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i • • . Jur., 47 291o, THE SUP ': ~ Ebsco, 375•38; Employee Ben'efit ..... '"'"" '" ...... :;;'~;':'t"''~'i';~a~'~d[i~'~l'it;t;''!`~!i;j''i'r';q't~:~'~'';' .... ' '"'""~:"" "ihg• She ,s preceded in death by hit(' . : . , , .. ............. : ........ r: ..'=;~.= .,~;~4.-.',.:;:., 't~¢ ,~ Department or rmnnmg g , ~uan¢. ana.t~ons were teacners m . , ..... . . • ...... • ,. ,. .....•, , ft~L, i: •Public Notices Fund, 38,000.00; Ruth Epley, 108.64; by phone at 879-4713 or email at Deshler.fi~om 1960to 1967 and chose parents, Florence and Leo Weichman, SupenorChurchofChnstw,thPastor statlons m the Lawrence are, su~bmff- _ ESU#9,102,951.29;ExecutiveCopier, dclark@cityofsuperior.net, to move to Crete, II1. He taught at the and an infant brother, Stanley. Survi- Jim Stark officiating. Burial was in ted reportsranging from ahigh of 2.75' 476.91; Flex One, 126.00; Rhonda Derek E. Clark Crete-Monee School District 201-U vorsinclude her daughter, Destiny, of Spring Creek Cemetery near Ruskin. inches to a low of 2.13. The two • (ContlnuedfromPageaA) Freeman, 37.92. Director of Planning and Zoninguntil 1995. Retirement permitted them _ Nelson; two brothers, Richard The Megrue-Price Funeral Home was Deweese area stations reported 1.82 Schnakenberg, Isom. City Rep. Ward. Good Samaritan Society, 25.00; ' 24-1c' to move to Belvidere, II1., pursuing Weichman, Roseland, and Doug in charge of arrangementS, and 2.42 inches. The two Nelson sta-, A complete text of the minutes are Grand Island Physical Therapy," --~~ with avid enthusiasm their interest in Weichman, Clay Center, Neb.; and tions wereequal withabout 1.5inches. available for public inspection at the 2,635.50; Harding & Shultz, P.C., (Published June 17,,2010 ......... antiques.They att¢oded antique shows three sisters, Mrs. John Mathis (Jean), Joyce Jones A station 8.4 miles northwest of Supe- rior reported 1.4i inches but 6.~ miles" ~ ~ Superior Development and Chamber 2,072.02;PaulineHarms, 120.00;Har- inThe SulSeriorExpress) throughout the Midwest, collecting and Atkinson, Susan Weichman,Juniata, Joyce Ann Jones, 71,theonlychild northeast of Superior the report was office during regular working hours, ris,578.77; HireRight Solutions,79.00; NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING selling with the business name D&D and Mrs. Carroll Sole (Sharon),Nelson. of Glen and Alma (Weight) Luke, was only 0.39 inches. A station southeast Douglas L. Hoins, 74.41; Pamela Notice is hereby given that a public Antiques. Her funeral will be held at 2 p.m. bornonDec. 28, 1938, atEureka, Kan. of Edgar reported 0.88 inches, thesta- - - 24-1c Hollingshead,20.16;HMReceivables, ' hearing will be held on Thursday, July He is survived by his wife, Doris, today (Thursday) at Klawitter-Price She died Sunday at Bryan LGH East in tion 7.7 miles southeast ofGuide Rock (Published June 17, 2010 in 319.00; Ideal Market, 89.88; John 1,2010 at 6:30 p.m. in theconference their two children, Mark and Carla. Funeral Home Chapel, Nelson, The Lincoln, Neb reported 0.86. Oak area reports raaged The Superior Express)Druba, 250.00; Ed Johnson, 350.00;room at the City Utility Building, 135 Mark and Renee (Rytlewski) have a Rev. Dr. Stephen Berry will officiate. She attended school in Eureka. She from 0.84 to 0.57, Nora had 0.63~ Nuckolls County School Junior Library Guild, 2,176.20; J.W. W, 4th Str.eet,,~Superio~, Neb~ by4he,~ daught~,,,Rachel,~who will be a high District 65-0011 Pepper&Son,70.99;LakeshoreLeam-Superior City Planning Commission .... school freshman next year, and a son -/I~hlL1LI" HIc~m[ll~l. married John R. Jones in 1962. They Hardy, 0.72 to 0.64. Davenport .050 divorced and he died in 2009. She and Ruskin 0.25 Superior Public Schools ing Materials, 108.85; LEA Account, on the following cases: ........ Erich ,a.seventh grader. The family Arthur Eugene Hickman, 76, the' married Ray Phillips in 2001. Joyce Sunday the stations rangedfrom a Superior, Nebraska 215.00; McGraw-Hill Companies, l. On an..application, for, a condi,.o resides in Arlington Heights, Ill. Mike son of Glen and Eunice (Gibson) enjoyed reading and soap operas. ,,, i June 14, 2010 140.11; MCI, 32.98; Mikkelsen Farm tional use permit for a proposed at Kotowsky married Carla and they have Hickman, was born on March 3, 1934, She was preceded in death by her low of .09 to a high of 0.47. A regular meeting of the Board of and Lumber, 84.99; Elaine Miller, home occupation located in the LDR one son, Kenneth, a fifth grader, two at Hartman, Colo. He died Sunday at parents; two sons, Tommy and Roy; Monday 19 stations in Nuckolls Education of School District 65-0011 115.67; Moore Music, 85.00; Bill (LowDensityResidential)District.The daughters, Samantha, fifth grade, and Brodstone Memorial Hospital in Su- one daughter, Ritchie; and her hus- County reported, amountsrangingfrom was called to order at 7:31 p.m. inthe Mumford, 52.16; NAEA District 8, proposed at home occupation will be a Nichole, third grade. Kenny and perior. Art attended school in Cole- band, Ray, in2004. Survivors include alowof0.10nearHardyto2.7,6inches SuperiorHighSchoolLibrarybyPresi- 155.00; Nasco, 140.91; Nebraska bait shop located at 156 S. Converse Sammy are twins. The Kotowsky fam- rado.In 1971, he moved to Superior. In her daughter, Mrs• Joel Perez 8.4 miles northwest of Superior. All dent Corman. Notice of the meeting Council of School Ad~ministrators, Street and is legally described as Lots ily resides in Park Ridge, Ill. 1972 he married ~ (Chawntel) of Superior; two grand: but three of the stations reported more was given in advance through the Su- 160.00; Nebraska-Central Equipment, 5 through 8, Block 1,Wilson Addition, Cremationrites havebeen accorded. Georgia Rae Sykes. 1 children,Mrs. Robert Price(Christina) than an inch of precipitation. parlor Express. Board members were 92.59;NebraskaSafety Center,450.00; Superior, Neb. (Applicant and Owner: The wake will be in Kearney on June Art owned and / and Kota Perez; one great-grandchild, The reports included the station 1.5 notified in advance of the meeting. Omaha Truck Center, 310.62; Omaha James Wheeler.) 26,in the RiverBirch Room at Harmon operated a shoe re- [ Kalli-Mae Price; sisters, Nina Will- miles north of Nora, 2.65 inches; Oak, Members present: Corman, Kile, World-Herald, 575.44; OrientalTrad- 2.Onanapplicationtorezoneprop-Park from 2 to 9 p.m. pair store and also I 1~ iams, GlendaLuke,BettyBrumleyand 2.60; 3.9 miles west southwest ofDav- Miller, Ostdiek, Renz, Tordrup. ing, 429.85; Pamida, 29.97; PBS Dis- erty in east Superior from GC, (Gen- - - did construction I ~ ~ Susie enport, 2.51; Nelson, 2.39; 3.1 miles Absent:None. tribution. 134.86. Motion by Tordrup to approve the Perma-Bound, 212.67; Petro Plus, eral(Medium DensityResidential)DistrictC°mmercial District) tO MDR, ~Jolene,~:,=,,...Welchmanw,, ; .hman'~f~ the automobileW°rk" and WaSsales.an [ ; ;~|~,.