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8#. THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Pubhc Notices a, t ,~ (Firs published Sept. 23.2010. in The Superior Express) Notice to Parents ~c ,:_ice to Parents who may have ,~d a child involved in the early inter- - ention or early development network ,r~ogram during the program year of ;~rptember, 2003, to August. 2004. ",-' Your child's services coordination records will be destroyed unless you '~ontact the office by Oct. 31. 2010. ;'(402)462-4187 ext. 122 or I (800)782- ;'r 50. "."- Miki Hajny Early Development Network ;'2" Services Coordination 38-2c ":" (First published Sept. 9. 2010, .., in The Superior Express) Notice of Informal Probate of Will ,;.,, In the County Court of Nuckolls j~ounty, Nebraska. ,; Estate of Donald D. Gebers. de- ceased. Estate No. PR 10-25 Notice is hereby given that on Sep- - ¢. ,-, , mber 2. 2010, in the county court of ..f uckolls County, Nebraska, the regis- ,(rar issued a written statement of infor- real probate of the will of said decedent • .and that Thomas J. Gebers whose ad- • i~lress is 1412 Road P. Geneva Neb. 1 .. . . ' 5,68361 was informally appointed by ~. bhe regi strar as personal representative 5;9f the estate. .,.~, Creditors of this estate must file ,.t,heir claims with this court on or before c,;Nov. 8.2010.. or be forever barred. ~,;, DianaL. Wehrman Clerk of the County Court • ':P.o. Box 372 w,.Nelson, Neb. 68961 ,, rTimothy S. Schmidt. 15160 L" ,,.,;213 East Third Street .~: Superior. Neb. 68961 :,r, 402-879-4733 :..Attomey for the Estate 36-3c .,.,!Published Thursday. Sept. 23. 2010 m The Superior Express) :'~~ Proceedings of the Nuckolls • County Board of Equalization September 13. 2010 The Nuckolls County Board of Equalization met Sept. 13.2010 in the ',.'board meeting room at the courthouse. Nelson. Neb.. per recess of Aug. 2. :•,:2010 board of Equalization meeting. ,.:.The aNcnda of said meeting was remit- :,ted to board members in advance of the -..,meeting and was posted in the county s office and on the county website. Chairman Corman approved the agenda I,i-.Bad the Aug. 2.2010 minutes. Corman ]{ V[jke Vlei~tei- ~F~ACIOU% ~A hen we receive it our&elwes. However. Dave Heine- t~nart has looked out for . ',mscltt nfl L.s Lcen ungracious when he's received assistance. He has attacked the stimulus package only to turn around and use it to cover his budget prob- lems. $581 million in stimulus dollars went to shore up the budget and we're still $750 million in the hole. He may say he's against it. but the stimulus has been Dave Heineman's friend. It ~_ivc5 him something to posture ag- ainst, pandering to voters while at the same time it rescues him from a $1.3 billion budget shortfall. You can!t have it both ways. If Dave Heineman wants to say he's against the stirnulus, even though he signed a letter asking for more. that's his right. 13ut is at.honest7 What is first on his mind, politics or working Nebraskans? 1 will not put politics ahead of Nebraska fami- lies. Vote Mike Meister for ~.o.ornor. and I ~vill bring integrity back the Governor's office. Thursday, September 23, 2010 announced the 'Open Meetings Act Law' is posted in the commissioners board meeting room and handouts are available. The board of equalization recon- vened at 11:03 a.m. A motion was made by Corman and seconded by Brown to approve the motor vehicle exemption application submitted by Superior Church of Christ for a 2002 Chevrolet van used to trans- port members and youth trips for church events. Corman. Brown and Combs all voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. A motion was made by Combs and seconded by Corman to approve the motor vehicle exemption application submitted by Good Samaritan Soci- ety-Superior for a 1995 Ford RNS used tO do maintenance tasks, run tab speci- mens to BMH, and run errands around town. Corman, Brown and Combs all voted aye. 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Chairman Corman recessed the board of equalization me~tiag at 11 : 12 a.m. Danny K Corman, chairman By: Jackie L Kassebaum County Clerk 38-1c (First published Sept, 9. 2010 in The Superior Express) Notice of Informal Probate of Will In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Betty Wehrman. deceased. Estate No. PR 10-24 Notice is hereby given that on Sep- tember 2. 