In accordance with Section 72-205.01 of the Nebraska Statutes Board of Educational Lands and Funds has adopted a new rental schedule according to classification and a new schedule of valuations for all school and any other lands managed by the Board in Nemaha County; and that such new schedules, together with a tabulation of the valuation and the amount of semiannual rental of each lease, has been filed in the office of the county treasurer of such county and shall become effective January 1, 2011.
BOARD OF EDUCATIONAL
LANDS AND FUNDS
Herald - September 30
EXTENSION BOARD MEETING
The Nemaha County Extension will hold an Extension Board Meeting, Tuesday, October 5, 2010, 8:00 p.m. at the NCDA Office 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 - Sept. 30
The Board of Commissioners of the County of Nemaha, Nebraska are hereby giving notice, as per Nebr. State Statute §23-3109(3), of their intent to purchase 2 small wheel loaders Caterpillar 928HZ or equivalent 2008 model or newer with less than 500 hours of use. Units to have full machine warranty for 36 months and power train coverage for 60 months or 5,000 hours.
The Board of Commissioners will receive informal quotes until October 13, 2010, 9:00 a.m. Please contact 274-4285 for a copy of the specifications for the proposed purchase of 2 small wheel loaders Caterpillar 928HZ or equivalent 2008 model or newer with less than 500 hours of use.
Proposals may be submitted to the Nemaha County Clerk’s Office, 1824 N St Ste 201, Auburn NE 68305 by the above date.
Nemaha County Clerk
Herald - Sept. 30, Oct. 7
The Board of Commissioners of the County of Nemaha will be meeting with Senator Lavon Heidemann on Wednesday, October 6, 2010 at 8:00 a.m. in Room 104, State Capitol Bldg in Lincoln.
The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the Federal Funding of bridge project BRO-7064(13) Brock Southwest and all future bridge projects prioritized on the STIP.
Herald - Sept. 30
Due to unpaid rent, the contents of the following storage unit will be sold by auction or disposed of on Saturday, November 6, 2010 at 11:00 a.m.: Unit #8 - Jacqueline Hawkins, 1021 18th Street, Auburn, NE 68305; at the County Storage facility located at 719 9th Street, Auburn, Nebraska.
Herald - Sept. 30, Oct 7, 14, 21
proceedings of the nemaha county board of commissioners meeting september 22, 2010
County Board of Commissioners of the County of Nemaha, State of Nebraska met on September 22, 2010, Commissioner’s Chambers, Nemaha County Courthouse, Auburn NE for a regular scheduled meeting. Notice of meeting published in the Nemaha County Herald on September 16, 2010. 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 Lovelace called the meeting to order at 8:15 a.m. Present for the meeting: Commissioner District 1 Bob Hutton, Commissioner District 2 Monty Lovelace, Commissioner District 3 Randy Rohrs and County Clerk Joyce Oakley.
Motion by Hutton, seconded by Rohrs to approve the agenda as presented. Roll call vote: Lovelace, aye; Hutton, aye; Rohrs, aye.
Motion by Rohrs, seconded by Hutton to approve the September 8, 2010 regular scheduled meeting minutes with no corrections. Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Rohrs, aye; Lovelace, aye.
Motion by Hutton, seconded by Rohrs to approve the claims for payment as presented by the County Clerk and authorized for payment by the Board of Commissioners. Roll call vote: Rohrs, aye; Hutton, aye; Lovelace, aye.
Chairman Lovelace noted the posting of the Open Meeting Poster and the availability of the Open Meeting Handouts to the public.
Motion by Hutton, seconded by Rohrs to rescind the motion for approval of the agenda. Roll call vote: Lovelace, aye; Hutton, aye; Rohrs, aye.
Motion by Lovelace, seconded by Rohrs to amend the agenda to include the emergency ratifying of the purchase of an Autoclavable Camera for the Nemaha County Hospital. Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Rohrs, aye; Lovelace, aye.
Marty Fattig, Director Nemaha County Hospital presented a price quote in the amount of $12,812.30 for an Autoclavable Camera from Karl Storz Endoscopy-America, Inc. for the Nemaha County Hospital. Motion by Rohrs, seconded by Hutton to ratify the purchase of the Autoclavable Camera from Karl Storz Endoscopy-America, Inc. the in the amount of $12,812.30 as recommended by the Nemaha County Hospital Board. Roll call vote: Lovelace, aye; Rohrs, aye; Hutton, aye.
