Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the County of Nemaha, Nebraska will be held at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 25, 2012 in the Commissioners Chambers, Courthouse Suite 201, Auburn, Nebraska. The meeting is open to the public. Agenda for such meeting is kept continuously current and is available for public inspection at the office of the County Clerk in the Nemaha County Clerk’s office, Courthouse Suite 201, Auburn, NE during normal working hours and also at HYPERLINK “http://www.nemahacounty.ne.gov” www.nemahacounty.ne.gov.
Nemaha County Clerk
Herald - July 19
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Board of Equalization of the County of Nemaha, Nebraska will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 25, 2012 in the Commissioners Chambers, Courthouse Suite 201, Auburn, Nebraska. The meeting is open to the public. Agenda for such meeting is kept continuously current and is available for public inspection at the office of the County Clerk in the Nemaha County Clerk’s office, Courthouse Suite 201, Auburn, NE during normal working hours and also at HYPERLINK “http://www.nemahacounty.ne.gov” www.nemahacounty.ne.gov.
Nemaha County Clerk
Herald - July 19
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
The City of Peru will be flushing hydrants on Tuesday July 31st and August 1st & 2nd if necessary. Please refrain from washing white laundry during this time as sediment in the lines will be stirred up during this process.
We appreciate your cooperation and assistance as we work to improve the quality of water provided to our customers. If you should have any questions, please feel free to contact the
City Office at 402-872-6685.
Herald - July 19, 26
NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF
RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Section 53-135.01 of the Liquor Control Act, a liquor license may be automatically renewed for one year from November 1, 2012 for the following retail licensee:
Class C Liquor License
105 North First St.
Notice is hereby given that written protest to the issuance of automatic renewal of the license may be filed by any resident of the Village of Brownville on or before August 13, 2012 in the office of the Village Clerk; that in the event protests are filed by three or more such persons, a hearing will be held to determine whether continuation of said license should be allowed.
Kay Fish, Village clerk/treasurer
Village of Brownville, NE
Herald - July 19
Minutes of the Village of Brownville Town Board Meeting
July 9, 2012
Meeting called to order at 6:30pm by Chairman Martin Hayes. Board members present Paul Fish, Martin Hansen and Jay Tallmon. Bob Sailors came at 7:00pm. Also present Kay Fish, clerk.
Motion by Hansen, seconded by Tallmon to accept the agenda as written. All yes votes. Motion carried.
Motion by Fish, seconded by Tallmon to approve the minutes of the June 11 meeting as written. All yes votes. Motion carried.
Financial report was reviewed. Fish moved that the financial report be accepted as printed. Hansen seconded. All yes votes. Motion carried.
The claims were reviewed. Hansen moved that the claims be paid as submitted. Fish seconded. All yes votes. Motion carried.
Claims for June 2012
Salaries $ 476.98
Peggy Kuser $35.00
Auburn Newspapers $59.34
The Cleaners $16.00
Tom Rudloff $45.00
Region V SENDS $30.00
The Flower Shoppe $35.00
Kay Fish $330.24
Allison Hayes $200.00
Terry Van Gundy $85.73
U.S. Postal Service $45.00
Midway Direct Enterprises $65.00
General(fire and rescue):
Brownville Rescue Squad $750.00
Midway Direct Enterprises $10.00
Marty Hayes $20.00
Midway Direct Enterprises $20.00
NE Dept. of Revenue $167.58
Midway Direct Enterprises $30.00
Clifton Welding $2,055.00
Midway Direct Enterprises $25.00
NE Dept. of Revenue $202.30
Rural Water District $1,795.00
Great Plains One Call $8.08
Projects, Buildings and Equipment:
Hayes was asked by a village resident if the blacktop on Second Street could be extended to the brush dump driveway. Fish wanted to know where the Village property line is. Tallmon stated that the village does not want to pave that part of the street if it is county property. If it is county property they may be willing to put asphalt chips on this portion of the street.
Fish was asked to contact contractors for bids on the street work in the Village for 2012.
Hansen said he will be responsible for the clearing of trees and brush around the Village when the weather cools.
The County has looked at the bridge on Third Street and will be repairing it with pilings.
The County will be calling the One Call Service about areas they were unable to grade earlier and will return to finish the grading of the side of the streets.
Tallmon will contact the NRD about the rock dust by the grain elevator.