2010 in the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. the regis- trar issued a written statement of infor- mal probate of the will of said decedent and that Joe Wehrman whose address is 3024 Road PQ, Nelson. Neb. 68961. was into: really appointed by the regis- trar as wrsonal representative of the estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this court on or before Nov. 8.2010. or be forever barred. Diana Wehrman Clerk of the County Court P.O. Box 372 Nelson, Neb. 6896 l (402) 225-2371 Wayne L. Garrison 11443 Garrison & Garrison 155 S. Main Nelson, Neb. 68961 (402) 225-2341 36-3c (Published Thursday Sept. 23. 2010 in The Superior Ev~ress J Superior Development Corporation Meeting September 8th, 2010 Meeting called toorder by Price at 12:20. Moved by Blum and seconded by Beam to accept the minutes of the August 26th meeting. Motion passed. Moved by Blum and seconded by Tipton to accept the treasurers re port as submitted. Motion passed. Moved by McGowan and seconded by Blum to pay bills as submitted: A. Utilities at Spec Bldg. of $15.98: B. Office expenses of $551.47: C. Supe- rior Publishing of $28.30: D. Secre- tary of State officc of $10.00. Motion passed. Chamber report was presented by Boy les and Trapp. Moved by Tinkham ooonaod by K lnn re approve the utility deposit of Little Mexico of $2,500. Motion passed. MEETING NOTICE The Lower Republican NRD will hold a Public Hearing at the District Office, 30 N. John Street Alma, Neb., Thursday, October 14th 2010 at 7 p.m. The purpose of the hearing is to receive public comment on the proposed amendment to our existing nte- grated Management Plan. The amendment in it~ entirety reads as follows: Utilize the provisions of Neb Rev Stat II 2-3226.01 at seq., including, but not limited to/2- 3226(4), upon action by its board, issue bonds and level an excise tax on qualified water users for the purpose of retiring the bonds, and to allow augmentation of the stream flow. This provision's pur- pose is to comply with the re- quarornont~ ot LB, ,562 by making reference to the foregoing stab utes and embracing and adopting projects of the kind described in Neb rev state § 2-3226(4) and other provisions of law. Written testimony must be re- ce/ved in the District office by 5 p.m. Oct.ober 14th, 2010. Ques- tions can be' directed to the LRNRD District office at 308-928- 2182 or 800-353-1297. 37-3e Moved by Isom and seconded byirregularities in bids received. Award seated for payment: . . ^ Report. Book 78.14; WESCO 409.22; Tipton to accept the Bylaws changes of the contract will be in accordance BetkaPlumbing 1,142.89, Miller & Item" .:t. COuncil by majority vote Windstream 805.31; Chad Hansen as submitted by Kniep and Garrison. with the county purchasing act's corn- Associates 600.._00, Cash-Wa Candy approved the request from the Chain- 30.00; Judy Kachanes 30.00; Joan Motion passed, petitive bidding considerations as set 39.80, Marian watson .tzsu.t~o, aouth ber of Commerce to block 4th Street Zielinski30.00;LynnandRenaScheets Moved by Tipton and seconded by forth in Neb.Rev.Stat. §§ 23-3110 to Central Power 932.75, Fort Dearborn fromCer, tral west to the alley on Sep- 110.00; Nancy Small 189.70; William Henderson to table the website discus- 23-3114, and the Nuckolts County 61.92, Nebraska Public Health Lab t~mber2;from 12:30p.m.to8p.m.for Thompson 110.00; US Postmaster sion until the next meeting. Motion Board Of Commissioners will, at its 10.00, Environmental Services the Cust(~/niffAppi~rei~ittOn Barbecue. 251.13; Post Office 4.90; Crowl Tree passed. Tinkham is to contact Brush discretion, award the contract on the 1,063.00, Great Plains One Cal141.05, Item 5. Council by majority vote Servicel,350.00;GlenwoodTelecom- Aft for more into on other citiesrepre- basis of the lowest responsible bid Renz Construction 1 000 00,Central accepted bids from Environmental munications 6,597.68; Hawkins Inc seated and other websites, received. Nuckolls County is an Equal National :227.00, Superior Utilities Services' for $1,786 for asbestos re- Tourism committee report was pre- Opporttinity Employer. • 1,209.13,CityofSuperior33:33,Baker moval andfrom J.L. Hopken Co. for Nuckoils County Clerk 37-3c & Sons 150.00, USA Bluebook 62.22, $5,800 fordemolition of the Jay Nielsen sented by Brittenham showing draft of USDA 8,940.82, Dale Tallent 55.00, property at 862 East 4th St. the community brochure and updates (First published Sept. 9. 