CENTURA PUBLIC SCHOOLS -

WELDING PANEL PROJECT

INVITATION FOR BIDS

 

Notice is hereby given that Cen-

tura Public Schools is soliciting

bids for the Welding Panel Project.

Scope of work includes but is not

limited to the following: This project

consists of installation of a new

electrical panel and feeder in the

shop area. A new feeder will be in-

stalled underground outside the

building to the new panel. Bidding

documents and plans are available

electronically through Engineering

Technologies, Inc. of Lincoln, NE,

on June 20, 2019. Contractors may

visit the school by appointment.

Bids are due on or before 3:00

p.m. local time, July 3, 2019, at

the Centura Public School Super-

intendent's Office at Centura

Public School, 201 N State Hwy

11, Cairo, Nebraska 68824. Bids

will be opened publicly and read

aloud at that time. Bid Security

will be required for this Bid. Cash-

ier's checks or certified checks

will not fulfill this requirement.

No Pre-Bid is planned, contrac-

tors shall make an appointment

to visit the site with the school.

Contact Lisa Lewis or Bryan Rahn

(Engineering Technologies Inc.) at

402-476-1273 for bidding docu-

ments.

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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

 

Sealed BIDS will be received by

the Gibbon Housing Agency at

2715 Avenue I in Kearney, Ne-

braska until 2:00 P.M., Local Time

on July 19, 2019, and then at said

office publicly opened and read

aloud for furnishing all equipment,

labor, materials and appurtenances

required for COLONY ACRES

LAUNDRY ROOM EXPANSION.

The Project consists of renovating

the existing Laundry Room on the

site of Colony Acres in Gibbon, Ne-

braska.

Bids received after the specified

time of closing will be returned un-

opened. The Housing Agency will

accept only those sealed bids, ei-

ther hand delivered or received via

U.S. Mail or other commercial car-

rier. Items transmitted by facsimile

or electronically will not be ac-

cepted. The Housing Agency re-

serves the right to reject any or all

bids; and to waive irregularities or

informalities to accept the BID it

deems most beneficial.

The Contract Documents may be

examined at the following loca-

tions:

Miller & Associates, 1111 Central

Avenue, Kearney, NE 68847

Kearney Plan Service, 1007 Sec-

ond Avenue, Kearney, NE 68847

Copies of the Contract Docu-

ments may be obtained at the of-

fice of Miller & Associates, Consult-

ing Engineers, P.C. located at 1111

Central Avenue, P.O. Box 306,

Kearney, Nebraska 68847, Tele-

phone 308/234-6456 upon pay-

ment of $45.00 for each set. Any

PLAN HOLDER, upon returning the

CONTRACT DOCUMENTS within

ten (10) days of the BID OPENING,

and in good condition, will be re-

funded $15.00. A complete set of

electronic copies of drawings,

specifications, contract documents

and proposal form may be ob-

tained from

www.miller-engineers.com for a

fee of $25.00 (non-refundable).

Once logged into the website, go

to "Bidding Documents" [in the up-

per right-hand corner of the home-

page] and you can select the set of

documents to download.

Each BIDDER will be required to

submit with his proposal, a certified

check or bid bond made payable,

without condition, to the Gibbon

Housing Agency, in an amount

equal to five percent (5%) of the

proposal.

Attention of BIDDERS is particu-

larly called to the requirements as

to conditions of employment to be

observed and minimum wage rates

to be paid under the contract, Sec-

tion 3, Segregated Facility, Section

109 and E.O. 11246.

The Gibbon Housing Agency is

exempt from State of Nebraska

Sales and Use Taxes.

The successful bidder shall be re-

quired to furnish and pay for either

a Performance Payment Bond in

the amount of 100% of the contract

price or separate Performance and

Payment Bonds each in the

amount of 50 percent of the con-

tract price; or a cash escrow in the

amount of 20 percent of the con-

tract price; or an irrevocable letter

of credit in the amount of 25 per-

cent of the contract amount.

