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A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 29, 2010 shall also hear evidence presented by ic Notices-,.e Village Board of Health. If after Considering all evidence, the Village Board OfTrustees finds the conditions (First published April 15, 2010 area publ:nuisance, it shall by reso- in The Superior Express) lutiom oi&apos;der the owner, occupant or person in e0ntrol to remedy the public In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska Estate of Lillian Stansbury, de- qeased :2.- Estate No. PR08-42 !ii,:., NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given that a final account and report of administration and a petition for complete settlement have been filed and are set for hearing m the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. located at Nuckolls County Court, Nelson. Nebraska .68961. on May 11, 2010. at or after .9:30 o'clock a.m. :,:' John A. Stansbury, petitioner 1359 Spencer Rd. West St: Paul. Minn. 55108 (651) 641-7147 Randall Alexander (Bar ID t5337) Downing, Alexander and Wood 355 N. Commercial PO Box 185 S0perior. Nebraska 68978 (402) 879-4751 15-3c (First published Thursday, Aprii 22. 2010 in The Superior Express) NOTICE To: Charles A. Runyan, Jr and Deborah Runyan You are hereby given nonce that the Hardy Village Board of Health has 0westigated conditions in oron the real property owned or under your control at 605 Main Street. Hardy, Nebraska. The following conditions were found which appear to constitute a public nuisance, to-wit: Trash. litter, junk tires, abandoned cars and trailers: over-grown grasses : and weeds: unsightly or unsafe condi- :tions which may constitute a menace to the public health orare so unsightly as to depreciate the value of property in the vicinity thereof. -- The Hardy Village Board of Trust- ees will hold a public hearing on May 1.1. 2010 at 5:30 p.m at its regular ,meeting room in the Hardy Fire Halt. The Board of Trustees will hear all !objections by the owner, occupant or ,erson in control of said premises and nuisance at once. If the owner, occu- pant or controlling person refuSes,.or neglects to promptly comply with the said order, the Village Board of Trust- ees shall proceed to cause the abate- ment of the prescribed public nuisance and may levy.and assess the costs and work upon the real estate so benefited in the same manner as other special taxes for improvements are levied and assessed. Village of Hardy By: Timothy S. Schmidt Village Attorney 213 East Third Street Superior, NE 68978 (402) 879-4733 16-2c (First published Thursday, April 22, 2010, in The Superior Express) NOTICE To: Charles A. Runyan, Sr. and Glenda C. Runyan You are hereby given notice that the Hardy Village Board of Health has investigated conditions in or on the real property owned or under your con- trol at 412 Leavitt. Hardy, Nebraska. The following conditions were found which appear to constitute a public nuisance to-wit: Unsightly and unsafe exterior and interior conditions of building struc- tures; open cesspool which has not been filled or covered properly; yard waste, weeds and tree limbs not con- trolled or disposed of so that they no longer create conditions which are unsafe, unsightly, constitute a fire haz- ard or generally depreciate property values in'the vicinity thereof. The Hardy Village Board of Trust- ees will hold a public hearing on May 11. 2010 at 5:30 p.m. at its regular meeting room in the Hardy Fire Hall. The Board of Trustees will hear all objections by the owner, occupant or person in control of said premises and shall also hear evidence presented by the Village Board of Health. If after considering all evidence, the Village Board of Trustees finds the conditions i PUBLIC NOTICE are a public nuisance, it shall by reso- lution, order the owner, occupant or person in control to remedy the public nuisance at once. If the owner, occu- pant or controlling person refuses or neglects to promptly comply with the said order, the Village Board of Trust- ees shall proceed to cause the abate- ment of the prescribed public nuisance and may levy and assess the costs and work upon the real estate so benefited in the same manner as other special taxes for improvements are levied and assessed. Village of Hardy By Timothy S. Schmidt Village Attorney 213 East Third Street Superior, NE 68978 (402) 879-4733 16-2c (First Published April 29, .2010 in The Superior Express) Notice In the County Court of. Nuckolls County, Nebraska. ' - Estate of Paul L. Leslie, deceased. Estate No. PR10-11. Notice is hereby given that on April 27, 2010, in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, the regis- trar issued a written statement of infor- mal probate of the will of said decedent and that Lois M, Leslie whffs.e address is 840 Kansas St., Superior, Neb., 68978. was informally appointed by the registrar as