Hansen noticed that during some performances of the Theater, Water St. is completely blocked. This must remain open for fire and rescue vehicles. A letter will be written to the Theater to inform them of this situation.
Hansen has authorized a new curb stop be installed at the Erma Myers residence.
Fish moved that the Village retain Peggy Kuser as the Village CPA. Tallmon seconded. All yes votes. Motion carried.
The members studied the building permit request of John Solie. Tallmon moved and Fish seconded that the building permit be approved. All yes votes. Motion carried.
Fish discussed the possibility of reopening the campgrounds south of Riverside Park. He wanted to know about sewer and electric possibilities. Hayes stated that you can’t go deep enough for a sewer but a pole and transformer could be put in for electricity. Concrete pads are already in place, but need to be unearthed. Hansen would want to know what the Village’s liability would be. Hayes suggested that the interested entities contact our engineering firm, JEO, for further assistance.
The Village is considering capping two wells. Fish questioned why we had to cap the wells. He was told that it is mandated by the state. The Nemaha Natural Resources District has a cost share assistance on approved well abandonment costs of $500.00 per well.
Tallmon moved that we apply for two cost share assistance grants for helping with the expense of capping our wells. Fish seconded. All yes votes. Motion carried.
A FEMA survey was discussed and Hayes and Hansen will fill it out for the Village.
Sailors wants an announcement made before each board meeting that the Open Meetings Act is posted on the east wall of the meeting room as is required by law. This will be done beginning with the August meeting.
Tallmon moved and Fish seconded that the meeting be adjourned. All yes votes. Motion carried. Adjournment at 7:15pm.
Kay Fish, clerk/treasure
Herald - July 19
JOHNSON-BROCK BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING
JULY 9, 2012 – 8:00 P.M.
Members Present: Darren Oestmann, President, Keith Bohling, Vice-President, David Bohling, Secretary, Duane Caspers, Arlen Grotrian, Lonnie Neddenriep.
Also Present: Jeffrey Koehler, Superintendent, Megan Howe, Joetta Sims, Board Recorder, Julia Oestmann, Kelsey Bohling, DeeAnn Richardson, Brian Clark, Micah & Amalia Spruth-Janssen, Alissa Gerdes, Jim Gerking, Samantha, Melody & Tim Teten.
The regular meeting of the Johnson-Brock Board of Education, District #N-23, was convened in the Superintendent’s Office at 8:00 p.m. by President Darren Oestmann. Roll call: D. Bohling, here; K. Bohling, here; Caspers, here; Grotrian, here; Neddenriep, here; Oestmann, here. Advance notice of the meeting was legally posted, and it was noted that the Open Meeting Law was posted on the south wall.
Moved by Keith Bohling to accept the agenda as presented. Seconded by Arlen Grotrian. Roll call vote: All ayes. Motion carried.
Moved by Lonnie Neddenriep to accept the minutes of the regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting held Monday, June 11, 2012. Seconded by Duane Caspers. Roll call vote: David Bohling, aye; Keith Bohling, abstain; Caspers, aye; Grotrian, aye; Neddenriep, aye; Oestmann, aye. Motion carried.
Moved by David Bohling to accept the claims as presented in the amount of $48,962.40 from the General Fund. Seconded by Duane Caspers. Roll call vote: All ayes. Motion carried.
Card Services $33.08
Verizon Wireless $91.74
Seminole Retail Energy $335.59
American Recycling $292.00
Apple Inc. $3,591.00
AS Central Services $221.90
Auburn Newspapers $133.59
Sandra Behrends $31.08
Bennets Auto Body $52.00
BMI Educational Services $303.29
Board of Public Works $3,155.24
Capital Business Systems $1,242.59
Cengage Learning $2,755.23
Dietze Music House $5,300.00
E A I Education $48.85
E.S.U. No. 4 $2,469.50
E.S.U. No. 6 $562.31
Edwards Chemicals $1,016.98
Eggers Brothers Inc. $1,550.00
First Bankcard $1,736.22
First Bankcard $22.87
Flex One $96.00
Follett Library Resources $4,521.54
Tara Gossman $175.89
Govconnection, Inc $26.01
Hardwood Heaven $3,068.00
Holiday Inn of Kearney $254.85
J.W. Pepper & Son Inc. $174.99
Johnson County Medical $344.00
Johnson Quik Stop $616.26
Madison National Life $548.62
McGraw-Hill Companies $709.91
Nebraska Powerschool $50.00
Michael Neemann $46.92
PRTS, LLC $250.80
Quill Corporation $226.42
Ram Exterminators, Inc $50.00
Really Good Stuff $154.25
Resources For Educators $458.00
Sack Lumber Company $47.27
Scholastic Inc $12.74
School Specialty $1,301.29
Irene Seeba $166.97
Joetta Sims $56.95
Sylvia Smith $240.88
Software Unlimited Inc $2,995.00
Sunmart #728 $7.58
Teacher Direct $88.02
Tigerdirect Inc $1,179.21
Wagner’s Feed Store $79.80
Wieser Educational $1,270.42
Checking Account Total $48,962.40
Grand Total $48,962.40
Moved by Duane Caspers to approve the June 22, 2012 claim paid to the Johnson-Brock Public Schools Foundation in the amount of $74,000 to cover initial claims pending receipt of grant funds for the football field turf. Seconded by Arlen Grotrian. Roll call vote: All ayes. Motion carried.
