Public Notices Feb. 23, 2011

2011-02-22T00:00:00Z 2011-03-29T14:26:05Z Public Notices Feb. 23, 2011 Rapid City Journal
February 22, 2011 12:00 am

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NOTICE OF INCORPORATION OF: LA COSTA BUL, INC., BEAUCOUP LA COSTA, INC., LA COSTA O MULTINE, INC., NOKOCTA MITURO, INC., NEART LA COSTA, INC., LA COSTA BAN YEK, INC., LA COSTA JENOEY, INC., ANPIL LA COSTA, INC., LA COSTA ROHKE, INC., LA COSTA NG MURANI, INC., AND LA COSTA GENOEG, INC., whose perpetual existence commenced on January 25, 2011. The registered office is 1222 N. 162nd. Street, Omaha, NE 68118. The registered agent is Jamie Piernicky. These corporations shall engage in any lawful business for which a Corporation may be formed under the Business Corpor-ation Act of Nebraska. Authorized capital stock is One Hundred Shares. Perpetual existence commenced on the dates above when Articles were filed with the Secreatary of State. Affairs are to be conducted by the Board of Directors and officers authorized by the Bylaws and the Board. Clifford W. Bergfield, Jr., Incorporator, 123 State TX Hwy 46 West, Boerne, TX 78006

Publish Feb. 9, 16, and 23, 2011

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DAWES COUNTY TAX SALE 2011

2011 DELINQUENT TAX LIST

NOTICE OF TAX SALE

DAWES COUNTY

TREASURER’S OFFICE

CHADRON, NE 69337

The following is a list of Lands, Lots and Special Assessment, in Dawes County, Nebraska upon which taxes remain due and unpaid for the 2009 tax year & or with prior delinquent tax.

Therefore, notice is hereby given that in order to enforce the lien of such taxes upon the real estate property, I Barbara Sebesta, Treasurer of Dawes County, Nebraska will on, Monday March 7th, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. at the Dawes County Courthouse, Chadron, Nebraska offer for public sale the following described lands, lots and special assessments. Interest advertising and cost of sale are not included in the amount listed. List contains principle amount only. Registration will be held at 9:00 a.m. in the Dawes County Treasurer’s Office with the starting at 10:00 a.m. and will be continued from day to day until the taxes on these lands and lots in said delinquent tax list shall have been sold or offered for sale.

View tax information at www.nebraskataxsesonline.org. View assessment information at http://dawes.assessor.gisworkshop.com

