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Auditorium at 7:30 Present were Barnes, Coun- Kile, Smith, and Crook.Absent Imembers Richardson. the meeting was advance thereof by City Clerk's Of- Auditorium and Building, the method for giving / L~ and Diesel at $.88 par gallon for Superior Refrigeration, project: Publi Noti J~ the monthofJuly. Movedby repairs 780.47 Community-Neighborhood c ce Kile, seconded by Smith to Superior Refrigeration, Revitalization Improvements __ __ accept the bid of Superior Tire repairs ' 28.40 This project is designed to to furnish gas and diesel to the American Family Life, pave eight blocks of streets, ,Council Avenue west one.block, which City of Superior. Yea: Smith, caucerinsurance 88.90instaM- four inch water main gs improvement shallbe known as Follmer, Crook, Richardson Blue Cross-Blue Shield, loop, install eight inch sewer of the Mayor andstreet Improvement Projec~ and Kile. Absent: Bostelman. health insurance 2,533.15 line in the Lost Creet Neigh- City of Superior, No. 83-10. Moved by Richardson, Lincoln Telephone, borhood and South Neigh- convened in open7th Street from Central seconded by Smith to appoint telephone service 268.13 borhood on First Street. on the 11th Avenue west one block, which Cliff White as Assistant Street FIRE MAINTENANCE City of Superior June 1983, in theimprovement shall be known as Superintendent. Yea: Smith, ToddHayes, lettering 50.00 NuckollaConnty, Nebraska Street Improvement Project Follmer, Crook, Richardson R & M Body and Paint, Estimated Project Cost No. 83-11. and Kile. Absent: Bostelman. repairs 100.00 $421,760.00 9th Street from Kansas Street The City Clerk presented Smeai Fire Equipment, It has been determined that east one block, which im-proposals from five Consulting repairs 397.24 provement shall be known as firms who submitted proposals Blue Cross-Blue Shield, Street Improvement Project to administer the City's Block flremens insurance 110.00 No. 83-12. Grant Program. After ......... STREET 9th Street from Idaho Street reviewing the proposals the Phoenix Contracting, west one block, which ira- Council deferred the selection this meeting was to the oftbe ,Availability of the communicated in to the Mayor this meeting. All hereafter shown while the convened open to the at- he public. presented a the South Central inviting all md elected officials their July 20th Guest speaker to be Director of of Municipalities. of the regular June 27th, Monthly report for June 1983 for July 1983 were ~e consent agenda Council. Moved seconded by Crook Consent Agenda be Yea: Kile, Smith, CroOk. Absent: and Richardson. and Greg Meyer, Buell Winter Associates ap- the Council to for the ad- Improvement ~-5 to 83.14,and in- Council we were advertise for bids. flow Richardson the following and moved its BY THE COUNCIL OF OF SUPERIOR, 1. The Mayor and find and SECTION 2. It is further DeWayne L. Aberg, found and determined that each advance travel of the above unpaved streets to Larry Whitney, payroll be improved in Street I/n-~ deduction provement Projects NoB. 83-5 to DeWayne L. Aberg, 83-13 inclusive intersect a paved mileage street and are for a distance of Farmers State hank, not exceeding one block on withheld tax either side of any such paved Gary Kile, repairs street and further that the AAvan street to be improved in Street State of Nebraska, Improvement Project No. 83-14 Social Security tax does not exceed two blocks, Gas Service Company, including intersections, or 1,325 gas feet, whichever is the least, and Department of Public that said street in said Project Works, postage is otherwise paved and with the and copies paving will be one continuous Chamber of Commerce, paved street, fairboek ad SECTION 3. The Street Ira- Marian Watson, pro- provements in the Street Ira- fessioualservice provement Projects set out Department of Public above he, and the same hereby Works, zoning vfficer are, ordered comtructed, and Nuckolls County Imp., the plans and specifications and estimates of cost of the engineer oxygen in the amount of $247i750,00 for Nuckolls County Hospital, the construction of the above regulator street improvements, which are Department of Public on file with the City Clerk, are Works, zoning hereby approved and the Clerk seminar is instructed to cause notice to Leslie Hotel, answering b/dders tO be published as service provided by law for receiving Lincoln Telephone, bids. For the purpose of con- tele. service structlng the above ira- Superior Express, provements, such im- advertising provements n~ay be combined Elmer Drubs, trash with other sf.