Published On: Fri, Apr 29th, 2016

Randolph Times Public Notices 4.27.16

NOTICE OF MEETING

The regular meeting of the Randolph City Council will be held on Wednesday, May 4, 2016, at 6:30 p.m. at the City Office.  An agenda is kept current in the city office for public inspection.

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PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE

In accordance with Section 84-1408 through 84-1414, Nebraska Rev. Stat., the Wau-Col Regional Water System – Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District will hold a Public Meeting on Thursday, May 5, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at the Belden Library; Belden, Nebraska. An agenda of the items to be considered at such time and place is kept continually current and available for public inspection during normal business hours at the Lower Elkhorn NRD, 601 East Benjamin, Norfolk, NE.

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NOTICE TO BIDDERS

The Cedar County Commissioners will receive and open bids on May 10, 2016, at 10:00 a.m. in the Cedar County Commissioners Room for the purchase of the following:

One New 2015/2016 Triple-Axle Belly Dump Trailer

Specifications and information can be obtained from the Cedar County Road Superintendent’s Office, Hartington, Nebraska or call 402-254-7309.

Bids must be placed in a sealed envelope and plainly marked “Belly Dump Trailer Sealed Bid”.  The bids must be turned into the Cedar County Clerk’s Office on or before 10:00 a.m., May 10, 2016.

Cedar County District #1 Commissioner

Terry Pinkelman

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NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION

Of

DI Services, LLC

This company has been organized for the purpose of participating in the insurance industry, engaging in the marketing and sales of insurance products, and to carry out any lawful business that an organization may conduct under the Nebraska Uniform Limited Liability Company Act.

The registered agent of the company is Keelan Holloway and the address of the registered agent is 108 Oak Street, Laurel, Nebraska, 68745.  The address of the initial designated office is 111 S. Douglas Street, Randolph, Nebraska, 68771.

The company was commenced on December 8, 2015 and the company has perpetual existence.

The affairs of the company are to be conducted by its members.

Keelan Holloway, #24681

Monson & Holloway Law Offices

108 Oak Street

Laurel, Nebraska 68745

(402) 256-3219

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MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETING

BOARD OF EDUCATION

8:00 P.M, MONDAY, APRIL 18, 2016

BOARD MEMBERS

Paul Schmit, Presiding Officer

Tim Kint, Vice President

Sandy Owens, Secretary-Board of Education

Loren Haselhorst

Jim Scott

Michael Strathman

Superintendent of Schools

Jeff Hoesing

The regular meeting of the Randolph Board of Education was called to order at 8;04 pm by Paul Schmit on April 18, 2016 with the following present:  Members: Paul Schmit, Tim Kint, Jim Scott, Michael Strathman, Sandy Owens and Loren Haselhorst, Superintendent Hoesing, Principal Bazata, Angie Zach, Randolph patrons and Susan Lenhoff recording secretary.  Absence and excused was Principal Miller.

Paul Schmit announced and informed the public that a current copy of the open meetings act is posted in the Board room.

Motion was made by Haselhorst and seconded by Owens to hereby determine that this meeting was preceded by published notice being published in the March 30, 2016 Randolph Times and is hereby duly convened in open session.  On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.

Motion was made by Scott and seconded by Kint to approve the regular meeting minutes of March 21, 2016. On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.

Motion was made by Strathman and seconded by Haselhorst to approve the April, 2016 claims. On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.

