PROCEEDINGS OF THE NEMAHA COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MEETING
OCTOBER 26, 2011
County Board of Commissioners of the County of Nemaha, State of Nebraska met on October 26, 2011, Commissioner’s Chambers, Nemaha County Courthouse, Auburn NE for a regular scheduled meeting. Notice of meeting published in the Nemaha County Herald on October 20, 2011. 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 8:03 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.
Visitors present – Dave Swanson, Nemaha County Herald
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to approve the agenda as presented. Roll call vote: Bohling, aye; Wittmann, aye; Hutton, aye.
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to approve the October 12, 2011 regular scheduled meeting minutes with no corrections. Roll call vote: Wittmann, aye; Bohling, aye; Hutton, aye.
Motion by Bohling, seconded by Wittmann to approve the claims for payment as presented by the County Clerk and authorized for payment by the Board of Commissioners. Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Bohling, aye; Wittmann, aye.
James Slatten, Magellan Pipeline visited with the board regarding moving existing soil downgrade to provide sufficient cover over 2 existing petroleum pipelines on 720 road 1,500’ east of 647 Ave., pour a 20’x25’x6” concrete pad over lines, add rip rap to sides and then place dirt over the pad. Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to approve Permit #2011-07 to Perform Work on Public Right of Way for Magellan Pipeline and to install a concrete pad over petroleum lines on 720 Road. Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Wittmann, aye; Bohling, aye.
The following fuel bids for November, 2011 were received: Lueders Petroleum No. 2 Diesel $3.595, Unleaded $3.225; Farmers Coop No. 2 Diesel $3.545, Unleaded $3.146. Motion by Bohling, seconded by Wittmann to award the fuel bid for the month November, 2011 to Farmers Coop Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Wittmann, aye; Bohling, aye.
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to adopt Resolution 2011-41 Amendment & Addendum to NIRMA/NIRMAII Intergovernmental/Interlocal Agreements to recommit for membership in NIRMA for another 3 year period from July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2015. Roll call vote: Bohling, aye; Hutton, aye; Wittmann, aye.
Motion by Bohling, seconded by Wittmann to approve Omaha Public Power District application #161 to set pole in single phase primary overhead line, 2 miles east and .5 mile south of Brock for Dennis Jeanneret. Roll call vote: Wittmann, aye; Hutton, aye; Bohling, aye.
Motion by Bohling, seconded by Wittmann to approve Omaha Public Power District application #162 to install 3 spans primary overhead and set 3 poles in R-O-W 7 miles South and ½ mile west of Auburn for Willard Graber. Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Bohling, aye; Wittmann, aye
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to adopt Resolution 2011-42 approving the NDOR Combined Consultant Selection, NEPA, Uniform Act, Signing of Financial Management Systems Certification and authorizing the signature of the chairman of the Board of Commissioners for funding of Federal Aid Highway Bridge projects. Roll call vote: Bohling, aye; Wittmann, aye; Hutton, aye.
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to adopt Resolution 2011-43 redistricting the Commissioner Districts to make them equal in size according to the 2010 census. Roll call vote: Wittmann, aye; Hutton, aye; Bohling, aye.
Motion by Bohling, seconded by Wittmann to authorize the Nemaha County Sheriff to purchase a 2012 Dodge Charger from the state bid as soon as it is posted so long as it is less than $25,000.00 and to trade 2 sheriff vehicles if trade in value of $2,500.00 or more is received for each vehicle. Roll call vote: Bohling, aye; Hutton, aye; Wittmann, aye.
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to adopt Resolution 2011-44 approving the subdivision of a 5.95 acre tract of land in Section 30 T5N R14E for Charles Grotrian. Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Wittmann, aye; Bohling, aye.
Motion by Wittmann, seconded by Bohling to authorize the chairman to sign NDOR’s Task Order Agreement for PE Services On-Call Wetland Delineation and Stream Delineation with Olsson Associates for Brock North ER-3675(7) Control 13145. Roll call vote: Bohling, aye; Hutton, aye; Wittmann, aye.
