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(;3 THK :5;L!PKFJC:t EXPRESS Thursday, August 4, 2011 Public Notices (First Published Aug. 4, 2011, in The Superior Express) Notice of Appointment In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Larry L. Juergens, de- ceased. (First Published Aug 4, 2011, in the Superior Express Newspaper) STATE OF NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES NOTICE OF APPLICATION CRT-2136 FOR APPROPRIATION D-10BR Hitchcock County Estate No. PRll-12 Water Division 2-B Notice is hereby given that on July Notice is hereby given that on July 12,2011 in the Coumy Court of Nuck- 13,2011, Donald L. Crews, Secretary- oils County, Nebraska. David D. Treasurer, CrewsFarmsLLC, filed in Downing whose address is 355 N. the Department of Natural Resources Commercial Avenue. Superior, Neb. (Department) application CRT-2136 68978 was annointed bv the court as foraPermittoTransfertheLocation of personal repsentative of the estate. UseandTypeofUseofSurfa_ceWat_er Creditors of this estate must file Approprmtmn tot on DocKet D- lOtlK. their claims with this court on or before Water appropriation Docket D- Oct. 5,2011, or be forever barred. Diane Wehrman Clerk of the County Court Nuckolls County Court P.O. Box 372 Nelson, Neb. 68961-0372 Randall Alexander (Bar ID 15337) Downing, Alexander & Wood 355 N. Commercial, P.O. Box 185 10BR, with a priority date Of Decem- ber 19, 1893, is a permit to divert 1.17 cubic feet per second of water from the Frenchman River at a point of diver- sion in the NW I/4SW 1/4 of Section 17, Township 3 North, Range 31 West of the 6 t" P.lVl. in Hitchc0ck County to irrigate 81.50 acres. This application was filed as a re- Superior. Neb. 68978 quiremem for participation inthe Ne- 402-879-4751 31-3c braska Platte-Republican Resources Area Conservation Reserve Enhance- ment Program (CREP). The proposed location of use is downstream of the (First Published Aug. 4, 2011, current point of diversion to the point in The Superior Express) where the Republican River crosses Notice of Informal Probate the Nebraska/Kansas state line. The In the County Court of Nuckolls proposed change is to be temporary for County, Nebraska. the term of the CREP contract, which Estate of Odin W. Bargen, de- will be nine years. ceased. Under the provisions of Neb. Rev. Estate No, PR 11 - 16 Stat. 46-291 (l)(e) the quantity of wa- Notice is hereby given that on July ter that is transferred to the new use 28,2011 in the County Court of Nuck- may not exceed the historic consump= olls County, Nebraska, the register is- tive use under the appropriation or sued a written statement of informal portion thereof being trans]'erred. The probate of the will ofsaiddecedent and diversion rate in cubic feet per second that Vaughn L. Bargen. whose address described above is the total appropria- is 2950 220 Road. Superior, Nebraska tion that is attached to the acres de- 68978. was informally appointed by scribed above. the registrar as the personal represen- Any interested person may object tative of the estate, to and request a hearing on the applica- Creditors of this estate must file tion by filing such objections in writ- their claims with this court on or before ing specifically stating the gr0unds for Oct. 5,2011, or be forever barred. Diana Wehrman Clerk of the County Court Nuckolls County Court P.O. Box 372 Nelson. Neb. 68961-0372 Michael L. Johnson (Bar ID 15090) Leininger, Smith, Johnson, Baack. Placzeck & Allen 104 N. Wheeler Street P.O. Box 790 Grand Island. Neb. 68802 Telephone: 308-382-1930 31-3c each objection. Additional project in- formation and procedures for objec- tion may be obtained by contacting the Surface Water Permits section of the Department at (402) 471-2363 or through the Department's website at w ww. dn r.ne. gov/legal/ SW_NoticeofAppsfiled.html. Objections must be received by the Department by 5:00 p.m. on Septem- ber 2, 2011. Date of Notice August 3, 2011. 