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sors ($1,000.00) attending national competition. Roll Call:
Voting Yes:
Hoffman, Huffman,
Menke, Montague-Roes, Nitsch, Pourier
Voting No: None
Motion Carried: 6-0
Motion by Mr. Hoffman, seconded by
Mr. Menke, to accept the proposal from
Lunchtime Solutions, Inc. for the Food
Service Management Company. Roll Call:
Voting Yes:
Hoffman, Huffman,
Menke, Montague-Roes, Nitsch, Pourier
Voting No: None
Motion Carried: 6-0
Motion by Ms. Montague-Roes, seconded by Mr. Hoffman, to provide transportation for the Wanderlust Cardinals to
and from the Rapid City airport. Roll Call:
Voting Yes:
Hoffman, Huffman,
Menke, Montague-Roes, Nitsch, Pourier
Voting No: None
Motion Carried: 6-0
Personnel
Motion by Mr. Huffman, seconded by
Mr. Menke, to approve the teaching contract for Taylor Coy, SPED. Roll Call:
Voting Yes:
Hoffman, Huffman,
Menke, Montague-Roes, Nitsch, Pourier
Voting No: None
Motion Carried: 6-0
Motion Mr. Menke, seconded by Ms.
Montague-Roes, to approve the 2019
Superintendent Goals as presented. Roll
Call:
Voting Yes:
Hoffman, Huffman,
Menke, Montague-Roes, Nitsch, Pourier
Voting No: None
Motion Carried: 6-0
Student Performance and Program
Reports
Administrator
Reports
Including: Building Principals, Technology
Director, Curriculum Director, and
Maintenance Supervisor can be found on
the district’s website at chadronschools.
org. Primary Principal Uhing discussed
field trips, testing results and end of year
events. Intermediate Principal Cogdill discussed bump up days, testing and end
of year programs. MS Principal Dressel
discussed student successes. HS Principal
Mack discussed year end events.
Superintendent’s Report
Dr. Winchester presented the AdvancEd
Systems Accreditation and the ESSA
Programs Review Letter. The CPS Exit
Questionnaire for staff is being updated.
The following para’s have resigned: Kara
Brodrick, Preschool; Kayla Paul, Primary
and Valerie Townsend, Primary. The following para’s have been hired: Alora Tweet,
Primary; Sarah Patterson Primary; Jennifer
Hare, Primary; Kaci Swinney, Intermediate;
and Tamara Bates, Primary. NDE visited to
review the AWARE Grant. A Fresh Fruit
and Veggie Grant has been submitted. The
revised 2018-19 Calendar was reviewed.
Title VI Grant (Native American) has been
submitted and approved
Board Member Roundtable (non-action)
Approving the new teacher contact
for 2019-20 was something the BOE did
tonight for student learning.
Advance Planning
Curriculum Committee Meeting, May
20, 2019 at Noon
Policy Committee Meeting-May 20 at
7:00 AM
Building & Grounds Committee
Meeting-June 3, 2019 @ Noon
Personnel Meeting-June 10, 2019 at 7:00
AM (consider not meeting 7.8.19)
Finance Committee Meeting – June 10,
2019 at Noon
Regular Board Meeting–June 10, 2019
at 5:30 PM
Foundation-May 15, 2019 @ 7 AM
NASB New BOE Member Follow-up
Retreat-June 13 @ Kearney
NASB School Law Seminar-June 14 @
Kearney
Public Comment Time for items not on
the Agenda
None
Adjournment
Motion by Mr. Hoffman, seconded by
Mr. Menke, to adjourn at 7:16 PM. Roll
Call:
Voting Yes:
Hoffman, Huffman,
Menke, Montague-Roes, Nitsch, Pourier
Voting No: None
Motion Carried: 6-0
Tom Menke
President, Board of Education
Sara Taylor
Secretary, Board of Education
Bills
Advance Education, Inc. 6,000.00 Alpha
Rehabilitation, P.C. 362.09 Anderson, Kerri
185.14 ARROW BUILDING CENTER
41.98 AWARDS UNLIMITED, INC.
108.96 Beguin, Brad 281.01 Black Hills
Energy 5,502.58 BLACK HILLS WEEKLY
GROUP 1 , 2 7 2 . 5 9 B R O A D R E A C H
277.31 Buchheit, Kimberly 2 5 4 . 5 6
Buskirk, Kristen 84.30 Capital Business
Systems Inc. 2,255.92 CATTIN, JOHN
927.49 Chadron Ace Hardware 3,023.59
CHADRON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
6,072.97 CHADRON GLASS 275.00
CHADRON MEDICAL CLINIC P.C.