personal representative of the estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this court on or before June 28, 2010, or be forever barred. Diana Wehrman Clerk of the County Court PO Box 372 Nelson. Neb., 68961-0372 Randall Alexander #15337 Downing, Alexander & Wood 355 N. Commercial, PO Box 185 Superior, Neb., 68978 402-879-4751 17-3c (First published Thursday, April 22, 2010. in The Superior Express) NOTICE To: Gary L. Massey and Chrystal G, Massey You are hereby givefi notice that the Hardy Village Board of Health has investigated conditions in or on the real property owned or under your con- for addition to the Nuckolls County Sample Ballot The following race and candidate was erronously missed on the composite sample ballot, which was published in this newspaper on April 22, 1010. DEMOCRAT PARTY SAMPLE BALLOT COUNTY TICKET For County Commissioner District 3 Vote for ONE REPUBLICAN PARTY SAMPLE BALLOT COUNTY TICKET For County Commissioner District 3 Vote for ONE ARNOLD BROVNN (D SAVE THE DATE! .. State of Nebraska )] County of Nuckolls _ss I, ]ackie L. Kassebaum, county clerk in and for the county of Nuckolls, State of Nebraska, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct composite of the sample ballot showing the candidate and race that will be voted upon at the Primary Election to be held May 11, 2010 in the election precincts of Nuckolls County. Please be advised this is a sample ballot and because some listed candidates are nontinated only in specific districts, those names may not appear on the ballot in your precinct. Witness my hand and official seal this 23rd day of April, 2010 Jackie L. Kassebaum, Nuckolls County Clerk i I Re-el ect Wallman for a non-partisan approach to A timeworn" to the Nebraska Capitol reads, "The salvation of the state lies in the watchfitlness of its citizenS." Keep watch of political agendas that v a,antecite'JoUr t a tr'r affect you and your family. All problems ,._avl[I[. can be addressed when all senators work vo,x ,'-o together. I am working for transparency about the true costs of serving uninsured citizens. Wallman LegMature'District 3tl Paid for by Wallman fbr Legislature. Cathy 5696 SW 2rid Rd.. Cortla Before Macy was even born, doctors detected a complicated heart problem during a prenatal ultrasound. Despite multiple corrective surgeries and medications, byage 10, Macy's own heart was quickly failing. Because someone said "yes" to organ donation, Macy now has a strong heart... and an awesome serve! 'yo I=we t4e powe DoIA'r LIFE. trol at 107 Dover Street. Hardy, Ne- braska. The following conditions were found which appear to constitute a public nuisance, to-wit:. Unsafe and unsightly conditions existing on the exterior and interior of the building structures; trash, junk, lit- ter and other articles or material which create conditions in which flies, rats, or other vermin may breed or multiply, or which may be a fire danger or which are so unsightly as to depreciate prop- erty values in he vicinity thereof. The Hardy Village Board of Trust- ees will hold a public hearing on May. 11, 2010, at 5:30 p.m. at its regular meeting room in the Hardy Fire Hall. The Board of Trustees will hear all objections by the owner, occupant or person in control of said premises and shall also hear evidence presented by the Village Board' of Health. If after considering all evidence, the Village Board of Trustees finds the conditions are a public nUisance, it shall by reso- lution, order the owner, occupant or person in control to remedy this public nuisance at once. If the owner, occu- pant or controlling person:refuses or neglects to promptly comply with the said order, the Viilage:Board of Trust- ees shall proceed to cause the abate- ment of the prescribed public: nuisance and may levy and assess the costs and work upon the real estate so benefited in the same manner as other special taxes for improvements are levied and assessed. Village of Hardy By Timothy S. Schmidt Village Attorney 213 East Third Street Superior, NE 68978 (402) 879-4733 16-2c (Published April 29. 2010 m The Superior Express) Notice of Meeting Notice is hereby given that a meet- ing of the Superior Airport Authority, LEGAL NOTICE OF A MEASURE TO BE VOTED UPON AT A SPECIAL ELECTION OCCURING ON MAY 11, 2010 BALLOT TITLE AND TEXT OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROPOSED BY THE ONE HUN- DRED FIRST LEGISLATIRE Also included is a Statement of Explanation in Italics Prepared by the Executive Board of the Leg- islative Council for the Amend- ment Proposed by the Legislature PROPOSED BY THE 2010 LEGISLATURE PROPOSED AMENDMENT NUMBER 1 A vote FOR this amendment will attthorize the Legislature to perm, it cou, nties, cities, and villages to acquire, ou;n, develop, and lease or finance real attd personal property for use by nonprofit enterprises for non- sectorian, nondevotional, and nonre- ligious