Published On: Wed, Sep 14th, 2016

Randolph Times Public Notices 9.14.16

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
MEETING
SEPTEMBER 21, 2016
5:30-8:00PM
CITY AUDITORIUM
119 NORTH MAIN STREET
RANDOLPH, NEBRASKA 68771
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Omaha District and city of Randolph will hold a public meeting to provide an update on a flood risk management study and gather input on the draft feasibility report and integrated environmental assessment. The report includes details on the Corps’ preferred alternative of widening approximately 1.4 miles of the Middle Logan Creek channel and modifying six bridges to reduce flood threats to lives and property in the city of Randolph. The meeting will be open house with a brief formal presentation at 6:30 pm.
Copies of the report are available at the Randolph Public Library and the city administration building. An electronic link to the report will be provided at the public meeting on September 21st.
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NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF CEDAR COUNTY, NEBRASKA
Estate of Richard Backer, Deceased
Estate No. PR16-26
Notice is hereby given that, on Aug. 29th, 2016, in the County Court of Cedar County, Nebraska, Sandra Backer, whose address is 110 N. Cedar, P.O. Box 194, Randolph, Nebraska 68771, was appointed by the Court as Personal Representative of the Estate.
Creditors of this Estate must file their claims with this Court on or before Oct. 31st, 2016, or be forever barred.
Diane L. Sudbeck
Clerk of the County Court
Address of County Court:
Cedar County Court
P.O. Box 695
Hartington, NE 68739
Tracey L. Buettner, #22876
Stratton, DeLay, Doele, Carlson & Buettner, P.C., L.L.O.
Attorney’s at Law
P.O. Box 888
Norfolk, NE 68702-0888
(402) 371-3100
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VILLAGE of Belden
BOARD MEETING
September 6, 2016
The Board of Trustees of the Village of Belden met in regular session on September 6, 2016, at the library. Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Chairman Wobbenhorst.
MEMBERS PRESENT: Wobbenhorst, Stapelman, Huetig, Patefield, and J. Campbell
MEMBERS ABSENT: None
VISITORS PRESENT: None
Board reviewed the minutes of the last meeting. Motion to approve minutes by Stapelman, seconded by Huetig. Ayes: All Nayes: None
On motion, the following bills were allowed:
ELECTRIC FUND:
33684 Cedar Knox Public Power, $65.38
GENERAL FUND:
33670 USPS-Stamps, $48.78; 33685 NE Nebraska News, $66.92; 33686 Melissa Campbell (Salary& Ink) $299.93; 33687 Cedar-Knox Public Power, $35.73; 33688 True Value, $ 23.13; 33701 Downhome, $ 100.00
STREET FUND:
33699 Duane Krueger , $240.00; 33689 Citizens State Bank, $300.00; 33697 Cedar-Knox Public Power, $416.40; 33698 Chris Shultheis, $855.00; 33690 JEO, $280.50
WATER FUND:
33656 Gene Ohlrich (salary+postage-2 months), $333.84; 33691 Patti Surber (Salary), $161.67; 33692 Wau-Col Water System, $3,059.55; 33694 DHHS-Coliform Sample, $30.00; 33695 Cedar-Knox Public Power, $54.22; 33693 Plumbing and Electric Service, $3,093.84
SEWER FUND:
No Bills reported.
SANITATION FUND:
33696 Key Sanitation LLC, $754.93
POOL & PARK FUND:
33679 Cedar Knox PPD, $254.37; 33677 Source Gas, $5.87; 33639 Patricia Schulte, $1,127.59; 33671 Katelyn Cook, $835.77; 33672 Cade Linville, $247.04; 33673 Megan Fink, $18.47; 33676 Cathy Huetig, $60.00; 33678 Coca-Cola of Yankton, $179.50; 33680 Eastern Nebraska Telephone, $30.28; 33681 Eastern Nebraska Telephone, $55.47; 33682 Arnold Pool Company, $115.85; 33683 Belden Fire Dept., $151.23; 33700 Cathy Huetig, $600.00
Balance on Hand was reported.
Motion was moved by Patefield and seconded by Stapelman to pay the bills. Ayes: All Nayes: None
Water bills and usage was discussed this month.
Huetig reported that we have a $40 credit with In the Swim Company for next year’s pool season. The pool is drained and needs to be winterized. Campbell, J. and Patefield will winterize it.
Stapelman discussed the railroad crossing going out to the dump. He is burning the dump in the next few days.
Patefield talked about the new Operations Plan Book for Cedar County. He will also be taking down the volleyball net by October 1st.
Campbell reported on the budget for the new fiscal year. The special budget meeting will be held September 14th at 7:00pm.
A motion was moved by Huetig and seconded by Campbell, J. to discontinue using the services of Lance Carlson as our attorney. Ayes: All Nayes: None
It was moved by Stapelman and seconded by Patefield to use the services of Jeff Hrouda as our attorney. Ayes: All Nayes: None
Wobbenhorst reported that we are still working on getting the trees cut down by the pool. We are also waiting for the new tree grant.
A motion was made by Stapelman and seconded by Campbell, J. to enter into an agreement with Citizens State Bank with a loan of credit for emergency needs. Ayes: All Nayes: None