245.00 CHADRON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
53.70 CITY OF CHADRON 1,564.28
CITY OF CHADRON 2,832.81
COGDILL, WILLIAM 168.61 Comfort
Inn Kearney 104.95 Connell, Dina 393.41
Craig, Tyler 252.91 Cullan, Melissa 173.57
DAS State Accounting-Central Finance,
229.49 EDUCATIONAL SERVICE
UNIT #13 22,508.60 EDUCATIONAL
SERVICE UNIT #16 100.00 Engravers
465.00 FAIRFIELD INN & Suites Kearney 399.80 Ferguson, Anna 505.82
Fisher, Jessica 105.79 Froman, CJ 370.28
FULLER CONSTRUCTION 1,980.00
GMC OF CHADRON 500.00 GRANT MILLER COMM INC 68.91 Great Plains
Communications 1,295.90 Hampton InnKearney 104.00 HENCEY PLUMBING
1,573.60 HILLS TIRE & SUPPLY 700.00
Hillyard/Sioux Falls 852.44 Hughbanks
-Pyle, Jennifer 590.12 IDEAL LINEN
SUPPLY1,109.76 Johnson, Lucius 393.41

Minutes
JOSTENS 141.15 KEIM, BROOKE
148.77 Leonard, Allison 309.11 Lien, Kayla
173.57 LUNCHTIME SOLUTIONS, INC.
8.09 Lynn, Elizabeth 45.00 Macker Tek Ltd.
54,923.00 Madison National Life Insurance
Co 7.28 MADSEN, CAREY 252.91
Mann, Renee 57.50 Mays, Cindy 12.50
MORFORD’S DECORATING CENTER
6,000.00 Mosaic @ Bethphage Village
3,738.00 NASB 180.00 National History
Day, Inc.900.00 NCSA 3,940.00 Nebraska
Gov 75.00 NEBRASKA NORTHWEST
DEV. CORP. 100.00 NEBRASKA PUBLIC
POWER DIST. 8,926.36 Nebraskaland
Tire
85.74 Nesheim, Kymmberly 45.00
O’Donnell, George 224.81 Paper 101,
1,697.35 PERRY, GUTHERY, HAASE, &
GESSFORD, P.C., L.L.O. 120.00 Pourier,
Morgan 112.40 PROTEX CENTRAL 69.82
QUALITY TIRE 337.00 RASMUSSEN
MECHANICAL SERVICES 5,257.52
Rasmussen, Alyssa 735.05 REGION I
642.88 Rising, Jessica 393.41 SAFEWAY
STORES 30.86 Scherbarth, Chelsey 476.06
Sellman, Sandi 590.12 Skeeter’s NAPA
Auto Parts 707.93 Smith, Heidi 351.26
Smith, Kathy 75.00 Smith, Nathan 185.14
Stoker, Laura 365.31 Striv, Inc. 1,975.00
STUDENT ASSURANCE SERVICES,
INC. 1,345.00 Tewahade, Dana 1,269.61
Traphagan, Gerald 50.82 U.S. Bank 2,993.29
Verizon Wireless 179.54 WAHLSTROM
FORD 272.55 WAL-MART 649.72
WESTERN COOPERATIVE COMPANY
26.47
WESTERN
PATHOLOGY
CONSULTANTS956.50
WRIGHT
EXPRESS FCS (GEN) 1,841.00 General
Fund 170,568.05 HOBART SALES AND
SERVICE 462.99 Lunchtime Solutions
37,971.57 U.S. Bank 699.99 VANCO
Payment Solutions 51.70 Lunch Fund
39,186.25 Security First Bank-Chadron
4,821.64 Special Building Fund 4,821.64
Barry, Heather 58.00 Verizon Wireless 27.67
Cooperative Fund 85.67 Total 214,661.61
Publish May 22, 2019
434
CHADRON, NEBRASKA
May 14, 2019
DAWES COUNTY BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS
The Public convened meeting of the
Dawes County Commissioners in regular
session was commenced at the hour of
9:11 A.M. on the 14th day of May, 2019
pursuant to public notice as required by
law. The meeting was called to order by
Commissioner Rivera. Roll was called and
the following Commissioners were present: Commissioners Rivera, Johnson and
Stewart. Also present was Cheryl Feist,
Dawes County Clerk: Adam Edmund,
Deputy County Attorney; Twila Satchell;
Tim and Connie Bosak and Darci Hayes.