National History Day competitors addressed the Board with a review of the presentations made in College Park, Maryland. Students Kelsey Bohling, Alissa Gerdes, Micah Spruth-Janssen, and Samantha Teten, along with parents Amalia Spruth-Janssen, Tim and Melody Teten described the overall experience and expressed gratitude for the support from the Board to enable the students to benefit from such an opportunity. Micah Spruth-Janssen placed sixth nationally for his presentation, which was the highest placing of any Nebraska competitor.
Julia Oestmann reported on the civics leadership program in which she, Jaceey McCoy, and instructor Lori Broady participated, including five days in Omaha at UNO, followed by a trip to Washington, D.C. where they were able to witness much of what was learned in Omaha. The program was funded in full by the sponsoring organization from UNO and the Nebraska Department of Education.
The Principal’s written report included a summary of the Data Retreat held June 6 and 7 attended by Mrs. Kelsay, along with instructors Sandy Behrends, Jan Gerdes, Megan Howe, Nicole Lade, Irene Seeba, Mary Stewart, Tera Stutheit, Jane Wenzl, and Karen Wolken. Mrs. Kelsay also reported that the D.A.R.E. program would be held in 2012-2013 through the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Department, funded by the Region V Systems.
The Superintendent’s report included an update of the negotiations process, with details to be discussed later in closed session. The resolution for an interlocal agreement with Sterling Public Schools for Spanish classes is on the agenda, as well as the final reading of Policy 5008 Attendance Policy and Excessive Absenteeism. A vehicle mileage report for 2011-2012 was included in the agenda materials. Mr. Koehler reported he would meet with bus drivers on July 18 to establish bus routes for the new school year. He reviewed the availability of handicap accessible vehicles. Mr. Koehler reported that several trees had been trimmed by Harold Richardson and that the recommendation was made to take down the large maple tree on the southwest corner of the premises. Mr. Koehler stated that decision could be made later.
Jim Gerking presented an update of the football field turf project. To date, costs are within $300 of projected costs. Additional gravel will be spread before the carpet is installed. Mr. Gerking estimated that the donated work to date amounts to approximately $95,000. He noted that the grant funds will be received in May or June, 2013.
Moved by Keith Bohling to approve the second and final reading of Board Policy 5008, Attendance Policy and Excessive Absenteeism. Seconded by David Bohling. Roll call vote: All ayes. Motion carried.
Moved by Arlen Grotrian to approve renewal of membership in the Nebraska Rural Community Schools Association for 2012-2013 at a cost of $700. Seconded by Lonnie Neddenriep. Roll call vote: All ayes. Motion carried.
Moved by Duane Caspers to approve the resolution to enter into a Consortium through an Interlocal Cooperation Act Agreement for a Spanish Teacher with Sterling Public Schools. Seconded by Keith Bohling. Mr. Koehler noted that since both Sterling and Johnson-Brock belong to Network Nebraska, $1000 will be received each semester by each school to help defray the costs. Roll call vote: All ayes. Motion carried.
Moved by David Bohling to enter into executive session at 8:42 p.m. to protect the public interest and prevent needless injury to the reputation of an individual. Seconded by Keith Bohling. Roll call vote: All ayes. Motion carried.
Moved by Lonnie Neddenriep to return to regular session at 9:38 p.m. Seconded by Duane Caspers. Roll call vote: All ayes. Motion carried.
