Published On: Wed, Jul 19th, 2017

Wausa Gazette Public Notices 7.19.17

PUBLIC NOTICE
On July 28th, 2017 at 1:00 p.m., a meeting conducted by Wausa Public Schools will take place at Wausa High School Library. The purpose of the meeting will be to provide an opportunity for parents and representatives of non-public schools to participate in the development of a plan for providing special education services to children with disabilities who attend nonpublic schools and home schools which are within the Sample district for the 2017-18 school year. Parents of a home-schooled child or a child attending a nonpublic school who has been or may be identified with a disability and attending a non-public school within the boundaries of Wausa Public Schools, are urged to attend. If you have further questions pertaining to this meeting, please contact Mr. Brad Hoesing, Superintendent at 402-586- 2255.
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NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION
1. The Name of the limited liability company is Tollefson Ranch, LLC.
2. The address of the designated office of the company is 600 South Bismark Street, Wausa, NE 68786
3. The name and address of the designated Registered Agent is: Doug Johnson, 600 South Bismark Street, PO Box 23, Wausa, NE 68786
4. The purpose for which the company is organized is to engage in any lawful act or activities for which a limited liability company may be organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska.
5. The company commenced its existence on June 30, 2017, and the period of duration is perpetual.
Ryan D. Cwach
Attorney at Law
101 N. Washington St.
PO Box 10
Bloomfield NE 68718-0010
Phone: 402-373-4747
Fax: 402-373-4405
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NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE
Notice is hereby given pursuant to section §53-135.01 that a liquor license may be automatically renewed for one year from November 1, 2017, for the following retail liquor licensee:
Galen F. Pinkelman, dba Pinky’s Lounge, 511 E. Broadway, Wausa NE 68786
Notice is hereby given that written protests to the issuance of automatic renewal of license may be filed by any resident of the Village on or before August 10, 2017, in the office of the Village Clerk and that in the event protests are filed by three or more such persons, hearing will be had to determine whether continuation of the license should be allowed.
Karen Kleinschmit
Village Clerk
Upon the conclusion of any hearing required by this section, the local governing body may request a licensee to submit an application as provided in section 53-135.
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NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE
Notice is hereby given pursuant to section §53-135.01 that a liquor license may be automatically renewed for one year from November 1, 2017, for the following retail liquor licensee:
William J. Schumacher, dba Bill’s Place, 501 E. Broadway, Wausa NE 68786
Notice is hereby given that written protests to the issuance of automatic renewal of license may be filed by any resident of the Village on or before August 10, 2017, in the office of the Village Clerk and that in the event protests are filed by three or more such persons, hearing will be had to determine whether continuation of the license should be allowed.
Karen Kleinschmit
Village Clerk
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NOTICE OF MEETING
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
OF KNOX COUNTY, NEBRASKA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
That a regular meeting of the Knox County Board of Supervisors will be held at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 27, 2017, in the Board of Supervisors’ meeting room at the Knox County Courthouse in Center, Nebraska, which meeting will be open to the public.  An agenda for the meeting is kept continuously current and is available for public inspection at the office of the County Clerk; however, the Board upon convening shall have the right to modify the agenda. The agenda is also available for viewing on the Knox County website at www.co.knox.ne.us.
Joann M. Fischer
Knox County Clerk
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NOTICE OF MEETING
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
OF KNOX COUNTY, NEBRASKA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
That a regular meeting of the Knox County Board of Equalization will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 27, 2017, in the Board of Supervisors’ meeting room at the Knox County Courthouse in Center, Nebraska, which meeting will be open to the public.  An agenda for the meeting is kept continuously current and is available for public inspection at the office of the County Clerk; however, the Board upon convening shall have the right to modify the agenda.  The agenda is also available for viewing on the Knox County website at www.co.knox.ne.us.
Joann M. Fischer
Knox County Clerk
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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 June 8, 2017 at 9:30 a.m.  Present were Supervisors Patrick J. Liska District #2, Virgil H. Miller District #3, James Sokol, Jr. District #4, Kevin D. Mackeprang District #5, Danny R. Schlote District #6 and James J. Borgmann District #7.  Absent was Supervisor Martin J. O’Connor District #1. Chairman Sokol, Jr. presiding.