Campbell, J. will find out the cost for pulling the well for maintenance. It was moved by Patefield and seconded by Huetig to authorize Campbell, J. to have the well pulled as long as it doesn’t exceed $3,000. If it is more, Campbell, J. will come back to the board for another approval. Ayes: All Nayes: None
The village informed the gentleman that wanted to metal detect that the board is not interested in him doing it.
The board members read over the Resolution draft for the new fire hall between the Rural Fire Board and the Village of Belden. Wobbenhorst will have the attorney review it.
It was moved by Patefield and seconded by Stapelman to reimburse Huetig for supplies she bought for the pool and 30 hours of work.
No further business appearing.
Meeting was adjourned to the call of the Chairman. Motion by Stapelman, seconded by Patefield. Ayes: All Nayes: None
Next meeting is scheduled for October 4th at 7:00 pm.
Melissa Campbell
Village Clerk
Janice Wobbenhorst
Chairman
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CITY OF RANDOLPH
Minutes
September 7, 2016
The council convened in open session on Wednesday, September 7, 2016, at 6:30 p.m. in the council chambers. Notice was given in advance by publishing in the Randolph Times. Council acknowledged by Receipt of Notice. Present were Mayor Schutt, Councilmen Winkelbauer, Bargstadt, Lemmons, Wattier, City Attorney Carlson, Economic Development Director Van Meter, Chief of Police Greiner, City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer Backer, news reporter Deanna Anderson. Also present, Aaron Nielsen, Aaron Olson, Josh Rayford, Jim Schnoor, Scott Backhaus, Jason Schmit, Ken Berney with the Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District, and Gwyn Jarrett and Bradley Thompson with the US Army Corps of Engineers. Mayor Schutt advised those present of the location of the posted information regarding the Open Meetings Act.
Motion by Bargstadt, seconded by Winkelbauer to approve the minutes of August 3, 2016 and August 17, 2016. ROLL CALL YEAS: Wattier, Lemmons, Winkelbauer, Bargstadt NAYS: None
Motion by Wattier, seconded by Lemmons to approve the claims as submitted. ROLL CALL YEAS: Bargstadt, Winkelbauer, Lemmons, Wattier NAYS: None
GENERAL
Cedar Co. Register of Deeds, or 64.00
Quill, su 29.97
Northeast NE News Co, pu 527.75
Jim’s Food Center, su 29.80
Business Card, su 249.57
LARM, ins 8.77
Sam’s Hardware Hank, su 287.17
Appeara, se 151.74
Gross Payroll 7238.26
STREET
Berner’s, ga 1306.11
Backus Sand & Gravel, gr 147.00
Colonial Research, su 299.38
Grossenburg, eq le 600.00
Leiting Auto, su 359.99
Gross Payroll 5588.10
SEWER
Midwest Laboratories, wa wa te 246.00
JEO, en 41.00
Aeration Industries, su 1371.47
Gross Payroll 4373.60
WATER
Sellon’s Machine Shop, re 60.00
Cory’s Body & Paint, re 1707.64
Wahoo Heritage Inn, ed 71.53
NE Public Health Lab, wa te 83.00
Sargent Drilling, se 450.00
Gross Payroll 4508.56
MISCELLANEOUS
Source Gas, se 93.53
DC Communications, ld 15.52
Birch, ph 265.38
WiMac, ph 63.90
City of Randolph, ut 8314.31
ELECTRIC
Kriz-Davis, su 41.18
Dutton-Lainson, su 312.36
Lessman Electric, su 264.00
Rick Dominisse 16.00
Gross Payroll 6671.40
POLICE
Pronto, ga 31.69
Gross Payroll 4800.00
CEMETERY
Keith Fiscus, gr op 300.00
Gross Payroll 1145.25
LANDFILL
Cornhusker International, re 685.59
L.P. Gill, du 1457.82
Gross Payroll 585.00
POOL
Century Link, ph 7.13
Gross Payroll 5561.50
PARK
Flaghouse, su 143.84
Tri-State Turf, re 70.35
Gross Payroll 882.00
LIBRARY
Gross Payroll 3086.70
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Trent Brunssen, se 2500.00
Gross Payroll 2787.12
GOLF
Gross Payroll 6963.59
Motion by Bargstadt, seconded by Lemmons to approve claim of $347.52 submitted by Wattier’s True Value for supplies. ROLL CALL YEAS: Winkelbauer, Lemmons, Bargstadt NAYS: None ABSTAIN: Wattier
Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Winkelbauer to approve claim of $342.45 submitted by Randolph Farm Supply for gas. ROLL CALL YEAS: Wattier, Winkelbauer, Lemmons NAYS: None ABSTAIN: Bargstadt
Public hearing held at 6:45 p.m. to consider the 2016-2017 budget, budget summary, and special hearing to set final tax request. Clerk advised no opposition, criticism, suggestions or observations of taxpayers relating to the budget had been received either written or orally. Public hearing closed. Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Wattier to adopt the 2016-2017 budget as proposed. ROLL CALL YEAS: Winkelbauer, Bargstadt, Wattier, Lemmons NAYS: None
Councilman Bargstadt introduced Resolution 2016-05 and moved for adoption of same. Seconded by Wattier. ROLL CALL YEAS: Lemmons, Winkelbauer, Wattier, Bargstadt NAYS: None
RESOLUTION 2016-05
WHEREAS, Nebraska Revised Statute 77-1601.02 provides that the property tax request for the prior year shall be the property tax request for the current year for purposes of the levy set by the County Board of Equalization unless the Governing Body of the City of Randolph passes by a majority vote a resolution setting the tax request at a different amount; and

