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\\; 6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 23, 2015 Public Notices (Published April 23, 2015 in The Superior Express) Public Notice To all interested citizens of Adams, Clay, Nuckolls, and Webster Coun- ties. The Board of Health for the South Heartland District Health Department will be holding a general meeting on May 6, 2015 at 8:30 a.m. at Superior Country Club, 400 NE-14, Superior NE. A copy of the agenda may be obtained at the South Heartland Dis- trict Health Department, 606 North Minnesota, Suite 2, Hastings, NE. ZNEZ 17-1c (Published April 23, 2015 in The Superior Express) Public Notice The Nuckoils County Board of Equalization will hold a hearing to consider Motor Vehicle Exemption request for Superior Good Samaritan Center 2005 Chevrolet Venture April 27, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. in the Board of Commissioners room, Nuckolls County Courthouse, 150 South Main, Nelson, Neb. A list of organizations seeking an exemption is available in the Office of the Nuckolls County Treasurer. Carrie Miller, Nuckolls County Clerk ZNEZ 17- I c (Published April 23, 2015 in The Superior Express) Public Notice The Nuckolls County Board of Equalization will hold a hearing to consider Motor Vehicle Exemption request for Mid Nebraska Individual Services Inc. A 2012 Dodge Caravan Grand SE on April 27, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. in the Board of Commissioners room, Nuckolls County Courthouse, 150 South Main, Nelson, Neb. A list of organizations seeking an exemption is available in the Office of the Nuckolls County Treasurer. Carrie Miller, Nuckolls County Clerk ZNEZ 17-1c (First published April 23, 2015 in The Superior Express) Notice of Organization Notice is hereby given that, Repub- lican Valley Properties, LLC, Nebraska Limited Liability Company, is orga- nized under the laws of the State of Nebraska, with its registered office at 102 E 12th Street, Superior, Nebraska 68978. The general nature of its busi- ness is to engage in and to do any lawful act concerning any and all law- ful business, other than banking or insurance, for which a Limited Liabil- ity Company may be organized under the laws of Nebraska, and for all other purposes authorized by law, to the same extent as natural persons might or could do. The Limited Liability Company was formed on April 6, 2015 and has perpetual existence. Its affairs shall be conducted by the Members pursuant to an Operating Agreement duly adopted by the Company. Carla J. Alexander, Attorney Downing, Alexander &amp; Wood P.O. Box 744 Kearney, NE 68848-0744 ZNEZ 17-3c (Published April 23, 2015 in The Superior Express) City Council Minutes A meeting of the mayor and council of Superior, Nebraska was convened in open and public session on the 13 day of April, 2015 in the conference room of the city-utility building at 7:30 p.m. Present were council members Lemke, Fox, Disney, Peterson, Jensby, Foote. Absent: None. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by posting in the city clerk's office, municipal library and public safety building, the designated method of giv- ing notice. Availability of the proceed- ings hereafter shown was taken while the convened meeting was open to the public. Mayor Schmidt noted that a copy of the Open Meetings Act was posted on the west wall and available for public review. I Routine Business 1. Notice of Open Meetings Act 2. Roll Call 3. Oral Communications - Recogni- tion of Visitors II Unfinished Business None. III Public Hearing(s) None. IV Consent Agenda* 1. Approve April Utility Claims 2. Accept March Utility Treasurer's Report 3. Approve Minutes from March 23, 2015 Meeting 4. Approve April City Claims 5. Accept March City Treasurer's Re- port Council by majority vote approved the consent agenda with the additional claims. V Regular Agenda Utilities Section: 1. Council consensus to modify exist- ing ordinance for curtailment of water in possible drought. 2. Council by majority vote approved Brittenham to create an RFP to adver- tise for a skid steer. 3. Council by majority vote approved rearranging the front door as the handi- capped entrance to the city office build- ing and award the work to Howard's Glass for $7,325. City Section: !. Council by majority vote tabled dis- cussion on property at 317 and 321 N Park St. 2. Council by majority vote approved motion for abatement for 214 West Third Street. 