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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

CONCERNING THE ISSUANCE

OF BONDS BY COLORADO

HEALTH FACILITIES

AUTHORITY FOR

COMMONSPIRIT HEALTH

AND ITS AFFILIATES

 

Notice is hereby given that the

Nebraska Investment Finance Au-

thority (the "Authority") will hold a

public hearing at 9:30 A.M. on June

20, 2019 in the Authority's Board

Room at 1230 "O" Street, Suite

200, Lincoln, Nebraska, at which

time any person may be heard re-

garding the issuance of the Bonds

and the financing of theprojects de-

scribed herein. The Authority will

consider the approval, for purposes

of Section 147(f) of the Internal

Revenue Code of 1986, of the pro-

posed issuance of certain tax-

exempt bonds, in an aggregate

principal amount not to exceed

$4,200,000,000 (the "Bonds") by

the Colorado Health Facilities Au-

thority ("COHFA"), pursuant to the

Colorado Health Facilities Authority

Act, Colorado Revised Statutes, Ti-

tle 25, Article 25, Section 101 et.

seq. as amended, and the Supple-

mental Public Securities Act, Colo-

rado Revised Statutes, Title 11, Ar-

ticle 57, Section 201 et. seq., as

amended. A portion of the Bonds,

up to $1,137,800,000, will be used

to finance or refinance certain proj-

ects located within the state of Ne-

braska (the "Nebraska Projects"),

which are owned and/or operated

by Alegent Creighton Health;

Alegent Creighton Clinic; CHI Ne-

braska; Alegent Health-Bergan

Mercy Health System; Alegent

Health - Immanuel Medical Center;

Nebraska Heart Hospital; Saint

Elizabeth Regional Medical Center;

Saint Francis Medical Center;

Good Samaritan Hospital, Kearney,

Nebraska; St. Mary's Community

Hospital; The Physician Network

and Alegent Health - Memorial

Hospital, Schuyler; and/or their

subsidiaries or affiliates (collectiv-

ely, the "Nebraska Affiliates").

COHFA has previously issued

bonds for the benefit of Catholic

Health Initiatives, a Colorado non-

profit corporation ("CHI") and the

Nebraska Affiliates. Effective Feb-

ruary 1, 2019, CHI and Dignity

Health, a California nonprofit public

benefit corporation, aligned their

respective health care ministries to

create a single, Catholic, nonprofit

health system known as Com-

monSpirit Health (the "System").

The proceeds of the Bonds are

expected to be used by the System

to (a) finance, refinance, pay, or re-

imburse the costs of the Nebraska

Projects and the other projects de-

scribed herein; (b) refinance or ac-

quisition finance the Existing Debt

described herein, which financed

the Nebraska Projects and the

other projects described herein; (c)

pay certain expenses incurred in

connection with the issuance of

Bonds; and (d) fund a debt service

reserve fund for all or any portion of

the Bonds.

The "Existing Debt" consists of

all or a portion of: (a) COHFA's

Revenue Bonds (Catholic Health

Initiatives) Series 2006A, 2008C-2

and C-4, 2008D-1, D-2 and D-3,

2009A, 2009B-1 and B-3, 2011A,

2011C, 2013A, 2013C, 2015B, and

2017B and COHFA's 2015-1 and

2015-2 Loans (Catholic Health Initi-

atives); (b) the City of Breckenridge,

Minnesota's Revenue Bonds (Cath-

olic Health Initiatives) Series

2004A; (c) the County of Montgom-

ery Ohio's Revenue Bonds (Cath-

olic Health Initiatives) Series

2004A, 2008D-1 and D-2, 2009A

and 2009B; (d) the Hospital Author-

ity of Umatilla County, Oregon's

Revenue Bonds (Catholic Health

Initiatives) Series 2004A; (e) County

of Wood, Ohio Lease Obligations

Series 2012 (St. Clare Commons);

and (f) certain outstanding taxable

commercial paper allocable to the

refinancing of the: (1) Brazos

County Health Facilities Develop-

ment Corporation Franciscan Ser-

vices Corporation Obligated Group

Revenue Bonds, Series 2008 is-

sued for the benefit of St. Joseph

Regional Health Center; (2) Lufkin

Health Facilities Development Cor-

poration Health System Revenue

Bonds (Memorial Health System of

East Texas) Series 2007; (3) Bra-

zoria County Health Facilities De-

velopment Corporation Hospital

Revenue and Refunding Bonds (Br-

azosport Regional Health System)

Series 2012; and (4) COHFA's Hos-

pital Revenue Refunding Bonds

(Longmont United Hospital Project)

Series 2006B.

The Nebraska Projects are

owned or operated by Com-

monSpirit Health (formerly known

as Catholic Health Initiatives)

("CSH") or the Nebraska Affiliates.

The Nebraska Projects consist of

the financing or refinancing in the

amounts no greater than those

listed below of the costs of the ac-

quisition, construction, renovation

and installation of certain additions

and improvements to and equip-

ment in the amounts and at the

healthcare facilities described be-

low (including the related land,

parking garages, office buildings,

clinics, warehouses and other

buildings located on the campuses

identified below):

CHI Health St. Mary's (Nebraska

City): Up to $50,000,000 at the

campus, which is generally bor-

dered by Grundman Boulevard to

the north, S. 63rd St to the west,

Hwy 75 to the south and Bus 75 to

the east and identified by various

addresses including, but not limited

to1301 Grundman Blvd, Nebraska

City, and including, but not limited

to, a 110,000 (approximate) square

foot replacement hospital on the

campus;

CHI Health Saint Francis Medical

Center (Grand Island): Up to

$115,000,000 at the campus, which

is bordered generally by Faidley

Ave to the south, Orleans Dr to the

west, 10th Street to the north and

Howard Ave to the east, and identi-

fied by various addresses includ-

ing, but not limited to 2620 W.

Faidley Ave and 705 North Orleans

Dr, all in Grand Island;

Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical

Center (Lincoln): Up to

$100,000,000 at the campus, which

is bordered on the east by 70th St,

on the north by L St and identified

by various addresses including, but

not limited to 555 S. 70th St, Lin-

coln; and at the following clinic or

administrative locations operated

by Saint Elizabeth in Lincoln: up to

$1,000,000 at 7121 Stephanie Ln;

up to $500,000 at each of: 6850 "L"

St; 575 S. 70th St, Ste. 440; 7001 A

St Ste 200; 1601 N. 86th St, Ste

200; and 1240 Aries Dr, Ste A;

5000 N 26th St; and 7441 "O" St;

and up to $100,000 at each of: 245

S. 84th St; 8055 "O" St., Ste. 200;

1000 West "O" St.; 2200 S. 40th

St, Ste 104; 6930 "L" St; and 4501

S. 70th St;

CHI Health Nebraska Heart Hos-

pital (Lincoln): Up to $35,000,000

at the campus, which is bordered

generally by 91st St to the south

west, Heritage Lakes Dr to the

north and Andermatt Dr to the east

and identified by various addresses

including, but not limited to7500 S.

