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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, March 18. 2010 | I Public Notices (First published on March 18. 2010 in The Superior Express) Legal Notice In the District court of Nuckolls County, Neb. Regarding: Name change of Walker Evans Erick. Case No. CI 10-6 Notice ]s hereby given that on the 8th day Of February, 2010, a petition was filed in due district court of Nuck- oils County, Nebraska that object and prayer of which is to change a minor child&apos;s name from Walker Evans ErR& to Walker Evans Cool. A hearing will be had on said peti- tion before the Honorable Vicky L. Johnson in the district court of Nuck- ells County in Nelson, Neb., on the 6th day'of April, 2010 at 11:15 o'clock a.m. or as soon thereafter as will be convenient for the court and that un- less sufficienl cause is shown to the contrary, the minor child's name will be changed from that of Walker Evans Erick to Walker Evans Cool. Ton5 a D. Cool Petitioner 517 E, Fourth St. Superior. Neb,. 68978 Wayne L. Garrison (Bar IDNo. 11443) Garrison and Garrison 155 S. Main. Box 385 Nelson. Neb., 68961 I I-3c (FiJwt l)ublished March 4. 2010 in The Superior Express) Notice In the county court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska Estate of Mildred Heitmann, a/k/a Mildred Heitman/ap, deceased Estate No. PR 10-7 Notice is hereby given that on Feb. 26. 2010, in the county court of N uck- oils County, Nebraska. the registrar issued a written statement of infornlal probate of the will of said decedent and that Kenneth Heitman, whose address is 2775 Diamond Rd.. Webber.Kan.. 66970, was inlbrmally appointed by the registrar as personal representative of the estate. (Published March 11. 2010 in 'he Superior Express) Notice to Bidders for Gravel and-or Mudrock Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Clerk, i n the Court- house, at Nelson, Nebraska. until i ! :00 a.m., March 22, 2010, at which time bids will be publicly opened and read in the County Commissioners' room for furnishing and placing Class 'A' Road GI, avel and-or Mudrock as per Specifications. Copies of the Specifications and complete requirements are available in the office of the County Highway Su- perintendent, Nelson, Nebraska. The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any and all bids. and waive any and all informalities and the right to disregard all nonconforming or condi- tional bids or counter proposals. Board of Commissioners Nuckolls County I 0-2-c (First published on March 18, 2010 in The Superior Express) Notice In the county court of Nuckolls County, Neb. Estate of John R. Troudt. deceased Estate No. PR08-25 Notice is hereby given that a final account and report of administration (First publiched March 18.2010 in the Superior Express) Notice of Incorporation Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned formed a corporation under the Nebraska Business Corporation Act. 1. The name of the corporation is DLM. Inc. 2. The address of the registered office of the corporation is 1123 Road 4900, Ruskin. Neb., 68974 and the registered agent at thai address is David L. Meyer. 3. The objects and purposes of this corporation are to establish, main- tain, conduct and engage in any and all businesses, projects and matters allowable under the laws of the state of Nebraska and to do any and all things necessary or convenient to the accomplishment of those pur- poses, 4. The amount of capital stock autho- rized is $ I 0,000 divided into 10.000 shares at a par value of $1 each. When issued, each share of stock shall be fully paid for in money or in property or in services rendered to the corporation at its reasonable and fair value to be determined by the board of directors. 5 The corporauon commenced busi- ness on March 10, 2010 and has perpetual existence. 6. The affairs of the corporation shall be conducted by a board of no less than two directors, by a president. secretary and treasurer and such and a petition for complete settlement, other officers for which the bylaws ad.judi(3"ation of intestacy and determi- may provide. nation of heirs have been filed and are set for hearing the the county court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, located at Nelson, Neb., on April 13.2010 at 9:30 a.m. Richard L. Howe Personal Representative 3879 Rd. B Superior. Neb. 68978 402-759-5484 Randali Alexander (Bar lD No. 15337) Downing. Alexander and Wood 355 N. Co,nmercial. PC Box 185 Superior, Neb.. 68978 David L. Meyer, Incorporator Dianne K. Meyer, Incorporator Lance J. Johnson (Bar ID No. 150891 Germer. Murray and Johnson Attorneys at Law 137 Main Street. PC Box 210 Bruning, Neb.. 68322 402-353-2665 11-3c (Published March 18 2010 in The Superior Expres's) Notice of Public Hearing Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held on Thursday, April Creditors of this estate must file 402-879-4751 their claims with this court on or belbre ............... May 4, 2010. or be forever barred. Diana Wehrman. Clerk of the County Court. Nuckolls County Court, PC Box 372, Nelson, Neb.. 68961-0372. Randall Alexander ( Bar ID No. 15337) Downing, Alexander & Wood 355 N. Commercial PC Box '185 Superior. Neb.. 68978 402-87!)