Published On: Fri, Apr 29th, 2016

Wausa Gazette Public Notices 4.27.16

MEETING NOTICE

Wausa Rural Fire District will meet on Tuesday, May 3, 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 May 2, 2016.

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NOTICE:

After the expiration of three months from the date of service of this notice, a tax deed will be applied for on the property listed below by the purchaser of the tax sale certificate on your property.

UNLESS YOU ACT YOU WILL LOSE THIS PROPERTY.

1. Date Purchaser purchased the property sold by the county for taxes:  March 4, 2013.

2. Description of the real property: Lot 10, Block 5 of Original Town of Wausa, Knox County, Nebraska.  Tax Parcel ID #540003062.

3. Name the real property was assessed in: Barb Petersen.

4. The amount of taxes represented by the tax sale certificate: $79.56.  The year the taxes were levied or assessed: 2011. Subsequent taxes may have been paid and interest may have accrued as of the date the notice is signed.

5. The issuance of a tax deed is subject to the right of redemption under Neb. Rev. Stat. §§ 77-1824 to 77-1830.

6. The right of redemption requires payment to the county treasurer, for the use of such purchaser, or his or her heirs or assigns, the amount of taxes represented by the tax sale certificate for the year the taxes were levied or assessed and any subsequent taxes paid and interest accrued as of the date payment is made to the county treasurer.

7. Except as provided for real property that is actually occupied by the record owner of the real property, the surviving spouse of the record owner, or a minor child of the record owner, right of redemption expires at the close of business on the date of application for the tax deed, and a deed may be applied for after the expiration of three months from the date of service of this notice. For real property that is actually occupied by the record owner of the real property, the surviving spouse of the record owner, or a minor child of the record owner, a deed may be applied for after the expiration of three months and forty-five days after the service of this notice.

Dated this 7th day of April, 2016.

Keith Larsen,

Purchaser of Tax Sale Certificate

By: Andrew J. Marshall, #24267

MARSHALL LAW FIRM, LLC

709 Main St. P.O. Box 287

Creighton, Nebraska 68729

(402) 358-5211 phone

(402) 358-5213 fax

andrew@marshalllawllc.com

Attorney for Keith Larsen

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Village of Wausa 

Board of Trustees

Minutes

April 4, 2016

The regular meeting of the Village of Wausa Board of Trustees was called to order Monday, April 4, 2016 at 7:30 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: Rose West, Dan Munter, Vern Albrecht, Robin Albrecht, Mikaela Bloomquist, Shelbey West, and Nichole Carlson.

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

Building permits #0116-Rose West, #0216-Dan Munter, and #0316-Vern Albrecht were reviewed. It was moved by Burns and seconded by Seagren to approve building permits #0116-Rose West, #0216-Dan Munter, and #0316-Vern Albrecht. Ayes: Schumacher, Nelson, Seagren, and Burns. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

Mikaela Bloomquist, Shelbey West, and Nichole Carlson from the Wausa Summer League Committee discussed lighting at both ball fields. Cedar-Knox said there are 8 poles at the baseball field that are in bad shape and are not good enough to climb anymore. The softball field poles are in good shape, but they said they are still too high for the Cedar-Knox boom truck. NPPD, Heine Electric, and other companies can do it. John Rowe, J P Rowe Construction, from Pierce put in all the new light poles at Laurel’s baseball field. NPPD just for labor is $2,500 to do all of the lights for both fields. They will not provide lights and will not order them at all. Heine Electric is $250 to bring the truck over and $100 an hr. He estimates it to be a 3 hour job but will see how hard it is to get the truck in there. They can order lights if they know what kind they are. At the last mens’ league game, ½ of the lights were burnt out. It cost Laurel $52,500 for brand new poles, light houses, and light bulbs with labor for one field. NPPD to install metal poles, metal light houses and everything, which is what they are looking to do at Bloomfield baseball field is $200,000. Another possibility could be to replace one pole at a time or get used poles.

The Board said to have the poles drilled and tested at the baseball field first. Once they get results back, then the Board can decide if poles need to be replaced. At the softball field, they can check the breaker system to see if it is the breaker that went out. If they come here to work on the other poles and the crossbars, maybe they can replace bulbs at the softball field.

The committee also presented the receipts for the paint that they purchased last year. Also, they will paint the grandstand to match the concession stand. The Board said the Village is willing to pay for the paint if the ball committee will paint it. The Village will remove a dead cedar tree that is located by the entrance of the softball field. The clean up night will be May 1st.  The Village will order two new foul poles for the softball field. The ball committee wants to put clay bricks on the pitcher’s mound and the batter’s box at the baseball field, and the committee will be paying for that. The Board didn’t have a problem with it.