3. Council by majority vote approved the striping of the streets, Job i, with Bruce Fullerton for $2,498.00. 4. Council tabled purchasing trees for lot west of city office building. 5. Council by majority vote approved Resolution 2014- i 8 regarding LEOP (Local Emergency Operations Plan) with county. 6. Council by majority vote approved the Superior Volunteer Fire Depart- ment Officers for 2015-2016 and new member Shawn Bray. 7. Council by majority vote approved the 2015 Superior Cleanup Flyer. 8. Council by majority vote approved the JEO Consulting Group invoice 82245 for $5,800.00 for Superior Util- ity Plan. 9. Council by majority vote approved II Custom Application of Liquid and Dry Fertilizer and Chemical Propane Anhydrous Crop @ Producbon Serwces 1221 E. 3rd Street Superior, Neb. 68978 (402) 879-4749 it's okay for as long as it .... i..5 ........... health care o e revolves around: Health care is changing, and CHI Health promises to change it for the better. In fact, we started embracing new ways to keep you well more than I 0 years ago. It's called value-based care, the belief that prescribing a healthier lifestyle is better than prescribing a lot of pills. That's why we're building a network where doctors, clinics and hospitals work closely to organize your care for the best possible outcome. We're doing what's right for our patients: to mend what's broken and restore your faith in health care. 'q$ CHI Health Imagine better health. == Draw 5 requesting grant funds from Nebr .Dept. of Economic Develop- ment for 13-PP-001. 10. Council by majority vote approved the proposed housing program guide- lines. 11. No travel requests. 12. Various committee reports were given. April Utility Claims Kansas Payment Center, 233.15; B- Green Lawn Care, 125.00; Andrew Bargen, 75.00; Berry, 27.30; Chamber of Commerce, 1,083.33; City Clerk- Treasurer, 2,563.60; City of Superior, 26,822.62; Comfort Inn, 205.52; DeRossett Company, 787.90; Ideal Market, 9.85; Information Analytics Inc., 49.50; Kriz-Davis, 139.26; League of Nebraska Municipalities, 2,156.00; Municipal Supply Inc., 502.43; Mu- tual of Omaha, 420.72; Nebraska Ru- ral Water Assn, 375.00; Nebraska Pub- lic Power District, 122,235.76; One Call Concepts, 39.40; Petro Plus, Inc., 708.80; Terry Preifert, 40.00; Quality Red D Mix, 93.00; RESCO, 80.70; Larry Sibert, 75.00; South Central Pub- lic Power, 2,323.12; John Sullivan, 30.00; SuperiorAce Hardware, 485.63; Superior Exterminating, 52.00; Supe- rior iNET, 109.96; Superior Motor Parts, 6.90; Superior Outdoor Power, 176.87; Superior Publishing, 210.00; Superior Utilities, 6,987.35; Crest Theatre, 250.00; Windstream, 922.37; Wittke's Heating & Cooling, 260.00; Energy Pioneer Solutions, 2,267.71; Superior Utilities, 1,582.58; Post Of- rice, 16.95; Human Interagency Ser- vices, 10.00; Post Office, 281.87; Patricia Dondlinger, 210.77; Sonya Huffman, 307.56; Cynthia Lorenzen, 78.74; Kara Thunker, 53.89; Post Of- rice, 245.00; Post Office, 245.00; Post Office, 17.95; Federal Deposit, 6,667.58; JP Morgon Chase, 5,291.26; Federal Deposit, 6,890.48; Salaries, 18,124.36; Salaries, 18,877.19. April City Claims Aurora Co-op Elevator, 399.96; B- Green Lawn Care, 408.00; Business World Products, 73.98; Capital Bank & Trust, 968.63; CPI Cooperative Pro- ducers, 702.25; Crop Production Ser- vices, 282.46; Don Fintel, 600.00; Elec- tronic Systems, 40.00; FYR-TEK, Inc., 457.92; Ideal Market, 7.98; Kenney's Lumber & Farm Center, 157.51; Kite Veterinary Clinic, 200.00; Matheson Tri-Gas, Inc., 84.40; Midland Area Agency, 1,266.67; Mutual of Omaha, 245.03; Nu Co Sheriffs Office, 550.00; Old Dominion Brush, 874.78; Para- mount Linen & Uniform, 44.68; Petro Plus, 1,144.31; Pierce Electronics, 352.00; Platte Valley Communications, 506.83: Quality Red D Mix, 93.00; Quill Corp., 226.81; Sandra Schendt, 210.00; Superior Ace Hardware, 472.90; Superior Exterminating, 68.00; Superior Motor Parts, 19.49; Superior Outdoor Power, 123.59; Superior Out- door Power, 3,727.32; Superior Out- door Power, 3,027.72; Superior Phar- macy, 11.29; Superior Publishing, 245.55; Superior Utilities, 5,186.78; Superior Utilities, 341.29; Superior Utilities, 3,000.00; Superior Utilities, 2,000.00;Tietjen Automotive, 120.00; were present to answer the roll call. Chairperson Renz publicly stated to all in attendance that a current copy of the Nebraska Open Meetings Act was available for review and indicated the location