91st St, Lincoln;

CHI Health Good Samaritan Hos-

pital (Kearney): Up to $168,000,000

at the campus, which is generally

bordered by 31st St to the south,

33rd St to the north, 2nd Ave on

the west and Avenue A on the east

and identified by various addresses

including, but not limited to10 E.

31st St, Kearney; and up to

$100,000 at Richard H. Young lo-

cated at 1755 Prairie View Pl, Kear-

ney;

CHI Health Creighton University

Medical Center - Bergan Mercy

(Omaha): Up to $330,000,000 at

the campus, which is bordered

generally by 78th St, Mercy Road,

and 75th street (running north and

south), and identified by various

addresses including, but not limited

to7500 Mercy Road, Omaha;

CHI Health Immanuel (Omaha):

Up to $155,000,000 at the campus,

which is bordered on the west by

N. 72nd St, on the south by Sore-

nsen Pkwy, the east by N. 68th

Plaza and the north by a private

road (DeaconnessDr) and identified

by various addresses including, but

not limited to6901 N. 7nd St,

Omaha;

CHI Health Lakeside (Omaha): Up

to $95,000,000 at the campus,

which is bordered generally by

Lakeside Hills Ct to the north and

northeast and Lakeside Hills Plaza

to the west, south and south east

and identified by various addresses

including, but not limited

to16901-16909 Lakeside Hills Ct

and 17030 Lakeside Hills Plaza,

Omaha;

CHI Health Midlands (Papillion):

Up to $60,000,000 at the campus,

which is bordered generally by 84th

St/S. Washington St, to the west,

Morris Miller Blvd to the north, and

owned access roads to the east

and south and identified by various

addresses including, but not limited

to 11111 S. 84th St, Papillion;

CHI Health Schuyler (Schuyler):

Up to $2,000,000 at the campus,

which is bordered generally by 18th

St to the north,17th St to the south,

Banner St to the west and Hwy 15

to the east and identified by various

addresses including, but not limited

to104 W. 17th St, Schuyler;

CHI Health Clinic (Omaha): Up to

$10,000,000 at the campus located

at 42nd & L, 4220 L St, Omaha;

St. Francis Memorial Health Cen-

ter (Grand Island): Up to

$10,000,000 at the campus located

at 2116 West Faidley Avenue,

Grand Island;

CHI Health Plainview (Plainview):

Up to $500,000 at the campus lo-

cated at 704 N. 3rd St, Plainview;

Nebraska City Medical (Nebraska

City): Up to $500,000 at the cam-

pus located at 1700 14th St., Ne-

braska City;

CHI Health Creighton University

Medical Center - University Cam-

pus (Omaha): Up to $500,000 at

the campus located at 2412 Cum-

ing St, Omaha;

Saline Medical Specialties

(Crete): Up to $100,000 at the cam-

pus located at 969 E. Highway 33,

Crete; and

St Mary's Community Hospital

(Nebraska City): Up to $1,000,000

at the campus located at 1314

Third Ave, Nebraska City.

The remainder of the proceeds of

the Bonds is expected to be used

to finance, refinance, pay, or reim-

burse the costs of the additional

projects in other jurisdictions, de-

scribed below:

Colorado Projects

 

The projects in Colorado to be fi-

nanced or refinanced by the Bonds

(collectively, the "Colorado Proj-

ects") are owned or operated by

CSH, Catholic Health Initiatives

Colorado, Centura Health Corpora-

tion, CHI Living Communities,

Longmont United Hospital, and/or

or their subsidiaries or affiliates.

The Colorado Projects consist of

the financing or refinancing in the

amounts no greater than those

listed below of the costs of the ac-

quisition, construction, renovation

and installation of certain additions

and improvements to and equip-

ment and at the healthcare facilities

described below (including the re-

lated land, parking garages, office

buildings, clinics, warehouses and

other buildings located on the cam-

puses identified below), all in Colo-

rado:

Penrose Hospital (Colorado

Springs): Up to $138,000,000 at the

campus, which is bordered gener-

ally by E. Jackson St. on the north,

E. Madison St on the south, N. Ne-

vada on the east and N. Cascade

Ave on the west and is identified by

various addresses including, but

not limited to 2222, 2313 and 2202

N. Nevada Ave, Colorado Springs;

St. Francis Medical Center (Col-

orado Springs): Up to

$410,000,000 at the campus, which

is bordered generally by E. Wood-

man Rd on the north, Sisters Grove

on the east and south and N. Pow-

ers Blvd on the west and is identi-

fied by various addresses includ-

ing, but not limited to 6001 and

6011 E. Woodman Rd, Colorado

Springs;

St. Anthony Hospital (Lakewood):

Up to $415,000,000 at the campus,

which is bordered generally by W.

2nd Pl on the north, Routt St on the

east and Healing Way on the west

and south and is identified by vari-

ous addresses including, but not

limited to 11600, 11650, 11700 and

11750 W. 2nd Pl, Lakewood;

Mercy Regional Medical Center

(Durango): Up to $110,000,000 at

the campus, which is located at

1010 Three Springs Blvd, Durango;

St. Anthony North Health (Wes-

tminster) Up to $145,000,000 at the

campus, which is bordered gener-

ally by W. 144th Ave on the north,

I25 on the east, Orchard Pkwy on

the west and vacant land on the

south, and is identified by various

addresses including, but not limited

to 14300 Orchard Pkwy, and

400-500 W. 144th Ave, Westmin-

ster;

St. Anthony Summit Medical

Center (Frisco): Up to $78,000,000

at the campus, which is bordered

generally by Peak One Dr on the

north (which lies south of Hwy 9)

and the Blue River Bikeway on the

east, west and south and is identi-

fied by various addresses includ-

ing, but not limited to 340 and 350

Peak One Dr, Frisco;

St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center

(Pueblo): Up to $112,000,000 at the

campus, which is bordered gener-

ally by Lakeview Ave on the north,

E. Orman Ave on the east, Minne-

qua Ave on the south and Lake Ave

on the west and is identified by var-

ious addresses including, but not

limited to 1008 Minnequa Ave,

Pueblo;

St. Thomas More Hospital (Ca-

non City): Up to $37,000,000 at the

campus, which is bordered gener-

ally by Phay Ave on the north, 15th

Street on the east, a residential

area on the south and Yale Place

on the west, and is identified by

various addresses including, but

not limited to 1338 Phay Avenue,

Canon City;

Longmont United Hospital

(Longmont): Up to $50,000,000 at

the campus, which is bordered

generally by Mountain View Ave to

the south, Stuart Street to the west,

14th Ave to the north and Tulip St

to the east and is identified by vari-

ous addresses, including but not

limited to 1950 Mountain View Ave,

Longmont;

84th Avenue Neighborhood

Health Center (Westminster) Up to

$40,000,000 at the campus, which

is bordered generally by N Bryant

St. and vacant land to the west of

N Bryant St. on the west, W 84th

Ave. on the south, Alcott St. and

vacant land to the east and Alcott

St. and vacant land to the north,

and is identified by various ad-

dresses including, but not limited to

2551 W. 84th Ave and 8510 N.

Bryan St, Westminster;

Up to $50,000 at each of St. An-

thony Copper Mountain Medical

Clinic, 860 Copper Rd, Copper

Mountain; St. Anthony Brecken-

ridge Community Clinic Emergency

Center, 555 S. Park Ave, Plaza II,

Breckenridge; and St. Anthony

Keystone Clinic, 1252 Co Rd 8,

Keystone;

Up to $3,000,000 at Namaste

Alzheimer's Center, 2 Penrose

Blvd, Colorado Springs; and

Up to $5,000,000 at the Meridian

Building, 11045 East Lansing Cir-

cle, Englewood.

