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tiA THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, February 14, 2013 .00'Public Notices '(First published Feb. 7, 2013 in The Superior Express) " 'Notice of Appointment of "'  Personal Representative In the County Court of Nuckolls : "" County, Neb. ,'" Estate of Delphia L. Lipker, aka Lorene Lipker, deceased. Estate'No PR 13-7. L' Notice is hereby given that on Feb. .; 5, 2013, in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Neb., the registrar issued a writtenstatement of informal '" probate of the will of said decedentand ',,' that Dorrel Lipker whose address is --' 4660 Road P., Oak, NE 68964, was informally appointed by the registrar "-as personal representative of the es- ' tate. ' ..... Creditors of this estate must file , the'ir dlaims with this court on or before April 8, 2013, or be forever barred. -" Diana Wehrman ,'+i Clerkof the County Court :;: Nuckolls County Cotin p.o. Box 372 + Nelson; NE 68961 LRandaiI-Aiexander # 15337 Downing, A. lcxander & Wood _ 355 N. Commercial, PO Box 185 Superior, N E 68978 .402-879-4751 ZNEZ 6-3c (Published Feb. 7, 2013 in " The Superior Express) Request for Bids "+ A. partment Building Demolition "" The City of Superior invites you to bid on the demolition of a 6-unit apart- "" ntcnf building located at 149 and 155 W Fourtl! Street, Superior, Neb. For " :' bid specifications and other pertinent "' docmnents necessary for you to re- . spend to this bid invitation, please see contact inforn.atioll below. All potential bidders are required to ,%. schcdnle and conduct a pre-bid facility ;%:+ insnection and walk through. Bids must ;!' beiubntittcd by 12:00 p.m. on Thurs- _; day March 7 2013. Bid submittals *:+o 'received alter the deadhne will be re- q' JCclcd. B d st  mttals should be dr- rcted to:Office of the City ClerkCity ; of Supcrior, 135 W Fourth Street, Su- r'" perior, Neb. 68978. Any questionscon-  ccrning this RI'B or requests lor addi- tional information or to set up a pre-bid ( :. facility walkthrough should bedirected ,-:. to Derek Clark at (402) 879-4713 or !k .i mailto:dclark@cityofsupcrior.net.The ' i; " city encourages wolnan-owned and 21 ( minority-owned businesses to respond. ZNEZ 6-3c Free ESlltll;tlt?S .'Fret/On'-Sih .... ' + ConsLIItation . Fully, Insured 5:yr Workmanship Warranty ELECTRICIANS Dcensed ICC General Contracter Steel Roof and Sides (40 yr warranty) 16 colors available Oualily l+u{lut++.Im. (bYrst published Jan. 31, 2013 in The Superior Express) Notice of Appointment of Personal Representative In the County Court of Nuckoils County, Neb. Estate of Ida E. Smith, deceased. Estate No. PR 13-6 Notice is hereby given that a peti- tion for probate of will of said de- ceased, determination of heirs and ap- pointment of Linden E. Smith as per- sonal representative has been filed and is set for hearing in the County Court of Nuckoils county, Neb., located at 150 S. Main, Nelson, Neb., on Feb. 26, 2013, at or after 9:30 o'clock a.m. Warren S. Smith Petitioner 1446 N. Central Ave. Superior, NE 68978 402-879-1390 Timothy S. Schmidt, #15160 213 East Third Street " Superior, NE 68978 402-879-4733 ZNEZ 5-3c (Published Feb. 14, 2013 in The Superior Express) Public Notice The Nuckoils County Board of Equalization will hold a hearing to consider motor vehicle exemption re- quests on Feb. 25, 2013 at 11 a.m. in the commissioners boardroom, Nuckolls County Courthouse, 150 S. Main, Nelson, Neb. A list of organiza- tions seeking an exemption is avail- able in the office of the Nuckolls County Treasurer. Jackie L. Kassebaum Nuckolls County Clerk ZNEZ 7- I c (First published Feb. 14, 2013 in The Superior Express) Nuckolls County Notice of Public Hearing on the Proposed One-and- Six Year Road and Bridge Improvement Plan Public notice++, as required by Section 39-2119, R.S. SUP. 1969, (L.B. 1302, 1969), is hereby given that the Nuckolls County Board of Commis- sioners will meet on the 25th day of February, 2013, beginning at 9:15 a.m., in the regular meeting room in the county courthouse in Nelson, Neb., for the purpose of hearing support, oppo- sition, and recommendations relating to the proposed One-and-Six Year Road And Bridge Improvement Plan for Nuckolls County. Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners ZNEZ 7-2c ,, :.