Supr. Borgmann 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 Niobrara Tribune 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 June 29, 2017 meeting minutes as read with the correction of the vote on Claim #17060202 and Claim #17060253 both payable to Schreier’s Lumber Company as follows: Ayes Districts #2, #4, #5, #6 and #7.  Nays none.  Absent District #1.  Abstain District #3.  Motion carried.
Correspondence reviewed was: 1. Letter from Nebraska Emergency Management Agency on the State Homeland Security Grant/Emergency Management Performance Grant Monitoring Visit that took place on June 28, 2017.
All claims except Claim #17070117 in the amount of $12.84 payable to Schreier’s Lumber Company were allowed subject to delinquent personal taxes.
Claim #17070117 in the amount of $12.84 written from the Road Fund payable to Schreier’s Lumber Company was allowed subject to delinquent personal taxes. By roll call vote.  Ayes Districts #2, #3 #4, #5, #6 and #7.  Nays none.  Absent District #1.  Abstain District #3. Motion carried.
Claims totaling $588,889.14 are listed at the end of these proceedings.
Chairman Sokol, Jr. moves the Board recess at 10:00 a.m. for Board of Equalization.
The Knox County Board of Supervisors reconvened at 10:46 a.m. with all members present except Supervisor O’Connor District #1.
Hwy. Supt. Barta met with the Board on the following: 1. Resolution #2017-09 was adopted authorizing Chairman Sokol, Jr. to sign the Project Program Agreement between Knox County and the Nebraska Department of Roads for fracture critical bridge inspection and load re-rating (if necessary) services for the Federal-aid project.  A full copy of Resolution #2017-09 is on file in the Knox County Clerk’s Office; 2. Bridge crew update; 3. Oil crew update; 4. Equipment repairs; 5. Crofton north bridge update.
Zoning Administrator Doerr met with the Board on the following: 1.The Zoning June Permits Report was placed on file; 2. Update on upcoming Planning Commission meeting to be held on July 18.
The County Sheriff’s Quarterly Report of Fees Collected between April 1 and June 30, 2017 was placed on file.
Resolution #2017 – 10 was adopted directing the County Treasurer to transfer $106,480.99 in July and in August and the transfer from the Knox County General Fund to the Knox County Road Fund to be reduced by $212,961.98 in the 2017/2018 Budget when it is adopted.  A full copy of Resolution #2017-10 is on file in the Knox County Clerk’s Office.
James Coburn met with the Board to present his proposed plans for construction in the Devils Nest that includes a marina, a motel, renovation of the Yacht Club, shuttle service to the Ohiya Casino, and golfing plus the construction of new homes.
The Board will allow Brian Keck and Tami Wattnem to talk to offer to employees a New York Life Insurance whole life insurance package that is an employee payroll-deduction premium payment plan.  Chairman Sokol, Jr. moves the Board recess at 12:02 p.m. for lunch.
The Knox County Board of Supervisors reconvened at 12:35 p.m. with all members present.
The Board went into executive session at 12:35 p.m. so as to protect the reputation of an individual while discussing personnel.  Chairman Sokol, Jr. reiterated that the executive session will be held so as to protect the reputation of an individual while discussing personnel.  The Board came out of executive session at 12:49 p.m.
The Board closed the executive session that was held on personnel at 12:49 p.m.
Chairman Sokol, Jr moves the Board recess at 12:50 p.m. for Board of Equalization.
The Knox County Board of Supervisors reconvened at 2:04 p.m. with all members except Supervisor O’Connor District #1.
Resolution #2017–11 was adopted directing the County Treasurer to transfer $34,190.59 from the 911 Emergency Fund number 5907 to the newly created 911 Emergency Fund number 2910 as per requirements of the Nebraska Auditor of Public Accounts. A full copy of Resolution #2017-11 is on file in the Knox County Clerk’s Office.
The Clerk of District Court June Fee Report was placed on file.
The Board placed on file the County Treasurer’s Semi-Annual Report of Collections, Disbursements and Balances for six months ending June 30, 2017 and that there were no unpaid claims against Knox County as of June 15, 2017.
