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PUBLIC NOTICES
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expenses and $1,698,826.43 in cash reserve
for the general fund. Roll Call:
Voting Yes: Hoffman, Huffman, Menke,
Montague-Roes, Nitsch, Pourier
Voting No: None
Motion Carried: 6-0
2019/2020
TAX
REQUEST
RESOLUTION FOR
DAWES
COUNTY
SCHOOL
DISTRICT 23-0002
WHEREAS, public was given at least
five days in advance of a Special Public
Hearing called for the purpose of discussing and approving or modifying the
District’s Tax Requests for the 2019/2020
school fiscal year for the General Fund,
Bond Fund, Special Building Fund, and
Qualified Capital Purpose Undertaking
Fund of Dawes County School District
23-0002; and,
WHEREAS, such Special Public Hearing
was held before the Board of Education
(hereinafter “the Board”) of Dawes County
School District 23-0002 (hereinafter “the
District”) at the time, date, and place
announced in the notice published in a
newspaper of general circulation, a copy of
which notice and proof of publication of
which is attached hereto as Exhibit A, all as
required by law; and,
WHEREAS, the Board provided an
opportunity to receive comment, information and evidence from persons in attendance at such Special Hearing; and,
WHEREAS, the total assessed value of
the property differs from last year’s total
assessed value by 4%; the tax rate which
would levy the same amount of property
taxes as last year, when multiplied by the
new total assessed value of property would
be $1.009373 per $100 of assessed value;
the Chadron Public School District proposes to adopt a property tax requests that
will cause its tax rate to be $1.05 per $100of
assess value.
WHEREAS, based on the proposed
property tax request and changes in other
revenue, the total operating budget of
Chadron Public Schools will exceed last
years by 19 percent.
WHEREAS, the Board, after having
reviewed the District’s Tax Requests for
each said fund, and after public consideration of the matter, has determined that
the Final Tax Requests as listed below are
necessary in order to carry out the functions
of the District, as determined by the Board
for the 2019/2020 school fiscal year.
NOW
BE
IT
THEREFORE
RESOLVED that (1) the Tax Request for
the General Fund should be, and hereby
is set at $5,652,189.43; and (2) the Tax
Request for the Special Building Fund
should be, and hereby is set at $282,609.47.
It is so moved by Mr. Menke and seconded by Ms. Montague-Roes this 9th day
of September, 2019.
Roll Call vote as follows:
Gary Hoffman YES Boone Huffman
YES Tom Menke YES Sandy MontagueRoes YES Madison Nitsch YES Tye
Pourier YES
The undersigned herewith certifies, as
Secretary of the Board of Education of
Dawes County School District 23-0002,
that the above Resolution was duly adopted
by a majority of said Board at a duly constituted public meeting of said Board.
Sara E Taylor, Secretary
Motion by Mr. Menke, seconded by Mr.
Huffman, to approve Katelyn Briggs to
graduate in December 2019, upon successful completion of all class requirements.
Roll Call:
Voting Yes: Hoffman, Huffman, Menke,
Montague-Roes, Nitsch, Pourier
Voting No: None
Motion Carried: 6-0
Personnel
Motion by Ms. Montague-Roes, seconded by Mr. Huffman, to Recognize
Bargaining Unit II as the sole bargaining
unit for custodians, maintenance, groundskeeper vehicle maintenance and bus drivers
for 2020-21 and 2021-22. 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.
Superintendent’s Report
Dr. Winchester participated in an
Education Committee Round Table on
Student Discipline Bill on September 6,
2019.
Board Member Roundtable (non-action)
Approving the 2019-20 budget is something the board did tonight for student
learning.
The board was reminded to do the
follow-up items requested by the NASB for
the Superintendent Search.