Iowa Projects

 

The projects in Iowa to be fi-

nanced or refinanced by the Bonds

(collectively, the "Iowa Projects")

are owned or operated by CSH;

CHI Living Communities; St. Jo-

seph's Mercy Hospital, Centerville,

Iowa; Alegent Health - Community

Memorial Hospital of Missouri Val-

ley, Iowa; Alegent Health - Mercy

Hospital, Corning, Iowa; and/or or

their subsidiaries or affiliates. The

Iowa Projects consist of the fi-

nancing or refinancing in the

amounts no greater than those

listed below of the costs of the ac-

quisition, construction, renovation

and installation of certain additions

and improvements to and equip-

ment in the amounts and at the

healthcare facilities described be-

low (including the related land,

parking garages, office buildings,

clinics, warehouses and other

buildings located on the campuses

identified below), all in Iowa:

CHI Health Mercy Council Bluffs

(Council Bluffs): Up to $50,000,000

at the campus, which is bordered

on the west and north by Harmony

St, the south by East Kanesville

Blvd, and the east by N Broadway

St and identified by various ad-

dresses including, but not limited to

800 Mercy Rd, Council Bluffs;

CHI Health Mercy Corning (Cor-

ning): Up to $15,000,000 at the

campus, which is bordered gener-

ally by 8th St to the north and Ro-

sary Dr to the east and identified by

various addresses including, but

not limited to 603 Rosary Dr, Corn-

ing;

CHI Health Missouri Valley (Mi-

ssouri Valley): Up to $5,000,000 at

the campus, which is bordered

generally by Maple St to the north,

N. 8th St to the east, E. Linn St to

the south and N. 6th St to the West

and is identified by various ad-

dresses including, but not limited

to, 631 N. 8th St, Missouri Valley;

and

Up to $1,000,000 at Bishop

Drumm located at 5837

WinwoodDr, Johnston.

Kansas Projects

 

The projects in Kansas to be fi-

nanced or refinanced by the Bond-

s(collectively, the "Kansas Proj-

ects") are owned or operated by

CSH, St. Catherine Hospital or their

subsidiaries and affiliates and con-

sist of the financing or refinancing

up to $70,000,000 for the acquisi-

tion, construction, renovation, re-

modeling and equipping of the St.

Catherine Hospital campus, bor-

dered generally by E. Walnut St on

the north, N. 4th St on the east, E.

Spruce St. on the south and N. 6th

St on the west and identified by

various addresses including, but

not limited to 401 E. Spruce St,

Garden City, Kansas.

Minnesota Projects

 

The projects in Minnesota to be

financed or refinanced by the

Bonds (collectively, the

"Minnesota Projects") are owned

or operated by CSH, St. Francis

Home, St. Francis Medical Center,

Alverna Apartments, St. Joseph's

Area Health Services, Unity Family

Healthcare, and/or their affiliates or

subsidiaries. The Minnesota Proj-

ects consist of the financing or refi-

nancing in the amounts no greater

than those listed below of the costs

of the acquisition, construction,

renovation and installation of cer-

tain additions and improvements to

and equipment in the amounts and

at the healthcare facilities de-

scribed below (including the related

land, parking garages, office build-

ings, clinics, warehouses and other

buildings located on the campuses

identified below), all in Minnesota:

Unity Family Healthcare dba CHI

St. Gabriel's Health (Little Falls):

Up to $40,000,000 at the campus,

which is bordered generally by

Third St SE to the east, First St SE

to the west, Seventh Ave SE to the

north and Eighth Ave SE to the

south, and is identified by various

addresses including, but not limited

to, 811 and 815 Second Street SE,

and 808 Third Street SE, all in Little

Falls;

Up to $100,000 at Alverna Apart-

ments, 300 8th Ave SE, Little Falls;

CHI St. Joseph's Health (Park

Rapids): Up to $20,000,000 at the

campus, which is bordered gener-

ally by Pleasant Ave S to the east,

a residential alley to the west, 6th

Street W to the north and 8th

Street W to the south, and is identi-

fied by various addresses includ-

ing, but not limited to 600 Pleasant

Ave S, Park Rapids; and

CHI St Francis Health and St.

Francis Home (Breckenridge): Up

to $40,000,000 at the campus,

which is bordered generally by Hwy

75 to the west and Cty Rd 16 to the

north, and is identified by various

addresses including, but not limited

to 2400 St Francis Dr, Brecken-

ridge.

Ohio Projects

 

The projects in Ohio to be fi-

nanced or refinanced by the Bonds

(collectively, the "Ohio Projects")

are owned or operated by CSH,

Samaritan Health Partners, Tri

Health, Inc., or The Good Samari-

tan Hospital of Cincinnati, Ohio, St.

Clare Commons, and/or their sub-

sidiaries or affiliates. The Ohio Proj-

ects consist of the financing or refi-

nancing in the amounts no greater

than those listed below of the costs

of the acquisition, construction,

renovation and installation of cer-

tain additions and improvements to

and equipment in the amounts and

at the healthcare facilities de-

scribed below (including the related

land, parking garages, office build-

ings, clinics, warehouses and other

buildings located on the campuses

identified below), all located in

Ohio:

Good Samaritan Hospital (Cinci-

nnati): Up to $180,000,000 at the

campus, which is bordered by

Dixmyth Ave to the north, Clifton

Ave to the east and an access

driveway to the south and is identi-

fied by various addresses includ-

ing, but not limited to 375 Dixmyth

Ave and 3219 Clifton Ave, Cincin-

nati;

Good Samaritan Western Ridge

(Cincinnati): Up to $2,000,000 at

the ambulatory care center, which

is located at 6949 Good Samaritan

Dr, Cincinnati; and

Up to $35,000,000 at St. Clare

Commons, 12469 Five Points Rd,

Perrysburg.

Oregon Projects

 

The projects in Oregon to be fi-

nanced or refinanced by the Bond-

s(collectively, the "Oregon Proj-

ects") are owned or operated by

CSH, Mercy Medical Center, Inc.,

CHI Living Communities, Centen-

nial Medical Group, Inc., St. An-

thony Hospital; and/or their subsid-

iaries or affiliates. The Oregon Proj-

ects consist of the financing or refi-

nancing in the amounts no greater

than those listed below of the costs

of the acquisition, construction,

renovation and installation of cer-

tain additions and improvements to

and equipment in the amounts and

at the healthcare facilities de-

scribed below (including the related

land, parking garages, office build-

ings, clinics, warehouses and other

buildings located on the campuses

identified below), all located in Ore-

gon:

St. Anthony Hospital (Pendleton):

Up to $85,000,000 at the campus,

which is bordered generally by St.