29, 35, 50, PT NE4NW4, 49, 1.03, CHAD, $1.72, 1/2 2009, 15, 33, 51, PT SW4SE4, 621, 1, WHIT, $3.32, 1/2 2009, BLK 7 LOT 14, 71, CRWF, $12.70, ALL 2009, BLK 37 LOT 1, 71, CRWF, $15.00, ALL 2009, BLK 24 LOT 10, 71, CRWF, $15.72, ALL 2008, 15, 34, 49, PTNE4NE4, 49, 10.4, CHAD, $16.16, 1/2 2009, BLK 24 LOT 10, 71, CRWF, $16.68, ALL 2009, 22, 33, 51, PTNE4NE4 IRRTR #192-#173, 621, 6, WHIT, $21.35, 1/2 2009, BLK 4 LOT 17, 71, CRWF, $21.52, ALL 2008, BLK 4 LOT 17, 71, CRWF, $21.84, ALL 2009, BLK 7 LOT 10, 622, WHIT, $29.80, ALL 2009, BLK 4 LOT 11 BIRDSALL LEAHY, 2, CHAD, $35.85, 1/2 2009, BLK 8 LOT 28 71, CRWF, $35.99, 1/2 2009, BLK 52 LOT 8, 2, CHAD, $44.44, ALL 2009, BLK 4 LOT 29, 2, CHAD, $51.21, 1/2 2009, LOT 9 KENWOOD, 2, CHAD, $57.36, ALL 2009, BLK 4 LOT 9 PADDOCKS, 71, CRWF, $58.38, ALL 2009, LOT 11 HOUGHTON ANNEX, 2, CHAD, $60.22 , ALL 2009, BLK 14 LOT 7 & 8, 71, CRWF, $60.70, 1/2 2009, BLK 24 LOT 6-9 INC, 71, CRWF, $62.98, ALL 2008, BLK 20 LOT 4 & 5 PADDOCKS, 71, CRWF, $63.92, ALL 2009, BLK 19 LOT 15 16 PADDOCKS, 71, CRWF, $ 63.92, ALL 2009, BLK 24 LOT 6-9 INC, 71, CRWF, $66.72, ALL 2009, BLK E LOT 8 BRISBINS, 71, CRWF, $70.10, ALL 2009, 1, 32, 51, PTS1/2 -1-32-51 62, WHIT, $70.10, ALL 2009, BLK 50 LOT 11, 2, CHAD, $71.70, ALL 2009, BLK 2 LOT 3 NORTHWEST 5TH, 2, CHAD, $75.18, ALL 2009, 26, 33, 48, PT NW , 3, 20, CHAD, $77.59, 1/2 2009, 26, 32, 52, PT SE4NE4 PT NE4SE4, 28, 3.35, CRWF, $79.21, 1/2 2009, BLK 23 LOT PT OF 8 ALL OF 9 PADDOCKS, 71, CRWF, $88.05, 1/2 2009, BLK 16 LOT 8, 71, CRWF, $89.74, ALL 2009, BLK 21 LOT 11, 71, CRWF, $101.75, 1/2 2009, 19, 30, 52, NE4NE4, 39, 36, MARS, $105.14, ALL 2009, 24, 33, 48, PT SE4NW4 PT NE4SW4 3, 6.63, CHAD, $106.06, ALL 2009, BLK 2 LOT 18 RIDGEVIEW, 2, CHAD, $106.20, 1/2 2009, 26, 31, 52, TRACT 1 PT S2N2, 711, 4.65, CRWF, $107.46, ALL 2009, 12, 31, 48, PT NE4 NORTH OF CO ROAD, 69, 49.25, CHAD, $108.73, 1/2 2009, BLK 1 LOT 10, 71, CRWF, $110.10, ALL 2009, 6 31, 48, LOT 23 WHISPERING PINES, 69, 0.62, CHAD, $112.00, ALL 2009, 6 31, 48, LOT 48 WHISPERING PINES, 69, 0.46, CHAD, $112.00, ALL 2009, 6, 31, 48, LOT 49 WHISPERING PINES, 69, 0.59, CHAD, $112.00, ALL 2009, 6, 31, 48, LOT 61T WHISPERING PINES, 69, 1.11, CHAD, $114.62, ALL 2009, LOT 289 290 KENWOOD, 2, CHAD, $114.72, ALL 2009, 6, 31, 48, LOT 19 WHISPERING PINES, 69, 1.23, CHAD, $115.68, ALL 2009, BLK 13 LOT 10 & 11PADDOCKS 71, CRWF, $116.74, ALL 2009, 16, 33, 48, LOT 5 GRIESER, 21, 1, CHAD, $120.44, ALL 2009, 16, 33, 48, LOT 5 BERNARD, 21, 1, CHAD, $120.44, ALL 2009, BLK 7 LOT 11, 71, CRWF, $121.10, 1/2 2009, 31, 32, 48, LOTS 20 21 22 BERRYVILLE, 69, 1.49, CHAD, $123.76, ALL 2009, 9, 31, 48, PT SE4, 69, 1.5, CHAD, $123.98, ALL 2009, 31, 32, 48, PT SW4NW4 TRACT A, 69, 0.46, CHAD, $128.00, ALL 2009, 11, 30, 52, PT N2SW4 PTSW4SW4, 711, 43.1, CRWF, $128.80, ALL 2009, 31, 32, 48, LOTS 28 29 30 BERRYVILLE, 69, 1.73, CHAD, $129.50, ALL 2009, 34, 33, 51, PT SE4, 621, 1.25, WHIT, $130.46, ALL 2009, 6, 31, 48, LOTS 60 WHISPERING PINES, 69, 1.97, CHAD, $135.26, ALL 2009, BLK 7 LOT 2 & 3, 71, CRWF, $136.00, ALL 2009, BLK 19 LOT 13 PADDOCKS, 71, CRWF, $139.26, ALL 2009, 16, 32, 50, NE4SE4SW4 E2SE4SE4SW4, 491, 15, CHAD, $150.22, 1/2 2009, BLK 17 LOT 6, 71, CRWF, $150.88, ALL 2009, 18, 33, 48, PT NW4SW4, 21, 1.9, CHAD, $152.01, 1/2 2009, BLK 9 LOT 9, 71, CRWF, $157.34, ALL 2009, BLK 24 LOT 1-5 INC, 71, CRWF, $157.54, ALL 2009, BLK 24 LOT 1-5 INC, 71, CRWF, $159.54, ALL 2008, LOT 1 CHADRON OUTLOTS, 2, CHAD, $163.86, ALL 2009, BLK 4 LOT 12 & S1/2 13 BIRDSALL LEAHY, 2, CHAD, $170.06, 1/2 2009, BLK 15 LOT 6 & 7, 71, CRWF, $171.39, 1/2 2009, 26, 33, 49, PT S2NE4 49, 19.71, CHAD, $172.63, SWANN, BLK 39 LOT 5 6, 71, CRWF, $172.94, ALL 2009, 12, 32, 48, PT SW4NW4, 3, 4, CHAD, $176.00, ALL 2009, PT OUTLOT A & E, 62, 24.39, WHIT, $177.34, ALL 2009, 1, 32, 51, PT SEC 1-32-51, 62, WHIT, $177.94, ALL 2009, 34, 29, 50, NW4NE4 E2NE4, 924, 120, HMFD, $180.61, 1/2 2009, BLK 28 LOT 1 & 2, 71, CRWF, $181.46, ALL 2009, BLK 27 LOT 4, 71, CRWF, $206.36, ALL 2009, BLK 27 LOT 4, 71, CRWF, $209.70, ALL 2008, 27, 33, 51 N2NW4 E2 SW4, 621, 560, WHIT, $209.84, SWANN, BLK K LOT 8 BRISBINS, 71, CRWF, $212.88, 1/2 2009, BLK 17 LOT 3, 71, CRWF, $229.02, ALL 2009, 10, 31, 52, MANSFIELD, 71, CRWF, $231.40, ALL 2009, 18, 30, 52, E2SE4, 39, 80, MARS, $233.62, ALL 2009, 29, 30, 52, NE4NW4 NW4NE4, 39, 80, MARS, $233.62, ALL 2009, 11, 31, 52, PT, NW4NW4 711, 1.05, CRWF, $233.99, 1/2 2009, 8, 34, 50, NW 4, 282, 160, WHIT, $236.50, 1/2 2009, 8, 30, 52, SE4SW4 SW4SE4, 711, 80, CRWF, $239.12, ALL 2009, 25-28 INC HOUGHTONS ANNEX, 2, CHAD, $240.88, ALL 2009, 35, 29, 50, NW4, 924, 160, HMFD, $243.05, 1/2 2009, 3, 34, 49, NE4, 49, 160, CHAD, $244.58, 1/2 2009, 6, 34, 50, NW4, 49, 158.24, CHAD, $245.58, 1/2 2009, 33, 35, 49, NW4, 49, 160, CHAD, $248.82, 1/2 2009, 34, 35, 49, NE4, 49, 160, CHAD, $249.30, 1/2 2009, 35, 35, 49, SE4, 49, 160, CHAD, $249.33, 1/2 2009, LOT 6 REPLAT D G VICTORY HEIGHTS, 2, CHAD, $249.78, ALL 2009, BLK 12 LOT 4, 71, CRWF, $252.54, ALL 2009, 35, 35, 49, SW4, 49, 160, CHAD, $253.18, 1/2 2009, 23, 34, 48, NE4, 3, 160, CHAD, $255.17, 1/2 2009, 26, 29, 50, PT E2SW4 W2SW4, 924, 143, HMFD, $255.62, 1/2 2009, 12, 34, 49, SW4, 49, 160, CHAD, $256.98, 1/2 2009, 5, 29, 51, W2SW4, 391, 80, MARS, $257.26, ALL 2009, 32, 35, 49, NE4, 49, 160, CHAD, $260.81, 1/2 2009, 5, 32, 49, SE4, 49, 160, CHAD, $263.42, 1/2 2009, BLK 15 LOT 1, 71, CRWF, $267.22, ALL 2009, 27, 29, 50, SE4, 924, 160, HMFD, $280.20, 1/2 2009, 23, 33, 48, PT W2SW4, 3, 73.16, CHAD, $284.21, 1/2 2009, BLK 52 LOT 20, 2, CHAD, $285.79, 1/2 2009, BLK C LOT 13 DEWEES, 71, CRWF, $307.64, ALL 2009, 33, 33, 51, W2SW4 , 623, 80, WHIT, $312.78, ALL 2009, LOT 224 225 KENWOOD 2, CHAD, $320.88, ALL 2009, 10, 33, 48, TRACT 6 COUNTRY VIEW ESTATE PT SW 4, 3, 10, CHAD, $327.96, ALL 2009, 10, 33, 48, TRACT 4 COUNTRY VIEW ESTATES PT SW4, 3, 10, CHAD, $327.96, ALL 2009, 20, 35, 50, SW4SE4, 49, 3.44, CHAD, $329.45, 1/2 2009, 7, 31, 48, NW4NW4, 69, 37, CHAD, $331.97, 1/2 2009, BLK 21 LOT E 40’ OF 7, 71, CRWF, $338.90, ALL 2009, BLK J LOT N56’ OF 12 BRISBINS, 71, CRWF, $339.60, ALL 2009, LOT 288 KENWOOD, 2, CHAD, $341.44, ALL 2009, BLK78-LOT2, 2, CHAD, $342.27, 1/2 2009, BLK 1-LOT 7-8 WEAVERS, 2, CHAD, $345.04, 1/2 2009, BLK 21 LOT 9, 71, CRWF, $354.88, ALL 2009, 10, 30, 52, SE4NE4 E2SE4, 711, 120, CRWF, $358.68, ALL 2009, LOT 140 KENWOOD, 2, CHAD, $362.54, ALL 2009, BLK 92 LOT 1 A, 2, CHAD, $370.90, 1/2 2009, BLK 110 LOT 10, 2, CHAD, $387.84, ALL 2009, 13, 33, 49, PTNE4, 49, 14.1, CHAD, $, 389.16, ALL 2009, 29, 33, 47, PT NE 4, 3, 23, CHAD, $395.96, ALL 2009, BLK 7 LOT 9, 622, WHIT, $401.22, ALL 2009, BLK 4 LOT 8 BRISBINS, 71, CRWF, $405.30, ALL 2009, 22, 33, 51, PTNW4NE4 S2NE4, 621, 113, WHIT, $407.60, 1/2 2009, 1, 32, 49, PT E2, 69, 27.17, CHAD, $415.44, ALL 2009, BLK 14 LOT 15 PADDOCKS, 71, CRWF, $415.73, 1/2 2009, BLK 10 LOT 23, 71, CRWF, $424.96, ALL 2009, 11, 29, 51, NE4 N2NW4 SE4NW4, 924, 280, CRWF, $429.77, 1/2 2009, S1/2-138 & ALL-139 KENWOOD, 2, CHAD, $431.48, ALL 2009, BLK 2 LOT 14 15 16 17 RIDGEVIEW, 2, CHAD, $442.44, 1/2 2009, BLK 17 LOT 7 8 9 PADDOCKS, 71, CRWF, $443.44, ALL 2009, LOT 14 DAUS, 2, CHAD, $447.54, ALL 2009, 29, 30, 51, PTSE4, 39, 30, CRWF, $454.57, 1/2 2009, DAUS, 2, CHAD, $462.30, ALL 2009, 10, 34, 49, PT SE4 NE4, 49, 293.04, CHAD, $465.11, 1/2 2009, BLK 17 LOT W50’ OF 9, 71, CRWF, $469.74, ALL 2009, 35, 33, 51, PT N2SW4, 621, 17.1, WHIT, $469.78, ALL 2009, LOT S1/2 85 86 KENWOOD, 2, CHAD, $471.00, ALL 2009, 26, 33, 51, NW4, 621, 160, WHIT, $474.53, 1/2 2009, 22, 33, 51, SE4, 621, 160, WHIT, $480.85, 1/2 2009, BLK 19 LOT 2, 71, CRWF, $484.62, ALL 2009, BLK 1 LOT 22&N1/2 23 VICTORY HEIGHTS, 2, CHAD, $484.84, ALL 2009, BLK 11-LOT 14, 71, CRWF, $488.30, ALL 2009, LOT 8 A PT NW 1/4 OF17 ORMESHER, 2, CHAD, $489.59, 1/2 2009, 6, 34, 50, E2, 49, 321.01, CHAD, $495.91, 1/2 2009, LOT 20 21 HOUGHTONS ANNEX, CHAD, $496.15, 1/2 2009, 29, 35, 49, E2, 49, 320, CHAD, $496.60, 1/2 2009, 13, 34, 48, W2, 3, 320, CHAD, $502.44, 1/2 2009, 5, 34, 50, W2, 49, 321.55, CHAD, $502.47, 1/2 2009, 34, 35, 49, S2, 49, 318, CHAD, $505.11, 1/2 2009, 24, 34, 48, W2, 3, 320, CHAD, $510.91, 1/2 2009, BLK 3 LOT 6 7 8 9 10, 2, CHAD, $512.59, 1/2 2009, 26, 33, 51, S2SE4, 621, 80, WHIT, $523.00, ALL 2009, 7, 31, 47, N2, 441, 313.13, CHAD, $532.17, 1/2 2009, BLK 3 LOT 1 2 3 4 5 RIDGEVIEW, 2, CHAD, $537.27, 1/2 2009, BLK 29 LOT 10, 2, CHAD, $538.60, ALL 2009, 24, 33, 49, PT NE4, 49, 8.18, CHAD, $539.87, 1/2 2009, 11, 29, 49, NE4 E2NW4, 70, 240, CRWF, $542.25, 1/2 2009, BLK 35-LOT4, 2, CHAD, $549.86, ALL 2009, 20, 32, 51, NW4, 28, 145.8, WHIT, $558.12, ALL 2009, 27, 33, 51, S2NW4, 621, 80, WHIT, $562.12, ALL 2009, BLK A LOT S 90’ OF 13 DEWEES, 71, CRWF, $566.52, ALL 2009, BLK 9 LOT S37.5-25 N47.5, 2, CHAD, $594.57, 1/2 2009, BLK 37 LOT , 6, 2, CHAD, $602.41, 1/2 2009, 12, 31, 49, PT. BROKEN PLOW RD, 69, 1, CHAD, $606.98, ALL 2009, BLK 4 LOT 30, 2, CHAD, $611.41, 1/2 2009, 34, 33, 48, NW4, 3, 160, CHAD, $620.75, 1/2 2009, BLK 64 LOT 3, 2, CHAD, $621.61, 1/2 2009, BLK 9 LOT 22, 2, CHAD, $629.34, ALL 2009, 32, 33, 51, SE 4, 623, 160, WHIT, $630.30, ALL 2009, BLK 17 LOT 7, 71, CRWF, $637.40, ALL 2009, BLK 21 LOT 2, 71, CRWF, $637.60, ALL 2009, BLK 19 LOT 14 PADDOCKS, 71, CRWF, $657.04, ALL 2009, 34, 32, 52, PTW2SE4, 28, 1, CRWF, $670.80, ALL 2009, BLK 1 LOT 9, 71, CRWF, $681.38, ALL 2009, 30, 33, 48, SE4NE4SE4 PT NE4NE4SE4, 21, 11, CHAD, $703.89, 1/2 2009, BLK 4 SW9TH, 2, CHAD, $706.66, 1/2 2009, LOT 236 KENWOOD, 2, CHAD, $714.46, ALL 2009, 10, 30, 52, SE4NW4 SW4NE4 E2SW4 W2SE4, 711, 240, CRWF, $719.12, ALL 2009, BLK 2 LOT 7-8 VICTORY HEIGHTS, 2, CHAD, $723.88, ALL 2009, BLK 4 LOT 31 32, 2, CHAD, $728.17, 1/2 2009, 26, 35, 49, W2 W2E2, 49, 480, CHAD, $729.85, 1/2 2009, 19, 32, 48, E2 E2NW4, 69, 400, CHAD, $740.65, 1/2 2009, 26, 31, 49, S2NW4 N2NW4, 41, 160, CHAD, $778.92, ALL 2009, 31, 35, 50, W2 SE4, 49, 480.54, CHAD, $786.13, 1/2 2009, 24, 35, 51, S2NW4 S2NE4 S2, 491, 480, CHAD, $788.01, 1/2 2009, 15, 32, 52, NE4, 28, 160, CRWF, $791.06, 1/2 2009, 31, 32, 48, LOT 14 PARKVIEW TERRACE, 69, 0.57, CHAD, $, 804.97, 1/2 2009, 24, 33, 49, PT NE4, 49, 2, CHAD, $806.04, 1/2 2009, BLK 13-LOT 8 PADDOCKS, 71, CRWF, $816.28, ALL 2009, 25, 33, 51, S2N2SE4 S2SE4, 621, 120, WHIT, $825.42, ALL 2009, BLK 13 LOT 17, 2, CHAD, $830.08, ALL 2009, BLK 11 LOT E25’ OF E50’-1-2, 2, CHAD, $837.96, ALL 2009, 27, 31, 49, S2NE4 N2SE4, 41, 160, CHAD, $841.22, ALL 2009, BLK 7 LOT 4 PADDOCKS, 71, CRWF, $855.48, ALL 2009, 31, 33, 50, PT SW4SE4 N2SE4 SE4SE4, 621, 138.9, WHIT, $862.34, ALL 2009, 21, 32, 51, PT. NW4, 623, 10, WHIT, $865.78, ALL 2009, BLK 15 LOT 20, 2, CHAD, $881.18, 1/2 2009, BLK 1 LOT 10 N23’ OF 11, 2, CHAD, $883.96, 1/2 2009, BLK E LOT 7 BRISBINS, 71, CRWF, $894.02, ALL 2009, BLK 9-LOT 9, 10, & 11, 2, CHAD, $896.64, ALL 2009, BLK 8 LOT 6, 2, CHAD, $904.73, 1/2 2009, 24, 32, 51, S2NW4 PTW2SW4NE4 PTW2W2SE4, 711, 281, CRWF, $906.68, ALL 2009, BLK 21 LOT W 50’ OF LOT 28, 71, CRWF, $914.66, ALL 2009, BLK 30 LOT 10, 2, CHAD, $919.98, ALL 2009, BLK 26 LOT E41’ LOTS 7-8, 2, CHAD, $932.30, ALL 2009, 6, 31, 48, LOTS 20 21 22 WHISPERING PINES, 69, 2.66, CHAD, $932.48 ,ALL 2009, BLK 31 LOT E 10’ OF 8 ALL OF 9, 71, CRWF, $965.56, ALL 2009, 28, 35, 49, ALL SECTION 28, 49, 640, CHAD, $966.95, 1/2 2009, 25, 35, 51, ALL SECTION 25, 491, 640, CHAD, $970.65, 1/2 2009, BLK 90 LOT 6, 2, CHAD, $970.78, ALL 2009, 31, 32, 48, PT SW4NW4 TRACT B, 69, 0.46, CHAD, $975.74, ALL 2009, 2, 34, 49, ALL SECTION 2, 49, 640.96, CHAD, $987.63, 1/2 2009, BLK 14 LOT 1 & 2 PADDOCKS, 71, CRWF, $988.12, ALL 2009, 27, 35, 49, ALL SECTION 27, 49, 640, CHAD, $993.19, 1/2 2009, 12, 31, 49, PT. BROKEN PLOW RD, 69, 1, CHAD, $1,007.92, ALL 2009, 2, 29, 51, ALL SECTION 2, 924, 640.92, MARS, $1,016.85, 1/2 2009, BLK 2 NORHTEAS 6TH ADD, 2, CHAD, $1,033.68, 1/2 2009, BLK 7 LOT 27, 2, CHAD, $1,037.36, ALL 2009, BLK H LOT 11 BRISBINS, 71, CRWF, $1,045.68, ALL 2009, BLK 13 LOT 9 PADDOCKS, 71, CRWF, $1,072.70, ALL 2009, LOT 286 287 KENWOOD, 2, CHAD, $1,077.92, ALL 2009, 23, 33, 51, S2, 621, 320, WHIT, $1,115.57, 1/2 2009, 31, 32, 48, LOT 16 PARKVIEW TERRACE, 69, 0.87, CHAD, $1,121.18, ALL 2009, 30, 33, 50, SW4, 621, 161.2, WHIT, $1,132.08, ALL 2009, BLK 107 LOT 16, 2, CHAD, $1,151.24, ALL 2009, 31, 33, 50, NW4 LOTS 3-4 NE4SW4 621, 310.88, WHIT, $1,179.10, 1/2 2009, 28, 33, 51, S2NE4 SE4, 621, 240, WHIT, $1,210.84, ALL 2009, 27, 33, 48, E2, 3, 320, CHAD, $1,241.48, 1/2 2009, 20, 35, 50, ALL SECTION 20, 49, 542.12, CHAD, $1,246.93, 1/2 2009, 16, 34, 48, NW4NW4, 3, 5, CHAD, $1,325.04, 1/2 2009, 11, 34, 49, ALL SECTION 11, 49, 640, CHAD, $1,345.03, 1/2 2009, 30, 33, 48, LOT 1 SOUTH RIDGEVIEW ESTATES, 21, 5.25, CHAD, $1,362.52, ALL 2009, 14, 34, 48, NW4 SE4, 3, 320, CHAD, $1,408.79, 1/2 2009, 28, 31, 51, PT SW4SE4, 711, 18.83, CRWF, $1,433.68, ALL 2009, 17, 30, 52, E2NW4 W2SW4 E2 NE4SW4, 39, 520, MARS, $1,538.84, ALL 2009, 26, 31, 52, TRACT 2 PT S2N2, 711, 5, CRWF, $1,565.26, ALL 2009, BLK 4 LOT 5 6, 2, CHAD, $1,627.38, ALL 2009, BLK 5 LOT N2 - 21 & ALL OF 22-24 BIRDSALL & LEAHY, 2, CHAD, $1,629.00, ALL 2009, 9 32, 51, NE4 NORTH OF COUNTY RD NW4, 623, 163, WHIT, $1,650.60, ALL 2009, 13, 33, 49, PTSE4NE4 PTNE4SE4, 49, 6.91, CHAD, $1,653.94, ALL 2009, 2, 29, 49, E2 SW4, 70, 480.65, CRWF, $1,655.37, 1/2 2009, 3, 32, 51, E2 E2SW4 SE4NW4, 623, 446, WHIT, $1,765.71, 1/2 2009, 26, 33, 51, NE4 N2S2, 621, 320, WHIT, $1,807.60, ALL 2009, BLK 29 LOT 11, 2, CHAD, $1,839.38, ALL 2009, BLK 1 LOT 5 PARRYS HILLCREST, 2, CHAD, $1,854.12, ALL 2009, 12, 32, 48, PT. NW4, 3, 150, CHAD, $1,866.80, ALL 2009, 20, 30, 52, ALL OF 20, 39, 640, MARS, $1,884.06, ALL 2009, BLK 42 LOT 1 & 2, 2, CHAD, $1,890.18 , ALL 2009, 22, 33, 48, PT E2SE4, 3, 14.72, CHAD, $1,944.06, 1/2 2009, 5, 32, 51, ALL SECTION 5, 623, 653.12, WHIT, $2,000.40, ALL 2009, 8, 33, 48, PT SE4 LOT 2 HORSESHOE ACRES SUB, 21, 3.14, CHAD, $2,413.36, ALL 2009, 16, 33, 48, PT N2S2SW4 PT S2SE4, 21, 17.03, CHAD, $2,488.04, ALL 2009, 1, 32, 51, NE4NE4 SE4NE4 PTSW4NE4 PTSE4NW4, 621, 146.8, WHIT, $2,563.04, ALL 2009, BLK 10 LOT 21, 2, CHAD, $2,667.40, ALL 2009, BLK 2 LOT 13 & W1/2 14 PARRYS HILLCREST, 2, CHAD, $3,415.64, ALL 2009, BLK 2 LOT PARCEL B & C BIRDSALL LEAHY, 2, CHAD, $3,519.65, 1/2 2009

