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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, August 18, 2011 m i i Pub ic Notices (First published Aug. I1, 2011 in All work is to be guaranteed for a The Superior Express) period of one year following final ac- ceptance, Pai'tial payments will be Invitations for Bids The City of Superior will receive bids until 2 p.m., local time, Sept. 7, 2011, at the City Office, 135 West 4th, Superior, Neb.. 68978, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and all bid prices read aloud for furnishing eqmpment, material, and labor for the construction of the project entitled "Gas Distribution System Re- placement Phase 3, Superior, Nebraska - 201 l". The project is briefly described as follows: Base Bid Section: made monthly, on the basis of ninety percent, of the amount of work done and materials supplied. Final payment will be made within thirty days after final acceptance of completed work by the owner: The successful bidder shall supply a performance bond and a pay- ment bond executed by a corporate surety licensed in the State of Ne- braska in an amount equal to I00 per- cent of the contract price as part of his contract. The City of Superior reserves the right to accept any bid which it deems The troject shall consist of furnish- most advantageous to the city, and to ing all labor, material and equipment reject any or all bids submitted and to forconsu,ctionofapproximately2,670 hold as mtiny bids as it desires for L.F. of 4 natural gas main, 18,927 ___consideration for a period of sixty (60) L.F. of 2" natural gas mare, .new xg, -days after the bids are open. vice connections, miscellaneous pip- ing, fittings and tie-ins, testing, and miscel/aneous items as described in the plans and specifications Efivelopes containing the bids shall be sealed and must be accompanied by a certified check or bidder's bond in an amount of not less than five percent of the amountbid The check(s)or bond(s) shall be made payable to City of Supe- rior as security that the bidder(s) to whom the award(s) are made will enter By order of th e mayor and city council, City of Superior, Nebraska. (Signed) Sonia Schmidt-mayor City Seal ATTEST: City Clerk 321c tion may be obtai[ Surface Water Pe Department at through the Dep: www.dnr.n SW_NoticeofApt Objections mu Department by 5: ber 2,2011. Date of Notio (First Publis, in The Sulc Notice of In In the Count County, Nebrasl Estate of Orl ceased. Estate 1 Notice is here 28,2011 in-the C, oils County, Neb sued a written s probate of the wi that Vaughn L. 13 is 2950 220 Roa 68978, was infc the registrar as tative of the esta Creditors of their claims with Oct. 5, 2011, oJ Diana Wehnn Clerk of the ( Nuckolls Cot P.O. Box 372 Nelson, Neb, Michael L. John ed by contacting the rmits section of the 402) 471-2363 or rtment's website at sfiled.html. t be received by the 30 p.m. on Septem- August 3, 2011. 31-3c ed Aug. 4, 2011, erior Express) formal Probate i Court of Nuckolls a. in W. Bargen, de- 'o. PRll-16 Dy given that on July_ runty Court of Nuck- aska, the register is- tatement of informal 1 of said decedent and argen, whose address !, Superior, Nebraska rmally appointed by e personal represen- e. this estate must file this court on or before be forever barred. tan '.ounty Court nty Com-t 68961-0372 son (Bar ID 15090) The following claims were pre- sented for payment: Hawkins Inc., $233.75; Moeller Electric, 162.37; Superior Implement, 123.36; Ideal Market, 15.62; Jim Roberts. 35.00: Aurora Coop, 40.08; Ace Hardware. 84.51: Fort Dearborn, 89.44; Federal Deposit, 367.02; Petro Plus. 56.80: South Central Power, 723.67; Nebraska PubliclHealth Lab, 10.00; Great Ptains One-Call, 9.95; Superior Utilities, 861,79; Sam Clark, 14.56; Superior Publishing, 23.76; Trustee Salary, 150.00: Employee Salary, 1.590.00. A motion to pay the claims carried by majority vote. In other activity, Resolution 11-07 declaring the Village's 1968 Caterpil- lar Motor Grader as surplus property carried by majority vote. Chairperson Renz reported on the Health Board activity. Clark gave the delinquent water report. Meeting adjourned. A completer text of minutes, reso- lutions and ordinances are on file in the Village office and are available for public inspection. 