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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS ! Public Notices of an emergency nature, the agenda will not be enlarged later than 24 hours -- before the scheduled commencement LPublished Feb. 4. 2010 in T& Superior Expreess) Notice of meeting Notice is hereby given, that a meet- lng of the Board of Education of the School District of Superiorin the Coun- lies of Nuckolis. Webster, and Thayer, in the State ol Nebraska--Nuckolls County SoD)el District No. 011 will be held at 7:30 o'clock P.M: on Feb. 8. 2010. in llae senior high library in the district This meeting is open to the public. Agenda items known at this time for consideration by the board , will be as fo!lews: 1. Approve amended budget 2. Recoguizc the SEA as the exclusive bargaining agent 3. Certified employee resignation : 4. Certi ed employee resignation 5.2010-201 I school calendar 5-1c , PublLv/wd Feb. 4. 2010 in the Sul)erim" Erl)ress p Nuckolis County Notice of Public Hearing on the Proposed One-and-Six Year Road and Brndge Improvement Plan , PUBLIC NOTICE. as required by : section 39-2119. R.S. SUP. 1969.  L.B. 131)2, 1969L is hereby given that the ,Nuckolls County Board of Commls- stoners will meet on the 22nd day of :February, 2010. beginning at 11:00 a:m., iu the regular meeung room in {Ihe County Courthouse in Nelson. . Nebraska. Ior the purpose of hcatin,- supp)rt, opposition, and recommen- dations relating m the proposed {one-and-six year road and bridge improvmcnt plan for NuckollsCeunly. ,' Nu'ckolls County Board of Com- missioners 5-2c t Published Feb, 4, 2010 in rite Superior Express, Legal Notice .The regular monthly meeting of the board el Educational Service Unit #9 will be held on Monday, February 15. 2010. at 6:00 p.m. in the ESU #9 main c{)nlclence ro{)in, I 117 E. S()u/h Street m Hastines. In the cvem Ihc bozud is uuablc to meet on Ibis date. lhc allot- hate meeting date will he Tuesda 3. Fcbru',uy 16. 2010. at 6:00 p.m. An agenda containing a listing o1 subjccls rcquil:ing the attentiotq ef the board is available lor public inspection during mrma{ business hours in the Thursday, February 4. 2010 I Published Feb. 4. 2010 in ESU #9 main office. Except for items The Superior Express Meeting or the mayor and council of the meeting. Sue Brown, Board Secretary l-c (First published Feb. 4. 2010 in The Superior Express) Notice in the County of Nuckolls County, Nebraska Estate of Glenda L. Thayer Hiner, deceased. Estate No. PR10-4. Notice is hereby given that on Jan. 29. 2010. in the county court of Nuck- olls County. Neb.. the Registrar issued a written statement of Informal Pro- I ate of the will of said decedent and t hat Bruce D. Tha3 er. whose address is I: O Box 526. Springfield. Neb., 68059 and Ronald D. Thayer. whose address is 709 E. Third. Superior. Nob.. 68978. w cr,z informally appointed by the Reg- is: war as co-personal representatives of th e c:statc. C, reditors of this estate musl file the :it claims with this court on or before A p ri I 5.2010. or be forever barred. ,D,iana Wehrman (7 lerk of the County Court DO Box 372 I%elsen. Neb.. 68961-0372 Rant I all Alexander ( Bar IDNo. 15337) Downing, Alexander and Wood- 355 i' q. Commercial Supel riot, Neb.. 68978 402-8 ',79-4751 5-3c (Fl rs'r published Feb. 4. 2010 in The Superior E.q)ress) Notict , of Infiwmal Appointment of Pe-sonal Representative and Notice to creditors Estm.e of Gloria K. Stark. deceased. Case Nt ). PR 10-5 Notk "e is hereby given that on Jan. 29. 