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Upper Niobrara White

NRD

January Expenses 2011

AFLAC, $504.76: Alliance Times-Herald, $256.42: Chadron Express Lube, $27.25: Chadron Home Center, $3.40: Chase Card Services, $688.66: Clements Associated Inc., $773.49: Crawford Clipper, $104.00: DAS Communications, $193.59: Dawes County Treasurer, $9,802.30: Dietrich & Sautter, CPAs, PC, $4,000.00: Duane Sandberg, $500.00: Farm Plan, $26.49: Fulton-Denver Company, $43,956.00: Great Plains Communications, $54.95: IRS, $7,779.68: Loran Swanson, $500.00: Lyndon Vogt, $103.50: McClaren Ranch LLC, $500.00: Mid-American Benefits, Inc., $653.00: NARD Risk Pool Association, $9,739.84: Nationwide Financial, $3,705.47: NCAP-SVS, $25.00: NDEQ, $2,803.00: NE Dept. of Revenue (Sales Tax), $525.74: NE Dept. of Revenue, $475.55: Nebraska Total Office, $49.00: Nebraska U.C. Fund, $62.14: NPPD, $198.56: NWRA, $531.00: NYP Corp., $48,588.75: Purchase Power, $1,219.99: Quill, $1,761.43: Rapid City Journal, $1,193.80: Reed Trailer Sales, $6,825.00: Sheridan County Journal Star, $150.00: SkillPath Seminars, $154.96: SourceGas, $30.38: Specht Farms, Inc., $500.00: The Ledger, $120.78: Wahlstrom Ford, $11.66: Walmart Community, $128.08: WARD Laboratories, $138.60: Web HSP, LLC, $28.95: Westco, $40.02: Salaries, $20,108.36

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Regular Meeting

February 14, 2011

The Board of Education of Chadron Public Schools was convened in Regular Session on February 14, 2011 by President Kuskie at 5:30 pm. Board members present: Tom Menke, Sandy Roes, Dave Johnson, Terri Haynes, Keith Drinkwalter, and Charlie Kuskie.