-4751 9-3c r Ptd)lished Mat'ch I 1. 2010 in 77u. Slq>erior E2,pre.,'s) Request tbr Proposals Demolition Tlic City {51 Supern)r is requesting bids for demolition (51 the following properties which have been dcchu'ed as public nuisances by the Health Board and the City of Supc,io,-Cily Council. All struclures are vacant dilapidated uildings in Supcqgr Neb, De no = tic 1 sha nclude t ac) nplete removal y, , . . - , . ol the btnldnlg, outbuildings and an y unclaimed debris with disposal at a licensed landfill. The foundation shall be removed and the basemcnl filled with dirt so the property Ina) be main- tained. O(5 not remove anv trees ex- cept those necessary to acct,s rcnloval of the structures. A delnolition pernlil nlnsl bc obtained from the cil for each property. Must provide evidence of current liabili b insurance in the anlount o.lq I miltion. Bid each property sepa- rately and indicate the tolal ntnnber of properties required for accepting the .iob. I. South Converse. WilsoiYs Addi- tion. Lot 14. Superior. Nuckolls County, Ncb. 2. 853 N Central St. Hunter's Sub- div ision, Block 2, PT Lots 1.2.3, Supe- rior. Nuckolls County, Neb. 3. 115 West 8th St, OT ;UP, Block 5. East I/2 Lots 21-24 Superior, Nuckolls County, Neb. Please submit your bid proposals to City of Superior, City Clerk. 135 West 4th Streel. P O Box 160. Superior, Ncb. 68978 by 4:00 p.m. Monday, April 5. 2010. Jan Diehl. City Clerk I 0-3-c i i 31 st Nebraska Mennonite Relief Sale, Quilt & Craft Auction Hamilton CTmnty Fairgrounds, Aurora, NE March 26 & 27, 2010 Hdmemadc foods, cheese, sausage and baked goods. Auctions of quilts, hobby items, fimfiture, collecribls and much more. Fun fi)r the whole fhmily! For more inI;armarion go to: www.nebraskamccsalc.org S hol/wred bl tim M'emwnite & BretDren iu Christ c/utn'lpes qflebmskaJbr tl,e &mitt of m/iet )lnd devc/opmeut qf /#mlouite Cottr, ll COD/D/life#. I I-3c I, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. in the Conference .................. Room at the City Utility Building, 135 t Published March 18.2010 m The Superior Ex press) Proceedings Village of Hardy A meeting of the chairperson and board of trustees of the Village of Hardy. Nebraska was held at the Vil- lage of Hardy Fire Hall on the ninth day of March 2010. at five o'clock p.m. All trustees with the exception of Sjoholm were presenl to answer the roll call. Chairperson Blair publicly stated to all in attendance that a current copy of the Nebraska Open Meetings Act was available for review and indi- cated the location of such copy posted in the room where the ,heeling was held. The lbllowing items took place dur- ing the regular agenda. 1,1 unfinished business appointment of a permanent part-it mc vi I lage maintenance position was agam tabled. In regular agenda items a motion to approve the ininutes of the Feb. 10. 2010. meeting carried by majority vote. A ,notion to approve the February 2010 Treasurer's Report carried by majority vote. The following claims were pre- sented for payment: Delka Garage 100.00. Soul h Cen- tral Power 1.382.87. Fort Dearborn 61.92. Public Health Lab 10.00. Cen- tral National 198.50. SuperiorUtilities 795.51. Nuckolls County 3,000.00. Gary Thompson Agency 5,509.00. Gary Thompson Agency 375.00. Su- perior Publishing 18.87, Sam Clark 69.41. Orkin 72.00. Aurora Co-op 991.28. Trustee salary 150.00. Em- ployee salary 750.00 A motion t0 pay the claims carried by maiority vote. In other activity, a water line li- cense with the Bureau of Reclamation was reviewed and approved by inajor- ity vote. Blair updated the trustees on our community clean up days to be held on April 24 and 25. Clark gave the delinquent water report. Meeting ad- journed. A corn plete text Of minutes, resolu- tions, and ordinances are on file in the village office and are available for pub- lic inspectnm. 