The following fuel bids for October, 2010 were received: Lueders Petroleum No. 2 Diesel $2.684, Unleaded $2.484; Farmers Coop No. 2 Diesel $2.67, Unleaded $2.47. Motion by Rohrs, seconded by Hutton to award the fuel bid for the month October, 2010 to Farmers Coop. Roll call vote: Rohrs, aye; Hutton, aye; Lovelace, aye.
Motion by Hutton, seconded by Rohrs to approve the Windstream application to install communications facilities between Section 10 T5N R15E & Section 11 T5N R15E. Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Lovelace, aye; Rohrs, aye.
Sheriff Brent Lottman presented the following Action Technology agreements and requested authorization to sign the agreements: Network Administration & Service Agreement, Network Disaster Recovery Service Agreement, Network Hardware Maintenance & Service Agreement. Motion by Rohrs, seconded by Hutton to authorize Sheriff Lottman to sign the following agreements with Action Technology: Network Administration & Service Agreement, Network Disaster Recovery Service Agreement, Network Hardware Maintenance & Service Agreement. Roll call vote: Lovelace, aye; Hutton, aye; Rohrs, aye.
Motion by Hutton, seconded by Rohrs to approve the FY 2010-2011 Annual Inventory of County Personal Properties for the County Attorney’s Office. Roll call vote: Hutton, aye; Lovelace, aye; Rohrs, aye.
Motion by Rohrs, seconded by Hutton to direct the County Treasurer Pat Holtzman to issue County Certificates of Tax Sale if the property has been delinquent and advertised for 2 years or more, starting with taxes for 2007 and prior years delinquencies. Roll call Vote: Hutton, aye; Rohrs, aye; Lovelace, aye.
Motion by Hutton, seconded by Rohrs to adopt Resolution 10-29 declaring a state of emergency for Nemaha County for the severe thunderstorm that occurred on September 13, 2010. Roll call vote: Lovelace, aye; Hutton, aye; Rohrs, aye.
The following claims were approved for payment by the Board of Commissioners and authorize the County Clerk for payment:
Salaries $ 36,520.29
Action Technology, se 1,639.99
AFLAC, ins 613.80
Ameritas Life Ins, ret 5,535.13
AS Central Service, se 150.00
Aub Plumb Htg AC, bldg re 88.76
Aub Postmaster, pstg 111.87
Avenue Flags, su 50.00
Baker, K, un al, reim 230.00
BI Behavioral, se 31.80
Billings, Katy, un al 25.00
Black Hills Energy, ut 138.57
Blaser, J, un al , reim 228.03
Bohl Plumb Htg, bldg re 64.00
Cain, James, atty fe 325.00
Casey’s General, fu 1,196.50
Cenex Fleet, fu 17.31
Colgrove, Linda, un al 25.00
Conseco Hlth, ins 31.00
Critser, Jennifer, un al 25.00
Dallas, Samantha, un al 25.00
Dept Corrections, bd pr 534.75
DMV, se 6.00
Des Moines Stamp, su 184.00
Discover Bank, garn 238.33
Dollar General, su 9.00
Draper, Crystal, un al 25.00
Edwards Chemicals, su 213.22
Elliott, Ron, cont 2,038.75
Erickson, Tara,un al 25.00
GE Capital, ma ag 34.61
Gerdes, Jana, reim, mi 218.00
Gering, Carol, un al 25.00
Gravatt, Jere, mhb 100.00
Hunter, Dave, wit fe 20.00
Hutton, Bob, mi 122.00
Johnny’s Cycle, ti re 115.00
Johnson, Diane, reim 150.00
Kadavy, Matt, un al 80.00
Kelsay, Gail, un al 25.00
Lesoing, Gary, mi 122.50
Looseleaf Law, su 45.80
Lottman, Brent, un al 80.00
Lovelace, Monty, mi 131.50
Metlife, annt 11.16
Meyer, Jane, mi, pstg 239.56
Microfilm Imaging, ma ag 123.00
Moyer, Casey,un al,reim 228.03
Nat’l Sheriff Assoc, du 50.00
NE Hlth Human Serv, se 186.00
Nem Co Hospital, se, bl al 5,318.10
Nem Co Tax, ss, fwh 10,468.75
Nem Co Tax, nwh 2,484.24
Orschelns, su 25.99
Pamida, su 112.06
Parde, Michael, wit fe 34.00
Petersens Auto Repair, se 2,310.90
Pitney Bowes, ma ag 142.00
