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Public Notices (Continued to Pale 6A/ Discussion held on the issue of a bridge deck that appears to be buckling due to moisture under the cement The board will have Warren check into this. Jeff Dillion and Brvan Copeland, Rasmussen Mechanical Services. met with the board to show them three different proposals for the heating and coolingsystem for theNuckollsCounty Courthouse. Proposal No. I is for re- pairs, cleaning and preventative main- tenance of the system. This includes 15 different\\;units throughout the court- house. This includes the upscale size of valves on the individual units. The total cost was given at $9,235. Pro- posal No. 2 will be for Phase 1: Install- ing a "web based" remote interface program called HoneywellDDC equip- ment. This would be to control the existing fan coil units, the existing boilers and air chiller unit. new room thermostat controls and the repair of 5 of the 15 fan coil units. The total cost for Phase 1 is $19.167. Proposal No. 3 will be for Phase 2. will include the balance of 10 fan coil units. Phase 1 and 2 will allow Rasmussen Mechani- cal to monitor from the home office. The proposal cost of Phase 3 is $19,075.00. This will alarm the home office within seconds of experiencing a problem with the system. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Corman to approve Rasmussen Me- chanical Services to proceed with pro- posal No. 1 for the cleaning, repairs and preventative maintenance of the current heating and cooling system wi thin the Nuckolls County courthouse for the cost of $9,235. Corman. Brown and Combs all voted aye. 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Tim Schmidt and Susan Rogers, two members of the Nuckolls County insurance committee, met with the board to present the committee's re- quest for a spec sheet for the upcoming medical-dental insurance for the Nuck- oils County employees. Discussion held and the committee will note any changes discussed. The board proceeded to discuss the proposals from Rasmussen Mechani- cal Services4or the two- phase system to'update the heating and cooling sys- tem for the Nuckolls County Court- house. A motion was made by Corman and seconded by Brown to proceed with Phase 1 of the proposal from Rasmussen Mechanical Services. ormn. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. The following salary claims were approved: General fund salaries. $31.909.36: Road fund salaries. $34.535.23: Civil Defense fund sal- ary; $2.133.33; Emergency 911 fund salary; $400.00. There being no further business. .the meeting was recessed at 11:37 a.m until Feb. 22, 2010. Danny K. Corman. Chairman By: Jackie L. Kassebaum. County Clerk 9-1c (Published March 4. 2010 in The Superior Express) Proceedings of the Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners February 22, 2010 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met February 22, 2010 in the board meeting room at the court- house, Nelson. Nebraska. per recess of February 16, 2010. Corman. Brown and Combs present for the meeting. The agenda of said meeting was remit- ted to board members in advance of the meeting and was posted in the county clerk' s office and on the county website. Corman 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 a.m. Chairman Corman approved the agenda and the Feb. 16. 2010 minutes. The following correspondence was submitted to the board in advance of 2010 and the minutes from Jan 25. 