11- I c W. 4th Street. Superior. NE.. by the Superior City Planning Commission on the following casels): I. On an application to grant a Special Use Exception to allow for the keeping of livestock, other than horses. on a residential lot located within the municipal limits. Properties are gener- ally located along the east side of Park Street just north of 8th Street and in- clude Lots 7 through 15 block I of Hunters Subdivision and the west part of Lot I 1 Block 20 of the North Supe- rior Subdivision. Superior. NE. Said properties total -4.5 acres and have been recommend by the planning Com- mission to be rezoned to RE. Rural Estates District. (Applicant: Craig Hale. Case No. PC-SUIO/OI). 2. On an application to grant a Special Use Exception to allow for the keeping of livestock on a residential lot located within the municipal zon- ing jurisdicttion. Property is generally located along the south side of W 8th Street just west of the Superior High School Track and includes Lot 1. Block I. Fish addition. Superior NE. Said property totals ~3.75 acres and is zoned LDR. Low Density Residential Dis- trict. (Applicant: Dick Fish; Case No. PC-SUIO/02). AI 1 persons interested in the afore- mentioned case will be heard at the Public Hearing. If you have any ques- tions or comments regarding the pro- posed rezonmg, please contact the Department of Planning and Zoning at (402) 879-4713. I c (Published March 18. 2010 in The Superior Express) Notice of Meeting City of Superior Council A meeting of the mayor and council of Superior. Nebraska was convened in open and public session on the 8th day of March. 2010 iri the conference room of the city-Utility building at 7:30 p.m. Present were couucil mem- bers. Littrell, Ward. Worm. Lemke and Schmidt Absent: Springer. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by posting in the city clerk's office, the mumcipal library and the public safety building, the designated method of giving notice. Availability of the proceedings hereafter shown was taken while the convened meeting was open to the public. The mayor noted that a copy of the Open Meetings Act was posted on the west wall and available for public review. Council. by majority vote. accepted Springer's absence. Utilities Section 1. Council. by majority vote ap- proved the March utility claims, 2. Council. by majority vote, ac- cepted the February utility treasurer's report. 3. Council. by majority vote, tabled the decision on the old water shop building until a later date. 4. Council consensus tenet have an electric department intern at this time. 5. As there were no bids for the city buildings or repairi ng the gas sheds. Brittenham will negotiate with con- tractors. 6. Council. by majority vote. tabled the proposed water well agreement until the next meeting. 7. Bri ttenham handed out a draft of a net metering policy for the council to review City Section 1. Council. by majority vote, ap- proved the February 22, 2010 meeting minutes 2. Council, by majority vote, ap- proved the March city claims. 3. Council. by majority vote, ac- cepted the February city treasurer's report. 4. Council. by majority vote. will allow Jay Nielsen to make im- provements to his property at 962 E. Fourth Street with an update at the April 26, council meeting. 5. Council. by majority vote. in- structed Diehl to advertise for demolition bids tbr nuisance prop- erties at 115 W. Eighth, 853 N. Central and S. Converse-Lot 14 6. Council consensus for Derek Clark. city planner to continue with street vacations. 7 Council. by majority vote. adopted Resolution 2010-06 re- garding the parking on the north side of Second St.. between Bloom and Dakota: Io harmonize with state law: to repeal conflicting resolutions and sections', to pro- vide an elfective date and ordered to be published in pamphlet IOi'ln. 8. Council. by majority wile. adopted Resolution 2010-07 re- gaming interdepartmental fund- ing for pool renovation: to harnl()- nize with state law: to repeal con- flicting resolutions and sections: to provide an effective date and ordered to be published m pain- phlet form. 9. Council. by majority vote. hired Carrie Lemke as part-time EMT. 10. No travel requests. 11. Variouscommittee reports were given. Meeting was adjourned Billy J. Maxey, Mayor Attest: Jan Diel. City Clerk March Utility Claims [. A & K Sewer Cleaningand Plumb- ing, 3.834: Brodstone Memorial Hos- pital. 125: Business World Products. 35.81; Chamber of Commerce. 1.083.33: City of Superior. 14.706.86: Ideal Market. 84.56: Iowa Association of Municipalities. 235: JP Rowe Con- struction. 89.140.95: .Kriz-Davis. 594.95: Linweld, 248.67: MC2. Inc.. 3,985.84: MES-Midam, 185.3'5: Mikketsen Farm and Lumber 76.93: Mutual of Omaha. 247.29; NE Depart- ment of Revenue. 1.661.70: NE Mu- mcipal Power Pool. 366.59: Nuckolls County Treasurer. 32.12: Pamida. 44.99; Paramount Linen & Uniform. 