-, :. t.:, D .... ..t + t RESEARCH STUDIES FOR: 50' x 80' x 16' includes 1-24x16 split slider and 1-3' entry door $31,500 (Price does not include wainscot) Specials include: Delivery & Installation Travel charges may apply. www,qualityst ructu res.om Know your limits, so you can have fun and stay in control while gambling. Find more safe gambling tips at PlayltSafe.ne.gov. 3-Ply Laminated Post,. (60 yr, warranty) 8" die Post Spacing - 4' die Truss Spacing .90 MPH Wind Load / 301b Truss load . Sile Preparation available (First published Feb. 14, 2013 hz The Superior Express) Notice of Appointment of Personal Representative In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Neb. Estate of Nancy M. Rodgers, de- ceased. Estate No. PR 13-9. Notice is hereby given that on Feb. 8, 2013, in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Neb., the registrar issued a written statement of informal probate of the will of said decedent and that Randall Alexander whose address is PO Box 185, Superior, Neb. 68978, was informally appointed by the regis- trar as personal representative of the estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this court on or before April 15, 2013, or be forever barred. Diana Wehrman Clerk of the County Court Nuckolls County Court P.O. Box 372 Nelson, NE 68961 Randall Alexander #15337 Downing, Alexander & Wood 355 N. Commercial, PO Box 185 Superior, NE 68978 402-879-4751 ZNEZ 7-3c (Published Feb. 14, 2013 & The Superior Express) NOTICE To Whom it May Concern: You are hereby notified that the undersigned filed their application in the District Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, on the 8th day of February, 2013, the object and prayer of said application being to change the name of the undersigned's biological son from that of Noah Lane Shaw to that of Noah Lane Zoltenko. You are further notified that the undersigned intends to present his application for change of name to said court on the 5th day of March, 2013, at the hour of 1:00 p.m., of said day, or as soon thereafter as can be heard. At that time, any person or persons objecting to such change of name may be present and present their objections to the court. Dated this 8th day of February, 2013. ' Cole J. Zoltenko, Applicant 2980 Cedar Road Courtland, Kansas 66939 Benjamin H. Murray No. 24951 His attorney Germer, Murray & Johnson 147 North 4th Street P.O. Box 87 Hebron, Nebraska 68370 (402) 768-7400 ZNEZ 7-2c (Published Feb. 14, 2013 in The Superior Express) Proceedings of the Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners February 4, 2013 The Nuekolls County Board of Commissioners met Monday, Feb. 4, 2013 in the board meeting room at the courthouse, Nelson, Neb., per recess of Jan. 28, 2013. Combs, Brown and Corman present for the meeting. The agenda of said meeting was remitted to board members in advance of the meet- ing and is posted in the county clerk's office and on the county website. Combs announced the 'Open Meet- ings Act Law' as posted in the com- missioners board meeting room and handouts are available. The board reconvened at 9:02 a.m. Chairman Combs approved the Jan. 28, 2013 minutes as submitted. Gary Warren, highway superinten- dent and Cindy Buescher. executive secretary met with the board to update them on the current activities of the county road department. Buescher sub- mitted two quotes from Eakes Office Plus for a copier machine showing either a purchase option or a lease option. The first quote was for a black & white copier and the second quote was for a color copier. The board ad- dressed which options would be suit the road department. No decision made as it will be addressed on next week's agenda. Warren gave an update on Project C65-(302), in Nelson Precinct on Road 3200 between 1470 and 1500. The old bridge is about half way taken out. Warren also noted the sewer at the Oak Road Shop has been completed 1or a bathroom to be installed. They are working on the concrete now. They are doing shop work this week along with a few of the guys out on the county roads running the motorgraders. It was noted there are some potholes devel- oping from the snow melt. Mark Mainelli from Mainelli Wagner & Associates met with the board. Mainelli discussed with the board the issue of the City of Superior to annex in property which also in- cludes a county road and bridge. Mainelli gave State Statute, Chapter 18, Section 1716.01 that refers to An- nexation; property contiguous to or abutting county road; effect. It states the annexation will include the county road if it abuts to the property being annexed. Discussion was held regard- ing the TIF project for the Aurora Coop. The county can not TIF unless it is an ethanol plant. A TIF is taxes that are collected that goes towards improve- merits. Discussion was held regarding if the railroad had already been an- nexed into the city limits. It was noted I , i MN Contractor #Be 146710 00esegn 00ames, I,,+. ....... '+' ...... 