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SWANN Board of Director’s Meeting

January 18, 2018

Chairman Jake Stewart called the January 18, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting to order at 7 p.m. at the Chadron City Hall Chambers, 234 Main Street. The following members were present for roll call: Chadron, George Klein; Clinton, Roy Retzlaff; Crawford, Roy Norgard; Dawes County Jake Stewart; Gordon, Jacob Sheridan; Harrison, Matthew Parker; Hay Springs, Keith Kearns; Hemingford Richard Wacker; Rushville, Brian Snyder; Sheridan County, Loren Paul; Sioux County, JW Geiser; Whitney, Julie Raben. Members absent’ None. Chairman Stewart pointed out the Open Meetings Act posted in the rear of the room. Chairman Stewart suggested that a copy of the Open Meetings Act be available to hand out if anyone wanted one.

Approval of Agenda

Stewart presented the agenda. Member Kearns moved to approve the agenda as slated. Member Retzlaff seconded the motion. All members present voting Aye. Motion carried.

Approval of December 21, 2017 Minutes

Stewart presented the December 21, 2017 minutes. There being no additions or corrections Member Retzlaff moved to approve the minutes. Member Wacker seconded the motion. Members voting aye: Chadron, Clinton, Crawford, Dawes County Gordon, Hay Springs, Hemingford, Rushville, Sheridan County and Whitney. Members abstaining: Harrison & Sioux County. Motion carried.

Approval of December Claims/Budget

Executive Director Frank Nemeth reviewed the December claims/budget for the Board. At the end of December The Agency was 59% through the fiscal year. For revenue The Agency was at 64.48% of anticipated. Nemeth pointed out contractual income, grant funds received, Special assessments, & other income. On the expense side The Agency was at 64.27% of anticipated. Nemeth pointed out fuel, insurance, wages & motor equipment repairs. Nemeth indicated that if you take into consideration contractual income and grant funds received and the associated expenses with the tire grant The Agency would be close to anticipated.

Director Nemeth reviewed the reserve accounts for the Board indicating the debt payment that was made. Nemeth reviewed the paid bills for the Board pointing out check numbers 41984, 41997, & 41999 along with the 3 payrolls. Nemeth reviewed the tonnage report.

At the end of December The Agency had a negative cash flow of $23,314.90 and a positive year to date cash flow of $19,270.57. Member Klein moved to approve the claims/budget. Member Paul seconded the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

Reorganization of Board of Directors

Nemeth indicated that the bylaws require the reorganization of the Board officers. Nemeth reported that Jacob Sheridan, Gordon would be leaving and he is the Vice Chairman. Member Kearns moved to re-elect Jake Stewart as Chairman, George Klein as Secretary/Treasurer and elect Loren Paul as Vice Chairman and that nominations cease. Member Retzlaff seconded the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried.

Consideration/Acceptance of Bids to Access City Sewer

Nemeth presented The Board with the 3 bids received for sewer access. Bids were received from Will Wild, Buettner Construction and Lind-Exco Inc. of Rapid City, SD. Buettner Construction was the low bid. Member Klein moved to accept the bids for further consideration at the March 15, 2018 Board of Director’s meeting. Member Norgard seconded the motion. All members present voting aye. Motion carried. No further action was taken on this subject and no bid was awarded.

Director’s Report

Executive Director Frank Nemeth informed The Board on the following items:

Status of new collection truck. Scheduled to arrive at the end of March.

Accepting credit cards. The expense of this versus the limited use would not be cost effective

Heaters in the baler building

Adjourn

There being no further business before The Board Chairman Stewart declared the meeting adjourned at 7:45 p.m.

Chairman

Secretary Treasurer

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CHADRON, NEBRASKA

January 23, 2018

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 23rd day of January, 2018 and published pursuant to public notice as required by law and or posted. The meeting was called to order by Commissioner Stewart. Roll was called and the following Commissioners were present: Commissioners Stewart, Johnson and Rivera. Also present was Cheryl Feist, Dawes County Clerk; Lindy Coleman, Assessor; Adam Edmund, Deputy County Attorney and Crawford Mayor, David Nixon. 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 Johnson, seconded by Rivera, approving the Agenda. Roll call vote, Ayes: Johnson, Rivera and Stewart. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Rivera, seconded by Johnson, approving the minutes of the January 09, 2018 meeting as published. Roll call vote, Ayes: Rivera, Stewart and Johnson. Nays: None. Motion carried. No correspondence was received.