Moved by Arlen Grotrian to adjourn the regularly scheduled July Board of Education meeting at 9:39 p.m. Seconded by David Bohling. Roll call vote: All ayes. Motion carried.
The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Johnson-Brock Public Schools Board of Education will be held August 13, 2012 at 8:00 p.m.
Herald - July 19
Case No. PR 12-26
Estate of DUEY OESTMANN, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that on July 2, 2012, in the County Court of Nemaha County, Nebraska, the Registrar issued a written statement of Informal Probate of the Will of the Deceased and Myrna R. Esluer, 5832 Blondo Street, Omaha, NE 68104, has been appointed Personal Representative. Creditors must file their claims with this Court on or before September 5, 2012, or be forever barred.
BYAM & HOARTY
8990 West Dodge Road, Suite 317
Omaha, NE 68114
Attorneys for Applicant
Herald - July 5, 12, 19
The Board of Commissioners of the County of Nemaha, Nebraska will hold a public hearing on July 25, 2012 at 10:00 a.m., Commissioners Chambers, Nemaha County Courthouse, 1824 N Street, Auburn NE to consider the closing or vacating of County Road #117 beginning at the NW corner of the SW ¼, Section 9 T6N R13E, south to the north bank of the Little Nemaha River located in the County of Nemaha, Nebraska.
Dated this 3rd day of July, 2012.
Nemaha County Clerk
Herald - July 5, 12, 19
The Board of Commissioners of the County of Nemaha, Nebraska will hold a public hearing on July 25, 2012 at 10:15 a.m., Commissioners Chambers, Nemaha County Courthouse, 1824 N Street, Auburn NE to consider the closing or vacating of County Road #49 beginning at the South quarter corner of Section 5 T6N R13E, or beginning 2,640 feet west of SE corner Section 5 T6N R13E, west to the bank of the Little Nemaha River located in the County of Nemaha, Nebraska.
Dated this 3rd day of July, 2012.
Nemaha County Clerk
Herald - July 5, 12, 19
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF NEMAHA COUNTY,
Estate of Gladys Hutton, Deceased
Estate No. PR 11-25
Notice is hereby given that a final account and report of administration and a Petition for complete settlement, probate of Will and determination of heirs have been filed and are set for hearing in the County Court of Nemaha County, Nebraska located at 1824 N Street, Auburn, Nebraska 68305, on August 9, 2012 at or after 1:30 o’clock p.m.
Robert E. Hutton, Personal Representative
72526 644 Avenue
Nemaha, NE 68414
Kelly J. Werts #20509
WERTS & ZISKEY, PC
1901 N Street
Auburn, NE 68305
Fax (402) 274-2445
Herald - July 12, 19, 26
Notice of Trustee’s Sale
TS No.: 12 -0037200
TSG No.: 12-0059742-01
The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder At the East front door of the Nemaha County Courthouse, 1824 N Street, Auburn, NE 68305, on the August 06, 2012 between the hours of 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. (10:00 AM ):LOTS THREE (3), FOUR (4) AND THE NORTH HALF (N1/2) OF LOT FIVE (5) IN BLOCK FIFTEEN (15) IN CALVERT ADDITION TO AUBURN, NEMAHA COUNTY, NEBRASKA. All subject to any and all: (1) real estate taxes, (2) special assessments, (3) easements, covenants, restrictions, ordinances, and resolutions of record which affect the property, and (4) unpaid water bills, (5) prior mortgages and trust deed of record and (6) ground leases of record. The purchaser is responsible for all fees or taxes. This sale is made without any warranties as to title or condition of the property. By: RECONTRUST COMPANY, N.A., Trustee 2380 Performance Dr, TX2-984-0407 Richardson, TX 75082 (800) 281-8219 A-4260052 06/28/2012, 07/05/2012, 07/12/2012, 07/19/2012, 07/26/2012
Herald - June 28, July 5, 12, 19, 26
Educational Service Unit 4, Auburn, Nebraska, will destroy Special Education Records of students served by ESU 4 prior to 2005. This procedure is in compliance with Nebraska Department of Education Rule 51-009.03M2. Please note that student’s home district may also have these records. The process for destroying these records will occur at ESU 4 on July 24, 2012.