The following was placed on file: the 2017 NIRMA Crime Policy, Liability Package Policy Declaration, Property Package Policy, Common Policy Declarations and Workers’ Compensation Policy Declaration Page.  By roll call vote.  Ayes Districts #2, #3, #4, #5, #6 and #7.  Nays none.  Absent District #1.  Motion carried.
Receipts totaling $334,995.43 was placed on file.
The Board went into executive session at 2:16 p.m. to protect the reputation of an individual while reviewing General Assistance Application #3-2017.  Chairman Sokol, Jr. reiterated that the executive session will be held so as to protect the reputation of an individual while reviewing General Assistance Application #3-2017.  The Board came out of executive session at 2:16 p.m.
The executive session held o General Assistance Application #3-2017 was closed at 2:30 p.m.
A one-time payment on General Assistance Application #3-2017 was approved.
GENERAL FUND. Salaries, 153,904.89; Ann Flood, ex 50.00; Ashburn Funeral Home Inc., ex, 200.00; Bloomfield Medical Clinic, ex, 120.00; Bloomfield Pharmacy, ex, 59.49;  Bloomfield Tire & Oil LLC, ex, 79.69; Bomgaars, ex, 77.59; Cellcom-Hartington, ex, 49.98; Central Valley Ag, ex, 2,344.10; Cindy Hild, ex, 117.74; Classic Carpet Care, ex, 34.00; Clerk of Supreme Court, ex, 126.00; Collector of Internal Revenue, ss, 11,551.61; County of Knox Employee Benefit Account HealthCare Solutions Group Inc., ins, 26,400.00; Creighton News, ex, 64.00; Crofton Journal/Niobrara Tribune, ex, 201.70; DAS State Accounting-Central Finance, ex, 121.88; Donald Jiracek, ps, 25.00; Eakes Office Solutions, ex, 34.32; Ecowater Systems, ex, 408.50; Elaine’s Tavern & Café, ex, 4,998.00; Great Plains Communications, ut, 2,252.66; Health Plan Services Inc., ins, 1,698.32; Heartland Energy Management, ex, 1,428.00; Heartland Heating & Air Conditioning, ex, 565.00; Hefner Hardware, ex, 84.82; James Egley, ex, 75.00; Jo Ann P. Knori, ps, 20.00; Joann M. Fischer, ex, 24.00; John Thomas, ex, 371.00; K/V Electric, ex, 473.11; Kevin R. Piske, ex, 50.00; Key Sanitation, ut, 104.00; The Lincoln National Life Ins. Co., ins, 79.88; Madison County Sheriff, ex, 27.61; Madison County District Court, ex, 50.00; Microfilm Imaging Systems Inc., ex, 185.00; MIPS, ex, 796.31; Mobile Binders, ex, 3,375.00; National Pen Co. LLC, ex, 382.90; Northeast Nebraska Area Agency on Aging, ex, 5,971.00; NetCom Inc., ex, 223.00; North Central Public Power District, ut, 3,269.91; Northeast Nebraska News Company, ex, 130.26; Office Systems Co., ex, 184.00; Pitney Bowes, ex, 203.67; Quality Inn & Conference Center, ex, 104.95; Quill, ex, 647.71; Retirement Plans Division of Ameritas, ret, 10,118.48; Telebeep, ex, 51.33; the Farner Co. Inc., ex, 86.53; The Monitor, ex, 97.55; United States Treasury, ex, 126.56; U.S. Cellular, ut, 163.87; U.S. Cellular, ut, 349.95; Valorie Olson, ex, 50.00; Verdigre farm Service, ex, 31.32; Village of Center, ut, 829.00; Wholesale Supply Inc., ex, 393.00.