31-3c Central Nebraska ORTHOPEDICS" h;mo.o. of ,f, Dr. Lesiak Will Be In Superior To See Patients At Brodstone Memorial Hospital Thursday, August 11 No doctor referral is necessary Please Call (402} 879-3281 m set up an appointment (800) 782-6959 West Foidley Medico Center 620 North Diers Avenue. Suite 200 Grand Islond, NE 68803 ii [ : 6 CENTRAL NEBRASKA ORTHPEDIC I I I Send your college stuaent off to school with a prescril00ion for Homesickness |lJ (Published Aug. 4, 2011 in The Superior Express) Proceedings of the Nuckolls Co. Board of COmmissioners The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met July 18, 2011 in the board meeting room at the court- house, Nelson, NCb, per recess of July 11,2011. Brown, Combs and,Corman present for the me ,ting. The agenda of said meeting wa; remitted to board members in adw nce of the meeting and was posted ij I the county clerk's office and on rite county website. Brown noted a COl ly of the Open Meet- ings Act was po: ted in the commis- sioners board me ting room and hand- outs were availaNe. The board rebonvened at 9 a.m. Chairman Brown pproved the agenda and the July 11,2011, minutes as sub- mitted. Also present for the meeting is Chuck Mittan oJThe Superior Ex- press. Brad Baker, chief deputy sheriff, met with the boa chase for a new sh received a state bi let Silverado 150 the state bid co Husker Auto of received two oth, 2011 Explorer'4- and the second o 4X4 SS CRW for by Brown and se approve the phrcl $22,756.00 for Silverado 1600 the Nuckolls Cot ment. Brown, Cc voted aye, 0 vot, ried. Tim Stutzma emergency manal superintendent, give an update on of the departmen to attend a CoAd later thatday. H and EMT identit done this week; S ing with local from Jewell and discuss commm lines for weat Stutzman also dis management off cal year. Gary Warren dent, and Cindy way department' met with the bo rent activities o: partment. Warr, small projects Rip & Rock Easl Road C betweel (Beaver Precinc (627) Sedan Re 4500 from Rc (Hammond Pre ing on the one n Precinct. Warr been having Eit one other compa ren noted there workers who a county roads an on projects.. Warren infor: I I Meeti TheLowc will hold meeting Thl 2011 at the NRD meetir St. Alma, Nt will be a Integrated workshop. meeting is Lower Repu in Alma ar NRCS office i i d to request a pur- rift' s pickup. Baker l for a2011 Chevro- ) 4WD crew cab at t $22,756.00 with :,incoln. Baker also ;r quotes. One for a Joor for $25.187.00 le for a 2011 F-150 $29,267.00. Motion :onded by Combs to ase at the state bid of a 2011 Chevrolet WD Crew Cab for aty Sheriff' s Depart- rnbs and Corman all M nay. Motion car- , Nuckolls County er and noxiOus weed et with the board to the current activities t. Stutzman planned meeting in Superior said the Ruskin Fire tcations cards will be tutzman will be meet- mergency managers Republic counties to Jcations across state aer related issues. cussed the emergency ce budget for the fis- highway superinten- Buescher, the high- s executive secretary, rd to discuss the cur- ' the county road de- m discussed several lanned for the week. of the Superior Pit on Roads 3400 & 3300 t); then Project C65 ad which is on Road ad Z to Road AA :inct) and then work- lie east of Oak in Elk also noted he has mann Trucking and y hauling rock. War- are four road crew re maintaining the the rest are working ned the board of re- ng Notice r Republican NRD a special board lrsday, August 4, ,ower Republican g room, 30 N John ',at 11:00 a.m. This closed session /Ianagement Plan m agenda for this available at the alican NRD Office d at the County 5" . 31-1c i i i With a subscriptS'on to "llae Sur:00rior Express 148 E. Third Street, P.O. Box 408 Superior, Nb., 68978 402-879-3291 or 1-bvv-359-2120 Order now and keep your student in touch wzlth home every week. It could be the best eure for homesi'ekness on the market...and a good way to keep up with "the old gang." Name Address Donn or Apartment Number ...... City State Zip One-year subscription $ $ Nebraska- 25.00; Kansas-26,50 1 ceiving the drainage report from Kirkham Michael for 3-5' pipes to be installed on Road A between Road 4200 and Road 4100 on the State line of Jewell and Nuckolls counting with each paying half the costs. Warren also discussed with the board the feasibilRy study for the In Superior Eighth Street Project. Warren presented a letter from Jeff Wagner of Mainelli Wagner for the 2011 bridge inspection costs. Wagner shows 82 structures at $114.00 per structure. The board requested putting the subject on the agenda for Aug. 1, 2011. No decision made at this time, The resolution and agreement for the Federal Funds Purchase Program between Nuckolls County and the Ne- braska Department of Roads was tabled until the next week's meeting in order to review it more thoroughly. RuAnn Root. CASA direCtor, met with the board to request financial sup- port for CASA. The request is in the amount of $3.500.00. This is the same as last year. CASA also receives fund- ing from United Way, Nebraska CASA. and several other groups. The home base for CASA is in Clay Center. Root also gave the board an update on what the funds were used for last year and how many children were helped in Nuckolls County. Motion by Corman and seconded by Brown to approve $3,500.00 to support the CASA Pro- gram in Nuckolls County. Brown, Combs and Corman all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Motion by Combs, seconded by Corman to authorize Chairman Brown to sign the application for inmate medi- cal insurance by Hunt Insurance Co for the period of Oct. 30, 2011 to Oct. 29, 2012. Brown, Combs and Corman all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Motion by Combs, Seconded by Corman to authorize Chairman Brown to sign a termination letter to Cobecon as the broker and agent for the Nuck- olls County Insurance Plan. Brown, Combs and Corman all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Motion by Corman and seconded by Combs to authorize Chairman Brown to sign the Cobra agreement between Nuckolls County and Mid- American Benefits for Cobra Services for the Nuckolls County Employee Insurance Plan effective July 1, 2011. Brown, Combs and C0rman, all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Motion by Brown and seconded by Corman to authorize Chairman Brown to sign the service agreement and amendment for the Nuckolls County Employee Insurance Plan between Nuckolls County and Mid-American Benefits. Brown, Combs and Corman all voted aye, 0 voted nay.Mbtion carried. Motion by Corman. seconded by Combs to authorize Chairman Brown to sign the privacy officer and desig- nated pnvacy personnel for the Nuck- olls County Employee Insurance Plan which designates Jackie L. Kassebaum. county clerk Brown, Combs and Corman all voted aye. 0 voted nay. Motion carried. J ing at 11:00 a_m. to allow the board to go into a board of equalization meet- rag. Chairman Brown reconvened the meeting at 11:05 a,m. The board discUssed the dommis- sioners budget for the 2011 and 2012 fiscal year. The board requested Clerk Kassebaum to resarch the cost of a digital recorder with software for tran- scription. Motion made by Corman and sec- onded by Brown toapprove the special designated liquor license application submitted by Danit J. Black to serve beer, wine and distilled spirits at the Nuckolls County Fairgronnds.for a reception to be held Aug. 6, 2011. Brown, Combs and Corman all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. The board of commissioners dis- cussed the second portion of the Nuck- olls County Personnel Manual (Hand- book). The board discussed a dress code, smoking policy, observed holi- days, holiday pay schedule, comp time, family medical leave changes, funeral leave, military leave updates, harass- ment updates, outside employment, and emergency disaster plan. The following salary claims were approved: general fund, $57,95& 12; road fund, $40,078.54; civil defense fund salaries. $3,239.45:911 Emer- gency Fund, $400.00. The following claim was approved: Mid-American Benefits, Inc.,cobra insurance premium, $738.93. There being no further business the meeting was recessed at 1:09 p.m. un- til July 25,2011. Arnold Brown, chairman By: Jackie L. Kassebanm county clerk 31-1 c (Published AUg 4, 2011 in the Superior Express Newspaper)  Notice of Meeting July 25, 2011 Meeting of the Mayor and Council of Superior, was convened in open and public session on the 25th day, of July 2011 in the conference room of the city-utility building at 7:30 p.m. Present were council members Jensby, Littrell, Fox, Tipton, Ward, Lemke. Absent: None. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by posting in the City Clerk' s Office, Municipal Library and Public SafetyBuilding, the desig- nated method of giving notice. Avail- ability 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. Mayor Schmidt presiding at the meet- rag. Utilities Section: Item 1 CounCil by majority vote approved the July Utility Claims. Item 2. CounCil by majority vote adopted Resolution 2011-20 regard- ing Employee Salary & Wage Policy. City Section: Item 1. Council by majority vote approved the July, 11,2011 meeting minutes. Item 2. Council by majority vote approved the July City Claims. Chairman Brown recessed the meet- 1 ti::!i!i!i  . iiiii Allied p.s, ur,0027o, Why Allied? o.,o.,.. We can help answer that. Contact