Published On: Wed, Jan 27th, 2016

Wausa Gazette Public Notices 1.27.16

MEETING NOTICE

Wausa Rural Fire District will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 2 2016, at 8:00 p.m., in the Wausa Fire Hall.

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MEETING NOTICE

Lincoln Township will hold their monthly meeting at the Library at 8:00 p.m., on Feb. 1, 2016.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

ONE AND SIX YEAR KNOX 

COUNTY ROAD PROGRAM

Notice is hereby given that on Thursday, February 11, 2016, at 10:30 a.m. a public hearing will be held at the Knox County Courthouse, County Board Room, Center, Nebraska, for the purpose of explaining and hearing support or objections to the proposed One and Six Year Program for the County of Knox.

Kevin R. Barta

Knox County

Highway Superintendent

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WAUSA PUBLIC SCHOOL

Special Meeting – Annual Reorganization

January 18, 2016  8:00 p.m.

High School Library

Chairman Vanness called the Special Meeting to order at 8:00 p.m. with the following members present: Mike Kumm, Terry Johnson, Terry Nelson, Mark Dawson, Mike Kumm and Darren Vanness. Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

The motion was made by Terry Nelson and seconded by Mike Kumm to approve the agenda.

Ayes: D. Vanness, M. Kumm, T. Johnson, T. Nelson, M. Dawson, B. Wakeley.

Election of Officers was held.

Mike Kumm nominated Darren Vanness for Board President, seconded by Terry Johnson.

Ayes: M. Kumm, T. Johnson, T. Nelson, M. Dawson, B. Wakeley. Abstain:  Darren Vanness.

Motion was made by Terry Johnson, seconded by Brian Wakeley to nominate Mike Kumm as Vice President.

Ayes: D. Vanness, T. Johnson, T. Nelson, M. Dawson, B. Wakeley. Abstain:  Mike Kumm.

Motion was made by Terry Nelson, seconded by Mark Dawson to appoint Terry Johnson as Board Secretary, Jess Barta as Recording Secretory, and Nancy Erickson as District Treasurer.

Ayes: D. Vanness, M. Kumm, T. Nelson, M. Dawson, B. Wakeley.  Abstain:  Terry Johnson.

Mike Kumm made the motion, seconded by Terry Nelson, to leave all the Committees and members as is, with the addition of the Technology Committee. Members of the new technology committee are Mike Kumm-Chairman, Mark Dawson, & Terry Johnson.

Ayes: D. Vanness, M. Kumm, T. Johnson, T. Nelson, M. Dawson, B. Wakeley.

Americanism:  Mark Dawson-Chairman, Terry Nelson, Darren Vanness

Finance:  Terry Nelson-Chairman, Darren Vanness, Mark Dawson

Negotiations:  Mark Dawson-Chairman, Brian Wakeley, Terry Johnson

Future Planning:  Terry Johnson-Chairman, Darren Vanness, Mike Kumm

Technology:  Mike Kumm-Chairman, Mark Dawson, Terry Johnson

Activities:  Terry Nelson-Chairman, Terry Johnson, Brian Wakeley

Superintendent Evaluation:  Terry Johnson-Chairman, Mike Kumm, Darren Vanness

Building & Grounds:  Brian Wakeley-Chairman, Mike Kumm, Mark Dawson

District Treasurer:  Nancy Erickson

District Recording Secretary:  Jess Barta

Transportation:  Mike Kumm-Chairman, Brian Wakeley, Terry Nelson

Chairman Vanness adjourned the special meeting at 8:10 p.m.

Robert Marks

Recorder

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WAUSA BOARD OF EDUCATION

REGULAR MEETING MINUTES

January 18, 2016

Chairman Vanness called to order the regular meeting of the Wausa Board of Education at 8:11 p.m.  A motion to adopt the agenda was made by Terry Johnson and seconded by Terry Nelson.