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. Motion by Commissioner
Stewart, seconded by Johnson, approving
the agenda. Roll call vote, Ayes: Johnson,
Stewart and Rivera. Nays: None. Motion
carried. Motion by Commissioner Stewart,
seconded by Johnson, to approve the minutes of the April 23, 2019 meeting. Roll call
vote, Ayes: Stewart, Rivera and Johnson.
Nays: None. Motion carried. Claims
were reviewed. Motion to approve the
claims by Commissioner Johnson, seconded by Stewart, with the exception of claim#
19050131 in the amount of $95.00 payable
to River A Holdings. Roll call vote, Ayes:
Rivera, Johnson and Stewart. Nays: None.
Motion carried. Motion by Commissioner
Johnson, seconded by Stewart, to pay claim
#19050131 in the amount of $95.00 payable to River A Holdings. Roll call vote,
Ayes: Johnson and Stewart, with Rivera
abstaining from the vote. Correspondence
acknowledged by the Board was the RSVP
Newsletter.
At 9:25 A.M. Luke Peebles, USDA,
met with the Board re: contract renewal
and 2019/2020 budget. He reported he
enjoys working with the people in our area
and Don Fryda has been instrumental in
helping him become more familiar with
our area. A total of 780 hours has been
dedicated to coyote, skunk and prairie dog
control efforts. He informed the Board
there is a three (3%) percent increase in
the 2019/2020 contract. The new contract amount is $22,169.98. Commissioner
Stewart, seconded by Johnson, moved to
enter into a cooperative agreement between
Dawes County and USDA for a period to
five (5) years for predator control services.
Roll call vote, Ayes: Rivera, Johnson and
Stewart. Nays: None. Motion carried. Prior
to Public Comment ensuing Commissioner
Rivera indicated to those present to keep
comments limited to Public Comments.
Randy Schommer indicated Luke Peebles is
doing a great job. He went on to say a few
years back he had requested grading the
road from Bart Stewart’s place to where his
road starts. He reported the County did a
good job and he appreciated the work done.
He requested an autogate be installed on
Schommer Loop Road by the County. He
in turn would do all the fence work. Before
leaving the meeting he said the County
Roads are going to need a lot of work
after recent storms. In other business the
Board reviewed and approved by general
consent of the Board all monthly fee/mileage reports. The County Clerk presented
three (3) Tourism Grants for the Boards
review and approval to wit: Ride the Ridge
in the amount of $1440.00; Pine Ridge
Trail Races in the amount of $1500.00
and Western Wildlife Show in the amount
of $2250.00. Upon review, a motion was
made by Commissioner Stewart, seconded
by Johnson approving all three grants as
presented. Roll call vote, Ayes: Johnson,
Stewart and Rivera. Nays: None. Motion
carried. The Board recessed at 9:42 A.M.
and reconvened to regular session at 9:47
A.M. Kerri Rempp, The Chadron Record,
joined the meeting in progress.
At 9:45 A.M. Dana Tewahade, Mental

Health Counselor with the school system
met with the Board re: proclamation of
May as Mental Health Awareness Month.
