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:; *IE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday,April 11,2002 bile Notices --- n  roeeedtngs Of The :kolls County Board of Commiasione March 18, 2002 Nuckolls C runty B,ard of r &apos;mssio. era met on March 18, 2 ar the Board M,.eting Room tr (:)urthouse, Nel=on, Neh,, allNr . ":; of March 11,202. BroWlL IUI, !, ,. :rod Corman, pJ,,ent fortl emNl, ,: ' he agenda of ,air meet1111 Will .;>'J m the County ,,,lcrk s offl :,i  :rnitted to boardtnetrlber ill ad, , :,.:e efthe aeeting. Brownap,roved !:,e ;gcnda and the March 1 , 2002 w.me as received eputy Sheriff Scott Stemlr met ,i :t-e om'd in regmd to tha Rural '., !.ehcns n Program (RAP). Fob ;. ,,'.y d C .si.rt. a Tcqnn by BrOWn, t. ,),= cJ by ;vlhvan to approve seen- , i, ,,> of ,505.00 t( r county match ,, ]ql O| RAP, and to enter intn a : .9e,,qve 13 county law enforce. ,,q tnt(  1.cal Agreement tot the pur-  ,. ,  f curving out the R.p objec- .  nd qrant requirements of the \\;d>rq:a 2rime Commission for the :. -oo2 grant period. Brown, aye; '.fhvai, aye; Corman, aye. Motion .,! I(I. ;dmm by Sullivan, seconded by : '  ,n,m o s;gn a Contract between the L,tm v and Wilke Contracting Corpo- r;:i , dating to the Feb. 25, 2002 bid Ic'.iz for Culvert Project !; : 165  1915. Sullivan, aye; Corman, :<. I;mwn, aye. Motion carried ! h hway SuperintendentDonRobb , ,.. ,t h the board for discussion relat- :.. > o.td and bridge concerns. Also, !--,, ,cd the specifications for the , c t d lettingto be held April 1, ,,Av Kahman of Kahman Cents " ,, . h'ing preaentcd an informational  c on the development of the Ju- ,,,file/Youth Services Plan. The , :( A ", Consomum received a grant  pu' he plan together, per LB 640. 3. :. ", represents the tour counties of \\;,, : , :r Clay, Adams and Nuckolls. . ,.iman requested input from the board  ,*=:rd to concerns or problems for ,, , ,I1) {)t];/V and also after graduation. :cs),' t:ricscn met with the board , ,,i.g samples of artistic replica :,c courthouse collectibles. Per- ..... ,on was granted to proceed with ,   ,d design, selling the replicas as ,. ,, I raiser. Recipient to be deter- ,,*'lJllcr, Wcn Meycr,Weed Superintendent, , ,i  'mn Komarck from the Nebraska ! ' i ,, tment of Agriculture, Bureau of  ,, huluslry, met with the board to ., .:., the Dep:mment's Evaluation )h.- Count3 Weed Department. :,,  included random noxious weed -,- pcclion surveys, office and Su- , n{ctklc'nl evaluations, etc. The re- ., , :dowed the County Weed Super- ,) p,k' n! scoriog lhe nlaxinltlm points , ,,, L blc. Meyer was congratulated by ,, m:uck andthe Board forhisaohieve- ! }': I'll. i}, Robb presented the County ,h,,, ,.v. Su perintendent's findingson ::,) Road Number 123 @ 3-4. the ,, r{ad running north and south v,.<,n Sections 13 and 14. TIN. .'-.\\;v <ccommcnding, "Since it ap- ,,:  ih,s road is needed for access. I t', t,httcnd it t'cmainopen andbeclas- , ,.In s MinimumMaintenancesothe *3 may install a low water cross- Morton by Sullivan. seconded by : ,\\;n o approve and pass the follow- t:.>luti{m. Sullivan, aye; Brown, .. ( or7/Y.tll, aye. Motion carried. Rcsolutinn . r the Nuckolls County Board of ommissioners Designating a  I mimun Maintenance County Road WHEREAS. a public hearing was kt bcflre the Board of Commission-  ,..; o determine the classification of ,  m n t u m Maintenance Road. located  Nuckolls County, Nebraska; and WHEREAS. the County Highway .,.q,cimendent has studied and rec- ,mmended that said road be classified \\;4inhnum Maintenance Road; and, wl tEREAS, the following road is .),, ,m a mail route; (2) not on a ( ' q l).s route: (3) not an access to an q,cd dwelling; and. (4) shall serve )'dH),,.' t)roperty owners so that no ..,>am e inoperty will be land locked; N(>W. THEREFORE, BE IT RE- S{)t.VFD by the Nuckolls County D,,.trd el Commissioners. following ,c public notice of hearing; and upon ,. qh:u(m of said hearing held at I 1:00  )t.. March 18. 2002. the following , ,)ibcd Nuckolls County road be ins:dried as Minimum Maintenance tl ,1{I }'; PRECINCT: i ill Ill Road # 123, 3-4 The entire mile of county road running north and south between sections 13 and 14, T1N- R5W. Passed and approved this 18th day of March 2002. Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners Arnold Brown Joe Sullivan Danny K. orman ATTEST: Selma Ferguson County Clerk Motion by Brown, seconded by Corman to accept and place on file the Februa , 2002 Report on Fees Col- lected by the County Sheriff. Brown, aye Corman, aye; Sullivan, aye. Mo- tion carried. The following claims were allowed: General Salaries, employees' salaries .......................... 