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The board agreed to continue with work on con- crete projects tbr the county that would also add to the Capital Outlay. Ensign also submitted her monthly board re- port for January 2013. Other January 2013 county board reports submitted are the county clerk, county court and district court. A motion was made by Corman and seconded by. Combs to accept the January 2013 county board reports from the county clerk, county court, district court and county trea- surer as received Combs, Brown and Corman all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Kassebaum gave an update regard- ing the following issues. Eletech Inc. submitted a notice that the quarterly inspections will be going up from $341.78 to $349.91. Kassebaum also gave an update on the current status of the refinancing project for Brodstone Memorial Hospital. It was noted the county has not been committed to this obligation at this time. Jerry Berggren from Berggren Ar- chitects met with the board to give a presentation on what his company could do for Nuckolls County. They like to work with old Courthouses with architectural work with preservation and restorations, energy conservation, elevators, fire sprinklers, designs for air circulation, etc. They will do large or small projects. Berggren submitted a portfolio of work they have done for other counties in the state. Some ques- tions were asked of more specific is- sues tO this courthouse. He volunteered to look at them to get an idea of the problem. Ensign informed the board of a cus- tolner getting stuck in the vertical lift outside. Some discussion was held about needing a ADA Phone system installed. The 2012 annual report of the Trail- blazer RC&D was submitted for the board to review. The trailblazer also is requesting $200 sponsorship fee for support in 2013. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Combs to approve the $200 sponsorship fee for the Trailblazer RC&D for the year 2013. Combs, Brown and Corman all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. The board reviewed the long sheets for the employees of the sheriff's de- partment for the hours in 2012 and also for the veteran's service officer. Jerry Berggren with Berggren Ar- chitects asked the board if they would like to look at the outside to address . one of the problems they asked him about. The board recessed at 10:20 a.m. to look at the building and recon- vened at 10:32 a.m. Mike Drohman did not show for his assigned time with the board. The following claims were submit- ted for approval: General Fund Aramark Uniform Services, rugs and mats ............................ 492.18 AS Central Services, teletype services ............................. 461.00 Associated Anesthesiologists, inmate medical .................. 560.00 Axis Capital, Inc., copier lease. 148.00 Boeka, Donna, meal-mileage reimbursement- .................... 52.78 Brody Chemical Comp. Inc., janitorial & bldg and grounds supplies ............... 696.99 Business World Products, office supplies & data processing 503.74 C & M Supply - Nelson, fuel ... 92.50 Oasey's General Stores, Inc., fuek ..................................... 805.38 Central Nebraska'Co Assessors Assn, dues ..................................... 20.00 City of Nelson-utilities, utilities .................. 1,529.94 Combs, Michael; mileage reimbursement ................. 114.24 Cooperative Producers Inc., fuel .................................... 367.0 Cox, Gerald, juror fees ........... 64.38 Dell Marketing L. P., data processing ................... 39.99 Eakes Office Plus, printing and publishing ......................... 624.56 Effenbeck, Julie, public defender contract .......................... 1,800.00 Eletech, Inc., buildings and grounds repair .............. 32,261.00 Fangmeier, Crystal, mlg, meal, reg & telephone reimburse ..... 180.43 Germer Murray & Johnson, court appointed counsel ...... 75.00 Gillilan, Jason, juror fees ......... 64.38 Glenwood Telecommunications Inc., office equipment lease ...... 227.27 Hall County Corrections, inmate boarding and medical .......................... t,766.83 Himmelberg, Kenneth, mileage and meal reimbursement .................... 