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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 21, 2015 Public Notices (Published May 21, 2015 in The Superior Express) Proceedings Proceedings of the April 28, 2015 Superior Development Corporation meeting held at the Chamber Office, Superior, Neb. Notice of the meeting was given in advance by posting in the Superior Chamber and Development Office, the Public Safety Building and website www.cityofsuperior.org which is the designated method of giving notice. The agenda of said meeting was remitted to board members in advance of the meeting and is posted at the Superior Chamber and Development office. The meeting was called to order by President Blum at 7:00 p.m. Blum noted that a copy of the open meetings act is posted at the Superior Chamber and Development office and handouts are available at this meeting. SDC approved by majority vote the consent agenda. Mike and Becky Gay were in atten- dance to discuss street costs associated with new housing deveiopement. SDC approved by majority vote to participate with Phase I of the Down- town Revitalization Grant. There were no committee reports. Other items of discussion were Ne- braska Rural Futures Internship, col- lege funding regarding skilled labor shortage, business lighting and career fair. Next meeting is scheduled for May 14, 2015 - noon at the Elks. President Blum adjourned the meet- ing at 8:10 p.m. ZNEZ 21-1c (Published May 21, 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 twelfth day of May, 2015, at 5 p.m. All trustees 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. USDA representatives were present for review of documentation and con- ditions necessary for award of a loan and grant on our sewer pond project. Motion to sign a letter of intent to meet conditions was approved by majority vote. Royce Schott of South Central Pub- lic Power was present to update the trustees on implications of our recent storm and its effects on our rates. No rate increase is anticipated because of the storm, but South Central is negoti- ating with NPPD on a contract renewal which may or may not have an effect on rates. Sjoholm had to leave the meeting. The minutes of the April 14, 2015 meeting were approved by majority vote. The April treasurer's report was approved by majority vote. The following claims were ap- proved for payment by majority vote. South Central Public Power 939.02, Sherry Mullins 22.50, Timothy Schmidt 600, Nebraska Rural Water 100, City of Superior 800, Baker and Sons 60, Superior Exterminating 148, Aurora Coop 549.84, Petro Plus 29.10, Sam Clark 138.89, Ace Hardware 22.99, Public Health Lab 15, Fort Dearborn 44.72, Superior Publishing 19.57, Superior Utilities 692.92, Fed- eral Deposit 372.84, Trustee Salary 150, Employee Salary 1,771. In other action, a contract with the City of Superior to extend ambulance services another year was approved by majority vote. Clark gave the delin- quent 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 21-1c (First published May 7, 2015 in The Superior Express) Notice of Organization Notice is hereby given that Hanson Automotive LLC, a Nebraska Limited Liability Company, is organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska, with its designated office at 1011 N Com- mercial Ave., 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 for which a Limited Li- ability Company may be organized under the laws of Nebraska, including but not limited to automotive repair, and for all other purposes authorized by law. The Limited Liability Com- pany was formed on April 23, 2015, and will continue perpetually. Its af- fairs shall be conducted by the mem- bers pursuant to an Operating Agree- ment duly adopted by the company. Member: Joby Hanson 1011 N Commercial Ave. Superior, NE 68978 Lance J. Johqson, 15089 Germer, Murray and Johnson Attorneys at Law PO Box 210 Bruning, Nebraska 68322 (402) 353-2665 ZNEZ 19-3c The Nuckolls County (Published May 21, 2015 in The Superior Express) Notice of Public Hearing Concerning the Issuance of Bonds on Behalf of the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society Notice is hereby given that the Ne- braska Investment Finance Authority ("NIFA") will conduct a public hear- ing concerning the approval of the pro- posed plan of finance that includes the issuance by the Colorado Health Fa- cilities Authority (the "Colorado Au- thority") of its