33-1 c (First Published Aug. 18, 2011 m The Superior_Express) Notice of Waiver of Final Account Estate of Lila Uyvonne Knehans. deceased. Estate No. PR10-30 ' Notice is hereby given that a waiver of final account and report of adminis- tration and a petition for complete rote contract to build the improve- ments bid upon and furnish the re- quired bonds and insurance. The enve- lopes containing bids shall be marked as follows: Mayor and City Council c/o Jan Diehl. City Clerk City of Superior 135 West 4th Street Superior. NE 68978 Proposal For: "Gas Distribution System Replacement Phase 3 Supe- rior. Nebraska - 2011" Bids Received: Sept. 7,2011, 2:00 p.m.. local time. city office, 135 West 4th Street, Superior, Nebraska 68978. Plans and specifications are on file m the office of the City of Superior; Grand Island Plan Service, 309 West 2nd. Grand Island, Neb.; Lincoln Builders Bureau, 5910 S. 58th Street, Suite C, Lincoln, Neb.. 68516; Omaha Builders Exchange, 4255 S. 94th Street, Omaha, Neb., 68127; Central Nebraska Plan Service. 522 N Poplar, North Platte, Neb., 69103; Hastings Building Bureau. 301 South Burlington. Neb., 68901: Kearney Builders Plan Ser- vice. 1007 Second Avenue. Kearney, Neb., 68848; and may be obtained from the office of the Engineer, Olsson As- sociates. 701 4th Avenue. Suite 2C, P.O. Box 885. Holdrege, Neb., 68949, for a nonrefundable charge of $80 (for 1 l"xl 7" plans). Unsuccessful bidders are requested to return the plans and specifications. (First Published Aug 4, 2011, in the Superior Express Newspaper) STATE OF NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES NOTICE OF APPLICATION Leininger, Smit] CRT-2136 FOR APPROPRIATION D-10BR Baack, Placzeck Hitchcock County 104 N. Wheeler Water Division 2-B P.O. Box 790 Notice is hereby given that on July Grand Island, N 13,2011, Donald L. Crews, Secretary- Telephone: 308. Treasurer, Crews Farms, LLC, filed in the Department of Natural Resources (Department) application CRT-2136 for a Permit to Transfer the Location of Use and Type of Use Of Surface Water Appropriation for on Docket D- 10BR. (First Publis, in The Sur Notice of In the Count County, Nebras I, Johnson, & Allen Street b. 68802 382-1930 31-3c zedAug. 4. 2011, erior Express) Appointment Court of Nuckolls a. Water appropriation Docket D- 10BR, with a prioritydate of Decem _ ceased: bet 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 theNW 1/4 SW 1/4 of Section 17, Township 3 North, Range 31 West of the 6 m P.NTI. in Hitchcock County to irrigate 81.50 acres. This application was filed as a re- quirement for participation in the Ne- braska Platte-Republican Resources Area Conservation Reserve Enhance- ment Program (CREP). The proposed location of use is downstream of the Estate of LaTy L. Juergens, de- Estate ] lo, PRll-12 Notice is her, ;by given that on July 12, 2011 in the ounty CoUrt of Nuck- oils County, lebraska. David D. Downing whos  address is 355 N. Commercial Av mue, Superior, Neb. 68978 was appcinted by the court as personal representative of the estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this court on or before Oct. 5, 2011, el be forever barred. Diane Wehrr aan Clerk of the q;ounty Court Nuckolls Co mty Court current point of diversion to the point where the Republican River crosses the Nebraska/Kansas state line. The proposed change is to be temporary for the term of the CREP contract, which will be nine years. Under the provisions of Neb. Rev. Star. 46-29 l(l)(e) the quantity of wa- ter that is transferred to the new use may not exceed the historic consump- P.O. Box 371 Nelson, NeN 68961-0372 Randall Alexanler (Bar ID 15337) Downing, Alex,nder & Wood 355 N. Commegcial, P.O. BOx 185 Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-4751 ] 