of such copy posted, in the room where the meeting was held. The following items took place dur- ing the regular agenda. The minutes of the March l 0, 2015 meeting were approved by majority vote. The March treasurer' s report was approved by majority vote. The following claims were ap- proved for payment by majority vote. South Central Public Power 1,238.89, Sherry Muilins 3.50, Ne- braska Department of Revenue 586.01, One Call 7.70, Brian Little 53.00, Pub- lic Health Lab 37.00, Gary Thompson 829.00, Fort Dearborn 44.72, Superior Publishing 24.81, Superior Utilities 770.42, Federal Deposit 372.84, Trustee Salary 150.00 Employee Sal- ary 1,212.01 In other action, the Board of Trust- ees by majority vote passed Resolu- tion 15-05 approving the Nuckolls County Local Emergency Operations Plan. The Board accepted the 2015 to 2019 Law Enforcement Agreement with Nuckolls County by majority vote. The 2015 street armor coating projects on Market and Railroad streets with Figgins at a bid price of $13,518.40 was approved by majority vote. An engineering agreement with Miller and Associates on the USDA sewer project in the amount of $ 87,070 was approved by majority vote. The Health Board had nothing to report. Mac McCutcheon and Michael Martin were recognized on the firemen's roster as employees of the Hardy Volunteer Fire Department by majority vote. Clark gave the delinquent water report. Meeting adjourned. A complete text of minutes, resolutions and ordinances are on file in the Village office and are available for public inspection. ZNEZ t7-1c (First published April 16, 2015 in ' The Superior Express) Notice of Dissolution Notice is hereby given of the filing of the State of Dissolution with the Secretary of State under the laws of the State of Nebraska of Twin Valley Mills, LLC having the registered office at 772 Road 4300, Ruskin, Nebraska 68974. The terms and conditions of such dissolution, effective March 30, 2015, are that after the payment of all debts, obligations and liabilities of the Lim- ited Liability Company, the remaining property and assets of the Limited Li- ability Company have been distributed among the members. The management of the Limited Liability Company's affairs during the period of dissolution and distribution of the Limited Liabil- ity Company's assets is by Gerald L. Simonsen, manager of the Limited Li- ability Company. Any claim against Twin Valley Mills, LLC will be barred unless claim is received at the regis- tered office by April 16, 2020. Dated April 8, 2015. approve the agenda with an addition of a Special Liquor License Application and the April 6, 2015 minutes. Sec- onded by Zikmund. Corman, Zikmund and Christensen all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carded. Diane Wehrman informed the board that a member of the South Heartland Health District would be visiting the building on Tuesday April 14, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. Christensen said he had been communicating with them as well and would be at the courthouse when he arrived. Mike Huhman from Yel- low Van Cleaning & Restoration did an inspection of the courthouse and explained to the board about the living growing personalities of mold. Huhman reported that the primary source is the in the basement and there were high levels of concern for the basement, heating and cooling duct work, and county court office. He highly recommended that Wehrman be moved to an alternate office until the mold problem is remedied. Sheriff Baker discussed needing a roof repair on the sheriff' s department office. Chairman Corman suggested that the board and Baker make a deci- sion on whether to update the current facilities or look further into new build- ing. Zikmund apologized to Baker the miscommunication and admitted the board had been indecisive on what the future plans of the sheriff' s office build- ing should be. Baker said he had pre- sented theprevious board with remodel plans afterthey had suggested to up- date and make more room for the dis- patchers. At that time they had consid- ered the sheriff' s building to be in need of a lot of repair, and had suggested Baker look into what a new building would cost. Baker stated that he was no longer able to get the original bid for a remodel-update that he had in 2014; and he nor the commissioners were willing to reconsider the building plans from the architect firm previously de- nied. A decision of how to move for- ward