Published On: Wed, Feb 1st, 2017

Wausa Gazette Public Notices 2.1.17

PROCEEDINGS OF THE KNOX COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
A regular meeting of the Knox County Board of Supervisors was held in the Boardroom at the Knox County Courthouse in Center, Nebraska on the date of January 26, 2017 at 9:30 a.m.  Present were Supervisors Martin J. O’Connor District #1, Patrick J. Liska District #2, Virgil H. Miller District #3, James Sokol, Jr. District #4, Kevin D. Mackeprang District #5 and Danny R. Schlote District #6.  Absent was Supervisor James J. Borgmann District #7.  Chairman Sokol, Jr. presiding.
Supr. Miller led the Board in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Chairman Sokol, Jr. announced to the public that a copy of the Public Open Meeting Act was posted in the Boardroom.
Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by publication in the Wausa Gazette newspaper, as shown by the Affidavit of Publication attached to these minutes.
Notice of this meeting was simultaneously given to all members and a copy of their acknowledgment and receipt of notice and agenda is attached to these minutes.  All proceedings hereafter shown were taken while the convened meeting was opened to the attendance of the public.
Chairman Sokol, Jr. approved the January 10, 2017 meeting minutes as read with the correction that the minutes were approved by Chairman Sokol, Jr. and that special meeting/quorum meeting notices be published in both the Niobrara Tribune and Wausa Gazette.
Correspondence reviewed was: 1. Letter from Pathways Shelter For The Homeless thanking Knox County for a donation; 2. Northeast Nebraska RC & D 2016 Annual Report; 3. Letter from Sheriff Henery thanking Custodian Brandon Peters and Deputy County Clerk Rhonda Surface for painting the floors and walls in the various parts of the Knox County Jail.
Claims totaling $37,639.29 were allowed subject to delinquent personal taxes.
Sheriff Henery requested the Buildings and Grounds Committee to view his proposed booking area after the meeting.
Chairman Sokol, Jr. moves the Board recess at 10:00 a.m. for Board of Equalization.
The Knox County Board of Supervisors reconvened at 10:29 a.m. with all members.  Supr. Borgmann had arrived at 10:24 a.m. during Board of Equalization.
Hwy. Supt. Barta met with the Board on the following: 1. The Board reviewed the Knox County Shop Inspection List compiled after the inspections held on January 23; 2. Discussed repairs on District #2 CAT 140M motorgrader; 3.
The 1999 Sterling gravel truck is at the Center Yard and will be inspected by NIRMA representative Pete Eiden to see if it is totaled or what the options would be if it can be repaired; 4. Discussed new snow truck; 5. Personnel update on temporary reassignment of blading road duties; 6. The One and Six Year Road Hearing will be held on February 9; 7. Due to road and bridge employees pushing snow, the road/bridge employees’ job evaluations will be held at the February 9 meeting; 8.  CPR and First Aid training will be held on February 28 and March 1; 9. Hwy. 84 will be reconstructed between Center and Bloomfield in 2017 and between Center and Verdigre in 2018; 10. The Board went into executive session at 10:43 a.m. so as to protect the reputation of individuals while discussing personnel.  Chairman Sokol, Jr. reiterated that the executive session will be held so as to protect the reputation of individuals while discussing personnel.  The Board came out of executive session at 10:57 a.m.; 11.  The Board closed the executive session that was held on personnel.  Derek  Cunningham and Jennifer Bollich were appointed to the Knox County Extension Board.
Zoning Administrator Doerr met with the Board on the following: 1. The December 2016 Permits Report, the 2016 Yearly Permits Report and Yearly Fee and Valuation Summary were placed on file; 2. 2016 was one of the slowest years for zoning permits issued since 2007; 3. Hideaway Acres and Devils Nest update; 4. Mark Jones with the proposed wind project near Wausa informed Mrs. Doerr that his group is talking to landowners in the area and the group may be applying for a Conditional Use Permit within the next nine months.
The Board discussed proposed legislative bills with County Clerk Fischer, Assessor McManigal, Sheriff Henery, Clerk of the District Court Fischer and Deputy Clerk of the District Court Krohn.  The Board will send a letter of opposition on LB 544 where the State would take control at this time of those Counties where the County Clerks are Ex-Officio Clerks of District Court and then to continue in the near future to take away the control from Counties with elected Clerks of District Court.
Receipts totaling $326,558.38 were accepted and placed on file.
There was no public comment on agenda items.
There was no public comment on non-agenda items.
GENERAL FUND. Correctional Healthcare, ex, 5.45; Aspen Warriner, ex, 750.00; Big Red Mini Mart, ex, 17.01;
Bob Barker Company Inc., ex, 231.66; Bloomfield Tire & Oil LLC, ex, 45.00; Bomgaars, ex, 15.98; Classic Rentals, ex, 24.50; CAN Surety, ex, 40.00; Creighton Plumbing, ex, 410.52; Crofton Journal/Niobrara Tribune, ex, 16.00; DataSpec Inc., ex, 399.00; Dollar General, ex, 77.35; Farmers & Merchants State Bank, ex, 30.00; First National Bank Omaha, ex, 1,369.56; Flower Basket, ex, 162.00; Jack’s Uniforms & Equipment, ex, 128.79; John Merkel, ex, 57.45; Madison County Sheriff, ex, 1,000.00; Manatron Inc., ex, 2,452.17; M.O.C.I.C., ex, 100.00; NACO Planning & Zoning, ex, 30.00; NAPA Bloomfield, ex, 47.68; Nebraska Association of County Clerks, ex, 75.00; Nebraska Secretary of State, Notary Division, ex, 30.00; Quill Corporation, ex, 483.51; Rader Feed & Grain Co., ex, 637.00; Reserve Account, ex, 5,000.00; Safe N Secure, ex, 501.00; Security Shredding Services, ex, 70.00; Shawn Jordan, ex, 60.66; Verdigre Farm Service, ex, 35.90; Vievu, ex, 125.00.
