NOTICE OF MEETING
The Nemaha Natural Resources District Board of Directors will hold their regular meeting at *7:00 p.m. Thursday, December 8, 2011, at the NRD headquarters 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 - November 24
NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given by the Chair and Board of the Community Redevelopment Authority (CRA) of the City of Auburn, Nebraska, that the CRA has issued a Request for Proposals whereby the CRA will receive applications from the owners of record (Owners) of real property located within the designated redevelopment area for funding assistance to construct certain redevelopment projects on their property. The City of Auburn, Nebraska (City) approved the redevelopment plan for the redevelopment area. The redevelopment area description is available in map form (boundary maps) at the Auburn City Hall, 1101 “J” Street. The owners are eligible to apply for funding from the CRA to construct any of the redevelopment projects approved by the TIF Plan.
RFP packets are available to any interested applicant, at the Auburn City Hall, 1101 “J” Street, Auburn, Nebraska. The CRA will receive the applications until noon on January 6, 2012. Additional information on the redevelopment plan and redevelopment Area, and the application process may be obtained at City Hall during regular business hours.
Herald - November 24
LEGAL NOTICE NEMAHA COUNTY EXTENSION
The Nemaha County Extension will hold an Extension Board Meeting, Thursday, December 1, 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 - November 24
ACCEPTING SEALED BIDS
Tecumseh Housing Authority invites sealed bids from contractors/qualified bidders including section 3 businesses for interior apartment remodel, specifications for the bid can be obtained at the Tecumseh Housing Authority office located at 8th & Broadway, Tecumseh, NE. Bid opening will be December 22, 2011 at 10:00 a.m.
Herald - November 17, 24 & Dec. 1
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have formed a corporation under the Nebraska Business Corporation Act.
1. The name of the corporation is El Portal Auburn, Inc.
2. The amount of capital stock authorized is $10,000.00, divided into 10,000 shares of common stock at the par value of $1.00 per share.
3. The registered agent of the corporation is Rosa Giffee and the registered office of the corporation is 1905 J Street, Auburn, Nebraska 68305.
4. The Articles of Incorporation were filed with the Nebraska Secretary of State on October 31, 2011.
5. The name and address of the incorporator is: Rosa Giffee, 1710 5th Avenue, Nebraska City, Nebraska 68410.
Rosa Giffee, Incorporator
Timothy S. Noerrlinger, #23222
HOCH, PARTSCH & NOERRLINGER
Three Professional Plaza
P.O. Box 488
Nebraska City, NE 68410
Herald - November, 10, 17, 24
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
The following-described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder inside the East Door of the Nemaha County Courthouse, 1824 N Street, Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska, on Tuesday, December 20, 2011 at 10:00 a.m.:
All that portion of Burlington Northern Railroad Company’s (formerly Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company’s) 100.0 foot wide Johnson to Auburn, Nebraska Branch Line right of way, now discontinued, being 50.0 feet wide on each side of said Railroad Company’s Main track centerline as originally located and constructed upon, over and across the W1/2 NE1/4 of Section 28-T5N, R14E, 6th P.M., Nemaha County, Nebraska; bounded between the East line of said Wl/2 NE1/4 and a line drawn at right angles to said main Track centerline distance 513.71 feet Easterly of the West line of said W1/2 NE1/4 as measured along a line drawn parallel with and distant 150.0 feet Northerly of, as measured at right angles to said Main Track centerline; also,
An additional 100.0 foot strip of Station Ground property lying adjacent to and Northerly of the hereinabove described 100.0 foot wide Branch Line right of way located upon, over and across said W1/2 NE1/4 of Section 28; bounded on the West side by a line drawn at right angles to said Main Track centerline distance 513.71 feet Easterly of the West line of said W1/2 NEl/4 as measured along a line drawn parallel with and distance 150.0 feet Northerly of, as measured at right angles to said Main Track centerline; bounded on the Easterly side by a line drawn parallel with and distant 30.0 feet Southwesterly of, as measured at right angles to, the Southwesterly line (extended) of Lot 5, Block 42, Town of Auburn, Nebraska; and lying between two lines drawn parallel with and distant, respectively, 50.0 feet Northerly and 150.0 feet Northerly of, as measured at right angles to, said Main Track centerline; also,
An additional 100.0 foot wide strip of Station Ground property lying adjacent to and Southerly of the hereinabove described 100.0 foot wide Branch Line right of way located upon, over and across said W1/2 NE1/4 of Section 28; bounded on the West side by a line drawn at right angles to said Main Track centerline distance 513.71 feet Easterly of the West line of said W1/2 NE1/4 as measured along a line drawn parallel with and distance 150.0 feet Northerly of, as measured at right angles to said Main Track centerline; bounded on the Easterly side by a line drawn parallel with and distant 30.0 feet Northwesterly of, as measured at right angles to, the Northwesterly line (extended) of Lot 5, Block 45, Town of Auburn, Nebraska; and lying between two lines drawn parallel with and distant, respectively, 50.0 feet Southerly and 150.0 feet Southerly of, as measured at right angles to said Main Track centerline.