2010 L in the count 5 court of Nuck- oils Corn lty, Nebraska. Martie C. Stark. whose ac ldress is P.O. Box 23. Edgar. Neh.. 68 t. t35-0023, was appointed pcr- sen'at representative of tiffs estate. Creditors of this estate nlusl file their claims wit h this court on or before April 5.20 10. or be forever barred. Diana V Cehrman Clerk ol lhe County Court PO Box 372. Nelson. Neb. 68961 402-225 -2371 Dean N. Ha nsen (Bar ID No. 116901 Attorney foF Personal Representative PO Box 401 Edgar, Neb., 68935-0401 402-224-810:5 5-3c of Superior. Neb., was convened in open and public session on the 25th dav of Jan.. 2010 in the conference room of the city-utility building at 7:30 p.m. Present were council members. Littrell. Ward. Worm, Springer, Schmidt. Lemke. Absent: None. No- tice of the meeting was given in ad- vance thereof by posting m the city clerk' s office. Municipal Library and Public Safet 3 Building, the designated lnethod of giving notice. Availability of the proceedings hereafter shown was I aken while the convened meeting was open to the public. The mayor noted that a co; py of the Open Meetings Act was posted on the west wall and available for public review Mayor Maxey presiding at the meeting. Utilities Section Item 1. Council by majority vote approved the January utility claims. City Section Item 1 Council. by majority vote. approved the minutes from the Jan. 11 and Jan. 13.2010 council meetings. Item 2. Council. by majority vote. approved lhe January city claims.. Item 3. Council had request from citizen regarding disposal of dog waste on public and private property. Coun- cil. by majority vote. tabled item as council requested that the city attorney write an ordinance regarding this mat- ter to be acted on at a later date. Item 4. Council. by majority vote, nay Ward, approved the purchase of a 2004 GMC Yukon for the police de- partment. Item 5. Council. by majority vote. approved the manager applications for Ryan Butler for lhe Eagles. Item 6. Council. by majority vote. approved the reappointment of Sharon Seeba to the library board for a feur- y ear term. Item 7. Council. by majority vote, approved the reappemtment of Tom Johnson. Kim Young and Harold Kramp { alternate member  to the Plan- ning Commission for athree-year term Item 8. Mayor Maxey had the clerk read the PrOclamation for the Boy Scouts proclaiming Feb. 8. 2010 as Boy Scouts of America-100 Years of Scouting Day. Item 9. Mayor Maxey had the clerk read the proclamation proclaiming March as Gambling Awareness Month. Item 10. Council held a short dis- cussion on council wards. Item 11. No travel request NOTICE- HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONS The Nebraska Homestead Exemption is desiglqed to provide local property tax relief to qualifying elderly and disabled individuals that own and live in ttle home for which an exemption application is made. Depending on the household income al or a port ion of the valuation of the homestead may be exempted lrom taxation. A homestead exemption is available to three g roups of people: persons over age 65; certain disabled individuals: or certain disabled veterans and their wvidow(er)'s. Applicants must have household income in accordance with the income tables. Those individuals who had a 2009 homestead ex:em ption will receive their forms in the mail. Others who :-:..,ih to, appl:y m8.y pick up applications and income .,tatements in the Nuckolls Gounhty Assessor'soffice for filing after February 1.2,010 and on or before June 30, 2010.  For more information, please contact your county assessor's office. Telephone: 402-225-2401. HOUSEHOLD INCOME TABLE The total of your 2008 federal adjusted gross income, plus: 1) any Nebraska adjustments increasing federal adiusted gross income: 2) interest or dividends fi'om Nebraska and its subdivisions' obligations: and. 3) social security-retirement or railroad retirement income: and min us allowable deductible medical expenses. Household income will be that of the claimant, spouse, and all other persons who own and occupy the homestead ' Age 65 or Older MARRIED $ 0 - $29,100.99 :9,101 30,700.99 0,701 - 32200,99 }2,201 - 33 800.99 13,801 35,300.99 }5,301 - 36,900.99 36,901 and over SINGLE $ 0 - $24,800.99 24,801 - 26,100.99 26,101 - 27,400.99 27,401 - 28,700.99 28,701  30,000.99 30 001 - 31,300.99 31,301 and over PERCENTAGE OF RELIEF 100% 85% 70% 55% 40% 25% , O% Disabled Veterans & Disabled Individuals Census Jobs for 20lip Katana.Summit LLC a eaatng supplier of wind towers n N0th America is seeking Key indiv duals Journeyman Maintenance Electrician 2 , shift. Nebraska Journeyman cense requ,ed. NDE Technician 3_ t & 2, stift nondestructive exam of matena using visual, msgnetm, oarticle an ultrasonic testing Requires ASNT Level II UT certification Certified Weld mspect0r CWl a plus. Check us out at www.katana- summit.corn Send resumes to 1600 E. 291" Ave. Columbus, NE 68601 or apply at Workforce Development office. EOE Call to reserve a spot in the test session nearest yo,t. 1-866-861-2010 1-402-479-2320 Full ana part time Work near home Apply by taking twenty- eight question skills test Sl 1.50 per hour Plus Mileage reimbursement Must brinL2 forms of ID: A passport OR a driver's license AND Social Secu- rity Card (must De onginal). Must be 18 for employment. I MARRIED'; . SINGLE $ 0- $32,000.99 32,001 - 33,500.99 33,501 - 35,100.99 $ O- $27,900.99 39,701 and over i 27,901 - 29,200.99 29,201 - 30,500.99 35,101- 36,600.99 30,501- "31,800.99 36,601 - 38,200.99 31,801 33,100.99 38,201 39,700.99 33,101- 34,400.99 34,401 and over Isn't it time your home was tested? r m 1 m m 1 m m = Special Offer . [] (Radon Awareness Month Special) | I $50 OFF Radon Test I (regular price $105) Thro nQseme' I or I i $75 OFF Radon , .... I P.scment & Rodon Spcitlitx  Mitigation system ;: ,{,>,:':','\>x: Item 12, Various committee reports were given Meeting adjourned. Billy J. Maxey, Mayor Attest: Jan DieM; City Clerk January Utility Claims Department of Revenue. 1.688.04: Nebraska Workforce Dev.. 296.00: ,Bargen Electric 182.85: Blue Cross Blue Sllield. 10..729.55: Fairbury Winnelson. 57.26: Larry Brittenham. 321.6L: Lila Wilson. 260.00: MES- Midam 131.21 ; Nebraska Municipal Power Pool. 850.00: Nebraska Public Health Laboratory, 342.00: Olsson Associates. 570.20: Safety-Kleen Corp, 172.14: South Central Public Power District. 1.568.88: Superior Electric. 67.05: Ahnqui st. Maltzahn, Galloway,. Luth, 6.375.00: Van Kirk Bros. Con- tracting, 41.277.23: City of Superior, 30,061.00: Edward D. Jones hwest- ments, 1,920.87: Salaries. 18,541'.98: American Family Lil`e. 378:36: Blue Cress Blue Shield. 12.391.21 : Central United Life Insurance. 107.06: De- partment of Revenue. 1.748.76: Ed- ward Jones Investments. 1.994.33: Great America Leasing Corp, 53.26: Hawkins. Inc.. 509.39: John Druba. 115.00: Nebraska Rural Water Asso- ciation. 500.00: NMC. 28.41: Olsson Associates. 1.149,33: Standard Insur- ance, 595.52: Verizon Wireless. I 14.94 January City Claims Arnerican Family Life. 508.91: Elnergency Medical Products. 216.04: Farmers  Merchants Bank. 2,501.20: John Druba, 95.00: Superior Electric. 282.60: West Payment Center. 168.00: Neb. Department of Revenue. 749.19: Salaries. 10.083.28: Blue Cross Blue Shield, 8.759.28: Blue Cross Blue Shield. 12.130.06: CDBG Certifica- uon. 130.00: Central United Life In- surance. 100.02: Mick's Heating & Air conditioning, 64.65:MSC-410526. 15.00: Nebraska Supreme Court. 104.00: NeFSMA. 35.00: Standard Insurance. 308.64: Vdrizon Wireless 232.12: City of Superior, 1.806:13: Superior Development Corporation. 6.250.00: City of Superior sales tax account. 4,166.67: Lord Abbott. 995.79. A complete text of the minutes. resolutions and ordinances is on file in the city clerk?s office and is available for public inspection during regular business hours. 5- I c (First published Jan. 28. 2010 in The Superior Express) Notice of Trustee's Sale The following described property will be sokt at public auction to ihe highest bidder inside the south door of the Nuckolls County Courlhouse m Nelson, Neb.. on Wednesday, March 10. 