NOTICE

STATE OF NEBRASKA

vs.

$19,020.00 UNITED STATES

CURRENCY

Notice is hereby given to whom it

may concern, Daryl Stokebrand,

John Doe and Jane Doe, real

names unknown, and anyone else

claiming any right or interest in and

to the following described property:

$19,020.00 UNITED STATES

CURRENCY

 

that the above currency was

seized in Buffalo County, Ne-

braska, on November 5, 2018, and

a Complaint for Forfeiture of the

subject currency is currently pend-

ing in the District Court of Buffalo

County, Nebraska. Further, that a

hearing on the Complaint for Forfei-

ture of the seized property has

been scheduled on January 30,

2019, at 2:00 p.m., before the Hon-

orable John H. Marsh, District

Judge. Any party claiming any right

or interest in the above-described

seized property shall appear and

file an Answer or Demurrer with the

District Court Clerk of Buffalo

County, Nebraska, on or before

Wednesday, December 5, 2018, or

be forever barred.

SHAWN R. EATHERTON

Buffalo County Attorney

by: KARI R. FISK

Deputy County Attorney

P.O. Box 67

Kearney, NE 68848-0067

(308) 236-1222

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NOTICE TO BIDDERS

 

Sealed proposals for furnishing

all plant, equipment, transportation,

tools, materials, labor and skills

necessary and incidental to per-

form all work described in the Pro-

posed Contract Documents enti-

tled:

NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF

TRANSPORTATION -

DISTRICT SEVEN

ALMA RE-ROOF PROJECT

PROJECT NUMBER: AFE I-736

will be received at the Depart-

ment of Transportation Operations

Division, located at 5001 S. 14th

Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, until 3:30

PM, local time on Thursday, De-

cember 20, 2018 and will then be

publicly opened and read aloud.

The said Documents have been

prepared by Erickson Sullivan Ar-

chitects and may be obtained from

A & D Technical Supply for a re-

fundable deposit of $40.00, contact

402-474-5454 to obtain docu-

ments. Documents are also availa-

ble for viewing at the Lincoln Build-

ers Bureau, Omaha Builders Ex-

change, and the Alma Facility.

A non-mandatory Pre-Bid Meet-

ing is Thursday, December 13,

2018, 11:00 AM local time (CDT) at

1004 10th Street, Alma, NE.

Project Description: In general,

Work consists of removal of ap-

proximately 4,800 square feet. The

intention is to have documents re-

flect the removal of existing roof-

ing, insulation and edge metals in

all areas and replace with a tapered

insulation system and fully ad-

hered, 60 or 90 mil, 30 year no dol-

lar limit warranty, EPDM membrane

system.

All bids shall be made on the

printed proposal forms attached to

and made a part of the Proposed

Contract Documents and submit-

ted in a sealed envelope marked

"NDOT Alma Building Re-Roof

Bid". Bids which are mailed shall

be placed in a separate sealed en-

velope, labeled as described in this

paragraph, inside the mailing enve-

lope

Bids mailed to this office shall be

addressed to:

Nebraska Dept. of Transportation

Operations Division

attn: Liz Salisbury

PO Box 94759

Lincoln, NE 68509-4759

Bids delivered in person shall be

delivered to:

Nebraska Dept. of Transportation

Operations Division

attn: Liz Salisbury

5001 South 14th Street

Lincoln, NE

Please note: This location is the

Operations Building located south

of the State Penitentiary.

NOTICE: Bids submitted by fac-

simile or electronic transmission

are NOT ACCEPTABLE.

Each Bidder must submit with

the bid a certified or cashiers'

check or a bid bond on AIA form

A310 in an amount equal to five

(5%) of the bid.

The character and amount of se-

curity must be submitted by the

Contractor for the performance of

the Contract is stated in the pro-

posed contract documents.

Bidders may not withdraw their

bids for a period of at least sixty

(60) days after the scheduled clos-

ing time for the receipt of the bids.

The State of Nebraska, Depart-

ment of Transportation reserves the

right to reject any or all bids and

re-advertise for Bids; reserves the

right to waive informalities and ir-

regularities and to make awards on

bids which furnish the materials

and construction that will in their

opinion serve the best interests of

the State.

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CENTRAL COMMUNITY

COLLEGE - HASTINGS

KEARNEY BUILDING -

WELDING REMODEL

INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

INVITATION

1.01 BID SUBMISSION

A. Bids signed and under seal,

executed, dated, and submitted for

the furnishing of all labor, materials,

and equipment for the Central

Community College - Hastings,

Kearney Building - Welding Re-

model prior to:

1. Date: January 3, 2019.

2. Time: 2:00 p.m.

3. Place: Central Community Col-

lege Board Room

4. Location: Grand Island, Ne-

braska.

B. Offers will be opened publicly

immediately after the time for re-

ceipt of bids. The Owner will con-

sider the bids received for the fur-

nishing of said labor, materials and

equipment necessary for the proper

construction of the aforesaid proj-

ect.

C. The General, Mechanical and

Electrical, will be under one Bid. All

subcontractor quotations shall be

sent to the General Contractor.

D. Bid Security is required to be

submitted with bid proposal form.

Make payable to Central Commu-

nity College in the amount of 5% of

the Lump Sum Bid Amount. Bid

Security shall be of cashier's

check, certified check, or Bid Bond

issued by a Surety licensed to con-

duct business in the State of Ne-

braska. Form of Bid Bond is AIA

Document A310. Any agent signing

a bid bond on behalf of the Surety

must attach a Power of Attorney ef-

fectively evidencing the agent's au-

thority to bind the Surety to the

performance of the Bid Bond.

E. Performance Bond: The Con-

tractor shall be required to furnish

acceptable bonds to complete the

work and pay for all labor and ma-

terials used, said bonds to be in the

amount of 100% of total amount of

the Contract. See Document A701,

Instructions to Bidders.

F. Taxes: The Contractor by vir-

tue of his contract with Central

Community College, becomes a

purchasing agent for the Owner on

their behalf and under Statute

77-2702 does not pay sales tax.

G. Insurance: Prior to the start of

the work, completed copies of the

Certificate of Insurance, AIA Docu-

ment G705 shall be submitted to

the Owner and Architect.

H. Pre-Bid Conference is man-

datory for General Contractors.

Meeting attendance is strongly rec-

ommended for major subcontrac-

tors.

1. Date: December 18, 2018.

2. Time: 2:00 p.m.

3. Place: Central Community Col-

lege - Hastings, Kearney Building,

room 101

4. Location: Hastings, NE.

1.02 PROJECT SUMMARY

A. Project Name: Central Com-

munity College - Hastings, Kearney

Building - Welding Remodel.

B. Project Address: 550 South

Technical Blvd, Hastings, Nebraska

68901.

C. Owner's Name: Central Com-

munity College

D. Architect's Name: Wilkins

Architecture Design Planning,

L.L.C..

