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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, July 21,2011 :2 = _ - -_" - - z -'p Public Notices (First published July 14, 2011 in The Superior Express) Notice of Bid-Letting for Appraisal Maintenance Service Agreement To all interested parties: + You are hereby given notice that the Nuckolls County Board of Com- mxssioners will award a contract for an appraisal-maj0tenance service for all property located in Nuckolls County, Nebraska All bidg must be sealed and submitted to the Nuckolls County Clerk. P.O. Box 366, Nelson. Nob., 68961 by July 22. 2011 at 4:00 p.m.. Bid specifications may be obtained from the Nuckolls County Clerk. The bids will be opened at 11:00 a.m., July 25,2011 at 11:00 a.m. in the board of commissioners meeting room at the Nuckolls County Courthouse, 150 S Main. Nelson, Nob., 68961. The Nuckolls County Board re- serves the fight to reject any or all bids. Jackie L Kassebaum Nuckolls County Clerk 28-2c (First published July 14, 2011 in The Superior Express) Notice of Bid-Letting for Appraisal Contract To all interested parties: You are hereby given notice that the Nuckolls County Board of Com- missioners will award a contract for an appraisal review of the villages of Ruskin, Hardy, Nora and Oak, all in Nuckol|s County, Nebraska. All bids must be sealed and submitted to the Nuckolls County Clerk, P.O. Box 366. Nelson, NE 68961 by July22, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. Bid specifications may be obtained from the Nuckolls County Clerk. The bids will be opened at 11:00 a.m.. July 25,2011 in the board of commissioners meeting room at the Nuckolls County Courthouse, 150 S Main, Nelson. Nob.. 68961. The Nuckolls County Board re- serves the right to reject any or all bids. (SEAL) Jackie L Kassebaum Nuckolls County Clerk 28-2c (Published June 30, 2011 in The Superior Express) Notice of Suit In the District Court of Nuckolls County', Nebraska Tax Sale Certificate Foreclosure Case No. CI- 11-42 (James Richard Williams, etal.) State of Nebraska, Nuckolls County, SS: To the following named defendants in the above entitled action, to-wit: All persons having or claiming any interest in Lot 3. Block 25. Original Town of Superior. Nob. You and each of you are hereby notified that you have been sued in the District Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. by the County of Nuckolls in the State of Nebraska, a Plaintiff, the object and prayer of whose petition filed against you and the real estate above described is to foreclose against the description of real estate, above set out Treasurer's Tax Sale Certificate Number 989 which is dated November 1. 2007. and issued to and held by the plaintiff County, and to foreclose all liens that the plaintiff as holder of such certificate is entitled to foreclose and to cause a sale of, said property to satisfy the amount adjudged due against the real estate and also quiet the title to said real estate in the purchaser thereof nd to bar and exclude all defendants of all rights, title, liens and interest in and to said real estate and for general if you can count 6 swollen and 6 tender/painful joints, you may qualify for our study. 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Schmidt ' Nuckolls County Attorney 26-4c (First published July 21, 2011 in The Superior Express) Notice to Bidders Sealed bids will be received until 3 p.m., August10, 2011 in the office of the Right of Way Division, Depart- ment of Roads, 1600 Highway 2, Lin- coln, Nebraska. for the sale of the fol- lowing: A tract of land located in the south- west quarter of southwest quarter of section 26, township I north, range 7 west of the sixth principal meridian, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, near the southwest part of Superior. NE. be- tween highway 14 and the railrnaA tracks, Asking price for this tract is $7.7OO.00 The sale Of this land will be by Quitclaim Deed and no abstract will be furnished. The sale will also be subject to deed restrictions concerning access control, mineral rights and perpetua- tion of utility easements. Possession is subject to agricultural lease ending November 1,2011 Each bid must be accomplished by a check in the amoUnt of 10 