~'~t improvement hauling project created in the City, but Robinsons Conoco, the actual cost of construction fuel of each of the projects shall be Business Supply, separated in such manner that supplies the costs may be allocated to Diamond Vogel Paints, provement shall be known as until the next regular meeting. Street Improvement Project The following claims were No. 83-13. paid: National Avenue from the GENERAL existing paving at 6th Street Nebraska Department of , north to 8th street being the Revenue sales tax 43.97 terminus of the street at 8th Gas Service Company, Street, which improvement gas 12.87 shall be known as Street Ira- Ideal Market, supplies 117.86 provement Project No. 83-14. Salaries, 13,128.12 Hartley Street 36,236.25 Boettcher Enterprises, pramital 75.00 Superior Tire, gas inventory 2,438.99 Suparior Motor Parts, pacts 132.49 B & S Tire Market tire repairs 44.64 AUDITORIUM Vector Exterminating, spraying 25.00 225.00 POLICE Mertens Repair, 30.00 iron 13.87 B & S Tire Market, 28.89 tires 232.00 Alexander Motors, 1,786.44 repairs 114.33 Bill Morris Ford, 85.00 repairs 62.~ Mid Nebraska Oil, 6,656.08 repairs 3.50 STREET 148.75 Coakley Industries, towel service 10.00 Vogel Paint Co., 45.72 paint 921.00 Canning Truck Service, 40.00 freight 43.30 Harold Kramp, 469.00 repairs 1,545.00 Superior Deshier, 905.83 oxygen 15.30 Lincoln Equipment Co., cutting edge 382.54 12.65 Superior Plumbing, Hartley Street 447.17 25.00 Department of Public Works, Hartley , Street 282.10 255.17Sail Engineering, Hartley Street 1,584.11 130.08 Meeting adjourned Gerald M. Barnes 125.34 Mayor DeWayne L,,~Aberg 319.49 City Clerk 28.50 74.51 138.10 CONCURRENT NOTICE NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT EFFECT ON THE ENVIRONMENT City of Superior each project for the ~ of paint 1,407.30 Superi'or, Nebraska 68978 levying any authoized special Valley Co~ction, (402) 8794713 it is necessary assessments, backhoe 70.08 TO ALL , INTERESTED that the City, Council Member Crook Department ~f Public :m ,~C/J~S,~GROU~,,~AND~ !rity l;ranted by seconded the m0tio~, a~ upon Works, teles ~, ~o.~ ,~.NS ~ ,. , L to 18-2003 in- roll call on the foregoing ~en~t4 Public : The' above City Reissue Revised resolution the following voted Works, utilities 2,458.54 proposes to request the of Nebraska, 1943, AYE: Smith, Follmer, Crook Deuel Pharmacy, Department of Economic or creating a cause the following within the City by paving with necessary ap- to-wit: from Idaho Street elected to the Council was by block, which im- the Mayor declared passed and shall be known as adopted. Project Steve Doak presented a contract proposal to provide from Idaho Street Engineering and inspection block, which im- service for the City's Street shall be known as Paving Projects. After con- and Richardson. The following supplies 21.38 voted NAY: Kfle. Absent was Don's Agri Sales, Bostelman. The passage of the trenching 115.00 Resolution having been con- Bankers Life, curred in by more than a pension 470.12 majority of the members nt Project siderable discussion regarding fees, the Council requested that Idaho Street Greg Meyer reevaluate the block, which im-firms proposal and present an shall be known as alternate contract proposal to Project from 3rd Street which im- be known as Project the Council at a later date. Marian Watson met with the Council to review the budget for ~rla1983-1984 Fiscal Year. n presented an overall review of 1992-1993 expanse and oOjected costs and revenues the upcoming year. The finance committee will meet on Street which im- be known as July 18th to further discuss the~ Project proposed budget. Superior Tire submitted a bid from Central to furnish Gasoline at $1.1895 % 9mm~ ..mlW~- o o 0 o o,.als~ o 0 ~ Lorna McCutcheop :. (keepim g and Tax Service Farmers Partnerships Businesses Corporations | essional Building 'i 213 E 3rd - Superior, Neb. 68978 .402-870-476t Home - 913-875-4019 .1nip..qliim..,mllib .,iMnm..iMm. 4i~ .~qlm,..,iIMa~ .,elW~ .inmom~- Development to release Federal Funds under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (PL 93- 383) to be used for the following Funeral Home Serving families since 1928. 