19,341.49 Road Salaries, employees' salaries .......................... 33,464.23 Weed District Salary, employee's salary .............................. 1,860.00 Civil Defense Salary, emplo;ee's salary .............................. 1,812.09 Board recessed until March 25, 2002. Arnold Brown, Chairman By Selma Ferguson, County Clerk Proceedings of the Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners March 25, 2002 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met on March 25, 2002 at the Board Meeting Room in the Courthouse, Nelson, Neb., as per re- cess of March 18, 2002. Brown, Sulli- van and Corman present for the meet- ing. The agenda of said meeting was posted in the County Clerk's office and remitted to board members in ad- vance of the meeting. Brown approved the agenda and the March 18, 2002 minutes as received. Following discussion, decision was made to advertise for bid quotes for the courthouse and jail grounds lawn mow- ing and trimming. Also, torequest sepa- rate bid quotes for the mowing and trimming of abandoned and-or par- tially abandoned rural cemeteries in the county, Smith Cemetery, Union Cemetery, Oxbow Cemetery and Mt. Zion Cemetery. The contract specifies use of own equipment. Deadline for acceptance of bids is April 15, 2002. Motion by BrOwn, seconded by Sullivan to approve the following reso- lution. Brown. aye; Sullivan, aye; Corman, aye. Motion carried. (Pre- sented by the County Treasurer. Vicki Ensign, with a 'Coum Treasurer's Lisi 6f Delinquent Real ,sfate Taxes  and 'Return of Public Tax Sale' notifi- cation.) Real Estate With Delinquent Taxes Resolution Directing Purchase of Tax Sale Certificates Whereas, theCounty Board of Com- missioners of Nuckolls County, Ne- braska have carefully examined the list of Real Estate parcels upon which taxes are delinquent and were not sold at the last annual Tax Sale as certified to this board by the Nuckolis County Treasurer on the 18th day of March, 2002, as required by Section 77-1918 R.R.S. 1943; and, Whereas. said delinquent taxes were duly subject to sale as required by Section 77-1801 ; Notice of sale was duly published and said parcels and delinquent taxes were duly advertised as required by Sections 7% 1802 to 77- 1805; Sale was duly held from March 4, 2002 to March 18, 2002; and return of Public Sale was duly made,certified and filed with the County Clerk on March 18, 2002, as requiredby section 77-1813; and, Whereas, Section 77-1809 and 77- 1918 authorize Tax Sale Certificates be issued in the name of the County on any delinquent Real Estate Taxes ad- vertised and offered for sale, when same remains unsold for want of bid- ders: and Sections 77-1818 and 77- 1824 authorize any taxes that become delinquent subsequent to such sale, for any years previous or subsequent to such sale, to be added to the Tax Sale Certificate prior to the expiration of such certificate, and the holder of such certificate shall have the same lien for them, and may add them to the amount paid in the purchase or sum mentioned in the certificate; and Whereas, there are Real Estate par- cels with delinquent taxes subject to sale, and subsequent taxes that are sub, ject to addition to existing Tax Sale Certificates. Therefore, Be It Resolved, by the County Board of Commissioners of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, that the County Treasurer of said County is hereby directed on or before Nov. 1, 2002, to purchase any Real Estate of Special Assessments advertised and offered for sale at Public Sale, upon which taxes or assessments have been delinquent for 2 or more years (1998 taxes and prior years); and to purchase all subsequent taxes thereon as the same may become delinquent and sub- ject to sale, and to add such subsequent delinquent taxes to all Tax Sale Cer- tificates still in force. The Tax Sale Certificate thereon and all subsequent delinquent taxes to be taken in the name of said County of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, and to be for the use and benefit of all Govern- mental Subdivisions entitled to par- ticipate therein. Passed and approved this 25th day of March, 2002. Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners Arnold Brown Joe Sullivan Danny K. Corman Attest: Selma Ferguson, Nuckolls County Clerk Motion by Sullivan, seconded by Corman to authorize the Chairman to sign an Agreement presented by Re- glenn' Insurance Managers, Inc., Ad- ministrator of the county employees self funded health and dental insur- ance plan. (Said Agreement is between the County and Midlands Choice relat- ing to Health Insurance Portability and AccountabilityAct (HIPPA) Standards of Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information.) Sullivan, aye; Corman, aye; Brown, aye. Motion car- ried. Motion by Sullivan, seconded by Brown, to authorize the Chairman of the Board to sign a Right of Way Con- tract and also a Right of Way Contract with Permanent Easement, both relat- ing to Project #BRS-1990(96). Sulli- van, aye; Corman, aye; Brown, aye. Motion carried. Said Agreement is between the County and Robert and Hazel Garman. Appreciation is ex- tended to the Garmans for their dona- tion of a tract of land, located in the SW 1/4 of Section 20, TIN, RSW, for the project. (Quite claim deed on file.) Motion by Corman, seconded by Sullivan to authorize the Chairman to sign a Resolution, received from the State Road Dep't. relating to the bid- letting for Federal Aid Project #BRO- 7065(18), an agreement for construc- tion of a Federal Aid Project, begin- ning approximately 0.5 mile east of the northwest comer of Section 1, T4N, R8W, extending 0.1 mile east, cross- ing Dry Creek. Corman, aye; Sullivan, aye; Brown, aye. Motion carried. (Project awarded to Wilke Contracting Corporation of Keamey, the low bid- der. Motion .b' Brown, seconded by Sullivan to appve and paSiitthe fol- lowing resolution. Brown, aye; Sulli- van, aye. Corman, aye. Motion car- ried. Resolution of Board of County Commissioners of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, Directing Tax Foredosure WHEREAS, anumber of lots, par- cels and pieces of real estate situated in Nuckolls County, Nebraska on which tax sale certificates were wntten on Oct. 1, 1998, for delinquent taxes, in- terest and charges thereon by the County Treasurer of Nuckolls County, Nebraska to the County of Nuckolls which sale certificates have not been redeemed; and, WHEREAS, the tax sale certifi- cates on said lots, parcels and pieces of real estate are owned and held by Nuck- oils County and.the period allowed by law for redemption of property from "said sales has expired and such certifi- cates numbered 563 and 564 ought to be foreclosed, now, therefore, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners of Nuckolls County, Nebraska that all tax sale cer- tificates remaining unredeemed re- deemed after this date shall be fore- closed, which certificates were written as above-mentioned and above-num- bered, and that the County Attorney of Nuckolls County, Nebraska is hereby authorized and directed to execute all pleading and papers necessary to bring such foreclosure proceedings and to proceed without unnecessary delay. Passed and approved this 25th day of March, 2002. Arnold Brown Joe Sullivan Danny K. Corman Board of County Commissioners Attest: Selma Ferguson. County Clerk Don Robb presented his Highway S uperintendeni's Recommendation on' the county road intersection between Sections 21,22, 27 and 28, TIN, R6W, pertaining to a traffic study of said road. Robb stated "The aln traffic flow is north and south. To better serve and direct the public, I recommend the county place two yield signs for the east and west bound traffic and let the main traffic north ant south remain unimpeded." Motion by Corman, sec- onded by Sullivan to accept the Rec- ommendation and pass the following Resolution. Corman, aye Sullivan, aye; Brown, aye. Motion carried. Resolution of the Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners Designating Regulatory Signs on a County Road. Whereas, a public hearing was held before the Board of Commissioners to determine the need for yield signs, located in Nuckolls County, Nebraska; and Whereas, the County Highway Su- perintendent has studied and recom- mended that yield signs be placed on the east-west Road; Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved by the Nuckolls County Board of Com- missioners, following due public no- tice of hearing; and upon completion of said hearing held at 11:30 a.m., March 25, 2002, the following de- scribed Nuckolls County Road De- partment to install regulatory signs at: HARDY PRECINCT: Road #2 @115 Legal Description: The county road intersections between sections 21, 22 and 27 and 28, T1N-R6W, Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Passed and approved the 25th day of March 2002. Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners Arnold Brown Joe Sullivan Danny K. Corman Attest: Selma Ferguson, County Clei'k A bid-letting was held, as adver- tised, at 11:00 a.m. for the County Road Department purchase of road gravel and mudrock. Submitting bids were Bladen Sand and Gravel, Inc., with a bid of $5.25 for gravel and $6.70 for mudrock; Callaway Sons and Daughter Sand and Gravel, Co., bid of $5.00 for gravel and $6.00 for mudrock. and Deweese Sand and Gravel, Inc. bid $5.05 for gravel and $6.50 for mudrock from the Superior pit loca- tion, and $5.40 for gravel and $6.50 for mudrock from the Deweese pit loca- tion. Said bids were for pit prices. Additional bids, by precinct, were pre- sented optioning to have the compa- nies haul and the gravel and mudrock. Following review of the bids received, a motion by Brown, seconded by Sul- livan to accept bids submitted for the County Road Department purchase of gravel and mudrock. Brown, aye. Sul- livan, aye; Corman. aye. Motion car- ried. The Board mailed correspondence to Sen. George Coordsen expressing their opposition to LB 1242 in regard to State take over of the distribution of inheritance monies. The board stated that local control of the funds was essential, questioning how we would be better served by state control of the funds. Also expressed in the letter, that the probable loss of funds would have an adverse impact on the county bud- get. The board recessed until April 1, 2002. Arnold Brown, Chairman By: Selma Ferguson, County Clerk Proceedings of the Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners April 1, 2002 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met April 1, 2002 at the Board Meeting Room in the Court- house. Nelson, Neb. as per recess of March 25.2002. Brown, Sullivan and Corman present for the meeting. The agenda of said meeting was posted in the County Clerk's office and remitted to board members in advance of the meeting. Brown approved the agenda as presented. Motion by Sullivan, seconded by Corman to approve plans by Alltel, to replace a buried communications cable system between Sections 6 and 7, T 1 N, R 8W. east of Guide Rock in Nuckolis County, and also to approve plans by Alltel to install a buried communica- tions cable system between Sections 22 and 23, TIN, N8W, west of Supe- rior in Nuckolls County. Sullivan, aye; Corman, aye; Brown, aye. Motion car- tied. Region 13 Emergency Manager, Leo Zadina, informed the Board that Stacia Gebers, age 10, of Nora, is the winner of the 2002 Severe Weather Awareness Poster Contest. Nebraska Emergency Management Agency and the National Weather Service spon- sored the statewide competition for "fourth grade students. Congratulations to Staciat Road Superintendent Don Robb met With the board in regard to road and bridge concerns. Dale Sail, County Surveyor, also with the JEO Consult- ing Group, Inc., met with the board explaining the benefits to the county in regard to using the Global Positioning System (GPS) for setting section mark- ers,etc. Following discussion, the board requested further information on price, etc. if the county were to contract for their services. A bid letting, as advertised, was held at 11:00 a.m. for the County Road Department purchase of a skidsteer. Submitting bids were C & W Farm Supply, Inc., Carrico Implement Co. Inc., Nebraska Rents, Falrbanks Grand Island and Murphy Tractor. Following review of bids received, motion by Corman, seconded by Sullivan to ac- cept bid received from Carrico Imple- ment Co., Inc., for a 2002 John Deere 250 Skidsteer loader at base cost of $22,249.00, adding option for back hoe attachment with 24" self leveling bucket, trading in a 1980 John Deere L- 125-H (S#095490m) bringing the total cost to $23,552.00. Corman, aye; Sullivan, aye; Brown, nay. Motion car- tied. Road Department personnel, Don Robb, Gary Warren and Cindy Buescher, and bidding company rep- resentatives were present for the bid- letting. The following claims were allowed: General Alltel, long distance service ............................... 165.57 Alltel Cellular, cellular service ................................. 34.32 Alltel Ne., Inc., telephone service ............................... 880.22 Doug Anderson, mileage ........ 363.54 Brad Baker, uniform allowance and car washes ..................... 56.00 Carrot-Top Industries, eagle for flag pole ......................... 95.00 City of Nelson, utilities .......... 659.44 Clay County Sheriff's Dept., prisoner board ...................... 40.00 R. Diane Collins, prior service benefit ..................... 11.00 R. L. Culbertson, prior service benefit ..................... 11.00 David Downing, Attorney, attorney services ................ 671.02 Eakes Office Plus, sup ............ 