No bidder may withdraw his bid

within 60 days after the actual date

of the opening thereof. The gibbon

Housing Agency reserves the right

to reject any or all bids, and to

waive any irregularities or informali-

ties.

Carrie Hardage,

Contracting Officer

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NOTICE

Kearney, Nebraska

June 11, 2019

 

Pastor Mitch Ivey provided the

Invocation. Two Girl Scouts from

Troop 00873 led the Council Mem-

bers and audience in the Pledge of

Allegiance. Mayor Clouse 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 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 June 11, 2019

at 5:30 p.m. with the following

Council Members responding to

roll call: Randy Buschkoetter,

Bruce Lear, Tami James Moore,

and Jonathan Nikkila. Absent:

None. City Clerk recorded the min-

utes. Administrative personnel were

also present. Notice of the meeting

had been given according to law.

Proclamation and Recognition of

Katie Philpot was moved to the

June 25th meeting due to Katie

having a work conflict.

There was no Unfinished Busi-

ness.

Public Hearings:

1. Council conducted and closed

the public hearing on the Applica-

tion submitted by Danny Starostka

for Starostka Group Unlimited to

rezone from District AG, Agricul-

tural District to District R-2/PD, Ur-

ban Residential Mixed-Dens-

ity/Planned Development Overlay

District for property 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). By unanimous vote

suspended the rules requiring the

reading of ordinances on three dif-

ferent days and placed Ordinance

No. 8341 on first reading by num-

ber only. Ordinance No. 8341 was

read by number. By unanimous

vote, Ordinance No. 8341 was

passed, approved and ordered

published as required by law and

made available to the public at the

Office of the City Clerk, the City

Police Department and the Public

Library.

2. Council conducted and closed

the public hearing and unanimously

adopted Resolution No. 2019-76

approving the Application submit-

ted by Danny Starostka for

Starostka Group Unlimited for the

Final Plat and Subdivision Agree-

ment for Millennial Estates Third

Addition, an addition to the City of

Kearney, Buffalo County, Ne-

braska, for property 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).

3. Council conducted and closed

the public hearing and unanimously

adopted Resolution No. 2019-77

approving the Application submit-

ted by Danny Starostka for

Starostka Group Unlimited for the

annexation of Millennial Estates

Third Addition, an addition to the

City of Kearney, Buffalo County,

Nebraska, for property 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).

4. Council conducted and closed

the public hearing and unanimously

adopted Resolution No. 2019-78

approving the Application submit-

ted by Danny Starostka for

Starostka Group Unlimited for

Planned District Development Plan

Approval for construction of a sub-

division on property to be zoned

District R-2/PD, Urban Residential

Mixed-Density/Planned Develop-

ment Overlay District and 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).

5. Council conducted and closed

the public hearing and unanimously

adopted Resolution No. 2019-92

approving the Application submit-

ted by Crossroads Center for Re-

vised Planned District Development

Plan Approval for the proposed re-

modeling of the current north half

of the facility into transitional hous-

ing units on property zoned District

C-1/PD, Limited Commer-

cial/Planned Development Overlay

District and described as Lot 2,

Grandview Estates Eighth Addition,

an addition to the City of Kearney,

Buffalo County, Nebraska (1408

East 39th Street).

6. Council, by unanimous vote,

postponed until June 25, 2019 the

Application submitted by Miller &

Associates for NP Land Develop-

ment Inc., a Nebraska Corporation,

to rezone from District AG, Agricul-

tural District to District R-1, Urban

Residential Single-Family District

(Low Density) for property de-

scribed as a tract of land being part

of the Southeast Quarter of the

Northwest Quarter, and part of

Government Lot 2, also known as

the Southwest Quarter of the

Northwest Quarter of Section 19,

Township 9 North, Range 15 West

of the 6th P.M., Buffalo County,

Nebraska (East of Avenue N, be-

tween 65th Street Place and 67th

Street). By unanimous vote sus-

pended the rules requiring the

reading of ordinances on three dif-

ferent days and placed Ordinance

No. 8348 on first reading by num-

ber only. Ordinance No. 8348 was

read by number. By unanimous

vote, Ordinance No. 8348 was

passed, approved and ordered

published as required by law and

made available to the public at the

Office of the City Clerk, the City

Police Department and the Public

Library.