Health Facilities Rev- enue Bonds (The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society Project) Se- ries 20!5 (the "Bonds") on behalf of The Evangelical Lutheran Good Sa- maritan Society (the "Society"). Under this plan of finance, the Bonds will be issued in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed ap- proximately $300,000,000. A portion of Bond proceeds in an amount not to exceed approximately $25,990,000 will be used (a) to refund that portion of the Colorado Authority's, Health Facilities Revenue Bonds (The Evan- gelical Lutheran Good Samaritan So- ciety Project), Series 2005, issued on behalf of the Society, which were used for the acquisition, construction, im- provement and equipping of certain facilities at Good Samaritan Society-- Alliance, 1016 E. 6th St., Alliance, NE 69301-0970; Good Samaritan Soci- ety--Elkhorn Valley Villa, 150 and 180 Poppe Dr. Scribner, NE 68057- 0000; and Good Samaritan Society-- Superior, 1710 Idaho St., Superior, NE 68978-9576; (b) to refund that portion of the Colorado Authority's, Health Facilities Revenue Bonds (The Evan- gelical Lutheran Good Samaritan So- ciety Project), Series 2006, issued on behalf of the Society, which were used for the acquisition, construction, im- provement and equipping of certain facilities at Good Samaritan Society-- Prairie View Gardens, 1705 Prairie View Pl., Keamey, NE 68845, Good Samaritan Society--St. John's, 3410 Central Ave, Keamey, NE 68847 and Good Samaritan Society--St. Luke's, 2201 E. 32nd St, Kearney, NE 68847; (c) to refund that portion of the Colo- rado Authority's, Health Facilities Revenue Bonds (The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society Project), Series 2009B, issued on be- half of the Society, which were used for the acquisition, construction, im- provement and equipping of certain facilities at Good Samaritan Society-- Albion, 1222 S Seventh St, Albion NE 68620-0271; Good Samaritan Soci- ety--Arapahoe, 601 Main St, Arapa- hoe, NE 68922-0448 and Good Sa- maritan Society--Grand Island Vil- lage, 4075 Timberline St, Grand Is- land, NE 68803-6553, owned and op- erated by the Society and (d) for the acquisition, construction, improvement and equipping of certain facilities at Good Samaritan Society Grand Is- lead .Village 4075 Timberline St., Grand Island, NE 68803-6553 (the "project"). The remainder of the pro- ceeds of the Bonds will be used to (i) finance and refinance the cost of the acquisition, construction, improvement and equipping of certain skilled nurs- ing facility and other health care and senior living facility improvements of the Society in various locations out- side of the State of Nebraska, (ii) re- fund certain outstanding bonds of the Society which fmanced capital projects outside of the State of Nebraska, (iii) establish a reserve fund for the Bonds, and (iv) pay certain costs of issuing the Bonds. The Bonds will constitute special limited obligations of the Colorado Authority payable solely from amounts received by the Colorado Authority pursuant to a loan agreement between the Colorado Authority and the Soci- ety, the principal user of the Project. NIFA will not issue the Bonds, nor will NIFA or the State of Nebraska have any liability with respect to the Bonds or the sale or offering thereof. All interested parties are invited to present comments at the public hear- ing regarding the issuance of the Bonds, the plan of finance and the use of the proceeds thereof. Written comments to be presented at the hearing may be submitted to the Nebraska Investment Finance Authority at 1230 'O' Street, Suite 200 Commerce Court, Lincoln, NE 68508 prior to the hearing date of June 4, 2015. The public hearing will be held at 9:30 a.m. on June 4,2015, in the Board Room of the Nebraska In- vestment Finance Authority, located at 1230 'O' Street, 200 Commerce Court, Lincoln, NE 68508, ZNEZ 21- lc  (Published May 21, 2015 in : The Superior Express) Proceedings A meeting of the mayor and council of Superior, Nebraska was convened in open and public session on the l ! day of May, 2015 in the conference room of the city-utility building at 7:30 p.m. Present were council members Lemke, Fox, Disney, Peterson, Jensby. Absent: Foote. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by post- ing in the city clerk' s office, Municipal Library and Public Safety Building, the designated method of giving no- tice. Availability of the proceedings 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 I. Notice of Open Meetings Act 2. Roll Call 3. Oral Communications - Recogni- tion of Visitors II Unfinished Business None. III Public Hearing(s) As the gentleman who was to con- duct the public hearing was not present at 7:30, a motion was made by Peterson and seconded by Fox to proceed with the agenda until the gentleman arrived. Yea: Peterson, Jensby, Disney, Lemke, Fox. Nay: None. = Absent: Foote. . 7:0 p.m, _ ow,i/iiza- tion Grant Application - Dere C4ark. As the gentleman was now present, Mayor Schmidt opened the public hear- ing at 7:43 p.m. Derek Clark intro- duced Charlie Wallace from SCEDD who then discussed the Downtown Re- Courthouse r 7,;7u'= 7.; 7Zt7007.0000007.7 z;Z,, 3 type of real estate (cropland, pasture, homes, will be closed I acreages, businesses) give me a call! I I Monday, May 25 : BALE 00OVA.DA : I Home: 402-225-3443 (Nelson) Cell: 402-461-6825 I 1,, in observance of Memorial Day I Nebraska Real Estate Salesman, licensed under I' -- | Mikkeisen Real Estate & Auction LLC I I We do more than just list your property. We get it SOL D! t. : I PUBLIC NOTICE = NEW WEBSITE: www.mikkelsenauctions.oom l REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS -----------------------" The City of Superior, Nebraska is requesting qualifications for professional services for the development of a new Comprehensive Solid Waste Management and Action Plan to provide the City of Superior with a viable and long-term option of solid waste management within the Community. The City was awarded Community Development Block Grant funds through the Nebraska Department of Economic Development to fund a portion of the project. For evaluation criteria and proposal components, please see contact information below. Five hard copies and one digital copy (.pdf) of the proposal must be submitted 4:30 pm on Thursday May 21, 2015. Proposals received after the deadline will be rejected. Proposals should be directed to: Derek Clark, Dept of Planning and Zoning City of Superior, 135 W 4 th Street, Superior, NE 68978 Any questions concerning this RFQ or requests for additional information or copies of existing plans should be directed to Derek Clark at (402) 879-4713 or dclark@cityofsuperior.net. The City encourages woman-owned and minority-owned businesses to respond. 2015 vitalization grant application with the council and public. Hearing closed at 7:52 p.m. IV Consent Agenda* 1. Approve May Utility Claims 2. Accept April Utility Treasurer' s Re- port 3. Approve Minutes from April 27, 2015 Meeting 4. Approve May City Claims 5. Accept April City Treasurer's Re- port Council by majority vote approved the consent agenda. V Regular Agenda Utilities Section: 1. Council approved Brittenham's re- quest to allow an extension on a shut- off on one customer. 2. Council discussed water curtailment ordinance and directed Britten-ham to bring ordinance back to council for further review. 3. Council approved offering WWTP pickup to park department for $1. City Section: 1. Kelly Gewecke with the Dept. of Economic Development was present to award the City of Superior as a Leadership Community, the sixth in the State of Nebraska. 2. Council heard complaints from Floyd Rothfuss on property in south Superior. 3. Council approved closing Marvin Street between Sixth and Seventh as requested by Gale Mikkelsen for a sale on June 19 and 20. '4. Council directed city staff to inves- tigate spreading out payments for Sun- rise Street for a longer period of time. 5. Cindy Nielsen was present to ex- press her dissatisfaction with cleanup of her property. 6. Council by majority vote approved the increased swimming pool rates on the recommendation of the park beard. Council also approved the park board' s recommendation for lifeguard salary schedule, adding to keep everyone under 80 hours per pay period. 7. Council by majority vote approved Resolution 2015-20 authorizing chief elected official to sign application for CDBG Funds. 8. Council by majority vote adopted Statement of Assurances and Certifi- cations. 9. Council by majority vote approved JEO Consulting Group claim for $5,800.00 for the Utility Plan. l 0. Council by majority vote approved Draw 6 for CDBG funds for $3,236.40 for Utility Study. 11. Council by majority vote resched- uled May 25 meeting to May 26. 12. No travel requests. 