Aye: Darren Vanness, Mike Kumm, Terry Johnson, Terry Nelson, Mark Dawson, Brian Wakeley.

Chairman Vanness asked for a motion to approve the special and regular minutes from the December meetings. A motion was made by Mark Dawson and seconded by Brian Wakeley to approve minutes from the special and regular meetings in December of 2015.

Ayes: D. Vanness, M. Kumm, T. Johnson, T. Nelson, M. Dawson, B. Wakeley.

Deanna Anderson was the only guest present.

Treasurer’s Report:

General Fund Receipts:

NASB Medicaid Consortium, 1,734.71; Preschool Tuition, 1,325.00; Pierce County Treasurer, 29,229.06; State of Nebraska, 3,245.35; Commercial State Bank, 107.37; EMC Ins, 470.00; Village of Wausa, 840.00; Knox County Treasurer, 243,856.11; Cedar County Treasurer, 145,711.36; Total, $426,518.96

General Fund Disbursements:

Postmaster, 816.50; Michael Anderson, 37.50; Josh Barney, 3,484.40; Barnhill Piano Service, 170.00; Big Red Mini Mart, 356.66; Jordan Burns, 140.00; Carlson Home & Auto, 415.15; Cedar Knox PPD, 2,805.06; CHS, 1,058.98; Classic Carpet Care/Rental, 15.19; Jamie Clausen, 1,837.50; Austin Conn, 140.00; Creighton Public School, 898.96; Cheryl Dawson, 100.00; Elan Financial Services, 130.30; FirstComp, 497.00; Craig Frerichs, 391.40; Great Plains Communications, 17,791.80; Hefner True Value, 239.99; Hillyard, 2,087.76; Hometown Leasing, 1,321.01; Houghton Mifflin, 15,654.15; K/V Electric, 244.64; Key Sanitation, 173.00; Kyle Kleinschmit, 210.00; Jessica Kristensen, 100.00; Main Street Grocery, 294.58; Matheson Tri-Gas Inc, 37.66; Menards, 188.93; Mutual of Omaha, 485.59; NE Nebraska News Co, 164.16; Olson’s Pest Technicians, 90.00; Perry, Guthery, Haase & Gessford, 280.00; Peter’s Hardware, 181.91; Rasmussen Mechancial Services, 3,001.92; Ray’s Lawn Care & Repair, 157.30; Roger’s Auto, 1,354.57; Safety-Kleen Systems, 424.08; Sheehan Straregic Solutions, 1,565.00; SourceGas, 5,470.21; TASC, 120.00; Craig Timmerman, 449.50; U.S. Toy Co/Constructive Playthings, 473.95; Viking Lumber, 6.58; Village of Waua, 1,475.71; Total, $67,338.60

Building Fund Disbursement:

Rasmussen Mechancial Service, $37,204.00

Financial reports were presented starting with the treasurer’s report. A motion was made by Mike Kumm and seconded by Terry Nelson to approve the treasurer’s report for January 18, 2016.

Ayes: D. Vanness, M. Kumm, T. Johnson, T. Nelson, M. Dawson, B. Wakeley.

Mr. Marks reviewed the claims for approval for the January 18th meeting. The motion was made by Terry Nelson and seconded by Terry Johnson to approve all claims as presented.

Ayes: D. Vanness, M. Kumm, T. Johnson, T. Nelson, M. Dawson, B. Wakeley.

Mr. Marks presented the activities financial report.

Mr. Hoesing and Mr. Marks presented administrative reports. Mr. Hoesing reported on school activities, followed by his principal report. Mr. Marks gave his superintendent report. Building and grounds preparations for summer projects need to get underway. The Building and Grounds committee will meet to go over regular repair requests presented by staff and custodial sometime in April. Legislation to cap % of increase for land value each year is underway, as well as cap on reserves, and a limit on budget increase. Monday, February 15th will be the next regular scheduled board meeting. Mr. Marks covered Rule 10 requirements for minimum number of courses for Rule 10 compliance.