2010 at 10 a.ln. A tract of land located in the North- east quarter NE 1/4) of Section Twenty-one 121 ), Township Four (4) MEETING NOTICE The Lower Republican NRD Board of Directors will be holding a Variance Request hearing on February 11th at 2 p.m. The regular monthly meeting will be held immediately following the Variance Hearing. The meetings will be held in the Lower Republi- can NRD meeting room, 30 North John Street. Alma, Nebraska. An agenda for this meeting is available at the Lower Republi- can NRD office in Alma and at County NRCS offices. If you have any questions, please contact our office. It's FAFSA Time! Apply for financial aid at fafsa,gov. EducationQuest has free tools to help you get started:, Financia:l Aid Videos FAFSA Checklist FAFSA Tutorial - Financial Aid Podcasts See 'Completing the FAFSN' at EducationQuest org North,'Range Eight (8) West of the 6th P.M.. Nuckolls County, Nebraska. being described as follows: Commencing at the Northwest cor- ner of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4) of said Section Twenty-one (21): thence $90" 00'00 v E (assumed beat- ing) along the North line of the North- east Quarter (NE I/4) of said Section Twenty-one (21) 1.084.23/'eel to the TRUE PLACE OF BEGINNING: thencecontinuingS90"O0'O0" Ealong said North line 61.0 feet: thence S03"15' 56" W 92.72 feet: thence $35' 52' 34" E. 103.56 feet to the beginning of a curve concave to the Southwesl subtended by 'a radius of 170.16 t`eet with central angle of 69" 38' 37": thence along said curve, the chord of which bears $25" 15' 08" E an arc distance of 206.83 I`eet: thence Sll' 38' 50"" W 415.06 feet: thence $76" 56'43" E 188.75 feet: thence S02" 56' 02" W 250.34 feet: thence $42" 49' 13" W, 228.90 l`eet: theuce N84" 33' 20" W 343.21 feet: thence NI0' 03'59" E 1.205.29 l`eet ro the Place of the Begin- ning, subject to public road right-of- wa on the North: AND a permanent easement across the following described property: A tract of land located in the North- east Quarter (NE1/4) of Section Twenty-one (21 . Township Four (4) North: Range Eight (8) West of the 6th P.M.. Nuckolls County. Nebraska. be- ing described as follows: Commencin at tim Northwest cor- uer of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1/41 of said Section Twenty-one (21 ): thence $90 00' 00" E'. assumed bearing) along the North line of the Nol'theast Quarter (NE 1/4 of said Section Twenty-one (21 ) 1.145.23 feel: thence S03" 15' 56'" W 33.05 feet to the County right-of-way line also being the TRUE PLACE OF BEGINNING: thence con- tinuing S03" 15' 56'" W 59.67 feel: thence $35" 52' 34" E 103.56 feet to the beginning of a curve concave to the Southwest subt:ended by a radius of 170.16 feet with a central angle of 69' 38' 37": thence along said curve the chord Of which veers S 25" 15' 08" E an arc distance of 206.83 feet: thence S 11" o , 38 50" W 415.06: thence S76 56 43" E 49.02 l`eel: thence NI 1' 38' 50" E 506.75 t`eet; thence N35" 52' 34" W 247.01 feet: thence N03"15' 56" E 40.44 feet to the County right-of-way line: thence N9ff' 00'00" W along said County right-of-way line 64.00 feet to the Place of Beginning. The property will be sotd subject to all (1) real estate taxes. (2) special assessments, i 3  easements, covenants. restrictions or liens of.record and (4) prier mortgages and trust deeds of record, if any. The successful bidder shall forth- with pay the bid price whereupon a Trustee's Deed will be delivered. The sale is being held pursuant to a power o1 sale granted in a Deed of Trust filed Jan. 18.2005 in Book 157 at Pages 178-183 of the records of the Register0f Ueeds of Nuckolls County : in which.J.ohu.2-I_.Wagne,,.and Judith Young-Wagner are trustors. Charles W. Hastings, Trustee Bar I.D. No. 15409. Dunmire. Fisher & Hastings PO Box 1044 Hastings, Neb. 68902-1044 402-463-1383 4-5c ................................ Pubhshed beb. 4. 2010 in (The Superior Express Notice of Personal PropertyAssessment Personal property assessment schedules must be filed in the county assessor's off between Jan, I, 2010 and May 1.2010. Any taxable personal propcrt value not reported by the May I liling dead- line shall be subject to a penalty. Any personal property value added after May 1 and on or before July 31 of the year the property was required to be reported shall be subject to a penalty of 10 percent of the tax due on the value added. Any perso a property value added on or after August l ofthe year the property was required to be re ported: shall be subject to a penalty of 25 percent of the tax due on the value added. Taxpayers filing personal property for the first time should bring to this office a list of their property, the year acquired and the purchase price as well as the depreciation work sheet used for their federal return The assessor will mail a postcard reminding the t axpa3,- ers that filed the prewous year to come to the office. All taxpayers are required to bring a copy of their deprecmtion work sheets from their federal returns. Even though you do not have ttn' changes, you must still sign and retm'} your schedule/ All depreciable, tangible personal property on hand as of Jan. [, 12:01 a.m.. 2010. which has a Nebraska Net Book Value greater than zero and has a determined l i t`e of more than one year is taxable, Don 't/brget/ The Nttckolls Cotmty Courthouse will be closed Friday. April 23. 2010. in observance (Arbor Day. This includes all machinery and equipment, computer, office furniture. business equipment or any property that is used in a trade or business for Ihe production of income. Irrigau on equip- ment. such as piw)ts, pumps, pipes and motors are also personal property and must be listed on the return. These Hems arc not included in the value of the land. If 3 ou have an accountant prepare your return, please ask them to request your schedule from us for completion. Janice E. Murray Nuckolls County Assessor 402-225-24(} I 5- lc Publis/ted Feb. 4. 2010 m The Superior Express) Proceedings of the Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met Jan. 25. 2010 in the board meeting room at the court- house. Nelson. Neb.. pcr recess of Jan. 19.2010. Corn]an. Brown and Combs present for the mecting. The agenda of said meetine was remitted to board members in advance of the meeting and wa posted in thc county clerk's office and on the county website Corman announced the 'Opcn Meet- ings Act Law' as posted in thc con> missioners board meeting room and handouts are available. The board reconvened at 9:02 a.m. Ch airman Corman approved the agenda and the Jan. 19. 2010 minutes. The following miscellaneous cor- respondence was submitted to the board ifi advance of lhe meeling: Trailblazer RC&D minutes from Nov. 23 2009 and the agenda for Jan. 25, 2010. Mai-vin Smidt flier Viih file bciard to discuss his findings on remtwing the chimney m the courthouse in order to make the men's bathroom handicap accessible. His findings were that the chimney acts as a support and walls. floors and additioual supports would need to be constructed and this would be a very costly endeawm The board decided to nol pr()ceed with lhis projecl at this time Bob Trapp, Superior Ace Hardware met with the board to discuss the re- placement of the windows in the ceurl- h()use. A motion was made by Cernlan and seconded b 3 Brown to reappoint Peggy Meyer to thc South Heartland District Health Department Board to serve a three year term efl'ectivc March 1.2010 as the "public spirited' person from City of Wilber Full Time Police Chief Applications available at the Wilber City Office, 101 W. Third Street, Wilber. NE 68465 (402) 821-3233. Salary based on expe- rience; health/life insurance benefits. After "'conditional offer" is made, applicant must satisfactory complete a pre-employment polygraph and psychological review. Required to reside within the Wilber City Limits within 90 days from date of hire. Questions please cal 402-821-2821 or 402-821-3233. Submit applications and resume to: City of Wilber Attn: Mayor Roger Chrans: PO Box 486: Witber, NE 68465. Application deadline - postmarked by February 12. 