178.40: Petro Plus. 1,129.15: South Central Public Power. 1,332.66; Supe- rior Ace Hardware. 360; Super,or i- Net. t44.96: Superior Motor Parts. 25.13: Superior Outdoor Power. 1.262.43: Superior Publishing, 302.18: Superior Utilities. 6.809.57: WESCO. 264.81 : Windstream. 825.55: Glenwood Telecommunications. 350.10; Central UnitedLife Insurance. 107106: Salaries, 18.638.49; Ameri- can Public Power. 934.60: Brody Chemical. 152.30: First Bankcard. 515: Great Plains One-Call Service. 12.06: National PUblic Gas Agency, 127.262:57: Teclmical Maintenance PRE-MEMORIAL DAY SALE SAVE UPTO HUNDREDS ON MONUMENTS NOW- MARCH 20! In-stock monuments, markers, benches, vases 7ire Convenient Locations Trump Memorials 1600 West "O" St. - Lincoln 476-1501 or 800-309-6471 Moon & Sun Monument Co. 613 4th St. - Fairbur) 72%2146 or 800-307-4342 est Caring IExperienced It has been an honor to serve you in the Legislature the past four years. I've done my best to keep my promises and will continue to work with you to, make Nebraska better and preserve "The Good Life See me on Facebook for answers to your questions. http ://www.facebook. cornnorm, wailman Norm Wallman Wallman for Legislature-District 30 Paid ibr by Wallman tbr Legislature. Cathy Schapmann. treasurer, 4825 Birch Hollow. Lincoln. NE 68516 4.r, A,,,.' and Service. 12.690. March City Claims Business World. 54.52; City Iron and Metal. 436: Clifford White, I 18.50; County Clerk. 5.50: Don Fintel. 600; Edward Jones Investments, 900.39; Farm Plan, 68.38: Farmers and Mer- chants Bank. 2,520.63: Harold's Auto Service. 435.50:I4 Detail, 39.99: James Bolte, 200: Kile Veterinary Clinic. 95: Linweld, 64.40: Midland Area Agency, 1,266.67: Mikkelsen Farm and Lum- ber. 611.09: Mutual of Omaha. 184.46: NE Department of Revenue. 513.46: Nebraska Public Health Environmen- tal Lab. 84: Nuckolls Co.. Sheriff's office. 550.00; Pamida, 10: Paramount Linen & Unffbrm, 40.88; Petro Plus. 69 I. 11 ; Quartermaster. 158.95. Sandra Schendt. 780; Scott Butler, 60: Supe- rior Ace Hardware. 58.55: Superior Deshler, 352: Superior Motor Parts, 172.85. Superior Publishing, 306.99: Superior Utilities, 5.510.36: Superior Utilities. 275.40; Superior Utilities. 6,250; Superior Utilities, 1,200; Supe- rior iNet. 74.98;Timothy Schmidt, 150: University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 125.00: Windstream. 419.73: Central United Life Insurance. 100.02: JEO Consulting Group, 1.732.80; Salaries. 10.721.94: April Perrie. 21.26: Baker and Sons Disposal, 31.00: Capital Busi- ness Systems, 14.17: Center Point Large Print. 197.10; Consumer Re- ports, 26: Country Gardens, 19.98: Large Print Overstocks. 186.34: Micro Marketing, 141.96: Pamida. 45.96: Superior Ace Hardware, 17.47: Supe- rior Publishing, 8: Superior Utilities, 654.46: Superior iNet. 69.99: Susan Davis. 13: Vicki Perrie. 81.31: Windstream. 40.86: Baker and Sons Disposal. 46.00: Eakes Office Prod- ucts Center. 195.99: Emergency Medi- cal Products, 250.60: Farmers Coop- erative Association. 625.64: First Na- tional Bank. 299.98; Tietjen Automo- tive. 77.75. A complete text of the minutes. resolutions and ordinances are on file in the city clerk's office and are avail- able for public inspection during regu- lar business hours. 1 I- 1 c f Published March 18. 2010 in The Superior Express) Proceedings of the Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners March 8, 2010 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met March 8. 2010 in the board meeting room at the court- house, Nelson. Neb.. per recess of March I, 2010, Corlnan. Brown and Combs present for the meeting. The agenda of said meeting was remitted to board melnbers in advance of the meet- mg and was posted in the Connty Clerk's office and on the County Website. Corman announced the "Open Meetings Acl Law" as posted in the commissioners board meeting room and handouts are available The County Board met at 9 a.m. in the Nuckolls County couru'oom for the express purpose of County Govern- ment Day The board then rcconvened at 10 a.m. in the Nuckolls Connty board room Chairman Corman ap- proved tlie agenda and the March 1. 