puq)oses and to .ssue reveuu, e bonds for such purpose; will prohibit the use of condem, nation for acquiring such prol)erty art, d operation of such property as o business by th, e county, city, or uillage; and u:ill not attthorize the coumy, city, or village to impose any tax to repay the obligations represented by such recenue bonds. A vote AGAINST th, is amendment will not attth.orize th, e Legislature to permit counties, cities, and uillages to acquire, own, det:elop, attd lease or finance real and personal property for use by nonprofit enterprises or to tssue revenue bonds for such ptt.rpose. A constitutional amendment to authorize the use of revenue bonds to develop and lease property for use by nonprofit en- terprises as determined by law. " [] For [] Against TEXT OF PROPOSED AMENDMENT NUMBER I THE MEMBERS OF THE ONE HUNDRED FIRST LEGISLA- TURE OF NEBRASKA, SECOND SESSION, RESOLVE THAT: Section 1. At the primary election in May 2010 the following proposed amendment to the Constitution of Nebraska shall be submitted to the electors of the State of Ne- braska for approgal or rejection: To add a new section 4 to Article XIII: III-4 Notwithstanding any other provision in this Constitution_,_ the Legislature may authorize an v_u t y, city, or village to acquire, own, develop and lease or finance real and personal properw, other than property used or to be used for sectar- ian instruction or study or as a place for devotional activitms or religious worship, to be use_d, during the term of any revenue bonds issued, nonprofit enterprises as determined by law and to issue revenue, bonds for_ the purpose of defr ae _cost of a_cquiring and der financ: ing such property by construction, purchase, or otherwise. Such bonds_ shall not become general obligatmn bonds of the governmental subdivi= s_ion by which such bonds are issued and such gover_nmen_tal subdivision_ shall have no authority to nnpose_ Ka__s for the payment of such bonds. Notwithstanding the provismns of Article VIII, section 2, of this Con- stitution, the acquisition ownershj development, useer_financing o_f _any real or personal l}roRe_r_t:. ant to the provisions of this section shall not affect the imposition of a2 t_axes or the exemptiQn therefrom by the Legislature pursuant to this _Constitution. The accxlwm_t developing, and leasing or financing _of such property shall be d_e_m_e_d for a. public purpose, but the governmen- tal subdivision shall notj.vethe right to acquire such propet't_s, for the purposes specified in this seeAi_o_n b.y_ condemnation The principal Of'and interest on any bonds issued many. be secured by4)ledge of the leas_e .and the revenuetherefrom anA_b2 mortgage upon such proper_tyL=N_o such governmental subdiv sio n_-shLt have the power to operate any such pro',ert- as abts"_tess or in any manner except as.t_he lessor thereof Sec. 2. The proposed amendment shall be submitted to the electors in the manner pre- scribed by the Constitution of Nebraska Article XVI. section 1.. with the following ballot language: A constitutional amend.. ment to authorize the use of revenue bonds to de- velop and lease properr, v for use by nonprofit entre" prises as determined by law. For Aains Respectfully submitted. John Gale Secretary of State (Publish three times, weeks of April 19, April 26 and May 3) Superior, Neb., will be held Monday, May.3, 2010 at 5:30 p.m. at the airport terminal. Mary Fuller, Secretary 17-1c (Published April 29. 2010 m The Superior Express) Public Notice To all interested citizens of Adams Clay, Nuckolls andWebster Counties: The Board of Health for the South Heartland District Health Department will be holding a general meeting on May 10, at 8:30 a.m. at United Church of Christ, Clay Center, Neb. A copy of the agenda may be obtained at the South Heartland District Health De- partment, 606 N. Minnesota. Suite 2. Hastings, Neb. 17-1 c (First Published Apri129, 2010 in The Superior Express) Public Notice Notice is hereby given that the Nuckolls County Agricultural Soci- ety, Inc. intends to file an application to USDA Rural Development for fi- nancial assistance for the addition of heating and air conditioning to the fairgrounds building and the purchase of rodeo pens. A meeting will be held on May 5, 2010; 8:00 p.m. at the Nuckolls County Fairgrounds regarding the proposed project and to provide the opportunity for public comment. 17-2c (Published April 29. 2010 in The Superior Express) Proceedings of The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners April 19. 2010 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met April 19. 2010 in the board meeting room at the court- house. Nelson. Neb.. per recess of April 12.2010. Carman. Brown and Combs present for the meeting. The agendaof said meeting was remitted to board members in advance of the meeting and was posted in the county clerk's office and on the county website. Car-man 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 Carman approved the agenda and the April 12. 