Discussion was held concerning the Elementary Principal Position.

The motion was made by Terry Johnson and seconded by Brian Wakeley to amend the contract for Tish Hennings for the 2016-17 year to include Pre K – 8 elementary principal at a fte of .75.

Ayes: D. Vanness, M. Kumm, T. Johnson, T. Nelson, M. Dawson, B. Wakeley.

The motion was made by Mike Kumm and seconded by Mark Dawson to approve purchase of a 2013, 42 passenger bus with undercarriage storage for a price of $69,000 from American Bus Sales.

Ayes: D. Vanness, M. Kumm, T. Johnson, T. Nelson, M. Dawson, B. Wakeley.

The next meeting will be February 15, 2016 at 8:00 p.m. in the high school principal’s office.

Chairman Vanness adjourned the meeting at 9:00 p.m.

Robert Marks

Minutes Recorder

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VILLAGE OF WAUSA

PUBLIC HEARING

January 4, 2016

The One & Six Year Street Improvement Plan Public Hearing was called to order Monday, January 4, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. by Chairman Schumacher. Board members present: Burns, Clausen, Nelson, and Schumacher. Absent: Seagren. City employees present: Bloomquist, Callahan, Kleinschmit, and Albrecht.

Chairman Schumacher stated the Open Meetings Act is posted in the Village Clerk’s office.

The hearing was declared open.

A One & Six year Street Improvement Plan and public hearings are required to get our share of Highway Allocation funds. The projects listed are not necessarily projects that have to be done but it is required to have a plan. Some towns use it as a wish list.

The projects in the One & Six Year Street Improvement Plan were reviewed.

There were no comments from the public.

The Resolution, to accept the One & Six Year Street Improvement Plan as prepared, was read by Chairman Schumacher.

It was moved by Seagren and seconded by Nelson to adopt the Resolution as prepared. Ayes: Schumacher, Burns, Nelson, and Seagren. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

The Hearing adjourned at 7:45 p.m. with a motion by Burns and seconded by Nelson. Ayes: Seagren, Schumacher, Nelson, and Burns. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

Karen Kleinschmit, Clerk

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VILLAGE OF WAUSA

TOWN HALL MEETING

January 4, 2016

The Village of Wausa Town Hall meeting was called to order Monday, January 4, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. by Chairman Schumacher. Board members present: Burns, Seagren, Nelson, and Schumacher. Absent: Clausen. City employees present: Bloomquist, Callahan, Kleinschmit, and Albrecht. Also present: Arlynd Johnson, Carolyn Hall, Dianna Beaman, Dawn Friedrich, Kelly Clausen, Jamie Clausen, Bruce Murdock, and Dan Schlote.

Chairman Schumacher stated the Open Meetings Act is posted in the Village Clerk’s office.

Lowell Schroeder of Northeast Economic Development District (NENEDD) and Megan Hanefeldt, Knox County Economic Development Director were introduced and Lowell Schroeder went over the highlights of the Community Attitude Survey results. Return results were good.

The survey is the first step for applying for the Downtown Revitalization grant. The next step is a strategic plan. Schroeder said he will now prepare a short survey to get input from individual businesses. Schroeder explained the grant further and will also be working with Megan Hanefelt on the grant. Phase 1 is the Pre-Development application and Phase II is the project implementation application.

The meeting adjourned at 7:24 p.m. with a motion by Burns and seconded by Nelson. Ayes: Seagren, Schumacher, Nelson, and Burns. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

Karen Kleinschmit, Clerk

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VILLAGE OF WAUSA

REGULAR MEETING MINUTES

January 4, 2016

The regular meeting of the Village of Wausa Board of Trustees was called to order Monday, January 4, 2016 at 7:46 p.m. by Chairman Schumacher. Board members present: Schumacher, Burns, Seagren and Nelson. Absent: Clausen. City employees present: Bloomquist, Callahan, Kleinschmit, and Albrecht. Also present: Bruce Murdock and Dianna Beaman.