7. Council, by unanimous vote,

postponed until June 25, 2019 the

Application submitted by Miller &

Associates for NP Land Develop-

ment Inc., a Nebraska Corporation

for the Final Plat and Subdivision

Agreement for Arbor View First, an

addition to the City of Kearney,

Buffalo County, Nebraska for prop-

erty described as a tract of land be-

ing part of the Southeast Quarter of

the Northwest Quarter, and part of

Government Lot 2, also known as

the Southwest Quarter of the

Northwest Quarter of Section 19,

Township 9 North, Range 15 West

of the 6th P.M., Buffalo County,

Nebraska (East of Avenue N, be-

tween 65th Street Place and 67th

Street).

8. Council, by unanimous vote,

postponed until June 25, 2019 the

Application submitted by Miller &

Associates for NP Land Develop-

ment Inc., a Nebraska Corporation

for the annexation of Arbor View

First, an addition to the City of

Kearney, Buffalo County, Nebraska

for property described as a tract of

land being part of the Southeast

Quarter of the Northwest Quarter,

and part of Government Lot 2, also

known as the Southwest Quarter of

the Northwest Quarter of Section

19, Township 9 North, Range 15

West of the 6th P.M., Buffalo

County, Nebraska (East of Avenue

N, between 65th Street Place and

67th Street).

Consent Agenda:

By unanimous vote the following

items were approved:

1. Minutes of Regular Meeting

held May 28, 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

Amazon $1,679.32 smcs; Ameri-

can Fence $1,458.27 smcs; Anco-

na,J $64.22 smcs; Anderson,B

$99.00 smcs; Arbuck,K $30.23

smcs; Ask Supply $2,399.38 smcs;

Aurora Coop $50.88 smcs; Baker &

Taylor $4,869.56 smcs; Bamford

$250.00 smcs; Barresi,V $17.45

smcs; Bauer,H $31.00 smcs; Beck-

er,G $27.00 smcs; Beehive

$5,773.00 smcs; Blackstone Pub-

lishing $240.00 smcs; Blackstrap

$1,633.83 smcs; Bleil,K $19.22

smcs; Blessing $136,494.32 co;

Blevins,D $525.00 smcs;

BlueCross/BlueShield $26,786.46

smcs; Books Galore $5,657.45

smcs; Bose,K $13.15 smcs; Boss-

elman $20,727.38 smcs; Bow-

man,R $42.48 smcs; Bridgett Lav-

ene Consulting $2,500.00 smcs;

Broadfoot Sand & Gravel $41.00

smcs; Brown,C $19.13 smcs;

Bruha,M $40.40 smcs; Buffalo Out-

door Power $29.69 smcs; Builders

$760.78 smcs,co; Busch Associ-

ates LLC $514.30 co; Capstone

Press $97.45 smcs; Cash Wa

$14,329.89 smcs; Central Fire

$607.00 smcs; Chesterman

$1,570.05 smcs; Cigna $9,052.05

smcs; City of Kry $603,686.14

smcs; City of Kry CRA $125,550.52

smcs; Comm. Health $153.00 ps;

Community Srvice Fund $87.00 ps;

Consolidated Management

$309.81 smcs; Core & Main

$13,094.66 smcs; Cunningham,B

$85.12 co; Dakota Granite

$106,242.00 smcs; Dan Roeder

Concrete $203,301.00 co; Dan's

Plumbing $564.90 smcs; Day,D

$660.00 smcs; Depository Trust

$752,498.75 ds; Derr,T $1.25 smcs;