Presto-X-Company, se 188.49
Quill, su 253.11
Raymonds Electric, grant 41,500.00
RC Booth, su 57.00
Region V Service, se 76.12
RepCo Marketing, su 21.75
Richardson Co Sheriff, se 18.50
Richardson, Austin, se 75.40
Rieger, Rachel, bd pr 2,805.95
Sierks, Melissa, wit fe 20.00
Silvey, Harold, un al 80.00
Skyline Construction, bldg re 18,840.00
Smith-Hogancamp, J, atty fe 190.58
The Hartford, annt 125.00
Tower Publishing, su 37.00
United Healthcare, ins 16,977.28
US Postage, pstg 3,000.00
Verizon Wireless, se 84.56
Waddell & Reed, annt 25.00
Windstream, se 1,695.26
AFLAC, ins 208.90
Ameritas, ret 2,186.48
Bohl Plumb Htg, su 74.10
Conseco, ins 28.00
Darrel Volker Const, rk 4,137.64
DeBuhr, Mark, fe, mi 25.00
Hines, Charles, fe, mi 23.50
Inland Truck, pts 21.96
Johnson Quik Stop,pts,ti re 15.90
Lawson Products, su 335.00
Mainelli Wagner, se 4,206.50
Martin Marietta, rk 13,275.88
Midwest Service, sgns 161.79
Moody, Joe, fe 20.00
Morris, Merle, fe 20.00
NE Dept Roads, concrete 637.50
NE Public Emp, un du 560.00
Nem Co Tax, ss, fwh 4,806.49
Nem Co Tax, nwh 1,293.71
NMC Exchange, pts,la,su 6,788.60
Orschelns, su 70.10
Palmer, Marvin, mi 176.50
Pamida, su 24.99
Region V Sends, su 51.00
Schneider OK, ti re 15.00
Stutheit Imple, pts, su 166.49
United Healthcare, ins 8,201.76
Walker, Philip, fe, mi 30.00
Wick’s Sterling, pts 180.11
Windstream, se 197.04
Windstream, se 40.00
Nem Co Tax, nwh 61.13
United Healthcare, ins 71.60
Ameritas, ret 307.19
Nem Co Tax, ss, fwh 610.25
Nem Co Tax, nwh 155.01
New Life Church, su 100.00
United Healthcare,ins 1,366.96
Verizon Wireless, se 135.23
Whisler, Kayleigh, mi 20.00
911 Wireless Service
Windstream, se 752.21
Windstream, se 293.53
Windstream, ut 615.44
Windstream, ut 240.17
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; un al, uniform allowance
With no further business to come before the Board of Commissioners, motion by Lovelace, seconded by Hutton to adjourn at 12:15 p.m.
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 - Sept. 30
INVITATION TO BID
Sealed bids for the construction of Pump Stations and the Sixth Street Sewer Improvements - Phase III will be received for Auburn, Nebraska, represented by Board of Public Works, by the Accounting and Finance Manager. Bids will be received at City Hall Council Chambers, 1101 ‘J’ Street until 12:00 Noon,
October 14, 2010 and be opened publicly and read aloud at 1:00 p.m. on October 14, 2010.
The work includes the furnishing of all necessary labor, materials, and equipment for the construction of new Pump Stations, Sixth Street Sewer Improvements Phase III, site work and testing of the new sewer lines and Portable Generators supplied to Owner.
Bids will be received on a firm lump sum basis for the work identified on the plans and in the specifications. Depending on the bid prices, and funding, adjustments can be made in Sewer Rehabilitation and Manhole Rehabilitation Quantities.
The Project is divided into three (3) separate bid packages; the Magnolia Pump Station and 27th Street Pump Station, Sewer Rehabilitation Work, and Portable Generators.
The Bidding and Contract Documents may be examined at the following locations:
Lincoln Builder’s Bureau
Plains Builders Exchange
5910 South 58th Street, #C
220 North Kiwanis Avenue
Lincoln, NE 68516
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
Omaha Builders Exchange
2507 Ingersoll Avenue
4255 South 94th Street
Des Moines, Iowa 50312
Omaha, NE 68127
Copies of the Bidding and Contract Documents may be purchased from the Issuing Office which is as follows:
HDR Engineering, Inc.