E. The Contract Documents,

dated December 12, 2018 prepared

for the project by Wilkins Architec-

ture Design Planning, L.L.C.

F. The work consists of an inte-

rior remodel at the existing Kearney

Building on the Central Community

College - Hastings Campus to tem-

porarily relocate the welding pro-

gram. Remodel is minimal in scope

and approximately 5,000 sq. ft.

Project includes minor demolition,

including material that will need to

be removed by a licensed abate-

ment contractor under the General

Contract. New construction in-

cludes an overhead coiling door,

wood dock, interior walls, hollow

metal frames and doors, piping,

minimal mechanical equipment,

and electrical work.

1.03 CONTRACT DESCRIPTION

A. Contract Type: A single prime

contract based on a Stipulated

Price as described in Document 00

5200 - Agreement Form.

B. Project will be constructed un-

der one general construction con-

tract.

1.04 OWNER OCCUPANCY

A. Owner intends to occupy the

Project upon Substantial Comple-

tion.

B. Schedule the Work to accom-

modate Owner occupancy.

1.05 CONTRACT TIME

A. The bidder, in submitting an

offer, accepts the Contract Time

period stated for performing the

Work. The completion date in the

Agreement shall be the Contract

Time added to the commencement

date.

1.06 WORK SEQUENCE

A. ALL WORK MUST BE COM-

PLETED WITHIN THE SCHEDULE

NOTED. The Work shall be con-

ducted in a single phase as de-

scribed in the schedule below:

B. December 18, 2018: Pre-Bid

Conference at 2:00 p.m. at Central

Community College - Hastings,

Kearney Building, room 101

January 3, 2019: Bids received

from General Contractors at 2:00

p.m.

TBD: Contractors interviews in

CCC Board Room.

January 17, 2019: Low bid con-

tractor recommendation presented

to Board of Governors.

January 23, 2019: Contract

awarded.

January 28, 2019: Construction

Starts

April 26, 2019: Substantial Com-

pletion.

May 3, 2019: Final Completion.

BID DOCUMENTS AND

CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

2.01 DEFINITIONS

A. Bid Documents: Contract Doc-

uments including Project Manual,

Construction Drawings and all is-

sued Addendums.

2.02 AVAILABILITY

A. Bid Documents may be ob-

tained from the following location:

1. Standard Digital Imaging, 4424

S 108th St, Omaha, NE 68137 (402)

592-1292.

B. Bid Document Information can

be obtained online from the fol-

lowing location:

1. Standard Digital Imaging |

Standard Share; www.stan-

dardsharev3.com. The following in-

formation can be obtained and

viewed:

a. Instructions to Bidders

b. Bid Form

c. Specifications Table of Con-

tents

d. Section 01 1000 Summary

e. Addendums

f. Construction Drawing Images

IMAGES ARE NOT FOR BIDD-

ING - FOR REFERENCE ONLY IN

ORDERING

C. A deposit in the amount of

$50.00 (made payable to Wilkins

Architecture Design Planning,

L.L.C.) will be required for each set

of bidding documents. If shipping

is required there is a non-refund-

able amount determined and made

payable to Standard Digital Imag-

ing These checks are to be sent to

Standard Digital Imaging prior to

receipt of documents. The deposit

will be returned in full only if a qual-

ified bid is submitted and the Bid

Documents are returned within fif-

teen (15) days of the bid determina-

tion, or if the Contractor decides

not to submit a Proposal and the

Bid Documents are returned with

seven (7) days prior to the bid

opening.

D. ALL BID DOCUMENTS

SHALL BE RETURNED to the of-

fice of Wilkins Architecture De-

sign Planning, L.L.C., 2908 West

39th Street, Suite A, Kearney,

Nebraska, 68845.

2.03 EXAMINATION

A. Bid Documents may be exam-

ined at:

Lincoln Builders Bureau, 5910 S.

58th Suite #C, Lincoln, NE 68516.

Omaha Builders Exchange, 4255

S 94th St., Omaha, NE 68127.

Columbus Area Chamber of

Commerce, 753 33rd Ave., Colum-

bus, NE 68602-0515.

Hastings Builders Bureau, 301

South Burlington, Hastings, NE

68902.

Builders Plan Service, 309 West

2nd, Grand Island, NE 68801.

Reed Construction Data, 30

Technology Drive So. Suite 500,

Norcross, GA 30092.

Kearney Plan Service, 1007 2nd

Avenue, Kearney, NE 68847.

Standard Digital Imaging/Stan-

dardShare - www.stan-

darddigital.com.

Construction Industry Center -

www.construction

industrycenter.com.

iSqFt - www.isqft.com.

Dodge Data & Analytics (Electro-

nic Plan Room), 3315 Central Ave,

Hot Springs, AR 71913

800-393-6343 -

www.construction.com.

B. Upon receipt of Bid Docu-

ments verify that documents are

complete. Notify Architect should

the documents be incomplete.

C. Immediately notify Architect

upon finding discrepancies or

omissions in the Bid Documents.

2.04 PRODUCT/

ASSEMBLY/SYSTEM

SUBSTITUTIONS

A. No technical questions will

be answered by the Architect's/-

Engineer's office(s) during the

twenty-four (24) hours immedi-

ately preceding the bid opening

time and date.

B. All products and manufactur-

ers shall be as specified in the bid

documents. Any requested

changes in products or manufac-

turers shall be submitted to the Ar-

chitect seven days prior to the bid

date. Requested changes that have

been approved will be included in

an addendum. Any requested

changes not included in an adden-

dum are to be considered as not

approved. The Owner reserves the

right to negotiate any proposed

Voluntary Alternates only with the

apparent low bidder with selection

based on the Base Bid and se-

lected Alternate(s).

C. The Architect does not intend

to issue any addenda to the bidd-

ing documents within three (3)

working days of the bid opening

time and date.

SITE ASSESSMENT

3.01SITE EXAMINATION

A. All Bidders are required to

make a careful, close examination

of the entire building areas before

submitting a bid. See 01 1000

Summary for the schedule.

1.4 CONTRACTOR USE OF SITE

AND PREMISES

A. Arrange use of site and prem-

ises to allow:

1. Owner occupancy.

2. Use of site and premises by

the public.

B. Provide access to and from

site as required by law and by

Owner:

1. Emergency Building Exits Dur-

ing Construction: Keep all exits re-

quired by code open during con-

struction period; provide temporary

exit signs if exit routes are tempo-

rarily altered.

2. Do not obstruct roadways,

sidewalks, or other public ways

without permit.

C. Utility Outages and Shutdown:

1. Limit disruption of utility ser-

vices to hours the building is un-

occupied.

2. Do not disrupt or shut down

life safety systems, including but

not limited to fire sprinklers and fire

alarm system, without 7 days' no-

tice to Owner and authorities hav-

ing jurisdiction.

3. Prevent accidental disruption

of utility services to other facilities.