2010 of the Trailblazer RC&D. Vicl,i Ensign, county treasurer met with the board to report the cost of the purchase of eight computers for $9,102.44 for the various county of- rices in the courthouse. Gary Warren. assistant highway superintendent and Cindy Buescher. executive secretary met with the board to discuss the current activities of the county road department. The motor graders are out grading the roads; con- tinued work on the heavy equipment in the shop: The road department is cur- rently getting an estimate for the insu- lation work on the Superior shop build- ing. Warren gave an update on the cur- rent status of the ARRA Stimulus Project BRO-7065(21) Oak South. A motion was made by Corman and seconded by Brown to go into execu- twe session at 9:47 a.m. for personnel reasons. Corman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. The board members. Warren. Buescher and Clerk Kassebaum were present for this session. A motion was made by Corman and seconded by Brown to leave executive session at 9:58 a.m. and return to regu- lar session. Corman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Marcus Tooze. President of GIS Workshop and Chad Kudyn, director of operations met with the board to give a presentation on the Nuckolls County Assessor website and to up- date the board on the current status of the project. There are three parts to the project, the first part was to build the program, which is 100 percent coin- plete; the second part is the tool instal- lation, which is about 50 percent con> plete: the third part is the training of the assessor's office, and this is 100 per- cent complete. Tooze gave a demon- stration on the digital mapping which is done in layers. This can also incor- porate other offices such as the road department, the sheriffdepartment, the treasurer and clerk. Tooze also showed the aerial imagery for Nuckolls County, which was flown last )ear. There is only one small portion that has not been flown at this time and will be licked up as soon as weather is permit- tmg. The Nuckolls County assessor website went live March of 2009. Tooze reported that approximately 70 per- cent of counties have an assessment system on line. Tooze reported that having this website has saved about 50 percent of the time spent answering phone calls, making copies, etc. for the assessor's staff." Recently there have been some con- cerns from the public regarding the photos on this website which shows the out buildings of the rural farms. Tooze explained that this information is available regardless of having the website. Discussion was held regard- ing the aerial photos being available for those rural farms instead of the assessor's photos. Tooze explained that traditionally the aerial photos are used exclusively for the assessor and staff. However, the aerial photos can be put on the website but the website will also have the assessor's photos. Tooze ex- plained that the county would have the option to have a log-in security for the photos on the website. The login would require a written request by the busi- ness or person to be given a password. There would be an additional fee to add this security. The cost could be passed on to the business or person requesting this access. Ensign, county treasurer has requested to be linked with this website for taxes on line. No decision made at this time. The public hearing for the One and Six Year Road and Bridge Plan for 2010 was opened at 11 a.m. No public comments were given. Warren and Buescher were present for this hear- rag. Warren gave an explanation of each project listed on the One Year Plan and also commented on the changes with the Six year plan. War- ren reported there are 32 projects listed for the One year Plan. A motion was made by Brown and the meeting:,,, The agenda for Feb. 222 seconded by Corman to approve the - i i Superior Pharmq" 348 N. Central Ave.Superior, Neb., 68978 H_eatth Mart 402-879-4234 PHARMACY ....... Open 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday Open Thursday evening to 7:30 p.m. Providing Pharmaceutical Care to our Community ._ Lane Hawley, Pharm. D. and Stacy Souerdyke, Pharm. D. -- 7o better serve our customers,.. We are now open over the noon hour Monday through Friday ,nsuronoe 00ARY for Your ' 00HOMPSO Auto * Home =i=i=i N Farm Crop PROFESSIONAL " ,& Business INSURANCE ....... .00EN, E NCY,.. Licensed Agents: Matt Hawletl, Shari Schutte & TVlariah Charbonneau 401 N. Central, Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-3913 asy on your budget HOME GOMFORT SYSTEMS /nnova#on never re# so good. rM Environmentally friendly S D Fertilizer, LLC Doing business as Superior Deshler H ghway 8 East Superior, NeD. 68978 * (402) 879-4749 2010 One and Six Year Plan resolu- tion. Corman, Brown and Combs all voted aye. 