Published On: Fri, Sep 9th, 2016

Wausa Gazette Public Notices 9.7.16

NOTICE OF INCORPORATION
Notice is hereby given to the incorporation of Bea Subs, Inc.
1. The name of the Corporation is Bea Subs, Inc.
2.nThe number of shares that the Corporation is authorized to issue is 10,000 shares, at a par value of $1.00 per share, which may be issued for such payment in and upon such terms as are directed by the Board of Directors of the corporation.
3. The street address for the Corporation’s initial registered office is 54333 874 Road, Wausa, Nebraska 68786 and the name of its initial registered agent at that office is Carl L. Rosberg.
4. The name and street address of the incorporator is Carl L. Rosberg at 54333 874 Road, Wausa, Nebraska 68786
5. The Corporation commenced its existence on the 22nd day of August, 2016 and it’s existence shall be perpetual.
Jeffrey L. Hrouda
Attorney at Law
1306 N. 13th Street, Suite 101
Norfolk, NE 68701
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NOTICE OF INCORPORATION
Notice is hereby given to the incorporation of Col Subs, Inc.
1. The name of the Corporation is Col Subs, Inc.
2. The number of shares that the Corporation is authorized to issue is 10,000 shares, at a par value of $1.00 per share, which may be issued for such payment in and upon such terms as are directed by the Board of Directors of the corporation.
3. The street address for the Corporation’s initial registered office is 54333 874 Road, Wausa, Nebraska 68786 and the name of its initial registered agent at that office is Carl L. Rosberg.
4. The name and street address of the incorporator is Carl L. Rosberg at 54333 874 Road, Wausa, Nebraska 68786
5. The Corporation commenced its existence on the 22nd day of August, 2016 and it’s existence shall be perpetual.
Jeffrey L. Hrouda
Attorney at Law
1306 N. 13th Street, Suite 101
Norfolk, NE 68701
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NOTICE OF INCORPORATION
Notice is hereby given to the incorporation of I-80 Subs, Inc.
1. The name of the Corporation is I-80 Subs, Inc.
2. The number of shares that the Corporation is authorized to issue is 10,000 shares, at a par value of $1.00 per share, which may be issued for such payment in and upon such terms as are directed by the Board of Directors of the corporation.
3. The street address of the Corporation’s initial registered office is 54333 874 Road, Wausa, Nebraska 68786 and the name of its initial registered agent at that office is Carl L. Rosberg.
4. The name and street address of the incorporator is Carl L. Rosberg at 54333 874 Road, Wausa, Nebraska 68786.
5. The Corporation commenced its existence on the 8th day of August, 2016 and its existence shall be perpetual.
Jeffrey L. Hrouda
Attorney at Law
1306 N. 13th Street, Suite 101
Norfolk, NE 68701
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VILLAGE OF WAUSA
SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES
August 29, 2016
The Village of Wausa Board of Trustees Special Meeting for the purpose of working on the budget and discussing salaries for FY2016/2017 was called to order Monday, August 29, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. by Chairman Schumacher. Board members present: Schumacher, Nelson, and Burns. Absent: Seagren and Clausen. City employees present: Kleinschmit, Bloomquist, and Albrecht. Also present: Lori Olson and Arlynd Johnson.
Chairman Schumacher stated the Open Meetings Act is posted in the Village Clerk’s office.
It was moved by Burns and seconded by Nelson to use $5,000 of village funds to help regrade and gravel the road to the Woodlawn Cemetery. Ayes: Schumacher, Nelson, and Burns. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen and Seagren. Motion carried. Lincoln Township and Woodlawn Cemetery will also be contributing funds.
Capital outlay and capital improvements expected for next year are: General $31,500 Park/Pool $22,100, Cemetery $18,000 (using cemetery board funds) and $5,000 (village funds), Police $0, Auditorium $124,800, Street $50,000 (street work), $55,000 (machinery) Water $164,000 Sewer $90,000. The Village had to reappropriate estate funds for capital improvements.