Deterding's Alternatives $22,715.18

smcs; Dunham,D $177.13 smcs;

Eagle Distributing $1,765.75 smcs;

Eakes $10,903.09 smcs, co; Else-

n,K $24.00 smcs; Enforcement

Video $33,120.00 co;

Entenmann-Rovin Co. $811.50

smcs; Faro Technologies $7,789.00

smcs; Feinstein,S $50.22 smcs;

Felsburg Holt &Ullevig $1,930.26

smcs; Frontier $6,854.37 smcs;

Fulmer,J $34.00 smcs; Gale-

/Cengage $562.99 smcs; Gannon

Travel $480.00 smcs; Gapp,A

$24.00 smcs; GD Concrete

$59,026.05 co; Gibbs,L $30.00

smcs; Granicus $1,297.80 smcs;

Hamilton, Cheyenne $22.53 smcs;

Hammons,B $5.68 smcs; Han-

sen,C $27.16 smcs; Heidbreder,G

$20.00 smcs; Herder,J $34.10

smcs; Hibberd,A $135.00 smcs;

Hinchee,L $38.96 smcs;

Hirschman,A $17.01 smcs; HM Life

$54,522.27 smcs; Hockmeier,J

$90.95 smcs; Home Depot Pro

$114.20 smcs; Huber,J $56.24

smcs; ICMA $6,077.61 ps; IRS

$169,785.21 ps; Jack Lederman

$116.42 smcs; JWB $40,000.00 co;

Kry United Way $663.63 ps; Konica

Minolta $868.71 smcs; Lanspa,T

$84.29 smcs; Light & Siren

$2,890.00 smcs; Loper Athletic

Club $1,995.00 smcs; Magic

Cleaning $7,300.00 smcs; Ma-

lone,C $45.00 smcs; Menards

$263.43 smcs; Midlands Contract-

ing $402,490.93 co; Mid-NE Gar-

age $1,460.00 smcs; Mid-State En-

gineering $265.00 co; Midwest

Connect $8,849.84 smcs; Midwest

Turf & Irrigation $82.21 smcs; Miller

& Associates $11,621.20 co; Morris

Press $5,877.53 smcs; Mulroney,K

$36.00 smcs; Municipal Supply

$5,051.85 smcs; Myers,T $27.98

smcs; NE Child Support $2,448.89

ps; NE Dept. Revenue $78,605.92

ps; NE Library Commission

$927.00 smcs; Nebraskaland Dis-

tributors $1,539.35 smcs; North-

western Energy $2,773.30 smcs;

O'Keefe Elevator $447.65 smcs;

One Call Concepts $623.46 smcs;

O'Reilly Auto $4,599.99 smcs; Out-

door Recreation $2,382.30 co;

Overhead Door $360.00 smcs; Par-

amount $175.93 smcs; Payflex

$539.75 ps; Peerless Machine

$821.65 smcs; Penguin Random

House $26.25 smcs; Ping $998.02

smcs; Pioneer Industrial $1,435.48

smcs; Platte Valley Lab $62.50

smcs; Playpower LT Farmington

$9,156.49 co; Presto-X $371.00

smcs; Provantage $14,900.00 co;

Recorded Books $260.35 smcs;

Republic National Distrib. $474.00

smcs; Rheome Tree $1,100.00

smcs; Rivershore Reading Store

$483.00 smcs; S & J Construction

$10,566.50 co; Sam's Club Direct

$98.15 smcs; School District #7

$554.10 smcs; Schroer,J $210.00

smcs; Schutte,B $7.61 smcs;

Schwarz,G $167.00 smcs; Sid Dil-

lon Chevrolet $30,730.00 co; Sil-

verstone Group $5,005.75 smcs;

Snap-On $85.00 smcs;

Sokolowski,B $36.76 smcs; SOS

Portable Toilets $70.00 smcs;

Srack,C $11.78 smcs; Stanton,K

$67.50 smcs; Stegeman,Z $13.26

smcs; Stitch 3 $308.00 smcs; Sul-

tan,S $21.30 smcs; Theis,G

$110.98 smcs; Thompson,D $99.00

smcs; Thompson,K $149.10 smcs;

Tri-Cities $1,485.00 smcs; Turner

Body Shop $784.80 smcs; Tye &

Rowling $13,984.98 smcs; U.S.