OFFER ACCEPTANCE/

REJECTION

4.01 DURATION OF OFFER

A. Bids shall remain open to ac-

ceptance and shall be irrevocable

for a period of thirty (30) days after

the bid closing date.

4.02 ACCEPTANCE OF OFFER

A. The Owner and Contractor

shall have the right to reject any or

all bids, which are in any way in-

complete or irregular, and to waive

any informality in any proposal.

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held Tuesday, December 11, 2018,

at 4:00 PM, in the County Commis-

sioner's 'Board Room', of the Buf-

falo County Courthouse.

Said meeting will be open to the

public.

Accommodations for the disa-

bled are available upon request.

Please contact Lynn Martin (ADA

Coordinator) at 236-1224, at least

48 hours prior to the meeting if ac-

commodations are required.

An Agenda for this meeting is

kept continuously current at the

Buffalo County Veterans Service

Office, but may be modified up to

24 hours prior to said meeting.

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NOTICE

BUFFALO COUNTY BOARD

OF COMMISSIONERS

BUFFALO COUNTY BOARD

OF EQUALIZATION

TUESDAY, NOVEMBR 27, 2018

 

The Buffalo County Board of

Commissioners and the Buffalo

County Board of Equalization met

on Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at

9:00 A.M. and 9:30 A.M. Chairman

McMullen called the meeting to or-

der and led those present in the

Pledge of Allegiance. The following

Board members responded to roll

call: Joseph Brayton, Kent Greder,

Ivan Klein, Ronald Loeffelholz,

Sherry Morrow, Dennis Reiter and

William McMullen. A copy of the

acknowledgment and receipt of no-

tice and agenda by the Board of

Commissioners isattached to these

minutes. Chairman McMullen an-

nounced that in accordance with

Section 84-1412 of the Nebraska

Revised Statutes, a current copy of

the Open Meetings Act is available

for review. County Clerk Janice

Giffintook all proceedings hereinaf-

ter shown; while the convened

meeting was open to the public.

County Attorney Shawn Eatherton

was present.

REGULAR AGENDA

 

Moved by Brayton and seconded

by Loeffelholz to approve the No-

vember 13, 2018 Board meeting

minutes. Upon roll call vote, the fol-

lowing Board members voted

"Aye": Brayton, Loeffelholz, Greder,

Klein, Morrow, Reiter and

McMullen. "None voted "Nay". Mo-

tion declared carried.

Moved by Morrow and seconded

by Reiterto ratify the following No-

vember 23, 2018 payroll claims

processed by the County Clerk.

Upon roll call vote, the following

Board members voted "Aye": Mor-

row, Reiter, Brayton, Greder, Klein,

Loeffelholz and McMullen. "None

voted "Nay". Motion declared car-

ried.

LEGEND FOR ABBREVIATIONS

FOR VENDOR CLAIMS: A - Ad-

vertisement; AP - Appropriation; B

- Bookmobile; C - Construction;

CD - Civil Defense; CM - Cotton-

mill; D - Dues; E - Expense; EQ -

Equipment; F - Fuel; G - Gravel; I -

Insurance&/or Bonds; MC - Medi-

cal Charges; R - Retirement; RE -

Reimbursement; RT - Rent; S -

Service; SU - Supplies; T - Tax; U -

Utilities.

GENERAL FUND: NET PAYROLL

246,636.34

AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE I

1,162.57

RETIREMENT PLANS AMERITAS

R 41,319.11

BUFFALO CO TREAS/WEL-

LNESS I 70.00

BUFFALO CO TREASURER I

92,064.50

FIRST CONCORD E 3,850.91

FIRST NATIONAL BANK T

84,349.47

KEARNEY UNITED WAY E 97.67

MADISON NATIONAL I 1,092.50

MADISON NATIONAL I 579.37

MASSMUTUAL FINANCIAL I

1,175.00

NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT R

355.00

NE CHILD SUPPORT E 659.12

PRINCIPAL LIFE E 2,860.12

STATE OF NE T 13,447.94

VISION SERVICE E 747.36

ROAD FUND: NET PAYROLL

51,696.12

AMERICAN FAMILY LIFE I

816.65

RETIREMENT PLANS AMERITAS

R 8,065.60

BUFFALO CO TREASURER I

2,930.00

FIRST CONCORD E 487.50

FIRST NATIONAL BANK T

15,356.43

KEARNEY UNITED WAY E 5.00

MADISON NATIONAL I 75.48

MADISON NATIONAL I 110.79

NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT R

272.50

NE CHILD SUPPORT E 100.00

PRINCIPAL LIFE E 748.24

STATE OF NE T 2,192.37

VISION SERVICE E 204.12

WEED FUND: NET PAYROLL

4,594.90

RETIREMENT PLANS AMERITAS

R 722.79

BUFFALO CO TREASURER I

251.50

FIRST CONCORD E 25.00

FIRST NATIONAL BANK T

1,475.53

MADISON NATIONAL I 3.62

PRINCIPAL LIFE E 29.04

STATE OF NE T 224.22

Moved by Morrow and seconded

by Klein to approve the following

transfer of County funds all per

budget. Upon roll call vote, the fol-

lowing Board members voted

"Aye": Morrow, Klein, Brayton,

Greder, Loeffelholz, Reiter and

McMullen. "None voted "Nay". Mo-

tion declared carried.

FROM 100 GENERAL FUND TO

0200 ROAD FUND $500,000.00

Moved by Greder and seconded

by Loeffelholz to accept the Octo-

ber 2018 Community Action Part-

nership of Mid-Nebraska RYDE Re-

port. Upon roll call vote, the follow-

ing Board members voted "Aye":

Greder, Loeffelholz, Brayton, Klein,

Morrow, Reiter, and McMullen.

"None voted "Nay". Motion de-

clared carried.

Moved by Morrow and seconded

by Klein to appoint Francis Biehl to

replace Richard Skelton and to re-

appoint Scott Brady and Tammy

Jeffs to the Planning and Zoning

Commission for a three-year term

ending November 30, 2021. Upon

roll call vote, the following Board

members voted "Aye": Morrow,

Klein, Brayton, Greder, Loeffelholz,

Reiter and McMullen. "None voted

"Nay". Motion declared carried.

Moved by Greder and seconded

by Morrow to approve the hiring of

support staff on December 31,

2018 prior to the transition of the

Buffalo County Public Defender po-

sition from part-time to full-time

with the following Resolution

2018-50. Upon roll call vote, the

following Board members voted

"Aye": Greder, Morrow, Brayton,

Klein, Loeffelholz, Reiter and

McMullen. "None voted "Nay". Mo-

tion declared carried.

RESOLUTION 2018-50

 

WHEREAS, the Buffalo County

Board of Commissioners approved

to change the Buffalo County Pub-

lic Defender position from part-time

to full-time on December 12, 2017

WHEREAS, the Public Defender

will be sworn in on January 3, 2019

WHEREAS, the current Public

Defender will be hiring employees

that are not currently Buffalo

County employees,

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RE-

SOLVED, to ensure that the Public

Defender's staff is eligible for

health insurance as of January 1,

2019, employees will begin em-

ployment with Buffalo County as of

December 31, 2018.