She reported through the combined efforts
of ESU 13; WCHR (Western Community
Health Resources) and Chadron Public
Schools an AWARE grant has been received
which will be used to address mental health
issues with area youth. She reported on
other activities that will be associated with
the grant. She will provide mental health
counseling services in the public school
system as well. Commissioner Stewart, seconded by Johnson, moved to proclaim the
month of May as Mental Health Awareness
Month and directed the Chairman to sign
said proclamation. Roll call vote, Ayes:
Stewart, Rivera and Johnson. Nays: None.
Motion carried.
At 10:02 A.M. Larry Hankin, Interim
Highway Superintendent, met with the
Board. The West Bethel Road project
was discussed. Mr. Hankin reported the
Engineer Estimate for this project has
come back at $291,368.00. Agreements with
DOT (Department of Transportation) still
need to be secured according to Deputy
County Attorney, Adam Edmund. Mr.
Hankin indicated for the record he would
be interested in seeing some other options
for the project. Mr. Hankin then presented
NEMA paperwork for the Boards review
and a letter authorizing Larry Hankin to
sign all necessary NEMA paperwork surrounding the recent disaster. Commissioner
Stewart, seconded by Johnson, moved to
authorize Larry Hankin, Interim Highway
Superintendent, to sign all necessary NEMA
paperwork to be submitted to NEMA.
Roll call vote, Ayes: Rivera, Johnson and
Stewart. Nays: None. Motion carried. Mr.
Hankin also shared a map showing what
county roads are still closed in Dawes
County. Commissioner Stewart noted for
the record that all roads in District 1 are
now open. At 10:30 A.M. a motion to
enter executive session re: a personnel
issue was made by Commissioner Stewart,
seconded by Johnson. Roll call vote, Ayes:
Johnson, Stewart and Rivera. Nays: None.
Motion carried. At 11:05 A.M. a motion
to reconvene to regular session was made
by Commissioner Johnson, seconded by
Stewart, with no action taken during executive session. Roll call vote, Ayes: Stewart,
Rivera and Johnson. Nays: None. Motion
carried. The individuals present for the
Mill Road Railroad crossing left the meeting. There was some confusion on the
County Clerk’s part in scheduling the Mill
Road Railroad crossing as it also sometimes
referred to as the Silent Road crossing.
At 11:09 A.M. Caleb Johnson, Budget
Coordinator, met with the Board to discuss
an up-coming budget amendment in light
of recent storms and the 2019/2020 budget. Discussion ensued surrounding what
fund(s) will be over; plans to zero out the
Road Construction Fund and setting a date
for the Public Hearing re: budget amendment. The Board set June 11, 2019 at 10:00
A.M. for the budget amendment hearing.
The hearing will be advertized in advance
to give the Public the opportunity to attend
the hearing.
At 11:25 A.M. Employee recognitions ensued. Certificates of Appreciation
were given to the following individuals
to wit: Shawna Honstien-5 years of service; Katie Haynes-11 years of service;
Lee Sayaloune-10 years of service; Gary
Bacon-12 years of service; Jay Bruns-23
years of service; Bill Gartner-30 years of
service; Robert Pickering-12 years of service and Mike Reynoldson-13 years of
service. The Board thanked all recipients
for their dedication and service to Dawes
County. The Board recessed at 11:50 A.M.
The Board reconvened at 3:20 P.M. to
meet with Sue Warner and Brett Young
of Blue Cross, Blue Shield re: Insurance
renewal. Also present was Karl Dailey,
Bobbi Wellnitz and Lindy Coleman. Several
aspects of insurance were discussed as well
as Medicare options.
At 4:35 P.M. there being no further
business before the Board, the Chairman
adjourned the meeting. The next meeting of
the Dawes County Commissioners will be
May 28, 2019 beginning at 9:00 A.M. The
meeting will be held in the former County
Courtroom located at the Courthouse. A
current agenda is available at the Clerk’s
Office during normal business hours but
will close at 12:00 P.M., May 23, 2019.
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. Also available during normal business hours are copies of any
reports submitted by entities.