129.95 Electronic Systems, Inc., jail inspections ................... 373.60 Endurance Flag Co., flags ...... 255.95 ERC Communications, equipment .............. " ........... 259.00 Farmers Coop Assn., gas .......... 32.72 Selma Ferguson, County Clerk title and bank charges ........ 110.00 Fillmore County Extension Service, mileage, ............... 222.09 Fountaine Microfilming, microfilm service .............. 476.00 Wayne Garrison, Attorney, attorney services ............. 1,950.00 Gas 'N Shop, gas .................... 249.73 IBM Corp., computer .. services.; ...... ;i...i ........ )]....... 60,06 Jim's Service, battery and :- vehicle service ................... 137.20 Doris Jones, prior service benefit .................................. 22.00 Kan Du Trucking, janitorial contract ........................... 1,300.00 Keith County Sheriff, sheriff's fees ........... ,2 .......... 15.50 Kinder Morgan, natural gas service 1,084.55 Lawrence Locomotive, print and publish ................ 884.44 Lockwood Co., Inc., election supplies ................ 124.82 James Man', uniform allowance, car washes and meals .......... 80.69 Menards, janitor sup ............... 174.49 Brent Meyer, tool allowance ........................... 100.00 MIPS/CO.Solutions, LLC, comptaer expense ........... 1,243.19 Janice Murray, mileage ............ 63.51 Ne Assn. of Co. Officials. supplies ................................ 11:85 Ne Dept of Adman Services, telecommunication chgs .... 350.00 Nelson Gazette, print Jean Stichka, mileage ............... 21.90 Joe Sullivan, mileage ............... 40.88 Superior Publishing Co., print, publish and sup ........ 909.77 Thayer Co. Extension Service, mileage .............................. 675.01 Charles Tuttle, uniform allowance and car washes ..................... 56.00 Uniservice, Inc., janitorial supplies ................................ 17.40 U. S. Postal Service, postal meter expense ...... 2,000.00 USDA, APHIS, Wildlife Serv., 3rd quarter funding ......... 1,389.75 Valley Building Center, supplies .............................. 186.41 safety equipment Superior Motor Parts, sup. Valley Building Center, supplies... Van Diest Supply Co., chemicals ....... Employee's SS, Ins and retirement Medical and Relief City of Superior, client ser. Crete Career Corp., client services Deuel Pharmacy, client ser...i Gary Jordan, client services .' 21 st Mortgage, client services ............................ Viking Office Products, . Drug Law supplies ................................ 35.50 David City Police Dept., Walmart Community, sup ...... 165.51 RAP funding West Group Payment Inheritance Tax Center, supplies ................. 423.50 Kathryn L. Woerner-Estate, Employee's SS, insurance and retirement...: ........... 21,760.10 Road Ace Irrigation, sup ............... 4,618.31 Alltel, long distance service ................................. 31.57 Alltel Ne., Inc., telephone service ............... 102.08 Aurora Co-op, fuel ................ 155.80 Baum Iron, Supplies ................. 29.05 C & M Supply, fuel ............ 1,048.39 City of Nelson, utilities .......... 191.27 City of Superior, utilities ........ 340.40 Eggers Motor Service, supplies ........................... 1,851.68 Farmers Co-op Assn., fuel ....................................... 69.81 Duane Fraley, supplies ............. 89.01 Husker Steel, supplies ......... 8,596.80 Intestate Battery Systems of Ne., batteries ................... 33.95 Island Supply Co., supplies .............................. 815.50 George D. Judy, prior service benefit ..................... 19.00 Kinder Morgan, utilties .......... 587.11 Koch Pavement Solutions, registration fees ................... 30.00 Lawrence Village, utilities ....... 21.00 Lawson Products, Inc., supplies .............................. 346.53 Linweld, welding sup ............. 418.38 Michael Todd & Co., sup ....... 358.00 Midweest ProParts Express, supplies ............... 217.93 Murphy Tractor, supplies .... 3,792.69 NASASP, membership dues ..................................... 35.00 Ne Assn. of Co. Engineers & Hwy Supt. reg. fee ........... 70.00 Ne Machinery, sup .............. 1,867.66 Ne Peterbilt Ford, sup ............ 611.23 Ne Truck Center, sup ............... 50.07 Nuckolls County Treas., postage ................................. 34.00 Pamida, supplies ....................... 14.98 Paul' s Radiator, sup ................. 45.00 Petro Plus, repairs ................... 108.30 Walter H. Pelage, pffor service benefit ... .................. 12.00 Respond First Aid Systems, first aid supplies .................. 