per cent of each bid as evidence of good faith. This check is forfeited in the event payment equal to the total amount of the bid is not completed, This check should be made payable to the Depart- ment of Roads and sealed in an enve- lope which is plainly marked "SEALED BID, Project 14-1(1!1), Tract 7. The sealed envelope must then be placed in a mailing envelope and addressed to: Nebraska Depart- ment of Roads, Right of Way Division, PO Box 94759, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509, Attention: Frank Blankenau. The successful bidder must remit a check for the remaining 90 per cent of the purchase price within 30 days of notification of being the successful bidder. All checks will be promptly returned to the unsuccessful bidders. For questions concerning this bid, please contact the Right of Way Divi- sion office at (402) 479-4770 or at www.dor.state.ne.us/roway/prop- man.htm The Department of Roads reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Monty W. Fredrickson. P.E. Director-State Engineer 29-2c (Published June 30, 2011 in The Superior Express) Notice of Suit In the District Court of Nuckolls County, NebraSka Tax Sale Certificate Foreclosure Case No. CI- 11-40 (Lewis P. Soils, etal.) State of Nebraska, Nuckolls County, SS: To the following named defendants in the above entitled action, to-wit; All persons having or claiming any interest in the East 50 feet of Lot 16 and the East 50 feet of the South 5 feet of Lot 17, Block 22, Original Town of Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebraska. You and each of you are hereby notified that you have been sued in the District Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, by the County of Nuckolls in the State of Nebraska, a Plaintiff, the object and prayer of whose petition filed against you and the real estate above described is to foreclose against the description of real estate, above set out Treasurer's Tax Sale Certificate Number 987 which is dated Novembet 1, 2007, and issued to and held by the plaintiff County, and to foreclose all liens that the plaintiff as holder of such certificate is entitled to foreclose and to cause a sale of said property to satisfy the amount adjudged due against the real estate and also quiet the title to said real estate in the purchaser thereof and to bar and exclude all defendants of all rights, title, liens and interest in and to said real estate and for general equitable relief. You are required to answer said petition in the District court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska on or before Sep- tember 21,2011, or the allegations of the petition will be taken as true and the decree rendered accordingly. The County of Nuckolls in the State of Nebraska Timothy S. Schmidt Nuckolls County Attorney 26-4c (Published June 30, 2011 in The Superior Express) Notice of Suit In the District Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska Tax Sale Certificate Foreclosure Case No. CI-11-41 (Christin Stone, etal.) State of Nebraska, Nuckolls County, SS: To the following named defendants in the above entitled action, to-wit: All persons having or claiming any interest in Lots 16, 17 and 18, Block 11, Original Town of Superior, Neb. You and each of you are hereby notified that you have been sued in the District Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, by the County of Nuckolls in the State of Nebraska, a Plaintiff. the object and prayer of whose petition filed against you and the real estate above described isto foreclose against the description of real estate, above set out Treasurer's Tax Sale Certificate Number 988 which is dated November 1,2007. and issued to and held by the plaintiff County, and to foreclose all liens that the plaintiffas holder of such certificate is entitled to foreclose and to cause a sale of said property to satisfy the amount adjudged due against the real estate and also quiet the title to said real estate in the purchaser thereof and to bar and exclude all defendants of all rights title, liens and interest in and to said real estate and for general equitable relief. You are required to answer said petition in the District court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. on or before Sep- tember 