Anthony Way to the south, SW Per-

kins Ave to the north, SW 24th to

the east, Pendleton-John Day 395

Hwy "Southgate" to the west, and

identified by various addresses in-

cluding, but not limited to 2801 St.

Anthony Way & 3001 St. Anthony

Way, all in Pendleton;

Mercy Medical Center (Ros-

eburg): Up to $65,000,000 at the

campus which is generally bor-

dered by Van Pelt Boulevard and

Linus Lane to the North, Van Pelt

Boulevard and Medical Park Drive

to the West, Emergency Access

Road to the east, and Stewart

Parkway to the South, including

hospital, land, clinics and medical

offices buildings and identified by

various addresses including, but

not limited to, 2700, 28800, 2300,

2400, 2475, 2480 and 2460 Stewart

Parkway, 272, 320, 340, 341, 201,

277, 171 Medical Loop Road, and

2405, 2508 and 2580 Medical Park

Drive; and

Up to $10,000,000 at Linus Oaks,

located at 2665 NW Van Pelt Blvd,

Roseburg.

Texas Projects

 

The projects in Texas to be fi-

nanced or refinanced by the Bond-

s(collectively, the "Texas Proj-

ects") are owned, operated, or

managed by CSH, CHI St. Luke's

Health System Corporation, Baylor

St. Luke's Health Ventures, Baylor

St. Luke's Medical Group, East

Texas Clinical Services, Memorial

Health System of East Texas, Me-

morial Hospital of Polk County,

Memorial Medical Center - San Au-

gustine, Memorial Multispecialty

Associates, Pineywoods Medical

Development Corporation, The

Community Hospital of Brazosport,

Brazosport Regional Physician Ser-

vices, CHI St. Luke's Baylor Col-

lege of Medicine Medical Center,

The Texas Heart Institute at St.

Luke's Episcopal Hospital, St.

Luke's Community Development

Corporation-The Woodlands, St.

Luke's Community Development

Corporation-Sugar Land; St. Luke's

Community Health Services, St.

Luke's Properties Corporation,St.

Joseph Services Corporation, St.

Joseph Regional Health Center, St.

Joseph Physician Associates, St.

Joseph Regional Health Partners,

and/or one or more of their subsidi-

aries or affiliates. The Texas Proj-

ects consist of the financing or refi-

nancing in the amounts no greater

than those listed below of the costs

of the acquisition, construction,

renovation and installation of cer-

tain additions and improvements to

and equipment in the amounts and

at the healthcare facilities de-

scribed below (including the related

land, parking garages, office build-

ings, clinics, warehouses and other

buildings located on the campuses

identified below), all located in

Texas:

CHI St Luke's Health - The

Woodlands (The Woodlands): Up to

$150,000,000 at the campus, which

is bordered generally by I-45 on the

east, College Park/242 to the north

and St. Luke's Way to the

west/south and is identified by vari-

ous addresses including, but not

limited to17200 St Luke's Way, The

Woodlands;

CHI St Luke's Health - Sugar

Land Hospital (Sugar Land): Up to

$110,000,000 at the campus, which

is bordered generally by Lake

Pointe Pkwy to the west, Creekway

Dr to the north and Oyster Creek to

the east, and is identified by vari-

ous addresses including, but not

limited to1317 Lake Pointe Pkwy in

Sugar Land;

CHI St. Joseph Health Regional

Hospital (Bryan): Up to

$45,000,000 at the campus, which

is bordered generally by the

2500/2600 block of E. 29th St to

the north, 2700 block of Kent St to

the south, 1400 block of Memorial

Dr to the east, 2200/2300 block of

E. Villa Maria to the west, and is

identified by various addresses in-

cluding, but not limited to2801

Franciscan Dr, 2600 Osler Blvd,

2700 Koch St, and De Lee St, all in

Bryan;

CHI St Joseph Health (College

Station): Up to $5,000,000 at CHI

St Joseph Health Express Care,

4421 Hwy 6 South, College Station;

and up to $15,000,000 at CHI St

Joseph Health College Station

Emergency Center, 4411 Hwy 6

South, College Station;

Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center

(Houston): Up to $375,000,000 at

the campus, which is bordered

generally by Cambridge St to the

east, Old Spanish Trail to the

south, West Rd to the west, and

Butler Ave to the north, and is iden-

tified by various addresses includ-

ing, but not limited to7200 Cam-

bridge St and 1977 Butler Ave, all

in Houston;

CHI St. Luke's Health - Memorial

(Lufkin): Up to $65,000,000 at the

campus, which is bordered gener-

ally by West Frank Ave to the north,

Ellis Ave to the south, South Frank-

lin St to the west and North Bynum

to the east and is identified by vari-

ous addresses including, but not

limited to1201 W. Frank Ave, Luf-

kin;

CHI St. Luke's Health - Memorial

Livingston (Livingston): Up to

$75,000,000 at the campus, which

is bordered generally by US-59

Loop N and West Park Road to the

north and south and is identified by

various addresses including, but

not limited to1717 Hwy 59 Bypass,

Livingston;

CHI St. Luke's Health Memorial

San Augustine (San Augustine):

Up to $5,000,000 at the campus,

bordered generally by Hospital St E

to the south, High School Dr to the

north, Rocky Dr to the west, Milam

St to the east and identified by vari-

ous addresses including, but not

limited to511 East Hospital St, San

Augustine; and

CHI St. Luke's Health Brazosport

(Brazosport): Up to $20,000,000 at

the campus, which is bordered

generally by Canna Ln to the south,

Oak Dr South to the north, Medical

Dr to the east and 92 Lake Rd to

the west and identified by various

addresses including, but not limited

to 208, 215-217 Oak Drive South,

100-140 Medical Drive, 194 Abner

Jackson Pkwy and 200 Lake Road,

all in Lake Jackson.

The System reserves the right to

allocate and reallocate the pro-

ceeds of the Bonds to any of the

locations set forth in this notice,

notwithstanding the dollar amounts

set forth herein.

The Bonds will be the limited ob-

ligations of COHFA, payable solely

from the revenues pledged there-

for. The Bonds will not constitute

an indebtedness or charge against

the general credit of COHFA, the

Authority or the States of Nebraska

or Colorado. The full faith and

credit of the States of Nebraska or

Colorado or any political subdivi-

sion thereof will not be pledged to

the payment of the Bonds. The Au-

thority will not issue the Bonds, nor

will the Authority or the State of

Nebraska have any liability with re-

spect to the Bonds or the sale or

offering thereof.

The Authority will consider the in-

formation obtained at the public

hearing and take appropriate action

that it may deem warranted, in-

cluding submission of a transcript

of the hearing to the Secretary of

State, the designated elected offi-

cial who must approve or disap-

prove pursuant to Section 147(f) of

the Internal Revenue Code of 1986,

as amended.