All in Nemaha County, Nebraska
(pursuant to the trust deed filed for record in Book 154 of Mortgages at Page 16-24, in the records of the Register of Deeds in and for Nemaha County, Nebraska, for which Union Bank and Trust Company, is named beneficiary and trustee).
Such sale shall be subject to real estate taxes, special assessments, unpaid water charges, any prior liens, and easements, covenants and restrictions of record. Trustor is Wilber J. Sherman and Andrea R. Sherman, husband and wife.
The successful bidder at sale will be required to deliver to the representative of Trustee the total amount of the purchase price in cash or certified funds at the time of sale, except this requirement is waived when the highest bidder is the Beneficiary.
UNION BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, Trustee
By: John M. Guthery, #11638
Perry, Guthery, Haase & Gessford, P.C., L.L.O.
Attorney for Trustee
233 South 13th Street, Suite 1400
Herald - Nov. 10, 17, 24 Dec. 1, 8
NOTICE OF DIVORCE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF NEMAHA COUNTY, NEBRASKA
Case No. CI 11-88
Cherish Marie Templin, Plaintiff,
Kyle Lee Templin, Defendant.
To: Kyle Lee Templin, whose whereabouts are unknown upon whom personal service of summons cannot be had, and is the defendant in said proceedings:
You are notified that on October 5th, 2011, Plaintiff, Cherish Marie Templin filed a Complaint against you in the District Court of Nemaha County, Nebraska, at Case No. CI 11-88, the object of which is to obtain a dissolution of marriage on the ground that the marriage is irretrievably broken and to obtain an equitable division of the property, among other things.
You are required to answer said Complaint on or before December 23rd, 2011, or said Complaint against you will be taken as true.
806 Main Street
Brock, NE 68320
Herald - Nov. 24, Dec. 1, 8, 15
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
You are hereby notified that pursuant to a power of sale contained in the deed of trust in the original principal amount of $48,000.00 executed by Constance A. Walter and Mark A. Klemetsrud, wife and husband, which was filed for record on April 2, 2008 in Book 177 at Page 452 of the Mortgage Records in the office of the Register of Deeds in Nemaha County, Nebraska, the property described below will be sold by the undersigned at public auction to the highest bidder for cash or certified or cashier’s check, at the east front door of the Nemaha County Courthouse, 1824 “N” Street, City of Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska at 10:00 AM on January 4, 2012;
Lot Two (2) in Block Nine (9) in Reed & Gilmore’s Addition to Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska.
The highest bidder is required to deliver cash or certified funds to the undersigned by the close of business on the day of sale, except this requirement is waived when the highest bidder is the beneficiary. The purchaser is responsible for all fees or taxes, including the documentary stamp tax. This sale is made without any warranties as to title or condition of the property.
Eric H. Lindquist
Herald - Nov. 24, Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22
Board of Education, Dist. #29
November 14, 2011
The Board of Education of School District #29 of Nemaha County met on November 14, 2011 at Auburn Public Schools Central Office for the purpose of conducting the regular board meeting. Notice of the meeting was duly published in the Auburn Newspapers and posted at Carson National Bank, Auburn State Bank, Nemaha Courthouse and Auburn Public Schools Central Office.