21,201 I, or the allegations of the petition will be taken true and the decree rendered accordingly. The County of Nuckolls in the State of Nebraska Timothy S. Schmidt Nucko,lls County Attorney 264c (Published June 30, 2011 in The Superior Express) Notice of Suit In the District Court of Nuckolls C&nty, Nebraska Tax Sale Certificate Foreclosure Case No. CI- 11-39 (Angela R. Sloane, etal.) State of Nebraska, Nuckolls County, SS: To the following named defendants in the above entitled action, to-wit: All persons having or claiming any interest in the South 75 feet of Lots 11 and 12, Block 16, East Superior, an addition to the Original Town of Supe- 5 BR ] 3.5 BA I 4,900 4/- Sq.Ft. 4 Premier Proper' Starting IO:03AM SOME SELLING ABSOLUTE! PRO00TAR Bus. Hw,.54 &CrossingsWes, Drive P 0 Box 2651 Lake Ozark. 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You and each of you are hereby notified that you have been sued in the District Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, by the County of Nuckolls in the State of Nebraska, a Plaintiff, the object and prayer of whose petition filed against you and the real estate above described is to foreclose against the description of real estate, above set out Treasurer's Tax Sale Certificate Number 986 which is dated November 1, 2007, and issued to and held by the plaintiff County, and to foreclose all liens that the plaintiff as holder of such certificate is entitled to foreclose and to cause a sale of said property to satisfy the amount adjudged due against the real estate and also quiet the title to said real estate in the purchaser thereof and to bar and exclude all defendants of all rights, title, liens and interest in and to said real estate and for general equitable relief. You are required to answer said petition in the District court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska on or before Sep- tember 21,2011, or the allegations of the petition will be taken as tnie and the decree rendered accordingly. The-County of Nuckolls in the State of Nebraska Timothy S. Schmidt Nuckolls County Attorney 26-4c (Published July 21, 2011 in The Superior Express) Proceedings of the Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners July 11, 2011 The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met July 11,2011 in the board meeting room at the Court- house, Nelson, Neb., per recess of July 5,2011. Brown, Combs and Corman present for the meeting. The agenda of 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. Brown announced the 'Open Meetings Act Law' as posted in the commssion- ers board meeting room and handouts are available. The board reconvened at 9:00 a.m Chairman Brown approved the agenda and the July 5, 2011 minutes as sub- mitted. Also present for the meeting is Chuck Mittan of the Superior Express. The following correspondence was remitted to the board for review: The July 2011 newsletter. 'The Advocate' for CASA sent via email; a copy of a survey from JEO for a request to find comer ties in Section 4. T3N-R5W. County Assessor, Susan Rogers met with the board to submit an agreement between GIS Workshop, Inc. and Nuckolls County to allow GIS Work- shop, Inc to process and sell Nuckolls County GIS data upon request. Three different prices options were presented. Option '1', the county would receive $2,000, a flat fee per each request. Option '2', the county would receive $1.000 plus .25cents per parcel and Option 'Y, the county would receive a straight fee of.25 cents per parcel, GIS Workshop would bill the requester an additional fee for GIS Workshop fee. There is no 'termination' clause as this is a per request agreement. The profits from the agreement will be remitted into the Nuckolls County GIS Fund. A motion was made by Corman and sec- onded by Brown to approve the agree- ment between GIS Workshop. Inc and Nuckolls County to allow GIS Work- shop, Inc to sell Nuckolls County GIS Data with Option' 1' a flat fee of $2,000 per request. Brown. Combs and Corman all voted aye, 0 voted Nay. Motion carried. The June 2011 Nuckolls County Sheriff Board Report was submitted to the board. A motion was made by Brown and seconded by Corman to accept the June 2011 sheriff's board report as submitted. Brown, Combs and