President Kuskie announced the posting of a complete copy of the Open Meetings Act on the west wall of the conference room next to the entrance.

11-02-01: Motion by Mrs. Roes, seconded by Mr. Menke, to declare the meeting properly publicized with the media and open to the public. Voting Aye: Tom Menke, Sandy Roes, Dave Johnson, Terri Haynes, Keith Drinkwalter, and Charlie Kuskie. Motion carried.

President Kuskie welcomed visitors to the meeting.

11-02-02: Motion by Mr. Drinkwalter, seconded by Mrs. Haynes, to approve the Agenda of the Regular Meeting for February 14, 2011 as amended to include an additional letter of resignation. Voting Aye: Sandy Roes, Dave Johnson, Terri Haynes, Keith Drinkwalter, Charlie Kuskie, and Tom Menke. Motion carried.

11-02-03: Motion by Mrs. Haynes, seconded by Mr. Drinkwalter, to approve the minutes from the December 13, 2010 meeting. Voting Aye: Dave Johnson abstained, Terri Haynes, Keith Drinkwalter, Charlie Kuskie, Tom Menke abstained, and Sandy Roes abstained. Motion carried, 3-0-3.

11-02-04: Motion by Dr. Johnson, seconded by Mrs. Roes, to approve the minutes from the Regular Board Meeting of January 10, 2011 and Special Board Meeting of January 17, 2011. Voting Aye: Terri Haynes, Keith Drinkwalter, Charlie Kuskie, with abstention from the minutes of January 10, 2011, Tom Menke, Sandy Roes, and Dave Johnson. Motion carried.

Award and/or Honors

Dr. Winchester announced those employees with perfect attendance (*donotes both 1st and 2nd semesters): Clete Budler, Christine Ambrose, DeeDee Grant, Sara Bounous*, Shelley Burch*, Karen Gibson, Eric Calkins, Jeanne Hoffman*, Elaine Fromm, Carissa Elliott, John Girard, Margaret Cary*, Jeanette Matt, Janet Pickering*, LaVonne Hanson, Colleen Harford*, Lorna Eliason, Laurie Schmidt, Mark Rutter, Marleta Hastings, Curt Holmquist*, Blakelee Hoffman, Mary Ann Wess*, Jodi Hendrickson, Carolyn Hinrichs, Todd Hastings*, Renee Mann*, Angel Lindsey, Cathy Kaus, Genie Singer*, Carey Madsen*, Mike Kaus, Don Matt*, Karen Krueger, Joe McCarty*, Norma Moody, Jeanine Mohr*, Kathy Smith, and Andy Pope*.

Dr. Winchester also announced the district has received a generous anonymous $5,000 donation from a local patron. The principals are in charge of determining the best way to spend this money to benefit students.

Mr. Pope announced the following NSAA Academic All-State Awards for Fall: Boys Cross Country – Tait Earney, Geoffrey Ledbetter; Girls Cross Country – Nicky Applegarth, Haley Kizer; Football – Austin Brown, Riley Stack; Girls Golf – Kelli Haynes, Kaitlin Stevens; Play Production – Abbey Dorshorst, Gina Jackson; Softball – Chrissy Calamari, Jaycee Housch; and Volleyball – Leanne Hinrichs, Jamie McLain.

Mr. Pope also announced High School Wrestlers who recently qualified for State: Brandon Dehling at 130 lbs, Justin Schremmer at 140 lbs, Colby Reisen at 145 lbs, and Zach Lurz at 189 lbs.

Mr. Dressel announced that Greg McCallum won the Geography Bee, Shoilee Rahman won the Spelling Bee, and Mrs. Cary was the first recipient to receive the Faculty Recognition Award which she presented to Connie Dietrich as the second recipient.

Congratulations to all those mentioned above.

Treasurer’s Report for January 2011:

Fund Description, Beginning Balance, Revenue, Expenditures, Other, Ending Balance

General Fund, 1,674,655.58, 1,107,768.11, 796,370.73, (24.35), 1,986,028.61

Depreciation, 625,181.26, 8,699.05, -, 616,482.21

Lunch Fund, 34,128.91, 29,711.36, 58,699.00, -, 5,147.27

Bond Fund, 5,664.27, 42,724.26, -, -, 48,388.53

Special Building Fund, 583,295.80, 20,958.94, 2,745.66, -, 601,509.08

Cooperative Fund, -, -, -, -, -,

TOTAL, 2,922,925.82, 1,201,162.67, 866,514.44, (24.35), 3,257,549.70

11-02-05: Motion by the Finance Committee, seconded by Mr. Drinkwalter, to approve the bills and claims from the General Fund in the amount of $134,628.66, the Depreciation Fund in the amount of $50,063.49, the Lunch Fund in the amount of $29,388.00, and the Special Building Fund in the amount of $2,000.00. Voting Aye: Keith Drinkwalter, Charlie Kuskie, Tom Menke, Sandy Roes, with abstention from 61752, Dave Johnson, and Terri Haynes. Motion carried.

11-02-06: Motion by the Finance Committee, seconded by Mr. Drinkwalter, to approve the claims from the Student Activity Fund in the amount of $24,712.87 and the Student Fee Fund in the amount of $2,455.00. Voting Aye: Charlie Kuskie, Tom Menke, Sandy Roes, Dave Johnson, Terri Haynes, and Keith Drinkwalter. Motion carried.

Student Performance and Program Reports

Building Principal Reports

East Ward Elementary: Mr. Cogdill discussed the following: 1) Top Banana Award goes to Mrs. Patterson this month; 2) Boys and Girls Club is up and running – site coordinator is Cady Shanahan; 3) Enrollment is 208; 4) January absence report completed; 4) February 18 will be a 1:30 pm dismissal; 5) February 21 is a teacher in-serice day; 6) February 28th is the EW PSG at 5:30 pm; and 7) Staff working on energy saving ideas.

Kenwood Elementary: Mrs. Alcorn discussed the following: 1) Enrollment is 119; 2) 100 Day Celebrations were January 24; 3) the next PIRC Advisory Council Meeting will be February 15 to discuss Bingo for Books to be held February 17 from 6-7 pm; 4) Looking into a “Vision of What’s Possible Event” grant opportunity ($2,000) to continue work established by the PIRC grant; 5) February 18 is an All School Pajama Party; and 6) Teacher collaboration activities scheduled for February 18 afternoon and February 21 morning with some technology training scheduled February 21 afternoon.

Rural Schools: Mr. Rutter discussed the following: 1) Enrollment is currently 86 students; 2) Excessive absence report for January complete – none over 10 days to report; 3) recent NAEP and DIBELS testing completed; 4) February 22 is the County Spelling Bee at 3:45 pm – CMS; 5) Sam Sauser-Smith from Prairie Home won the rural Geography Bee; 6) Parent Teacher Conferences were successful; and 7) Communication with parents regarding transfers is in progress. Transfer applications due April 1.

Chadron Middle School: Mr. Dressel discussed the following: 1) Enrollment is currently 217; 2) 100% of 8th Graders completed the NeSA writing test and NAPE test in early February; 3) First meeting of the Parent Support Group was January 24 – next meeting is scheduled for February 21 at 6 pm in the CMS Library; 4) 60% attendance rate for recent Parent Teacher Conferences – despite poor weather and schedule conflicts; 5) January attendance report completed; 6) Review of Student Responsibility Plan continues; 7) February 18 will be 6-8 Grade Dance in CMS gym; 8) Drug Recognition Expert will talk to CMS staff on February 18; and 9) February 22 is the County Spelling Bee.

Chadron High School: Mr. Pope discussed the following: 1) Enrollment is 254; 2) Excessive Absenteeism Report for January completed; 3) Next Mentor Meeting will be March 16 at 6 pm; 4) 48 students taking 62 AP classes; 5) Recent Cardinal recognition was awarded to John Girard; and 6) invitation to BOE members to visit CHS when possible.

B. Board Committee Reports

Finance Committee – nothing to report.

Curriculum Committee – nothing to report.

Policy Committee – several policies on the agenda for approval.

Building and Grounds Committee – nothing to report.

Personnel Committee – nothing to report.

Superintendent’s Report

Superintendent Winchester reviewed the following: (a) LB18 Education Jobs Allocation - $209,817.96 for Chadron; (b) RTI and SIP Flow Charts; (c) Building updates; (d) Distance Learning Letter to NDE – Draft.

11-02-07: Motion by Mrs. Haynes, seconded by Mrs. Roes, to approve the Draft Distance Learning Letter to be sent on behalf of the District to NDE. Voting Aye: Tom Menke, Sandy Roes, Dave Johnson, Terri Haynes, Keith Drinkwalter, and Charlie Kuskie. Motion carried.

Dr. Winchester had already reviewed item (e) AARA/ESEA Update during item (a) above.

Unfinished Business

Item 5.a. – Discuss, consider, and take all necessary action on sale of Old Whitney High School Building – has been tabled until next meeting.