ATTEST:
DAWES COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
Cheryl Feist
Dawes County Clerk
May 14, 2019 the following claims were
audited, allowed and warrant orders drawn
on the respective accounts: Key for claims:
100=General Fund; 200=Roads Fund;
650=HwyBridgeBuyback Program Fund;
990=Visitor’s Fund; 1100=Reappraisal
Fund; 1150=Preservation&Modernization
Fund;
1900=Veterans Aid Fund;
2360=Drug Fund;
2500=Grants
Fund;
2700=Inheritance
Fund;
2910-911=Emergency Communications;
2913=Wireless
Communications;
4000=Courthouse Bond Payment Fund.
FUND NAME TOTCLAIMS
100 AFLAC $1,471.24 100 AMERITAS
LIFE INSURANCE CORP $10,356.14 100
BIG BAT’S LLC-SHERIFF $1,339.07 100
BIG BAT’S LLC-TREASURER $25.00 100
BIG BAT’S SHELL-VETERANS $272.68
100 BIG BAT’S SHELL-WEED $56.20
100 BLACK HILLS ENERGY $659.34
100 BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD
OF NE $33,449.32 100 BOX BUTTE
GENERAL HOSPITAL $1,045.90 100
WESTON BURCH $13.69 100 THE
BUSINESS CONNECTION $127.56 100
CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS

INC
$30.00 100 CENTURYLINK
$999.67
100
CHADRON
ACE
HARDWARE $1,765.45 100 CHADRON
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL & HEALTH
$5,205.71 100 CHADRON MEDICAL
CLINIC $129.00 100 CHAMBERLAIN
CHAPEL INC $2,595.00 100 CITY OF
CHADRON $458.15 100 CITY OF
CRAWFORD $32.53 100 CLERK OF
DIST COURT ASSOCIATION $100.00
100 CONNECTING POINT $254.45 100
CRAWFORD CLIPPER/HARRISON
SUN $446.30 100 CULLIGAN-ASSESSOR
$30.00 100 CULLIGAN-CO ATTORNEY
$16.00 100 CULLIGAN-DIST COURT
$24.00 100 D&S MARKET,LLC $2,459.19
100 DAS STATE ACCOUNTING
$215.93 100 DAWES CO TREAS/
DELINQUENT PP TAXES $899.18
100 DAWES COUNTY SHERIFF’S
OFFICE $63.00 100 DAWES COUNTY
TREASURER $612.00 100 DIXIE
EATON $25.00 100 ENGRAVERS $684.50
100 FIRST BANKCARD/CHERYL
FEIST $26.51 100 FIRST BANKCARD/
PUBLIC DEFENDER $56.12 100 FIRST
BANKCARD/ROBERTA COLEMAN
$54.67 100 FIRST BANKCARD/
VETERANS $592.12 100 FIRST
BANKCARD/WEED DEPT $245.79 100
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, NORTH
PLATTE $17,144.64 100 GREAT PLAINS
COMMUNICATIONS $448.05 100
HILLS TIRE & SUPPLY $57.90 100 ICS
JAIL SUPPLIES INC $95.04 100 IDEAL
LINEN SUPPLY,INC $121.08 100
INTRALINKS,INC $180.76 100 DANIEL
R JOHNSON,DDS $66.00 100 KCSRAM $165.00 100 VICTOR KING $250.00
100 MADISON NATIONAL LIFE
$81.30 100 MAXIMUS,INC $2,100.00
100 MIPS INC $3,241.78 100 MOBIUS
COMMUNICATIONS $268.70 100 NE
ASSOC CO CLERKS,REG DEEDS,ELEC
C $125.00 100 NE PUBLIC HEALTH
ENVIRONMENTAL LAB $210.00
100 NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF
REVENUE $2,014.70 100 NEBRASKA
PUBLIC POWER DIST-E911 $32.50
100 NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER
DIST-WEED $209.86 100 NEBRASKA
PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT $1,507.38
100 NEBRASKA TOTAL OFFICE/
CLERK $68.49 100 NEBRASKA TOTAL