2010 minutes. Clay County Supervisors sent a sample letter of support regarding con- cerns on conservation properties in Clay County to be approved and signed from Nuckolls County to support C ay County's efforts. The Board agreed to sign the sample letter showing sup- port. Von Wehrman. Nuckolls County emergency manager met with the board to give an update on the status of the FEMA Grant monies applied for in regards to the December 2009 snow storm which caused damages through- out the state. Wehrman stated Nuck- oils County has applied for $85.000 in fund dollars to help recoup the costs from this storm. One requirement of this grant was to show assistance with getting electrical back up. The county assisted South Central Public Power District in getting the roads open so they could get in and get the electrical lines back up and running. The county showed losses in gravel and damages to heavy equipment during the process of getting the roads ()pen. Wehrman has been working with the county road department in getting this grant ap- plied for. Wehrman noted that he has added another category to his pesticide li- cense. Vicki Ensign, county treasurer met with the board to present the quotes from the State of Nebraska for a new computer server "AS400" for the county The quote presented was $14,764.18. This includes a lhree-year warranty, software, installation costs and new backup tapes. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Combs to approve the purchase and authorize Chairman Corman to sign the terms and conditions. Corman. Brown and Combs all voted aye. 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Gary Warren. assistant highway su- perintenoent and Cindy Buescher. ex- ecutive secretary met with the board to discuss current activities of the road depamnc nt. Warren gave the board an update el the Stimulus Project BRO- 7065-(21 ) Oak South. Discussion was held on how much rock the road de- partment needs to have on hand. War- ren gave an update on the Title VI program that federal and state will start having the county implement for any federal project. Discussion was held regarding bridge inspections. A quote was received from Folhner Conslruclion For $5 950.48 for the in- sulation project on the Superior shop. A motion was made by Combs and seconded by Connan to approve the quote for $5.950.48 fi'om FolhnerCon- strUction. Corman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. 2 he materials will be ordered by Follmer but they will be billed di- rectly to ,he county. The Board held discussion with J us- tm Pape of Murphy Tractor and Chad McDaniels of NMC regarding their motorgraders they presented for bids. At 1 I a.m. the bid letting was held to hear bids presented for a 2010 motorgrader. The county received two bids. The first bid opened was from Murphy Tractor fora 2010 John Deere 770G motorgrader with a Henke V- I 0 snow plow minus the trade in value of the old motorgrader for $183,534. The seconded bid opened was fi'om NMC for a 2010 CAT 140M motorgrader with a Henke V-10 snow plow minus the trade-in value of $22,000 for a total of $213.500. A motion was made by Combs and seconded by Corman to approve Ihe purchase of the 2010 John Deere 770G motorgrader fron Murphy Tractor f:,r $183,534.00. Corman and Combs voted aye, Brown w)ted nay Motion c wried with a majority vote. A quote was received fi'om Hein Construe,ion for three projecls io re- pair cracks on county-owned paved roads. Th," first project is for the Edgar spur road for $2,016: the second quote is for the one-mile of the Superior south road for $4,124.40 and the third quote is for the Superior cement road. A motion was made by Corman and seconded by Combs to approve only the Edgar spur road for $2.016.00 and the one mile of the Superior sbuth road for $4.124.40. Corman. Brown and Combs all w)ted aye, 0 wiled nay. Motion carried. A quote was received from Theisen Construction. Inc. for the Oak S.E county bridge, #(2006502045. located between sections 16and2 I.T3N-R5W for $32.75;6.96. A motion was made by Corman :rod seconded by Brown to approve the quote submitted by Theisen Construe:ion. Inc. tbr $32,796.96. Corman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 vo'ed na). Motion carried. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Combs to authorize Chair- man Corman to sign the contract' be- tween KARRTuckpointing and Nuck- ells County for the repairs, mamte- nance and tuckpoilmng to the Nuck- oils County Sheriff" Jail building. Corman. Brown and Combs all voted Aye, 0 voted Nay. Motion carried. There being no further business the meeting was recessed at 11:45 a.m. until March 15.2010. Danny K. Corman. Chairman By: Jackie L. Kasscbaum .County Clerk ll-lc (Published March 18, 2001 in The Superior Express Proceedings of the Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners March 1, 2010 The Nuckolls County board of commissioners met March 1, 2010 in the board meeting room at the court- house, Nelson, Neb., per recess of February 22, 2010. Corman, Brown and Combs present for the meeting. The agenda of said meeting was remit- ted to board members in advanceofthe meeting and was