President Stephen Kennedy called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. Roll call of members present were: Hemmingsen, Zaruba, Kennedy, Oestmann, Billesbach and Kernes Krause.
Motion by Kernes Krause and second by Billesbach to approve the consent agenda that includes the minutes of the 10-10-11 regular meeting and 11-4-11 special meeting. Roll call vote: Zaruba (yes), Kennedy (yes), Kernes Krause (yes), Oestmann (yes), Billesbach(yes) and Hemmingsen (yes). Motion carried 6-0.
Visitors included: David Swanson, Wayne Chase, Gene Hines, Amy Kroll, Kristin Kudrna, Jack Kudrna, Gina Long, Julie Bauman and the Administrators.
Motion by Kernes Krause and second by Hemmingsen that the Board approves the monthly claims in all funds as presented. Roll call vote: Zaruba (yes), Kennedy (yes), Kernes Krause (yes), Oestmann (yes), Billesbach(yes) and Hemmingsen (yes). Motion carried 6-0.
CHECKS FOR PAYMENT
November 14, 2011
Payable To Amount
A-1 Locksmith 450.85
American Recycling 566.00
Apple Computers, Inc. 2,094.00
Arden A. Nitz 452.27
Auburn Family Health 290.00
Auburn Newspaper 91.59
Blue Cross/Blue Shield 97,032.77
Bohl Plumbing . 27.22
Board Of Public Works 19,345.77
Bulldog Auto Parts 154.38
CDW GoV. 320.75
Wayne Chase 44.57
The Cleaners 1,406.00
Cornhusker Intl 1,175.00
Dakota Leasing Co. 3,062.01
Dist. 29 Empl.Ben.Fund 182.45
District 29 GF Misc Exp 2,236.34
Dist #29, Activity Acct 20.00
Dist. 29 Lunch Fund 1,143.25
Door Closer Service 91.03
Esu #4 4,150.00
ESU #6 393.62
Esu #4 4,118.00
Family Value Pharmacy 14.03
Farmers Union Coop 224.87
Follett Library Book Co. 195.75
Glenn’s Corner Market 235.36
Vernon Golladay 286.00
GovConnection, Inc. 833.30
Ground Pounders INC 1,800.00
Haug Communications 740.00
Jennifer Haynes 6.93
Heavy Duty Bus Parts 261.34
Dennis Henrichs 65.00
Hire Right Solutions 27.15
Holiday Inn - Kearney 84.95
Holdiay Inn - N Platte 308.00
Houghton Mifflin Co 2,571.60
Humanex Ventures 5,150.00
Johnson Company, Inc. 32.35
Meghan Knipe 9.20
Amy Kroll 112.58
Lincoln Public Schools 1,833.48
Lynch’s Hardware 74.73
Mary Malcolm 5,371.50
Meyer - Earp Chevrolet 498.20
Midwest Office Autom. 72.00
National Ins Services 1,552.44
NDE Special Education 240.00
Nebraska Air Filter 1,352.04
Nebraska Safety Center 300.00
Norfolk Lodge & Suites 158.00
Ok Tire 1,077.95
O’Keefe Elevator 215.00
Omaha Truck Center 201.82
Reserve Account 1,000.00
J.W. Pepper & Son,Inc 465.08
P, G, H & G 350.00
Physical & Res. Therap 3,592.80
Sharon Pollard 411.52
Positive Promotions 650.29
Pumpkin Ridge Farms 6.00
Quality Fence Co. 2,112.04
Rademacher Pest Control 85.00
Jolene Ranch 65.00
Region V Central Office 531.00
Kevin Reiman 104.05
Sack Lumber 4.00
School Specialty 76.32
Security Services 35.00
Seminole Energy 906.49
Shell Fleet Plus 700.00
Sleep Inn 298.76
Softchoice Corporation 344.70
South-Western Pub. 172.35
Stenberg Law Office 2,159.00
Tincher of Auburn 895.54
Tri-State Office Prod. 14.95
US TelePunch 70.72
Verizon Wireless 297.11
Voss Lighting 248.80
West Music 68.14
Kathryn Youngquist 216.70
Zito Media 100.90
Total Payments 201,683.98
Motion by Kernes Krause and second by Billesbach that the monthly financial reports be approved as presented. Roll call vote: Zaruba (yes), Kennedy (yes), Kernes Krause (yes), Oestmann (yes), Billesbach(yes) and Hemmingsen (yes). Motion carried 6-0.