8th and Commercial / 402-879-3900 / Superior, Neb. lilill il I I 7u~srequest for release of will not constitute an action significantly affecting the quality of the human en- vironment and accordingly, the above named City has decided not to prepare an Environment Impact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (PL 93-190). The reasons for such decision not to prepare such statement are as follows: Finding of no significant impat on the environment as a result of the environmental assessment. An Environmental Review Record respecting the within project has been made by the above named City which documents the environmental review of the project and more fully sets forth the reasons why such Statement is not required. This Environmental Review Record is on file at the above address and is available for public examination and copying, upon request between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. No further environmental review of such project is proposed to be conducted, prior to the request for release of Federal funds. All interested agencies, groups and persons disagreeing with this decision are invited to Ock p,m. CE OF BUDGET HEARING-AND BUDGET SUMMARY SCHOOL DISTRICT 47, Thayer County, Nebraska PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, in compliance with the provisions of Sections 23,921 to R.S. Supp., 1969, that the governing body will meet on the 8th day of August, 1983 at 8 at Davenport Cdmmunity School Gymnasium for the purpose of hearing support, opDosi- , suggestions or observationsof taxpayers relating to the following proposed budget and relative thereto. The budget detail is available at the office of the Clerk/Sec- Marceline Keim, Clerk/Secretary GENERAL FUND BOND FUND SINKING FUND and Estimated Expense: $586,969.26 $47,088.48 $ 4,006.54 $639,470.95 $45,930.00 $12,771.80 + $689, 04.82 + $ 58,750,03 -- $ 58,750.03 -- $157,635.00 $45,050.00 $14,287.52 $22,308.00 $ $20,808.48 ..... $ 1,287.52 $ 200.00 $ + $ 5,314.00 $ 463.50 $ 130.00 $536,783.82 $46,813.50 $13,000.00 1. Prior Year 1981-1982 : 2, Current Year 1982-1983 ,irements: Ensuing Year 1 3.1 4 4. Necessary Cash Reserve 5. Cash on Hand " 6. Estimated Other Revenue 7. Collection Fee and Delinquent Allowance 8. Total ProPerty Tax Requirement Thursday, July 28, 1983 submit written comments for consideration by the City to the the University of Nebraska- City Clerk, Box 160, Superior, Lincoln. Nebraska 68978. Such written The program, offered an- comments should be received at nually for entering UNL the addressspecified above on students and their parents, or before August 13, 1983. All includes sessions on campus life such comments so receivd will and programs, tours and be considered and the City will academic sessions with UNL not request the release of faculty and administrators. Federal funds or take anyParticipants from Nuckolls administrative action on the County include Lisa Beckler, within project prior to the date James Sehaaf, Patricia Hullett, specified in the preceding Troy Genung, Joni M. sentence. Blackstone and Gre~ A. Young. Gerald M. Barnes, Mayor Superior; Lane Hawley, Donald City of Superior Mazour, Kevin Wheeland, Superior, Nebraska Bruce Karmazin, Todd Biltoft, lc Brent Ruttman and Nathan W. Harrington, Nelson; and James Local students A, Schendt, Lawrence. attend summer orientation Local and area students recently attended the 1983 summer orientation program at THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS- 7~ Among those from Thayer County attending were James Poppe, Byron, Todd W. Rogers and Todd A. Werner, Daven- port, and Heather Bartling and Suzette Helgenson, Deshler. "Nothing helps ham and egges." scenery', like The word "million" didn't come into being until around 1300. Until then, the largest number word was "myraid," which was Greek for 10,000. The planet, Uranus, nearly came to be named Herschel -- for its discoverer, Friedrich Wilhelm Herschel. Available to the population of the United States are some 473,000 physicians, according to the Bureau of the Census. We also have more than one million registered nurses in the United States. Available to people in the United States are some 12~,000 dentists, reports the Statistical Abstract of the United States Promises up to 60,000 miles of worry-free It's more than a promise It's a fact. We offer the Ford Extended Service Plan And that means you can get new car protec- tion for up to 5 years or 60.000 miles Ford's ESP covers literally thousands of parts And if you ever need a repair covered by Ford's ESP. it won't cost you more than $25,* If you're in the market for, or have recently purchased a new Ford, see your Ford Dealer or call t -800-FORD-ESP for answers on how you can own a Ford Extended Service Plan *On eligible used vehicles covered repa=rs never exceed a $50 deductible. Superior, Nebraska !. At the Bank of a Lifetime, we call our Rural Services Ix)ans, RFD loans. That's what they are,., and that's whal they do. RFD Relieve Finan(:ial tress! When you need rnonP, v for stock, equipment, storage...whatever ...see us for the green. An RFD loan the wherewithal to keep things run- ning smoothly. All the bank you'll ever need MEMBER FDIC M~ MCMLXXVIIi THE GOLNICK COMPANY