2010 Sam Clark 10.41, SUperior Publishing Item (. Council by majority vote on the Quilting Guild meeting. • in The Superior Express) 36.11, Aurora Co-op 401.68, Trustee approved the liquor license applica- Moved by Henderson and seconded NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Salary 150.00, Employee salary tionforHarborFoodsLLCd.b.a.Little by Blum to adjourn. To whom it may concern: 700.00; Mexico. Meeting adjourned by Price at 1 : 12 You are hereby notified that the A motion to pay the claims carried Item 7. Council by majority vote P'mlqext meeting will be Thursday, following-described property will be byhaajority vote, adopted Resolution 2010-21 approv- trustee, at public auction to the highest budget, Resolution 10-05 approving nize with state law; to repeal conflict- Sept. 23, 2010 at the Elks at 12P8 c sold by Matthew D. Baack, successor Resolution 10-04 approving the ing the 2010-2011 budget; to iiarmo- " 38-1c bidder at the east door of the Nuclr, olls an additional 1 percentRestri&edFtmd- ing resolutions and sections; to pro- (First published Thursday, Sept. 16 in County Courthouse in Nelson, Nuck- Authority, and Resolution 10-06 up- vide an effective date and ordered to be The Superior Exl ress) ells County,Nebraska, on the. 18th day proving the same tax request as the published in pamphlet form Notice to Bidders of October, 2010, at 10:30 a.m. prior year all Carried by majority vote: -" Item , Council by majority vote Sealed bids will be received by the The North Fifty (50) feet of the In other action, Hardy Rural Fire adopted'P, esolution 2010-22 allowing Nuckolls County Clerk until October South Half (S 1/2) of Lot Two (2), was given permission to load water governmental unit an additional one 4, 2010 at 11:00 a.m., forthe construe- SouthSuperior, anadditiontotheOrigi- trueks:'in emergency situations from percent increase ot restricted fund au- tion eta concrete box culvert and other hal Town of Superior, Nuekoiis the hydrants in the water line between thority; t,. harmonize with state law; to related incidental work. The project is County, Nebraska. Superior and Hardy. Biairreported on repeal conflicting resolutions and sec- Thehighestbidderwilldepositwith the health board activities. Charlie tions; to provide an effective date and located on a county road between Sec. 17 & 20-T3N-R5W, Nuckolls County, Neb. The project is referred to as "Oak Southwest, C006502025" and shall in- clude all labor, materials, transporta- tion and equipment required for the construction of: Triple 12'x 12' x 42' concrete box culvert on a 10 degree RHB skew. Copies of the bid documents and specifications are open to public in- specnon at,the office of the Nuckolls County Clerk. 150 S. Main Street Nelson. Neb.. 68961• A set of docu- ments may be obtained from Mainelli Wagner & Associates. Inc. for a non- refundable fee of $30.00. (6920 Van Dora. Suite "A" Lincoln, Neb.. 68506 PH: 402-421-1717). All bid proposals mu t be submiited on t'he forms fur- nished with the bid documents. The sealed bids may be mailed or delivered to the County Clerk of Nuckolls County, County Courthouse, 150 S. Main Street Nelson, Neb.. 68961. and should be plainly marked as. "Construction Bid Proposal - Oak Southwest. C006502025". Along with its bid proposal, each bidder shall submit an unconditional bid bond or certified check made pay- able to the County Treasurer of Nuckolls County, Neb.. in an amount equal to five (5) percent of the bid proposal. Also. each bidder is to in- clude an estimated time of beginning and completion for the project with its bid proposal. Also. each bidder is to include an estimated time of beginning and completion for the project with its bid proposal. The desired completion date of the projectis April I. 2011. The successful bidder (i.e. contractor) will be al lowed forty-five (45) calendar days for completion of the project after be- ginning work at the site. Within ten tl0) days following the award of the contract, the successful bidder shall furnish a surety bond or bonds in an amountequal to or greater than the full amount of