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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, October 10, 2013 Public Notices (Published Oct. 10, 2013 in The Superior Express) PROCEEDINGS OF THE NUCKOLLS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met Monday, Sept. 16, 2013 in the board meeting room at the courthouse, Nelson, Neb., per recess of Sept. 9, 2013. Combs, Brown and Carman present for the meeting. The agenda of said meeting was remitted to board members in advance of the meet- ing and is posted in the county clerk's office and on the county website. Combs announced the 'Open Meet- ings Act Law' as posted in the com- missioners board meeting room and handouts are available. The beard reconvened at 9:00 a.m. Chairman Combs approved the agenda as submitted and the Sept. 9, 2013 minutes with correction. Chuck Mittan, news reporter for the Superior Express is present for the meeting. Gary Warren, highway superinten- dent and Cindy Buescher, road depart- ment executive secretary met with the board to update them on the current activities of the county road depart- ment. Warren noted he has the men out in the motorgraders,blading the county roads where they can. Roads are still wet. Warren announced that Project C- 65 (536), between Sections 24 & 25, T2N-R6W Nora Precinct has the east tubes done and the west tubes being laid today• They will be moving to Project C-65 (676), between Section 11 & 14, T1N-R8W, Bostwick NW, Bostwick Precinct next. Warren has the men out mowing along bridges and guardrails this week. Warren noted they have been spraying trees in the county road ditches in the south half of the county. Carman noted there are dead trees that are plugging tubes in the county right of way in his area. Discussion was held regarding the condition of county roads along bus routes for the school buses. Warren received an estimate from Mainelli Wagner for a box culvert struc- ture on structure #C006521525 Nelson NW, Project C-65 (642), located on Road 3200, between 1600 and 1640 to get an idea of the costs. The bid letting will be held Oct. 7, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. in the courthouse. Mainelli Wagner is not eligible to submit bids for this project. Their quote is to give the county an idea of the cost for the bid letting. Warren discussed the issue of the Ruskin Shop. Warren attended the Ruskin Village Board meeting last Monday and they offered the county to trade for two empty lots for our old shop. Currently there are two build- ings in Ruskin that the village will be tearing down. The county is looking to build a new county shop and needs a couple of lots to build on. The old shop is in need of repairs and the board determined it would be better to just build a new building that will house the motorgrader and other equipment bet- ter. The board discussed with County Attorney, Tim Schmidt to determine what would be the steps needed to get this project under way. Clerk Kassebaum gave the board some correspondence regarding the county jail for passing its compliance for minimum jail standards. Kassebaum informed the board that Thayer County had paid the submitted claim for the work Jean Stichka did in Thayer County to help with the Thayer County Fair. Kassebaum reminded the board that the Nelson Law Enforcement contract will expire at the end of the year. A motion was made by Brown to authorize Chairman Combs to sign the Certificate of Cost Allocation Plan between NuckoUs County and Sequoia Consulting Firm for the Indirect Cost regarding Nebraska Child Support Enforcement and Carman seconded i the motion. Combs voted aye, Brown voted aye, Carman voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Carrie Miller, Secretary for the Nuckolls County Safety Committee met with the board to give them an update on the Safety Committee' s cur- rent activities and to submit the July. 18, 2013 minutes as approved. Miller noted there will be a presentation-dem- onstration on how to inspect fire extin- guishers at their next meeting. A mo- tion was made by Carman to accept the Safety Committee' s July 18, 2013 min- utes as submitted and Combs seconded the motion. Combs voted aye, Brown voted aye, Carman voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Alfred Hanson with the Nuckolls County Historical Society met with the board to request the county to ac- cept ownership of their new sign. The sign is a 4X8 size and by state rules it would have to be owned by the county to be legal to put up next to a highway. T]e Historical Society would be responsible for all upkeep and replace- ment if destroyed. The Historical Soci- ety would also like to have the Knights of Columbus's Right to Life sign at- tached to the same poles as the Histori- cal Society's sign. The board and county attorney discussed an issue with the Knights of Columbus sign. It was determined to table this discussion until a later date. No decision was made. A proposal was submitted by Hunt Insurance Group of Tallahassee Florida for the Catastrophic Inmate Medical Insurance effective October 1, 2013. Option 1 offer is for $4,116.00 for a $25,000,00 Specific Deductible per inmate per year. Option 2 offer is for $3,855.00 for a $30,000.00 Specific Deductible per inmate per year. A motion was made by Combs to choose Option 2 for the Catastrophic Inmate Medical Insurance Plan and Carman seconded the motion. Combs voted aye, Brown voted aye, Carman voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. The following salary claims were approved: General Fund Salaries:S65,579.25 Road Fund Salaries :$41,431.42 Civil Defense Fund Salaries: $2,330.00 911 Emergency Fund Salary: $400.00 The following claim was not ap- proved: • General Fund: unused vacation time for Sheriff Employee: $5,839.20 There being no further business the meeting was recessed at 11:00 a.m. until Monday, Sept. 30, 2013. Michael D. Combs, chairman By: Jackie L. Kassebaum, county clerk ZNEZ 41-1 c (Published October 10, 2013, in The Superior Express) Notice of Meeting NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a meeting of the Board of Education of the'School District of Superior in the Counties of Nuckolls, Webster, and Thayer, in the State of Nebraska, Nuckolls County School District No. 11, will be held at 7:00 o'clock PM on October 14, .2013, in the Senior High School Library in the District. This meeting is open to the public. The agenda, which shall be kept continu- ally current, is readily available for public inspection at the Superintendent's office of Superior High School during normal business hours. ZNEZAI-Ic I I II I lorials on SALE! ite * Bronze Monuments Markers • Vases Is designed & carved in Lincoln. ng indoor & outdoor displays. I Moon & Sun Monument I 613 4th St.- Fairbur I 729-2146 or 800-307-43421 3 Pre.owned 612 Corn Heads Call Blake or00o'rdon for Special Pricing Visit our JOHN DEERE Website at: www.oregontrailequipment.com 1890 Idaho • Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-3276 • 888-251-0242 www.oregontrailequipment.com (Published Oct. 10, 2013 in II SHOW CAUSE HEARINGS The Superior Express) Mayor Schmidt asked City Attar- Legal Notice neys Wayne Garrison and John Hodge Region 9 Preschool Interagency to conduct the hearings. Mr. Garfi'son Council swore in Derek Clark, City Building The next regular meeting of the Inspector, as he would be giving testi- Board of Region 9 Preschool Inter- many for the City of Superior. 'On all agency Council will be held on Man- seven properties, Derek Clark pre- day, October 28, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. at sentedtheinformationandbackground Head Start, 123 N. Marian Road, on each property and steps taken to get Hastings, NE. to this show cause hearing. Mr. Garri- An agenda containing a listing of son also noted that each council mere- subjects requiring the attention of the ber had seen the packet of information " board is available for public inspection on each property. Mr. Clark said that during normal business hours, all of the properties have been declared Except for items of an emergency a nuisance and the council has passed nature, the agenda will not be enlarged the Certified Motion to Abate each later than 24 hours before the sched- property. uled commencement of the meeting. 1. 2012-SUP-1090 Peddicord's Peg Crawford Sub Lot 8 & 9, Nancy & Paul Board Secretary ZNEZ 41-1 c Sauvageau. Testimony given. 2. Council by majority vote de- (First Published Oct. 3, 2013 in clared property unsafe and move for- The Superior Express) ward with abatement on Case 2012- State of Nebraska SUP- ! 090. Department of Natural Resources 3. 2012-SUP- 1235 O.T.Superior Notice of Applications N40' Lot 15 & 16 BLK 38, Tim & A-19105, A-19106 AND A-19107 Chris Gepner. Testimony given. Nuckolls County 4. Council by majority vote tabled Little Blue River Basin decision until Oct. 28 council meeting Philip andDianaL. Wehrman filed on Case 2012-SUP-1235. intheDepartmentofNaturalResources 5. 2012-SUP-1216 Lots 13, 14& (Department) applications A- 19105 15 BLK 60.T. Superior, Gregg & Deb and A-19106 for permits to appropri- Brazil. Testimony given. ate water and application A- 19107 for 6. Council by majority vote moved a permit to impound supplemental forward with abatement, saving the water, foundation on Case 2012-SUP- 1216. Summary of Application A-19105 for 7. 2012-SUP-1270 530 N Park a permit to appropriate water: Avenue, Mark L Garcia. Testimony Type:Natural flow out-of-stream- given. use, Purpose:Irrigation, Source:Elk 8. Council by majority vote up- Creek, Points of Diversion: NW 1/4 proved allowing Mr. Garcia until May NEll4 and SE1/4 NEll4 $28, T3N, to complete renovation project, pro- R7W Location of Use:S 1/2 NW 1/4 vidingDerekClarkanupdateandwalk- and SWl/4 $22, T3N, R7W, Amount: through in December on Case 2012- 1.24 cubic feet per second (557 gallons SUP- 1270. per minute) 9. 2012-SUP-1175 327 Park Av- Summary of Application A-19106 for enue, Steven Whitten. Testimony a permit to appropriate water: given. Type:Storage use (out-of-stream 10. Council by majority vote de- use), Purpose: Irrigation, Source: clared this property unfit and to move Wehrman Reservoir, Point of Diver- forward with abatement onCase2012- sion:El/2 NE1/4 $28, T3N, R7W, Lo- SUP- 1175. cation of Use:SE1/4 NE1/4, El/2 11. 2012-SUP-1179 O.T. Superior SEll4 $21 and S1/2 NW1/4, SWI/4 Lot 4 BLK 25, Jerry Karmazin. Testi- S22, both in T3N, R7W, Amount: 181.5 many given• Acre feet per year 12. Council by majority votemoved SummaryofApplicationA-19107 for forwardwithabatementonCase2012- a permit to impound water: SUP-1179. Type:Supplemental storage above 13. 2012-SUP-1182 503 N Park ground, Source:ElkCreek, Quantity of Avenue, Hinz Sales & Service. Water to be Impounded:165 acre-feet, 14. Councilbymajorityvotemoved based upon a reservoir that stores 16.5 forward with abatement on Case 2012- afand is filled 10 times per year, Name SUP- 1182. of Reservoir:Wehrman Reservoir, Lo- Meeting adjoumed. cation of Reservoir:El/2 NE1/4 $28, Sonia K. Schmidt, mayor T3N, R7W. ATTEST: Additional project information and Jan Diehi, city clerk procedures for objection may be ob- A complete text of the Minutes, taNned by contacting the Surface Water Resolutions and Ordinances are on file Permits section of the Department at in the city clerk's office and are avail- (402) 471-2363 or through the able for public inspection during reg u- Department's website at iarbusiness hours• ZNEZ41-1c www.dnr.ne.gov/legal/ SW_NoticeofAppsfiled.html. (FirstpublishedSept. 26, 2013 in Objections must be received by the The Superior Express) Department by 5:00 p.m. on Novem- Legal Notice September 16, 2013 ber 1, 2013. Date of Notice October 3,2013. Notice to parents who may have ZNEZ 40-3c had a child involved in the Early Inter- vention-Early Development Network (Published Oct. 10, 2013 in Program during the program year of The Superior Express) September 2006 to August 2007. Special Meeting Minutes Your child's ServicesCoordination I ROUTINE BUSINESS records will be destroyed unless you A special meeting ofthe Mayor and contact the office by Oct. 31, 2013. Council of Superior, Neb. was con- (402) 462-4187 ext. 122 or 1 vened in open and public session on (800)782-7850. the 1st day of Oct. 2013 in the Confer- Miki Hajny ence room of the city-utility building Early Development Network Services at 7 p.m. Present were council mem- Coordination ZNEZ 39-2c eow bers Lemke, Foote, Tipton, Fox, Peterson. Absent: Jensby. (Published Sept. 26, 2013 in Notice of the meeting was given in The Superior Express) advance thereof by posting in the city Invitation for Bids clerk's office, municipal library and October 3, 2013 Public Safety Building, the designated The City of Superior will receive method of giving notice. Availability bids until 1:30 p.m., local time, Octo- of the proceedings hereafter shown ber 24, 2013, at the City Office, 135 was taken while the convened meeting West 4th Street, Superior, Nebraska, wasopentothepublic. MayorSchmidt 