~ Services are pending at this time. northwest of Oak, 1.77; 3.2 miles west man. He enjoyed i:" :: ~ milessoutheastofEdgar, l.5;7.7miles agenda as presented. Second by 3,500.82; Pioneer Publishing, 92.89; to allow for the use of a structure for dau 'l terofl eo and F]orenc'e V'inl ier of Deweese, 1.76; Nelson, 1.67; 1.9 Ostdiek. Roll call: Kile-aye, Miller- Plains States Region Anti-Defamation residentia[ purposes The property is ..... ,g ..... ............. ,~ ,n~- time wrth family :~ i. k. ~" ~ Republlcan runs full southeast of Guide Rock, I.=t4; 6.5 ........ ~" ..... II " •' welcnman,wasoornun Ju-~ ~v, =~-,~, .... ,o ~ aye, Ostdiek-aye, Renz-aye, Tordrup- League, 781.00; Postmaster, 220.00; ,ocateo at323 1~..~roat. ano,s,ega y ;loAt:~Ison~ha~iedSit~rdnaYutpBr?d_ andfriends,-fishing, i~.~.?S ; %_ ........ ;L~ miles northeast of Superior, 1.37; 4.8 aye, Corman-aye--6-0-0Motion Protex Central, 34.20; Really Good describedasLot4andtheNorthhalfof (Continued from Page 1A) , miles so'atheast of Deweese, 1.26; carried. Stuff, 528.62; S & S Worldwide, Lot5, Block 31, East Superior Subdi- , ..... . ..... • camping, playingcards, tinkering with Motion by Miller to approve the 379.09; School Specialty, 1,073.75; vision, Superior, Nel~.Thepr0perty is ' SheJ°=tt:edw~s~:t~°~se~e:dCmsTl~ooi automobiles, listening tocountry mu- Outflow was virtuallyuntiI. The lake s Lawrence 1.19; 3.4 miles.west of sic and watching old western movies, conservation pool was considered to Ruskin, 1.18; 3.5 miles northeast of consent agenda. Second by Renz. Roll Scott TV & Appliance, 1,028.00; Su- more generally located On the south ...... " anagraouateotrom He was preceded in death by his be about two-third's full. Lawrence, 1.05;Lawrence, 1.03; south- call: Miller-aye, Ostdiek-aye, Renz- perior Ace Hardware, 11.34; Superior east corneeofBloom and 3rd St. (Ap- were Holt l-li~h parents; and infant brother, Melvin; WacondaLake sconservationpooleast of Lawrence 0.94; 3 miles north- aye, Tordrup-aye, Corman-aye, Kile- Activity Account, 20.03; SuperiorEx- plicanv Betty Wendeln)• ~•~,~-,I-~-h,~ w--a~'~ brothers, Donald and Virgil; and one was 94.3 percent full. Inflow was a west of Hardy 0.18; and 4.3 mileseast aye--6-0-0---Motion carried, terminating, 60.00; Superior Imple- 3. On an application for a condi- "~"'" _"~" _-'_'L.L'..-.L.'~ • . 20-y~a1111~;IIII3E;I U/ sister, Ruth Dunn. whopping 3,730.2 c.f.s, and outflow of Hardy, 0.10. Motion by Renz to approve May ment, 48.37; Superior Motor Parts, t~onal use permit toallow amonument ...... claims in the amount of $518,368.55. 72.05; Superior Outdoor Power Cen- s~gn to be located m' the MDR, (Me- ~t.~h, Josepnt~h,rPhS t:atno-ln Survivors include his wife, Georgia into the Solomon River 700 c.f.s. Saturday morning reports submit- Second by Tordrup. Roll call: Ostdiek- ter, 42.84; Superior Pharmacy, 3.38; diumDensityResidential)District.The Atkinson"'S"he w~ and a daughter, Abby Hickman, both WebsterReservior'sfloodpoolwas ted by Webster county stations reports of Superior; daughters,Mrs. Robert 1.6 percent full. Inflow was matching ranged from 2.28 inches4.3 mileseast aye, Renz-aye, Tordrup-aye, Corman- Superior Publishing, 140.81; Superior proposed sign will be locat on the • ", • ~1 rewousw am- Galvan (Sammi), Alamogordo. N.M.. outflow into the South Fork of the of