Educational Service Unit 4
919 16th Street, Auburn, Nebraska 68305
402 274 4354
Herald - July 12, 19
proceedings of the nemaha county board of commissioners meeting
july 11, 2012
County Board of Commissioners of the County of Nemaha, State of Nebraska met on July 11, 2012, Commissioner’s Chambers, Nemaha County Courthouse, Auburn NE for a regular scheduled meeting. Notice of meeting published in the Nemaha County Herald on July 5, 2012. The agenda for the meeting was kept continually current and available for public inspection at the office of Nemaha County Clerk during normal business hours and also on the Nemaha County website. The agenda was held open until one business day prior to the meeting for appearance before the board and items for approval by the Board of Commissioners. The Board of Commissioners has the right to modify the agenda to include items of an emergency nature only at such public meeting.
Chairman Hutton called the meeting to order at 8:10 a.m. Present for the meeting: Commissioner District 1 Bob Hutton, Commissioner District 2 Dennis Wittmann, Commissioner District 3 Marvin Bohling and County Clerk Joyce Oakley.
Chairman Hutton noted the posting of the Open Meeting Poster and the availability of the Open Meeting Handouts to the public.
Dave Swanson, Nemaha County Herald; Renee Crister, EMA Director; Jim Oestmann, United Healthcare Ins. representative
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to approve the agenda as presented. Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Wittmann, aye; Bohling, aye.
Motion by Bohling, seconded by Witmann to approve the June 27, 2012 regular scheduled meeting minutes with no corrections. Roll call vote: Bohling, aye; Wittmann, aye; Hutton, aye.
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to approve the claims for payment as presented by the County Clerk and authorized for payment by the Board of Commissioners. Roll call vote: Wittmann, aye; Hutton, aye; Bohling, aye.
Mark Mainelli, MWA and Bob Hilske – NRD’s Buck Creek Project – Mark Mainelli with Mainelli Wagner & Associates and Bob Hilske, Director NRD visited with the BOC regarding the progress of the Buck Creek Project.
Loras Baumhover, Veterans Service Officer visited with the BOC regarding his work hours and requirements of other outside work duties required by his position.
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to approve the FY 2012-2013 Agreement for Emergency Protective Custody Services with Region V Systems in the amount of $121.00 for each day or fraction thereof for emergency protective custody services for residents of Nemaha County. Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Wittmann, aye; Bohling, aye.
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to table the approval of the Engineering Study, conducted by the City of Auburn for reducing the speed limits on west 26th street until July 25, 2012 meeting. Roll call vote: Wittmann, aye; Bohling, aye; Hutton, aye.
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to adopt Resolution 2012-23 Release Pledged Security 3134G2PM8 in the amount of $250,000.00 to First National Bank of Johnson. Roll call vote: Bohling, aye; Wittmann, aye; Hutton, aye.
Motion by Bohling seconded by Wittmann to approve the Program Agreement between Nemaha County and Nebraska Department of Roads for BRO-7064(19) Brock Northwest. Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Bohling, aye; Wittmann, aye.
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to adopt Resolution 2012-24 authorizing the chairman to sign the Program Agreement between Nemaha County and Nebraska Department of Roads for Bro-7064(19) Brock Northwest. Roll call vote: Wittmann, aye; Bohling, aye; Hutton, aye.
Motion by Bohling, seconded by Wittmann to approve the Program Agreement between Nemaha County and Nebraska Department of Roads for BRO-7064(13) Brock Southwest. Roll call vote: Bohling, aye; Hutton, aye; Wittmann, aye.
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to adopt Resolution 2012-25 authorizing the chairman of the Board of Commissioners to sign the Program Agreement between Nemaha County and Department of Roads for BRO-7064(13) Brock Southwest. Roll cal vote: Wittmann, aye; Hutton, aye; Bohling, aye.
Motion by Bohling, seconded by Wittmann to amend the agenda to include #8 Approval of late submission of Homestead Exemption application for Judy Kimball and #9 and approval of all late homestead exemption applications received by the County Assessor before July 20th. Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Bohling, aye; Wittmann, aye.
County Assessor Jana Smith presented the Homestead Exemption Application for Judy Kimball, which was submitted after the July 1st deadline. Motion by Bohling, seconded by Wittmann to approve the late submission of Homestead Exemption Application for Judy Kimball. Roll call vote: Wittmann, aye, Hutton, aye; Bohling, aye.
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to approve all late submission Homestead Exemption Applications received by the County Assessor before the deadline, July 20, 2012 as set forth in NE Rev. State Statute 77-3513. Roll call vote: Bohling, aye; Wittmann, aye; Hutton, aye.