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Chairman Corman recessed the board of commissioners meeting at 11:37 a.m. to go into Board of Equal- ization. Chairman Corman reconvened the board of commissioners meeting at I 1:41 a.m. Discussion held on the county assessor's website. No decision made at this time. Chairman Corman recessed the board of commissioners meeting at 11:44 a.m, for lunch and Chairman Corman reconvened the board of com- missioners meeting at 12:42 p.m. A brief discussion held on the county assessor's website was held with Murray the County Assessor. No deci- sion held at this ti me. This issue will be discussed again next week. The bid letting hearing for the re- placement of windows in the Nuckolls County courthouse was opened at 1:00 p.m. The board received three bid proposals: From Energywise Inc., Grand Island; from Obermiller Seam- less, Grand Island and from Window World. Omaha. Energywise,Inc., 4911 Baker Ave., Grand Island: 68 Gorell double-hung, Eco double-pane glass, $45,786.47. Energywise, Inc., 4911 Baker Ave.. Grand Island: 68 Gorell double-hung, Master 3 glass. $ 47;888. Energywise, Inc.,4911 BakerAve.. Grand Island: 17 Gorell sliders, Eco double-pane glass, $ 8,730.65. Energywise, Inc.,4911 Baker Ave., Grand Island: 17 Gorell Sliders, En- ergy Master three Glass $ 9.101.28 Obermiller Seamless,719 W. Anna St., Grand Island68 Infinity Windows by Marvin, $ 90,450. Obermiller Seamless.719 W. Anna St.. Grand Island: 16 Infinily Win- dows by Marvin. $13,935. Obermiller Seamless.719 W. Anna St.. Grand Island: 68 Generations Win- dows by Simmonton. $ 89.730. Obermiller Seamless,719W. Anna St.. Grand Island.l 6 Generations Win- dows by Simmonton. $14,910. Window World.13229 'T' St.. Omaha: 68 Comfort World Stimulus Plus Series 4000, $31,497.27. Window World. 13229 'T' St., Omaha: 16 Comfort World. 2 lite Slider $7.482.52 Window World,13229 'T' St., Omaha: 2 Comfort World Stimulus Plus Series 4000. $' 841.30. A motion was made by Combs and seconded by Brown to approve the purchase of 68 Gorell Double Hung, Master 3 Glass Windows for $47.888.00 by Energywise, Inc. of Grand Island. Corman, Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. The windows will be the color of almond for the interior and exterior. Installation is included with the price. All windows have the Argon gas and Low-E glass. Energywise, Inc. will install and insulate the headers above the windows. Energywise, Inc. will also remove and dispose of the 01d windows and debris. The bid letting hearing for the tuck- x)inting, repairs and maintenance of the sheriff-jail building was opened at 1:45 p.m. The Board received one bid proposal from KARR Tuck-pointing of Vinton, Iowa. KarrTuckpointing, 1801 West D Street. Vinton. Iowa: Masonry Tuck- pointing, repairs to sheriff building, $35.514. Karr Tuck-pointing, 1801 West D Street, Vinton, Iowa: Repairs to new addition (office building). $ 2,994. Karr Tuck-pointing, 1801 West D Street, Vinton, Iowa: Repair and en- close three upstairs windows. $1,890.00 A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Corman to approve the total bid proposed by Karr Tuck-point- ing of Vinton Iowa for $40,398.00 for the masonry Tuck-pointing, repairs and maintenance of the Nuckolls County sheriff-jail building. Corman, Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. The following salary claims were approved: Road Department fund: $1,556.46 There being no further business the meeting was recessed at 2:,04 p.m. un- til March I, 2010. Danny K. Corman. Chairman By: Jackie L. Kassebaum, County Clerk 9-1c I I Ill l II I I Courthouse News Nuckolls County County Court, Speeding Joanna M. Bargen, Superior, $25; Timothy J. Lowery, Davenport. $25: Tammy J. Ziegler, Superior, $125: Teresa Baginshir. Beatrice, $75. Other Traffic Angel R. Young, Superior. no