Debt Service next fiscal year: water project loan $39,108
Operating Expenses expected for FY2016/2017
General $90,000
Pool/Park $55,000
Cemetery $4,000
Police $70,000
Auditorium $27,000
Street $90,000
Water $85,000
Sewer $60,000
Sanitation $55,000
Housing Reuse fund $4,340
The Board said they will discuss salaries at the next meeting when the other board members are present.
The meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m. with a motion by Nelson and seconded by Burns. Ayes: Schumacher, Burns, and Nelson. Nays: None. Absent: Clausen and Seagren. Motion carried.
Karen Kleinschmit, Clerk
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VILLAGE OF WAUSA
REGULAR MEETING MINUTES
August 1, 2016
The regular meeting of the Village of Wausa Board of Trustees was called to order Monday, August 1, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. by Chairman Schumacher. Board members present: Schumacher, Clausen, Burns, Nelson, and Seagren. City employees present: Callahan, Bloomquist, Kleinschmit, and Albrecht. Also present: Lance Carlson, Kevin Burns, Kendra Suhr, Sara Anderson, Renae Cunningham, Carrie Dawson, Chance Torticill, Dave Carlson, and Brian Wakeley.
Chairman Schumacher stated the Open Meetings Act is posted in the Village Clerk’s office.
Building permits #0916-Dave & Pam Carlson and #1016-Carhart Lumber were reviewed. It was moved by Seagren and seconded by Nelson to approve building permit #0916-Dave & Pam Carlson. Ayes: Clausen, Schumacher, Burns, Nelson, and Seagren. Nays: None. Motion carried. It was moved by Nelson and seconded by Seagren to approve building permit #1016-Carhart Lumber. Ayes: Schumacher, Nelson, and Seagren. Nays: None. Abstain: Burns and Clausen. Motion carried.
Kendra Suhr, Sara Anderson, Renae Cunningham and Carrie Dawson discussed a new swimming pool. Kendra Suhr said she has talked to Viv Novotny from JEO Consulting Group and received information about prices for pools that have been built recently in other towns in Nebraska. Some have ranged from $924,000-$1.7 million dollars. The prices would include demolition of the old structure and a new bathhouse. This would include zero depth entry, slide, and other features. JEO can help with the initial surveys and will meet with them in the near future. They will get more information on grants and JEO would help with that, but they want to have a design in place before they do that. They have some information about grants that Laurel did. In Plainview, they did a bond and approved a .5% sales tax to pay for it. The committee currently has raised $16,000.
The Board said a lot of money would still need to be raised for a new pool.
Kendra Suhr said they are hoping that once they have a design in place they could generate more donors. They first want the go ahead from the Board to see if they could pursue the option to get more information about it. The Board said any decisions would have to come to the Village Board. Viv Novotny from JEO said she could have some meetings with the committee. The Board gave them permission to go ahead and pursue it and to bring back information that would be useful to them. The Board said they appreciated their hard work.
The Board received estimates to install air conditioning in the auditorium building from Torticill’s ElDorado Heating & Air and also Carlson Home and Auto. The Board said right now we needed something for the budget workshop so we have an idea on how much to budget. This information is very helpful to them.
Employee Reports: Bloomquist said after the one year warranty is over on the pumps, the Board might want to consider the service agreement with Iowa Pump Works. Frevert Excavating did get the ditch cleaned out north of softball field. The county did get the streets done. The Board discussed fixing the holes in the streets, cutting them out and pouring with concrete. Bloomquist and Albrecht wanted to thank Community Club for a job well done at the park during Pork Chop Barbecue. They cleaned up everything really well.
The Board discussed a Wellhead protection program. We have the revised Wellhead protection maps now from DEQ. The thick solid lines are the actual WHP area boundaries. They surround the 20 year time-of-travel lines calculated from pumping and basic aquifer information. The NRD is addressing nitrate issues now for other areas. In our area, we haven’t had nitrate issues in town. The Board said they will not pursue a Wellhead protection program at this time.