31-3c / (Published Aug. 18,2011, settlement, probate of will and deter- ruination of heirs have been filed and are set for hearing in the county court of Nuckolls County, Neb., located at Nuckolls County Courthouse, Nelson, Neb.. 68961, on Sept. 27,2011. at or after 9:30 o'clock a.m. ROger Paul Knehans Personal Representative 1488 342nd Street Strawberry Point, Iowa 52076 RandalLAlexander Bar ID 15337 Dow0ing, Alexander and Wood 355 N Commercial, P.O. Box 185 Superior, Neb. 68978 (402) 879-4751 33-3c (Published Aug. 18, 2011 in The Superior Express) City of Superior Minutes August 8, 2011 Meeting of the mayor and council of Superior. Nebraska was convened m open and public session on the 8th day of August 2011 in the conference room of the City-Utility Building at 7:30 p.m. Present were council mem- bers Jensby, Littrell, Fox, Ward. Lemke. Absent: Tipton. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by posting in the city clerk's office. mumcipal library and Public Safety Building, the designated method of giving notice. Availability of the pro- ceedings hereafter shown was taken while the convened meeting was open to the public. Mayor Schmidt noted that a copy of the Open Meetings Act The low bidder shall supply the tive use under the appropriation or names and addresses of major material portion thereof being transferred The .: supplfefS ihfl gtig:dOiiactdfS hettf6:' diVe rSiiSfiTatffcdbie:feet.-persecond quired to do so by he owner, described above is the totN )tppropria- The engineer is Olsson Associates ; and, all communication relative to the work prior to the opening of bids shall be directed to Carlos Medina or Joe Baxter al 402-463-0240. The " Engineer's address is 800 West 3rd i Street. Suite 219. Hastings, Neb., 68901. tion that is attached to the acres de- scribed above. Any interested person may object to and request a hearing onthe applica- tion by filing such objections in writ- ing specifically stating the grounds for each objection. Additional project in- formation and procedures for objec- ::::::::::: : ..................................... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: II:i:I!!IiIINII5I iI I 2i iI::::!it! The Nuckolls County Courthouse North Parking Lot will be closed all day on Friday, Aug. 19 for resurfacing Please park on the side streets or in the church parking lot. Flatbed Drivers =" '- .,,. Ask Today llffI NI$S A PAYCHECKI A00o, oo, . NEW SNI '="='`""' =.c.=, two ... or ...... We pay for exprlence, Company Driver and Owner Operator Opportunities. CHIEFE00 """'""'" OTR Experience Required. CAFl1211l=I t88.4 715.4578 in The Superior Express) VIL,LAGE OF HARDY PROCEEDINGS A meeting ot the Board Of Trustees of the Village of Hardy, Nebraska was held at the VillSge of Hardy Fire Hall on the, ninth dayof August, 2011, at five o clock p.. All trustees were present to ans er the roll call. Chair- person Renz pltblicly stated to all in attendance that a current copy of the Nebraska Opera neetings Act was avail- able for review and indicated the loca- tion of such co y posted in the room where the meet ng was held. The followir g items took placedur- ing the regular genda: The minutes of the July 12, 2 011, meeting were pproved by majority vote. A motiot to approve the July Treasurer's Re ort carried by majority vote. Reminder ..... ". was posted on the west wall and avail- able for public re'iew ...... - Council by majority vote approved Tipton' s absence. Mayor Schmidt presiding at the meeting. Utilities Section: Item 1. Council by majority vote approved the August utility claims. Item 2. Council by majority vote accepted the July utility treasurer's report Item 3. Council by majority vote approved bidding the utility recap Phase 5 project. Item 4. Council by majority vote adopted Resolution 2011-21 writing off delinquent accounts receivable ac- counts; to harmonize with state law: to repeal conflicting resolutions and sec- tions; to provide and effective date and Second Half 2010 ordered to be published in pamphlet