is still pending at this time but both all agreed that taking quotes for the roof repair was a priority. A motion was made by Corman to approve the adjustment in the budget authority by adding Amy Mazour. Seconded by Christensen. Corman, Zikmund and Christensen all voted aye, 0voted nay. Motion carried. Royce Gonzales presented the safety committee monthly report. He told the board that the safety commit- tee had discussed the cement slab un- der the outside elevator and wondered if the road department would be able to seal the crack. The fire extinguishers inspections were scheduled to be done. Corman told Gonzales that Adams county had taken the safety measures of reducing to a single secured en- trance and that he felt reassured that Nuckoils county is moving in the right direction in planning to do the same. Zikmund will contact the U.S. Marshall's office to have a security inspection. A motion was made by Christensen to approve the safety com- mittee monthly report. Seconded by Corman. Corman, Zikmund and Timothy Schmidt 150.00; Wind- 3"9.<8; Ziemba . .,, Roofing, ::Seiler & Parke( PC, LLO stream; 145.00; Casey s,' 8563; Fedtral De= 726 East Side Boulevard ' posit, 3,283.96; City of Superior, 3,000.00; Nebraska Child Support Pymt, 173.08; US Dept. of Education, 90.56; Cowboy's Construction, 8,250.00; Federal Deposit, 3,369.45; Lord Abbott, 1,143.86; NE State With- drawal, 697.45; Salaries 11,822.42; Salaries 11,925.86. 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. ZNEZ 17- I c (Published April 23, 2015 in The Superior Express) VILLAGE OF HARDY PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Hardy, Nebraska, was held on the fourteenth day of April, 2015, at five o'clock p.m. All trustees Matthew Hinrikus, 25498 : ..  , Christenseaall voted aye,0 voted nay. Hastings, NE 68902-1288 (402) 463-3125 Attorney at Law ZNEZ 16-3c Published April 23, 2015 in The Superior Express) Nuckolis County Board of Commissioners Proceedings The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met Monday, April t 3, 2015 in the board meeting room at the courthouse, Nelson, Nebr., per recess of April 6, 2015. Christensen, Zikmund and Corman present for the meeting. The agenda of said meeting was remit- ted to board members in advance of the meeting and is posted in the county clerk' s office and on the county website. Chairman Corman announced the 'Open Meetings Act Law' as posted in the commissioners board meeting room and handouts are available. The board reconvened at 9:02 a.m. A motion was made by Corman to Motio!aarriI... .... A motion 1"o approve Special Li- quor License Application for Dick's Place at the fairground July 25, 2015 and Meyer Vineyards, Inc. dba Supe- rior Estates Winery for sampling-tast- ing May 2, 2015. Seconded by Christensen. Corman, Zikmund and Christensen all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. A motion was made by Zikmund to approve an easement for sewer line for Tri-C Farms from NEll4 19-5-5 to Ski/4 18-1-5. Seconded by Christensen. Zikmund and Christensen all voted aye, Corman abstained. 0 voted nay. Motion carried. A motion was made by Zikmund to approve easement for waterline for Shamrock Farm in 30-1-6, easement for electrical line for Wanda Langer from 19-2-8 to 30-2-8, and easement for waterline for Dorrei Lipker from 34-35 to27-3-5. Seconded by Corman. Corman, Zikmund and Christensen all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried._ Ive, you. Lower Republican Natural Resources District Order Adopting Amendment to Ground Water Management Rules and Regulations Pursuantto Neb. Rev. Sat. 46- 743 and 46-744, the Lower Republican Natural Resources District (LRNRD) adopts the proposed amendment to the District's Ground Water Management Rules and Regulations (the "Rules.") A Public Hearing was held an April 9, 2015 to consider the adoption of an amendment to Rule 7-14.12. Testimony and evidence was received by the Board and the Board finds that Rule 7-14.12 should be amended to impose a one-year pumping maximum allocation on ground water during the 2015 irrigation season of 13 inches per effective Certified Irrigated Acre or 13 inches per effective Certified Irrigated Acre if a Pooling Arrangement or Pooling Agreement has been approved by the District. It is Therefore Ordered by the LRNRD that the above amendment to Rule 7- 14.12 is approved and adopted and shall become effective May 14, 2015. During regular business