New Business

Item 6.a. – Discuss, consider, and take all necessary action on the second reading of the Whistle Blower Policies #4119.16 & #4219.16 – has been tabled until next meeting.

11-02-08: Motion by Mrs. Haynes, seconded by Mrs. Roes, to approve on second reading Policy #4157 – District Safety Policy. Voting Aye: Sandy Roes, Dave Johnson, Terri Haynes, Keith Drinkwalter, Charlie Kuskie, and Tom Menke. Motion carried.

11-02-09: Motion by Mrs. Haynes, seconded by Mr. Drinkwalter, to approve on second reading Policy #4157.1 – Employee Injury on the Job and Policy #4157.2 – Accident Reports. Voting Aye: Dave Johnson, Terri Haynes, Keith Drinkwalter, Charlie Kuskie, Tom Menke, and Sandy Roes. Motion carried.

11-02-10: Motion by Mrs. Haynes, seconded by Mr. Menke, to approve the 2011-12 District Calendar as presented. Voting Aye: Terri Haynes, Keith Drinkwalter, Charlie Kuskie, Tom Menke, Sandy Roes, and Dave Johnson. Motion carried.

11-02-11: Motion by Mrs. Haynes, seconded by Mrs. Roes, to adopt the “Resolution on the CIR and Helping Local Boards” as recommended by NASB. Voting Aye: Charlie Kuskie, Tom Menke, Sandy Roes, Dave Johnson, and Terri Haynes. Voting Nay: Keith Drinkwalter. Motion carried, 5-1.

11-02-12: Motion by Mr. Drinkwalter, seconded by Mrs. Roes, to approve the following HVAC repairs/proposals by Rasmussen: $4115 for a VFD drive on AHU-1 at CMS; $8,012 for a AHU-1 coil replacement at CHS; $9,350 for a unit ventilator at CHS; and $10,781 for a coil replacement at Kenwood. Voting Aye: Tom Menke, Sandy Roes, Dave Johnson, Terri Haynes, Keith Drinkwalter, and Charlie Kuskie. Motion carried.

Item 6.h. – Discuss, consider, and take all necessary action on an Interlocal Agreement to facilitate sharing of staff with other school districts – had been tabled until the next meeting.

Roundtable Discussion

Dr. Winchester discussed the schedule of the Board Retreat for February 18 & 19, 2011.

Personnel

11-02-13: Motion by Mrs. Roes, seconded by Mrs. Haynes, to accept with regret letters of resignation from Margaret Carey, 8th Grade Language Arts Teacher at CMS, and Colleen Harvey, Librarian at CMS and CHS, effective the end of the current school year. Voting Aye: Sandy Roes, Dave Johnson, Terri Haynes, Keith Drinkwalter, Charlie Kuskie, and Tom Menke. Motion carried.

Advanced Planning

Regular March Board Meeting – March 14, 2011 at 5:30 pm

Finance Committee Meeting – March 14, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Building & Grounds Committee Meeting – TBD

Policy Committee Meeting – TBD

NRCSA Legislative Forum – February 22 in Lincoln at the Cornhusker

NASB Leadership Workshop – rescheduled for February 23, 2011 at 5:30 pm here by video conference

Dawes County Joint Planning Meeting – March 3, 2011 at 5:30pm in the Student Center Ballroom at CSC

Strategic Planning Meetings – to be set after Board Retreat.

Mr. Cebula spoke regarding the Strategic Planning Meetings and the need to communicate with stakeholders.

Advanced Planning (continued)

Non-profit Leadership Institute – March 16, 17, 30, 31, April 13, 14 at Box Butte General Hospital for $25 per session.

11-02-14: Motion by Mrs. Roes, seconded by Mrs. Haynes, to adjourn the meeting at 7:26 pm. Voting Aye: Dave Johnson, Terri Haynes, Keith Drinkwalter, Charlie Kuskie, Tom Menke, and Sandy Roes. Motion carried.

Charlie Kuskie

President, Board of Education

Kim Morrow

Secretary, Board of Education

21ST CENTURY JOHN DEERE, 1,085.00, ABC ELECTRIC, 60.00, ALICAP, 611.00, AMC Math Competition, 136.00, ARROW BUILDING CENTER, 42.00, AS Central Services, OCIO, 231.58, BILBY, DAWN, 319.77, BIRD, PATRICIA, 93.84, BLACK HILLS WEEKLY GROUP, 279.58, Black Hills Weekly Group, 72.00, BOB’S SNOW REMOVAL, 240.00, BOKELMAN, RONDA, 49.02, CATTIN, JOHN, 116.28, CATTIN, JOHN, 569.36, CHADRON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL, 696.85, CHADRON HIGH SCHOOL, 577.06, Chadron Home Center, 126.01, CHADRON STATE COLLEGE, 25.00, CHADRON WHOLESALE, INC, 74.17, CITY OF CHADRON, 1,568.10, Colorado Calico Company, 433.32, COUNTRY KITCHEN, 330.00, CPS DINING SERVICES, 25.72, CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING, 160.00, Daylight Donut, 32.80, Diers, Amee, 428.06, Dietrich, Connie, 7,200.00, DRINKWALTER, KELLI, 52.33, Dynamite Document Destruction, 610.00, EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT #13, 6,114.02, FARM PLAN, 42.99, FLEET SERVICES, 563.89, FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES, 1,034.31, FULLER CONSTRUCTION, 1,400.00, GARRETT, CHRISTOPHER, 174.42, Global Equipment Company, 98.00, H&H Sanitation & Recycling, Inc, 73.00, HANSON, LAVONNE, 82.50, HENCEY PLUMBING, 697.05, HOFFMAN, RICHARD, 156.60, HOLIDAY INN DOWNTOWN LINCOLN, 84.00, IDEAL LINEN SUPPLY, 1,582.45, JAMISON, LISA, 69.11, JERSILD, CRAIG, 261.63, JOHNSON, SCOTT, 116.28, JOSTENS, 517.66, JW Pepper & Son, Inc., 17.97, Koerber, Cleo, 131.44, KONE, INC., 693.38, Larsen, Jody, 165.70, Lemmon, Jerry, 1,018.95, Lemmon, Joel, 203.49, Lien, Kayla, 109.01, MADSEN, JUSTIN, 232.56, Meeks, Sammy, 46.51, MILLER, SHANNA, 130.13, Mitchell, Colleen, 58.14, MOBIUS COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY, 125.00, MOTEL 6, 90.00, NASB, 6,280.94, NE CENTER FOR THE EDUCATION OF CHILDRES, 343.00, NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DIST., 8,964.68, NEBRASKA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT OFFICE, 780.00, Nebraska/Central Equipment, Inc., 38,518.90, NORMAN, MIMI, 929.50, NORM’S CARQUEST AUTO PARTS, 161.82, NORTHWEST RURAL PUBLIC POWER DISTICT, 670.94, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY INCORP., 1,992.75, One Source, 269.50, O’Rourke, Jim, 232.56, OTICON INC, 515.00, OUTLAW PRINTING, 189.00, OVERHEAD DOOR CO., 340.67, PETERSON, PAULA, 5,312.00, PETTY CASH ACCOUNT, 1,433.65, Phillips, Kelly, 87.21, PINE RIDGE LAND SURVEYS, INC., 725.00, POPPLERS MUSIC, INC., 78.73, QWEST, 251.80, RASMUSSEN MECHANICAL SERVICES, 3,728.98, REDFERN, TEENA, 116.28, RISCHLING, LINDA, 85.00, ROBERT’S ELECTRIC, 25.52, ROES, JAMIE, 232.56, RON’S REPAIR, 38.50, SAFEWAY STORES, 226.05, SANDSTROM, JOANN, 190.27, Scholastic Book Clubs, Inc., 318.00, SCHUMACHER, MARILYN, 66.08, Seger, Russell, 200.00, Serres, Sarah, 87.21, SHELL FLEET PLUS, 156.67, SHIFFLER EQUIPMENT SALES, 228.74, Snyder, Kristi, 116.28, SOFTWARE UNLIMITED, 20.00, SOURCEGAS, 139.36, SOURCEGAS, 6,769.11, SOURCEGAS, 17.46, SOURCEGAS, 4,924.78, SOURCEGAS, 475.31, SOURCEGAS, 725.31, STARBAND COMMNICATIONS INC., 89.00, STEWART, JOHN, 87.21, TED’S SNOW REMOVAL, 325.00, U.S. POST OFFICE, 1,000.00, VAHRENKAMP, KRISTY, 188.96, WAHLSTROM FORD, 65.80, WAL-MART, 367.11, WCHR, 6,479.00, WHITNEY VILLAGE WATER DEPARTMENT, 43.74, WILD, KERRI, 110.47, Winchester, Caroline, 76.00, WINSOR LEARNING, 987.80, Xerox Corporation, Meter Read Information, 5,508.41, Fund Total: 134,628.66, Checking Account: 1, Fund: 02 Depreciation, Golden West, 2,862.89, Nebraska/Central Equipment, Inc., 46,481.10, PETTY CASH ACCOUNT, 719.50, Fund Total: 50,063.49, Checking Account: 1 Fund: 06 School Lunch, CREATIVE DINING SERVICES, 29,328.00, HENCEY PLUMBING, 30.00, PESTS GO, LLC, 30.00, Fund Total: 29,388.00, Checking Account:, 1 Fund: 08 Special Building, CHADRON GLASS, 1,500.00, MORFORD’S DECORATING CENTER, 500.00, Fund Total: 2,000.00, Checking Account Total: 216,080.15

Publish Feb. 23, 2011

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BOE/Commissioner Meeting Notice:

Notice is hereby given the Dawes County Board of Equalization will commence on March 2, 2011 at 9:00 A.M. with the Board of Commissioners meeting to follow beginning at approximately 9:20 A.M. Both meetings will be held in the Commissioner’s Room at the Court-House and are open to the public.