44.65 Road Builders, snowplow ...... 700.00 Don Robb, reimbursements ...... 47.74 tax refund 911 Service Alltel, equipment Allte| Ne, Inc., telephone service Scott Stemper, part-time administration ................. Superior Publishing Co., . print and publish ............. Board Arnold Brown, Chairrn By: Selma Ferguson County Clerk Public Notice There will be a the Bostwick Cemetery day, April 16. 2002 Elks Club, Superior. Notice Application NOTIC on April 22, 2002 at 8:00 Vestey Center at 453 enue the Superior City hold a public hearing application to the Development Block Grant. ! is available to local community development The City of Superior $145,000 for the 20,000 sq. ft. East Superior. CDBG for 42.1 percent and construction. It is more than 51 percent of the.! CDBG funds will ' moderate-income people; of the construction $191,200, will be financed bank and the local optiort fund; the project will not placement of people as CDBG activities and displaced persons will be r The grant able for of the city clerk, 135 SD Radiator Repair, " 8"  Superior, Nebraska. . repairs....:..,.,...,7. ............. .... .uu_,  ties are invited to attend Sdles, supphes 878 28 , """ ................. hearing at which nine you South Central PPD, opportunity to be utilities ............................... 226.88 STA United, Inc., CDL drug testing ................. 59.80 Superior Ace Hardware, supplies .............................. 152.18 Superior Deshler, supplies ......... 4.50 Superior Motor Parts, supplies ........................... 1,288.16 Superior Outdoor Power Center, supplies ................  ............... 19.44 Superior Publishing, print and publish .......................... 48.02 Harold Tambke, prior service benefit ..................... 13.00 Thermo King Christensen, supplies .............................. 139.52 Valley Building Center, supplies ................................ 17.15. grant application. Written will also be accepted hearing scheduled for April 22, 453 N. Central ments addressed at P. O. Box 160 will be received on or before Individuals requiring sensory accommodations interpreter service. or recorded materials, Jan Diehl at P. O. Box Nebraska, (402) 879-47 than April 17, NOTICE OF The South Central Viking Office Products, supplies ..... 'i'. ........................ 137.23 fled School District No. Watson Auto,Spply, sup......, 158.84 Education ' Weldon InduStries, sun... ..... 1,307.80  on Monday, April 15, at 7: Employees' SS, insuranee , meeting will be held at Su : and retiement.:..... ........ 15,609.31 Civil Defense able. Alltel, long distance ser ....... ;... i0.47 and publish .................... 2.. 302.60. Altel Cellular, celluar . ,' Nelson Good Samaritan Srvice ..2, ...................... ;..,.,23.82 Center, prisoner meals ........ ,15.00 Alltel Ne., Inc,, telephone' "  " Office Net, supplies .................. 94.83 ervice ,. ...... ., ................. ..,...79.80 Pamida, supplies ................. ,...103.41 ' Nu;ltolls Co. Treasurer, Plus 4 Engineering, Inc., tage......"...a...,...,, ..... .,..4:4.40 supplies ................................ 51.55 Leo Zadin., mileage, meals R. C. Booth Enterprises, ' ' ind postage ....... . ............. .2296.36 postage ................................. 22.50 Employee's SS, Ins. Redfield & Co., Inc., election supplies ................ 101.43 Region III Program Adman., 4th quarter funding ........ 2,103.71 Reliable Office Supplies supplies .............................. 156.40 Ron Robb, rolls .......................... '4.00 Schott Oil Co., Inc., gas ..................................... 183.41 Sealer & Parker Law Office, attorney services .................. 75.00 Scott Stemper, uniform allowance and car washes ..................... 56.00 and retirement .................... 960.03 Extension Revolving Fund Nuckolls Co. Ext. Service, sales tax return ..................... 10.50 Weed District Alltel, long distance ser .............. 6.03 Alltel Ne., Inc. telephone service .... i ............ 45.91 City of Nelson, utilities ............ 49.94 Kinder Morgan, natural gas service ......................... 100.59 Brent Meyer, meals ................... 4.25 Respond First Aid Systems, Meeting The re Boardofl 9 wailbe held pn 2002, at 6:00 p.m. in main Conference room, 11 Street, in Hastings. In board is unable to meet on alternate meeting date day April 16, 2002, An agenda subjects requiring the board is available for during normal business ESU No. 9 main office. 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