All interested persons are invited

to attend and to present comments

at the public hearing (or, prior to

the time of the hearing, submit writ-

ten comments to the Authority at

the address below) concerning the

issuance of the Bonds and the pur-

poses therefor. Persons requiring

an accommodation consistent with

the Americans with Disabilities Act

are asked to contact Sheila Gans at

the Authority at (402) 434-3900 at

least 48 hours in advance of the

meeting. For additional information,

contact Christie Weston, Deputy

Director, Nebraska Investment Fi-

nance Authority at (402) 434-3900.

This notice is intended to comply

with the public notice requirements

of Section 147(f) of the Internal

Revenue Code of 1986.

Christie Weston

Deputy Director

Nebraska Investment Finance

Authority

200 Commerce Court

1230 "O" Street

Lincoln, NE 68508

ZNEZ Je8,t1

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

STATE OF NEBRASKA )

) SS:

COUNTY OF BUFFALO )

Notice is hereby given that by vir-

tue of a Distress Warrant issued by

Jean Sidwell, Buffalo County

Treasurer, for taxes owed by LOU

ANN CARROLL, on personal prop-

erty,

I have levied on the following de-

scribed property of said LOU ANN

CARROLL:

1) 1973 NEW MOON 14'x70'

Mobile Home

(VIN #XGB229781)

 

The property is currently located:

4140 Hwy. 30, Elm Creek, NE

68836

and will be offered for sale to the

highest bidder for cash subject to

prior encumbrances.

Said sale to be held at 9:00 a.m.

on the 20th day of June 2019 at the

East door of the Courthouse, City

of Kearney, Buffalo County, Ne-

braska.

Said sale to be held open one

half-hour. Certificate of credit due

at beginning of sale for bid to be

accepted.

Dated this 30th day of May, 2019

Neil A. Miller,

Buffalo County Sheriff

Deputy Jake Valentine #90921

ZNEZ Je8,15

NOTICE

Kearney, Nebraska

May 28, 2019

 

Pastor Kent Sundberg provided

the Invocation. Two Boy Scouts

from Troop 136, One Boy Scout

from Troop 158, One Girl Scout

from Troop 670 and One Girl Scout

From Troop 610 led the Council

Members and audience in the

Pledge of Allegiance. Mayor Clouse

announced that in accordance with

Section 84-1412 of the Nebraska

Revised Statutes, a current copy of

the Open Meetings Act is available

for review and is posted on the wall

of the Council Chambers. Stanley

A. Clouse, President of the Council,

called a regular meeting of the City

Council to order on May 28, 2019

at 5:30 p.m. with the following

Council Members responding to

roll call: Bruce Lear, Tami James

Moore, and Jonathan Nikkila. Ab-

sent: Randy Buschkoetter. City

Clerk recorded the minutes. Ad-

ministrative personnel were also

present. Notice of the meeting had

been given according to law.

Mayor Clouse welcomed Eliza-

beth Chentland and Cassie Bailey

and issued a Proclamation for

Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness

Month for the month of June.

Mayor Clouse welcomed Shawna

Erbsen, Director of Administrative

Services, to introduce City of Kear-

ney Employee Council and presen-

ted a donation to Family Advocacy

Network (FAN) in the amount of

$2,500.00

There was no Unfinished Busi-

ness.

Public Hearings:

1. Council, by majority vote,

Buschkoetter absent, further post-

poned until June 11, 2019 the ap-

plication submitted by Danny

Starostka for Starostka Group Un-

limited to rezone from District AG,

Agricultural District to District

R-2/PD, Urban Residential Mixed-

-Density/Planned Development

Overlay District for property de-

scribed as a tract of land located in

part of the North Half of the North-

east Quarter of Section 31, Town-

ship 9 North, Range 15 West of the

6th P.M., Buffalo County, Nebraska

(East of Avenue V, West of Avenue

X, North of 36th Street).

2. Council, by majority vote,

Buschkoetter absent, further post-

poned until June 11, 2019 the ap-

plication submitted by Danny

Starostka for Starostka Group Un-

limited for the Final Plat and Subdi-

vision Agreement for Millennial Es-

tates Third Addition, an addition to

the City of Kearney, Buffalo

County, Nebraska, for property de-

scribed as a tract of land located in

part of the North Half of the North-

east Quarter of Section 31, Town-

ship 9 North, Range 15 West of the

6th P.M., Buffalo County, Nebraska

(East of Avenue V, West of Avenue

X, North of 36th Street).

3. Council, by majority vote,

Buschkoetter absent, further post-

poned until June 11, 2019 the ap-

plication submitted by Danny

Starostka for Starostka Group Un-

limited for the annexation of Millen-

nial Estates Third Addition, an addi-

tion to the City of Kearney, Buffalo

County, Nebraska, for property de-

scribed as a tract of land located in

part of the North Half of the North-

east Quarter of Section 31, Town-

ship 9 North, Range 15 West of the

6th P.M., Buffalo County, Nebraska

(East of Avenue V, West of Avenue

X, North of 36th Street).

4. Council, by majority vote,

Buschkoetter absent, further post-

poned until June 11, 2019 the ap-

plication submitted by Danny

Starostka for Starostka Group Un-

limited for Planned District Devel-

opment Plan Approval for con-

struction of a subdivision on prop-

erty to be zoned District R-2/PD,

Urban Residential Mixed-Dens-

ity/Planned Development Overlay

District and described as a tract of

land located in part of the North

Half of the Northeast Quarter of

Section 31, Township 9 North,

Range 15 West of the 6th P.M.,

Buffalo County, Nebraska (East of

Avenue V, West of Avenue X, North

of 36th Street).

Consent Agenda:

By majority vote, Buschkoetter

absent, the following items were

approved:

1. Minutes of Regular Meeting

held May 14, 2019.

2. C L A I M S

PS - Personnel Services

SMCS - Supplies, Materials &

Contractual Services

ER - Equipment Rental

CO - Capital Outlay

DS - Debt Service

1000bulbs.com $248.09 smcs;

4Imprint $890.12 smcs;

5.11tactical.com $59.49 smcs;

ABPA $75.00 smcs; Ace Irrigation

$90.00 smcs; Adobe $29.99 smcs;

Advanced Auto $11.22 smcs; Ad-

venture Enterprise $600.00 smcs;

Agent Fee $60.00 smcs; Al Tec

$397.84 smcs; All Makes Auto

$421.09 smcs; Ally B Designs

$50.00 smcs; Amazon $6,062.87

smcs,co; American $2.90 smcs;

American Red Cross $121.94

smcs; Andersen Wrecking $40.00

smcs; Andersen,J $468.99 smcs;

Anderson Brothers $736.41 smcs;

Anderson,A $17.01 smcs; Any-

thingtruck.com $779.35 smcs; ARC

$1,202.00 smcs; Arrowhead

Scientific $300.61 smcs; ASCAP

$359.64 smcs; Ask Supply $679.23

smcs; Assn Threat Assessment

$125.00 smcs; Aurora Coop

$678.88 smcs; B&H Photo $109.93

co; Badgeandwallet.com $257.00

smcs; Baird Holm $5,240.00 smcs;

Baker & Taylor $5,594.84 smcs;