ROAD FUND. Salaries, 57,771.15; B’s Enterprises Inc., ex, 960.00; Backus Sand & Gravel, ex, 22,737.54; Big Red Mini Mart, ex, 43.09; Black Hills Energy, ut, 33.69; Bloomfield Medical Clinic PC, ex, 35.00; Bloomfield Tire & Oil LLC, ex, 375.06; Bomgaars, ex, 379.59; Burns Lumber Co. LLC, ex, 643.05; CHS Wausa, ex, 1,388.98; Chuck’s Auto Repair, ex, 100.00; City of Bloomfield, ut, 21.75; City of Creighton, ut, 156.97; C-Mart, ex, 125.77; Collector of Internal Revenue, ss, 4,369.06; Cornhusker International Trucks Inc., ex, 4,482.56; Country Market, ex, 26.65; County of Knox Employee Benefit Acct. c/o Healthcare Solutions Group Inc., ins, 12,000.00; Creighton News, ex, 65.80; Don McElhose Trucking & Construction, ex, 5,290.00; Farmer’s Pride, ex, 1,308.63; Freeman Oil Company LLC, ex, 955.26; Great Plains Communications, ut, 477.39; Grossenburg Implement Inc., ex, 393.15; Hagge Glass, ex, 247.91; Health Plan Services, ins, 679.32; Hefner Ace Hardware, ex, 34.35; Herbert Feed & Grain Co., ex, 6,801.19; James Carlson, ex, 1,500.00; Kayton International, ex, 241.50; Kersten Auto Co. LLC, ex, 39.00; Kevin Barta, ex, 15.00; Key Sanitation, ut, 116.00; Kimball Midwest, ex, 304.66; Larry Pilar, ps, 21.00; Lincoln National Life Ins. Co., ins, 30.47; Mainelli Wagner & Associates Inc., ex, 6,876.26; Marcel Kramer, ex, 300.00; Matheson Tri-Gas Inc., ex, 218.92; Medical Enterprises Inc., ex, 31.00; Melvin Barger dba Barger Farms Inc., ex, 600.00; Mitteis Gravel, ex, 2,369.49; Nebraska Public Power District, ut, 38.01; Niobrara Trading Post, ex, 121.88; North American Truck & Trailer Inc., ex, 1,125.20; North Central Public Power District, ut, 259.93; Peitz GMC Service Inc., ex, 215.63; Retirement Plans Div. of Ameritas, ret, 3,812.47; Ronald Bourn, ex, 771.20; Schreier Lumber, ex, 12.84; State of Nebraska Motor Fuels Division, ex, 1,977.00; Steffens Service, ex, 145.45; U.S. Cellular, ut, 490.71; Vakoc Excavating LLC, ex, 3,145.75; Verdigre Farm Service, ex, 3,349.10; Viking Lumber, ex, 27.50; Village of Center, ut, 25.50; Village of Niobrara, ut, 38.63; Village of Verdigre, ut, 60.75; Willow Creek Sand and Gravel, ex, 25,612.82.
CHILD SUPPORT FUND.  Great Plains Communications, ut, 51.98; Microfilm Imaging Systems Inc., ex, 46.00; Postmaster, ex, 217.50.
VISITOR’S IMPROVEMENT FUND. Great Plains Communications Inc., ex, 97.65
ROD PRESERVATION/MODERNIZATION FUND.  MIPS, ex, 146.34.
C&C DEVELOPMENT FUND. Salaries, 2,918.33; Collector of Internal Revenue, ss, 215.66; County of Knox Employee Benefit Acct. c/o Healthcare Solutions Group Inc., ins, 800.00; Great Plains Communications, ut, 51.98; Health Plan Services, ins, 39.96; Lincoln National Life Insurance Co., ins, 1.83; Megan Hanefeldt, ex, 27.82; Nicole Sedlacek, ex, 150.00; NENEDD, ex, 10.00; Retirement Plans Div. of Ameritas, ret, 196.99; U.S. Cellular, ut, 35.38.
INHERITANCE FUND. Cad Paulsen Construction, ex, 148,449.00; Fitzgerald Vetter Temple & Bartell, ex, 5,545.15; Guarantee roofing & Sheet Metal Inc., ex, 6,649.00; Mainelli Wagner & Associates Inc., ex, 6,955.00; Rodney W. Smith, ex, 2,083.33; Verlyn Luebbe, ex, 469.50.
911 EMERGENCY FUND.  CenturyLink, ut, 7.24; Crofton Journal/Niobrara tribune, ex, 6.81; Great Plains Communications, ut, 172.11; Northeast Nebraska News Company, ex, 14.96 ; Platte Valley Communications Inc., ex, 112.09; Three River Telco, ut, 42.07.
911 WIRELESS FUND. Great Plains Communications, ut, 495.71; Platte Valley Communications Inc., ex, 477.84; Three River Telco, ut, 179.34.
SHERIFF COMMISSARY FUND. Bob’s Candy Service, ex, 382.80.