The following claims were approved for payment by the Board of Commissioners and authorize the County Clerk for payment:
Action Tech, se 250.00
American Recycling, se 1,495.92
Ameritas Life, ret 4,794.48
AS Central Finance, se 448.00
Aub Newspaper, pub 773.44
Black Hills, ut 18.60
Bd Public Works, ut 4,316.78
Bohling, Marvin, mi 119.88
Cain, James, atty fe 600.00
Capital Business, se 727.44
Captain Handy, bldg re 2,920.00
Casey’s, fu 1,485.02
CenTec Cast, su 691.40
Center Public, reg 875.00
Consolidated, me 18.00
Credit Manage, garn 144.75
Credit Manage, garn 267.24
Culligan, su 143.15
Dell Marketing, eq 1,112.23
Fankhauser, Allen, cont 4,266.67
G&O Painting, bldg re 245.00
Hector, Amy, me 14.00
Hines, Charles, mi 39.96
Hometown Brand, eq 85.94
Hunters Headquarter, eq 18.00
Hutton, William, se 453.00
Kathleen Laughlin, garn 207.00
Latimer Reporting, se 66.70
Lesoing, Gary, mi 54.39
Lynch’s, su 1.69
Martin, V Marie, cont 1,796.60
MIPS Inc, sftwr 1,350.41
Modern Methods, cont 532.66
NE Law Enforce, ldg 180.00
NE Public Hlth, bl al 84.00
Nem Co Child Spt, se 220.91
Nem Co Clerk, hra 548.89
Nem Co Court, fe 262.00
Nem Co Sheriff, fe, mi 578.33
Nem Co Tax, ss, fwh 8,724.66
Nem Co Treas,wit fe 220.00
Owen Dunn, su 110.94
Paper Tiger, se 35.00
Presto-X, se 1,016.47
Region V, se 3,225.25
Richardson County, se 42.57
Rieger, Rachel, bd pr 847.35
River Valley, proj 546.18
Smith, Jana, mi 126.30
The Cleaners, se 426.00
The Hartford, annt 100.00
U-Save Pharm, me su 63.74
Van Gundy Art, proj 81.00
Vlach, Richard, su 77.85
Wolters Kluwer, su 136.50
American Recycle, se 59.00
Ameritas Life, ret 2,104.87
Bd Public Works,ut 449.05
Calvary Spv, garn 163.08
DeBuhr, Mark, mi 5.00
Eggers, pts, su 183.56
Farmers Coop, oil 210.00
Hines, Charles, mi 5.00
Inland Truck, pts 776.72
Johnson Quik, su 2.99
Lawson Products, su 324.88
Lueders Petro, fu,oil 7,171.95
Lynch’s Hardware, su 6.99
NE Truck Equip, pts 165.68
Nem Co Tax, ss, fwh 4,204.40
Nem Co Treas, fe 15.00
NMC, pts 198.09
Smith, Sam, mi 31.08
Village Nemaha, ut 61.00
Walker, Phil, mi 21.09
Wick’s Sterling, pts 560.01
Wise-Mack, pts 808.32
Aub Newspaper, pub 5.02
County Visitors Improvement
5 Rivers RCD, reim 7,500.00
Aim Institute, se 1,000.00
Ameritas Life, ret 295.65
Gage County, trng 155.00
Nem Co Tax, ss, fwh 644.95
4Imprint, su 1,384.25
911 Emergency Service
American Tower, se 689.52
KS HCI, se 990.00
With no further business to come before the Board of Commissioners, motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to adjourn at 12:13 p.m. Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Bohling, aye; Wittmann, aye.
Bob Hutton, Chairman
Board of Commissioners
I, Joyce Oakley, the undersigned County Clerk of Nemaha County, Nebraska do hereby certify the foregoing minutes are true and are a part of the official records of this office. A complete copy of the minutes is available during normal business hours at the Nemaha County Clerk’s office.
Herald - July 19
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF NEMAHA COUNTY NEBRASKA
CASE NO. CI 12-50
MARVIN CASPERS, Plaintiff v.