Advance Planning
American Civics/Curriculum Committee
Meeting, September 16, 2019 at NoonPublic Meeting
Policy Committee Meeting-September
16, 2019 at 7:00 AM
Building & Grounds Committee
Meeting-October 7 @ Noon
Personnel Meeting-October 14, 2019 at
7 AM
Finance Committee Meeting – October
14, 2019 at Noon
Regular Board Meeting–October 14,
2019 at 5:40 PM
Foundation-September 18, 2019 @ 7
AM
NASB District Visit-Superintendent
Search October 28, 2019
NASB/NCSA Conference in Omaha
11/20-22

Superintendent Applications Due
November 25, 2019
BOE Workshop to Review Applications
December 4, 2019
Superintendent Interviews December 10
& 11, 2019
Public Comment Time for items not on
the Agenda
None
Adjournment
Motion by Mr. Hoffman, seconded by
Mr. Huffman, to adjourn at 6:31 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 9.9.19
Ace Hardware-Chadron 3 1 0 . 2 2
Anderson, Kerri 150.42 ARROW
BUILDING CENTER 1,100.04 Beguin,
Brad 214.89 BLACK HILLS WEEKLY
GROUP 714.96 Bosselman Administrative
Services 344.31 Brad’s Truck Service,
LLC 6,566.81 Buchheit, Kimberly
236.38 Buskirk, Kristen 64.47 Cash-Wa
Distributing-Kearney 49.45 Cengage
Learning 464.60 Chadrad Communications,
Inc. 150.00 Chadron Lock 125.00
CHADRON MEDICAL CLINIC P.C.
245.00 Chasek, Rodney 150.48 COGDILL,
WILLIAM 128.93 Connell, Dina 300.85
Cullan, Melissa 358.70 Dunbar’s U-DesignIt 1,000.00 EDUCATIONAL SERVICE
UNIT #13 58,571.70 Follett School
Solutions, Inc. 112.55 Froman, CJ 150.42
Galbraith, Jennifer 214.89 Gill, Bobbie
73.06 Great Plains Communications
1,291.33 HENCEY PLUMBING 347.70
Hughbanks -Pyle, Jennifer 451.27 IDEAL
LINEN SUPPLY 595.98 John Deere
Financial 358.93 Kahl, Bryan 214.89 KEIM,
BROOKE 128.94 Kelso’s Auto Repairs
121.86 Lesmeister, Bailey 214.89 Lien, Kayla
150.42 LIFE TRACK SERVICES 325.00
Lindsey, Angel 73.06 MADSEN, CAREY
193.40 MCGRAW-HILL SCHOOL
EDUCATION 1,911.46 MODERN FARM
EQUIPMENT 120.67 NACIA 15.00
NAPA Auto Parts-Skeeter’s 452.55 NASB
216.00 Nebraska FCCLA 15.00 Nebraska
Gov 108.00 NEBRASKA PUBLIC
POWER DIST. 32.50 NEBRASKALAND
TIRE 707.39 O’Donnell, George 171.91
O’Keefe Elevator Company, Inc. 1,300.00
One Source 678.00 Pests Go, LLC
1,200.00 Pourier, Morgan 85.96 PRO-ED
102.30 Rising, Jessica 300.85 ROBERT’S
ELECTRIC 65.00 SAFEWAY STORES
66.98 Scherbarth, Chelsey 386.80 Scholastic,
Inc. 302.17 Sellman, Sandi 416.56 Smith,
Heidi 268.61Stoker, Laura 300.85 TAESE/
USU 750.00 TREE DOC 275.00 U.S. Bank
153.85 Verizon Wireless 163.87 Western
Community Health Resources 3,227.23
WRIGHT EXPRESS FCS 132.61 General
Fund 90,192.92 Fire & Ice Mechanical
267.18 HENCEY PLUMBING 90.00
VANCO Payment Solutions 56.95 Lunch
Fund 414.13 Security First Bank-Chadron
4,821.64 Special Building Fund 4,821.64
Verizon Wireless 28.09 Cooperative Fund
28.09 Total 95,456.78
Publish Sept. 18, 2019
589
CHADRON, NEBRASKA
September 10, 2019
DAWES COUNTY BOARD OF
EQUALIZATION
The Public convened meeting of the
Dawes County Board of Equalization in
regular session was commenced at the
hour of 9:00 A.M. on the 10th day of
September, 2019 and published pursuant
to public notice as required by law and or
posted. 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; Ron and Pat
Wolvington and Lindy Coleman, Assessor.