posted in the county clerk' s'office and on the county website, Corman announced the "On 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 February 22, 2010 minutes. Gary Follmer, Follmer Construc- tion, met with the board to discuss the board' s request on what type of insula- tion and wall coverings for the ceilings and walls of the Superior shop. Follmer will submit a quote for this projectfor next week's agenda. Vicki Ensign, county treasurer met with the board to discuss the treasurer's report foi" month ending February 2010 for fund balances, investments and in- terests received. The county court, county clerk and the district court clerk have submitted their monthly board reports for February 2010. The sheriff submitted his reports for December 2009 and January 2010. A motion was made by Combs and seconded by Brown to accept all reports as submit- ted. Corman, Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carded. Sequoia Consulting Group submit- ted a letter requesting to be addressed by the county board for services being offered for indirect cost allocations for Nuckolis County. Currently the county uses Maximus for these services. No action taken by the board. Chris McClure submitted his bids for the 2010 abandoned cemetery mow- ing for Mt. Zion, Smith, Oxbow and Union cemeteries. His costs did not change from last year. The board did not take any action at this time. It will be addressed at the March 15, 2010 board meeting. Mark Mainlit, Mainelli Wagner Associates; Cindy Buescher, road de- partment executive secretary and Jim Bolte, road foreman all met with the board to address the current activities of the county road department. Chad McDaniels, Nebraska Ma- chinery, met with the board to discuss ideas for the purchase of an excavator for NuckoUs County. McDaniels noted that they are seeing a huge influx of low hour, used heavy equipment. The board stated they did not want a used excavator unless it came with the same warranty as a new one. They do not want to lease or rent. They do not want to purchase an excavator this budget year. Discussion held. No action taken. Discussion also held regarding the pur- chase of a motorgrader. The bid letting will be held next board meeting at I I a.m.. Monday, March 8, 2010. Allen Hein. Hein Construction ,.met with the board to discuss the quote for the repairing-sealing of cracks in the surface of three different roads within the county. Those roads are the Edgar Spur. tbr routing and sealing; a one mile strip of an asphalt road south of Superior and a one milestrip-,of the concrete road west of Superior on the cement plant road. The proposals will be addressed at the March 8, 2010 board meeting. No action taken. Mainelli discussed with the board the current status of the ARRA Stimu- lus Project BRO-7065 (2 I) Oak south, The State of Nebraska is proposing additional documents from the county regarding Title 6 compliance and other NEPA compliances. Mainelli has been working on with Warren'on county bridge Project C006502045 Oak SE between Section i 6 and 2 i, T3N-R5W (Elk Precinct) for quotes on bddge construction with no dirt work, The county will provide the dirt work. The county road department re- ceived two different bid proposals for the purchase of a skidsteer for the road department. The first proposal was from New Holland, for a2010New Holland L 175 Skidsteer loader for $1,950, with the trade-in of the county's used ........................................... skidsteer loader. The second proposal ...... MN Contractor #20 t46710; /Free Custom Floorplans! v Free Whirlpool Appliances! . 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Double-, D gus, Rivers/de Atgus Rao+ & WM Calue Company Svecal thanks to our Bull Test Panoers: Land 0 Lakes Purina Feeds. LLC: Farmers Co.at of 14,tavetfy & Huene[gardt Farms ,o to w,,.Nsyalho, Nets.com for up, dales & nl/olos Sen H.lenegapJi 402432-5526 was from Oregon Trail for a John Deere for a 320D Skidsteer loader for $4,100, with the trade-in of the county's used skidsteer loader. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Corman to approve the purchase of the New Hol- land L 175 Skidsteer loader for$1,950, with trade-in. Corman, Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Justin Pape, Murphy Tractor, met with the board to discuss the purchase of an excavat0r for the ounty road department. Theboard discussed the same concerns regb.rding new versus used and not purchasing until next budget year. The Board received notice that Klein will notbe cleaning at the county roadsShop in Nelson. Discussion held. 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