Chairman Schumacher stated the Open Meetings Act is posted in the Village Clerk’s office.

It was moved by Nelson and seconded by Seagren to accept the resignation of Bryan Knox from the Planning Commission. Ayes: Burns, Schumacher, Nelson, and Seagren. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried. It was moved by Nelson and seconded by Burns to approve the appointment of Bruce Murdock to the Planning Commission. Ayes: Schumacher, Seagren, Nelson, and Burns. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

Employee Reports: Utility Superintendent Bloomquist said they need new rear tires for the plow truck. He received a letter from our street sweeper crew out of Wisner, and they are trying to sell their business. They have been having problems with the communications at the well house. HOA Solutions will be working on that soon. It controls the tower and the McLean and Magnet pit. It will be the Village’s expense.

Marshal Callahan reported that he was going to order a couple of new tires on the police vehicle. Auditorium: Gladys Erickson reported that she is capable of continuing taking care of the auditorium at this time. The Board said they have been doing great. The city guys said they will help out as much as they can with the snow removal.

The minutes of the December 7, 2015 regular meeting were approved with a motion by Burns and seconded by Seagren. Ayes: Schumacher, Nelson, Seagaren, and Burns. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

The treasurer’s report was approved with a motion by Seagren and seconded by Nelson. Ayes: Burns, Schumacher, Seagren, and Nelson. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

The following bills were reviewed:

Great Plains Comm., 431.71; Source Gas, 762.22; Cedar-Knox PPD, 3,825.38; MCI, 35.05; Wausa Gazette, 246.84; Canon Solutions, 84.59; Carlson Law Office, 450.00; NE Public Health Environmental Lab., 33.00; Telebeep Wireless, 17.11; NE Dept. of Revenue, 798.40; Servi-Tech Inc., 117.65; Midwest Radar, 40.00; IIMC, 155.00; US Postal Service, 115.00; Barco Municipal Products, 115.25; NENEDD, 42.00; OK Concrete, 245.00; Wausa Lockers, 250.00; JEO Consulting Group, 1,000.00; Muncipal Supply, 2,715.17; Health Insurance, 3,564.25; Salaries, 15,128.67, Payroll Taxes, 3,926.69; NWOD, 15.00; Knox County Development, 1,908.00; Wausa Public School, 840.00; State Treasurer of NE, 78.57; Roger’s Auto, 234.25; Viking Lumber, 3.56; Bloomquist Plumbing & Elec., 200.00; CHS, 272.81; Peters Hardware, 44.69; Big Red Mini Mart, 107.95; Key Sanitation, 4,036.75; Wausa Solid Waste Reserve, 95.75; Madison National Life, 46.51

It was moved by Nelson and seconded by Seagren that these bills be paid. Ayes: Schumacher, Burns, Seagren, and Nelson. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

It was moved by Burns and seconded by Nelson to make 2015 IRA contributions of Albrecht $1,440.00, Bloomquist $1,860.00, Kleinschmit $1,200.00, and Callahan $1,500.00. Ayes: Seagren, Schumacher, Nelson, and Burns. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

It was moved by Seagren and seconded by Burns to administer a NACO Deductible Buy-Down agreement to reimburse the employee/dependents their deductible costs over $1,000.00/$2,000.00 for Employee/Dependents insured under the NACO Benefits Services Group Health Insurance Plan. Ayes: Nelson, Schumacher, Burns, and Seagren. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

Correspondence: The Wausa Public School shooter inservice is January 20. NDOR invited the Village to a meeting January 19 in Columbus.

The meeting adjourned at 8:12 p.m. with a motion by Seagren and seconded by Burns. Ayes: Nelson, Schumacher, Burns, and Seagren. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

The next regular meeting will be Monday, February 1, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. in the Municipal Office.

A current agenda is kept for inspection and all meetings are open to the public.

Karen Kleinschmit, Clerk

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