form. Item 5. Council by majority vote proved the settlement and autho- rized payment to Caterpillar finance for the mini-excavator. City Section: Item 1. Council by majority vote approved the July 25, 2011 meeting minutes. Item 2. Council by majority vote approved the August city claims. Item 3. Council by majority vote accepteff the July city treasurer's re- port. Item 4. Council tabled the donation request from Candy Cane Lane. Item 5. Mayor Schmidt discussed her plans for the Task Force Commit- tee she is appointing to study the North and South Ward Schools for redevel- opment. Item 6. Council tabled discussion on the Phase 1 plans for the City Audi- torium. Item 7. Council by majority vote approved additional lifeguards to help complete the swimming season. Item 8. Council approved additional claim from Don Fintel. Item 9. Council by majority vote adopted Resolution 2011-22 declaring excess books in the library; to harmo- nize with state law; to repeal conflict- ing resolutions and sections; to pro- vide an effective date and ordered to be published in pamphlet form. Item 10. No travel requests. Item 11. Various committee reports were given. Meeting adjourned. Sonia K. Schmidt, Mayor ATTEST: Jan Diehl, City Clerk August Uility Claims Chamber of COmmerce, 1,083.33; Cummins Central Power LLC, 865.89; Glenwood Tek communicati0ns, 350.10; Groebrer & Associates, 120.10: Holiday It n-Keamey, 363.54; Ideal Market, 6 67.03: Industrial 36,721.15; Kriz- Pipe & Steel SupF Linweld. 12.88: 289.64; NDEQ-F Officenet, 190.5( L91; Ideal Market, ?recess Technology, ,avis, 1,023.66; Kully ly, 328.61; Matheson Mutual of Omaha, seal Service, 150.00; Olsson Associates, 2,882.10; ParamOunt Linen & Uni- form. 199.64; Petro Plus, L419.42; SD Fertilizer, 343.74; South Central Pub- lic Power Dist, 1,  93.27; Superior Ace Hardware. 310.69; Superior Fire Ex- tinguisher, 161.00. Superior iNET, 149.95; Superior Outdoor Power, 77.06; Superior Pub- lishing, 47.93; Superior Utilities, 3.717.76: USA Blue Book, 160.47; Windstream, 809.14; Paramount Linen & Uniform. 6.00: Eugene Johffon. 30.00: Nebraska Public Power Dis- trict, 197,094.87; Louise Peterson, 30.00; Sheila Thomas, 30.00; Post Office. 267.54; Derek Lipker. 517.36; Doug Rogers. 100.00; Susan Bose, 11.56; Kendall Fleming, 105.96; Sharon Hammons, 101.22: Cindy Harmon. 234.87; Jim & Carol Matthews. 1.36; Shane Siler. 49.94; Superior Ace Hai'dware. 14.50; Post Office, 19.25 ;. Lord Abbett. 2,426.27; Nebraska Dept of Revenue. 1,685.51; Federal Deposit. 5,999.66; Industrial Process Technotogy, 81.861.30: Su- perior Utilities, 1,445.87; Blackburn, 222.20: Brody Chemical. 209.50; City of Superior, 20,209.38; Great Plains One-Call. 26.83: Hawkins, Inc., 1.448.01:MC2 Inc., 478.12; National Public Gas Agency, 26,907.57; South- ern Cross Corp, 92.08; Salaries, 18.942.93. August City Claims B-Green LaWn Care, 40.90; Busi- ness World Products, 172.96; Cash- Wa Candy Co. 114.76: Don Fintel, 600.00;'Edward Jones Investments, 1.099.87: Farm Plan, 100.00; Fastenal Company, 142.63; Gary Thompson REAL ESTATE & PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES Are Delinquent September 1, 2011 Courthouse office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ]Monday thru Friday ,, i Please note: CoUrthouse will be dosed on ,Labor Day September 5, 2011 Vicki K Ensign ' Nuckolls County Treasurer PO Box 363 Nelson, NE 68961-0363 (402) 225-4351 gatana Summit, a leading supplier of wind towers m North America, is now/#ring for all positions at the Columbus. NE location. A large contract, beginning in Sept. 2011. requires additional staff in all areas of production )lish weld process & quality parameters for led arc weld operations. Staff Accountant: 2 Years Experience and Sub arc. Level t: Assemblers: Mecha ically inclined. !eavy equipment. and benefits check us out online at Apply at 1600 E. 29th Ave. Columbus. NE 68601 or at Workforce Development. EOE Agency, 215]00; HSBC Business So- lutions, 488.97; Ideal Market, 70.88; Matheson Tri-Gas, 