Moved by Greder and seconded

by Klein to approve the renewal of

the Principal Dental contract. This

renewal includes a 5% rate in-

crease for a two year period on the

voluntary employee dental benefit.

Upon roll call vote, the following

Board members voted "Aye":

Greder, Klein, Brayton, Loeffelholz,

Morrow, Reiter and McMullen.

"None voted "Nay". Motion de-

clared carried.

Chairman McMullen reviewed the

following correspondence. NIRMA

sent a notice of the NIRMA Board

vacancies that need to be filled

with the upcoming departure from

County Government by current

Board members. The Board re-

ceived the election results from

Election Commissioner Lisa Poff for

the Buffalo County Board of Com-

missioners; Ivan H Klein, Timothy J

Higgins, Sherry Morrow and Myron

Kouba. Chairman McMullen called

on each board member present for

committee reports and recommen-

dations.

Moved by Klein and seconded by

Brayton to approve the following

Election Claims and the November

2018 vendor claims submitted by

the County Clerk. Upon roll call

vote, the following Board members

voted "Aye": Klein, Brayton,

Greder, Loeffelholz, Morrow, Reiter

and McMullen. None voted "Nay".

Motion declared carried.

GENERAL FUND - ELECTION

CLAIMS: JUDITH A ALLISON E

147.56; J ROGER ANDERSON E

159.06; JIMMI ANN ANDERSON E

62.50; KAY A ANDERSON E

149.88; JUDITH K BALTZELL E

147.56; LINDA A BAUER E 142.94;

BRENDA J BENDFELDT E 192.81;

VICKI K BISSELL E 149.88; KAREN

J BOHAC E 156.63; DIXIE L

BONCZYNSKI E 142.94; PATRICIA

L BOWIE E 154.50; JAN L BRANDT

E 152.19; VIRGINIA A BRITTON E

163.94; LINDA C BRODINE E

197.45; VERA LEE C BRODINE E

147.56; BETH BRYAN E 147.56;

KRISTY L BUCHMEIER E 156.81;

MARYBELLE D BURGE E 147.56;

FLOYD E BUTTERFIELD E 147.56;

PATRICIA BUTTERFIELD E 147.56;

LINDA S CALLAHAN E 149.88;

DONNA I CARSON E 156.63;

SHIRLEY A CHRAMOSTA E

152.19; GARY D CLARK E 149.88;

BARBARA A CLINE E 124.88;

BARBRA A CULLEN E 147.56;

CECELIA M DAVIS E 149.88; CON-

NIE DE JONGE E 172.66; SHARON

E. DE NEUI E 147.56; KELLY S DE

WEESE E 165.35; KAREN J

DETERDING E 147.56; KATHERINE

M DREW E 122.56; VICKI K

EGGEN E 147.56; CAROLYN I EL-

LIS E 147.56; MAXINE C ERPELD-

ING E 147.56; DOROTHY J FARN-

HAM-TRIMBLE E 154.50; GARY R

FEIND E 149.88; BARBARA J

FIRME E 154.50; BARBARA J

FISHER E 149.88; KATHLEEN M

FISHER E 154.50; SALLY M

FISHER E 147.56; JANET K FOX E

147.56; KAREN K FOX E 152.19;

ANNETTE L FROID E 145.25;

JAMES L FRUHLING E 145.25;

JAN L FRUHLING E 149.88; KA-

REN R GARRELTS E 102.50; EL-

LEN L GEIST E 149.88; VERA M

GIFFIN E 154.50; JERRY W

GLOYSTEIN E 147.56; ROSALIE J

GOLDBERG E 154.50; BETTY JO

GOODELL E 156.97; RICHARD C

GOODELL E 147.56; MARCIA L.

GUGELMAN E 147.56; THERESA

M HAGGE E 154.50; ALICE M

HECKMAN E 141.44; EVELYN M

HEIDEN E 145.25; REMA J. HEM-

MERLING E 156.81; ANNA L

HEMPLEMAN E 152.19; KEITH L

HILTON E 33.08; JOLENE C

HOELTING E 149.88; SHARON K

HOFFMAN E 149.88; CHERYL E

HOUGH E 145.25; COLLEEN N JA-

COBSON E 147.56; MARIA J

JANKE E 115.63; SUSAN E

JASNOCH E 149.88; DEANNA D

JESSE E 147.56; DONALD

JOBMAN E 149.88; PAMELA J

JOHN E 218.73; AILEEN J JOHN-

SON E 149.88; CAROL L JOHN-

SON E 147.56; JEAN A JOHNSON

E 89.75; KATHLEEN L JOHNSTON

E 145.25; DELORES A

KEASCHALL E 147.56; LORAINE

KEEHN E 149.88; JUNE L KENTON

E 149.88; LARRY L KENTON E

149.88; MYRA E KING E 185.00;

LEANN KLEIN E 163.91; JEAN L

KOLBO E 142.94; MILTON D

KOTRC E 156.63; MARLENE

KRIHA E 163.75; MARGARET A

LANDON E 159.06; DORIS A LAUE

E 147.56; LOIS J LEE E 149.88;

BARBARA J LINDNER E 162.00;

ELIZABETH LOCKHORN E 145.25;

PATRICIA M LOEFFELHOLZ E

206.48; VONDA K LUNDELL E

140.63; DEANNA D MALZACHER

E 149.88; DIANA L MARLATT E

159.06; SHARON L MARTIN E

188.21; ERDLEY S MATTESON E

156.63; JEANNE M MAY E 168.87;

JEANNE C MCCLEMENS E

147.56; RICHARD R MCCLEMENS

E 149.88; ANN T MCGOWAN E

115.63; SANDY E MCKIRAHAN E

149.88; ROSALEE M MICKELSEN

E 154.50; JUDY I MILLER E 149.88;

LINDA A. MILLER E 147.56; CAR-

OLYN A MILLIGAN E 147.56; JEAN

M MOORE E 147.56; PATRICIA A

MORSE E 147.56; BARBARA

MOWREY E 149.88; LARRY D

MUEGGENBERG E 154.50; BAR-

BARA A MUTH E 124.88; DEBRA S

NICHOLS E 154.19; EMMA L

NICHOLS E 147.56; LAUREN M

O'BRIEN E 117.94; TIMOTHY T

O'DEA E 161.50; CARLA L

OGORZOLKA E 147.56; KATHRYN

A OLSUFKA E 147.56; NORMA

OTT E 122.56; BONNIE PABIAN E

147.56; JOANNE M PAITZ E

225.27; THERESA M PANKAS E

147.56; JANETTE PAXSON E

159.13; THOMAS R PAXSON E

149.88; JEANINE V PESEK E

156.81; JANICE M POFF E 152.19;