Cheryl Feist

Dawes County Clerk

Publish Feb. 23, 2011

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CHADRON, NEBRASKA 

February 16, 2011

DAWES COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

The Public convened meeting of the Dawes County Commissioners meeting in regular session was commenced at the hour of 9:00 A.M. on the 16th day of February 2011 in the Commissioner’s room and published pursuant to public notice as required by law. The meeting was called to order by Commissioner Johnson. Roll was called and the following Commissioners were present: Commissioners’ Johnson, Stewart and Swinney. Also present was Deb Lesmeister, Dawes County Deputy Clerk, Chris Fankhauser, KCSR. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited by those who were present. Per LB 898 the Chairman announced the location of posted information concerning the Open Meetings Act. Copies of the Act are available upon request by anyone attending the meeting.  Kerri Rempp, Chadron Record entered the meeting at 9:07 A.M.   At 9:12 A.M. Adam Edmund, Deputy County Attorney entered the meeting.  Motion by Commissioner Stewart to amend the agenda to include an appointment scheduled by Joseph Applegarth and a resolution for the 1 and 6 year road plan.  Seconded by Swinney. Roll call vote, Ayes: Stewart, Swinney and Johnson. Nays: None. Motion carried. Minutes of the February 2, 2011 meeting were reviewed. Motion by Commissioner Swinney, seconded by Stewart, approving the minutes as published. Roll call vote, Ayes: Swinney, Johnson and Stewart. Nays: None.  Motion carried. Claims were reviewed. Motion by Commissioner Stewart, seconded by Swinney, approving all claims as submitted. Roll call vote, Ayes: Stewart, Johnson and Swinney.  Nays: None. Motion carried.  Motion by Commissioner Swinney to surplus one 1993 IH Truck, green in color, from Road District #2.  Seconded by Stewart.  Roll call vote, Ayes:  Johnson, Swinney and Stewart. Nays:  None.  Motion carried.  Payroll and Officials fee reports were reviewed.  Correspondences reviewed included: Legislative updates discussed were LB#383 concerning loss of state aid to counties, LB#597 concerning the consolidation of county office, and LB#688 which deals with removal of retirement benefits for county officials.  LB#87 pertains to the mowing of road ditches, changing the responsibility from the county to the land owner.  Commissioner Swinney would like to see a Game, Fish and Park Commissioner appointed to this area.  The Governor appoints this position and he feels it would be valuable to this area.  He is willing to research this information and share it at a later time with the other Commissioners.

At 9:33 A.M. Jeff Fankhauser, Veterans Service Officer, met with the Board. He shared with the Commissioners that the van has been damaged by a collision with a deer, and the damages will be approximately $3500.00 to repair. He stated the 2000 Caravan had 130,000 miles on it. He told the Board that presently their office serves 822 veterans in Dawes County. 

Mr. Fankhauser shared his concerns with the Board whether it would be beneficial to trade at this time.  Mr. Swinney shared that there may be local veterans organizations to help with financial support to purchase a new vehicle. The Board would like Mr. Fankhauser to come back with estimates for different options including salvage value on old vehicle and what might be available if they chose to replace current van.  Jeff also told the Commissioners that he would be attending Veterans Service Officer training in Biloxi, Mississippi in June 2011.  Mr. Fankhauser left the meeting.  At 9:50 Larry Burbach entered meeting.

At 9:51 A.M. the Commissioners recessed.  At 10:03 the Commissioners reconvened.

At 10:04 A.M. Larry Burbach, Nebraska Machinery approached the Board.  He was inquiring if the Board has need for machinery at this time and that they have a large selection of inventory available.  They thanked him for stopping in.  Mr. Burbach left the meeting at 10:11 A.M

For road updates the Commissioners asked the Deputy Clerk to post notice of a special meeting for February 23, 2011 at 1:00 P.M. for the purpose of interviews for the position of Road Superintendent. Concern about the bridge on Brown road was discussed.  The bridge on Brown Road has had a visual inspection as requested by individuals.  The load limit signs are currently posted. The Schuchmacher Bridge has also been looked at. Commissioner Swinney said the County Trailblazer has been taken in for service at GMC of Chadron for oil change and to get a minor thing fixed.  He would like to see a maintenance schedule with the vehicle so all mileage, oil changes and need for tires are recorded.  At 10:15 A.M. John and Junice Dagen entered the meeting. At 10:22 Blaine Yardley entered the meeting.

At 10:30 A.M. Commissioner Johnson declared the public hearing open on the one and six year road plan.  In attendance were the Commissioners, Deputy County Attorney, Deputy County Clerk, Kerri Rempp, Chris Fankhauser, John and Junice Dagen and Blaine Yardley.  Mr. Yardley, who prepared the one and six year road plan on behalf of the County gave a presentation of the plan and also shared a list of the maintenance projects that are planned.  Commissioner Swinney would like a list of the culverts in the county that need attention.  John Dagen, who has lived on Country Club Road for 24 years, said the road is in need of attention.  He would like to see the ditches pulled and gravel is needed.  He said that it is especially bad from the Drinkwalter place and south.  This particular road is on a school bus route and a rural mail route.  He said children who do ride the bus must meet it at the highway due to the poor condition of the road. Junice Dagen also stated the road is very muddy.  At times it is difficult to travel the road in their car.  She stated that a delivery service and one other business will not provide services to their home due to road conditions.  Mr. and Mrs. Dagen were thanked for their input.  As there were no other comments, Commissioner Stewart made motion to close the hearing, seconded by Swinney.  Ayes:  Swinney, Stewart and Johnson.  Nays:  None.   Motion carried.  Commissioner Johnson read Resolution 6-2011 to approve the one and six year road plan.  Motion by Commissioner Swinney to approve the plan, seconded by Stewart.  Ayes:  Stewart, Johnson and Swinney.  Nays:  None.  Motion carried. At 10:42 A.M. John and Junice Dagen left the meeting.  At 10:44 A.M. Blaine Yardley left the meeting.

At 10:45 Joseph Applegarth met with the Board, also in attendance was Barbara Sebesta, Dawes County Treasurer.  Mr. Applegarth shared with the Board a timeline in his dispute with SWANN. Margaret Applegarth entered the meeting. The dispute has been ongoing since April 2002 and he would like resolution of this matter.  Commissioner Johnson thanked Mr. Applegarth for his input. Joseph Applegarth and Margaret Applegarth left the meeting at 11:07 A.M.  Barbara Sebesta left the meeting at 11:07 A.M.

At 11:08 Commissioner Stewart made motion to go into executive session to discuss personnel matters.  Seconded by Swinney.  Roll call vote, Ayes:  Johnson, Swinney and Stewart.  Nays:  None.  Motion carried. Kerri Rempp, Chris Fankhauser, and Deb Lesmeister left the meeting.

At 12:07 P.M.   Commissioner Stewart made a motion to reconvene to regular session.  Seconded by Swinney.  Roll call vote, Ayes:  Swinney, Stewart and Johnson.  Nays:  None.  Motion carried. No action was taken during executive session.

At 12:08 P.M.  Jay King, custodian approached the Board concerning an employee break room.  He was instructed to wait as they would like to visit with the County Attorney concerning his move from the building at 408 Main Street.

There being no further business before the Dawes County Board of Commissioners a motion to adjourn at 12:17 P.M. was made by Commissioner Stewart, seconded by Swinney.  Roll call vote, Ayes:  Stewart, Johnson and Swinney.  Nays:  None.  Motion carried.  The next meeting will be March 2, 2011 beginning at 9:00 A.M., starting with Board of Equalization followed by the Regular Commissioner meeting.  The meetings will be held in the Commissioners room at the Courthouse. A current agenda for the meetings is kept on file in the County Clerk’s office during normal business hours for inspection, but will close by 3:00 P.M. on Friday, February 25, 2011. The Agenda may be modified to include items of emergency nature. The meetings of the Dawes County Commissioners are open to the public. Disclaimer: A complete text of all Resolutions passed by the Board is available upon request in the County Clerk’s office during normal business hours.

ATTEST:

DAWES COUNTY

COMMISSIONERS

Deb Lesmeister

Dawes County Deputy Clerk

February 16, 2011 the following claims were audited, allowed and warrant orders drawn on their respective Accounts: Key for Claims: 100=General Fund; 200=Roads Fund; 990=Visitors Fund; 1100=Reappraisal Fund; 1900=Veterans Aid Fund; 2360=Drug Fund; 2500=Grants Fund; 2700=Inheritance Fund; 1275=Health Claims Fund; 2910-911=Emergency (Communications); 2913=Wireless Communications; 4000=Courthouse Bond Payment Fund.

