Published On: Wed, Aug 24th, 2016

Randolph Times Public Notices 8.24.16

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, September 1, 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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MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETING
BOARD OF EDUCATION
8:00 P.M, MONDAY AUGUST 15. 2016
BOARD MEMBERS
Paul Schmit, Presiding Officer
Tim Kint, Vice President
Sandy Owens, Secretary-Board of Education
Jim Scott
Michael Strathman
Loren Haselhorst
Superintendent of Schools
Jeff Hoesing
The August meeting of the Randolph School Board met on Monday, August 15, 2016 with the following present:  Members: Sandy Owens, Michael Strathman, Tim Kint, Loren Haselhorst, Paul Schmit.  Supt. Jeff Hoesing, Principal Mary Miller, Principal Dennis Bazata, Angie Steffen of the Randolph Times and Susan Lenhoff recording secretary.  Absent and excused was Jim Scott.
President, Paul Schmit announced and informed the public that a current copy of the open meetings act is posted on the north wall of the meeting room.
The Regular meeting of Randolph Board of Education was called to order at 8:03 pm by President Paul Schmit.
Motion was made by Haselhorst and seconded by Owens to hereby determine that this meeting was preceded by published notice being published in the July 27th, 2016 Randolph Times and is hereby duly convened in open session.  On roll call vote motion carried 5-0.
Motion was made by Kint and seconded by Strathman to approve the regular meeting minutes of July 18, 2016.  On roll call vote motion carried 5-0.
Motion was made by Haselhorst and seconded by Owens to approve the August, 2016 claims and accounts.  On roll call vote motion carried 5-0.
Motion was made by Strathman and seconded by Kint  in approving a General Fund transfer to the Depreciation Fund of $120,000.00; $10,000 for equipment, $60,000 for building improvements and $50,000 for vehicle replacements.  On roll call vote  motion carried 5-0.
Monthly administrative reports were given.
Meeting was adjourned at 8:52 pm.
Notice is hereby given that the next regular board meeting of the Randolph Board of Education will be Monday, September 12th, 2016 at 8:00 p.m.  There will be a Hearing to adopt the 2016-17 Budget, followed by the Hearing to Set the 2016-17 Final Tax Request, followed by the regular meeting.  The hearings and meetings will be held at the high school board room and are 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 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 the hearings and regular board meeting of the Randolph Board of Education, held in open session at Randolph, Nebraska on the 15th day of August, 2016 which meeting was preceded by published notice.
Respectfully Submitted
Susan Lenhoff
Recording Secretary
GENERAL FUND
Academic Superstore CREATIVE CLOUD, 792.00; ACT FINANCE STATE TESTING, 474.00; AMERICAN TIME & SIGNAL CO CLOCK MOTOR, 130.80; Anderson, Brooke MILEAGE TO COACHES CLINIC, 52.20; BAZATA, DENNIS FUEL, 24.15; BERNER’S SERVICE FUEL, 151.83; BROWN & SAENGER INC. SUPPLIES, 2,710.07; Bullseye Fire Protection, Inc. FIRE SPRINKLER INSPECTION, 240.00;  CABLE ONE MONTHLY FEES 11.28, CABLE ONE MONTHLY FEES, 5.64; CABLE ONE MONTHLY FEES, (11.28); CHEMSEARCH MONTHLY FEES, 613.21; CITY OF RANDOLPH WATER,SEWER,GARBAGE, ELECTRICITY, 7,037.57; CORNHUSKER INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS INC,  REPAIRS BUS 4, 1,873.04; DECKER EQUIPMENT SUPPLIES, 123.96; ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, INC. REPAIRS BOILER ROOM, 312.00; FLAMING, CRAIG MILEAGE, 35.60; GECRB/AMAZON SUPPLIES, 150.93; GLASS EDGE INC ELEMENTARY DOOR, 419.00; Gophers Sport SUPPLIES, 197.03; GUBBELS, RANDALL SCHOOL BUS PERMIT ,7.50; HOSKINS MFG. CO., INC. TEACHING SUPPLIES, 1,137.55; IXL LEARNING SITE LICENSE, 2,025.00; JIM’S FOOD CENTER CLEANING SUPPLIES, 5.76; JIM’S FOOD CENTER TEACHING SUPPLIES, 177.06; K & G CONSTRUCTION REHANG CEILINGS, 1,764.42; KOOI COMMUNICATIONS TECH REPAIRS, 140.50; LEITING AUTO SUPPLY SUPPLIES, 56.96; Love Signs SIGN, 515.00; MAIN STREET FLOWERS FLOWERS FUNERAL, 129.83; MARCO, INC. CONTRACTED SERVICES, 337.50; MATHESON TRI-GAS INC. TEACHING SUPPLIES, 15.96; MCGRAW-HILL SCHOOL EDUCATION HOLDINGS, LLC EARLY INTERVENTION MATERIALS, 2,086.00; MCI TELEPHONE, 82.12; MENARDS – YANKTON CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 6.98; MENARDS CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES, 302.98; NCSA AD MIN DAYS, 215.00; NE SAFETY CENTER @UNK PUPIL TRANSPORTATION COURSE, 75.00; NORTHEAST NEBRASKA NEWS LEGAL ADS, 774.91; PAPER101 PAPER, 1,099.20; PERRY,GUTHERY, HAASE & GESSFOR LEGAL FEES, 300.00; PETTY CASH LICENSE, TRUMPET, 90.00; PRESTO-X-COMPANY CONTRACTED SERVICES, 102.11; QWEST ETHERNET, 962.55; QWEST TELEPHONE, 329.34; RANDOLPH FARM SUPPLY FUEL CONTRACT, 4,429.80; RANDOLPH FARM SUPPLY FUEL, 309.44; RANDOLPH POST PROM LANYARDS, 48.00; RANDOLPH SCHOOL DEPRECIATION R TRANSFER FUNDS, 120,000.00; S&H TAX SERVICE 125 ADMIN COSTS, 130.20; SAM’S HARDWARE HANK CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES – REQUISITIONS, 415.97; SCHOLASTIC INC TEACHING SUPPLIES, 1,106.66; SCHOOL SPECIALTY TEACHING SUPPLIES 53.29; SCHOOLMATE PLANNERS 697.50; SHEEHAN STRATEGIC SOLUTIONS, LLC TRAINING 1,715.00; SHIFFLER EQUIPMENT SALES INC CHAIRS REPAIRS 1,077.51; SHIFFLER EQUIPMENT SALES INC SUPPLIES 35.15; SOURCEGAS NATURAL GAS 497.40; STUBBS, TED SUPPLIES 27.23; STUDIES WEEKLY PUBLICATIONS TEACHING SUPPLIES 130.90; Subscription Services of America SUBSCRIPTIONS 98.85; TRANE U.S. INC. REPAIRS STUBBS ROOM 1,286.90; TRANE U.S. INC. REPAIRS HS BOILERS 1,001.69; USI INC TEACHING SUPPLIES 44.80; VISA MOTEL, BENCH, SUPPLIES 1,061.46; WATTIER’S TRUE VALUE SUPPLIES 523.68; WINNER’S CIRCLE MEDALS 175.72; Fund Total: 162,949.41
DEPRECIATION RESERVE FUND
JOHNSON CONTROLS PROJECT A & B, 7,486.90; MILLER PAINTING & DECORATING, INC. PAINTING WEST & CHURCH PARKING LOT, 8,400.00; Fund Total: 15,886.90
BUILDING FUND
JOHNSON CONTROLS PROJECT C PAYMENT 5 & 6, 12,057.42; Fund Total: 12,057.42
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