Red Cloudto 3.90 inches 1.7 miles Utilities, 6,324.10: Superior Water northeast corner of Idaho and ilth P aye, Kile-aye, Miller-aye 6-0-0-- ployedat the nurs- Susan Hickman. Shirley Razey and Solomon River at 75 c.f.s, southeastofBladen. Sunday the maxi- kr Motion Carried. Gary Allen, BD Construction, was present to go over the building project. The rain has brought the process to a stand-still. Things have progressed nicely and there are some changes that are being considered. One of the changes is a new power source for the new building. The hope is the engineer will sign often the change. It will save the district about $20,000. Motion by Corman to approve Policy 5131.7--Dating Violence on second reading. Second by Renz. Roll call: Renz-aye, Tordrup-aye, Corman- aye, Kile-aye, Miller-aye, Ostdiek- aye--6-0-0--Motion carried. Motion by Tordrup to declare the 2001 Chevrolet Ext sport van excess equipment and the van sold. Second by Renz. Roll call: Tordrup-aye, Corman-aye, Kile-aye, Miller-aye, Ostdiek-aye, Renz-aye--6-0-0--Mo- tion carried. Motion by Renz to approve a 1.5 percent base salary increase for the elementary principal. Second by Tordrup. Roll call: Corman-aye, Kile- aye, Miller-aye, Ostdiek-aye, Renz- aye, Tordrup-aye--6-0-0--Motion carried..=~ ......... ~ . Motio.n by Ostdiek tO approve a 1.5 percent base salary increase for the high school principal. Second by Miller. Roll call: Kile-aye, Miller- aye, Ostdiek-aye, Renz-aye, Tordrup- aye, Corman-aye--6-0-0--Motion carried. No action on Item I. No action on Item J. Item K was first reading of Policy 4500-Milk Expression. Item L was first reading of Policy 5101 -Compulsory Attendance and Ex- cessive Absenteeism. Item M was discussion and review of Policy 9122--Organization of the Board of Education. Item N was discussion and review of Policy 132 l--Complaints, Charges or Challenges Concerning Superior Public School District Personnel. No principals' report. Superintendent report was an up- date on vacation and sick leave. NRCSA meeting on June 15 and 16. Budget forms are,available July I. School Finance Workshop July 21 in Kearney for interested board mem- bers• Negotiations committee has met with the teachers twice. The group is within $175 and they have another meeting Wednesday. The group has settled on two of three items. Items for next meeting: Elemen- tary Handbook, High School Hand- book, Parental Involvement Hearing and Policy Review, Student Fee Hear- ing and Policy Review, ESU contracts, revised graduation policy. Adjournment at 8:30 by President Corman. Charles Isom, Board Clerk Payable To, Amount: Alexander Motors, 44.97; Amazon, 304.19; American Red Cross, 62.10; AS Central Services, 226.95; Ask Sup- ply, 206.94; David Barnard, 50.00; Betka Plumbing, 80.13; B-Green Lawn Care, 1,350.00; Marjorie Blair, 650.00; Bouwens Buggies, 550•00; Brody Chemical, 5,791•09; Brodstone Me- morial Hospital, 250.00; Cardiac Sci- ence, 1,200.41; Carson-Dellosa Pub- lishing, 72.40; Teresa Christensen, 184.08; City Creek Press, 51.87; Com- puter Solutions, 6,753.19; Country Cor- ner, 123.05; Dietze Music, 126.65; ! ....... Bookkeeping and 454 N, Bloom Street P,O, Box 424 Superior, Neb. 68978,402-879-4764 mrbkkeeping @ hotmail.com Marilyn Peterson ~t Conditioning, 65.00: Teacher Direct• 27.92; Teacher's Discovery, 74.40: Thomsen Oil, 82.11: Upstart. 