FUND, NAME, TOTCLAIMS, 100, ABSALON FOOD CENTER, $1,579.14, 100, AFLAC, $358.15, 100, AMERITAS LIFE INSURANCE CORP, $5,927.01, 100, AT&T, $50.33, 100, ROBERT HARDY, $630.00, 100, BOX BUTTE COUNTY SHERIFF, $7,260.00, 100, THE BUSINESS CONNECTION, $111.47, 100, CELESTE CATTIN, $82.50, 100, CHADRON HOME CENTER, $11.98, 100, CHADRON WHOLESALE, $19.13, 100, CITY OF CHADRON, $382.92, 100, CMRS-FP, $500.00, 100, COE ENGINEERING, $1,320.00, 100, CRAWFORD CLIPPER/HARRISON SUN, $313.50, 100, CULLIGAN WATER CONDITIONING, $10.00, 100, DAWES CO TREASURER/FUND 1275, $16,743.97, 100, DAWES COUNTY ASSESSOR, $80.25, 100, DAWES COUNTY TREASURER, $570.00, 100, DAWES COUNTY TREASURER, $10.00, 100, ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE INC, $450.00, 100, EXETER ARMS, $395.00, 100, FIRST BANKCARD, $157.41, 100, FIRST NATIONAL BANK, NORTH PLATTE, $9,403.93, 100, FLEET SERVICES/SHERIFF, $487.62, 100, JAMIE GOFFENA, $59.09, 100, GREAT PLAINS COMMUNICATIONS, $297.44, 100, JJ’S ENGRAVING & SALES, $7.00, 100, MANNA SYSTEMS AND CONSULTING, $251.69, 100, MIDWEST MAILING SOLUTIONS,INC, $129.00, 100, MIDWEST SPECIAL SERVICES, $220.18, 100, MIPS INC, $2,651.16, 100, MOBIUS COMMUNICATIONS, $40.00, 100, NE ASSOC OF COUNTY TREASURERS (NACT, $75.00, 100, NE DEPT OF HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES, $19.00, 100, NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, $1,126.63, 100, NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT, $292.34, 100, NEBRASKA TOTAL OFFICE/CLERK, $33.56, 100, NEBRASKA TOTAL OFFICE/CO ATTORNEY, $45.99, 100, NEBRASKA TOTAL OFFICE/EXTENSION, $7.55, 100, NEBRASKA TOTAL OFFICE/TREASURER, $95.17, 100, NORTHWEST RURAL PUBLIC POWER DIST, $83.05, 100, PANHANDLE ASSOCIATION OF CO CLERKS. $25.00. 100. PESTS GO. $30.00. 100. PETERSEN DRUG. $53.73. 100. QWEST. $496.66. 100. QWEST. $5.83. 100. RAPID CITY JOURNAL/COMMISSIONERS. $242.06. 100. RAPID CITY JOURNAL/TREASURER. $80.93. 100. RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEMS. $42.47. 100. SCOTTS BLUFF CO DETENTION CENTER. $7,140.00. 100. SCOTTS BLUFF COUNTY SHERIFF. $23.80. 100. SHELL FLEET PLUS-SHERIFF. $151.95. 100. SHELL-EXTENSION OFFICE. $40.46. 100. HOLLY SHIELD. $20.00. 100. SKAVDAHL & EDMUND. $5,109.08. 100. STANARD APPRAISAL SERVICES INC. $517.50. 100. VERIZON WIRELESS. $125.62. 100. VERIZON WIRELESS. $245.50. 100. WALMART COMMUNITY. $30.34. 100. WALMART COMMUNITY/E911. $31.11. 100. WESTERN CARTOGRAPHERS. $800.00. 100. WESTERN COMMUNICATIONS, INC. $462.50. 100. XEROX CORPORATION/VETERANS OFFICE. $76.53. 200. AFLAC. $220.94. 200. AMERITAS LIFE INSURANCE CORP. $548.46. 200. ARMSTRONG EXTINGUISHER SERVICE INC. $955.00. 200. CHADRON LUMBER COMPANY INC. $142.85. 200. CITY OF CRAWFORD, $102.00, 200, CONTRACTORS MATERIALS, $146.90, 200, DAWES CO TREASURER/FUND 1275, $1,359.10, 200, DAWES COUNTY TREASURER, $100.00, 200, FIRST NATIONAL BANK, NORTH PLATTE, $1,387.26, 200, GMC OF CHADRON, $2.78, 200, GODFREY BRAKE SERVICE & SUPPLY, INC, $917.16, 200, GRIMM’S PUMP AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY, $445.72, 200, HENKENS EQUIPMENT INC, $126.22, 200, HERREN BROTHERS TRUE VALUE, $49.29, 200, HOTSY EQUIPMENT CO, $183.80, 200, INLAND TRUCK PARTS & SERVICE, $339.12, 200, LEVI’S AUTO, $90.00, 200, LINWELD, $46.68, 200, MANNA SYSTEMS AND CONSULTING, $363.73, 200, METAL PRODUCTS COMPANY, $118.50, 200, NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, $267.39, 200, NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT, $247.35, 200, NEBRASKA TOTAL OFFICE/ROADS, $76.80, 200, NEBRASKALAND TIRE, $28.08, 200, NORM’S CARQUEST AUTO PARTS, $981.40, 200, PINE RIDGE SERVICE CENTER,INC, $9,659.28, 200, POWERPLAN, $7,083.29, 200, REGIONAL WEST MEDICAL CENTER, $90.00, 200, RESPOND FIRST AID SYSTEMS, $167.04, 200, RON’S REPAIR SHOP, $71.50, 200, SELECT PARTS,INC, $303.49, 200, SHEEHAN MACK SALES & EQUIP,INC, $46.20, 200, STURDEVANT’S AUTO PARTS, $1,639.90, 200, SUMMIT SIGNS & SUPPLY,INC, $350.25, 200, TREE DOC, $1,500.00, 200, VERIZON WIRELESS, $111.05, 200, WAHLSTROM FORD INC, $1,661.92, 200, WESTCO, $11,833.28, 990, CHADRON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, $2,000.00, 990, LAMAR OUTDOOR ADVERTISING, $1,389.00, 990, RIDE THE RIDGE, $500.00, 1275, DAWES COUNTY INSURANCE ACCOUNT, $30,000.00, 2910, CITY OF CHADRON, $77.00, 2910, OFFICE DEPOT CREDIT PLAN, $249.48, 2910, QWEST, $409.03, 2910, QWEST, $90.00, 2910, WESTERN COMMUNICATIONS, INC, $890.00

Disclaimer: A complete list of all employees & claims are available at the Dawes Co Clerk’s Office.

Publish Feb. 23, 2011

947

NOTICE

OF TRUSTEE’S SALE

The following described properties will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder on the front steps of the Dawes County courthouse, in Chadron, Nebraska, on April 4, 2011, at 1:00 p.m.

Security First Bank is the Trustee named in the Deed of Trust, dated February 13, 2003 recorded September 29, 2003, Book 177, pages 95-104, in the office of the Register of Deeds of Dawes County, Nebraska, covering the below described property.

Security First Bank is the Trustee named in the Deed of Trust, dated February 18, 2004 recorded February 20, 2004, recorded as Instrument 2004-000270, in the office of the Register of Deeds of Dawes County, Nebraska, covering the following described property:

LOT 5, BERNARD ADDITION, A PLATTED SUBDIVISION IN DAWES COUNTY, NEBRASKA, LOCATED IN THE S ½ SE ¼ OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 33 NORTH, RANGE 48 WEST OF THE 6TH P.M., DAWES COUNTY, NEBRASKA.

A TRACT OF LAND LOCATED IN THE SW ¼ SW ¼ OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 33 NORTH, RANGE 48 WEST OF THE 6TH P.M., DAWES COUNTY, NEBRASKA, MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCING AT THE SW CORNER OF SECTION 16, THENCE N 00 DEGREES 28’ E, 1326.4 FEET ON THE SECTION LINE; THEN S 89 DEGREES 52’E, 1260.3 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, THEN S 89 DEGREES 52’ E, 190.0 FEET; THEN S 05 DEGREES 34’ W, 236.4 FEET, THEN NORTHWESTERLY 190.0 FEET, PARALLEL AND 150.0 FEET NORTHERLY FROM THE CENTER LINE OF MAIN TRACK, C & NW RR TO A POINT, THEN N 05 DEGREES 44’ E, 225.9 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, AND KNOWN AS TRACT B; AND,

A TRACT OF LAND LOCATED IN THE S ½ S ½ OF SECTION 16, TOWNSHIP 33 NORTH, RANGE 48 WEST OF THE 6TH P.M., DAWES COUNTY, NEBRASKA, MORE PARTICULARY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 16; THEN N 00 DEGREES 28’E, 1326.4 FEET ON THE SECTION LINE; THEN S 89 DEGREES 52’ E, 1450.3 FEET ON A PROPERTY LINE FENCE TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THEN S 05 DEGREES 34’W, 236.4 FEET; THEN S 86 DEGREES 37’ 30” E, 2163.2 FEET ON THE NORTH LINE OF CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN RAILROAD RIGHT OF WAY; THEN N 03 DEGREES 51’ E, 224.15 FEET; THEN S 86 DEGREES 09’ E, 395.16 FEET; THEN N 00 DEGREES 11’ W, 158.5 FEET ON THE WEST LINE OF LOT 5, GRIESER ADDITION; THEN N 89 DEGREES 50’ 30” W, 2545.35 FEET ON A PROPERTY LINE FENCE TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.

This sale shall be subject to unpaid real estate taxes, special assessments and restrictions or encumbrances of record which affect the property. The highest bidder will deposit with the Trustee, on the day and time of the sale, ten percent (10%) of the opening bid, in cash or certified funds, with the remainder to be received by the Trustee by 5:00 p.m. on the day of the sale, except this requirement is waived when the highest bidder is the Beneficiary. The purchaser is responsible for all fees or taxes, including documentary stamp tax. This sale is made without warranties as to title or condition of property.

Dated: February 18, 2011.

By:/s/ James R Wefso

Security First Bank, Trustee

By: James R. Wefso, Senior Executive Vice President

Publish Feb. 23, Mar. 2, 9, 16 and 23, 2011

948

CITY COUNCIL MEETING PROCEEDINGS

JANUARY 17, 2011

The Mayor and City Council of the City of Chadron, Nebraska met in regular session in the City Hall Council Chambers at 234 Main Street on the 17th day of January, 2011, at 5:00 o’clock P.M. The following individuals were present: Mayor John Chizek, Vice Mayor Steve Duncan, Councilmembers Donny Grantham, Karin Fischer and Levi Grant. Councilmembers absent: None.

Others present: City Manager Sandy Powell, City Clerk Donna Rust, City Attorney Adam Edmund, Public Works Director Milo Rust, Zoning/Building Official Janet Johnson, and Chief of Police Tim Lordino. Others absent: None.

Mayor Chizek called the meeting to order and declared a quorum present. The Mayor also read the following before continuing with the meeting: “As required by Section 84-1412, subsection of the Nebraska Statutes, notice is hereby given that a copy of the Open Meetings Act is posted for your examination on the wall inside the door to these City Council Chambers.”

The following items of business were conducted.