At 9:05 A.M. Lindy Coleman, Assessor, presented tax correction #5042 for the Boards review and approval. Upon review of the tax correction Commissioner Johnson, seconded by Rivera, moved to approve tax correction #5042 and directed the Chairman to sign such. Roll call vote, Ayes: Stewart, Johnson and Rivera. Nays: None. Motion carried. The 2018 Permissive Exemption listing was presented to the Board for review. The Assessor recommended the Board add the Library Foundation to the existing list. Upon review thereof, Commissioner Johnson, seconded by Rivera, moved to approve the Permissive Exemption list adding the Library Foundation. Roll call vote, Ayes: Johnson, Rivera and Stewart. 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 9:13 A.M. The next meeting will be held on February 13, 2018 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, February 08, 2018. 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

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Dawes County Board of Commissioner’s

Special Roads Meeting

January 22, 2018

The Public convened and advertized special roads meeting was called to order by Chairman, Jake Stewart at 6:14 P.M. on the 22nd day of January 2018. Roll was called and present was Jake Stewart and Vic Rivera. Webb Johnson was scheduled to come in later, however; was unable to attend. One Hundred two (102) individuals attended the meeting held at the Dawes County 4-H grounds. A sign-in sheet will be attached to these minutes. Also present from the County was Cheryl Feist, Dawes County Clerk; Larry Hankin, Highway Superintendent; Ellen Cross and Lindy Coleman, Assessor. The Chairman announced the location of the posted Open Meetings Act and informed those present, copies are available upon request. Commissioner Rivera, seconded by Stewart, moved to approve the Agenda. Roll call vote, Ayes: Rivera and Stewart. Nays: None. Motion carried.

Commissioner Stewart reviewed protocol for the special meeting. The Commissioner’s then voiced their objectives for said meeting. Commissioner Rivera reported he wants input on projects but to remember taxes play a role. Commissioner Stewart reported he would like to see this group come together two (2) times per year. Larry Hankin, Highway Superintendent, expressed a desire to have more open communication and reminded those present of the Dawes County website-www.dawes-county.com and encouraged individuals to use it for information and correspondence.

Public Objectives ensued with Don Mandelko indicating for the record, public awareness of the website is vital and people are here to help develop the One & Six Year Road Plan. Another individual reported they were here to convey problems to the Board re: road conditions. Bat Pourier asked about the County budget as to who decides what departments get for budgets.

Larry Hankin, Highway Superintendent, reviewed roads personnel and what each person is responsible for. He continued with information relevant to the One & Six Year Road Plan. What goes into the planning process? Several factors come into play when developing a One & Six Year Road Plan to wit:

Classification of Roads

Needs-Is there a bus or mail route involved? Farm to Market and average daily traffic

Conditions-How much gravel is on existing road? Does the road flood? etc.

Types of Work needed-

Is new construction required?

Reconstruction-rebuild existing roads, etc.

Maintenance-reshaping of drainage channels, clean, replace or repair bridges

Mr. Hankin informed those present road widths in Dawes County run 26’-28’. He went over the FFPP (Federal Funds Purchase Program) which made funding local and the CBMP (County Bridge Match Program) which assists the County with getting structurally deficient bridges off the system.

At 6:45 P.M. those present were asked to put together ideas for improvement or concerns. Two maps were also posted so individuals could label areas of concern.

The Chairman reconvened the meeting at 7:10 P.M. to review public input and solicit idea’s information relevant to improving road conditions to wit:

Are Audits conducted annually?

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Why are culverts replacing bridges on some projects?