Motion by Kernes Krause and second by Zaruba that the Board accept the audit for 2010-2011 as presented. Roll call vote: Zaruba (yes), Kennedy (yes), Kernes Krause (yes), Oestmann (yes), Billesbach(yes) and Hemmingsen (yes). Motion carried 6-0.
Motion by Zaruba and second by Kernes Krause that the Board accept the Purchase Agreement as written with Nick and Lisa Schmidt for property adjacent to Wheeler Inn as presented. Roll call vote: Zaruba (yes), Kennedy (yes), Kernes Krause (yes), Oestmann (yes), Billesbach(yes) and Hemmingsen (yes). Motion carried 6-0.
Motion by Hemmingsen and second by Kernes Krause that the Board recognize the Auburn Education Association as a bargaining unit for the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 school years. Roll call vote: Zaruba (yes), Kennedy (yes), Kernes Krause (yes), Oestmann (yes), Billesbach(yes) and Hemmingsen (yes). Motion carried 6-0.
Motion by Billesbach and second by Oestmann that the Board approve the revised policies and regulation as presented. Roll call vote: Zaruba (yes), Kennedy (yes), Kernes Krause (yes), Oestmann (yes), Billesbach(yes) and Hemmingsen (yes). Motion carried 6-0.
Motion by Zaruba and second by Kernes Krause that the Board enter closed session at 6:07 p.m. to discuss the superintendent’s evaluation and personnel to protect the reputation of personnel to be discussed. Zaruba (yes), Kennedy (yes), Kernes Krause (yes), Oestmann (yes), Billesbach(yes) and Hemmingsen (yes). Motion carried 6-0.
The board left closed session at 6:51 p.m.
President Stephen Kennedy adjourned the meeting at 6:52 p.m.
The next regular monthly meeting of the Board of Education will be held on December 12, 2011 at 5:30 p.m. at the Auburn Public Schools Central Office, 1713 J St., Auburn, NE. The agenda for the regular school board meeting shall be kept continuously current and shall be readily available for public inspection at the superintendent’s office during normal business hours. All items on the board agenda are subject to discussion and/or board action. The board may enter closed session regarding any item on the agenda, which is permitted by Nebraska Statute.
Stephen Kennedy, President
Kevin Reiman, Secretary
Board of Education, Dist. 29
Herald - November 24
Village of Brownville Town Board Meeting
November 14, 2011
Meeting called to order at 6:30 pm by Chairman Martin Hayes. Board members present: Bob Sailors, Jay Tallmon, Paul Fish and clerk Kay Fish. Absent: Martin Hansen.
Motion by Fish, seconded by Sailors to approve the agenda as presented. All yes votes. Motion carried.
Motion by Hayes, seconded by Sailors to approve the minutes as written. All yes votes. Motion carried.
Financial report was reviewed. Fish moved and Tallmon seconded to approve the financial report as written. All yes votes. Motion carried.
Motion by Fish and seconded by Sailors that the claims be paid as presented. All yes votes. Motion carried.
Peggy Kuser $35.00
Auburn Newspaper $49.02
The Cleaners $16.00
Region V SENDS $30.00
Farmers Union Coop $50.00
Kay Fish reimbursement $36.65
Office Max $839.88
Martin Hayes reimbursement $20.00
Wind Stream $140.51
Nichols Masonry $988.00
Eggers Bros. $72.67
OK Tire Store $3,051.80
Farmers Union Coop $36.00
NE Dept. of Revenue $123.76
Sherman Co. $5,407.25
Johnson Service Co. $1,788.55
Great Plains One Call $2.02
Rural Water District $2,200.00
NE Dept. of Revenue $180.80
Projects, Buildings and Equipment:
Hayes reported that he had gotten new tires for the village tractor.
Fish reported that the bathroom work in the Town Hall would start November 15.
Street projects for the One &Six Year Plan for 2012 were discussed. Two priorities were Allen St. and Second Street. Any other ideas need to be submitted soon.
Sailors discussed the need to repair the picnic tables in Capitol Square park. He has someone who would like to take on the repairs as a service project. He estimates that the project will cost less than $200. Sailors made a motion that the picnic tables at Capitol Square Park be repaired with Village funds and he will discuss with BHS about the possibility of repairing the picnic tables in Boettner Park with BHS funds. Hayes seconded the motion. All yes votes. Motion carried.
Hayes reported that he has the village sand truck in Auburn for repair.
Hayes read the response from the County Sheriff to the in town shooting and noise situation.
Hayes stated that Martin Hansen would like to have the sewer CD cashed in and the monies put in the water and sewer checking account. Fish asked if the money would be used on the sewer and Hayes said yes. Tallmon made the motion that the Sewer CD be cashed in and the monies put in the Water and Sewer checking account. Fish seconded the motion. All yes votes. Motion carried.
Hayes asked if the water rates should be increased before the new books are printed. Sailors suggested that it wait until the board finds out if the Rural Water District is going to raise their rates.
Willie Castro addressed the board about the Preserve America grant. He would like to see a copy of the grant. What is the time frame for completion. He was told April 2013. When will we find out when we get the monies? It needs to be approved by the Nebraska State Historical Preservation Committee. Castro would like to read the meeting minutes where the grant was discussed. The village will not erect new signage until the funds come in. Castro wanted to know about the existing signage at the edge of town. Could it be repaired and repainted? Hayes stated that the Department of Roads has told the village those signs are not in compliance with their rules. Castro wanted to know what the proposed signs will look like. He was told that a committee was set-up to work on this and the plans are at the village clerk’s office. He wanted to know if the side of the last building in Outfitters Row could be used as a billboard. Again this was not in compliance with the Dept. of Roads rules. The Railroad Depot grounds can be used for signage.
Hayes asked the board if they wanted to have Santa visit and hold a town potluck in December. Tallmon moved that on December 11 the town have Santa Claus and a potluck to be held in the Town Hall. Sailors seconded. All yes votes. Motion carried.
Other business to come before the board: Sailors said that Terry Jones is demolishing the old Keno building and would like to erect a fence across the driveway for safety purposes. Hayes said he would call the League of Municipalities to see if that is legal.
Can volunteers help with the clearing of the trees in the Riverside Park. The town is waiting on clearance from FEMA to proceed. Volunteers may be asked to help in the future.
Nichols Masonry was present with an outstanding bill for concrete work on the lower level of the Town Hall. As this was not part of the grant for the Town Hall work Fish made a motion that the bill be paid at this meeting. Sailors seconded. All yes votes. Motion carried.
The Town Board will hold a special meeting Thursday, November 17, 2011 at 7:30 pm to pay Steve Abernathy for the work done on the Town Hall/Opera House. All subcontractors are invited to attend.
Fish moved and Tallmon seconded to adjourn. All yes votes. Motion carried. Adjournment at 7:25 pm.
Herald - November 24
OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETING - NOVEMBER 14, 2011 – 7:30 P.M.
Members Present: Duane Caspers, Darren Oestmann, Vice-President, President, Keith Bohling, Secretary, David Bohling, Arlen Grotrian, Lonnie Neddenriep. Also Present: Jeff Koehler, Superintendent, Jacquelyn Kelsay, Principal, Joetta Sims, Board Recorder, Cindy Kreifels, Corrie Rathbone, Scott Versch.
The regular meeting of the Johnson-Brock Board of Education, District #N-23, was convened by President Duane Caspers in the Superintendent’s Office at 7:30 p.m. Advance notice of the meeting was legally posted. Roll call: David Bohling, here; Keith Bohling, here; Caspers, here; Grotrian, here; Neddenriep, here; Oestmann, here. President Caspers noted that the Open Meetings Law is posted on the south wall beside the doorway.
Teachers Cindy Kreifels and Scott Versch served apple and cherry pie to attendees in recognition of American Education Week. The pies were provided by Karen Johns.
Moved by Arlen Grotrian to accept the agenda as presented. Seconded by Keith Bohling. Roll call vote: All ayes, motion carried.