The Council considered a motion to approve the Consent Agenda, which included the following items:

1) Minutes for City Council Meeting No. 2011-01, January 3, 2011

The Minutes were approved as amended and distributed.

2) Correspondence

The Council received an invitation from Nebraska Northwest Development Corporation inviting the Council to attend the Annual Membership Meeting Luncheon scheduled for Wednesday, January 19, 2011, at the Country Kitchen Banquet Room.

3) Claims

NOTE: Se Service; Su Supplies; Tr Exp Travel Expenses; Maint Maintenance; Subscr Subscription; Membr Membership

ABC Electric, Su/Se, 410.60; American Water Works Assn, Memb, 165.00; Arrow Building Center, Fence/Su, 628.47; AS Central Services, Se, 571.59; Baker & Taylor, Su, 603.97; Barco Municipal Products, Barricade, 683.12; Bauerkempers, Se/Su, 148.84; Black Hills Weekly, Subs, 72.00; Central Parts Warehouse, Su, 397.01; Chadron, City of, Dental Side Fund, 195.00; Chadron, City of, FICA through 1/4/11, 5,488.48; Chadron, City of, Payroll through 1/4/11, 75,057.50; Chadron Glass, Windshields, 229.95; Chadron Home Center, Su, 103.95; Chadron Lumber, Su, 13.99; Chadron Wholesale, Su, 140.04; Christensen Company, Layne, Se, 14,978.67; Cornhusker Press, Su, 88.23; Culligan, Su, 227.50; Demco, Su, 181.63; Edmund, Adam, Se, 2,680.00; Enviro, Se, 62.00; First National Bank of Chadron, Se, 20.00; First National Bank NP, HSA through 1/41/11, 635.48; First National Financial Services, Bond, 50.00; First National Bank NP, HSA Employer Contribution, 140.00; Gale, Su, 23.40; Great Plains Communications, Se, 107.40; Great Plains One Call Service, Se, 27.23;

Hansen, Maruta, Se, 200.00; Great Plains One Call Service, Se, 16.45; Hansen, Maruta, Se, 180.00; Hawkins, Su, 966.75; Heartland Aviation, Fuel Truck/Mileage, 366.00; High Plains Community Dev., Se, 200.00; Hills Materials, Su, 3,067.62; Hutton, Mark, Contract, 3,501.00; Ideal Linen, Su, 65.25; Ingram, Su, 433.88; JJ’s Engraving, Su, 4.75; Kutschara, Shauna, Se, 12.00; League of Nebraska Municipalities, Regis, 315.00; Linweld, Su, 16.92; Lordino, Tim, Auto Allowance, 300.00; Madison National Life, Premium, 176.10; Mid-States Crime Center, Memb, 150.00; Mobius, Se, 40.00; Municipal Supply, Se/Maint, 1,337.50; Nebraska NW Dev. Corp, Luncheon, 12.00; Nebraska Public Health Lab, Se, 84.00; Nebraska Public Power, Se, 9,437.40; Nebraska Secretary of State, Notary Fee, 30.00; Norms Carquest, Su/Se, 1,065.59; NW Rural Public Power, Se, 63.15; Omaha World Herald, Subs, 288.74; Outlaw Printers, Su, 618.50; Panhandle Public Health District, Se, 30.00; Panhandle Veterinary Clinic, Se, 330.00; Petty Cash, Reimb, 32.22; Pumpkin Books, Su, 131.90; Quality Tire, Su, 291.52; Quill, Su, 150.33; Qwest, Se, 596.06;

Rapid City Journal, Se, 892.33; Regional Care, Benefits, 11,190.04; Regional Care, Health Side Fund, 24,513.42; Sauder Construction, Se/Su, 3,439.00; Service Master of Chadron, Se, 478.20; Showcases, Su, 44.50; Star Herald, Se, 629.97; Sturdevants, Su/Se, 452.23; SWANN, Collections, 54,928.83; Thewke, Ray, Reimb, 82.38; US Postmaster, Fee, 185.00; Vantage Point Trust Employee, Pension through 1/4/11, 2,777.39; Vantage Point Trust Police, Pension through 1/4/11, 1,441.89; Verizon, Se, 567.88; Wahlstrom Ford, Se, 371.43; Westco, Su, 533.43; Western Communications, Se, 332.00; WGGA, Regis, 170.00; WPCI, Se, 74.50; Xerox, Lease/Copies, 673.89. TOTAL: 232,109.22

The foregoing schedule of claims is published in accordance with Nebraska Revised Statutes 19-1102.

4) Minutes for Boards and Commissions

The Minutes for the Planning Commission meeting held January 10, 2011, were distributed to the Council.

5) Cemetery Annual Report for 2010

The 2010 Annual Report for Greenwood Cemetery as prepared by the Parks/Cemetery Superintendent Scott Schremmer was received by the Council and ordered placed on file.

All members present voting Aye on the motion to approve the Consent Agenda, the motion carried.

Colette Fernandez, Executive Director, Chamber of Commerce, updated the Council on Chamber activities.

Deb Cottier, Executive Director, Nebraska Northwest Development Corporation, appeared before the Council to give a report and update with regard to the organization.

Doug Budd, Airport Operations Supervisor, was not in attendance to give a report and update with regard to the Chadron Municipal Airport.

The Council considered Resolution No. 2011-03, which Resolution recommends approval of the request by Wrecker’s Roadhouse for a Special Designated License for Sunday, February 6, 2011. All of the members present voting Aye, the Resolution was passed and adopted.

The Council considered Resolution No. 2011-04, which Resolution recommends the approval of the request by Knights of Columbus Council #1128 for a Special Designated License for a dance and reception on February 19, 2011. All of the members present voting Aye, the Resolution was passed and adopted.

The Council considered Resolution No. 2011-05, which Resolution approves a Settlement and Mutual Release Agreement with Fischer Construction, Inc., and Siemens Water Technologies Corporation regarding the wastewater treatment facility. All of the members present voting Aye, the Resolution was passed and adopted.

The Council considered Resolution No. 2011-06, which Resolution recommends approval of Change Order No. 4 for Fischer Construction for the wastewater treatment facility project in the amount of $6,692.00, Baker & Associates. The majority of the members present voting Aye, the Resolution was passed and adopted.

The Council considered Resolution No. 2011-07, which Resolution recommends approval of Progress Estimate No. 10 in the amount of $246,462.00 to Fischer Construction for materials furnished and work performed in the Chadron Wastewater Treatment Facility Project. The majority of members present voting Aye, the Resolution was passed and adopted.

The Council considered Resolution No. 2011-08, which Resolution recommends approval of Progress Estimate No. 11 in the amount of $50,000.00 to Fischer Construction for materials furnished and work performed in the Chadron Wastewater Treatment Facility Project. The majority of members present voting Aye, the Resolution was passed and adopted.

Jack Baker and Barry Swanson appeared before the Council on behalf of Baker & Associates to discuss an amendment to the contract for additional engineering services required for the wastewater treatment facility project. The request was for a not-to-exceed contract extension of $40,000. Upon further discussion, motion was made and seconded to authorize final payment in the amount of $32,500 to Baker & Associates for additional engineering services associated with the wastewater treatment facility project. The majority of members present voting Aye, the motion carried.

Public Works Director Milo Rust reported on an amendment to the engineering agreement with Olsson Associates for the Airport Lighting project at the Chadron Municipal Airport.

Motion was made and seconded to amend the engineering agreement with Olsson Associates for the Airport Lighting project at the Chadron Municipal Airport to include the Taxiway A Lights in the project, based on recommendation by the Nebraska Department of Aeronautics. The majority of members present voting Aye, the motion carried.

Discussion was held regarding the change in time for regular City Council meetings. The staff was directed to draft an ordinance to set the meeting time for regular City Council meetings for 6:00 p.m. for consideration at the next Council meeting.

Terry Birnbaum, Street Superintendent was present to discuss the Agreement Renewal for maintenance of Highway US-20 and Highway US-385 with the Council.

The Council considered Resolution No. 2011-09, which Resolution recommends approval of the Agreement Renewal for Maintenance Agreement No. 7 between the Nebraska Department of Roads and the City of Chadron. All of the members present voting Aye, the Resolution was passed and adopted.

Motion was made and seconded to appoint Public Works Director Milo Rust as the City’s alternate representative to the Solid Waste Agency of Northwest Nebraska. All members present voting Aye, the motion carried.

Zoning/Building Official Janet Johnson reported on 2010 building permit statistics.

Chief of Police Tim Lordino reported on the assignment of a Police Officer to the WING task force.

Street Superintendent Terry Birnbaum reported on the snow removal efforts and trying to clear the streets of snow and ice.

City Manager Powell reported on the Housing Fair scheduled for January 18, 2011, at the Dawes County Fairgrounds.

Mayor Chizek congratulated Con Marshall on being selected as the Citizen of the Year by the Chadron Record.

The meeting was adjourned at 6:38 o’clock P.M.

The official Minutes are available for review at the office of the City Clerk.

CITY OF CHADRON

/s/ Donna J. Rust

City Clerk

Publish Feb. 23, 2011

949

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF TRADE NAME

Trade Name DUNBAR’S U-DESIGN IT

Name of Applicant SHELLEY DEE DUNBAR

Address 554 CEDAR BUTTES, CHADRON, NE 69337

Applicant is an individual

Date of first use of name in Nebraska is: 1/28/2011

General nature of business RETAIL OF CUSTOM DESIGNED PRODUCTS

/s/Shelley Dunbar

Signature of Applicant or Legal Representative

Publish Feb. 23, 2011

950

Notice of Special Meeting

Chadron Public Schools

A Special Meeting of the Chadron Public School Board of Education is scheduled for 5:30 pm on Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011 The meeting will be held in the High School Auditorium at 602 E. 10th Street, Chadron, NE 69337. An agenda may be obtained from the Office of the Superintendent at the above address. The Meeting is open to the public.

Publish Feb. 23, 2011

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