Published On: Tue, Aug 25th, 2015

Randolph Times Public Notices 8.26.15

NOTICE OF MEETING

The regular meeting of the Randolph City Council will be held on Wednesday, September 02, 2015, 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, September 3, 2015 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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VILLAGE OF BELDEN

REGULAR BOARD MEETING

June 8, 2015

The Board of Trustees of the Village of Belden met in regular session on June 8, 2015, at the library building. Meeting was called to order at 7 p.m. by Chairman Wobbenhorst.

MEMBERS PRESENT: Campbell, Huetig, Patefield, Wobbenhorst, Stapelman

MEMBERS ABSENT: None

VISTORS PRESENT: Jerry Gross

Janice explained that Village Clerk Larry Alderson could not be present, but had provided all of the necessary reports. Cathy volunteered to take notes for him for the minutes.

One correction was made to last month’s minutes. Malerie Hixson is the correct spelling of our Pool Manager’s name.

On motion the following bills were allowed:

ELECTRIC FUND:

33318 Cedar-Knox Public Power $46.92

33330Coleridge Welding (Repairs well house) $195.11

GENERAL FUND:

33305 U.S. Treasury (941—Fed) $317.48

33308 Northeast Nebraska News $81.37

33322 L.D. Alderson $382.95

33317 Cedar-Knox Public Power $53.58

33312 Source Gas $30.08

STREET FUND:

33303 Janice Wobbenhorst (supplies for sign) $63.88

33328 Citizens State Bank $300.00

33314 One Call Concepts $1.85

33320 Cedar-Knox Public Power $403.22

33323 Jerry Gross (labor) $820.07

33324 Grossenberg Implement $14.05

33327 Robert Patefield (labor) $180.00

33329 Belden VFD (volleyball net) $145.49

WATER FUND:

33207 Wau-Col Regional Water System $2,695.30

33306 DHHS Lab $15.00

33319 Cedar-Knox Public Power $53.01

33321 Patti Surber  Salary $161.67

SEWER FUND:

3325 D&D Lawn Care (4 mowings) $1,200.00

33326 Duane Krueger (June/July) $420.00

SANITATION:

33202 Key Sanitation LLC $721.08

POOL AND PARK FUND:

33324 Malerie Hixson $521.08

33310 Eastern NE Telephone $97.92

33311 Source Gas Dist. LLC $25.10

33309 Arnold Pool Co. $1,165.64

33313  In The Swim (pool supplies) $171.93

33315 Laurel true Value  $127.38

Chair Reported Balance on Hand, as provided by clerk.

Janice reported that we have received a donation for the swimming pool in Memory of Meryl Seyl. He was a graduate of Belden HS and lived in California. His family made this donation in his memory because of his fond memories of the pool.

Brad reported that Dennis Sothan got the tree cleaned up for us at the swimming pool.

Board discussed the work accomplished this past month by Jerry Gross. Things are starting to look pretty good in town. Work accomplished included: hanging all of the town’s new “Welcome to Belden” banners, painting the welcome to Belden sign and appling new letters, painting swimming pool soffets and trim, painting flag poles, painting fire hydrants, painting the park benches, cleaning the brush from the ditch where the Q125 parade will begin, painting the bridge on the south end of main street, clearing the brush at the walking bridges and painting the handrails, etc. Jerry was commended for doing a great job in helping us to get the town spruced up.

Jerry identified that the bridge near Ron Whipple’s house is in disrepair and not safe. He has placed caution tape there so that no one will use it. We discussed removing that walking bridge and will be looking into accomplishing that.

Jerry identified that the town tractor is too light which causes it to tip when loaded. This creates a safety hazard. He recommends wheel weights and/or fluid in the tires to help balance it out. Board will investigate options and correct.

Robert reported that the new volleyball net has been purchased. He is working on getting the court cleared of weeds and tilled and then will put the net up.

Brad expressed concern that the pool has not been open full time this summer. This was discussed and actions discussed to correct this for next year. Cathy identified that the pool will be open all of next week and for the free swim day on the 15th.

Board discussed past water bills and water consumption. Janice reported that she did get a lien put on the Hille property for the past due water bill. Janice reported that we had three water leaks this past month. One leak was on the Holloway property. This was corrected and the water meter pit that has been needed at that residence has now been installed as well as the needed curb stop, which we had previously been unable to locate. One leak was near the fire hydrant at Janice’s house and the other leaks was in the ditch near Jeannette Wobbenhorst’s house. Both were corrected and two new curb stops were added to solve missing curb stops at the location and separate lines.