valid registration; $25. Thomas J. Ziemba-Eickmeier. Kearney, operating unregistered ve- hicle: $25. Eugene F. Kuhlmann. Chester, overweight tandem axle: $75. Merna Lee Wester. Superior. care- less driving, $100. Robert D. Dankemeyer, Deshler, DUI. first offense: $400 and 17 days in jail. County Court, Civil Farmers & Merchants Bank vs. Donald S. Iliff. Red Cloud. Helen Iliff. Blue Hill, judgment entered. ABA Recovery Services. Inc. vs. Heather A. Obed, Jon Saks. Lawrence. judgment entered Credit Managemenl Services. Inc. vs. Brian Dessel, Rebecca Dessel. Guide Rock, judgment entered. County Court. Criminal Rodney W. Duester. Edgar. assault by mutual consent: 30 days in jail. Jordan Williams. Hastings, issue bad check, less than $200, $30. John P. Morstorf, Neligh, driving under suspension; $250 and license revoked tbr one year. Jeneffer L. Imler. Courtland. no proof of insurance, $100, District Court, Civil DawnWhRe 9s. Mark White, peti- tion for dissolution of marriage. Real Estate Transfers Anthony Scott Enloe. Sarah Jean i BRODSTONE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL IMMUNIZATION CLINIC Nuckolls County Immunization Clinic will be held: 2 nd Wednesday in March Wednesday, March 10 * 2-4 p.m. The United Methodist Church 448 N. Kansas Superior, Neb. Appointments are preferred and can be made by calling 402-879-3910 or can be made for future visits during a visit to the clinic. Priorit 3) will be given to those with an appointment A 5 donation per child would be appreciated. Sponsored by Brodstone Memorial Home Health Services Enloe to Theresa C. Reid. Lol I and Pt Lot 2 in Block 2. Original Town of Superior. David B. Shuck, Jennifer S. Bondegard, co-trustees for the Shirley R. Shuck Revocable Trust to Jennifer S. Bondegard, N 1/2 NE 1/4 29-4-6. David B. Shuck, Jennifer S. Bondegard. co-trustees for the Shirley R. Shuck Revocable Trust to David B. Shuck. Jennifer S Bondegard. N 1/2 NE I/4 32-4-6 David B. Shuck, Jennifer S. Bondegard. co-trustees for the Shirley R. Shuck Revocable Trust to David B Shuck, NW 1/4 27-4-6;W 1/2 NW 1/4 28-4-6. Jennifer S. Bondegard, trustee for the Gordon F. Shuck Credit Trust to David B. Shuck, NW 1/4 27-4-6; W 1/2 NW 1/4 28-4-6. Jennifer S. Bondegard, trustee for the Gordon F. Shuck Credit Trust to David B. Shuck, Jennifer S. Bondegard, N 1/2 NE 1,/4 32-4-6. Jennifer S. Bondegard. Trustee for the Gordon F. Shuck Credit Trust to Jennifer S. Bondegard, N 1/2 NE 1/4 29-4-6: S 1/2 SE I/4 and S 1/2 N I/2 SE 1/4 20-4-6. Ronald M. Lovegrove to James A. Wheeler. Lot 9 and Pt Lot 8. Wilson's Addition to Superior. Thursday, March 4. 2010 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A Meghan Anderson attends Cattlemen's Conference A Guide Rock area resident. Meghan Ande "son was one of I 0 cattle producers selected from across the state to participate in the Nebraska Cattlemen's Young Cattlemen's Con- - terence held Feb. 23 through 25. The program exposed young and emerging cattle industry leaders to a variety of areas of the beef industry and provided them with new leaderships tools. Activities included a tour of Cargill Meal Solutions. Pegler-S5sco Food Service. a retail outlet and Skeeter Barnes restaurant. Participants com- pleted media tranamg and attended a seminar on cattle economics, futures markets and hedging applications. In addition, attendees met with the Ne- braska GovernOr Heineman. Attorney General Ion Bruning, Department of Agriculture Director Greg Ibach. nu- merous state senators and attended a Unicameral session and legislative hearings. The program was made possible by Farm Credit Services of America and Commodity & Ingredient Hedging. Nebraska Cattlemen serves as the representative for the state' s beef cattle industry and represents professional cattle breeders, ranchers and feeders. as well as county and local cattlemen' s associations. Its headquarters are in Lincoln. A second office in Alliance serves cattlemen in western Nebraska. II School Menus i Superior Elementary School Lunch March 8 through