2010. The City of Wilber s an equal opportunity employer Nuckolls County. Corman, Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Gary Warren. assistant highway superintendent and Cindy Buescher. executive secretary for the road de- partment met with the board to discuss the current road department activities. Road employees are working in the shop and grading county roads. In- spection was conducted by Nirma's Tim Baxter at all the,road department shops in Nuckolls County. Found only minor issues to be corrected, and has passed inspection. A motion was made by Combs and seconded by Corman to authorize Chairman Corman to sign the contract between M.E. Collins and Nuckolls County for construction of Project BRO-7065r21 for $210.901.57. Corman. Brown and Combs all voted a e. 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Negotiations are being conducted for the costs on the dirt work and con- crete for Bridge #C006502045 located between section 16 & 21. T3N-R5W (Elk Precincl. Other possible softlnatch projects were discussed. A n]ouon to enter executive session was made by Corman and seconded by Brown at 9:47 a.m. lor personnel rea- sons. Corman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Those present were the Ihree board members. Warren. Buescher and Kassebaum. A inonon was made by Brown and seconded by Connan to leave executive session al 9:57 a.nl. Cornlan. Brown ttnd" Conlbs all voted aye. 0 volcd nay. Motion carried. Carissa Uhrmacher met with the board to give an update on Ihe South Central Partnership Regional Consor- uum on Juvenile Services Ior tlac Ibur counties of Nuckolls. Adams. Chty and Wcbsler. Uhrmachcr also prc- sented a Memorandum of Understand- ing Rcgarding Juvenile Scrwccs Counly Aid Funding. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Combs to approve and authorize thc chairnmn of Ihe counly board IO sign the Mcmoranduln ef Understanding. Corman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voled nay. Motion carried. Michelc Beret. South Heartland District Health Department met with the board to g ve the annual report for 2008-2009. Bever also presented a pro- posal to make available in Nuckolls County a office space one day a month to allow the people ofNuckolls County a timc to address any health issues. Discussion was held atd Ihe board gave their approval to find an availaNe location wilhin the county. Bever would like te begin next month. Traccy McGce, Encrgywtse met with the board to g vea denlonstralion on Gorcll Windows. Ray Meycr. Midwesl Insurance Agency tact with the board Io give the report on the lnleractive Health Solu- lions Blood Screenings that were con- dueled the en d o f July 2009 for Nuckolls C()i]nt:ycmpt(*yees vlm participated. Meyer als0 plxposcd somc quotes lbr the Nuckolls County Prescription Plan for costs. Nuckolls Counly uses ScripWorld for their prescription dis- counts lb,thcir mcdical insurancc plan. Meyer prescntcd discount costs sav- ings for Ihe coum y. No decision madc at this time The board recessed the boaM of commissioners meeting at 1.2:04 p,m. to do the c uarterly jail inspcction. The next beard of commissioners meeling is Feb. I, 2010. Dann K. Corman. chairman By: Jackie L. Kassebaum County Clerk 5: I c Beware Ihe fury of a patient man. 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