Board discussed concerns from several residents about excessive vehicles and vehicles parked on streets that may interfere with traffic and snow removal. Janice will talk with Lance and residents about these concerns.

Janice reported that Duane Krueger would like to place a car port over where he parks his vehicles. Board discussed this request and reviewed the state statutes, ordinances, etc. and decided that at the time it is our finding that structures are not allowed on right-of-ways or within 40 feet of the street and should not be built.

Janice reported that the Liquor License had been approved for the Q125. Insurance also has been prepared. Jody moved and Brad seconded authorization to pay for the insurance for the Q125. Ayes— all. Nayes— None.

Janice reported that the newspaper is doing a special insert on Belden’s Q125. They asked if we were doing proclamation. Janice presented a proclamation which the board agreed sounded good.

Larry reports that the ordinance for the town on vicious dogs has been published.

No further business appearing, meeting was adjourned to the call of the Chairman.

Larry D. Alderson

Village Clerk

Janice Wobbenhorst

Chairman

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RANDOLPH BOARD OF EDUCATION

MINUTES OF REGULAR BOARD MEETING

8:00 P.M, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 2015

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 8:10 pm by Paul Schmit on August 17, 2015 with the following present:  Members: Paul Schmit, Tim Kint, Michael Strathman, Sandy Owens, Loren Haselhorst, Jim Scott, Superintendent Hoesing, Principal Miller, Principal Bazata  and Susan Lenhoff recording secretary.

President 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 Strathman and seconded by Kint to hereby determine that this meeting was preceded by published notice being published in the July 29th, 2015 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 Haselhorst to approve the regular meeting minutes of July 20th, 2015. On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.

Motion was made by Strathman and seconded by Owens to approve the August, 2015 claims. On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.

GENERAL FUND

Academic Superstore CREATIVE CLOUD 792.00; Vendor Total: 792.00

ACT FINANCE PLAN TESTING 450.00; Vendor Total: 450.00

American Legacy Publishing NE STUDIES WEEKLY 117.81; Vendor Total: 117.81

B&H PHOTO VIDEO 5 CAMERA 2,484.75; Vendor Total: 2,484.75

BARNHILL ENTERPRISES MUSIC SUPPLIES 120.91; Vendor Total: 120.91

BARONE SECURITY SYSTEMS BATTERIES 78.00; Vendor Total: 78.00

BERNER’S SERVICE FUEL 112.82; Vendor Total: 112.82

BYTESPEED, LLC 20 COMPUTERS 12,580.00; Vendor Total: 12,580.00

CABLE ONE MONTHLY FEES 11.28; Vendor Total: 11.28

CHEMSEARCH MONTHLY FEES 613.21; Vendor Total: 613.21

CITY OF RANDOLPH WATER,ELECTRICITY, SEWER,GARBAGE

4,652.07; Vendor Total: 4,652.07

CORNHUSKER INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS INC REPAIRS BUS 101.91; Vendor Total: 101.91

DAVIS, MELISSA MOTEL 386.72; Vendor Total: 386.72

EDUC SERVICE UNIT 1 NETWORK FEES MAPS ASSESSMENT 3,269.64; Vendor Total: 3,269.64

EDUC SERVICE UNIT 8 APEX LEARNING 896.43; Vendor Total: 896.43

FLOOR MAINTENANCE INC SUPPLIES 26.64; Vendor Total: 26.64

FRANCOTYP-POSTALIA INC POSTAGE 1,000.00; Vendor Total: 1,000.00

GECRB/AMAZON TEXT BOOKS 266.97; Vendor Total: 266.97

GUBBELS, RANDALL SCHOOL BUS PERMIT 7.50; Vendor Total: 7.50

HEARTLAND FIRE PROTECTION INC FIRE EXTINGUISHER INSPECTION 814.31; Vendor Total: 814.31

HOESING, JEFFERY MOTEL ROOMS 132.50; Vendor Total: 132.50

JIM’S FOOD CENTER FFA SUPPLIES 17.16; Vendor Total: 17.16

KEN’S BAND INSTRUMENT REPAIR REPAIRS 80.00; Vendor Total: 80.00

LEITING AUTO SUPPLY SUPPLIES 118.15; Vendor Total: 118.15

MARCO, INC. MONTHLY FEES 337.50; Vendor Total: 337.50

MCI TELEPHONE 37.75; Vendor Total: 37.75

MENARDS SUPPLIES 934.69; Vendor Total: 934.69

MIDWEST TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS WELDING HELMETS 181.72; Vendor Total: 181.72