78.82; Midland Guide Rock Area Agency, 1,266.67; Mikkelsen Farm & Lumber, 552.50. Municipal Emergency Services, came to visit his father, 2,143.54; Mutual of Omaha, 197.52; Jeanette; he stayed from Thu NE Dept 0f Revenue, 813.40; Nu Co til Saturday with them. Whih SheriffsOffice,550.00;Pamida, 28.87; helped his dad with farm cl Paramount Linen & Uniforms, 40.88; gathered up family antique Petro Plus, 4,627.06; Platte Valley home. Terrell is now teachi Comm, 115.50; Quality Red D Mix, University of Arkansas and 3,043.00; Sandra Schendt, 930.00; school. Subjects include ma Stephen Diehl, 25.00; Superior Ace elegy. He was an entomol Hardware, 333.76: Superior Deshler, who studies bugs) forAbbott 167.49; Superior Motor Parts, 13.49; 38 years. His wife, Rhonda Superior Publishing, 213.91: Superior cancer, so theft daughter, An Utilities,,7,457.00; Superior Utilities, with her while Terrell was 268.57; Superior Utilities, 3,000,00; The eight people who atte Superior Utilities, 6,250.00; Superior week'sWednesdaycoffeehc iNET, 29.99; Ti(mothy Schmidt, several rounds ofgamesur 150.00; Windstream, 409.36; Verizon body had won two prizes. A Wireless, 292.83; City of Superior, theysharedyellowcake, choo 3,000.00. and cherry chip cake, toe NE Child Support Pymt Center, WandaLanger's cherry pie f 83.08; US Dept of Edt(cation, 45.02; she brought for her yellow FederalDeposit,3,869.74;CLIALabo- "cause she didn't put icin ratory Program, 150.00; CPI Coopera- Caroldene Williams was bac tive Producers, 1,126.09; Drudik's firsttimesinceshecamedow Electric, 250.00; Superior Vol Rescue flu two months ago. Good to Squad, 705.00; B-Green Lawn Care, back. Ruth Robb was also th 445.00; Brodstone Mem Hospital,. There's a recycling traile 92.00; Superior Outdoor Power Cen- the community center. A quic ter, 350.42; Derek Clark. 8.72; Post- we were driving past indica master, 5.59; Andrew Diehl, 17.10; are six different bins on the I salaries, 16,677.13. now we can get rid of all the r, A complete text of the minutes, stuff we've been storing. Co resolutions and ordinances are on file tions to the town board for the in the city clerk's office and are avail- efforts to get the able for public inspection during regu- back. lar business hours. 33- lc (Published Aug. 18, 2011 Courthouse in The Superior Express) Nuckolls County Proceedings of the Superior Development Corporation County Traffic' Co Meeting called to order at 12:15 Speeding; Christopher p.m. attheElks Lodge by Price. Min- Utica, $25; Eduardo C utes of the July 28th meeting were Decatur, Ill, $25; Eduardo approved. Treasurer's report was ap- Decatur, Ill. $25;Stacia R proved. Bills to be paid totaling Nora,$25;DawnA BrownA $2,253.89 were rewewed and ap- Kan.,$25; proved. Michael R, Hoops, By Chamber report by Kniep, weight tandem axle by 1,00t Triathlon, Sidewalk sale, and Ambas- overweight tandem axle by, sadors' golf tourney all successful. $150. i Terrell Pritts of Little Re zk, Ark., vin, and rsday un- ,,there, he ores and to carry ng at the tt a home h and bi- gist (one Corp. for is ill with y, stayed 3ne. aded last trplayed til every- 'terwards late cake )ed with lling that cake be- g on it. k for the with the have her ere. back at k look as es there ailer. So ',cyclable agratula ir tireless WS rt . Smith, amacho, ;amacho, Gebers, ourtland, on, over- } lbs, $25; ,7001bs, Teacher appreciation supper and wel- Jamison W. Nejezchleb, )eweese, come scheduled for Friday Aug. 12 at Dave's Place. Customer appreciation no operator's License, $75. and homecomingsupper scheduled for County Civil Corn t Thursday Sept. 15. Theresa Sullivan, Capital One Bank (USA) N. A. vs. CPA, hasjoinedthechamber.Thecom- Jason S. Miller, Superior, iudgment munity improvement award is at the entered. country club. County Criminal Co art State of Nebraska vs. Ct ristopher Business development, website R. Roberts, Hardy, attempt of a class committee and tourism presented re- 3a or class 4 felony, $500, sx months ports, all approved, jail probation. Correspondence included a grant StateofNebraskavs.LarryD.Wills, worksho p on Brownfield properties Superior, Count 1 - driving luring re- On Sept. 1 inHoldredgeandTheSENR vocation, $300 and license].rhpounded quarterly meeting in Wahoo on Sept. two years,'Count 2 - speediog, $25. 