Postmaster $356.00 smcs; Union

Bank $79,510.24 ps; UNK $742.50

smcs; Van Diest Supply Co.

$944.36 smcs; Verizon $40.01

smcs; Village Cleaners $309.54

smcs; Weather Tight Insultion

$734.40 smcs; Wilkins Architecture

$2,500.00 co; Xello $799.00 smcs;

Youngans,J $41.83 smcs; Yount,R

$39.53 smcs; Payroll Ending

5/25/19 -- $518,878.26. The fore-

going schedule of claims is pub-

lished in accordance with Section

19-1102 of the Revised Statutes of

Nebraska, and is published at an

expense of $52.96 to the City of

Kearney.

3. Authorize the Mayor to send a

letter of no recommendation to the

Nebraska Liquor Control Commis-

sion on the Class C-123086 liquor

license application and manager

application for Paul Younes sub-

mitted by Peanut Butter & Jelly

LLC, dba Younes Pavillion located

at 604 West Talmadge Street.

4. Approve the recommendation

from the Development Services Di-

vision on the annual renewal of

Cornhusker Mobile Home Park,

1115 Avenue C manufactured

home court license until May 31,

2020.

5. Approve the recommendation

from the Development Services Di-

vision on extending the current li-

censes for East Lawn Mobile

Homes Estates, 2900 and 3010

Grand Avenue and L & M Mobile

Home Park, 1110 Central Avenue

an additional 30 days to correct the

deficiencies.

6. Approve the Plans and Specifi-

cations for Cottonmill Parking at

Swim Lake and Fountain Hills Park

Parking Lot and set the bid opening

date for July 2, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.

7. Approve the purchase of an

AT41M Articulating Telescopic Arial

Device with Material Handling Insu-

lation, 41 feet on a AT48M F550

4x4 Auto Chassis in the amount of

$151,586.00 submitted by Altec In-

dustries, Inc. under the Sourcewell

Cooperative Purchasing program

to be used in Public Works Depart-

ment.

8. Accept the Proposals received

for the Community Tennis Facility

and adopt Resolution No. 2019-95

awarding the Proposal submitted

by RDG Planning & Design and ap-

proving the Standard Form of

Agreement with RDG Planning &

Design.

9. Adopt Resolution No. 2019-96

approving Amendment No. AJW-

FN-CSA-17-CE-000841-A2 to the

Non-Federal Reimbursable Agree-

ment between the City of Kearney

and the Federal Aviation Adminis-

tration for FAA NAVAIDs Engineer-

ing to provide a Resident Engineer

on-site to inspect this remaining

construction work at the Kearney

Regional Airport.

Consent Agenda Ordinances:

1. By unanimous vote suspended

the rules requiring the reading of

ordinances on three different days

and placed Ordinance No. 8349

creating Paving Improvement Dis-

trict No. 2019-999 in an alley lying

between 5th Avenue and 6th Ave-

nue, running north to south from

21st Street and to 22nd Streeton

first reading by number only. Ordi-

nance No. 8349 was read by num-

ber. By unanimous vote Ordinance

No. 8349 was passed, approved

and ordered published as required

by law and made available to the

public at the Office of the City

Clerk, the City Police Department

and the Public Library.

Regular Agenda:

1. Council unanimously adopted

Resolution No. 2019-97 approving

the Development Agreement be-

tween Compute North NE05, LLC,

Economic Development Council of

Buffalo County, Inc. and the City of

Kearney establishing the terms and

conditions to be complied with as

part of the development of five ac-

res of land at Tech One Crossing.

By unanimous vote Council ad-

journed at 5:50 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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