NATIONAL ART & SCHOOL SUPPLIES INC. SUPPLIES 489.07; Vendor Total: 489.07

NEBR CO OF SCHL ADMINISTRATORS ADMINISTRATOR DAYS 430.00; Vendor Total: 430.00

NEBRASKA ASSOC OF SCHOOL BOARD BOARD WORKSHOP 697.96; Vendor Total: 697.96

NEFF COMPANY, THE GOLF BANNER 153.38; Vendor Total: 153.38

NORTHEAST NEBRASKA NEWS LEGAL ADS 759.57; Vendor Total: 759.57

NORTHWEST ELECTRIC REPAIRS 310.52; Vendor Total: 310.52

PATENT ELECTRIC INC REPAIRS 334.45; Vendor Total: 334.45

PAUL’S WELDING SUPPLIES 16.38; Vendor Total: 16.38

PERRY,GUTHERY, HAASE & GESSFOR LEGAL FEES 562.50; Vendor Total: 562.50

PETTY CASH TELEPHONE, SUPPLIES, WOOD CHIPS 683.32; Vendor Total: 683.32

PRESTO-X-COMPANY CONTRACTED SERVICES 102.11; Vendor Total: 102.11

QWEST/CENTURYLINK TELEPHONE 238.50; Vendor Total: 238.50

RANDOLPH FARM SUPPLY FUEL 5,780.11; Vendor Total: 5,780.11

RANDOLPH SCHOOL DEPRECIATION R TRANSFER FUNDS TO DEPRECIATION 200,000.00; Vendor Total: 200,000.00

REALLY GOOD STUFF INC TEACHING SUPPLIES 43.97; Vendor Total: 43.97

S&H TAX SERVICE 125 ADMIN FEES 126.00; Vendor Total: 126.00

SAM’S HARDWARE HANK SUPPLIES 129.79; Vendor Total: 129.79

SCHOLASTIC INC TEACHING SUPPLIES 738.02; Vendor Total: 738.02

SCHOOL SPECIALTY SUPPLY PRESCHOOL SUPPLIES 534.43; Vendor Total: 534.43

SCHOOLMATE HS PLANNERS 397.50; Vendor Total: 397.50

SOURCEGAS NATURAL GAS 493.13; Vendor Total: 493.13

VISA FUEL SUPPLIES, PRESCHOOL SUPPLIES 5,737.19; Vendor Total: 5,737.19

WATTIER’S TRUE VALUE SUPPLIES 135.12; Vendor Total: 135.12

WEST HODSON LUMBER CO BLEACHERS CLEAR COAT 799.96; Vendor Total: 799.96

Fund Total: 250,315.42

SCHOOL LUNCH/MILK FUND

HHS SERVICES–FOOD DISTRIBUTION PROGRAMS FOOD SUPPLIES 644.66; Vendor Total: 644.66

Fund Total: 644.66

BOND FUND

RANDOLPH SCHOOL DIST 45 TREA TRANSFER FUNDS TO GENERAL 87,000.00; Vendor Total: 87,000.00

Fund Total: 87,000.00

Motion was made by Kint and seconded by Scott in approving a General Fund transfer to the Depreciation Fund of $200,000: $40,000 for equipment, $75,000 for building improvements and $85,000 for vehicle replacement.   On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.

Motion was made by Strathman and seconded by Haselhorst in approving a Bond Fund transfer to the General Fund in the amount of $87,000.  On roll call vote motion carried 6-0.

K-6 Principal Miller, 7-12 Principal Bazata and Superintendent Hoesing gave their monthly reports to the board.

Meeting was adjourned at 10:04 pm.

Notice is hereby given that the next regular meeting of the Randolph Board of Education will be Monday, September 14th, 2015 The meeting will be held at the high school 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 17th day of August, 2015 which meeting was preceded by published notice.

Respectfully Submitted

Susan Lenhoff

Recording Secretary

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