The Pledge of Allegiance was recited by
those 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. Motion
by Commissioner Johnson, seconded by
Stewart, approving the Agenda. Roll call
vote, Ayes: Johnson, Stewart and Rivera.
Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion
by Commissioner Stewart, seconded by
Johnson, approving the August 13, 2019
minutes with the following correction to
wit: Tax correction #’s 5080-5089 were
reviewed and approved, not tax correction
#5089-5089 as recorded. Roll call vote,
Ayes: Stewart, Rivera and Johnson. Nays:
None. Motion carried. Lindy Coleman,
Assessor, reviewed three (3) TERC cases
regarding Limbach, Hinns and Singh with
the Board. Motion by Commissioner
Stewart, seconded by Johnson acknowledging receipt of the three (3) TERC cases.
Roll call vote, Ayes: Rivera, Johnson and
Stewart. Nays: None. Motion carried.
At 9:09 A.M. Sam Wellnitz, Treasurer,
presented a tax exemption renewal on a
2008 Ford for Camp Norwesca. Upon
review of the renewal information a motion
was made by Commissioner Stewart, seconded by Johnson, to approve said tax
exemption renewal as presented by the
Treasurer and directing the Chairman to
sign such. Roll call vote, Ayes: Johnson,
Stewart and Rivera. Nays: None. Motion
carried.
There being no further business to be
conducted by the Dawes County Board
of Equalization the Chairman adjourned
the meeting at 9:14 A.M. The next meeting will be held on October 08, 2019 at

9:00 A.M. A current Agenda to the Board
of Equalization proceedings is kept on
file in the County Clerk’s office during
normal business hours for inspection, but
the Agenda will close by 12:00 P.M. on
Thursday, October 03, 2019. The Agenda
may be modified to include items of emergency nature. The meetings of the Dawes
County Board of Equalization are open to
the public.
Disclaimer: A complete text of all resolutions passed by the Board of Equalization
is available upon request in the County
Clerk’s office during normal business hours.
ATTEST:
DAWES COUNTY BOARD OF
EQUALIZATION
CHERYL FEIST
DAWES COUNTY CLERK
Publish, Sept. 18, 2019
590
CHADRON, NEBRASKA
September 10, 2019
DAWES COUNTY BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS
The Public convened meeting of the
Dawes County Commissioners in regular
session was commenced at the hour of
9:15 A.M. on the 10th day of September,
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; Pat and Ron
Wolvington. 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
to approve the amended agenda noting the
cancellation of GLR’s appointment at 10:30
A.M. by Commissioner Johnson, seconded
by Stewart. Roll call vote, Ayes: Johnson,
Stewart and Rivera. Nays: None. Motion
carried. Motion by Commissioner Stewart
and seconded by Johnson to approve the
minutes of the August 27, 2019 meeting
with following corrections to wit: building
downtown, not OHD building; Yanker,
not Yonker and remove the word inheritance. Roll call vote, Ayes: Stewart, Rivera
and Johnson. Nays: None. Motion
carried. Claims were reviewed. Motion
by Commissioner Johnson, seconded by
Stewart to approve the claims. Roll call vote,
Ayes: Rivera, Johnson and Stewart. Nays:
None. Motion carried. Correspondence
item: The Board is in receipt of the NCAP
Newsletter.
At 9:30 A.M. Val Jansante, Adrian
Smith’s Office, introduced himself to the
Board. He is the new Community Liaison
for Senator Smith’s Office. Darrin Crowell,
Veteran Service Officer, introduced Sam
Canet as the new Driver for the VSO
Office. Pat and Ron Wolvington informed
the Board there is gravel needed on East
Table Road by Randy Wolvington’s place.