OFFICE/SHERIFF $200.19 100 LUKE
NORMAN $36.08 100 NOSSAMAN
PETIT LAW FIRM,PC $1,550.50 100
OFFICE DEPOT CREDIT PLAN
$61.19 100 OUTLAW PRINTERS,INC
$268.75 100 PETERSEN DRUG $755.57
100 PETERSEN SNOW REMOVAL
$1,540.00 100 POSTMASTER $75.00
100 PRITCHARD & ABBOTT,INC
$1,200.00 100 QUALITY INN-GRAND
ISLAND $182.00 100 QUALITY TIRE
$301.83 100 RAPID CITY JOURNAL/
COMMISSIONERS
$151.69
100
SADDLE ROCK ONE STOP $669.50 100
MALYCHANH SAYALOUNE $124.38
100 SCOTTS BLUFF CO DETENTION
CENTER $9,348.01 100 SHERIDAN
COUNTY SHERIFF DEPARTMENT
$38.15 100 SKAVDAHL & EDMUND
$5,611.92 100 SKEETERS AUTO
PARTS INC $28.36 100 ST JOSEPH
COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT
$88.00 100 GAGE STERMENSKY,DR
$1,955.00 100 STOCKMEN’S DRUG
$19.91 100 BRIAN TAYLOR $10.70 100
ROSALENE B TOLLMAN $54.76 100
UNIVERSITY OF NE-LINCOLN CAR
RENTAL $198.00 100 UNIVERSITY OF
NE-LINCOLN-WAGES EXT $17,832.01
100 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
$225.00 100 VERIZON WIRELESS/
COUNTY ATTORNEY $102.41 100
VERIZON WIRELESS/E911 $172.14
100 VSP VISION PLAN $239.83 100
WAHLSTROM FORD INC $54.60 100
WALMART COMMUNITY/CLERK
$48.91 100 WARNE CHEMICAL
& EQUIPMENT CO $1,086.90 100
BOBBI WELLNTIZ $16.83 100 SAM
WELLNITZ $14.49 100 WESTERN
COMMUNICATIONS, INC $462.50 100
XEROX CORPORATION/E911 $506.77
100 XEROX CORPORATION/SHERIFF
$75.64 100 XEROX CORPORATION/
VETERANS OFFICE $164.55 200 A
& H TRUCK SALVAGE,INC $175.00
200 AFLAC $331.40 200 AMERITAS
LIFE INSURANCE CORP $1,374.73
200 BIERSCHBACH EQUIPMENT &
SUPPLY,INC $413.40 200 BLACK HILLS
ENERGY $782.16 200 BLUE CROSS &
BLUE SHIELD OF NE $2,156.07 200
JAY BRUNS $58.85 200 CENTURYLINK
$144.24 200 CHADRON COMMUNITY
HOSPITAL & HEALTH $125.00 200
CHADRON MOTOR COMPANY
$1,306.45 200 CITY OF CHADRON
$118.50 200 CITY OF CRAWFORD
$114.40
200
CONTRACTORS
MATERIALS $892.00 200 DAWES
COUNTY TREASURER $55.00 200
PETER EMERSON $12.65 200 FIRST
BANKCARD/LARRY HANKIN $165.95
200 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, NORTH
PLATTE $4,095.37 200 GRIMM’S
PUMP AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY
$257.00 200 HERREN BROTHERS
TRUE VALUE $323.09 200 JOHN
DEERE FINANCIAL-ROADS $424.42
200
LITTREL
CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY $15,920.00 200 LOGAN’S
TRANSMISSION
$472.00
200
MATHESON LINWELD INC $31.80 200
MEDICAL ENTERPRISES,INC $110.00
200 MOBIUS COMMUNICATIONS
$40.12
200
MODERN
FARM
EQUIPMENT CORP $644.34 200
NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF
REVENUE $858.86 200 NEBRASKA
PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT $211.32
200 NEBRASKALAND TIRE $18.53 200
NMC EXCHANGE LLC/NEBRASKA
MACHINERY $5,186.93 200 NORTH
AMERICAN TRUCK AND TRAILER,IN
$1,057.61 200 NORTH CENTRAL
INTERNATIONAL,INC $12.07 200
NORTHWEST AUTO BODY &
PAINT $220.08 200 NORTHWESTERN

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