Gary Thompson Agency, Inc. for your free insurance review today! Io Business Agent: Waid Vontz, Shari Schutte / Home Auto or Mariah C harbodneau l. Boat Address: 401 N Central Ave, Superior, NE 689-78 / Umbrella Office: 402-879-3913 o r 800-965-3913  Motorcycle Notice of Revaluation of the towns of Hardy, Nora, Oak and Ruskin The Nuckolls County Assessor's office is begin- ning the revaluation of the towns of Hardy, Nora, Oak & Ruskin Nuckolls County Nebraska as of August 8, 2011. Stanard Appraisal Services, Inc. has been awarded the contract to value the residential and improved properties within these towns. Stanard Appraisal Services, Inc. will have apprais- ers in the field as of August 8,2011. They will be taking photos, measuring houses and outbuildings and will be requesting interior inspections of the homes and outbuildings. If the property owner isn't home at the time of the initial exterior inspection, call back slips will be left at,the property. The call back slips hove the Assessor s office phone number and th e initials of the appraiser who was at the property. The property owner will then need to set up a time fo the appraiser to come out and do an interior inspection and answer any questions. All appraisers with Stanard Appraisal Services, Inc. will have photo ID and a letter of introduction from If you have any questions please feel free to call the Nuckolls County Assessor s office at (402)225- 2401. Susan Rogers Nuckolls Co. Assessor 31-2C Item 3. Council by majority vote approved the Eagles request for a beer garden. Item 4. Council bymajority vote tabled discussion on North Ward School. Item 5. Council by majority vote adopted Ordinance 1132 "AN ORDI- NANCE TO AMEND SECTION 4.14.07 OF THE ZONING ORDI- NANCE OF THE CITY OF SUPE- RIOR, NEBRASKA, THE SAME BEING ORDINANCE NO. 1073; TO PROVIDE FOR THE REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES OR SECTIONS, TO PROVIDE FOR THE EFFECTIVE D ATE THEREOF; AND TO ORDER THE PUBLICATION OF THE ORDINANCE IN PAMAPHLET FORM, 3RD READING: Item 6. Council by majority vote adopted Ordinance 1133, "An ordi- nance to amend the zoning ordinance of the City of Superior, Nebraska, the same being Ordinance No. 1073, to change the tracts of land described as theSouth 100, of Lot 46, Lot 47, Lot 48, and the South 75, of Lot 41 of the South Superior Addition, Supermr, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, FROM I- 1, Light Industrial District to MDR, Medium Density Residential District; to provide for the repeal of conflicting ordinances or sections; to provide for the effective date thereof AND OR- DERED TO BE PUBLISHED IN PAMPHLET FORM, 3RD reading. Item 7. Council by majority vote adopted Ordinance 1134 .- An ordi- nance to amend the zoning ordinance of the City Of Superior, Nebraska, 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, Nebraska, FROM I- 1, Light Industrial District 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, 3rd reading. Item 8. Council by majority vote approved the SCEDD Professional Ser- 'vices Agreement for the CDBG grant. Item 9. This item on housing was a miscommunication and correct topic will be on next agenda. Item 10. Travel requests were heard. Item 11. Committee reports were given. Meeting adjourned. Sonia K. Schmidt, Mayor ATTEST: Jan Diehl, City Clerk July Utility Claims; BNSF Rail- road 1,200.00; Edward Jones Invest- ments 2,013.69; Gary Thompson Agency 72,862.00;Great America Leasing Corp 53.26; Great Plains One Call 40.14; Hawkins, lnc 674.43; League of Nebraska Mun 1,610.00; Miller Associates 12,927.00; Nebraska Municipal Power Pool 308.15; Ne- braska Power Review Board 210.88; Nebraska Public Health Lab 35.00; Olsson Associates 4,985.76;Servi- Tech Inc. 97.85; Solomon Corp. 1 ;278.00; South Central Public Power 2,375.27; Lila Wilson 260.00; NE Dept of Revenue 17,089.61; Federal De- posit 5,7786; American Family Life 350.00; BC/BS 14,056.36; Carlson Ser- vice Co440.52; John Druba 115.00; Pamida 41.90; Standard Ins 574.56; UCI Utility Consultants Inc 240.00; Verizon Wireless 125.96; Salaries 17,963.68. July City Claims: A-N-Z Concrete Landscaping 250.00; Betka Plumbing & Htg 724.94; Central Community College 105.00; Crowl Tree & Con- struction 500,00; Deterding 100.64; Gary Thompson Agency, Inc 48,936.00; Holiday Inn Express 765.00; In the Swim 80.92; NSVFA 680.00; US Dept of Education 19.38; NE Dept of Revenue 880.00; The Ar- chitectural Partnership 