Bamford $125.00 smcs; Big Red

Auto Glass $1,060.62 smcs; Bizs

Link $47.98 smcs; Blackstone Au-

dio $425.20 smcs; BlueCross Blu-

eShield $123,512.40 smcs;

Boersma,C $42.79 smcs;

Boogaarts $5.98 smcs; Bosselman

$38,446.99 smcs; Broadfoot's

$2,304.00 smcs; Brush,J $354.60

smcs; BSN Sports $918.62 smcs;

Bucky's Express $50.00 smcs; Buf-

falo Co. Treasurer $15.38 co; Buf-

falo Outdoor Power $1,641.72

smcs,co; Buggy Bath $77.35 smcs;

Builders $503.77 smcs,co; Burke,H

$30.70 smcs; Cabela's $305.55

smcs; Canva $3.00 smcs;

Carid.com $462.00 smcs; Carquest

$610.16 smcs; Cash Wa $1,373.84

smcs; CCI Solutions $224.03 smcs;

Cecilia Land Holdings $17,046.69

smcs; Center Point Publishing

$75.96 smcs; Central Hydraulic

$15.80 smcs; Central NE Bobcat

$3,071.47 smcs; Charter $694.19

smcs; Chemsearch $305.00 smcs;

Chesterman Company $2,181.70

smcs; Chi-Bo Admin $2,226.50

smcs; Chicken Coop $50.00 smcs;

Christensen,C $48.00 smcs; Cintas

$389.44 smcs; City of Ky

$11,087.58 ps; City of Ky

$7,222.70 smcs, co; Coldspring

$268.07 smcs; Comfort Inn

$250.00 smcs; Commonwealth

Electric $879.27 co; Conoco

$38.21 smcs; Construction Rental

$2,227.91 smcs; Control Yours

$200.00 smcs; Copycat $1,997.40

smcs; Core & Main $1,958.10

smcs; Cracker Barrel $280.97

smcs; Crouch Recreation

$1,405.00 smcs; Crowd Control

Store $906.16 smcs; Culligan

$262.41 smcs; Cummins $185.19

smcs; Custom Cornhole Boards

$778.24 smcs; Custom Products

$1,304.20 smcs; Custom Rental

$188.58 smcs; Dawson Public

Power $20,587.65 smcs; Dell

$4,300.06 smcs,co; Demco

$1,114.94 smcs; Depository Trust

Co $164,978.75 ds; Dero Bike

Racks $48.00 smcs; Dickies $54.10

smcs; Direct Drives $1,349.09

smcs; Dish $212.10 smcs; Divas

Floral $140.00 smcs; Dowhy Tow-

ing $585.00 smcs; Doyle, Lucas

$16.59 smcs; DPC Industries

$12,771.09 smcs; Dreamstime.com

$50.00 smcs; Dunkin $39.96 smcs;

Durre,A $60.00 smcs;

Dutton-Lainson $3.76 smcs; Eagle

Distributing $493.50 smcs; Eakes

$1,844.39 smcs; Ecolab $80.26

smcs; Eggen,M $27.39 smcs; Ehr-

lich-Rentokil $102.00 smcs; Ei-

leen's Cookie $84.75 smcs; Electric

Transportation $92,710.00 co;

Electronic Systems $60.00 smcs;

Elliott Equipment $169.23 smcs;

EMC Insurance $23,532.81 smcs;

Eyemed $867.09 smcs; Facebook

$18.70 smcs; Fairfield Inn $253.68

smcs; Family Advocacy $2,290.00

smcs; Family Practice $1,211.00

ps; Fastenal $586.82 smcs; Fedex

$79.81 smcs; Fiddelke Heating

$3,860.00 smcs; Flaherty,T

$387.00 smcs; Fred Pryor $384.00

smcs; Friesen Chevrolet $165.75

smcs; Frontier $276.57 smcs; Gale

Research $41.99 smcs; Galeton

$730.24 smcs; Galls $1,357.05

smcs, ps; Garrett Tires $6,934.96

smcs; Global Industrial $237.13

smcs; Gohse,A $12.03 smcs;

Grainger $878.83 smcs; Grand Is-

land Physical $180.00 ps; Gray,K

$33.46 smcs; Grey House Publish-

ing $203.95 smcs; Hach $820.84

smcs; Harbor Freight Tools $6.39

smcs; Harrahs Resort $101.40

smcs; Hawk,C $21.02 smcs; Heat-

er,T $16.46 smcs; Hireright $56.85

smcs; Hobby-Lobby $397.42

smcs; Hoesing, Brent $27.16 smcs;

Holmes Supply $664.25 smcs,co;

Hy-Vee $590.14 smcs; ICMA Re-

tirement $6,083.29 ps; Idexx Distri-

bution $1,359.88 smcs; Indi-

gowater $100.00 smcs; Int'l Assn

Fire Chiefs $695.00 smcs; In-

voicehome.com $5.00 smcs; IRS

$164,239.10 ps; Jack Lederman

$542.08 smcs; Jack's Uniforms

$337.73 smcs; Johnstone Supply

$89.99 smcs; Kart-Man $3,964.02

smcs; Ky Ace $695.53 smcs; Ky

Concrete $10,788.51 smcs,co; Ky

Crete & Block $448.00 co; Ky Hub

$4,609.34 smcs; KyPowersport

$450.05 smcs; Ky Tire & Auto

$577.32 smcs; Ky Volunteer Fire

$219.82 smcs; KyWinlectric

$2,924.05 smcs; KyWinnelson

$397.84 smcs; Kelly Supply

$2,004.23 smcs; Kewanna Screen

Printing $1,197.20 smcs; Kimball

Midwest $356.30 smcs; Kolling,T

$55.46 smcs; Konica Minolta

$547.23 smcs; Landmark Imple-

ment $2,267.54 smcs; Lano,A

$33.00 smcs; Lanoha Nurseries

$81.23 smcs; Larson Systems

$3,328.16 smcs; Law Enforcement

$1,050.00 smcs; Leach,C $102.04

smcs; Lerner Publishing $1,310.39

smcs; Libraryworks.com $49.00

smcs; Lincoln Tent $100.00 smcs;

Lindner,L $135.00 smcs; LMC

Truck $152.38 smcs; Lockmobile

$6.60 smcs; Logan Contractors

$2,268.36 co; Lour,A $9.55 smcs;

LPS-Design $99.00 smcs; Mac-

queen Equipment $2,720.75 smcs;

Marlatt Machine $1,709.40 smcs;

Masters True Value $293.80 smcs;

Matheson $202.78 smcs; McDon-

ald's $51.66 smcs; Menards

$5,898.62 smcs; Mercy House

$500.00 smcs; Merryman Per-

forming Arts $73.07 smcs; Michael

Todd $1,344.00 smcs; Microsoft

$640.94 co; Midwest Connect

$801.93 smcs; Miller Signs $102.00

smcs; Millsap,K $327.53 smcs;

Mirror Image $100.00 smcs; Mitch-

ell Instrument $527.12 smcs;

Mohr,T $56.17 smcs; Moonlight

Embroidery $488.75 smcs; Mouser

Electronics $77.11 smcs; Mueller

Sprinklers $12,258.30 co; Munici-

pal Supply $3,538.59 smcs,co;