Moved by Lonnie Neddenriep to accept the minutes of the regular Board of Education meeting held Monday, October 10, 2011. Seconded by Darren Oestmann. Roll call vote: All ayes, motion carried.
Moved by David Bohling to accept the claims as presented in the amount of $53,928.45 from the General Fund. Seconded by Darren Oestmann. Roll call vote: All ayes, motion carried.
Card Services $110.54
Black Hills Energy $457.46
Verizon Wireless $100.33
Lisa McDonald $77.50
American Recycling $292.00
AS Central Services $443.80
Auburn Family Health $110.00
Auburn Newspapers $77.40
Beard’s Salvage $6.00
Best Printing, Inc. $453.00
Board of Public Works $3,623.27
Capital Business Systems Inc. $95.83
Capital Business Systems $1,242.59
Casey Agency $100.00
Cash-Wa Distributing Co. $360.00
Continental Alarm $608.00
E.S.U. No. 4 $24,511.72
E.S.U. No. 6 $562.31
Edwards Chemicals, Inc. $1,655.16
Eggers Brothers, Inc. $96.08
First Bankcard $184.56
First Bankcard $1,145.67
Flex One $96.00
Follet Educational Services $135.78
Alecia Gerdes $10.15
Harding & Shultz, PC, LLO $324.00
Holiday Inn of Kearney $251.85
J-B Reimbursement Account $628.75
Johnson Quik Stop $1,863.79
Jacob Leuenberger $9.18
Lueders Petroleum Inc. $3,304.10
Madison National Life $548.62
Mary Malcolm $1,136.75
McGraw-Hill, Inc. $2,768.46
Menards-Lincoln North $116.98
Kerri Moerer $13.14
NE DOL/BOILER Insp. $144.00
Nicholson & Associates $264.95
Pioneer Publishing $47.36
Popplers Music, Inc. $68.90
PRTS, LLC $498.55
Quill Corporation $1,429.79
Ram Exterminators $100.00
S Systems Inc. $400.00
Joetta Sims $108.61
Softchoice Corporation $80.13
Striggow’s Southside $889.27
Watts Up $199.50
Zito Media $470.58
Checking Accounty Total $53,928.45
Grand Total $53,928.45
The Principal’s report included information regarding the upcoming NSAA District II Meeting which Brett Davis will attend. Mrs. Kelsay reported she had attended a Region V meeting addressing substance abuse and violence prevention priorities. Attendance at October 27 Parent-Teacher Conferences was listed per grade level.
In the Superintendent’s Report, Mr. Koehler reported on the completion of the annual financial audit and that no corrective measures were necessary. Problems with spare Bus No. 6 were discussed. Mr. Koehler reported that Lisa McDonald obtained her bus driver’s license and is now available as a substitute driver. Recognition of a $1000 grant award to Mrs. Wolken as a recipient of the Award of Excellence was noted. Roof issues were discussed for both the industrial tech area roof and concessions building roof. Kelly Malone of Tremco provided a timeline for maintenance of the various district roofs. Bids will be sought for replacing the shop and concessions roofs. Discussion was held regarding the shortage of classroom space and possible future solutions. Mr. Koehler reported that Jim Gerking is looking into solutions to improve the football playing field turf.
Moved by Arlen Grotrian to approve the first reading of Board of Education Policy No. 5105.1 Enrollment in Kindergarten. Seconded by David Bohling. Mrs. Kelsay and Mr. Koehler reviewed the need for the policy due to admission age for Nebraska students being changed from age 5 by October 15 to August 1 beginning in 2012. Roll call vote: All ayes, motion carried.
Moved by Lonnie Neddenriep to approve the annual financial audit completed by Dana F. Cole & Company. Seconded by Keith Bohling. Roll call vote: All ayes, motion carried.
Moved by Arlen Grotrian to adjourn the regularly scheduled November Board of Education meeting at 7:59 p.m. Seconded by Darren Oestmann. Roll call vote: All ayes, motion carried.
The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Johnson-Brock Public Schools Board of Education will be December 12, 2011 at 7:30 p.m.
Herald - November 24