262.50; Ameri- can Family Life 611.76;BCtBS 10,965.98; Central United Life 100.02; County Clerk 5.50; John Druba 95.00; Quality Red D Mix 32,458.25; Stan- dard Insurance 317.89; Federal De- posit 3,969.66; Lord Abbott 1252.23; ity 0 f Superior 1,511.20; City of Su- Tax 4,166.67; Superior Corp 6,250.00; Salaries YOU CAN'T CONTROL THE WORLD, BUT AT LEAST YOU CAN CONTROL YOUR DECISIONS. Sometimes the market reacts poorly to world events, but just because the market reacts doesn't mean you should. Still, if you're feeling uncertain about your finances, schedule a complimentary portfolio review. That way, you can make sure you're in control of where you want to go and how you plan to get there. Call or stop by today. Ed Wyatt, AAMS Firanciai Advisor 321 N Central Ave Suoerior, NE 68978 402-879-4646 N.edwardjones.om Member SIPC A complete text of the Resolutions and Ordinances m ' ' ' ' a in the Cty Clerk s Office and able for public inspection duri lar business hours. (Published Aug 4, 2011, in Superior Expres Newspal Notice of Meeting Notice is hereby given, that ing of the Board of Educatiol School District of Superior in th ties of Nuckolls, Webster, and' in the State of Nebraskal County School District No. 01 be held at 7:30 o'clock PM on 2011, in the Senior High Libr District. This meeting is ope public. The agenda, which ! kept continually current, is available for public'inspectic Superintendent's office of High School during normal hours. (Published Aug. 4, 20 in The Superior Expre Notice of ESU 9 Board 1 The regular monthly meet board of Educational Servk will be held on Monday, 2011, at 6 p.m. in the ESt conference room, 1117 E So in Hastings. In the event the unable to meet on this date, th tive meeting date will be 4inutes, e on file re avail- g regu- 31-1c the ,er) a meet- of the :Coun- ['hayer, uckolls lwill Aug 8, y in the a to the hall be readily a at the ,uperior rosiness 31-1c ?1 s) Eeeting ng of the e Unit 9 ug. 15, f 9 main tth Street board is altema- ruesday, Aug. 16, 2022 at 6 p.m. An agenda confining a listing of subjects requiring the attent;on of the board is available for public ispection during normal business hors in the ESU 9 main office. Except for items of an emergency nature, the agenda will not be enlarged later than-24 hours before the scheduled commbncement of the meeting. Sue Brown, board secre (Published Aug..4. 2. q 1 in The Superior Exptess) Superior Developm ent .Corporation Protect ings Meeting was held at the 17 ,lks Lodge at noon July 28, Tinkham lresiding. Minutes of the July 141 meeting were approved. Committee reports were wesented and approved. Correspondence was dis ussed. Meeting was adjourned a  1:03 p.m. The next meeting is sch .duled for noon Aug. 11 at the Elks )dge. 31-1c I Highland :arY31,1c By IvaLee Jacobitz Mr. and Mrs. Ron Porte: the funeral for Charles Sell day at Hastings. They visite Mrs. Norbert Fleck later. LaVeta played cards at the Mr. and Mrs. Dale Frahm S Muriel Follmer joined , coffee at the coffee shop Lacey Follmer visited Mud, Dennis wasa supper guest; Jace and Joel Hoelting Sl z day with Ron and LaVeta Mr. and Mrs. Don Cas Sunday evening and Mond at the Charles Sell home in They attended the funeral day. Dale Sell and family sl Don affd Peggy Cassell through Thursday. Mrs. John Jensen staye( through Saturday with her b family at Cheyenne, Wyo joyed all the festivities conn Frontier Days while there. lvalee Jacobitz visite Ardyce Wolfe Wednesday and Fri tay. Evan and Emily Jacobitz were F iday lunch guests of Ivalee and ovem ght guests Saturday. Ivalee visited M ;. and Mrs. Bruce Jacobitz Friday even ng. Satur- daymoming, Ivalee attende tgraveside services for Barbara Price at the Nelson Cemetery. J Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hoeycutt of Haven, Kan., Marvin HonCYcutt, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Honeycu R, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lammers, Marly$ McClure, Mr. and Mrs. Royce Goqzales, and Chris McClure attended a family re- union consisting of the H tgh Young family and MyrtleThomps n family at the Nelson Legion Sunday Sunday visitors we:e Becky Jacobitz, Michael, and Jao b. ' attended Wednes- d Mr.and Ron and home of anday. thers for Tuesday. !l Frida y, ent Satur- alter. ell spent y evening Hastings. Wednes- ayed with Tuesday l Tuesday :other and ; she en- .cted with Edward Jones MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING