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4A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, November 6, 2003 I I Publk Notice To Whom it May Concern: The Village of Guide Rock, Ne- braska has ~n av~ ~ded a Commu- nity Development Block Grant from theNeb~kal~pa~lment of Economic Development tor construction of wa- ter main to the new rural water district. The Village of Guide Rock is con- templating the awarding of a contract for certain tccl,~ica] and professional services for the ,~dministration of its project. Therefore, ;his is a request for an Expression of Interest art Statement of Qualification~ from your firm, if interested, in performing these techni- cal and profe.~sional services. The ~lected ,~dministrator will be Capacity of the firm to perform the work within the time limitation, taking into consideration the current and planned workload of the firm (20 points) Familiarity with the Community Development Block Grant Program Guidelines (20 points) Total possible points = 100 points. Elaborate artwork and expensive presentation aids are not necessary nor open to the public. Agenda items known at this time are: 1. Purchase of lawn mower 2. Approval of Unified Audit 3. Approval of storage building rental. Kerry Corman, Secretary I c First Published Nov. 6, 2003 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuckoils County, Nebraska. Estate of Arline M. Cramer, De- ceased. Estate No. PR03-46 Notice is hereby given that a Peti- encouraged, tion for Formal Adjudication of Intes- On or about November 18, 2003 the tacy of said Decedent, Determination Village willevaluate all submittals and of Heirs, and appoTntment of pamela will require the top qualified firm to G. Sundermeier as Personal Represen- meet the Village Board for the purposetative has been filed herein and is set of contract negotiations for a fixed for hearing in County Court of Nuck- price or not to exceed contract. Cost oils County, Nebraska located in Nel- and percentage of cost contracts are son, Nebraska on Nov. 25, 2003 at or not allowed, after 9:15 o'clock a.m. Contract award will be contingent Pamela G. Sundermeier, Petitioner upon Release of Funds by the Depart- 1914 Spring Road ment of Economic Development. Grand Island, Neb. 68801 The Village of Guide Rock is an Telephone: 308-384-2447 meeting s~! gram conditions equal opportunity employer and re- Michael L. Johnson, #15 090 Establishi ~? nd ~aintain all files quires all contractors and consultantsLeininger, Smith, Johnson, Baack, as required by lhe Nebraska Depart- to comply with all applicable Federal Placzek, Steele and Allen ment ot ~ ~mic Development and State laws and regulations. Wheeler at First Street (DED) Five (5) copies of your Expression P.O. Box 790 Preparh~ ~,5 ~;t~bmitting required of interest and Statement ofQualifica,Grand Island, Neb. 68802 perfo~c~: ~' and tions are required by 12:00 Noon, No- Telephone: (308) 382-1930 45-3c Meeting i! ~ q~ irements of state vember 13, 2003, to: Cindy Sanders, and federa! I~w;, ink'; and regulations Clerk Village of Guide Rock P.O. BoxNotice of Public Hearing and other la~, ~ y ~L~.tions and assur- 41 GuideRock, Nebraska 68942-0041 Noticeis hereby giventhat theCity ances required by I ~EI) Please mark your envelope CDBG Planning Commission of the City of The administrator will be further COMMUNrrY CENTER PROJECT Superior, Neb.,willholdapublichear- required to pc~lbrm his/her services GENERAL ADMINISTRATOR. If ingonthefollowingrequestException according ~- :~ pv~ie,:~ performance and you have any questions, please call Permit: implememati~m sch~ dule that has been Cindy Sanders, Village Clerk. 