Chairman Sokol, Jr. adjourned the Knox County Board of Supervisors at 2:31 p.m., July 13, 2017 until Thursday, July 27, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. for a regular meeting
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE KNOX COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
A regular meeting of the Knox County Board of Equalization was held at the Court House in Center, Nebraska on the date of July 13, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.  Present were Supervisors Patrick J. Liska District #2, Virgil H. Miller District #3, James Sokol, Jr. District #4, Kevin D. Mackeprang District #5, Danny R. Schlote District #6 and James J. Borgmann District #7.  Absent was Supervisor Martin J. O’Connor District #1. 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 Niobrara Tribune 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 June 29, 2017 minutes as read.
There was no public comment on agenda items.
There was no public comment on non-agenda items.
At 10:05 a.m., Chairman Schlote opened the advertised public hearing on Protests #3-2017 through #16-2017 that were filed between June 16 and June 30.
County Clerk Fischer swore in County Assessor McManigal. Chairman Schlote announced for the record that no decisions would be made by the Board of Equalization on the protests at the hearing.
Protest #3-2017 & Protest #4-2017 – Protestor was present, sworn in, gave taped testimony and presented addition written information.
Protest #5-2017 – Protestor’s representative was sworn in and gave taped testimony.
The following 2017 Omitted/Undervalued and Overvalued/Clerical Notices were approved and placed on file:Bo Bauer, flat valued home, overvalued-15,640 to 12,970; Steven Brunette, overvalued-adjust land use, 138,325 to 136,200; Steven Brunette, overvalued-adjust land use, 70,140 to 69,180; Steven Brunette, overvalued-adjust land use, 220,600 to 190,400; Steven Brunette, overvalued-adjust land use, 662,955 to 587,040; CHS Inc., omitted-added two vertical fertilizer tanks, 749,520 to 762,335; Matthew Doerr, overvalued-adjust land use using aerial/FSA map, 506,580 to 505,210; Matthew Doerr, overvalued-adjust land use using aerial/FSA map, 114,445 to 106,465; Rodney Doerr, overvalued-adjust land use using aerial/FSA map, 220,450 to 199,480; Frank Hanzlik, undervalued-adjust land use, 163,925 to 186,945; Herbert Feed & Grain, omitted-valued liquid fertilizer mixer, 209,025 to 234,025; Kelly Ickler, overvalued—adjusted land use/reviewed homes, 225,975 to 224,235; Bradley Sage, overvalued-adjust ag land after review, 61,850 to 55,835; Bradley Sage, overvalued-adjust ag land after review, 561,365 to 551,360; Jeffery Uhlir, overvalued-corrected ag land use, 208,410 to 203,010; Jeffery Uhlir, overvalued-corrected ag land use, 340,050 to 281,015.
Co. Assessor McManigal informed that Board that there are still personal property schedules due.  A new procedure was used for the non-filers which is the State will file the same amount of personal property for the non-filers and a 25% penalty fee is assessed against these people.
Discussion was held on soil types and waste changes.
Chairman Schlote recessed the Board of Equalization until 12:45 p.m. noting that the open public hearing remains open and will continue upon reconvening.
The Knox County Board of Equalization reconvened at 12:50 p.m. with all members present except Supervisor District #1.  The public hearing opened at 10:05 a.m. remains open.
Protest #6-2017 through Protest #10-2017 –Protestor was present, sworn in and gave taped testimony.
Protest #11-2017 – Protestor’s representative was sworn in and gave taped testimony.
Protest #12-2017 – Protestor was present, sworn in and gave taped testimony on a parcel with a parcel number and legal description that was different than what was shown on the protest form however the protest form did show the valuation of the parcel testimony was given on and what was the intention of the protestor to be protested.
Protest #13-2017 – Protestor was present, sworn in and gave taped testimony.
Protest #14-2017 through Protest #16-2017 – Protestor’s representative was sworn in and gave taped testimony.
Chairman Schlote adjourned the Knox County Board of Equalization at 2:04 p.m. July 13, 2017 until 9:00 a.m. for a special meeting/public hearing to make final decisions on the 2017 filed protests and until 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 27, 2017 for a regular meeting.
Joann M. Fischer, Knox County Clerk
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