It was moved by Seagren and seconded by Burns to change the order of the items on the agenda. Ayes: Nelson, Schumacher, Burns, and Seagren. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

Board Member Seagren introduced Ordinance No. 123149 entitled: AN ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF WAUSA, CONFIRMING THE SALE of part of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (P: SE1/4SWE1/4) of Section 10, in Township 29 North, of Range 2 West of the 6th P.M. in Knox County, Nebraska, more particularly described as follows: Referring to the northeast corner of Block 16 of the Original Town of Wausa, Nebraska, thence South 175 feet, then east 210 feet to point of commencement, thence running east to railroad right-of-way, thence northwesterly along railroad right of way to a point straight North of the point of commencement, thence South to the point of commencement containing 0.17 acres more or less: To Dan Munter and moved that the statutory rule requiring reading on three different dates to be suspended. Board Member Nelson seconded the motion to suspend the rules and upon roll call vote on the motion. Ayes: Burns, Schumacher, Nelson, and Seagren. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

This ordinance was then read by title and thereafter Board member Nelson moved for final passage of the ordinance which motion was seconded by Board Member Seagren.

The Chairman then stated the question “Shall Ordinance No. 123149 be passed and adopted?” Upon roll call vote: Ayes: Schumacher, Burns, Seagren, and Nelson. Nays: None. Absent: None. Motion carried.

The passage and adoption of this ordinance having been concurred in by a majority of all members of the Board, the Chairman ordered the ordinance to be published as provided by law.

The Board reviewed pool applications. It was moved by Nelson and seconded by Burns to hire Chip Bartos as Manager at $11.50 an hr., Tara Munter as First Assistant Manager at $10.00 an hr.and lifeguard $8.50 an hr., Brice Barney as Assistant Manager at $10.00 an hr. and lifeguard $8.00 an hr., Gabrielle Swanson as Assistant Manager at $10.00 an hr. and lifeguard $8.00 an hr., Claire Lundberg as lifeguard at $8.00 an hr., Tom Lundberg as lifeguard at $8.00 an hr., Claire Vanness as lifeguard at $8.50 an hr., and Spencer Rosberg as substitute lifeguard at $9.00 an hr. Ayes: Schumacher, Seagren, Burns, and Nelson. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

It was moved by Nelson and seconded by Burns to leave the pool admissions the same as 2015. Ayes: Seagren, Schumacher, Burns, and Nelson. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried. The tentative start date is May 28.

Employee Reports: Utility Superintendent Bloomquist said he will be contacting the new owners of the street sweeper to sweep our streets. He attended the water conference in Kearney. Also, the Board asked about the lights in front of the auditorium. Bloomquist said the Board voted years ago to replace them. They did have one light pole go down on East Broadway because of wind. Pat from Cedar-Knox said the breakaway base broke. Since we pay maintenance on the light pole, there will be no charge to us.

Police Report: He has a shooting class on the 15th. Callahan will complete a Highway Safety grant application for two alcohol breath testers.

The minutes of the March 7, 2016 regular meeting were approved with a motion by Nelson and seconded by Seagren. Ayes: Burns, Schumacher, Seagren, and Nelson. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

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

The following bills were reviewed:

Great Plains Comm. 433.12

Source Gas 991.98

Cedar-Knox PPD 4,263.20

MCI 41.51

One Call Concepts 2.64

Wausa Gazette 582.78

Canon Solutions 78.13

Carlson Law Office 450.00

Main Street Grocery 5.99

NE Public Health Environmental Lab. 33.00

Telebeep Wireless 17.11

NE Dept. of Revenue 911.78

Servi-Tech Inc. 117.65

Quill 230.01

Central States Lab. 2,622.94

BJ Harris Inc. 1,266.00

League of NE Municipalities 80.00

NE Rural Water Assoc. 150.00

Cornhusker Press 94.05

Bob’s Candy 22.35

Summit Supply 1,604.00

Comfort Inn 189.90

Karen Kleinschmit 115.14

HOA Supplies 1,318.75

Health Ins. 3,331.59

Salaries 14,405.93

Payroll Taxes 3,708.11

Ken Bloomquist 216.00

Tim Albrecht 43.20

NE Municipal Clerks Assoc. 15.00

CHS 394.72

Peters Hardware 104.22

Key Sanitation 4,036.75

Wausa Solid Waste Reserve 95.75

Madison National Life 46.51

NE Municipal Power Pool 619.35

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

City property valuations were discussed. It was moved by Burns and seconded by Seagren to make the following changes to valuations: East reservoir and West reservoir will be changed to liability only, the Old Fire Hall value will be $100,050.00 (functional replacement cost), Auditorium value will be $920,000 (ACV), and Maintenance Shop value will be $73,920. Ayes: Nelson, Schumacher, Seagren, and Burns. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

Committee reports: The Village will be observing Arbor Day on April 29, 2016. Wausa has been Tree City for 20 years. Correspondence: Schumacher read the letter that will be sent to the paper concerning the Choice Gas program this month.

The meeting adjourned at 9:06 p.m. with a motion by Seagren and seconded by Nelson. Ayes: Schumacher, Burns, Nelson, and Seagren. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen. Motion carried.

The Public Hearing on Application for Community Development Block Grant Program will be Monday, May 2, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in the Municipal Office. The next regular meeting will be immediately following the hearing.

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

Karen Kleinschmit, Clerk

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