68978,atwhichtimeandplaceallbids notedthatacopyoftheOpenMeetings will be publicly opened and all bid Act was posted on the west wall and prices read aloud for furnishing equip- available for public review, ment, material, and labor for the con- Mayor Schmidt presiding at the structionoftheprojectentitled "Water meeting. System Improvements - 2013, Supe- Receive a Direct Incentive based on the type of new qualifying heat pump system you install. -OR- Apply for a Low- Interest Loan for your new qualifying heat pump. Contact us for more information. South Central Public Power District Nelson, Nebraska 1-800-557-5254 City of Superior Utilities Superior, Nebraska 402-879-4711 In partnership with our supplier, Nebraska Public Power District, we deliver energy to you. rior, Nebraska". Bid Section "A" - Hartley Street to Hardy Meter Building: The project shall consist of furnishing all labor, material and equipment for construction of approximately 3,114 L.F. of I0" water main, new service connections, miscellaneous piping, fit- tings and tie-ins, testing, and miscella- neous items as described in the plans and specifications. Bid Section "B" - Bloom Street to Hartley Street: The project shall consist of furnishing all labor,-material and equipment for construction of approximately 2,645 L.F. of directionally drilled 10" water main, new service connections, mis- cellaneous piping, fittings and tie-ins, testing, and miscellaneous items as • described in the plans and specifica- tions. Bid Section "C" - Colorado Street to Bloom Street: The project shall consist of furnishing all labor, material and equipment for construction of approximately 2,103 L.F. of directionally drilled 10" water main, new service connections, mis- cellaneous piping, fittings and tie-ins, testing, and miscellaneous items as described in the plans and specifica- tions. Bid Section "D" Aurora Co-op Ser- vice Connection: The project shall consist of furnishing all labor, material and equipment for construction of approximately 145 L.F. of 2" water service line, jack and bore 81 L.F. of 20" x 0.344" W.T. steel casing, new service connections, new water meter, miscellaneous piping, fit- tings and tie-ins, testing, and miscella- neous items as described in the plans and specifications. Envelopes 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 amount bid. The check(s) or bond(s) shall be made payable to City of Superior as security that the bidder(s) to whom the award(s) are made will enter intx) contract to build the im- provements bid upon and furnish the required bonds and insurance. The envelopes 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, Nebraska 68978 Proposal For:"Vater System Im- provements - 2013 Superior, Nebraska" Bids Received:October 24, 2013 1:30 p.m., Local Time City Office 135 West 4th Street Superior, Nebraska 68978 Plans and specifications are on file in the office of the City of Superior; Grand Island Plan Service, 309 West 2nd, Grand Island, NE 68801; Lincoln Builders Bureau, 5910 S. 58th Street, Suite C, Lincoln, NE 68516; Omaha Builder Exchange, 4255 S 94th Street, Omaha, NE 68127; Salina Blueprint, 1911 S. Ohio Street, S alina, KS, 67401; Reed Construction Dta, 10665 Bedford Ave. # 10.0.0mah,, 68134; Hastings Builders Bureau, 606 W. 5th, P O Box 1104, Hastings, NE 68901; Keamey Builders Bureau, P O Box 607, Kearney, NE 68848; Central Nebraska Plan Services,522 N. Pop- lar, North Platte, NE 69103; and may be obtained from the office of the spe- cial engineer, Olsson Associates, 201 East 2nd Street, P O Box 1072, Grand • Island, Nebraska 68801 (PC Box Zip Code 68802), for a non-refundable charge of $50.00 (1 l"XI7" plans). Unsuccessful bidders are requested to return the plans and specifications. The successful Bidder shall supply the names and addresses of major ma- terial suppliers and. subcontractors when requested by Owner. The Engineer is Carlos Medina. The Engineer's address is 800 West 3rd Street, Suite 219, Hastings, Nebraska 68901. Questions should be directed to Carlos Medina at (402) 463-0240, Fax (402) 463-0187. All work is to be guaranteed for a period of one year following substan- tial completion. Partial payments will be made monthly, on the basis of ninety percent of the amount of work done and materials supplied. Final payment i will be made within thirty days after final acceptance of completed work by the Owner. No bid may be withdrawn within a period of sixty (60) days after the date fixed for bid opening. The successful bidder shall supply a Performance bond executed by a corporate surety licensed in the State of Nebraska in an amount equal to 100 percent of the contract price as part of his contract. A Payment bond in the amount of 100 percent of the contract price will also be required from the successful bidder. The City of Superior, Nebraska re- serves the right to reject any and all bids and tO waive informalities in bids submitted. The City of Superior is an equal opportunity employer encourages woman-owned, minority-owned, and Section 3 businesses to respond. ZNEZ 39-4c (Published Oct. 10, 2013 in The Superior Express) Proceedings of the Nuckolls County Board of Commisioners The Nuckolls County Board of Commissioners met Monday, Sept. 30, 2013 in the board meeting room at the courthouse, Nelson, Neb., per recess of Sept. 16, 2013. Combs, Brown and Carman present for the meeting. The agenda of said meeting was remitted to board members in advance of the meet- ing and is posted in the county clerk's office and on the county website. Combs 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 Combs approved the agenda as submitted and the Sept. 16, 2013 minutes as submitted. Chuck Mittan, news reporter for the Superior Express is present for the meeting. Gary Warren, highway superinten- dent and Cindy Buescher, road depart- ment executive secretary met with the board to update them on the current activities of the county road depart- ment. Buescher submitted the NBCS Re- ports for 2013. The board reviewed and discussed the report with Warren and Buescher. This report shows all Expenses, Income, Inventory & Ma- chine Inventory and Machine costs for 2012-2013 Fiscal Year. These reports are now being required to be submitted on-line. Warren updated the board on Project C-65 (536), located between Sections 24 & 25, T2N-R6W (Nora Precinct). Warren noted the Project is done. Currently they are working on a four mile .section of road north of Lawrence. The first 3 miles are done and working on the last mile. Warren had a 30 inch robe replaced with a 36 inch tube. This is a maintenance project where they are reworking the road for repairs due to the weather. Warren noted he has one road em- ployee out mowing in the south part of the county. The road department currently has the bridge out on Project C-65 (676) located between Section 11 & 14,T 1N- R8W (Bostwick Precinct). They are removing an old wood bridge and re- placing it with tubes. The bridge is closed temporarily at this time. Project C-65 (674) located between Section 27 & 28, T1N-R6W (Garfield Pre- cinct) is currently being worked on. They are cleaning ditches and rework- ing the road. The dirt from the ditches will be put on the road help to rework it. Warren noted they are still working on requests for driveway tubes as they can and are digging for comer ties. Warren & Buescher are working on Right-of-Way's for Project C-65(642), located between Section 17 & 18, T3N- R7W (Nelson Precinct). This project is due for bid letting October 7, 2013. Warren announced the new 5th Wheel Trailer has been delivered to the Nelson Shop. Warren reviewed plans with the board regarding the building specs for the Ruskin Shop. A motion was made by Brown to authorize Chairman Combs to sign the Certification to Board of Public Roads Classifications and Standards regard- ing the NBCS Reports for 2013 and FOOD SERVICE SPECIALIST I I I #-04612090-Lincoln, NE- $13.35/hr. + benefits! For job details and to apply online, visit www.corrections. nebr0ska.gQv or call 402.471-3161. For ADA accommodations call 1.402.432.5182. Must complete a NE State Application • : . by Oct. 11,2013. EOENet, ! Invest in The elected board of directors for the Nebraska Public Power Distrid makes an important ,ote on October 11 th about whether to invest in IOW-WSt wind energy in 2013, Visit the link below to discover bow you mn help with Nebraska's wind energy future. CleanEnerglp Carman seconded the motion. Combs voted aye, Brown voted aye, Carman 'voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Carrie Miller, secretary for the Safety Committee reported to the board that all of the Fire Extinguishers are out dated and need to be replaced. The rlewest