March 12 Monday: Cheeseburger, tater tots, 1/2 orange, cookie. Tuesday: Breaded pork, Au gratin potatoes, peaches, bread sticks. Wednesday: Nachos, green beans, pears, peanut butter bat'. Thursday: Pepperoni pizza, peas, mixed fruit, Rice Krispie bar. Friday: Spring Break. Superior High School Lunch Menu March 8 through March 12 Monday: Fajitas or cheeseburger, tater tots. cookie. Tuesday: Breaded pork or baked steak. Au gratm potatoes, bread sticks. Wednesday: Nachos or hamburger. green beans, peanut butter bar. Thursday: Pizza or Turkey and cheese with bun. peas. Rice Krispie bar. S.Y.A.A. Spring-Summer Programs l The Superior Youth Athletic Association is preparing for the Spring, and Summer sports programs. Entry forms zoill be located at Superior High School, North Ward Elementary, South School Elementary and will be sent home with school-age children this week. Also...New enrollment for T.Ball season! Boys and girls who will be entering Kindergarten in the Fall of 20710 are eligible to sign upJbr T:Ball this summer! Entry forms will also be sent to the three Superior re'e-schools or you ma V complete the application below mTd return to (me of the Superior schools. SIGN UP FOR SUPERIOR YOUTH ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SUMMER BASEBALL/SOFTBALL LEAGUES I ,, L Player Name Contact Number Parent Guardian Name Sex: M/F Birth Date Grade Completexl by June 1, 2010 Shirt Size (Please Circle} Youth Small (8-10) ...Youth Medium (10-12)... Youth Large (14-16) Adult Small... Adult Medinm... Adult Large... Adult XL Pant Size {'Please Circle) Youth Medium (24-26) Youth Large (26-28) Youth X-Large (28-30) Youth XX-Large (30-32) Adult Small (28-30) Adult Medium (32-34) Adult Large (36-38) Adult X-Large (40-42) Shirt, and pant, are to be turned in to the coaehex at the end of the season unless otherwise natifu League assignments are made according to age and grade. Players may move up to the next highest league only if additional players are needed for said league subject re: permission pareut/guardlan, approval of coaches  tryout and age classification is met according to league requirements. Leamae divbio]a for your child (Please Circle): T-Ball Baseball Soflbatl BOYS & GIRLS Must be entering Kindergarten in FaU 2010 and cannot be 8 prior to August 1, 2010 Boy* only Coach Pitch Pee Wee Pony Girls only Coach Pitch Pony Tails Juniors Scaiors Ages 8 thru 12 (coaches discretion) Ages 11 thru 14 and cannot be 14 prior to June 1,2010 Ages 14 thru 17 and cannot be 17 prior to June 1,2010 Ages 8, 9, and 10 cannot be 11 prior to January 1,2010 Ages 11, 12 and cannot be 13 prior to January 1, 2010 Ages 13, 14 and cannot bel5 prior to January 1, 2010 Ages 15 thru 18 and cannot be 19 prior to January 1, 2010 Illllllllllllllllllllllllilllillm Ilia lllll ii iii ilillilllllllllllllllillillllllllllllllll WAIVER The undersigned paronffguardian of the above named child herby releases to City of Superior, and Superior Youth Athletic Association and their employees, coaches, and agents from, waives any and all causes of.action, damage, and claims, whether known or unknown, arising out of the participation of said child in the summer baseball/softball program. (Parent/guardian Signatu) REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS MARCH 19, 2010 A $2&.OOfee Will be dne with the Xeg/ation Form (by March 19a.) If forms are received after Registration deadline, a $5.00 latefeewill be added to the initi entryfe Financial assistance is available on an individual case basis- for more information pertaining to this, contact Tim Schmidt. Make chocks payable to: Superior Yonth Athletic Association, include with this signed form and return by the deadline to the public schools orris. Registration needs to be returned by the deadline date or SYAA cannot gnarantee that your child will be placed on a team. **I am willin to ":a,h a team in the .(specify) league. **T a, waling to. umpire baseball/softball games. Prefer (specify) league. 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