The minutes of the July 11, 2016 regular meeting and July 11, 2016 special meeting were approved with a motion by Burns and seconded by Seagren. Ayes: Nelson, Schumacher, Clausen, Seagren, and Burns. Nays: None. Motion carried.
The treasurer’s report was approved with a motion by Seagren and seconded by Nelson. Ayes: Clausen, Schumacher, Burns, Seagren and Nelson. Nays: None. Motion carried.
The following bills were reviewed:
Great Plains Comm.-comm., 544.99; Source Gas-gas, utility, 154.20; Cedar-Knox PPD-elec. utility, 5,356.14; MCI-comm, 49.52; One Call Concepts-diggers hotline, 11.73; Wausa Gazette-publication, 129.18; Canon Solutions-office supplies, 93.76; Carlson Law Office-legal services, 450.00; Main Street Grocery-supplies, 97.26; NE Public Health Environmental Lab.-lab fees, 317.00; Telebeep Wireless-pager, 17.11; NE Dept. of Revenue-sales tax, 1,059.76; Servi-Tech Inc.-prof. services, 117.65; NE Dept. of Revenue-withholding, 1,444.01; NE UC Fund-unemployment ins. tax, 34.26; MARC-sewer supplies, 1,017.00; Jack’s Uniforms-clothing allow, police, 165.69; Hawkins-pool supplies, 1,183.50; Galls-clothing allow, police, 24.97; Crouch Recreation-park supplies, 425.00; Knox County Treasurer-armor coat oil, 5,781.51; Central States Lab.-street, park supplies, 3,531.96; Principal Life-ins., 1,241.52; S&L Pole Testing-inspect light poles, park, 600.00; League of NE Municipalities-utilities dues, 406.00; League of NE Municipalities-dues, 599.00; Health Ins.-ins., 3,331.59; Salaries, 20,871.17; Payroll Taxes, 5,248.29; Thea McFarland-lifeguard training, 150.00; Wau-Col-tank reserve, 2,820.00; Bloomquist Plumbing & Elec.-temp. gauge at aud., 104.15; Viking Lumber-supplies, 114.43; Backus-gravel for armor coating, 5,738.78; CHS-fuel, gas, 172.31; Key Sanitation-garbage service, 4,055.50; Wausa Solid Waste Reserve-reserve fund, 95.50; Madison National Life-ins., 46.51; Roger’s Auto-service, police, 53.50
It was moved by Burns and seconded by Clausen that these bills be paid. Ayes: Seagren, Schumacher, Nelson, Clausen, and Burns. Nays: None. Motion carried.
Seagren left at 8:45 p.m.
Resolution #8816, A Resolution agreeing to provide written notice of termination to LARM at least 180 days prior to the desired termination date, which date shall be no sooner than September 30, 2019, was read by Chairman Schumacher. It was moved by Burns and seconded by Clausen to adopt Resolution #8816. Ayes: Schumacher, Clausen, and Burns. Nays: Nelson. Absent: Seagren. Motion carried.
Committee Reports: The Board discussed a bid from Western Roofing for the roof above the Auditorium meat room. They will do it when they do the roof on the north end of the auditorium. The proposal is for $4,532.00. Not included in that price is the rain gutter and downspout. It was moved by Burns and seconded by Nelson to accept Western Roofing’s bid for $4,532.00. Ayes: Clausen, Schumacher, Nelson, and Burns. Nays: None. Absent: Seagren. Motion carried.
The meeting adjourned at 8:55 p.m. with a motion by Burns and seconded by Clausen. Ayes: Nelson, Schumacher, Clausen, and Burns. Nays: None. Absent: Seagren. Motion carried.
The Budget Hearing will be Monday, September 12, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in the Municipal Office. The next regular meeting will be immediately following the Budget Hearing.
A current agenda is kept for inspection and all meetings are open to the public.
Karen Kleinschmit, Clerk
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