1. CaseNo. SE03-08 by Holle Kniep approved by the Neb aska Department Charles (Chip) Ohmstede for a Special Exception Permit to oper- of Ecomm~ic 15~, '~ h ~ ment. Chairman 44-2c ate aChild Day Care Center as a Home The s !co6 ~ of ~ ~ r~iect adminis- Occupation at her residence at 1003 t~ator will be ~., '~,~d ~ g ~o the follow- ing critt, i ~: Notice of Meeting North Park Street on property described Tecb~i~al ,~, ~c~ ~ ot the firm in Notice is hereby given, that a regu- as Lots 3, 4 and 5, Block 2, Hunter's connecfi~ ~ with ~h~ i,~, pe of services to lar meeting of the Board of Education Park Lawn Addition Subdivision, Su- be provided a~d ~hc :omplexity of the oftheSchoolDistrictofSuperiorinthe peri0r, Neb. Said property is zoned "R- project (30 points) Counties of Nuckolls, Webster and 2" Medium Density Residential. Past record of pertormance on ad- Thayer, in the State of Nebraska Said hearing willbe held Thursday, ministraive comrac~ with other eli- (County School District No. 011)will Nov. 20, 2003, at 6:30 p.m. in the er~ts inc k ~ ,~ ~ ~ ~!i v of work, timeli- be held at 7:30 o'clock p.m. on Nov. Conference Room of the City Utility " 10, 2003 in the Guide Rock School Building, 135 West 4th Street, Supe- heSS and c~,st c~ ~r~! (30 points) Meeting Room, which meeting will be rior. Neb. At such time and place all FO9 A DRUG FREE SOUTH CENTRAL NEBRASKA: 17 PERSONS ATTENDED THE INITIAL PHASE II ME NG ON THURS OCT. 30 TO BEGIN PLANNING FOR A DRUG-FREE SUPERIOR. CHUCK MATSON, OMAHA POLICE OFFICER, SHOCKED US INTO AWARENESS OF THE HU- MAN HOLOCAUST CAUSED BY THE LIFE- THREATENING DRUGS NOW CIRCULATING IN OUR AREA. HOPEFULLY, HE CAN RETURN TO THIS AREA TO PRESENT HIS MESSAGE TO A SCHOOL ASSEMBLY FOR THOSE IN THE FIFTH GRADE AND UP. Also, plans are being rode to offer area citizens a Crime Stoppers hotline in the near future ADDITIONAL, CARING HUMAN BEINGS WILL BE NEEDED TO ASSIST WITH PHASE II... I I I II For more information about Phase Ii or to affiliate with the efforL please contact: , OFFICER PERRY FREEMAN, SUPERIOR POLICE DEPARTMENT , KATHIE JENSEN, SUPERIOR PUBLISHING LEW AND PAMELA HUNTER lll Low and Pamela Hunter (Thank you, Bob Tiption and Kathie Jensen for your help with Phase 0 persons interested in the above case will be heard. Superior Planning Commission Tom Johnson, Chairman Beth Siebecker, Secretary 45-1c First Published Oct. 23, 2003 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Forrest Childress, de- ceased. Estate No. PR03-45 Notice of Petition for Formal Pro- bate of Will, Determination of Heirs, appointment of Personal Representa- tive and Construction of Will. Notice is hereby given that a Peti- tion for Formal Probate of Will of said Deceased, Determination of Heirs, Construction of Will and appointment ofStephanie Y. Strobl as Personal Rep- resentative has been filed and is set for hearing in the County Court of Adams County, Nebraska located at Hastings, Nebraska on November 12, 2003 at or after 9:00 o'clock a.m. Dated: October 20, 2003. Stephanie Y. Strobl P O Box 102 Guide Rock, NE 68942 (402) 257-3425 Susan K. Alexander #17235 Attorney at law 730 W. 3rd Street utility accounts. RESOLUTION TO WRITE OFF UNCOLLECTABLE UTILITY AC- COUNTS Receivable From Fiscal Year end- ing 9-30-2003 Resolution Number 03-36 Whereas, Superior Utilities had delinquent receivables for utility us- age totaling $3,365.78 at the fiscal year ending 9-30-2003. Whereas these delinquent accounts have had their deposits applied to their account and were turned over to Col- lection Concepts for collection and no further payments were received. Now, Therefore Be It Resolved By The Mayor and Council of the City of Superior, Neb., that the following accounts be removed from the City of Superior's books as a bad debt expense and further more that the below listed individuals will not be given utility service in the future unless they pay the City the amount written off plus the current deposit. Michelie Boatman, 34.77; Robert Bohling, 3.60; Tom Dunlap, 53.06; Charles Everheart, 96.44; Jane Lancaster, 113.15; Ronda Meyer, 482.34; KristinaMeyn, 22.17; Harlan Troudt, 179.45; Country General, 2,187.29. Tom Wilhelm, 193.51. Passed and approved this 27 day of October, 2003. P O Box 1151 Billy J. Maxey, Mayor Hastings, NE 68902-1151 43-3c Council approved advertising bids .... No-flee Of Public Hearing for a 2001 or newer truck, 3/4 ton pickup; council to get prices to repair Notice is hereby given that the City the damaged roof at the Wastewater Planning Commission of the City of Treatment Plant; Jensen to bring more Superior, Neb., will hold a public hear- information on the hand held meter ing on the following request for a Spe- readers to the next council meeting; cial Exception Permit: approved putting a lien on the property 1. Case No. SE03-09 by Sandra owned by a customer that has moved Holling for a Special Exception Permit out of the city. to operate a massage therapy business City Section: as a Home Occupation at her residence Council approved the Oct. 14 meet- at 817 North Central Street, in Block ingminutes;approvedtheOctoberCity 20 of the North Superior Subdivision, Claims; adopted Resolution 03-32 re- Superior, Neb. Said property is zoned garding perpetual care funds, to har- "R-2" Medium Density Residential. monize with state law; to repeal con- Said hearing will be Thursday, Nov. flirting resolutions and sections, to 20, 2003, at 6:30 p.m. in the Confer- provide an effective date and ordered ence Room of the City Utilities Build- to be published in pamphlet form; ac- ing 135West4thStreet, Superior, Neb. cepted the resignation of Gary Ward At such time and place all persons from the Economic Development; ap- interested in the above case will be proved Cindy K. Rogers, manager ap- heard, plication-Country Store- Liquor Li- Superior City Planning Commission cense; Lawrence Bouray to finish with Tom Johnson, Chairman the cleanup at 2nd and Bloom Streets Beth Siebecker, Secretary 45-1c and to keep the property in good con- dition; Clerk to send Scott McKee a Proceedings of the letter requesting additional clean up on Superior City Council his property at McKee Recycling to be Oct. 27, 2003 completed by Nov. 10, the next coun- The Mayor and Council of Supe- cil meeting; no travel requests and re- rior, Neb., was convened in open and ports were given. public session on the 27th day of Octo- Meeting adjourned. ber 2003 in the Conference Room of Billy J. Maxey, Mayor the City/Utility Building at 7:30 p.m. October Utility Claims Present were council members EMC National Life, 95.53; Gary Christiancy, Simonsen, Menke, Ward. Thompson Agency, 841.79; Hastings Absent: Grove and Springer. Notice of Tribune, 629.00; Kriz-Davis, 402.13; meeting was given in advance thereof Northern Tool &Equipnient,2,370.55; by posting in the City Clerk's Office, Pitney Bowes, 202.61; Postage by Municipal Library and Public Safety Phone, 500.00; Alltel, 32.98; First ~ildi metl'~dof BankCard,606.69:Qualitytl~dDMix, giving nonce. 73.55; Horizon Bank Repo, 8,700.00; Mayor Billy Maxey, presiding Alltel Cellular, 98.28; Alltel Cellular Council by majority vote approved Wastewater, 22.25; Bizco Technolo- the absences of Grove and Springer. gies, 89.64; Central Plains Plbg & Htg, Utility Section: 107.00; Garrison & Garrison, 360.00; CouncilapprovedtheOctoberUtil- Great Plains One-Call, 28.32; Layne ity claims; adopted Resolution 03-36 Christensen, 1,385.15; Lincoln Jour- regarding thewriteoffofuncollectable nal Star, 600._86, Modem Methods, Open Thursday nights until 9 p.m... 348 N. Central Ave., Superior, Neb. (402) 879-4234 e Another team for Nebraskans to be proud of. NPPD supplies the electricity and we deliver the service. Together, we're always them when you need us. Ik)uth Central Public Power District .nerlllzlafl lhlmtlt Central Nebraska 1-800.557-5254 www.southcentralppcL com In pertnw~lp with our euppller, Nebraska Publk: Power DIItrlot, we dMIver energy to you. 712.80; Nace International, 270.0; Lila Wilson, 260.00; Salaries, 12,920.82; American Fahaily Life, 184.22; Qual- ity Red D Mix, 136.45; Standard In- surance, 360.56; United Healthcare, 11,740.64. October City Claims Alert-All Corp, 135.00; Alltel Cel- lular, 113.08; American Family Life, 426.22; Bill's Repair, 688.04; Critical Care Nurse, 58.00; Dean Blincow, 52.40; Eakes Office Products, 17.98; Farmers & Merchants Bank, 2,127.07; Franklin Products, 105.94; Garrison & Garri'son_, 5.85.00; G_ar_Thom_p_Lp_n Agency, 640.00; Jerry Grove, 16,06; John Druba, 90.00; Ken Rempe, 201.60; Linweld, 90.80; Midwest En- gines, 278.25; Mike Fenimore, 201.60 Old Dominion Brush, 94.82; Phillips 66 Des Moines, 437.53; Quality Red D Mix, 320.00; Elmer Rempe, 201.60; Richard Eltiott, 34.17; Rose Equip- ment, 113.21; Valley Building Center, 97.60; Ne Dept of Revenue, 1,240.11; City of Superior, 2,481.13; Salaries, 8,381.35; City of Superior Grant Ac- count, 285.00; Standard Insurance, 167.58; Superior Utilities, 2,000.00; United Healthcare of Midlands, 6,830.16; JEO Consulting, 1,140.00. A complete text of the minutes, resolutions and ordinances are on file in the City Clerk' s Office and are avail- able for public inspection during regu- lar business hours. count 2, Real Edward J. and L. Betty L. McKevitt of N 1/2 Lot 3, Block 1 Subdivision of lots 1 and and W 20' of vacated adjacent to said lots N. T. Superior. Orpha M. Fallis formeflyl Fogo and George Ralph and Helen Platt N 8, Block 1 E. Superior to O. rior. Ferne E. Combs to Combs, Part N 1/2 NE 1/4 Ruth Korb by Cit 112 Lot 2, Block 35, E. attorney in facl S. Edwards S. 37 1/2' Lot 5, Block 9 N. Superior! Superior. Gary E. and Sandra L, Mark A. and Holle A. Kni@ and 5 Block Superior and perpetual Part vacated Hillcrest Ave. Staffchan week at t First Published Oct. 23, 2003 in Greg Dunlap, the local The Superior Express since March of 1999 has NOTICE the bank's chief financial In the District Court of Nuckolis will be moving to the County, Nebraska Milford. In the new Case No. C101-01 responsible for Josph B. Gilbert, IV, Petitioner, vs. 10 offices. Semnia M. Rice, Respondent. ROd Crockett has been To: Semnia M. Rice, Respondent. nior vice president and Notice is hereby given that Joseph managerofthe Superiorand B. Gilbert, IV, Petitioner has filed in officers. the Nuckolis County District Court an Scott Boyles began Application for Modification; The Superior office on prayer of which is for permanent cus- been named vice tody of the minor child; permanent Crockett child support and for futher relief as the Court deems just and equitable, chants Bank for four You have thirty (30) days from the last day of this publication of this no- State Bank. He has been tire to answer or otherwise plead to man~ this said case, please govern yoursei.f an agr~culturalloanofficerat accordingly. He will now be the Joseph B. Gilbert., IV, Petitioner ricer for the Superior Susan K. Alexander offices. Attorney at Law Boyles, P O Box 1151 Mankato, Hastings, NE 68902-1151 isa 1997 Attorney for Petitioner 43-4c ence de State University in 2001 Courthouse News this year a master of agricultural economics Nuckolls County Since then has been in a gram at the bank's has previous the Traffic and Misdemeanor sultant. He will serve as Speeding: Sharon M. Sole, Nelson, tural loan officer for $125; Aaron Diecker, Hastings, $25; rice and support the Mike J. Horky, Fairbury, $125.Louise Henderson will, Ashley K. Hajny, Great Bend, Kan., the home real violated stop sign, $15. Superior office, Daniel Jacobitz, Nelson, drinking on public property, $50. Dunlap expects his last Bradley E. Worman, Nelson, drink- ing on public property, $50. ing the personnel changes I the Crocketts would be Gary J. Ostdiek, Nelson, drinking Superior and the bank on public property, $50. tinue to be involved in Benjamin Burris, Davenport, un- activities. lawful possession of game animal, $50; PHILIP A. 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