BLAKE ALLEN PRUSIA E 35.00; K

KAY REED E 149.88; DEBRA J

REIMERS E 122.13; GWENDOLYN

REITER E 149.88; KAREN R RE-

ITER E 168.81; DEE M RISKOWSKI

E 147.56; KIMBRA L ROBERTS E

131.63; RITA B ROHRICH E

147.56; MARGIE R RUDER E

156.81; CYNTHIA A RYAN E

152.19; CHERYL E SCAR-

BOROUGH E 147.56; JEWEL D

SCARBOROUGH E 159.82; DEVYN

B SCHAKE E 30.00; JANENE K

SCHAKE E 154.50; CATHY JEAN

SCHROEDER E 147.56; IRMA M

SCHROEDER E 159.13; SHARON

K SCHUKEI E 154.50; ELAINE A

SCHUSTER E 147.56; MARGUE-

RITE F SCHUSTER E 149.88; BEN-

NIE L SCOTT E 82.81; MARGARET

E SEIDLITZ E 159.06; JUDITH G

SHELDON E 147.56; DIANA J

SHUBERT E 154.50; WILMA J

SKALA E 127.19; JOAN C. SMITH

E 149.88; JUDY E SPIVEY E

147.56; MARGARET L STENGEL E

161.44; GWENDLAND L STERNER

E 129.50; EVELYN K STITTLE E

147.56; CAROL J STUHR E 134.06;

JAMES A SWANSON E 161.50;

DARRELL E TEPLY E 147.56; JANE

E TEPLY E 152.19; KAY I THOMP-

SON E 147.56; REBECCA S

THORNTON E 147.56; CLIFFORD

E TILLEMANS E 25.00; SUSAN M

TILLEMANS E 204.76; ANDREA F

TOWLER E 156.63; SHARON L

TRAMPE E 196.38; CAROL J

WHITESEL E 147.56; ANGELA L

WINSLOW E 149.88; SANDRA L

WINTERMOTE E 202.90; NORMA J

WOODMAN E 214.34; KENT E

ZELLER E 140.63; SUSAN M ZEL-

LER E 149.88; MARILYN S

ZIMMER E 122.13; MARY ANN

ZWIENER E 147.56; MARILEE K

KABES E 150.00; LAURA J RID-

DER E 200.00; ELDA L RODGERS

E 37.61; MARGARET A SPANG-

LER E 241.88

GENERAL FUND: ABC RENT-

ALS RT 210.00; ADAMS &

SWANSON FUNERAL E 1,000.00;

ADVANCED CORRECTIONAL

HEALTH MC 6,657.60; ALL FAITHS

FUNERAL E 400.00; ALL MAKES

AUTO SU 513.12; ALL STAR AUTO

GLASS S 315.00; AMERICAN

ELECTRIC SU 117.25; MANDI J

AMY RE 247.74; FRANK ANDER-

SON E 20.00; REBECCA TVRDIK

ANDERSON S 1,200.00; APPLE

MARKET SU 95.94; ATS S 406.72;

MICHAEL W BALDWIN S 2,463.50;

BAMFORD INC S 2,343.26; RICH-

ARD BEECHNER E 75.00; BRAD W

BIGELOW E 150.00; BISHOP LAW

S 1,113.74; JONATHAN R

BRANDT S 3,811.74; CHARLES

BREWSTER S 4,266.50; BRUNER

FRANK LLC S 7,317.08; BSBB,

LLP RT 100.00; BUFFALO CO

BOARD COMMISSIONERS RE

250.00; BUFFALO CO ATTORNEY

E 935.00; BUFFALO CO ATTOR-

NEY'S OFFICE E 412.24; BUF-

FALO CO CLERK E 993.75l BUF-

FALO CO COMMUNITY PART-

NERS AP 4,049.95; BUFFALO CO

COURT E 4,635.69; BUFFALO CO

PUBLIC DEFENDER S 5,231.70;

BUFFALO CO SHERIFF E

3,531.41; BUILDERS WARE-

HOUSE SU 315.75; TIFFANIE

BULLOCK RE 202.74; MICHAEL D

CARPER S 1,095.50; CARQUEST

AUTO SU 54.45; CASA AP

10,000.00; CASH WA SU 197.25;

CENTRAL FIRE & SAFETY SU

190.00; CENTRAL NE CREMATION

E 1,375.00; CENTRAL NE VETER-

ANS MEMORIAL AP 25,000.00;

CHARLESWORTH CONSULTING

AP 909.00; CHARTER COMMUNI-

CATIONS U 465.48; CHI HEALTH

GOOD SAMARITAN MC 9,621.97;

CHIEF SUPPLY CORP SU

7,673.08; JENNIFER CHURCH RE

164.90; CIRCLE D BOOT & SAD-

DLE S 12.00; CITY OF KEARNEY U

2,599.01; CITY OF KEARNEY AP

93,634.39; CITY OF KEARNEY EQ

258.39; CLERK OF THE DISTRICT

COURT E 1,942.00; COBBLE-

STONE HOTEL E 86.00; COMFY

BOWL E 530.00; KIFFANY CON-

NER, LIMHP E 20.00; CONSTRUC-

TION RENTAL E 416.49; CORNER-

STONE TOWER SVC S 896.00;

CAROLINE COTE RE 148.33;

COUNTRY PARTNERS E 325.00;

CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCING

SU 1,659.05; CULLIGAN S 141.00;

WENDY C CUTTING E 220.75; DA-

N'S SANITATION S 14.00; DAS

STATE ACCTNG-CENTRAL E

1,280.00; DASH MEDICAL SU

259.00; DAWSON CO SHERIFF'S

OFFICE E 18.58; DAWSON PUB-

LIC POWER DISTRICT U 2,252.47;

DAMON DEEDS RE 52.99; DE-

PART OF CORRECTIONAL SVCS

S 3,027.61; DEPT OF PATHOLO-

GY-ST LOUIS UNIV MC 1,000.00;

DESIGNER CRAFT WOODWORK-

ING S 7,032.00; DEWALD DEAVER

LAW S 271.00; DHM ELECTRICAL

S 14,502.00; DIAMOND VOGEL

PAINT SU 25.11; DON WASSON

CO E 30,171.00; DOUGLAS CO

SHERIFF E 89.80; CONSTABLE

CHUCK GURZICK E 26.00;

DOWHY TOWING S 298.00;

BRANDON DUGAN LAW S

2,473.74; EAKES SU 3,923.08;

SHAWN EATHERTON RE; 410.15;

EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT NO

10 AP 17,966.42; EGAN SUPPLY

SU 1,379.97; ELECTION SYSTEMS

& SOFTWARE E 8,893.17; KERRY

ELSEN RE 12.80; ENTERPRISE

ELECTRIC SU 36.00; EUSTIS

BODY SHOP S 172.50;