Corman all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. The board received an application for Wehrman Feedyard Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation from the Nebraska Department of Environmen- tal Quality for the NEll4 of Section 28, T3N-RTW, Nuckolls County. A mo- tion was made by Corman and sec- onded by Brown to approve the appli- cation for Wehnnan Feedyard Con- centrated Animal Feeding Operation. Brown, Combs and Corman all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Tim Stutzman, emergency man- ager-noxious weed superintendent met with the board to discuss with the board some reported noxious weeds in the county. Stutzman also discussed the vehicle usage from his home to work and how the board wants it reported. The board informed Stutzman the clerk's office will handle as a Fringe benefit and he would be getting a 1099 to report for income tax. Gary Warren, highway superinten- dent and Cindy Buescher, executive secretary met with the board to discuss the current activities of the county road department. Warren reported all Motorgraders are out maintaining the county roads this week. The CAT Care Seminar will be held on August 3, 2011 at the Franklin County Fair Grounds. The brakes for units No. 95 and No. 99 are being worked on. War- ren and Buescher have been working on mventory and budgets last week and this week. The road department got a cost estimate for $2,500 to fill holes on the Edgar Spur Road North of Highway 4. Discussion was held re- garding the reported available NEMA funds for flooding areas. Warren re- ported on the finding for Bridge #C0065004205P (Bostwick). The sur- face is cement pour and the pilings & stringers are wood. Warren noted the lower rating on the bridge is due to the type of construction and not because of deterioration. Warren does not recom- mend any repairs. Kassebaum discussed some em- ployee insurance issues with the board. No action taken. There being no further business the meeting was recessed at 10:00 a.m. until July 18, 2011. Arnold Brown, Chairman By: Jackie L Kassebaum County Clerk 29- lc (Published July 21, 2011 in The Superior Express) Proceedings of the City of Superior July 11, 2011 Meeting of the mayor and council of Superior, Neb., was convened in open and public session on the 1 lth day of July 2011 in the conference room of the City-Utility Building at 7:30 p.m. Present were council mem- bers Jensby, Littrell, Fox, Tipton, Ward. Absent: Lemke. Notice of the meeting was gven in advance thereof by post- ing in the city'clerk' s office, municipal library and Publfc Safet2#Building, the designated method of giving notice. Availability of the proceedings hereaf- ter shown was taken while the con- vened 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. Council by majority vote approved Lemke's absence. Mayor Schmidt presiding at the meeting. Utilities Section: Item 1. Council by majority vote approved the July utility claims. Director of Nursing Services [ R.N. license required. Experience in long-term care preferred. I Must have strong leadership, team building, and change I management skills. Seeking someone who embraces culture [ change to lead nursing department through the transition to a [ ' new building in the next two years. [ For more information, call Good Samaritan Society | lulie at (402) 228-8548 or 1306 S 9th St Q. I apply at www.good-sam.com. Beatrice, ,NE J [ Swap Salt for Spice Using less salt can lower your blood pressure and reduce your risk for heart disease. If your blood pressure is above 120/80, talk to your doctor about ways to lower it. For more helpful tips go to: www.dhhs.ne.gov/salt DHHS+. 