8404 Indian Hills Drive
Omaha, NE 68114-4098
Attn: Mr. Scott Anderson
The cost of Bidding and Contract Documents is $75.00 for a complete set of Bidding and Contract Documents with half size drawings. A complete set of Bidding and Contract Documents with full size drawings is $85.00. No partial sets of Specifications or Drawings will be issued and no refunds for any bidding and Contract Documents will be made.
Each Bid shall be accompanied by bid security as described in Section 00100 - Instructions to Bidders.
The successful BIDDER will be required to furnish Performance and Payment Bonds as described in Section 00710 - General Conditions.
The Contract Time is defined in Section 00710 - General Conditions, and specified in Section 00521 - Agreement.
Requirements concerning the qualifications of BIDDERS are described in Section 00100 - Instructions to Bidders.
The Board of Public Works for the City of Auburn reserves the right to waive irregularities and to reject bids.
Any Contract awarded under this Invitation to Bid is expected to be funded in part by the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development.
OTHER BIDDING REQUIREMENTS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
1. Debarment and Suspension
The prospective participants must certify by submittal of EPA Form 5700-49, Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension and Other Responsibility Matters, that to the best of its knowledge and belief that it and its principals are not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from covered transactions by any federal department or agency.
2. Nondiscrimination in Employment
Bidders on this work will be required to comply with the President’s Executive Order No. 11246. Requirements for bidders and contractors under this order are explained in the specifications.
3. Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)
Each bidder must fully comply with the requirements, terms and conditions of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) requirements, including the fair share objectives for disadvantaged business participation during the performance of this contract. The bidder commits itself to the fair share objective for disadvantaged business participation contained herein and all other requirements, terms and conditions of these bid conditions by submitting a properly signed bid.
CITY OF AUBURN, NEBRASKA
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS:
ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE MANAGER
Herald - Sept. 23, 30, Oct. 7
NOTICE OF MASTER
By virtue of an order of sale issued by the District Court of Nemaha County, Nebraska and pursuant to a decree of said Court in an action therein indexed at Case No. CI09-51, wherein CitiMortgage, Inc., is the plaintiff, and Rodney L. Keithley and Kathryn B. Keithley, are the defendants, I will sell at public auction to the highest bigger, for cash, the following property at 10:00 a.m., on the 19th day of October, 2010, inside the east door of the Nemaha County Courthouse, 1824 “N” Street, in the City of Auburn, Nemaha County, Nebraska, to-wit:
A TRACT OF LAND APPROXIMATELY SIXTY (60) BY NINETY (90) FEET IN THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LOT ONE (1) IN BLOCK TWENTY (20), IN HOWE, NIXON AND WILLSON’S ADDITION TO AUBURN, NEMAHA COUNTY, NEBRASKA, ACCORDING TO THE RECORDED PLAT THEREOF AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS BEGINNING AT A POINT FIFTY (50) FEET EAST OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID LOT AND RUNNING THENCE NORTH SIXTY (60) FEET, THENCE EAST TO THE EAST LINE OF SAID LOT, THENCE SOUTH TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID LOT, THENCE WEST TO THE PLACE OF BEGINNING, ALL IN SAID LOT ONE (1),
to satisfy the liens and encumbrances therein set forth; and to satisfy the accruing court costs, all as provided by said order and decree. The purhcaser is responsible for all fees and taxes, including the documentary stamp tax. This sale is made without any warranties as to title or condition of the property.
Dated this 9th day of September, 2010.
Herald - Sept. 16, 23, 30, Oct.7
The following units located at Store-N-Lock, Auburn will be auctioned off or otherwise disposed of on Monday, October 11, 2010 at 1:00 p.m.
Unit #20: Theresa Maher, P.O. Box 363, Peru, NE 68421.
Unit #28: Ahleah Brook, 605 Lafayette, Brock, NE 68320.
Unit #48: April McConnaughey, 64169 727 Road, Auburn, NE 68305.
Unit #63: Nick Andrew, 64806 726 Road, Brownville, NE 68321.
Unit #99: Jessie Martin, 1100 G Street, Auburn, NE 68305.
Unit #107: Steve Westenburg, 72887 634 Ave., Auburn, NE 68305.
Herald - September 16, 23, 30
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF NEMAHA COUNTY, NEBRASKA.
Estate of FRED A. EHLERS, Deceased.
Estate No. PR10-35
Notice is hereby given that on Septeber 15, 2010, in the County Court of Nemaha County, Nebraska, the Registrar issued a written statement of Informal Probate of the Will of said Decedent and that Lee R. Ehlers, whose address is 72742 634A Ave., Auburn, NE 68305 was informally appointed by the Registrar as Personal Representative of the Estate.
Creditors of this Estate must file their claims with this Court on or before November 23, 2010, or be forever barred.
Clerk of the County Court
1824 N Street
Auburn, NE 68305
Albert G. Fuller, #11405
FULLER LAW OFFICE
910 13th Street
Auburn, NE 68305
Herald - Sept. 23, 30 and October 7
CITY OF AUBURN, NEBRASKA
On the 27th day of September, 2010, the Mayor and City Council of the City of Auburn,
Nebraska, adopted an ordinance entitled:
ORDINANCE NO. 10-10
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF REFUNDING BONDS, OF THE CITY OF AUBURN, NEBRASKA, IN THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF FOUR HUNDRED TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($425,000) ISSUED TO REFUND CERTAIN OUTSTANDING BONDS OF THE CITY; PRESCRIBING THE FORM OF SAID BONDS; PROVIDING FOR A SINKING FUND AND FOR THE LEVY AND COLLECTION OF TAXES TO PAY SAID BONDS; PROVIDING FOR THE SALE OF THE BONDS; AUTHORIZING THE DELIVERY OF THE BONDS TO THE PURCHASER; PROVIDING FOR THE DISPOSITION OF THE BOND PROCEEDS AND ORDERING THE ORDINANCE PUBLISHED IN PAMPHLET FORM.
Said Ordinance as published in pamphlet form and copies thereof are available at the office of the City Clerk.
Herald - Sept. 30
September 13, 2010
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 13, 2010, at 7:00 o’clock P.M., in Regular Meeting, open to the general public.
The meeting was called to order by Mayor Robert B. Engles. Upon roll call, the following members of the City Council were present: Holtzman, Snyder, Wittmann, and Thomas. Absent: Critser.
Mayor Engles announced that the Open Meetings Act is posted on the North wall of the Chambers by the entrance door.
Council approved the agenda.
Council approved the August 23, 2010 meeting’s minutes.
Council approved the financial report.
The following claims were presented before the Council: American Family Life Assurance, Wh-68.95; Ameritas life Insurance Corp., Wh-2733.66; Austin Richardson, UA-75.00; Clinton Stonebarger, UA-75.00; Eric Adams, UA-75.00; Hinrichsen Const Co., Se-14000.00; Internal Revenue Service, Wh-7697.42; Jeffrey Timmerman, UA-75.00; Matthew Thompson, UA-75.00; Nebraska Dept of Revenue, Wh-1705.93; Nebraska Child Support Payment, Wh-187.50; R. Daniel White, Ua-75.00; Schneider OK Tire Stores Inc., CRA Project-3200.00; Payroll, $29277.83; Albert Fuller, Reim-9.48; American Recycling & Sanitation, Se-145.00; Annie Thomas, Reim-122.35; Black Hills Energy, Ut-208.17; ASA Football, Equip-1094.30; Auburn Development Council Inc., Inv-5000.00; Auburn Memorial Library Petty Cash, Su-50.59; Auburn Newspapers, Se-358.31; Auburn Plumbing, Htg. & AC Inc., Se-116.53; Board of Public Works, Ut-7355.63; Bulldog Auto Parts, Su-220.51; Captain Handy, Se-150.07; Cornhusker International Truck Parts, Su-508.51; Daktronics, Equip-3331.00; Darrel Volker Construction, Su-637.77; Dave Davis, Reim-2488.86; Demco, Su-92.26; Dettmer Farm Service, Su-162.50; Eakes Office Plus, Su-464.46; Eggers Bros. Inc., Su-36.33; Filter Care, Se-57.55; Fry & Associates Inc., Equip-18579.00; General Reporting Service, Se-74.86; Hutton Lawn Care, Se-81.00; Jack McConnaughey, Se-792.63; JEO Consulting Group Inc., Se-990.00; John Gladmon, Fe-34.55; Linda Bantz, Se-297.01; Lynch’s Hardware & Gifts, Su-52.12; Mark Harms, Ex-500.00; Mellage Repair, Su-22.90; Meyer-Earp Chevrolet, Se-32.38; Mid Con Systems Inc., Su-956.26; Nemaha