Bottom dollar comes down to money and gravel

An individual reported they spend 600-700 hours a year hauling on County Roads so maintenance is a real concern. Another individual expressed concern with lack of work ethic in the roads department. The Board was asked what the plan is when native rock supplies are depleted. It was suggested the County purchase equipment that can handle hauling more tonnage. Dust on Beaver Valley Road needs controlled and using oxide was discussed. Same individual reported replacing eight (8) tires in two (2) months. The Board was asked what the screen was set at on the crusher. Mr. Hankin reported its set at 1.5 inches, it was suggested the screen be set at 1 inch. It was suggested the County look at purchasing land in South Dakota and crush red rock. Red rock would last longer than our native rock. An individual asked if millings from the State can be used on roads. It was suggested the Board take a look at return on investment regarding existing equipment in use. It was questioned whether or not radial tires on the maintainers could be causing the blades to fluctuate. Another individual reported he never sees a Commissioner checking roads. West River Road maintenance is shared with Box Butte County and the East end needs rocked. A Beaver Valley Road resident indicated when the crews use the blades with jagged edges the road work lasts longer. Highland Road needs to be widened and finer gravel used. An individual expressed concern with road projects not being completed. Toadstool Road ditch hasn’t been pulled, rain creates a huge hole and there is no gravel left on crown. Residents of Cottonwood Road reported when it rains, you can’t get a 4-wheeler down the road. South Belmont Road needs addressed and North Snook Road needs to be finished. You get a ¼” of rain and you’re not getting down the road. It was reported Ormesher/Slim Buttes Road to South Dakota State Line is bad, you have to strap items down, however; once you get to the South Dakota line the road becomes better. Other areas of concern were the status of Dunlap pavement; protocol for driveways; protocol for farming to the county road and there is no ditch; liability for individuals doing own work on roads; how many years has it been since a 1 & 6 Year Road Plan has been completed; Where are the numbers for road counts and how often are they done. Training of Motor Grader operators was also a concern. The Board and Mr. Hankin were able to address the majority of the concerns/questions of those present.

Closing comments ensued with Commissioner Rivera thanking everyone who attended the meeting and encouraged continued input, positive or negative. He feels we’re heading in the right direction and told those present to call if they have questions. Commissioner Stewart thanked everyone for attending and was pleased with the turnout. He encouraged everyone to keep working towards a common goal.

There being no further business before the Board a motion was made by Commissioner Rivera, seconded by Stewart, to adjourn the meeting at 8:17 P.M.

ATTEST:

DAWES COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

CHERYL FEIST

DAWES COUNTY CLERK

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CHADRON, NEBRASKA

January 23, 2018

DAWES COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

The Public convened meeting of the Dawes County Commissioners in regular session was commenced at the hour of 9:14 A.M. on the 23rd day of January, 2018 pursuant to public notice as required by law. The meeting was called to order by Commissioner Stewart. Roll was called and the following Commissioners were present: Commissioners Stewart, Johnson and Rivera. Also present was Cheryl Feist, Dawes County Clerk; Adam Edmund, Deputy County Attorney; Crawford Mayor David Nixon; Twila Vogl and Darci Hays. 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 Rivera, approving the Agenda as presented. Roll call vote, Ayes: Johnson, Rivera and Stewart. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Commissioner Johnson, seconded by Rivera, approving the minutes of January 09, 2018 minutes with the following correction to wit: stock piling rock on Alpha Road, not Eleson Road as recorded. Roll call vote, Ayes: Rivera, Stewart and Johnson. Nays: None. Motion carried. Claims were reviewed by the Board. Commissioner Johnson, seconded by Rivera, moved to approve all claims with the exception of claim #’s 18010177 payable to River A Holdings in the amount of $14.50 and #18010214 payable to River A Holdings in the amount of $10,868.65. Roll call vote, Ayes: Stewart, Johnson and Rivera. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Commissioner Johnson, seconded by Stewart, to approve claim #’s 18010177 in the amount of $14.50 and #18010214 in the amount of $10,868.65 both payable to River A Holdings. Roll call vote, Ayes: Johnson and Stewart with Rivera abstaining from the vote. Nays: None. Motion carried. Monthly fee/mileage reports of the various departments were approved by general consent of the Board. There being no Public Comment the Board gave reports to wit: Rivera-Panhandle Mental Health is struggling financially and all CD’s have been exhausted. A vote at the next meeting will determine if the program continues; The Travel Board approved two (2) grants. Johnson-Area Aging Office lost its Director and acquired a new Director and Fiscal Officer. RC&D-will meet in February 2018; PADD-business as usual and a workforce housing grant is available; OHD-budget is done. Stewart-NCAP-gearing up for a regional review and SWANN is trying to settle new sewer line. Region 23-New Deputy Director, Jack Rhembrandt is on Board. He replaces Tony Serbousek.