the contract. The surety and form of the bonds are subject to the acceptance by the Nuckolls County Board of Commis- sioners. The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any and all bids or to waive any the successor trustee, at the time of the: sale, a personal or cashier's check in the amount of $5,000.00, with the full purchase price, in certified funds, to be received by the trustee by 5 p.m. on the day of the sale, except this requirement is waived when the highest bidder is the beneficiary. The purchaser shall be responsible tbr all (1) real estate taxes; (2) special assessments; (3) easements, covenants, restrictions, ordinances and resolutions of record which affect the property; (4) prior mortgages and trust deeds of record; (5) prior liens;•(6); all applicable fees; (7) and any and all other taxes, including the documen- tary stamp tax. This property is sold "as is" and this sale is made without any warranties as to title or condition Of tile pi'0perty. Matthew D. Baack Successor Trustee Matthew D. Baack 23868 SEILER & PARKER, P.C, L.L.O. P.O Box 1288 Hastings. Neb. 68902-1288 (402) 463-3125 36-5c (Published Sept. 23, 2010 in The Superior Express) Village of Hardy Proceedings A meeting of the chairperson and board of trustees of the Village of Hardy, Nebraska was held at the Vil- lage of Hardy Fire Hall on the four- teenth day of September 2010. at five o'clock P.M. All trustees with the ex- Runyan, Sr. reported on efforts made at 412 Leavitt in cleaning up the prop- erty. Approval was given to take down adangerous tree located on Main Street. Clark gave the delinquent water re- port. Meeting adjourned. A complete text of minutes, resolu- tions, and ordinances are on file in the village office and are available for pub- lic inspection. 38-1c (Published Sept. 23. 2010 in The Superior Express) Proceedings City of Superior Council Meeting of the mayor and council of Superior. Nebraska was convened in open and public session on the 13th at 7:30 p.m. Present were council mem- bers Littrell, Ward, Jensby, Schmidt, Fox. Absent: Lemke. Notice of the • meeting was given in advance thereof by posting the City Clerk's Office, ception of Sjoholm were present to two public hearings, one at 7:45 p.m. answer the roll call. Chairperson Blair and one atS:00 p.m. publicly stated to all in attendance that Utilities Section a current copy of the NebraskaOpen Meeti ngs Act was available for review and indicated the location of such copy posted in the room where the meeting was held. The following items took place dur- ing the regular agenda. A motion to approve Sjoholms' absence carried by majority vote. A motion to approve the Skipped to Item 7. minutes of the Au~: 10, 20-10rrmetittg' Council cons~hsus to not partici- " r_ -- carried by majority• vote.~'r~w't~te-in-the ~ome Pamphlets. approve the August Treasurer's Re- port carried by majority vote. At 5:15 a public hearing on the 2010-2011 budget was opened by Chairperson Blair. After receiving no questions or comments. Chairperson Blair closed the public hearing at 5:18. The following claims were pre- INOTICE OF SUMMARY OF CHANGES TO BUDGET] Lower Republican NRD Shirlee Povser. Clerk-Secretary 2008-2009 Actual Disbursements & Transfers ..................................... $1,125,165.00 2009-2010 Actual Disbursements & Transfers ..................................... $1 194,488.00 2010-2011 Proposed Budget of Disbursements & Transfers ............... $4,208,106.00 2010-2011 Necessary Cash Reserve .................................................... $226,534.00 2010-2011 Total Resources Available ................................................. $4,434,640.00 Total 2010-2011 Personal & Real Property Tax Requirements .............. $760,100.00 Unused Budget Authority Created for Next Year .................................. $625,240.16 ,, Breakdown o~ Property Tax: ' Personal and Real Property Tax Required for Bonds $ Personal and Real Property Tax Required for All Other Purposes ......... $760,100.00 Budget was modified at Budge Hearing due to removal of Occupational Tax 100 long guns given away / 100 chances to win! SPORTSMAN'S RAFFLE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2010 Sesostris Shrine Center 1050 Saltillo Rd, Roca, NE (Highway 77 & Saltillo Rd) Doors Open at 9:00 am $20 per ticket / Call 474-6890 for tickets Visit for more information Payments are not deductible Proceeds are for the benefi, of Sesostris Shrmers [Now enrolling for Fall/Winter Classes "" ..,_ _ I Nebraska's only pnvate skin care school ..................... I'lnterest free financing iff' aYsiWaoXianl'Sch°larshipsavailableChemmu mPeoer ~mnue ~ ~..