Murphy Tractor $4,960.19 smcs;

NASRO $385.00 smcs; NE Child

Support Pmt $2,448.89 ps; NE

Crane $878.16 smcs; NE Dept En-

vironmental $312,302.03 smcs,ds;

NE Dept of Revenue $51,004.83

smcs; NE DOL/Boiler $90.00 smcs;

NE Golf Course $125.00 smcs; NE

Library Assn $90.00 smcs; NE Pub-

lic Health $174.00 smcs; NE Truck

Center $892.04 smcs; Nebras-

kaland Distributors $1,722.70

smcs; Newark US $50.02 smcs;

Nielsen Contracting $32,248.75 co;

Nivel Parts $238.67 smcs; North

Shore Door Parts $144.26 smcs;

Northern Safety $182.25 smcs;

Northern Tool $294.98 smcs;

Northgate Veterinary $212.50

smcs; Northwestern Energy

$4,639.75 smcs; NSF Ticket Office

$660.00 smcs; Oak Creek Engi-

neering $3,993.70 co; OCLC

$736.83 smcs; Office Depot

$323.33 smcs; Office Max

$2,121.29 smcs; Officenet $413.29

smcs; Orr,L $100.00 smcs;

Orscheln $961.77 smcs; OTC

Brands $94.54 smcs; Otterbox

$7.37 smcs; Paperworks.com

$236.57 smcs; Paramount $234.43

smcs; Parallels $52.74 smcs;

Pedalboat.com $487.08 co;

Penworthy Co. $613.27 smcs;

Petsmart $58.95 smcs; Pitney

Bowes $1,000.00 smcs; Platinum

Awards $47.30 smcs; Platte Valley

Auto Mart $854.28 smcs; Platte

Valley Comm $44.25 smcs; Plixer

$1,299.00 smcs; Police Technical

$450.00 smcs; Positive Promotions

$31.91 smcs; Pospaper.com

$152.85 smcs; Pot O'Gold $230.00

smcs; Presto-X $232.23 smcs; Pro-

active Sports $1,880.58 smcs;

Pro-tint $450.00 smcs; Provantage

$696.95 smcs; Pump & Pantry

$37.22 smcs; Qdoba $11.00 smcs;

Quill $1,237.68 smcs; Ramada Inn

$157.66 smcs; Rayallen.com

$55.96 co; Ready Mixed Concrete

$1,402.25 co; Reams $256.98

smcs; Recorded Books $299.16

smcs; Redbox $5.62 smcs; Riv-

ershore Reading Store $439.00

smcs; Rochewski,J $24.19 smcs;

Rushmore Hotel $725.00 smcs;

S&J Construction $23,218.00 co;

Safety Products $56.93 smcs;

Sapp Brothers $18,582.48 smcs;

Sayler Screenprint $1,118.00 smcs;

Schneider,A $39.62 smcs;

Sciachitano,D $1.99 smcs; See

Clear Cleaning $350.00 smcs;

Sherwin Williams $942.52 smcs;

Sigma Aldrich $613.90 smcs;

Simpson,L $93.75 smcs; Sirchie

Finger $75.24 smcs; Siteone Land-

scape $139.83 smcs; Skillpath

$432.12 smcs; Stagecoach $35.31

smcs; Steinbrink's $6,129.99 smcs;

Strategic Insights $725.00 smcs;

Strategic Materials $456.32 smcs;

Straight Line Striping $4,351.95

smcs; Sunbelt $1,352.15 smcs;

Superion $100.00 smcs; Sup-

plyworks $1,387.75 smcs; Target

$201.67 smcs; The Hollands

$600.00 smcs; Titan Machinery

$147.01 smcs; Tractor Supply

$1,194.65 smcs,co; Trade Well Pal-

lets $1,700.00 smcs; Travel Insured

$306.00 smcs; Travelocity $606.38

smcs; Tri Co Glass $12.81 smcs;

Tri-Cities Group $671.67 smcs; TS

Auto Glass $34.00 smcs; Tucker

Hunter $275.42 smcs; TVH Parts

$540.52 smcs; Union Bank & Trust

$80,124.07 ps; Unique Manage-

ment $205.85 smcs; United

$2,468.54 smcs; UNL Athletic

$2,715.00 smcs; UPS $27.95

smcs; USA Blue Book $976.66

smcs; USA Communications

$154.95 smcs; USDA-APHIS

$85.00 smcs; USPS $328.78 smcs;

Van Diest $9,132.11 smcs; Van

Dyke,D $1,700.00 smcs; Verizon

$6,782.46 smcs; Vernon Library

$1,216.99 smcs; Waggoner Plumb-

ing $561.00 smcs; Wagner,C

$3,170.00 smcs; Waldinger

$301.15 smcs; Wal-Mart $1,762.09

smcs; Walters Electric $120.00

smcs; Walters-Morgan Const.

$344,620.65 co; Warnell,C $9.27

smcs; Warrington,D $240.00 smcs;

Waytek $325.98 smcs; Web-

staurant Store $184.37 smcs; Wells

Fargo $78,378.80 ds; Whentowork

$240.00 smcs; Williamson-Dickie

$49.20 smcs; WorkbootsUSA

$193.39 smcs; World Herald

$99.95 smcs; World Theatre $26.00

smcs; WPCI $581.00 ps; Yellow

Van Cleaning $310.00 smcs; Zagg

$5.99 smcs; Zero Waste $742.90

smcs; Zieglerwld $29.99 smcs;

Zoro Tools $76.11 smcs; Payroll

Ending 5/11/2019 -- $498,012.38.

The foregoing schedule of claims is

published in accordance with Sec-

tion 19-1102 of the Revised Stat-

utes of Nebraska, and is published

at an expense of $104.60 to the

City of Kearney.

3. Receive recommendations of

Planning Commission and set June

11, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. as date and

time for hearing on those applica-

tions where applicable.

4. Approve the recommendation

from the Development Services Di-

vision on the annual renewal of the

following manufactured home court

licenses until May 31, 2020: Re-

strictions Permit Applications as

follows: (a) Countryside Mobile

Park, 1920 15th Avenue; (b) Merri-

weather Mobile Home Village, 914

West 17th Street; (c) Rodeo Court,

2414 West 24th Street; (d) R-Villa

East, 2500, 2719, 2803 West 24th

Street; (e) R-Villa West, 2500, 2719,

2803 West 24th Street; (f) R-Villa

South, 2500, 2719, 2803 West 24th

Street; (g) Valley View Mobile Home

Court, 2701 and 2801 Grand Ave-

nue; and (h) Villa Park, 2703 West

24th Street.

5. Authorize the Mayor to send a

letter of no recommendation to the

Nebraska Liquor Control Commis-

sion on the manager application for

Grant Wakefield submitted by

Kearney Country Club located at

2800 19th Avenue in connection

with their Class C-009051 liquor li-

cense.

6. Authorize the Mayor to send a

letter of no recommendation to the

Nebraska Liquor Control Commis-

sion on the Class IK-123077 liquor

license application and manager

application for Tobby Wetmore

submitted by PepperJax Develop-

ment LLC dba The Cellar Home-

town Bar & Grill located at 3901

2nd Avenue.