13. Various committee reports were given. Meeting adjourned. Sonia K. Schmidt, Mayor ATTEST: Jan Diehl, City Clerk May Utility Claims Kansas Payment Center, 233.15; Alex- ander Motors, 1,619.62; Aurora Co- OR 89.I .13r127.30;C..!9..by,4af . Comece, 1,0"853"; City bStili'ior, 18,540.57; Cunningham Sandblasting, and Painting, 32,529.00; Dutton Lain- son, 132.80; Glenwood Telecommu- nications, 473.60; Ideal Market, 20.68; Ideal Market, 79.57; Kenny's Lumber and Farm Center, 322.88; Nebraska Rural Water Assn, t50.00; One Call Concepts, 57.00;Paramount Linen and Uniform, 225.90; Petro Plus, 1,140.64; Shopko Stores, 91.53; Superior Ace Hardware, 498.81; Superior iNET, 109.96; Superior Motor Parts, 36.43; Superior Outdoor Power, 62.84; Supe- rior Publishing, 787.63; Superior Utili- ties, 5,157.22; Windstream, 936.53; Post Office, 282.75; Michael Bates, 160.77; Grant Snyder, 100.00; Post Office, 17.95; Energy Pioneer Solu- tions, 2,241.78; A and K Sewer Clean- ing and Plmb, 644.75; City of Supe- rior, 2,563.60; John Druba, 115.00: Mon00a;i00l00a00 25 ,R Fmmllelm and Merchants Central National Bank Bank Superior and Lawrence, Neb. Superior, Neb. ' 00BAN, Horizon Bank Commercial Bank Superior, Neb. k,  Nelson, Neb. " Home Federal TM Savings and Loan of Nebraska ....   Superior Neb  MEMBER FDIC i in the surrounding area will be required to serve clients as needed. If this job interests you, go to www.regionalhealth.com for more information and apply online. We offer excellent benefits and competitive pay. It's a great place to work and beautiful place to live! Spearfish Regional Hospital 1440 North Main, Spearfish, SD 57783 Phone: (60S) 644-4086; fax (60S) 644-408g Equal Opportunity Employer 89.02+ ACRES Properly Address: Norlh 121tl Road and 'H' Road, Unadilla, NE First Bankcard, 352.56; Holiday Innl 566.40; NPPD,103,033.73; Quality Red D Mix, 217.26; Salaries, 18,961.35. May City Claims Capital Bank and Trust, 962.25; Crop Production Services, 495.00; Don Fintel, 600.00; Energized Electric, 167.12; Gall's/Quartermaster, 23.96; Harold's Auto Service, 359.00; I 4 Detail, 136.18; John V Hedge, Attor- ney, 1,292.50; Kenny's Lumber and Farm Center, 326.84; Kile Veterinary, 200.00; MathesonTri-Gas, 82.00; Mid- land Area Agency, 1,266.67; Nu Co Sheriffs Office, 550.00; Oregon Trail Equipment, 9.19; Paramount Linen and Uniform, 55.85; Petro Plus, 1,721.10; Quality Red D Mix, 93.00; Superior Ace Hardware, 847.38; Superior Pub- lishing, 582.07; Superior Utilities, 3,870.83; Superior Utilities, 3,000.00; Superior Utilities, 2,000.00; Superior Utilities, 352.22; Timothy Schmidt, 150.00; Windstream, 374.20; Housing Development Corp., 1,490.00; Wood- ward's Disposal, 751.16; Returned Check, 8.10; Lord Abbott, 1,134.25; City of Superior, 3,000.00; JEO Con- sulting Group, 5,800.00; B-Green Lawn Care, 150.00; City of Superior Grant Acct, 5,562.50; Jan Diehl, Petty Cash, 200.00; Mutual of Omaha, 245.03; Standard Insurance, 372.12; United Healthcare Ins., 15,288.16; Verizon Wireless, 192.68; Superior Outdoor Power, 3,044.04; City of Su- perior, 2,608.68; City of Superior Sales Tax Acct, 4,166.67; Superior Devel- opment Corp., 6,250.00; Nebraska Child Support Pymt Center, 1 7 3.0 8 ; US Dept. of Education, 83.88; Aurora Co-op Elevator, 353.76; Baker and Sons Disposal, 190.00; Brodstone Hospital, 21.00; CPI Cooperative Pro- ducers, 639.25; Deweese Sand and Gravel, 10,081.74; First National Bank, 345.74; Glenwood Telecommunica- tions, 137.50; John Druba 100.00; Shopko, 56.81 ;Superior Motor Parts, 17.99; Superior Outdoor Power, 24.15; Superior Publishing, 31.68; Superior Utilities, 928.97; B-Green Lawn Care, 417.15; Baker and Taylor, Inc., 241.78; Center Point Large Print, 169.56; DEMCO, 254.99; Daves Lawn Care, 70.00; Energized Electric, 172.37; Glenwood Telecommunications, l 1.99; Ideal Market, 12.22; Kenney's Lumber and Farms Center, 18.18; Mi- cro Marketing, LLC,116.98; Shopko Stores, 126.70; Superior Ace Hard- ware, 17.48; Superior Exterminating, 48.00; Salaries 12,439.62. 