2010 minutes. A ttmnk you email was.remitted to the board from the Clay County super- visors regarding the meeting with the Nebraska Environmental Trust regard- mg concerns of Clay County on the use of public funding of perpetual ease- ments and land acquisitions. Nuckolls County had submitted a letter in sup- port of Clay County to the Nebraska Environmental Trust. County Clerk Kassebaum and County Treasurer Ensign req uested to have the board hear concerns regard- ing the current copier for the main offices of the courthouse. Kassebaum and Ensign have requested a quote from Eakes Copier of Hastings. Eakes has submitted a several payment op- tions on a MX-311N color copier with additional options of a finisher and a fax. The board suggested we chose leasing vs. purchasing out right Kassebaum will check with the other offices in the courthouse and other county offices to see if they would need the old copter. Kassebaum opened the sealed bids at 9:15 a.m. that were submitted for the computer surplus property that the county is selling by silent, sealed bids A motion was made by Carman and seconded by Brown to approve all bids as submitted. Carman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Gary Warren. assistant highway superintendent and Cindy Buescher. executive secretary met with the board here Memorial Day is May 31 Trump Memorials 1600 West "O" St. - Lincoln 476-1501 or 800-309:6471 Reduced prices on in-stock monuments, markers, benches, & vases Two Convement Locations Moon & Sun Monumenl 613 4th St. - Fairbury 729-2146 or 800-307-4342 Avandia , Avandamet and Avandaryl , drugs prescribed to patients with Type 2 diabetes, have been linked to heart attacks, strokes & congestive heart failure (CHF). To evaluate your potential claim, oall us now toll free at 1-800-THB-EAGLE for a free ommltation. 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Children's behavioral problems Youth mental health referrals Trained cour!selors available 24x7 I 1-88 6-866 ELPLINE to discuss the current activities of the county road department. Warren re- ported that the historical bridge, North side of Section 3, T4N-R5W (Hammond Precinct) has been re- moved; The county is putting in small driveway tubes per landowner request this Week; The county bridge located between Sections 16 & 21, T3N-R5W (Elk PrecinCt) is currently under con- struction; County Bridge BR 12705 on County Road 3800 and Q Rd is cur- rently in progress. The road employees are working on installing the Horizon- tal Curvature Signs in the county. Dis- cussion was held on the 8th Street ridgein Superior. A motion was made by Carman and seconded by Combs to enter into ex- ecutive session at 9:52 a.m. for person- nel reasons. Carman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. The three board mem- bers. Warren, Buescher and Kassebaum were 'all present for this session. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Carman to leave execu- tive session at 9:55 a.m. and enter into the re.gu!ar session of the board of commssmners. Carman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. MotiOn carried. Paul Buresh. Nelson met with the county board to request by the Ama- teur Radio Associati0n of Nebraska to have their old radio repeater be re- placed with their new repeater. The associations old radio repeater is cur- rently attached to the county's 911 tower and they have received a new radio repeater via Homeland Security Grant funds. The association would like to provide their own limber to replace their repeater. Buresh noted that Ham radios are used to aide in communications with local hospitals. and as weather spotters. The county board requires the Climber to be bonded and not to get in the way of any 911 signals. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Carman to approve the cost of $60 to the Bostwick Cemetery for each mowing with a maximum of five mowings for the 2010 season. Carman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Dan Swartzkoff of Krull Insurance Agency met With the board to present initial insurance quotes for the 2010- 2011 fiscal year tbr county employee medical and dental msurance. These initial quotes are for fully !nsured with partial self-funding insurance and for self funded insurance. Currently the county is a self-funded insurance plan. These quotes will be neg0fiated more once additional information is received. Chairman Carman recessed the regular meeting at 11:09 a.m. to enter into the board of equalization meeting. Chairman Carman reconvened the regular meeting at 11:16 a.m. per re- cess of the board of equalization meet- ing. Van Wehrman, county emergency manager met with the board to present the 'Local Disaster Declaration' for approval. 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