Another spot needing attention is by Long
and Bordeaux Roads off Table Road. The
Board recessed at 9:50 A.M. and reconvened to regular session at 9:55 A.M.
At 10:00 A.M. bids for the generator grant
were opened by Commissioner Stewart.
Also present was Mark Brennan, Brennan
Electric. There were two bids received
to wit: Gen Pro-$84,796.00 with transfer
switch and Brennan Electric-$87,075.71
with transfer switch. Mr. Brennan reported delivery time would be 10-12 weeks
as storms/flooding have caused generator
stock shortages. Commissioner Stewart,
seconded by Johnson, moved to accept both
bids received with a bid award scheduled
for the September 24, 2019 Commissioner
Meeting. Roll call vote, Ayes: Johnson,
Stewart and Rivera. Nays: None. Motion
carried. The Board reviewed and approved
by general consent monthly fee/mileage
reports of the various departments. Budget
discussion ensued with Commissioner
Rivera reporting in speaking with other
Commissioners he started thinking about
how Dawes County could make cuts in
the 2020-2021 Budget. He suggested freezing wages for the 2020-2021 Budget. Ag
Producers are taking hits from all areas.
Also discussed was going through all revenue to clarify coding with quarterly reviews.
Sam Wellnitz, Treasurer and Shellie Decker,
Deputy Treasurer, joined the meeting.
Assessments were briefly discussed. Kerri
Rempp, The Chadron Record, joined the
meeting.
At 10:40 A.M. Deb Cottier, NNDC,
reported back regarding the CBDG audit
findings. Since 1990 $1,597,700.00 has been
loaned out to thirty-one (31) individuals.
She reported the State won’t allow a waiver for NNDC to manage the program.
She also contacted PADD to see if they
could manage the grant without success.
Repurposing the CBDG grant money is
a possibility, however; there is nine (9)
years of loan money left to be paid back.
She suggested turning the CBDG grant
back to the State. Discussion ensued. Ms.
Cottier informed the Board she has to
be certified as a Grant Administrator and
the checking account needs to be turned
over to the County at some point even
if she were to continue administering the
grant. The County needs to send a letter
to Tom Stephens to relinquish the grant if
the County doesn’t want to continue the
CBDG grant. Commissioner Stewart will
submit a letter to Tom Stephens on behalf
of the County.
At 11:04 A.M. there being no further
business before the Board, the Chairman
adjourned the meeting. The next meeting of the Dawes County Commissioners
will be September 24, 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., September 19, 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 September 10,
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 $1,517.15 100 AMERITAS
LIFE INSURANCE CORP $9,359.81
100 BIG BAT’S SHELL-VETERANS
$167.09 100 BLUE CROSS & BLUE
SHIELD OF NE $32,983.65 100
CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS
INC $36.90 100 CENTURYLINK $985.25
100 CHADRON ACE HARDWARE
$2,575.44 100 CHADRON GLASS &
WINDOWS,INC $180.00 100 CHADRON
LOCK $1,500.00 100 CHADRON
MEDICAL CLINIC $45.07 100 CITY OF
CHADRON $705.24 100 CRAWFORD