FANGMEYER ASCHWEGE &

BESSE S 1,501.50; FARMERS

COOP F 212.01; FASTENAL CO

SU 78.48; KARI FISK RE 248.28;

REGINA FORSHEE-BEDKE RE

167.28; FRANKLIN CO SHERIFF E

42.86; FRONTIER U 9,910.19; FYE

LAW S 3,906.28; GALLS, LLC SU

688.93; AMBER GAPP RE 56.61;

GARRETT TIRES S 125.60; MARK

GILLMING RE 45.00; MICHAEL

GILMOUR RE 45.00; GOOD SA-

MARITAN HOSPITAL MC 2,100.00;

GRANDVIEW APARTMENTS RT

95.00; GREAT PLAINS DENTAL

MC 962.00; H.L. FLAKE SECURITY

HARDWARE SU 355.39; AUDREY

HAKE E 89.76; HALL CO BOARD

OF SUPERVISORS RE 258.33;

MARLIN HEIDEN RE 4.91; AN-

DREW W HOFFMEISTER RE

246.66; HORNER, LIESKE, MC-

BRIDE & KUHL E 1,000.00; LISA R

HUERTA RE 45.00; INTERNA-

TIONAL ASSOCIATION CHIEFS E

875.00; INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR

EQ 12,509.10; INTELLICOM COM-

PUTER S 388.00; DEB IWAN E

1,455.00; JACK LEDERMAN CO

SU 718.67; JACK'S UNIFORMS

EQ 207.47; JACOBSEN ORR LAW

S 6,729.75; KELLIE JOHN RE

24.00; JOHNSTONE SUPPLY SU

30.96; KEARNEY ANESTHESIA

ASSOC MC 224.30; KEARNEY

AREA ANIMAL SHELTER AP

2,500.00; KEARNEY HOUSING RT

210.00; KEARNEY HUB A

2,202.13; KEARNEY POW-

ERSPORTS SU 19.95; KEARNEY

RENTAL PROS RT 330.00; KEAR-

NEY TOWING S 265.00; JEFFREY

C KNAPP S 1,199.50; JEAN

KNEESE R 19.00; KONICA

MINOLTA BUSINESS AP 2,612.90;

KONICA MINOLTA PREMIER AP

2,656.35; DOUG KRAMER RE

45.00; KUCERA PAINTING S

13,733.00; LANDMARK IMPLE-

MENT S 383.18; JOHN B LAW-

LESS S 3,075.00; LAWSON PROD-

UCTS SU 275.62; DR MICHAEL

LAWSON E 75.00; PATRICK LEE

RE 422.14; LEXINGTON RE-

GIONAL HEALTH MC 69.14; LEX-

ISNEXIS RISK SOLUTIONS E

25.00; LIESKE, LIESKE & ENSZ S

1,888.74; LINCOLN CO SHERIFF E

44.63; LOCATION TECHNOLO-

GIES E 776.00; STEPHEN G LOWE

S 1,012.50; MAILFINANCE E

213.60; MANATRON E 8,989.69;

MARLATT MACHINE SU 22.36;

JOHN MARSH RE 45.00; LYNN

MARTIN RE 45.00; MASTERS

TRUE VALUE SU 317.05; SHARON

MAULER RE 283.71; JENNIFER R

MCCARTER REPORTING E

235.00; JESSICA MCDONALD E

20.00; MICHAEL MEFFERD RE

247.74; MENARDS SU 2,061.93;

MICROFILM IMAGING E 250.00;

MID-NE DIGGING E 3,950.00; MID-

WEST CONNECT E 5,625.19; MID-

WEST DOOR SU 2,626.00; MIPS

AP 4,330.19; MIRROR IMAGE E

261.29; MOONLIGHT CUSTOM E

2,907.50; MORRIS PRESS SU

135.00; JERAD A. MURPHY S

993.74; NATIONAL ASSOC OF

COUNTIES E 922.00; NACO E

2,050.00; NE CENTRAL TELE-

PHONE U 346.90; NE HEALTH &

HUMAN E 744.00; NE INSTITUTE

OF FORENSIC E 2,833.00; NE

LAW ENFORCEMENT E 102.00;

NE PUBLIC POWER DIST U

1,036.30; NE PUBLIC POWER DIS-

TRICT U 11,530.17; NEBRAS-

KA.GOV E 35.00; NEBRASKALINK

HOLDINGS E 615.00; NET-

WORKFLEET E 37.90; KRISTI

NEWMAN RE 57.55; NIRMA E

312.00; NORTHWESTERN EN-

ERGY U 2,032.28; O'BRIEN

STRAATMANN REDINGER E

1,400.00; O'KEEFE ELEVATOR E

415.07; OMAHA WORLD-HERALD

E 400.40; OWENS EDUCATIONAL

SVCS E 634.34; MARDI PALLAS

RT 330.00; PARK MEADOW PART-

NERS RT 250.00; NATE PEARSON

RE 45.00; BARBARA J

PEMBERTON RIEGE RE 1.09;

PHELPS CO SHERIFF'S OFFICE E

18.50; PLAINS INVESTMENT

GROUP RT 330.00; POLICE LE-

GAL SCIENCES E 1,680.00; PRAI-

RIE VIEW APARTMENTS RT

290.00; PSYCHOLOGICAL RE-

SOURCES MC 270.00; RAVENNA

SANITATION S 426.00; REDMAN'S

SHOES EQ 110.00; ROBERT RICH

RE 25.00; ILENE RICHARDSON R

14.00; ROCKMOUNT RESEARCH

SU 115.58; ROSS SCHROEDER &

GEORGE S 5,471.88; RYAN

SAALFELD RE 45.00; KARRIE

SCHOENFELD E 20.00; CONNIE S

SCHUMAN E 37.50; KIRK SCOTT

RE 45.00; SEQUOIA CONSULTING

E 2,352.00; DAVID SESNA RE

25.00; TRENTON SNOW, LLC RE

440.36; SOFTWARE UNLIMITED

CORP E 10,244.40; SOLID WASTE

AGENCY E 69.13; JUAN SOTO, JR

RE 45.00; STAMM ROMERO & AS-

SOC S 7,056.75; STATE OF NE

PROBATION DIST 9 AP 4,953.81;

THOMAS S. STEWART S 2,988.74;

STITCH 3 S 322.00; MICHAEL J

SYNEK S 210.66'; T-C CEILINGS E

4,800.00; THE FRIENDS PRO-

GRAM E 2,731.55; PHYSICIAN

NETWORK MC 224.30; THOMSON

REUTERS - WEST E 394.35;

THOMSON REUTERS - WEST E

2,561.34; THOMSON REU-

TERS-WEST E 576.80; TITAN EN-

ERGY SYSTEMS E 1,400.85; TYE

& ROWLING S 3,566.87; U S

POSTMASTER E 250.00; U.S.