LEE A. GUTZMER, BRENDA DUTCHER, JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE, REAL NAMES UNKNOWN, JOHN E. GUTZMER, TRUSTEE OF THE GUTZMER FAMILY TRUST; RICHARDSON COUNTY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, A NEBRASKA CORPORATION, And all other person Unknown having or claiming any Right, title or interest in the South Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 1, Township 4 North, Range 13 East, Nemaha County, Nebraska, and in Lot 1 and 2 and the East 330 feet of the fractional Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter and The fractional North Half of the North East Quarter, all in Section 1, Township 4 North, Range 13 East, Nemaha County, Nebraska, Defendants
TO: JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE; JOHN GUTZMER AND JOHN DOE OR JANE DOE, TRUSTEE OF THE GUTZMER FAMILY TRUST; AND ALL PERSONS CLAIMING ANY INTEREST IN THE ABOVE DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE:
You will take Notice that the Plaintiff did on the 29the day of May, 2012, file his Complaint against you in the above entitled court, praying for the foreclosure of real estate tax sale certificates on the following described real estate, to wit: The South Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 1, Township 4 North, Range 13 East, Nemaha County, Nebraska, and in Lot 1 and 2 and the East 330 feet of the fractional Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter and the fractional North Half of the North East Quarter, all in Section 1, Township 4 North, Range 13 East, Nemaha County, Nerbaska;
The object and prayer of which is the foreclsure of real estate tax sale certificates issued by the Nemaha County Treasurer on said property; praying that Plaintiff be adjudged a valid, prior, paramount and first lien upon each tract of the real estate in the amount of taxes, special assessments and other charges assessed and levied against the real estate that Plaintiff paid, plus interest from and after the date of payment at the rate of 14% per annum; and whatever interest in, right to or title to or lien upon the real estate herein Defendants or any of them may have is inferior, junior and subject to the lien held by the Plaintiff. Plaintiff also prays that an accounting be had of the amount due Plaintiff by virtue of his lien on each tract for unpaid taxes, interests, costs and for attorney’s fees as provided for by law; that Plaintiff be adjudged to be entitled to foreclose his lien on each tract of the real estate at public sale to satisfy the decree so entered. In default of payment of such sums found to be due and owing to the Plaintiff for 20 days from the entry of decree herein, each tract of the real estate herein shall be sold for the satifaction of the lien; and further prays that the Defendants and each of them be foreclosed and forever barred of all claims upon, interest in, right or title to, lien upon or equity of redemption in the real estate; and upon the sale of the real estate and upon the payments by the purchaser of all subsequent taxes which shall have accrued, the purchaser there shall take a good an indefeasible title to the real estate and shall be placed in possession thereof; that judgment be entered in Plaintiff’s favor and against each tract of the real estate in the principal amount of the taxes paid as alleged herein, plus interest computed at 14% per annum from and after the date each item of said taxes was paid, plus title reports costs, court costs, lis pendens filing costs and attorney’s fees permitted by law in the amount of 10% of the total amount due to Plaintiff; and for such other and further relief as the Court deems just and equitable.
You are required to accept or plead to said Complaint on or before the 21st day of August, 2012, or the allegations of said complaint will be taken as true and judgment rendered accordingly.
MARVIN CASPERS, Plaintiff
James H. Cain #15527
Attorney for Plaintiff
1920 O Street
Auburn, NE 68305
Herald - June 28, July 5, 12, 19
NOTICE TO FATHER BY
PUBLICATION LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF THE PATERNITY OF H.H. to T.H. and John Doe, described as a white male.
You have been identified as the biological father or possible biological father of a caucasian female child whom the biological mother currently intends to place for adoption or for whom the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services is currently conducting adoption planning. The placement occurred on or about May 25, 2010.
H.H. was conceived on or about December 22, 2007 in Omaha, NE and was born on September 22, 2008 in Omaha, NE.
If you are the biological father, you have the right to: 1) deny paternity; 2) waive any parental rights you may have; 3) relinquish and consent to adoption; 4) file a Notice of Objection to Adoption and Intent to Obtain Custody pursuant to Nebraska Revised Statute section 43-104.02 or; 5) object to the adoption in a proceeding before any Nebraska court which has adjudicated you to be the biological father of the child prior to your receipt of notice.
In order to deny paternity, waive your parental rights, relinquish and consent to the adoption or receive additional information to determine whether you are the father of H.H., you must contact the undersigned agency. If you wish to object to the adoption and seek custody of the child you must seek legal counsel from you own attorney immediately.
BY: Nebraska Families Collaborative
Family Permanency Specialist
2110 Papillion Parkway Suite 110
Omaha, NE 68164
(402) 402-2525 fax
Herald - July 12, 19, 26