~_-..n..~-~-~"-7"T"~- n of" ....................... . ........ ...... vonced Aesthetics ; .......................................... ........ ........ " ...... I Elite Education & Doq Spa I W ............................ - ........... " ........ I Call now to beain your new career 402420-7346 I ~;.7"~~--'-~___ "~'~" I www advancedaest~ute112" Linco~n, NE I 22nff Annual & Gatatm E~-~lf ef ff',e Sa~&~ the ~,'e¢ 70 rears~ ordered to be published in pamphlet form. Item 9. Council by majority vote adopted Resolution 2010-23 regard- ing property tax request; to harmonize with state law: to repeal conflicting resolutions and sections: to provide an effective date and ordered to be pub- lished in pamphlet form. Item 10. Council by majority vote approved increasing the personal prop- erty limits for the library to $225,000. Item 1 I. Council by majority vote accepted Tom Johnson's resignation from the planning commission. Item 12. Council by majority vote approve.! Mayor Springer's appoints to the Cipzen Advisory Review Corn- t~t~ ttb'l~ Sttr twa C.tKte~e~ ~¢anr~ t( Find IIt,~ltm lur~ & I~111 =t the 7:45 p.m.-Public Hearing- City/ Utility 2010-201 ! Budget was held. Item 3. Council by majority vote adopted Resolution 2010-24 regard- ing electric rates: Resolution 2010-25 regarding water rates and Resolution 2010-26 regarding wastewater rates: all to. harmonize with state law: to repeal conflicting resolutions and sec- tions; to provide effective dates and ordered to be published in pamphlet form. Item 5. Council by majority vote accepted the bid from Sisco Service for $3.958 for security cameras for the day of September. 2010, in the confer- mittee of Dave Williams, Norma enceroomoftheCity-Uti|ityBuilding - Blackburn-;"Shannon. McCord, Bob Trapp an i Janet Eggers, Item 13. Council approved moving the October II council meeting to October 12. Municipal Library and Public Safety Item 14. Council tabled approval of Building. the designated 'method of bids for removal of existing cap on brick wall at Legion Field. gwing notice. Availability for thepro- Item 15. Council approved Mayor ceedings hereafter shown was takenSpringer;' reappointment of Tim while the convened meeting was open Schmidt and John Sullivan to the park to the public.'The Mayor noted that a board for a three-year term. copy of the Open Meetings Act was Item 16. Council approved flu shots posted on the west wall and available for full-time, part-time EMT's. court- of public review. Council by majority cil members and a select number of vote approved Lemke's absence, firemen. Mayor Springer presiding at the Item 17. No travel requests. meeting making note that there were Irem 18. Various committee reports were given. Meeting adjourned. ken Springer, mayor Item I. Council by majority vote Attest: approved the SeptemberUtility claims. Jan Diehl. city clerk Item 2. Council by majority vote- September Utility Claim accepted the August Utility Treasurer's Federal Deposit 6,454.52; Lord Report as presented. Abbott 3,524.79; NPPD ! 67.82; Qual- Skipped to Item 4. ity Red D Mix 212.07; Dept. of Rev- Council by majority vote tabled enue 2.580.02; Petro Plus. Inc. 89.76: painting contract. Barco 224.95; Bargen Electric 180.78: Blackburn 354.34; Business World Products 370.59: Chamber of Com- merce 1,083.33; City of Superior 23.75%99: Cummins Central Power LLC 830.87: Delka's Construction & Garage 404.86; Edward Jones Invest- ments 2,992.15; Eggers Motor Service 94.25; First Bankcard 665.28; Gary Thompson Insurance 3,158.00; Glenwood Telecommunications 350. t0; Great Plains One-Call Service 41.60; Groebner & Associates 2,263.17: Ideal Market 7.98; Ideal Market 59.76; Island Supply Welding 50.54; Island Supply Welding Co. 98.35; Kriz-Davis 3,580.80; Kully Pipe & Steel Supply 242.82" Merchant JT&S 650.00; MES-Midam 179.23; Midwest city office. • 8:00 p.m.-Public Hearing- LiqourMailing Solutions 41.54; Mikkelsen Farm & Lumber 101.46; Mutual of License-Harbor Foods-dba Little Omaha 256.88; NE Dept. of Revenue Mexico. 