BANK E 29,667.61; UNION BANK

& TRUST E 45.00; UNIVERSITY OF

NE-LINCOLN RE 417.72; UNIVER-

SITY OF NE-LINCOLN E 93.00;

VALLEY CO SHERIFF'S OFFICE E

12.00; VERIZON WIRELESS U

1,160.29; VERIZON WIRELESS U

1,571.03; VEZEL HOUSE SU 80.00

; VILLAGE AT KEARNEY RT

983.00; VILLAGE OF MILLER U

19.50; VILLAGE PLAZA RT 250.00;

VILLAGE UNIFORM E 72.36;

WALGREEN MC 3,570.00;

WALGREENS MC 60.42; WELLS

FARGO E 372.21; WELLS FARGO

E 97.01; WELLS FARGO E 450.00;

WELLS FARGO E 913.23; RICH

WHITE RE 4.36; LLOYD WILKE RE

38.15; WILKE'S TRUE VALUE SU

11.99; WILLIAMS CLEANERS E

348.51; MELISSA L WILLIS RE

247.74; JASON WOZNIAK RE

224.85; WPCI MC 142.50; MELA-

NIE R YOUNG RE 45.00; ZIEMBA

ROOFING S 365.00; ERIC

ZIKMUND RE 45.00

ROAD FUND: ACE HARDWARE

SU 153.96; ALL MAKES SU

1,706.20; AMERICAN FIRST AID

SU 576.50; ANDERSEN WRECK-

ING S 9.95; AUSSIE HYDRAULICS

S 1,643.19; ARNOLD MOTOR SU

1,752.50; BOSSELMAN ENERGY

SU 72.79; BUFFALO SURVEYING

E 550.00; CARL WHITNEY SAND

G 28,853.99; CARQUEST AUTO

SU 2,250.54; CENTRAL AG SU

1,304.75; CENTRAL HYDRAULIC

SU 854.88; CHS AGRI SERVICE F

187.07; COMFY BOWL E 190.00;

CONSTRUCTION RENTAL E

225.00; COUNTRY PARTNERS F

206.39; CUMMINS CENTRAL

POWER S 105.82; EAKES SU

900.21; ED BROADFOOT & SONS

G 101.22; FARM PLAN S 1,284.32;

FARMERS CO-OP F 251.58; FAS-

TENAL CO SU 2.90; GARRETT TI-

RES EQ 7,581.60; GRAHAM TIRE

S 44.00; MARK HAHN G 3,060.00;

KACO SUPPLIES SU 685.00;

KEARNEY CLINIC MC 240.00;

KELLY SUPPLY S 602.14; KIM-

BALL MIDWEST S 128.10; LAW-

SON PRODUCTS SU 751.81;

MASTERS TRUE VALUE SU 54.64;

MENARDS SU 355.71; MID NE

AGGREGATE G 7,042.43; MIDWAY

CHEVROLET S 6.09; MIDWEST

SERVICE SU 648.46; MILLER &

ASSOCIATES E 11,514.90; NE

TRUCK CENTER S 532.00; NEW

SIOUX CITY IRON SU 210.34;

NMC EXCHANGE S 8,453.43;

NMC EXCHANGE EQ 427,350.00;

OAK CREEK ENGINEERING E

21,500.00; ON SITE MOBILE

SHARPENING S 121.99; PLATTE

VALLEY AUTO S 33.00;

POWERPLAN-MURPHY TRAC-

TOR S 4,312.49; ROADRUNNER

TIRE S 1,300.00; SAFELITE FUL-

FILLMENT S 125.00; SAHLING

KENWORTH S 106.10; T & F SAND

G 21,228.73; TROTTER INC G

11,700.00; TRUCK CENTER CO S

1,545.03; U.S. BANK E 581.18;

WILKE'S TRUE VALUE SU 155.47;

WPCI MC 51.50

VISITOR'S PROMOTION FUND:

KEARNEY VISITOR'S BUREAU E

53,800.00

VISITOR'S IMPROVEMENT

FUND: KEARNEY VISITOR'S BU-

REAU E 52,900.00

HEALTH INSURANCE FUND:

BCBS HEALTH CLAIM I

207,490.25; BLUE CROSS BLUE

SHIELD NE I 449.08

DRUG FORFEITURES: CITY OF

KEARNEY RE 1,198.00; U.S. BANK

E 1,797.00

WEED DISTRICT: EAKES SU

12.87; NACO E 125.00; U.S. BANK

E 27.37

911 EMERGENCY SERVICE:

CENTURYLINK E 692.53; CENTU-

RYLINK U 2,076.71; CENTU-

RYLINK U 1,002.65; DAWSON CO

SHERIFF'S OFFICE E 1,179.60;

FRONTIER U 1,500.87; FRONTIER

COMMUNICATIONS U 227.48; NE

APCO/NENA E 60.00; NE CEN-

TRAL TELEPHONE U 109.99;

PLATTE VALLEY COMMUNICA-

TIONS E 7,050.90; U.S. BANK E

768.48

ZONING

 

Zoning Administrator Jason

Wozniak was present for the fol-

lowing Zoning agenda item.

Chairman McMullen opened the

Zoning Hearing at 9:15 A.M. for an

Administrative Subdivision filed by

Mitch Humphrey on behalf of Wild

Horse Ranch, LLC c/o Steve

Scoville, Inc. Theproperty de-

scribed as part of the Southeast

Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of

Section 5, Township 9 North,

Range 18 West of the Sixth Princi-

pal Meridian, Buffalo County, Ne-

braska, to be known as Scoville

Administrative Subdivision. On No-

vember 8, 2018, the Board of Ad-

justments approved a request for a

variance due to theproposed size

of 2.37 acres being under the 3.0

acre minimum. Mitch Humphrey re-

viewed the application. No one else

addressed the Board and Chairman

McMullen closed the hearing at

9:19A.M. Moved by Brayton and

seconded by Reiter to approve the

Administrative Subdivision with the

following Resolution 2018-51.

Upon roll call vote, the following

Board members voted "Aye":

Brayton, Reiter, Greder, Klein,

Loeffelholz, Morrow and McMullen.

None voted "Nay". Motion declared

carried.

RESOLUTION 2018-51

 

WHEREAS, Mitchell Humphrey,

licensed surveyor, on behalf of Wild

Horse Ranch, LLC, c/o Steve

Scoville hereinafter referred to as

"applicant" have filed for an Ad-

ministrative Subdivision to be

known as "SCOVILLE ADMINIS-

TRATIVE SUBDIVISION" with the

Buffalo County Clerk and/or Zoning

Administrator, and

WHEREAS, the Zoning Adminis-

trator forwarded this application to

this Board, and

WHEREAS, on November 27,

2018, this Board conducted a pub-

lic hearing now finds:

1. The proposed "SCOVILLE AD-

MINISTRATIVE SUBDIVISION" is in

the Agricultural (AG) Zoning District

for Buffalo County, Nebraska and

the size of the parcels of real estate

owned by the subdividing entity af-

ter subdividing complies with the

minimum lot size of this zoning dis-

trict.