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 2 l- l c (First Published May 21, 2015 in The Superior Express) Accepting Bids for Skid Steer Purchase The City of Superior is accepting bids for a small skid steer protected by a manufacturer's municipal assistance program.qhe='skfd ;steer machine should be a wheelbase shorter than 3 1/2 feet, have a turning radius, with bucket, inside of seven feet, be capable of lifting 2,500 pounds, no heavier than 6,000 pounds, equipped, and come equipped with a falling object protec- tive structure. The cab should have an adjustable suspension seat, seat belt, functional windows, and heating and air conditioning. The machine should accept the current city-owned pave- ment breaker. The municipal assistance program should be an annual trade-in program, where the original machine is purchased by the city and city has the option to keep the machine or annually trade it in, staying under warranty. Bids are due 4:00 p.m., June 19, 2015. Please contact the City offices at (402) 879-4711 for a complete de- scription of specifications. ZNEZ 21-4c (Published May 21, 2015 in The Superior Express) Notice To Airport Consultants The Superior Airport Authority is - hereby soliciting statements of qualifi- , cations and experience from qualified ," consultants for airfield development projects at Superior Municipal Air- port. Subject to future receipt of Fed- , eral funding under the FAA Airport Improvement Program (AIP), these projects may include the following: 1. REILS for runway 14/32 2. PAPIS for runway 14/32 3. New Beacon 4. Partial Parrailel Taxiway 5. AWOS III The required services include, but are not limited to; engineering services for preliminary, design, bidding and construction phases and incidental spe- cial services including geotechnical and surveying. A qualification based se- lection process conforming to FAA , Advisory Circular 150/5100-14d will , be utilized to select the most qualified firm. Fee information will not be con- , sidered in the selection process and ; must not be submitted with the state- -; ment of qualifications. Selection crite- ., rid will include: Recent experience in airport ,; projects. , Capabilitiy to perform all aspects of project. Abilitiy to meet schedules within budget. Knowledge of FAA AIPdesign and construction standards. .: Experience with FAA AGIS sur- L' veys. . Quality of previous airport projects : undertaken. Personnel experience and qualifi- . cations. Fees will be negotiated for projects as federal funds become available. Pro- spective consultants are advised that applied overhead rates must conform ;, to the cost principals established within Federal Regulation 48 CFR Part 31, Contract Cost Principles and Proce- dures. The successful firm will be re- quired to submit a copy of their current ! overhead rate audit certification. :. The contract is subject all appli- cable Federal Provisions that include: ! Title VI of the Civil Rights Acts of :: 1964. .... Section 520 of the Airport and Air- : way Improvement Act of 1982. DOT Regulation 2 CFR Part 180 and 1200 - Government-wide Debar- ment and Suspension. : DOT Regulation 49 CFR Part 1 18.360) - Access to Records. DOT Regulation 49 CFR Part 20 - Lobbying and Influencing Federal Employees. DOT Regulation 49 CFR Part 26 - !. Disadvantage Business Enterprises . Participation. DOT Regulation 49 CFR Part 30 - Federal Trade Restriction Clause, ,. Interested firms must submit three ., copies of their statement of qualifica- tions and_elfien_ce to the_ foiio____wjng . _ address, no later than June 20, 20,15,. ,. ,.', Please mail to: Dr. Lance Teach'worth, " Chairman, Superior Airport Author- ity, 1109 Louden Street, Superior, NE ,2 68978. Phone: 402-879-4583. ZNEZ 21-2c (First published May 7, 2015 ? in The Superior Express) " Notice ' In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska " Estate of Carolyn L. Sumpter, De- ceased Estate No. 13-38 Notice is hereby given that a final account and report of administration ' and a petition for complete settlement, probate of Will, determination of heirs and determination of inheritance tax have been filed and are set for hearing " in the County Court of Nuckolls (Continued to Page 7) Superior Construction & Design General Contracting, Concrete Foundation, Water Proofing, Roofing, Remodeling, Painting Interior-Exterior, Landscaping, Fencing, Bathrooms Dry Wall (Windows and Doors), Framing, Commercial and Residential Construction t / Where a Handshake Insured Registered Contractor ' Means Something No job too big, No job too small Give us a call 171 S. Central Avenue ' ---: , Superior, NE 68978 402-80000J941 . ATTENTION EMPLOYERS: When you place a recruitment ad in this newspaper, you qualify for a FREE job posting on NEHires.com, an employment job site owned and operated by Nebraska's newspapers. 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