WHEREAS, a special public hearing was held as required by law to hear and consider comments concerning the property tax request; and

WHEREAS, it is in the best interests of the City of Randolph that the property tax request for the current year be a different amount than the property tax request for the prior year.

NOW, THEREFORE, the Governing Body of the City of Randolph, by a majority vote, resolves that:

1. The 2016-2017 property tax request be set at 0.449238 cents for the General Fund.
2. The 2016-2017 property tax request be set at 0.055812 cents for the Bond Fund.
3. The 2016-2017 property tax request be set at .165000 cents for the Fire Bond Fund.
4. A copy of this Resolution be certified and forwarded to the County Clerk on or before October 15, 2016.
PASSED AND APPROVED this 7th day of September, 2016
Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Winkelbauer to approve transfer of proprietary funds to bring all accounts current at end of present fiscal year. ROLL CALL YEAS: Bargstadt, Wattier, Winkelbauer, Lemmons Nays: None
Gwyn Jarrett and Bradley Thompson with the United States Army Corps of Engineers presented their draft for the Section 205 Integrated Feasibility Report and Environmental Assessment for Flood Risk Management. A public meeting will be held by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Omaha District and the City of Randolph on September 21, 2016 from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. This meeting will provide an update on a flood risk management study and gather input on the draft feasibility report and integrated environmental assessment. The Corps’ report includes details of their proposed method for flood plain mitigation along Middle Logan Creek. Copies of said report are available at the LIED Randolph Public Library and the office of the City Clerk. An electronic link to the report will be provided at the public meeting.
Park Board member Scott Backhaus inquired about process for memorial tree donation around the baseball field. No action taken.
Mayor Schutt presented resignation received from Heather Jackson as EMT and treasurer for the Randolph Rescue Squad. Motion by Bargstadt, seconded by Lemmons to accept resignation. ROLL CALL YEAS: Wattier, Winkelbauer, Lemmons, Bargstadt NAYS: None Mayor and council wish to express their appreciation for her dedicated service to the community.
Backer requested permission to place Welcome to Randolph signs on the city owned property east of town. Motion by Winkelbauer, seconded by Lemmons to approve placement of said signs on city property. ROLL CALL YEAS: Bargstadt, Wattier, Lemmons, Winkelbauer NAYS: None
Council reviewed application for placement of a propane tank at 703 South Main Street for Travis Gerdes and Kelsey Backer. Motion by Wattier, seconded by Lemmons to approve said application. ROLL CALL YEAS: Winkelbauer, Lemmons, Wattier NAYS: None ABSTAIN: Bargstadt
On behalf of Travis Gerdes, Backer requested permission to remove the fragmented sidewalk that runs north and south at 703 South Main Street, as it is not contiguous for one full side of the City block upon which the said sidewalk is located. Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Wattier to approve removal of said sidewalk. ROLL CALL YEAS: Winkelbauer, Bargstadt, Wattier, Lemmons NAYS: None
Department reports presented. Economic Development Director Van Meter shared his monthly report with the council. Van Meter updated the council on activity with zoning, grant availability, and progressions with the new city website. Van Meter will be attending a leadership program in Wayne in an effort to bring a more enhanced program to Randolph. Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Wattier, to publish Notice of Invitation to Submit Redevelopment Proposals to the City Administrator. ROLL CALL YEAS: Bargstadt, Winkelbauer, Wattier, Lemmons NAYS: None Chief Greiner presented monthly police report to the council. Backer informed the council that she had recently completed an online leadership program through the University of Nebraska at Lincoln.
Motion by Lemmons, seconded by Bargstadt to enter into executive session at 8:51 p.m. to discuss personnel. ROLL CALL YEAS: Wattier, Winkelbauer, Bargstadt, Lemmons NAYS: None Motion by Bargstadt, seconded by Wattier to adjourn executive session at 9:25 p.m. ROLL CALL YEAS: Lemmons, Winkelbauer, Bargstadt, Wattier NAYS: None No action taken.
With no further business to come before the board, motion by Lemmons, seconded by Wattier to adjourn. ROLL CALL YEAS: Winkelbauer, Bargstadt, Wattier, Lemmons NAYS: None
Kelsey Backer
City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer
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