At 9:34 A.M. Dan Wordekemper, Weed Superintendent, presented his annual report. He also reported the fall office visit was conducted and everything is in order. He has issued weed free certificates and suggested the County look at charging for the weed free inspections as other county’s do. He doesn’t anticipate any huge weed issues, however; some certificates of compliance will be issued. Commissioner Rivera, seconded by Johnson, moved to approve the annual weed report as presented and directed the Chairman of the Board to sign the document. Roll call vote, Ayes: Rivera, Stewart and Johnson. Nays: None. Motion carried. In other business two (2) Travel Board grants were reviewed for approval by the Board to wit: 2018 Fur Trade Days Reloaded grant in the amount of $3500.00 and 2018 Chadron Festival of Quilts grant in the amount of $1,090.50. Commissioner Rivera, seconded by Johnson, moved to approve both grants. Roll call vote, Ayes: Stewart, Johnson and Rivera. Nays: None. Motion carried. It was also noted for the record that lodging taxes are down four percent (4%). A communications surplus request was reviewed by the Board. Commissioner Johnson, seconded by Rivera, moved to approve the surplus request. Roll call vote, Ayes: Johnson, Rivera and Stewart. Nays: None. Motion carried. A request by Chadron Community Church to use the courtyard for National Day of Prayer on May 03, 2018 was reviewed by the Board. Commissioner Rivera, seconded by Johnson, moved to approve the use of the courtyard by Chadron Community Church on May 03, 2018. Roll call vote, Ayes: Rivera, Stewart and Johnson. Nays: None. Motion carried.

At 9:53 A.M. Larry Hankin, Highway Superintendent, met with the board. Road updates included the following to wit: All Districts running snow plows; District 1-blading, guardrail repairs on bridges and equipment maintenance. District 2-blading, curve speed studies being conducted and equipment maintenance. District 3-Lemmon Road piling has been cleaned up, will clean out bridge on Old Dunlap Road, blading and equipment maintenance, hauling gravel on Galey Road then to Eleson Road weather permitting. Resolution No. 2018-08 was introduced by Commissioner Johnson, seconded by Rivera, directing the Highway Superintendent to conduct a study of Mill Road. Roll call vote, Ayes: Stewart and Johnson, with Rivera abstaining from the vote. Nays: None. Motion carried. The previously approved Deadhorse culvert project contract was presented for signatures. Commissioner Rivera, seconded by Johnson, moved to direct the Chairman of the Board to sign the contract with Fuller Construction. Roll call vote, Ayes: Johnson, Rivera and Stewart. Nays: None. Motion carried. The Board recessed at 10:21 A.M. and reconvened to regular session at 10:30 A.M.

At 10:30 A.M. Lindy Coleman, Assessor, presented a replat of Lots 15 and 16A of Whispering Pines for the Boards review and approval. Commissioner Rivera, seconded by Johnson, moved to approve the replat of Whispering Pines as presented. Roll call vote, Ayes: Rivera, Stewart and Johnson. Nays: None. Motion carried. One Zoning Board appointment was made by the Board. Commissioner Rivera, seconded by Johnson, moved to appoint Jerry Schumacher to the Zoning Board, replacing Bat Pourier. Roll call vote, Ayes: Stewart, Johnson and Rivera. Nays: None. Motion carried.

At 10:40 A.M. Justin Bates, VSO, met with the Board. He reported with new VA guidelines in place it has become necessary to develop a confidentiality policy and update the transportation policy. The Board instructed the County Clerk to place the policy updates on the February 13, 2018 Commissioner Meeting. Mr. Bates reported the VA Stand Down had sixty-five (65) Veterans attend and felt it was a success. Mr. Bates reported since he has taken over the duties of Veterans Service Officer, the Vetra-Spec program has increased in numbers from 405 Veterans to 534 Veterans in the system now. Intake is up in numbers as well. Due to the increased number of Veteran’s being served, Mr. Bates reported he may need an increase in budget to continue the services being offered. Kerri Rempp, The Chadron Record, joined the meeting in progress.

At 10:59 A.M. Jenny Nixon, UNL Extension, met with the Board regarding the 4-H position still open. UNL is still working on getting an extension in funding for this position.

At 10:59 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 February 13, 2018 beginning at 9:00 A.M. with a Board of Equalization Meeting, followed by the Commissioner Meeting at approximately 9:20 A.M. Both meetings will be held in the former County Courtroom located in the basement of the Courthouse. A current agenda is available at the Clerk’s Office during normal business hours but will close at 12:00 P.M., February 08, 2018.

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

Cheryl Feist

Dawes County Clerk

January 23, 2018 the following claims were audited, allowed and warrant orders drawn on the respective accounts: Key for claims: 100=General Fund; 200=Roads Fund; 650=Hwy Bridge Buyback 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 $931.85 100 AMERITAS LIFE INSURANCE CORP $9,485.29 100 BIG BAT’S LLC-EXTENSION $39.35 100 BIG BAT’S SHELL-WEED $54.99 100 BLACK HILLS ENERGY $195.36 100 BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD OF NE $33,853.99 100 BLUE 360 MEDIA,LLC $198.56 100 ROBERT HARDY $375.00 100 CENTURYLINK LONG DIST-CO ATTORNEY $20.38 100 CENTURYLINK LONG DIST-COUNTY COURT $23.24 100 CENTURYLINK LONG DIST-DISTRICT CT $23.88 100 CENTURYLINK LONG DIST-EXTENSION $19.62 100 CENTURYLINK LONG DIST-PUBLIC DEFEND $31.53 100 CENTURYLINK LONG DIST-SHERIFF $75.58 100 CENTURYLINK LONG DIST-TREASURER $21.86 100 CENTURYLINK LONG DIST-WEED $5.09 100 CHADRON ACE HARDWARE $1,020.10 100 CHADRON PLUMBING $116.75 100 CHAMBERLAIN CHAPEL INC $2,595.00 100 CULLIGAN-DIST COURT $23.00 100 CULLIGAN-ASSESSOR $28.75 100 CULLIGAN-CO ATTORNEY $15.75 100 CULLIGAN-PUBLIC DEFENDER $21.50 100 CULLIGAN-SHERIFF $17.50 100 D&S MARKET,LLC $1,282.98 100 DAS STATE ACCOUNTING $13.00 100 DAWES COUNTY TREASURER $457.00 100 DELUXE BUSINESS CHECKS & SOLUTIONS $157.67 100 DOWNS RURAL SERVICE $983.71 100 EXPRESS AUTO SALVAGE $104.00 100 FIRE & ICE MECHANICAL $91.00 100 FIRST BANKCARD/CHERYL DUNN $16.50 100 FIRST BANKCARD/CHERYL FEIST $356.43 100 FIRST BANKCARD/DISTRICT COURT $88.22 100 FIRST BANKCARD/EXTENSION $23.10 100 FIRST BANKCARD/PUBLIC DEFENDER $370.79 100 FIRST BANKCARD/ROBERTA COLEMAN $208.49 100 FIRST BANKCARD/VALENTIN RIVERA $53.37 100 FIRST BANKCARD/WEED DEPT $69.24 100 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, NORTH PLATTE $15,241.31 100 GREAT PLAINS COMMUNICATIONS $145.11 100 WEBB L JOHNSON $323.14 100 KCSR-AM $110.00 100 KONE,INC $420.48 100 MIPS INC $875.70 100 NACO $30.00 100 NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE $1,754.83 100 NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE/LEVY $25.00 100 NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT $1,812.34 100 NEBRASKA TOTAL OFFICE/PUBLIC DEFEND $183.81 100 NEBRASKA TOTAL OFFICE/SHERIFF $268.34 100 NEBRASKA U C FUND $4,050.00 100 NEBRASKA WEED CONTROL ASSOCIATION $120.00 100 