CLIPPER/HARRISON SUN $356.70 100
SANDRA CRILE $80.00 100 CRITES,
SHAFFER,CONNEALY,WATSON,HA
RF $2,150.00 100 D&S MARKET,LLC
$1,904.58 100 DAWES COUNTY
SHERIFF’S OFFICE $286.00 100 DAWES
COUNTY TREASURER $706.00 100
DOCU-SHRED LLC $40.00 100 DOUG
LAS,KELLY,OSTDIEK,OSSIAN,BROD
ER $60.00 100 DIXIE EATON $25.00 100
FIRE & ICE MECHANICAL $1,014.93
100 FIRST BANKCARD/CHERYL
FEIST $45.18 100 FIRST BANKCARD/
EXTENSION $57.14 100 FIRST
BANKCARD/PUBLIC DEFENDER
$176.00 100 FIRST BANKCARD/
ROBERTA COLEMAN $33.88 100
FIRST
BANKCARD/VETERANS
$158.81 100 FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
NORTH PLATTE $16,354.58 100
FP MAILING SOLUTIONS $110.85
100 GALLS $570.02 100 GORDON
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL $1,262.23 100
GREAT PLAINS COMMUNICATIONS
$437.83 100 KCSR-AM $55.00 100
MADISON NATIONAL LIFE $81.30 100
MOBIUS COMMUNICATIONS $193.41
100 MONUMENT INN & SUITES
$720.00 100 ELISA MOORE $160.00
100 NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF
REVENUE $1,932.87 100 NEBRASKA
PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT $32.50
100 NEBRASKA TOTAL OFFICE/
CLERK $286.61 100 NEBRASKA
TOTAL OFFICE/CO ATTORNEY
$45.82 100 NEBRASKA TOTAL
OFFICE/DISTRICT CT $43.53 100
NEBRASKA TOTAL OFFICE/PUBLIC
DEFEND $76.40 100 NEBRASKA
TOTAL OFFICE/SHERIFF $133.39 100
NOSSAMAN PETIT LAW FIRM,PC
$921.25 100 OUTLAW PRINTERS,INC
$219.96 100 PINE RIDGE LAND
SURVEYS,INC $2,304.76 100 PROTEX
CENTRAL INC $490.00 100 AMY
RAGSDALE $29.25 100 RAPID CITY
JOURNAL/COMMISSIONERS
$159.60 100 RAPID CITY JOURNAL/
EXTENSION $62.95 100 STEUBEN
COUNTY $44.00 100 VERIZON
WIRELESS/COUNTY ATTORNEY
$67.55 100 VERIZON WIRELESS/
E911 $177.82 100 VSP VISION PLAN
$238.02 100 WAHLSTROM FORD INC
$299.70 100 WALMART COMMUNITY/
CLERK $58.48 100 WESTERN
COMMUNICATIONS, INC $462.50
100 JESSICA WHETHAM $160.00
100 XEROX CORPORATION/E911
$75.10 100 XEROX CORPORATION/
TREASURER $119.23 200 AFLAC $361.63
200 AMERITAS LIFE INSURANCE
CORP $1,119.44 200 BLUE CROSS &
BLUE SHIELD OF NE $1,139.41 200
DAWES
COUNTY
TREASURER
$75.00
200
FIRST
NATIONAL
BANK, NORTH PLATTE $3,133.06
200 MONTANA CSED SDU-WAGE
WITHOLDING $171.87 200 NEBRASKA
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE $599.34
200 VSP VISION PLAN $125.94 990
COX/JOHNSON
CORPORATION
$750.00 990 CRAWFORD AREA
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE $1,500.00
990 CRAWFORD CLIPPER/HARRISON
SUN $54.40 990 DAWES COUNTY
AG SOCIETY $2,000.00 990 FIRST
BANKCARD/TOURISM $106.74 990
FORT ROBINSON CENTENNIAL,INC
$2,250.00 990 NEBRASKA TOTAL
OFFICE/TOURISM
$119.99
990
NEBRASKA TRAVEL ASSOCIATION
$150.00 990 PREHISTORIC PRAIRIES
DISCOVERY CENT $1,500.00 990
RAPID CITY JOURNAL/VISITOR
PROMO $4.05 995 HOMESLICE MEDIA
GROUP,LLC $799.99 995 NEBRASKA
TRAVEL ASSOCIATION $3,000.00 2910
AMERITAS LIFE INSURANCE CORP
$3.38 2910 FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
NORTH PLATTE $14.32 2910 GREAT
PLAINS COMMUNICATIONS $195.00
2910 NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT
OF REVENUE $3.33 2910 WESTERN
COMMUNICATIONS, INC $890.00
Publish Sept. 18, 2019

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