hours, copies of the full text of the amenment to the Rule 7-14,12 may be obtained at the District Office located at 30 North John Street, P.O. Box 618, Alma, Nebraska, telephone number (308) 928-2182. Dated April 9, 2015 Lower Republican Natural Resources District, By: Marlin Murdoch, Chair Certification I, David Barrels, the undersigned Secretary for the Lower Republican Natural Resources District, in the State of Nebraska, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Order of the Board of Directors adopted on April 9,2015, that the subject included in the Order was contained in the agenda for the meeting, kept continually current and readily available for public inspection at the administrative office of the District; that such subject was contained in said agenda for at least twenty-four hours prior to said meeting; that a current copy of the Nebraska Open Meetings Act was publicly announced, available and accessible to members of the public, posted during such meeting in the room in which such meeting was held; that at least one copy of all reproducible material discussed at the meeting was available at the meeting for examination and copying by members of the public; that all news media requesting notification concerning meetings of said body were provided advance notification of the time and place of said meeting and the subjects to be discussed at said meeting. David Bartels, Secretary ZNEZ 17-3e Tim Schmidt shared with the board that he would be returning to his phy- sician April 21, 2015. A discussion was held on Tim' s personal treatments and time line as well as a possible amendment to Nuckolls County Health policy affecting elected officials. A motion was made by Corman to approve an extended 90 day leave of absence for Tim Schmidt. Seconded by Zikmund. Corman, Zikmund and Christensen all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Corman shared that he had spoken with Cody Wyatt about some terms of the Noxious Weed Control position. The matter was tabled for further ne- gotiations. Rasmussen Preventive Mainte- nance Service agreement renewal was tabled at this time. Corman said he would contactRon Paul of Rasmussen. There being no further business the meeting was recessed at 1:50 p.m. un- til Monday, April 20, 2015. Danny K. Corman, chairman By: Carrie Miller, county clerk ZNEZ 17-1c (First published Apri123, 2015 in The Superior Express) Notice In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska Estate of Doris Jones, Deceased Estate No. PR 15-8 Notice is hereby given that a Peti- tion for Probate of Will of said de- ceased, Determination of Heirs, and Appointment of Angela L. Gardner as Personal Representative has been filed and is set for hearing in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, located at Nuckolls County Court, Nelson, Nebraska 68961 on May 12, 2015 at or after 9:15 a.m. Angela L. Gardner, Petitioner 411 4th Street Nora, NE 68961 - (402) 621-0025 Randall Alexander (Bar ID 15337) Downing, Alexander and Wood 355 N. Commercial, PO Box 185 Superior, Nebraska 68978 (402) 879-4751 ZNEZ 17-3c Unicameral Update By Sen. John Kuehn District 38 Last November Nebraska voters ap- proved an increase in the state mini- mum wage from $7.25 to $8 in 2015 and another jump to $9 in 2016. Initia- tive 425 was successful on a platform outlining the need for a living wage for single parents struggling to make ends meet. I do not disagree with this senti- ment, and 1 believe every citizen should have access to the means by which to support themselves with reasonable pay for their work. However, when many considered the wage increase, they did not factor in a vital group negatively affected by the minimum wage: young people. States with minimum wage levels greater than $8 per hour have higher nities for them. Throughout District 38 small town business owners have been clear to me about the impact the increased mini- mum wage would have on their ability to provide jobs for high school stu- dents. For that reason, I used my prior- ity designation for this session to guar- antee floor debate on LB 599. Intro- duced by Sen. Laura Ebke of Crete, 1 ,B 599 seeks to create a separate wage 3r young student workers. Those um r the age of 18 and enrolled in a publ ,, private, or home high school p.rogra n will be eligible to receive a mmlmu a wage of $8 effective Jan. l, 2016. n addition, provisions in this bill restrk the decreased minimum wage