General Fund

Access Elevator Inc., Elementary Lift Repairs, 14,773.50; Appeara, Supplies 335.32; Barnhill Enterprises, Repairs, 85.00; Berner’s Service, Fuel, 316.27; Cable One, Monthly Fees, 11.28; Chemsearch, Contracted Services, 613.21; City Of Randolph, Water, Sewer, Electricity, Garbage, 4,818.65; Conference Technologies, Inc., Projector, 563.35; D & L Towing And Recovery, LLC., Towing Bus, 440.00; Davis, Melissa Meals, 55.10; Educ Service Unit 1, Third Quarter Billing, 28,528.57; Glass Edge Inc, Aluminum Closer, 189.00; Heartland Communications, Switch and GBIC Modules Elem, 1,757.76; Jim’s Food Center, Supplies, 181.60; Jostens – JMB Recognition, Honors Cords, 129.20; Jostens, Diploma 21.57; JW Pepper & Sons Inc, Teaching Supplies, 19.49; Korth, Randy, Bus Permits, 20.00; Leiting Auto Supply, Supplies, 261.86; Lookout Books, Books, 247.90; Main Street Flowers, Flowers, 35.00; Marco, Inc., Contracts, 4,329.68; MCI, Telephone, 33.31; Menards, Supplies, 138.81; Meyer, Susan, Copies And Hours, Contest, Concert, 867.01; Midwest Music Center Inc, Repairs, 85.00; Midwest Symposium For Leadership In Behavior Disorders Inc., Conference, 155.00; Nebraska Dept Of Labor, Boiler Inspections, 72.00; Nebraska Journal Leader, Thank You, 15.90; Nebraska/Central Equip Inc, Repairs Bus #9, 25.01; Northeast Comm College, HAL 8th Grade Student Assessment, 225.00; Northeast Nebraska News, Legal Ads, 162.70; Paul’s Welding, Supplies, 13.30; Peitz GMC Service Inc, Repairs Water Pump, 286.80; Perry, Guthery, Haase & Gessfor, Legal Fees, 390.00; Petty Cash, Music Fees, Supplies 537.16; Presto-X-Company, Contracted Services, 102.11; Qwest/Centurylink, Telephone, 327.04; Randolph Farm Supply, Fuel, 1,152.34; Randolph Hot Lunch, Reimbursement, 457.40; Renaissance Learning Inc, AR Renewal, 5,310.85; S&H Tax Service 125, Admin Costs, 130.20; Sam’s Hardware Hank, Supplies, 176.53; SourceGas, Natural Gas, 5,113.38; Stadium Sporting Goods, HAL T-Shirts, 136.25; Thompson Co., The, Supplies, 1,229.61; Visa, Postage, Supplies, Software, 807.13; Wattier’s True Value, Custodial Supplies, 90.52; West Boyd Schools, Speech Judge Expense, 200.00; West Hodson Lumber Co, Loft Expense, 45.11

Depreciation Reserve Fund

Johnson Controls, Refrofit, 4,345.00; Fund Total: 4,345.00

School Lunch/Milk Fund

Appeara, Supplies, 239.75; Culligan Water, Salt, 44.18; Earthgrains Baking Co’s Inc., Food Supplies, 140.76; HHS Services–Food Distribution Programs, Food Supplies, 1,378.49; Hiland Dairy, Food, 942.92; Jim’s Food Center, Food, 791.38; Pegler Sysco, Food, 1,997.09; Thompson Co., The, Food, 812.41; Fund Total: 6,346.98

Motion was made by Haselhorst and seconded by Kint to set the lunch prices for the 2016-2017 school year $2.60 for elementary lunches, $2.95 for high school lunches, Breakfast for K-12 will be $2.30.  Adult breakfast will be $3.00; adult lunch will be $4.30.  Ala Carte items will be $1.00.  On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.

Motion was made by Strathman and seconded by Schmit in approving the list of extra-duty sponsors, as presented for the 2016-2017 school year.  On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.

Angie Zach, 7-12 Resource teacher introduced herself to the Board and presented to them Randolph SPED program.

7-12 Principal Bazata and Superintendent Hoesing gave their monthly reports to the board.

President Paul Schmit declared the meeting adjourned at 9:45 pm.

Notice is hereby given that the next regular board meeting of the Randolph Board of Education will be Monday, May 16th, 2016 at 8:00 p.m.   The regular meeting will be held at the high school board room and is open to the public.  An agenda is kept continually current and is available for public inspection in the Superintendent’s Office during regular office hours.

I, the undersigned, the duly qualified and acting Recording Secretary of the Randolph Board of Education, Randolph, Nebraska, hereby certify that the attached and foregoing minutes are a true and correct copy of a meeting of the Randolph Board of Education, held in open session at Randolph, Nebraska on the 18th day of April, 2016 which meeting was preceded by published notice.

Respectfully Submitted

Susan Lenhoff

Recording Secretary

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