1-800-532-2227 SOUTHWESTERN ASSOCIATION AG EQUIPHENT INTERNET AUCTION Bidding starts to c 0se Wed,, July 27110 a,m, CDT Combines: '09 & '08 3D 9770 STS, '08 3D 9870 STS, '06 ]D 9860 STS, (2) '98 CIH 2388, '95 3D 9600, 3D 9500 App equip: '08 3D 4930 self-pro- pelled spryr, '04 Demco 1100 Tractors: '90 3D 8760 4WD, 3D 4440, 3D 8630 Harvesting: '06 & I a@lh,. I '04 3D t293 12R crn head, '02 CIH 2208 8R crrl hd Planting/seeding: '06 JO 1770NT CCS Hay/ forage: '08 3D 568 round baler, (2) 3D 567 round baler, 3D 566 round baler Plus: tillage, mowers/ rotary cutters and more. 866.608.9283 Item 2. Council by majority vote accepted the June utility treasurer's report. Item 3. Council by majority vote approved Larry Brittertham attending a Rate Design Course in Lincoln. Item 4. Council by majority vote removed R.J. Hamilton from the six- month probation period and approved the 50-cent per hour wage increase, City Section: Item 1. Council by majority vote approved the June 27, 2011 meeting minutes. Item 2. Council by majority vote approved the July city claims. Item 3. Council by majority vote accepted the June city treasurer's re- port. Item 4: John Keelan, Peggy Meyer and Larry Yost were present to discuss with the council the possibility of North Ward School for a Community Center. Item was tabled until next meeting for further review. Item 5. Council by Item 5. Council by majority vote approved Ordinance 1132, 2nd reading. An ordinance to amend Section 4.14.07 of the zoning ordinance of the City of Superior, Nob., the same being Ordinance No. 1073; to provide for the repeal 6fconflicting ordinances or sec- tions, to provide for the effective date thereof; and in to order the publication of the ordinance pamphlet form. Be it ordained by the mayor and council of the City of Superior, Nob., as follows: Section 1: That Section 4.14.07, of Ordinance 1073 of the City of Supe- rior, be amended to read as follows: 4.14.07 Garages and outbuildings in residential districts for storage uses and other structures customary and appurtenant to the permitted uses and detached accessory garages shall be constructed of materials customarily used in residential construction. The sidewalls of said building shall not exceed ten (10) feet in height. Portable storage containers, shipping contain- ers, truck trailers, and other similar storage structures are not permitted in any residential area, unless used for a temporary manor, not to exceed seven (7) consecutive days, unless allowed by the zoning enforcement officer. Item 6. Council by majority vote approved Ordinance 1133, 2nd read- lng, An ordinance to amend the zoning ordinance of the City of Superior, Neb., the same being Ordinance No. 1073, to change the tracts of [and described as the South 100' of Lot 46, Lot 47, Lot 48. and the South 75' of Lot 41 of the South Superior Addition, Superior, Nuckolls County, Nob., FROM I-1, Light Industrial District to MDR, Me- dium Density Residential District; to provide for the repeal of conflicting ordinances or sections; to provide for the effective date thereof and ordered to be published in pamphlet form. Item 7. Council by majority vote approved Ordinance 1134, 2nd read- ing, An ordinance to amend the zoning ordinance of the City of Superior, Nob., the same being Ordinance No. 1073, to change the tract of land described as Lot 6, Block 39, Original Town Subdi- vision, Superior. Nuckolls County, Neb., FROM I- 1, Light Industrial Dis- trict to CBD, Central Business Dis- trict; to provide for the repeal of con- flicting ordinances or sections: to pro- vide for the effective date thereof and ordered to be published in pamphlet form, Item 8. Council by majority vote approved Mayor Schmidt's re-appoint- ment of Carl Suchland to the Planning Commission. Item 9. Council approved hiring Liz Headrick as additional lifeguard- assistant manager for the pool Item 10. No travel requests. Item 11. Various committee reports were given. Meeting adjourned. Sonia K. Schmidt, mayor ATTEST: Jan Diehl, city clerk July Utility Claims Returned check, 64.38; ALTEC In- dustries, Inc.. 450.09; Chamber of Commerce, 1,083.33: Gay Construc- tion, 113.90; Glenwood Telecommu- nications, 543.88; Groebner & Associ- ates, 162.26: Ideal Market, 15.72: Kriz- Davis, 2,244.56; Kully Pipe & Steel Supply, 122.45: Matheson Linweld. 12.46; Mead O'Brien Inc., 1,122.21; Mikkelsen Farm & Lumber, 161.81: Miller Associates, 81,861.30; Jim Miller, 100.50; Officenet, 202.78; Petro Plus, Inc., 2,761.75; SD Fertilizer LLC, 498.58; Servi-Tech Inc., 97.85; Den- nis Smith, 100.50; South Central Pub- lic Power, 1,193.27; Superior Ace Hardware, 399.21: Superior iNET. 149.95; Superior/otor Parts, 117.19: Superior Publishing, 347.90; Superior The LofteCommunity Theatre Celebrating Our 35th Seauon Book by Thomas Meehan t.l MUC by Cbr] Strouse .