21. State of Nebraska vs. Stphanie R. Discussion topics included the signage for the city and the upcoming Bundy, Superior, driving t nder sus- NEDA conference, pension, $100. State of Nebraska v,,. Robert Meeting was adjourned at 12:49 MendozaJr.. Superior, drivingduring p.m. by Price. Next meeting will be at the Elks revocation. $300 and licens revoked Lodge at noon on Aug.25. 33-1c one year. State of Nebraska vs. Bnm J. Neis, Harvard, Ctl - unlawful-fie tfious dis- (Published Aug. 18, 2011 play of plate, $100; Ct2 - ' proof of in The Superior Express) insurance, $200. Proceedings of the State of Nebraska v,. Dianna Superior City Council Walker, Superior, disorderly conduct, Meeting of the mayor and council $50. of Superior, Neb., was convened in Marriages open and public session on the 15th BrockAnthonyCormanndKristen day of August, 201 l, in the conference Leigh Sweet were married 9n July 30 room of the city utility building at 7 in Superior by the Rev. Joce] ynTupper p.m. Present were council members with Jennifer Krehbiel an ] Cassidy Jensby, Littrell, Fox, Tipton and Corman as witnesses. nd Shelbi Lemke. Absent: Ward. Notice of the Larry David Wills Jr. meeting was given in advance thereof Chrissie Martin were marri :d on Aug. by posting in the city clerk's office, 5 in Nelson by Nuckolls Co mty Court municipal library and public safety Magistrate DianaWehrmat with Matt building, thedesignatedmethodofgiv- Imler and Shayla Martin a, witnesses ing notice. Availability of the proceed- James David Hill and q eresa Ann Fish were married on Aug. 5 in Supe- ings hereafter shown was taken while rior by the Rev. Mark Diehl with the convened meeting was open to the Jaymason Hill and Abbie lish as wit- public. Mayor Schmidt noted a copy nesses, , q oftheopenmeetingsactwaspostedon Cody Allen Bohlen nd Hatey the west wall and available for public Nicole Shroyer were marri#d on Aug. review. Council by majority vote approved 6, in Deweese by Nuckols County Ward' s absence. Court Magistrate Diana Werrnan with Schmidt presiding at the meeting. Jared Shroyer and Chelset Baker as Item 1. Sam Clark, city comptrol- witnesses. ler, discussed the city and utility Brandon Edward Seim nd Jessica 2011-2012 budget. Lynn Soto were married o Aug. 7 in Meeting adjourned. Republican City by Nuck 4Is County Sonia K. Schmidt, mayor Court Magistrate Diana We arman with Attest: Michelle Seim and Julie ynn Hayes Jan Diehl, city clerk as witnesses. A complete text of the minutes, Real Estate Tran ers resolutions and ordinances are on file Michael T. Atchison, tchison In- in the city clerk's office and are avail- vestment Co. L.L.C to  errence L. able forpublic inspection during regu- Benson Lot 9 in Block 10 of Nelson. lar business hours. 33- lc Edd Epley, Ruth Epley, dna Epley to Lance S. Williams, Kath ryn L. Wil- liams, a tract in NE I/4 16.2-6. It takes great wisdom to laugh at Nancy K. Walsh, Paul Walsh and one's own misfortunes. Marcus B. Meyer, perso al Rrepre- sentative, Janice E. Dake. V ayne Dake, A man is rich in proportion to the Stanley E. Meyer, Carolyr M. Meyer, number of things he can afford to let Calvin B. Meyer Estate tolBarbara A. alone. Howe, Richard L. Howe. a ract in NW 1/4 25-1-7. Free Estimates Free On-Site Consu Itation Fully Insure Contractor (60 yr, warranty) (40 yr. warranty) 16 colors available 90 MPH Wind Load / 30lb. Truss load Site Preparation available Macular Degenera LPN/PRN NEEDED LPN/PRN to start for a progressive rural heat department serving 5 counties. Seeking an LP to work primarily with the immunization pn gram. This person will help staffl weekly ar other special clinics. Possible room for growl into other programs as the need arises. Set resume and references to Sonya Williamson,