The following claims were approved for payment by the Board of Commissioners and authorize the County Clerk for payment:
Salaries $ 38,125.20
AFLAC, ins 532.60
Ameritas Life Ins, ret 5,549.80
As Central, se 215.00
Aub Family Hlth, me se 1,651.00
Beasterfield, B, reim 112.73
Black Hills Energy, ut 149.36
Blaser, Jesse, reim 289.20
Blue Rivers Aging, se 1,885.75
Blue Valley Door, bldg re 3,279.70
Bohl Plumb Htg, bldg re 65.00
Bohling, Marvin, mi 153.04
Capital Business, cont 97.14
Capital Business, cont 287.65
Credit Manage, garn 110.00
Critser, Renee, reim 25.04
Culligan, su 40.40
Dept Correction, bd pr 2,022.37
DMV, se 6.00
Dugan-Hinrichs, se 75.00
Durant, Debra, mi 82.84
Eakes Office, su 106.81
Edwards Chemicals, su 318.88
Elliott, Ron, cont 2,591.75
Fankhauser, reim 68.54
GE Capital, ma ag 69.22
Gerdes, Jana, reim 150.00
GT Distributor, su 130.10
Holiday Inn, ldg 974.65
Holmes, Scott, se 100.00
IBM, ma ag 1,267.76
Johnson, Danny, reim 150.00
Kathleen Laughlin, garn 207.00
Lesoing, Gary, mi 217.55
Liberty Nat’l, ins 20.40
Madison Sheriff, se 15.94
Maximus, se 2,537.50
Mellage, Mary, se 55.25
Metlife, annt 11.16
Meyer, Jane, mi, pstg 260.50
Moyer, Casey, reim 144.60
Nat’l Dist Atty, du 95.00
Nat’l Sheriff Assoc, du 50.00
NE Hlth Human, se 534.00
Nem Co Clerk, ins 505.72
Nem Co Hospital, me se 2,753.66
Nem Co Tax, ss, fwh 10,435.59
Nem Co Tax, nwh 2,547.80
Nem Co Treasurer, trans 10,000.00
Oakley, Joyce, mi 462.42
Orscheln, su 33.57
Pamida, su 40.80
Petersens Auto, se 1,111.76
Physicians Desk, su 64.95
Pitney Bowes, ma ag 142.00
Presto-X-Co, se 199.00
Quill, su 719.73
Ramada Inn, ldg 75.00
Region V Aub, se 67.50
Region V Sys, se 121.00
Reserve Acct, pstg 3,000.00
Richardson Co, se 2,731.00
Rieger, Rachel, bd pr 2,208.50
Shawano Co, se 12.50
Skyline Const, bldg re 12,845.00
The Hartford, annt 100.00
United Healthcare, ins 12,635.56
UNL Extension, reim 35.00
UNL IS Comm, se 107.54
Verizon Wireless, se 155.08
Waddell & Reed, annt 25.00
Washington Nat’l, ins 31.00
Wayne Co Sheriff, se 37.00
West Payment, sub 63.00
Windstream, se 1,732.13
AFLAC, ins 210.20
Ameritas, ret 2,149.92
Bulldog Auto, pts,su 856.81
D&D Comm, pts 23.00
Johnson Quik, ti re 278.88
Lawson Products, su 59.88
Liberty Nat’l, ins 168.62
Martin Marietta, rk 12,653.51
Midwest Service, su 300.00
NE Public Emp, un du 560.00
Nem Co Clerk, reim 100.00
Nem Co Tax, ss, fwh 4,341.40
Nem Co Tax, nwh 1,234.39
Nem Co Treasurer, fe 12.50
NMC, pts 67.56
Orscheln, su 139.94
Powerplan, pts 153.29
Rose Equip, su 1,369.50
Schneider OK, ti re 4,474.29
United Healthcare, ins 7,151.04
Washington Nat’l, ins 28.00
Wick’s Sterling, pts,la 445.79
Windstream, se 190.05
Windstream, se 40.00
Nem Co Treasurer, trans 5,628.59
Auburn Fire Dept, adv 1,489.87
Kruger, Mary, mi 24.98
Ameritas, ret 332.24
Aub Newspaper, sub 40.00
Boeve, Ashleigh, mi 11.10
Nem Co Tax, ss, fwh 660.13
Nem Co Tax, nwh 191.83
Osborne, Laura, mi 58.83
Pamida, su 64.93
Region V Sys, su 210.00
Tri-State Office, su 136.20
Verizon Wireless, se 135.83
Wells Fargo Bank, su 156.20
Whisler, Kayleigh, mi 11.10
Windstream, se 825.13
Windstream, se 314.88
911 Emergency Service
Motorola Solution, eq 16,695.20
Windstream, se 573.40
Windstream, se 218.82
annt, annuity; atty fe, attorney fees; bd pr, board of prisoners; bldg re, building repair; bl al, blood alcohol; cont, contract; du, dues; eq, equipment; fe, fees; fu, fuel; ins, insurance;la, labor; ma ag, maintenance agreement; me, meals; me se, medical service; mi, mileage;pts, parts; reim, reimbursement; ret, retirement; se, service; su, supplies; ti re, tire repair;ut, utilities
With no further business to come before the Board of Commissioners, motion by Bohling, seconded by Wittmann to adjourn at 10:45 a.m. Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Wittmann, aye; Bohling, 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 - Nov. 3
REQUEST FOR QUOTES
NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT
RFQ NO. 11170
Quotes to provide snow and ice removal services for Nebraska Public Power District’s Sheridan Learning Center, Emergency Operations Facility and the Peru Learning Facility will be received in accordance with the Request for Quote (RFQ) No. 11170 until 5:00 p.m., CST, on November 8, 2011.
Herald - Nov. 3
The Nemaha County Visitors committee will hold a special meeting, November 8, 2011, 1:30 p.m., Suite 105, Lower Level Courthouse, Auburn. To review the financial application from The Brownville Concert Series. The public is welcome to attend.
Herald - Nov. 3
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
The City of Auburn is requesting proposals for the services of a licensed real estate auctioneer to sell real estate in Auburn Nebraska at public auction at a date and time later determined.
All proposals or bids shall be submitted to the Auburn City Hall, 1101 “J” Street, in writing by the 18th day of November, 2011 at Noon. License and authority to sell real property in the State of Nebraska is required as a part of the proposal or bid. All bids shall include proposed commission, estimated cost to sell, and estimated timeline for sale or date of sale.
Any further questions, please contact City Clerk at City Hall at 402 274-3420.
The City reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any informalities or irregularities within the proposal.
Herald - Nov. 3
NOTICE OF NRD MEETING
The Nemaha Natural Resources District Board of Directors will hold their regular meeting at *7:00 p.m. Thursday, November 10, 2011, at the NRDheadquarters in Tecumseh, Nebraska. Individual committee meetings begin at *6:00 p.m. An agenda is being kept current at the office – 62161 Hwy 136, Tecumseh, NE 68450.
Herald - Nov. 3
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, November 9, 2011 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 www.nemahacounty.ne.gov.
Nemaha County Clerk
Herald - Nov. 3
EXTENSION BOARD MEETING
The Nemaha County Extension will hold an Extension Board Meeting, Thursday, November 10, 2011, 7:00 p.m. at the Meeting Room in the basement of the Courthouse, Auburn.
The agenda is maintained at the Nemaha County Extension Office, Courthouse - Auburn, 402-274-4755, and is posted at the Nemaha County Courthouse.
Herald - Nov. 3
City Council Proceedings
September 26, 2011
The Mayor and Council of the City of Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska, were called to meet at the City Hall at 1101 “J” Street on September 26, 2011, at 7:00 o’clock P.M., in Regular Meeting, open to the general public.
The meeting was called to order by Mayor Scott Kudrna. Upon roll call, the following members of the City Council were present: Billings, Bishop, Clark, Erickson and Holtzman. Absent: Critser.
Mayor Kudrna announced “I am required by law to inform the public that a copy of the Open Meetings Act is posted on the North wall of these Chambers by the entrance door”.
Council approved the August 22, 2011 and September 12, 2011, meeting’s minutes as written.
The City Council approved the financial report.
Claims from Auburn Plumbing, Heating & AC Inc for invoices totaling $229.49 were presented before the Council for approval. With Council Member Bishop abstaining from the vote, and all other Council Members voting in favor, the claims from Auburn Plumbing, Heating & AC Inc were approved.
The following claims were presented before the Council for ratification: American Family Life Assurance Co., Wh-95.47; T & S Installation, Se-1500.00; Action Technology Services Inc., Se-300.00; American Recycling & Sanitation, Se-145.00; Black Hills Energy, Ut-307.26; Blue Cross-Blue Shield, Ins-8874.28; Board of Public Works, Ut-7948.03; Five Nines Technology Group, Se-103.70; Linda Bantz, Se-302.95; Mark Harms, Ex-500.00; Nemaha County, Se-4512.95; Region V-SENDS, Se-325.00; Time Warner Cable, Se-631.30; Verizon Wireless, Se-118.27; Windstream, Ut-313.33; Wright Express, Su-3598.57; Cline Williams Law Firm, CRA Se-5503.20; Dan’s Antiques, CRA Project-850.00; Hanna:Keelan Associates P.C., Se-6000.00. The following claims (not previously approved by motion or resolution) were presented: A-1 Locksmith LLC, Maint-Se-735.94; Amazon, Bk-833.30; American Lawncare Inc., Se-1100.00; Auburn Memorial Library Petty Cash, Su-147.56; Auburn Newspapers, Se-386.07; Auburn Public Schools, Lic-3210.00; Awards Unlimited Inc., Ex-552.70; Bennett’s Auto Body, Se-Re-146.00; Board of Public Works, Su-17.43; Bobcat of Omaha, Su-7.82; Casey Agency Inc., Ins-296.00; Center Point Large Print, Bk-543.46; Concrete Industries Inc., Su-369.25; Dalbec Lawncare, Se-90.00; Dettmer Farm Service Inc., Su-127.76; Eakes Office Plus, Su-184.99; Eggers Brothers Inc., Su-17.06; Filter Care, Se-68.80; Five Nines Technology Group, Se-25.00; Galls An Aramark Co., Su-Equip-410.53; General Fire and Safety Equipment, Su-314.76; Ikon Office Solutions, Su-Se-142.08; JEO Consulting Group Inc., Se-640.00; Keep Nebraska Beautiful, Mem-50.00; League of NE Municipalities, Mem-3859.00; Lewis Implement Co., Su-17.80; Lynch’s Hardware & Gifts, Su-18.23; Mary Kruger, Reim-75.42; Mid Con Systems Inc., Su-163.41; Moore Wallace dba RR Connelley, Su-54.37; Nebraska Library Commission, Su-Equip-500.00; OCLC Inc., Se-38.69; Orscheln, Su-374.51; Pamida Inc., Su-71.61; Petty Cash, Su-Se-138.76; Postmaster, Su-64.00; Public Agency Training Council, Training-495.00; Randy Bennett, Reim-350.00; Sack Lumber Company, Se-125.94; Raymond’s Electric, Se-3018.31; Schneider OK Tire Store Inc., Re-Su-238.84; Shawn Clark, Reim-350.00; Stutheit Implement Co., Su-374.42; Terry Borgan, Se-200.00; The Cleaners, Se-20.00; Arbor Day Foundation, Mem-15.00; Town & Country Vet Clinic, Se-205.00; Tri-State Office Products, Su-178.76; Vaughn Severs, Reim-350.00; Wt. Cox Subscriptions, Sub-1353.46; Xerox Corporation, Se-Su-374.12.
Abbreviations for this legal: AV-Audio Visual; Bk-Book; Contrib-Contribution; Equip-Equipment; Ex-Expense; Fe-Fee; Ins-Insurance; Inspect-Inspection; Int-Interest; Inv-Economic Development Investment; Lic-Licenses; Maint-Maintenance; Mem-Membership; Pen-Pension; Per-Periodical; Re-Repairs; Ref-Reference Materials; Reg-Registration; Reim-Reimbursement; Se-Service; Su-Supplies, Material & Parts; Sub-Subscription; UA-Uniform Allowance; Ut-Utilities; Wh-Withholding.
With Council Member Clark abstaining from the vote, and all other Council Members voting in favor, Council approved the claims which have not been previously approved by motion or resolution and ratified the ordinary and necessary expenses allowed and in accordance with Resolution No. 7-11 that was approved February 28, 2011.
Approval was given to the police department for Eric Adams to attend the Glock Armorers Course in Omaha and Kris Baker to attend the Phase I & II Hostage Negotiation Crisis Intervention training in Kansas City. The request by the fire department for approval to allow 2 firemen to attend Interior Attack, Search & Rescue Techniques training on October 9th at Odell was also approved.
The City Council confirmed the reappointment of Irene Jones to the Auburn Housing Authority.
Public hearing was held to obtain public comment prior to consideration of an amendment to the redevelopment plan of the City of Auburn, including a specific Redevelopment project. CRA attorneys Tom Huston and Andrew Willis with Cline Williams Wright Johnson & Oldfather, LLP and CRA Chairperson Stephanie Fisher provided information and answered questions regarding the resolution and amendment process. There wasn’t any opposition to the amendment. After the public hearing was closed, the City Council approved the amendment to the redevelopment plan of the City by the passage and adoption of Resolution No. 24-11.
Public hearing was held to set the final property tax request. There was no opposition. The final property tax request for fiscal year 2011-2012 was set by the passage and adoption of Resolution No. 25-11.
CDBG #09-HO-6047 “Citywide” Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Program Drawdown #17 and the related claims were approved.
The funding agreement with the Auburn Chamber of Commerce was approved by the passage and adoption of Resolution No. 26-11.
The passage and adoption of Resolution No. 27-11 approved the report of unpaid water accounts and authorized that said items be certified to the Nemaha County Clerk and filed as liens.
The passage and adoption of Resolution No. 28-11 approved the report of unpaid sewer accounts and authorized that said items be certified to the Nemaha County Clerk and filed as liens.
The City Council accepted the 3 year proposal of Massman Nelson Reinig to audit city funds.
The proposed contract for solid waste collection service between the City of Auburn and American Recycling and Sanitation Inc. was approved effective October 1, 2011. With Council Member Clark voting against and all other Council Members voting in favor, proposed Ordinance No. 34-11 relating to solid waste collection was also approved.
With Council Member Clark voting against and all other Council Members voting in favor, proposed Ordinance No. 33-11, Fixing Compensation of the Officers and Employees of the City, was approved as presented.
The City Council authorized the full and complete settlement of the Nemaha County District Court cases of Betty England vs City of Auburn by the passage and adoption of Resolution No. 29-11.
Reports were given by the following department heads: library, street department, police department and City Treasurer. Written financial reports were given on the sales tax receipts, investments, and operating expenditures in August 2011 compared to August 2010.
The following committees provided reports: Street, and Economic Development. A written financial report was provided by the Auburn Community Redevelopment Authority.
There being no further business to come before the Mayor and Council, the City Council adjourned.
J. Scott Kudrna
A complete copy of the minutes is available for inspection at City Hall.
Herald - Nov. 3
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR NAME CHANGE
On October 20, 2011, James Edward Chadwick, dob 6/27/1995, by and through his next friend, Eldona Samantha Arena, filed a petition in the District Court of Nemaha County, Nebraska to change his name from James Edward Chadwick to James Edward Arena. The petition will be heard in the District Court of Nemaha County, Nemaha County Courthouse, 1824 N Street, Auburn, Nebraska 68305, on November 30, 2011, at 9:00 o’clock a.m., or as soon thereafter as may be heard.
James Edward Chadwick, Petitioner
Diane L. Merwin, #24172
FANKHAUSER, NELSEN, WERTS & ZISKEY, P.C.
1901 N Street
Auburn, Nebraska 68305
Herald - October 27, November 3
NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PicoShack, L.L.C., a Nebraska limited liability company, is organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska, with its designated office at 72922 642nd Ave., Auburn, Nebraska, 68305. The general nature of its business is to engage in and to do any lawful act concerning any and all lawful business for which a limited liability company may be organized under the laws of Nebraska, including owning, improving and leasing real estate, and for all other purposes authorized by law, to the same extent as natural persons might or could do. The limited liability company time of commencement was on October 17, 2011, and will have perpetual existence unless dissolved in accordance with its Certificate of Organization, its Operating Agreement or the Nebraska Law. Its affairs shall be managed by its Members.
David R. Thomas, Member
72922 642nd Ave.
Auburn, NE 68305
Susan D. Thomas, Member
72922 642nd Ave.
Auburn, NE 68305
Herald - October 27, Nov. 3, 10
NOTICE OF AMENDMENT
Bucy & Weeder Dental, P.C., filed Articles of Amendment on October 18, 2011, amending Article 1, thereby changing the name of the professional corporation to Bucy Dental, P.C.
Thomas E. Whitmore, Incorporator
7602 Pacific Street, Suite 200
Omaha, Nebraska 68114
Herald - October 27, Nov. 3, 10
UTILITY BUILDING FOR SALE
The Board of Public Works, Auburn, Nebraska will sell by sealed bids to the highest bidder:
Utility Storage Building that is 15 feet 8 inches in length, 11 feet 6 inches wide, and 11 feet 3 inches tall made from wood. The building is located at 1310 27th Street and may be viewed by contacting the BPW. The Utility Storage Building will be sold, as is condition at the time of the award date. Awarded bidder will have the responsibility and all cost of relocating the building. The building shall be paid in full and relocated within 10 days of receiving notice of award.
Bids will be received until 1:30 P. M., local time, November 11, 2011 at the Board of Public Works Offices, Auburn, Nebraska at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and all bid prices read aloud for the sale of the Utility Storage Building.
Envelopes containing bids shall be sealed. The envelope containing the bid shall be marked as follows:
City of Auburn Board of Public Works
1600 O Street
Auburn, NE 68305
Proposal for:Utility Storage Building
The Board of Public Works reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive formalities in bids submitted.
Herald - Oct. 20, 27, Nov. 3
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
You are hereby notified that the following-described property will be sold be Camille R. Hawk, Attorney at Law, Sucessor Trustee, at public auction to the highest bidder at the East front door of the Nemaha County Courthouse, in the City of Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska on November 17, 2011 at 10:00 a.m.:
Lot 7 and the South Half of Lot 8, Block 166, in Neal’s Addition to the Town of Peru, Nemaha County, Nebraska
The North Half of Lot 8 and all of Lot 9, Block 166, in Neal’s Addition to the Town of Peru, Nemaha County, Nebraska
commonly known as 921 7th St., Peru, NE.
The highest bidder will deposit with the Trustee, at the time of the sale, a personal or cashier’s check in the amount of $5,000.00, with the full purchase price, in certified funds, to be received by the Trustee by 5:00 p.m. on the day of the sale, except this requirement is waived when the highest bidder is the beneficiary. (If the sale is held after 1:00 P.M., the deposit requirement remains the same, and the full purchase price, in certified funds, shall be received by the Trustee by 5:00 p.m. the following business day.) The purchasher shall be responsible for all prior liens, all applicable fees, and all taxes, including the documentary stamp tax. This property is sold “as is” and this sale is made without any warranties as to title or condition of the property.
Camille R. Hawk,
Attorney at Law,
By: Camille R. Hawk (#20395)
For Walentine, O’Toole,
McQuillan & Gordon
11240 Davenport Street
P.O., Box 540125
Omaha, NE 68154
Herald - Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, Nov. 3