83.70: U.S. Bank, 808.88: US Postal Service• 506.60; U.S. Toy Co.. 169.34: Verizon Wireless, 110.92: William V. Macgill & Co., 31.41; Windstream Nebraska. 154.49. 24- I c (Published June 17.2010. in The Superior Express) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that public hearings will be held on Monday, June 28, 2010, in the conference room of the City Uti lity Building, 135 W. 4th Street• Superior, Neb., by the Superior City Council on the following cases at the following times: 1. Public Hearing at 7:45 p.m. An amendment to the Superior Zoning Ordinance 1073. Section 7.14 Keep- ing of Animals and subseq uent district regulations. The proposed amendment will make the keeping of domestic and farm animals within the Superior Zon- ing Jurisdiction either a permitted or conditional use within certain zoning districts and in compliance with cer- tain restrictions. ICase No. PC-ZA10/ 01) All persons interested in the afore- mentioned case will be heard at the public hearing. If you have any ques- hens, concerns, or comments poor to the public hearing, please contact the Street. The property is le~gally d~scri, bed asLot3, Block6, HuntersFirstAddiY" inghome, MidNe- Sherry Scofield: and a son. Lloyd CedarBluff'sconservation pool was mumprecipitationreportedinWebster braska Individual Martinson, all ofLamar, Colo.; asister less than 60 percent full and inflow as County was 0•22. tion. Superior, Nab. (Applicant: Bred- Services, and she Mrs. Lawrene Herman (Betty), Dodge only 25 c.f.s. Monday most Webster County sta- stone Memorial Hospital). All persons interested in the afore- ' provided foster care for 15 years, in City;grandsons.JohnO'Rourke,James In south central Kansas. Cheney tions reported less than an inch. One mentioned cases will be heard at the which 40 lives were touched. Jolene O'Rourke.JeffHickman, BenBruning Reservoir's flood pool was 28•8 per- near Lawrence reported 1.77 inches was blessed with a daughter• Destiny. and Phillip Bruning; one granddaugh- cent full. and one near Red Cloud reported 0•44• public hearing. If you have any ques- tions or comments regarding the pro- Throughout her lifetime she lived ter. Gracee Galvan; and other grand- The NeRain report for Nuckolls Monday and Tuesday were dry but posed rezoning, please contact the' in Atkinson, Norfolk, Jumata and children and great-grandchildren. County shows awidevariationinrain- possibility of isolated thunderstorms DepartmentofPlanning and Zoning at Nelson.Sheenjoyedcampingandfish- HisfuneralwasheldTuesdayatthe fall amounts. On Saturday the four returned tothe forecast Wednesday. ,... I (402) 879,471"3 ....... 24-•1C" WATER QUALITY REPORT II @ Duane Renz Duane Renz, 71, died at St. An- thony Hos'ptt a't, Rockf~d;Itt.,'ton 3un-" day after a battle with MDS ahd'respi-'" ratt3ry di11%'ul~. " " " ~" .... He was born July 24.1938. the son • of Ludwig and Clara Renz. farmers in the Byron area. He is survived by a brother, Loren Renz, Superior• He was preceded in death by a sister. Ethel Kuhlman. He attended Nebraska schools and was a graduate from Deshler High School in 1956. He attended Nebraska State College in Kearney where he met and man,ed Doris Struss from Juniata. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Aug. 30, 2009. 