extinguisher has a date of 1979. Miller had done some checking on the cost of purchasing new extinguishers and we can get them for $65.00 to $68.00 per each one from Mark Anstine of Hastings. The board gave their ap- proval to purchase 10 fire extinguish- ers. It will be on the agenda next week for final approval. Clerk Kassebaum informed the board of a heating-cooling problem in the courthouse last week and therefore had Rasmussen Mechanical in to do repairs. Tim Schmidt, county attorney is also nresent for the discussion. There is a communication issue between RasmUssen Mechanical and the county's system also that needs re- paired. James Man', county sheriffmet with the board to request payment on the claim for Brad Baker for tmused vaca- tion time. Due to issues of training and injuries with the Sheriff and the Sheriff' s Deputies, Baker has not been able to take vacation time for 3 years. Marr noted the handbook states due to emergency situations the decision is at the discrepancy of the department head. A motion was made by Brown to enter into Executive Session at 9:50 a.m. and Carman seconded the mo- tion. Combs voted aye, Brown voted aye, Carman voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. Present for the Execu- tive Session is the three board mem- bers, County Attorney, Schmidt, Sher- iff Marr and Clerk Kassebaum. A motion was made by Brown to leave Executive Session at 10:06 a.m. and re-enter Regular Session and Carman seconded the motion. Combs voted aye, Brown voted aye, Carman voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. A motion was made by Carman to deny the claim for Bradley Baker for unused vacation time in the amount of $5,839:20 and Brown seconded the motion• Combs voted aye, Brown voted aye, Carman voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. A motion was made by Carman to authorize Chairman Combs to sign the Inmate Medical Benefit Plan Docu- ments for renewal of the Catastrophic Inmate Medical Insurance effective Oct. '1, 2013 to Sept. 30, 2014 and Combs seconded the motion. Combs voted aye, Brown voted aye, Carman voted aye, 0 voted nay. Motion carried. There being no further business the meeting was recessed at 10:27 a.m. until Monday, Oct. 7, 2013. Michael D. Combs, chairman a By: Jackie L. Kassebaum, county clerk ZNEZ 41-1 c (First Published Sept. 19, 2013 in The Superior Express) NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder at the middle hallway of the Nuckolls County Courthouse, 150 S. Main, Nelson, Nebraska 0n the 21 st day of October, 2013, at 2:00 p.m.: Lot Eleven (11), Block Eleven (11), North Superior, an addition to the original Town of Superior, Nuckolis County, Nebraska, subject to and to the extent described in that certain warranty deed dated June 10, 2013, and recorded in Book 183 Pages 282-283, more com- monly known as 1244 N. Commercial Avenue, Superior, Nebraska• The property is being sold "as is" and subject to any unpaid real estate taxes, assessment and any lien or inter- est superior in right which may affect the subject property. The highest bid- der will deposit $500.00 in cash or certified funds with the Trustee at the time of sale, which shall be non-re- fundable, and the remaining amount due must be paid in cash or certified funds to the T.rustee by 4:00 p.m., un the day of the sale; except this require- ment is waived when the highest bid- der is the current Beneficiary. The sue-' cessful bidder shall be responsible for applicable transfer fees or taxes in- cluding the documentary stamp tax. DATED: September 17, 2013. Timothy S. Schmidt, Trustee (15160) 213 East Third Street Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-4733 . ZNEZ 38-5c (Published Oct. 10, 2013 in The Superior Express) NOTICE The regular monthly meeting of the board of Educational Service Unit No.9 will be held on Monday, October 21, 2013, at 6:00 p.m. In the ESU No. 9 main conference room, 1117 E. South Street in Hastings. In the event the board is unable to meet on this date, the alternate meeting date will be Tues- day, October 22, 2013, at 6:00 p.m. t Continued 7) • Dropped footings • Bowed/cracked walls • Drain tile/sump pumps • Structural repairs Affordable. Insured. cc ecce. 402-473-1922 0remail: land2@yahoo.com Ask for a free estimate and our references Over 30 years expenence solving homeowners problems