to jt ;t 25 percent of payroll to avoid ela- ployer abuse. Students with depen- dents or enrolled in a vocational pro- gram are not eligible for the wage. LB 599 does not force high school workers to be paid less. It does not allow employers to create a business model hiring only young, lower paid workers. It does not apply to college of vocational students. It does create in= centives for business owners to take a risk and invest in critical first jobs for high school students. It does help pro- vide support for our small town busi- nesses and students who are dispro- portionately hurt by the increased mini- mum wage. Last week, LB 599 advanced through the first of three rounds of floor debate with almost two-thirds of the legislature's support. My colleagues and I recognize our responsibility to provide and maintain vital opportuni- ties for our next generation. This bill is important to our communities, small businesses, and our future workforce. Good public policy recognizes that sweeping generalized regulations can have negative impacts on specific groups and seeks to correct those in- justices. That is the goal of LB 599: to correct a negative situation for youth workers in our state that Nebraska vot- ers would never intend to create. The difference between $9 per hour and $8 per hour pales in comparison to the difference between $8 per hour and $0 income. That is the impact we are talking about. "He who sacrifices his conscience to ambition bums a picture to obtain the ashes." Chinese Proverb b t :] J ',./ %z G ,5 5 :i l; Courthouse News .": Nuckolls County , 1,1 County Traffic Court -_, Speeding: Jessica Edwards, Supe- rior, $75; Tairia K. Strine, Superior, ."" $75; Michael R. Ford, Sutton, $25; Thad A. Mumm, Hebron, $25. 7.; County Civil Court .... Bank of America, N.A. vs. Mark E. Laybourn, Superior, judgment entered. ,t, County Criminal Court ?, State of Nebraska vs. Amber Schmidt, Superior, theft; $50. ': State of Nebraska vs. Lesley Cox, ,i Superior, meter tampering, $50. ,,, youth unemployment rates and lower State of Nebraska vs. Trenton ,j, workfor.ce participation among y, o ung,. McCIu, Superi0r, tittering.: i,$- 1.0 0". ..... ', workers when compared to states with .... Kern stme trans.lers " :', lower minimum wage. Teens initially Randy R. Stmeman, Peggy J. ,,, entering the workforce under the age Stineman to Kevin Boyd, Tera Boyd: i: of 18 are subject to safety regulations restricting the tasks they can perform. Additionally, student workers in par- ticular have complicated school and activity schedules, and they often re- quire additional training and oversight in their "first jobs." Simply put, they require more time and management resources from employers than more experienced workers. First jobs make a significant differ- ence on the earning potential of young adults who are saving for college, con- tributing to their families, and active in their communities. A study published in 2014 showed that high school se- niors who worked 20 hours per week had annual earnings 20 percent higher 6 to 9 years after graduation. That critical early earnings period post-high school can be the difference between financial independence or being strapped with debt for many young adults and families throughout their working lives. Given what is at stake for our youth, I am committed to help- ing incentivize employment opportu- W 1/2 NE 1/4 16-3-7. Earl J. Studer, Ruth Studer to Justin ':[' Brase: Part Lots 2 and 3 in Block 15, Original Town of Superior. ."i Lorretta Jo Westra to Stanley R. Koehler: Part Outlet 4 in Block 1 :"; ' L.' Wheeler's Subdivision of Outlets 10 and I I of Nelson and vacated Second :i:, Street; Outlet 7 in Block 1, Wheeler's :, Subdivision of Outlets 10 and 1 ! and i. vacated Second Street; Part Outlet 6 in Block !, Wheeler's Subdivision of Outlets 10 and 11 and vacated Third ,? Street and vacated Second Street; . ,; Outlet 8 in Block I, Wheeler's Subdi- visionofOutlots 10and I I;PartOutlot . 9 in Block 1, Wheeler's Subdivision of " Outlets I 0 and I 1 vacated Third Street; :'' ,(,!! Lots 6 and 7 and Part Lots 5 and 8 in  ,! Block 1, Wheeler's Subdivision of Outlets 10and I l;Block2, Wheeler's  :i SubdivisionofOutlots 10and 1 l;Block , 3, Wheelers Subdivision of Outlets 10 and II. Craig Guiikey to Marc M.Caldwell, ' ' Becky K. Caldwelh Lots 4, 5 and Part : .. Lot 3 in Block 9, East Superior. ;... 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