25.00; NE Municipal Power Pool Item 6. Council by majority vote 306.76; Nebraska Public Power Dis- approved renting a Savin copier from trict 179,514.79; OfficeNet effective Oct. I. Paramount Linen & Uniform City Section 257.05; Petro Plus Inc. ! ,466.00; Servi- i I: ~1 ~ Paid foe I~' Meister for GovernOr, Ke,-in S.¢lvester. Treasurer ;_L Item I. Council by majority vote approved the Aug. 23. 2010 meeting minutes. Item 2. Council by majority vote approved the September City Claims. Item 3. Council by majority vote accepted the August City Treasurer's Tech Inc 107.85; Servi±Tech Inc 107.85; SolomonCorp5,857.50; South Central Public Power 1,332.66; Supe- rior Ace Hardware 446.09; Superior iNET 149.96; Superior Motor Parts 205,52; Superior Publishing 146.45; SuperiOr Utilities 4,226.70; USA Blue 950.79; Salaries 19,273.83. September City Claims American Red Cross 204.00; B- Green lawn Care 390.00; Baker & Sons Disposal 515.00; Barco Municipal Products 528.23; Deterding 1,117.16; Don Fintel 600.00; Edward Jones In- vestments 1.534.59; Farm Plan 540.78; First National Bank 231.22; Gary Th- ompson Ins 5,028.00; Ideal Market 51.47; Kile Veterinary Clinic 295.00; Linweld 75.82; Midland Area Agency 1,266.67; Mikkelsen Farm & Lumber 105.48; Mutual of Omaha ! 84.46; NE Dept of Omaha 940.13; Nu Co Sheriffs Office 550.00; Paramount Linen & Uniform 40.88; Petro Plus Inc. 1,961.50; Platte Valley Comm 231.68; Stephen Dieh125.00; Superior Deshler 349.60; Superior Motor Parts 23.32; Superior Publishing 380.19; Superior Utilities 8,745.99; Superior Utilities 251.57; Superior Utilities 3,997.48; Superior Utilities 7,278.42; Superior iNET 74.98; Timothy Schmidt 150.00; Windstream 383.77; Woodward' s Dis- posal 407.74; Farmers & Merchants Bank 2,861.31; Andy Lovegrove 23.09; Jared Hass 66.03; J.L. Hopken Company 2,500.00; Central United Life 100.02; City of Superior 2,290.00; Environmental Services 661.00; J.L. Hopken Company 2,013.00; City of Superior 3,000.00; Lord Abbott 1,534.59; CPI Cooperatives Producers 796.52; Farmers & Merchants Bank 2,461.01 ; Glenwood Telecommunica- tions 575.10; Harold's Auto Service 87.00; K Builders 1,092.34; Pierce Electronics 8 ! .00; Superior Ace hard- ware 377.23; Baker & Sons Disposal 31.00; Baker & Taylor Inc 258.16; Center Point Large Print 155.76; Howard Kramp 140.00; Micro Mar- keting 228.39; Modern Methods 770.00; Nebraska Library Commis- sion 500.00; Pamida 13.98; Quill Corp 108. i 9; Superior Ace Hardware 66.96; Superior iNET 69.99; Tartan Books 276.50: Vicki Perrie 250.19: Windstream 30.45; Salaries 12,109.23. A complete text of the minutes, ordinances and resolutions are on file in the city clerk's office and are avail- able for public inspection during regu- lar business hours. 38-1c (Pub/ished Thursday. Sepr 23, 2010 in The Superior E.wress) Proceedings of the Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners September 13, 2010 The Nuckolls County Board' of Commissioners met September 13. 2010 in the board meeting room at the courthouse. Nelson, Neb., per recess of Sept. 7, 2010. Corman. Brown and Combs present for the meeting. The agenda of said meeting was remitted to board members in advance of the meet- ing:and was posted in the county clerk' s office and on the county website. Corman announced the 'Open Meet- ings Act Law' as posted in the com- missioners board meeting room and handouts are available. The board reconvened at 9:00 a.m. Chairman Corman approved the agenda and the Sept. 7. 2010 minutes as sub- mitted. The board received a letter from the Lower Republican Natural Resources District regarding LB701 for the NRD to levy a special property tax that was ruled unconstitutional and the NRD will need to reimburse any taxpayer who filed a formal written protest within 30 days of paying the special property tax. Discussion was held. No action taken. Tim Schmidt, county attorney and Diane Wehrman, county court clerk magistrate were present for the discus- sion on the request by the county court judge to purchase a security sound system for the courtroom by Commu- nications Engineering, Inc. A proposal had been presented earlier however no action had been taken at that time. 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