2. The proposed plat for this sub-

division fulfills Buffalo County's

Subdivision Resolution require-

ments for administrative subdivi-

sions specifically allowed under

Section 3.02 together with other

provisions applicable thereto.

3. Turkey Creek Road is a county

maintained open public road that

abuts the proposed subdivision to

the west. The width of this road af-

ter dedication complies with the

minimum width standards required

by the Buffalo County Subdivision

Resolution.

4. 100th Road is a county main-

tained open public road that abuts

the proposed subdivision to the

south. The width of this road after

dedication complies with the mini-

mum width standards required by

the Buffalo County Subdivision

Resolution.

5. Title search paperwork has

been provided to the Buffalo

County Attorney's Office and that

office has cleared title as concerns

Buffalo County's interests based

upon the title search documents

delivered to that office by appli-

cant.

6. This proposed administrative

subdivision should be approved.

7. That a variance from the mini-

mum of 3.0 acres according to

Section 5.16 of the Subdivision

Regulations be relaxed to 2.37 ac-

res of which 0.24 acres, more or

less, are presently being used for

road purposes on the west and

south side.

8. Variance was passed Novem-

ber 8, 2018 with a 4-0 vote by the

Board of Adjustments.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE-

SOLVED BY THE BUFFALO

COUNTY BOARD OF COMMIS-

SIONERS in regular session with a

quorum present, that the plat of,

"SCOVILLE ADMINISTRATIVE

SUBDIVISION," described as a

tract of land being part of the

Southeast Quarter of the Southeast

Quarter of Section 5, Township 9

North, Range 18 West of the Sixth

Principal Meridian, Buffalo County,

Nebraska, duly made out, acknowl-

edged and certified, is hereby ap-

proved, accepted, ratified, and au-

thorized to be filed and recorded in

the Office of the Register of Deeds,

Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Highway Superintendent John

Maul was present for the following

Agenda items.

Moved by Klein and seconded by

Reiter to award the bid to Saul Ra-

mos Construction for Projects C10

(380), C10 (942), C10 (976) and

C10 (977) for $251,121.55. Upon

roll call vote, the following Board

members voted "Aye": Klein, Re-

iter, Brayton, Greder, Loeffelholz,

Morrow and McMullen. None voted

"Nay". Motion declared carried.

Moved by Klein and seconded by

Brayton to award the bid to Mid-

lands Contracting for Projects C10

(590), C10 (916) and C10 (981) for

$199,097.60. Upon roll call vote,

the following Board members voted

"Aye": Klein, Brayton, Greder, Loef-

felholz, Morrow, Reiter and

McMullen. None voted "Nay". Mo-

tion declared carried.

The Board reviewed and dis-

cussed the Oak Creek Engineer-

ingSign study of the intersection at

Riverdale Road and 115th Road.

Moved by Brayton and seconded

by Greder to have the intersection

remain with permanent stop signs

on all approaches, making this in-

tersection an All Way stop for the

purpose of safety. Upon roll call

vote, the following Board members

voted "Aye": Brayton, Greder,

Klein, Loeffelholz, Morrow, Reiter

and McMullen. None voted "Nay".

Motion declared carried.

Moved by Morrow and seconded

by Reiter to authorize Chairman

McMullen to sign on behalf of Buf-

falo County the Interlocal Agree-

ment with the State of Nebraska

Department of Transportation and

the Union Pacific Railroad Com-

pany for the installation of flashing

light signals, gates and constant

warning circuitry at Sodtown Road

at Union Pacific Railroad Company

DOT. No. 813928D with the follow-

ing Resolution 2018-52. The total

project estimated at $244,183.00

with the approximate cost to the

County being $6,105.00. Upon roll

call vote, the following Board mem-

bers voted "Aye": Morrow, Reiter,

Brayton, Greder, Klein, Loeffelholz,

and McMullen. None voted "Nay".

Motion declared carried.

RESOLUTION 2018-52

WHEREAS, the County Board of

Buffalo County, the Union Pacific

Railroad Company and the State of

Nebraska intend to make improve-

ments to a railroad grade crossing,

located at Sodtown Road, east of

Gibbon at DOT No 813928D.

WHEREAS, the parties have pro-

vided for the terms and conditions

for making those improvements in

a Supplemental Agreement.

WHEREAS, the County of Buffalo

wishes to ente into this three-party

agreement.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-

SOLVED, the County Board of Buf-

falo County hereby authorizes the

County Board Chair to sign an

agreement with the State of Ne-

braska, Department of Transporta-

tion and the Union Pacific Railroad

Company for the installation of

flashing light signals and gates and

constant warning circuitry at

Sodtown Road at Union Pacific

Railroad Company DOT. No.

813928D.

NDOT Project Number:

RRX-NFG-10(70)

NDOT Control Number: 42877

NDOT Project Description: Gib-

bon Northeast UPRR Crossing

Moved by Greder and seconded

by Loeffelholz to recess the regular

meeting of the Board of Commis-

sioners at 9:27 A.M. and reconvene

as a Board of Equalization. Upon

roll call vote, the following Board

members voted "Aye": Greder,

Loeffelholz, Brayton, Klein, Mor-

row, Reiter and McMullen. None

voted "Nay". Motion declared car-

ried.

BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

 

Chairman McMullen called the

Board of Equalization to order in

open session; Deputy County

Treasurer Brenda Rohrich was

present.

Moved by Klein and seconded by

Brayton to approve the Motor Vehi-

cle Tax Exemption as indicated on

the application by County Treas-

urer Sidwell for Nebraska Youth

Camp on a 2016 Titan Flatbed

Trailer. Upon roll call vote, the fol-

lowing Board members voted

"Aye": Klein, Brayton, Greder, Loef-

felholz, Morrow, Reiter and

McMullen. None voted "Nay". Mo-

tion declared carried.

Moved by Loeffelholz and se-

conded by Reiter to adjourn the

Board of Equalization and return to

the regular meeting of the Board of

Commissioners at 9:28 A.M. Upon

roll call vote, the following Board

members voted "Aye": Loeffelholz,

Reiter, Brayton, Greder, Klein, Mor-

rowand McMullen. None voted

"Nay". Motion declared carried.

Chairman McMullen called for

Citizen's forum andGary Geist was

present to discuss maintenance

and improvements at Dove Hill

Cemetery. Cara Easterday thanked

the Board for their decision to leave

the stop signs at Riverdale Road

and 115th Road.

Chairman McMullen asked if

there was anything else to come

before the Board at 9:41 A.M. be-

fore he declared the meeting ad-

journed until the regular meeting at

9:00 A.M. on Tuesday, December

11, 2018.

William McMullen, Chairman

Buffalo County Board

of Commissioners

ATTEST: Janice J. Giffin

Buffalo County Clerk

(SEAL)

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