348 N. Central HeatthMart PHARMACY Ave.,Superior, Neb., 68978 • 402-879-4234 Open a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday Open Thursday evening to 7:30 p.m, Providing Pharmaceutical Care to our Community Lane Hawley, Pharrn. D. and Stacy $0uerdyke, Pharm. D. Hours: Monday, - Friday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5:30 p.m, Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon e 341 N. Central, Superior, Neb. • 402-879-3501 Dr. Joseph FisCher, DDS office located.at- " " ...... , ' Superior Family Me°diba-qt bKt ..... 1050 Washington, Superior, Neb. 402-879-1355 Providing the latest dental techniques using state of the art equipment Emergency and new patients welcome!. , ,. Dr. Joseph, Andrea, Laurel and Alex Fischer 785-527-5602 • www.jose~hfis(~tiei~dds.cOm ......... ~1 • City of Superior Annual Water Quality Report For the period of January 1 to December 31, 2009• This report is intended to provide you with important intbrmation about your drinking water andthe efforts made by the City of Superior water system to provide sate drinking water. For more information regarding this report,.contact: ~BRADLEY ERICKSON at 402-879-3415. If you would like to observe the decision-making processes that affect drinking water quality, please attend the regularly scheduled meeting of the Village Board-'City Council. If you would li~e to pa~icipate in the process, please contact the Village-City Clerk to arrange to be placed on the agenda of the meeting of the Village B ozt~rj~City Council. l ste informe contiene informacion muy importante sobre el agua que usted bebe. Traduzcalo o hable con alguien que 1o entienda bien. Drinking ~ater, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants• The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that water poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the EPA's Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 800-426-4791. TEST RESULTS (COLLECTED IN 2009 UNLESS NOTED) Lead and Copper Lead Lead,g, ction "Lead 90th MCLG Level (AL) Percentile 0 ppb 15 ppb 1 ppb Dated Sampled: 7-22-2008 # Sites Over Copper Lead AL MCLG 0 1.3 ppm Copper Action Copper 90th Level (AL) Percentile 1.3 ppm # Sites Over Copper AL 0.559 ppm 0 Likely Source of Contamination Erosion of natural deposits; Leaching from wood preservatives; Corrosion of household plumbing systems . B egulated. Highe'st Level Range of Levels Unit ofI I I Contaminants Detected Detected Measurements MCLG MCL Violation7 Disinfectants and Disinfec tion By-Products .= HAA5 8-20-2007- (T0taIHaloacetic Adds) 3.1 TTI-IMs 8-20-2007" (Total Trihalornethanes) 5.4 3.1-3.1 5.54-5.54 ppb ppb Inorganic Contaminants Arsenic 10-21-2008 02.68 B&dum 2-19-2008 0238 Chromium 2-19-2008 20.7 Fluoride Nickel Nitrate-Nitrite Selenium 2-20-2008 1.5 2.93 7.43 2.68-2.68 ppb 0.238-0.238 ppm 20.7-20.7 ppb 0.78-1.5 Not Applicable 6-7.43 ppm ppb ppm No goal 60 No No goal 80 No Likely Source of Contaminaht , ., By-product of drinking water chlorination 0 10 No 2 2 No 100 100 No 4 4 No N/A 100 No 10 10 No 50 50 No By-product of dnnking water chlorination Erosion of natural deposits; Runoff from orchards: Runoff from electronics ~)rocuction wastes Discharge of .dnlling wastes; Discharge from metal refineries; - rosion or natural aeposits , , Discharge from steel and pulp mills Erosion of natural deposits Erosion of natural deposltsl Water additive which promotes strong teeth; Fertilizer aiscnarge Erosion of natural deposits; leaching ~ ' Runoff fr ,o,m fertilizer use; Leaching from septic tanks, sewage; Erosion or natural deposits DeiSCharge'from petroleum and metal refineries; Erosion of natural posits.