7. Adopt Resolution No. 2019-83

approving Change Order No. 1 re-

questing an extension to the com-

pletion date to finalize installation,

Change Order No. 2 showing an in-

crease in the amount of $73,286.00

(additional water main at Patriot

Park) and Application and Certifi-

cate for Payment No. 2 in the

amount of $402,490.93 submitted

by Midlands Contracting, Inc. and

approved by Miller & Associates for

2019 Part 1 Improvements; Younes

Center Sixth Addition for the con-

struction of water and sewer infra-

structure (Bid A).

8. Adopt Resolution No. 2019-84

approving Application and Certifi-

cate for Payment No. 1 in the

amount of $35,978.40 submitted by

Dan Roeder Concrete, Inc. and ap-

proved by Miller & Associates for

2019 Part 1 Improvements; Younes

Center Sixth in connection with

Paving Improvement District Nos.

2019-996 and 2019-997 (Bid B).

9. Adopt Resolution No. 2019-85

approving Change Order No. 4

showing a decrease in the amount

of $10,275.64 and a change to in-

crease the contract time originally

established, Application and Certif-

icate for Payment No. 13-Final in

the amount of $136,494.32 and ac-

cept the Certificate of Substantial

Completion submitted by Blessing,

LLC and approved by Miller & As-

sociates for the 2016 Part 3 Im-

provements for 56th Street from

4th Avenue to 19th Avenue and

17th Avenue from 50th Street to

west City limits; AND 2013 Part 10

Improvements for Talmadge Street

from 2nd Avenue to 4th Avenue.

10. Adopt Resolution No.

2019-86 approving Application and

Certificate for Payment No. 1 in the

amount of $167,322.60 submitted

by Dan Roeder Concrete and ap-

proved by Miller & Associates for

2018 Part 1 Improvements for the

extension of 17th Street infra-

structure, approximately 550 feet

east of N Avenue continuing east to

the intersection of P Avenue, con-

sisting of Paving Improvement Dis-

trict No. 2018-988 (Bid B).

11. Adopt Resolution No.

2019-87 approving Application and

Certificate for Payment No. 1 in the

amount of $59,026.05 submitted by

GD Concrete Construction, Inc.

and approved by Miller & Associ-

ates for the CDBG Community De-

velopment Sidewalk Replacement

Project for the construction of the

sidewalk replacement involving the

area of Avenue C to 5th Avenue

and 16th Street north to the Union

Pacific Rail Line.

12. Accept the bids received for

the 2019 Part 4 Improvements for

Paving Improvement District No.

2019-995 for 19th Street from the

southeast corner of Lot 770, thence

northerly 131 feet, thence westerly

140 feet, thence southerly 346 feet,

thence easterly 130 feet thence

northerly 185 feet, thence easterly

10 feet, thence northerly 30 feet to

the point of beginning, all in Origi-

nal Town Kearney Junction and

adopt Resolution No. 2019-88

awarding the bid to Nielsen Con-

tracting in the amount of

$59,205.00.

13. Approve Resolution No.

2019-89 to accept and adopt the

proposed Special Designated Li-

cense (SDL) Guidelines for the Ad-

ministrative Approval of SDL appli-

cations and authorize the City

Manager or his designee to exe-

cute the application.

14. Approve Resolution No.

2019-90 to accept and adopt the

proposed Special Event Applica-

tions Guidelines for the Administra-

tive Approval of Special Event Ap-

plications and authorize the City

Manager or his designee to exe-

cute the application.

15. Adopt Resolution No.

2019-91 approving the Agency

Agreement between the City of

Kearney and Nebraska Department

of Transportation (NDOT), Aero-

nautics Division for Project No. X02

allowing the NDOT, Aeronautics Di-

vision to act as the City's agent for

the project.

Consent Agenda Ordinances:

None.

Regular Agenda:

1. Regular Agenda Item 1 is for

informational purposes only and no

action will be taken on the settle-

ment entered into by EMC on be-

half of the City with Jose Klich in

the amount of $300,000.00 which

has been paid by EMC per the Cit-

y's law enforcement liability cover-

age.

2. By a 3 to 0 vote, Clouse ab-

staining, Buschkoetter absent,

granted permission to pay the

Open Account Claim in the amount

of $100,332.51 to Nebraska Public

Power District.

By majority vote, Bushkoetter ab-

sent, Council adjourned at 5:55

p.m.

STANLEY A. CLOUSE

PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL

AND EX-OFFICIO MAYOR

ATTEST:

LAUREN BRANDT

CITY CLERK

A complete text of the Minutes,

Resolutions and Ordinances are on

file in the Office of the City Clerk

and are available for public inspec-

tion during regular business hours.

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NOTICE OF INTENT

TO APPROVE AN

APPLICATION FOR A

CONSTRUCTION AND

OPERATING PERMIT

Nebraska Department of

Environmental Quality

Water Permits Division

Lincoln, Nebraska

 

Pursuant to the Neb. Rev. Stat.

54-2425 (4) as amended, the Ne-

braska Department of Environmen-

tal Quality (Department) is issuing

notice to provide an opportunity for

any interested person to submit

written comments on the proposed

decision for the following concen-

trated animal feeding operation.

This public comment period

will be from June 8, 2019 through

July 8, 2019. Comments made

should pertain to issues for which

the Department has authority under

the Livestock Waste Management

Act (Neb. Rev. Stat. Section

54-2416 through 54-2435).

Victor Rasmussen

Mattson Enterprises Inc.

dba Victor Rasmussen

Livestock

21280 Pole Line Rd

Riverdale, NE 68870

The operation's proposed live-

stock waste control facilities

(LWCFs) will be located in the Er-

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found. County, Nebraska. The ap-

plication proposesthe construction

of one holding pond, three debris

basins, five clean water diversions,

one diversion within the pens, and

one lift station.

The application indicates an

existing maximum of 1,800 head of

feeder cattle. No change to the an-

imal head count is proposed at this

time.

The Department has reviewed the

application to ensure compliance

with the Livestock Waste Manage-

ment Act and Title 130 - Livestock

Waste Control Regulations. Cur-

rently, the Department intends to

approve the application for a Con-

struction and Operating Permit.

Upon completion of review of any

written comments received, the

Department will make a final deci-

sion on the permit application and

respond to any comments.

The application and other public

information is available for review

and copying between 8:00 a.m.

and 5:00 p.m. (CT), weekdays at

the Department's Office, Suite 400,

The Atrium, 1200 N Street, Lincoln,

Nebraska, telephone (402)

471-2186. Individuals requiring

special accommodations or alter-

nate formats of materials should

notify the Department by calling

(402) 471-2186. TDD users should

call (800) 833-7352 and ask the re-

lay operator to call the Department

at (402) 471-2186. Please include

the above name and legal descrip-

tion of the animal feeding opera-

tion.

All comments should be sent to:

Agriculture Section, Nebraska De-

partment of Environmental Quality,

PO Box 98922, Lincoln, Nebraska

68509-8922.

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