- "Cal Lyrl by Martin Charnln arorg -co f. e.fnn' J qm#y # Lea## Lizardsl The popular comic strip heroine takes the Lofle centerstage in one of the world's best-loved musicals! JUlY 22-24, 28-31, August 4-7 Sbowmu:'lhuisdnYS, Fridays & Satmdeys sl I'N p,m, kndayl at l:O0 pan. call for ..... ":,',:',,: ....... reservations .................. today! NEBRAStCA }ossibibes. endle:,, Utilities, 4,029.23; WESCO, 143.78; Windstream, 826.15; NPPD, 9,373.12; Quality Red D Mix, 584.03; B-Green Lawn Care, 26.20; NU Co Sheriffs Office, 1,200.00. Paramount Linen & Uniform, 257.05; Quality Red D Mix, 583.67; Superior Utilities, 1,906.11; Post Of- rice, 267.80; BrendaCarpenter, 256.64; Health & Human Svcs, 193.76; Dawn Corcoran, 42.91; Paul Salazar, 29.79;  SASA, 96.89; Post Office, 5.10; City of Superior, 16,335.48; Gas Products, 12.50; National Public Gas Agency, 26,934.48; Nebraska Public Power Dist.. 168,195.96; Stan Houston Equip Co., 292.23; Superior Outdoor Power, 41.40; Salaries, 18,154.69. July City Claims B-Green Lawn Care, 260.40; Baker & Sons Disposal, 354.00; BetkaPhmb- ing & Htg, 3,595.98; Business World, 188.55; CPI Cooperative Producers, Inc., 1,282.39; Delka's Construction & Garage, 105.20; Don Fintel, 600,00; Dutton Lainson Co., 54.00; Edward Jones Investments, !,117.65; Emer- gency Medical Products, 1,220.44; Farm Plan, 528.15; Gary Thompson Agency, Inc., 798.25; 14 Detail, 123.15; Ideal Market, 73.32; Kile Veterinary, 380.00; KRFS, 215.00; Matheson Tri- Gas, Inc., 73.60; Mid-States Well Work, 1,500.00; Midland Area Agency, 1266.67. Mikkelsen Farm & Lumber, 670.37; Mutual of Omaha, 197.52; NE Dept of Revenue, 722.81; Nebr Public Health Environ Lab, 84.00; Nu Co Sheriffs Office, 550.00; Pamida, 39.98; Para- mount Linen & Uniforms, 51:10; Petro Plus, Inc., 2,607.41; Pierce Electron- ics, 1,020.22: Quality Red D Mix, 19,950.00; Stephen Diehl, 25.00: Sum- mit USA, 2,000.00; SuperiorAce Hard- ware, 683.79; Superior Electric, 15.75; Superior Publishing, 652.74; Superior School District, 250.00; Superior Utili- ties, 8,151.11; Superior Utilities, 263.15; Superior Utilities, 3,000.00: Timothy Schmidt, 150.00; Windstream, 428.97; Federal Deposit, 3,582.57; US Dept of Education, 51.70; City of Superior, 3,000.00; JEO Con- suiting Group, 609.00. Woodward' s Disposal, 13,168.51; Amy Williams, 96.00; Brandon Woemer, 600.00; Holling Construc- tion, 8,881.66; Quality Red D Mix. 2,595.50: Camie Kroeger, 138.75: Car- rie Lemke, 138.75; First National Bank, 42.75: Superior Outdoor Power, 246.43; Tietjen Automotive, 60.25; Baker & Sons Disposal. 31.00; Baker & Taylor, Inc., 62.08; Center Point Large Print, 167.16" Glenwood Tele- communications, 59.95; Howard Kramp, 140.00; Microfilm Imaging Systems, 485.00; Nebraska Life,56.00; Superior Ace Hardware, 13.98; Supe- rior Publishing, 29.00; Vicki Perrie, 67.15; Windstream, 39.99; Salaries, 15,530.26. 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. Publish July 21,2011. 29-lc (Published July 21, 20!1, in The Superior Express) Notice to Landowners of the Kansas Bostwiek Irrigation District No. 2 You are hereby notified that.on the second day of August, 2011, at 9 a.m. there will be held at the office of said irrigation district in the City of Courtland, Republic County, Kansas, a hearing on the annual assessment made by the said district as against the irrigable lands in said district to meet the repayment expenses of the district and the costs of operation, mainte- nance, repair and improvements of said irrigation works to supply .water to the irrigable lands within said district. The.board of directors have levied an assessment against each classified irrigable acre within said district and a hearing will be held thereon at the time and place stated in order to determine if such is just equitable and equalize the same. A schedule of said assess- ments is now on file in the office of said district at Courtland, Kansas, and may be examined by any interested person. Board of Directors Gary L. Householder, president Brad D. Peterson, secretary Monty D. Dahl, treasurer 29-2c See Us For Office Supplies Superior Publishing Co. - 148 E. Third St, Superior o 402-879-3291 ' Hickm. Fast 6rowiq City Don't Drive by-Drive In. 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