NORTHWEST RURAL PUBLIC POWER DIST $207.83 100 OUTLAW PRINTERS,INC $210.00 100 PESTS GO $35.00 100 PETERSEN DRUG $191.14 100 HERB L PETERSEN $520.00 100 AMY RAGSDALE $438.75 100 RAMADA INN-KEARNEY $207.00 100 RAPID CITY JOURNAL/ASSESSOR $48.02 100 RAPID CITY JOURNAL/COMMISSIONERS $584.23 100 REGIONAL WEST MEDICAL CENTER $584.35 100 RIVER A HOLDING LLC $14.50 100 SADDLE ROCK ONE STOP $854.77 100 STURDEVANT’S AUTO PARTS $1,215.00 100 TRANSUNION RISK AND ALTERNATIVE $25.00 100 UNIVERSITY OF NE-LINCOLN CAR RENTAL $121.78 100 UNIVERSITY OF NE-LINCOLN-WAGES EXT $16,414.35 100 MICHAEL T VARN,ATTORNEY AT LAW $350.76 100 VERIZON WIRELESS/SHERIFF $549.87 100 VIAERO WIRELESS-WEED $99.72 100 VSP VISION PLAN $252.15 100 WALMART COMMUNITY-TREASURER $59.60 100 WALMART COMMUNITY-VETERANS $46.54 100 XEROX CORPORATION/E911 $609.42 100 XEROX CORPORATION/TREASURER $14.00 100 XEROX CORPORATION/VETERANS OFFICE $109.27 200 AFLAC $270.58 200 AMERITAS LIFE INSURANCE CORP $1,137.49 200 BAUERKEMPER’S INC $5.96 200 BLACK HILLS ENERGY $960.08 200 BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD OF NE $2,097.45 200 BRAD’S TRUCK SERVICE $2,496.46 200 CENTURYLINK LONG DIST-DIST #1 ROADS $28.32 200 CHADRON ACE HARDWARE $164.59 200 DAWES COUNTY TREASURER $55.00 200 FIRST BANKCARD/LARRY HANKIN $48.48 200 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, NORTH PLATTE $3,127.64 200 FLOYD’S TRUCK CENTER,INC $126.18 200 HILT CONSTRUCTION INC $708.00 200 HOTSY EQUIPMENT CO $198.18 200 INLAND TRUCK PARTS & SERVICE $199.35 200 NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE $590.52 200 NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT $180.57 200 NEBRASKALAND TIRE $38.20 200 NEWMAN SIGNS,INC $391.36 200 NMC EXCHANGE LLC/NEBRASKA MACHINERY $20,383.01 200 NORTHWEST RURAL PUBLIC POWER DIST $235.16 200 NORTHWESTERN HEATING AND COOLING $90.00 200 RIVER A HOLDING LLC $10,868.65 200 STURDEVANT’S AUTO PARTS $145.09 200 VSP VISION PLAN $112.09 200 WESTCO $5,862.02 200 XEROX CORPORATION/ROADS $84.11 990 AFLAC $15.47 990 AMERITAS LIFE INSURANCE CORP $68.27 990 BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD OF NE $88.17 990 CHADRON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE $65.00 990 CRAWFORD CLIPPER/HARRISON SUN $11.56 990 CRAWFORD MUD RACING ASSOCIATION $1,600.00 990 DAWES CO TREAS/TOURISM BENEFITS PAY $2,753.07 990 FIRST BANKCARD/TOURISM $107.94 990 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, NORTH PLATTE $201.63 990 NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE $41.90 990 NEBRASKALAND MAGAZINE $300.00 990 WESTERN NE TOURISM COALITION $108.00 2910 AMERITAS LIFE INSURANCE CORP $3.38 2910 CENTURYLINK $76.22 2910 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, NORTH PLATTE $14.46 2910 NTRALINKS,INC $300.00 2910 NE EMERGENCY SERVICE COMM $15.00 2910 NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE $3.35 2910 WESTERN COMMUNICATIONS, INC $149.00 2913 CENTURYLINK $241.35

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