County, Se-4339.38 ; Nemaha County Court, Ex-17.00; Nemaha County Register of Deeds, Fe-20.50; OMB Guns, Equip-1101.99; Oriental Trading Co. Inc., Su-89.91; Petty Cash, Se-Su-Reim-174.69; Pioneer, Su-147.00; Postmaster, Su-88.00; Sack Lumber Co,, Su-122.42; Schneider OK Tire Store Inc., Re-Su-745.00; Scholastic Library Publishing, Bk-1383.20; Southeast Nebraska Development District, Se-691.88; Striggow’s Southside Body Shop, Re-2724.76; The AIM Institute, Se-7000.00; The Cleaners, Se-26.00; Arbor Day Foundation, Mem-15.00; The Standard, Ins-519.51; Time Warner Cable, Se-94.95; Tincher of Auburn, Maint-47.30; Tri-State Office Products, Su-312.72; Van Kirk Bros. Contracting, Se-850.00; Vander Haag’s Inc., Su-85.00; Verizon Wireless, Se-55.85; Wilson Electric Inc., Se-451.75; Wright Express, Su-3121.28.
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.
Council approved the claims presented.
Approval was given for Council Members Thomas and Wittmann to attend the League of Nebraska Municipalities Annual Conference in Kearney and for Mayor Engles to attend a legislative hearing in Blair.
The request of Auburn Discount Liquor/Gary Leslie at 2404 “J” Street for a Special Designated Liquor License on October 9, 2010, for a wine tasting event was approved.
The specifications for painting the exterior of the fire hall were approved as amended.
A one year extension for CDBG ED ReUse Loan #95-05-Re-03 Block 29 Project was approved by the passage and adoption of Resolution No. 17-10.
Council Member Erickson arrived at the Council Chambers at 7:07 p.m.
CDBG #09-HO-6047 “Citywide” Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Drawdown #4 for Project Related Costs Only and the related claims were approved.
CDBG #09-HO-6047 “Citywide” Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Drawdown #5 for Administrative Costs Only and the related claims were approved.
NSP1 #095-ND-38 Demolition Project Drawdown #7 for Project Only Funds and the related claims were approved.
Council approved Kerns Excavating Company Change Order No. 1 associated with the 2010 Central Avenue Water Main Extension Project.
Council approved the Recommendation of Acceptance of the 2010 Central Avenue Water Main Extension Project and approved Kerns Excavating Company Pay Application No. 2-Final in the amount of $53630.93.
Authorization was given for the placement of stop signs in the area of 10th & K Streets and 11th & K Streets by the passage and adoption of Resolution No. 18-10.
Public Hearing was held on the proposed FY 2010-1011 Budget. There was no opposition to the proposed budget. Following the public hearing, the 2010-2011 Budget was approved and the authorization was given to publish any changes to the Notice of Budget Hearing and Budget Summary previously published. Approval was given to increase the base of restricted funds by 2.5% and any additional amount for allowable growth. The Council approved a motion to exceed the budget limit on restricted funds by an additional one percent and that the total unused restricted funds authority be set in accordance with the approved allowable increases.
Proposed Ordinance No. 8-10, Setting Salaries was approved as presented.
Proposed Ordinance No. 9-10, Annual Appropriation Bill was approved as presented.
Reports were given by the following department heads: police department, fire department, library, and city services. Written financial reports were given on sales tax receipts and the Board of Public Works.
Reports were given by the following committees: Street, Keep Auburn Beautiful, Economic Development, Safety, Legislative and CRA. A written financial report was provided from the Community Redevelopment Authority.
Council confirmed the appointment of Darwin McCollum to the Auburn Volunteer Fire Department.
There being no further business to come before the Mayor and Council, the City Council adjourned.
Robert B. Engles
A complete copy of the minutes is available for inspection at City Hall.
Herald - Sept. 30