42.25 Hometown Leasing, office equipment lease ...... 360.88 IBM Corporation, data processing ................. 381.00 Internal Medical Assoc of Grand Island, inmate medical ................. 210.00 Jones, Doris, prior service ....... 22.00 Klein, Deborah, contractual services ....... 1,700.00 Lincoln Radiology Group PC, inmate medical .................. 184.00 Mailfinance, postal services .. 792.00 Maximus, Inc., professional fees ............... 542.85 PRE-MEMORIAL DAY SALE SAVI ,; t )PI ( )lit JNI )RI ';1 )S ( )N IVI( )NUMI ,]Nr rs 1.'1 ,;B. 15- MARCI I 15! +, +!  ,, Z 1 i,  ! . :, i, ''i; + Trump Memorials " 1600 West "O" St. - lAncoln ( 476-1501 or 800-309-6471 t/l-stock ilon l4ments markers, benches, vases QUALITY MEMORIALS SINCE 1886 Moon & Sun Monument 613 4th St.- Fairbury 729-2146 or 800-307-4342 IES ('ommercial, Inc is accepting, applications fin" I,icensed and Apprentice Electricians for i)rojccts in Northeast and Ce.tral Nebraska Nigh on [)onus I'(ll' qualified apldit'gllls. 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Health insurance is NOT required. * COMPENSATION UP TO $1,375 * Menards, janitorial supplies ..... 54.56 Microfilm Imaging Systems Inc, data processing ................... 45.00 Midwest Radar & Equipment, equipment maintenance .... 120.00 Mikkelsen Farm & Lumber, buildings and grounds repair ................................. 224.59 MIPS, office supplies .............. 56.82 NACO, registration fee .......... 380.00 NE Assn. of County Treasurers, _+ dues ..................................... 75.00 Nebraska County Court Assn, dues ..................................... 25.00 Nuckolis County Court, county court cost ............... 102.00 Nuckolls County Locomotive-Gazette, printing and publishing ...... 84.00 Nuckolls County Treasurer, interfund transfer, postage, & data proces ................. 132,073.00 Pesek, Darci, mileage and telephone reimburse ............ 43.21 Prather Law Office, court appointed counsel ............. 227.04 Quill, office supplies & equipment ......................... 621.85 Rees, Jennifer, mileage reimbursement .................... 25.53 Reliable Office Supplies, office supplies. .................... 85.43 Rogers, Susan, mileage and meals reimbursement .................... 79.63 Schoenholz, Phyllis, mileage, and telephone allowance., ......... 38.90 Secretary Of State - Election Div, office supplies ..................... I 0.00 Sourcegas, heating fuels ..... 1,170.44 Stanard Appraisal Service ................ appraiser's and professional fees ................................. 2,180.50 Stichka, Jean, office supplies... 56.61 Superior Ace Hardware, buildings and grounds repair .............. 15.36 The Physician Network, inmate medical ............... 1,445.00 Theobald Law Office, attorney tees ................... 1,437.4 I Thornberry, Doris, prior service ........................ 17.00 Tuttle, Charles, bailiff services. 100.00 USPS-Hasler, postal services .......................... 2,000.00 Verizon Wireless, telephone service .................. 2.88 Webster County Community Hospital, inmate medical .................. 977.98 Wehrman, Diana L, youth services reimbursement .................. 100.00 West Payment Center, law library ......................... 750.00 Wheeland, Mary, prior service .. 15.00 Windstream, telephone, internet, & fax service ...................... 1,243.54 Woodward's Disposal Service, Inc., document destruction .......... 85.00 Road Rund Ace Irrigation & Mfg. Co. Inc., culverts ........................ 16,846.99 American First Aid & Safety, first aid supplies .................. 44.64 Bolte, James, license tee .......... 31.25 Brodstone Memorial Hospital, drug & alcohol testing ............... 146.00 C & M Supply, machinery and equipment fuel ............. 22,316.46 City of Nelson, utilities .......... 537.59 City of Superior, utilities ....... 483.7 I Clay County Road Department, engineering fee reimbursement ............... 1,047.83 (Continued to Page 7A) - - , ....... E ..... -; /" ) Sat Feb 23 9-4 Sun Feb 24 il-4 Lancaster Event Center Lincoln, NE www.ilovemydogex po.com When you choose natural gas from Constellation, a contribution to Nebraska youth is in the stars. Choose Constellation as your natural gas provider during the Choice Gas selection period in April. and we'll contribute to 4-H and FFA in your county. "-" Constel.tation. 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