ROAD FUND. Avera Medical Group, ex, 25.00; B’s Enterprises Inc., ex, 754.00; Black Hills Energy, ut, 71.69; Bloomfield Medical Clinic, ex, 70.00; Bloomfield Tire & Oil LLC, ex, 278.28; Cedar Knox PPD, ut, 156.68; Central Valley Ag, ex, 28.22; C-Mart LLC, ex, 59.23; Cornhusker International Trucks Inc., ex, 109.20; Creighton 59 LLC, ex, 42.00; Eugene Wolfe Jr., ps, 12.00; Farmers Pride, ut, 517.62; First National Bank Omaha, ex, 414.03; Frank’s Food mart, ex; 23.96; Hefner Hardware, ex, 74.18; Herbert Feed & Grain Company, ex, 1,180.40; K&S Door Co. Inc., ex, 139.40; Matheson Tri-Gas Inc., ex, 613.37; NAPA Bloomfield, ex, 1,092.26; NPPD, ut, 192.92; NMC Exchange LLC, ex, 268.66; People’s Grocery, ex, 21.43; R&K Motor Parts, ex; 391.12; Verdigre Farm Service LLC, ex, 3,299.70; Vic’s Service, ex, 1,731.86; Village of Center, ut, 23.00; Village of Verdigre, ut, 60.75; Village of Wausa, ut, 140.85.
CHILD SUPPORT FUND. Hometown Leasing, ex, 125.93; Quill Corporation, ex, 106.00.
COUNTY INSURANCE FUND. Name Redacted, ins, 174.28.
VETERANS AID FUND. Gary Jones, ex, 3,500.00.
C&C DEVELOPMENT FUND.  First National Bank Omaha, ex, 1,076.39; Megan Hanefeldt, ex, 134.30; Quill Corporation, ex, 50.96.
INHERITANCE FUND. Fitzgerald, Vetter & Temple, ex, 1,085.28; Law Office of Kate Jorgensen, ex, 2,153.99; Sheila Keeler PR, ex, 151.75; The Law Office of Jeffrey M. Doerr, ex, 2,225.01.
911 WIRELESS FUND. CenturyLink, ut, 335.01; ex, 120.00.
911 EMERGENCY FUND. CenturyLink, ut, 180.39.
Chairman Sokol, Jr. adjourned the Knox County Board of Supervisors at 12:03 p.m., January 26, 2017 until Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. for a regular meeting.
Joann M. Fischer, Knox County Clerk
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE KNOX COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
A regular meeting of the Knox County Board of Equalization was held in the Boardroom at the Knox County Courthouse in Center, Nebraska at 10:00 a.m. on the date of January 26, 2017.  Present were Supervisors Martin J. O’Connor District #1, Patrick J. Liska District #2, Virgil H. Miller District #3, James Sokol, Jr. District #4, Kevin D. Mackeprang District #5 and Danny R. Schlote District #6.  Absent was Supervisor James J. Borgmann District #7. Chairman Schlote presiding.
Chairman Schlote announced to the public that a copy of the Public Open Meeting Act was posted in the Boardroom.
Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by publication in the Wausa Gazette newspaper, as shown by the Affidavit of Publication attached to these minutes.
Notice of this meeting was simultaneously given to all members and a copy of their acknowledgment and receipt of notice and agenda is attached to these minutes.  All proceedings hereafter shown were taken while the convened meeting was opened to the attendance of the public.
Chairman Schlote approved the January 10, 2017 minutes as read.
There was no public comment on agenda items.
There was no public comment on non-agenda items.
At 10:10 a.m., Chairman Schlote opened the advertised public hearing on Exemption Applications and Continued Exemption Applications for Tax Exemption on Real and Personal Property by Qualifying Organizations.
At 10:10 a.m., Chairman Schlote opened the advertised public hearing on Exemption Form 457 for Sacred Heart Health Services dba Avera Creighton Hospital on five vehicles.
Tax Claims #7872, #7873, #7874 and #7875 were approved and the County Assessor was directed to make the proper adjustments to the tax roll.
The Board reviewed their respective District’s Qualifying Organization Exemption Applications.
Chairman Schlote closed the open public hearing on Exemption Applications and Continued Exemption Applications for Tax Exemption on Real and Personal Property by Qualifying Organizations at 10:18 a.m.  There was no one present in opposition.  The Board approved the Exemption Applications and Continued Exemption Applications filed for Tax Exemption on Real and Personal Property by Qualifying Organizations.
Chairman Schlote closed the open public hearing at 10:20 a.m. on Exemption Form 457 for Sacred Heart Health Services dba Avera Creighton Hospital.  No one was present in opposition.  The Board approved Exemption Form 457 for Sacred Heart Health Services dba Avera Creighton Hospital on a 2008 Chevrolet Uplander, a 2008 Carry On utility trailer, a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado pickup, a 2014 Senator II bus, and a 2013 Chevrolet sedan.
Supervisor Borgmann arrived at 10:24 a.m.
Co. Assessor McManigal and the Board discussed proposed legislative bills.
Chairman Schlote adjourned the Knox County Board of Equalization at 10:29 a.m. on January 26, 2017 until 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 9, 2017 for a regular meeting.
Joann M. Fischer, Knox County Clerk
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