NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

ON THE PROPOSED SECOND

INCREMENT BASIN-WIDE PLAN

FOR JOINT INTEGRATED

WATER RESOURCES

MANAGEMENT OF OVERAP-

PROPRIATED PORTIONS OF

THE PLATTE RIVER BASIN,

NEBRASKA BY NORTH

PLATTE, SOUTH PLATTE,

CENTRAL PLATTE,

TWIN PLATTE, AND TRI-BASIN

NATURAL RESOURCES

DISTRICTS AND

NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF

NATURAL RESOURCES

 

Pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. §

46-715, the North Platte Natural

Resources District (NRD), South

Platte NRD, Central Platte NRD,

Twin Platte NRD, and Tri-Basin

NRD (collectively, Districts) and the

Nebraska Department of Natural

Resources (Department) hereby

provide notice that the Districts and

Department shall hold public hear-

ings with apre-hearing information

session at the following times and

locations:

CPNRD Information Session:

July 15, 2019, at 2:30p.m. CDT

CPNRD Public Hearing:

July 15, 2019,

at 3:30 p.m. CDT

at Central Platte NRD Office,

215 Kaufman Ave.,

Grand Island, NE 68803;

NPNRD Information Session:

July 18, 2019, at 9:30a.m. MDT

NPNRD Public Hearing:

July 18, 2019,

at 10:30 a.m. MDT

at North Platte NRD Office,

100547 Airport Rd.,

Scottsbluff, NE 69361;

SPNRD Information Session:

July 17, 2019, at 1:00p.m. MDT

SPNRD Public Hearing:

July 17, 2019,

at 1:30 p.m. MDT

at Western Community College,

371 College Dr.,

Sidney, NE 69162;

TBNRD Information Session:

July 16, 2019, at 9:30 a.m. CDT

TBNRD Public Hearing:

July 16, 2019,

at 10:30 a.m. CDT

at Tri-Basin NRD Office,

1723 Burlington St.,

Holdrege, NE 68949;

TPNRD Information Session:

July 16, 2019, at 2:00p.m. CDT

TPNRD Public Hearing:

July 16, 2019,

at 3:00 p.m. CDT

at Best Western Plus,

3201 S Jeffers St.,

North Platte, NE 69101

As required by Neb. Rev. Stat. §

46-715, the purpose of the hearing

is to take testimony on the pro-

posed Second Increment Ba-

sin-Wide Plan for Joint Integrated

Water Resources Management of

Overappropriated Portions of the

Platte River Basin, Nebraska (Plan).

The geographic area of the pro-

posed Plan is the extent of the Ne-

braska portion of the Platte River

surface water basin beginning at

the Nebraska-Wyoming State line,

and ending at the Kearney Canal

Diversion, at Elm Creek. A general

description of the contents of the

sections of the proposed Plan is: 1)

introduction; 2) planning process;

3) activities of first increment; 4)

goals, objectives, and action items;

5) monitoring. The proposed Plan

does not include controls.

Any interested person may ap-

pear at the hearing and present

written or oral testimony concern-

ing the proposed Plan. Individuals

with disabilities may request auxil-

iary aids and service necessary for

participation by contacting a Dis-

trict or the Department by 5:00

p.m. (CDT) June 25, 2019. Testi-

mony or other evidence relevant to

the purposes of the hearing may

also be submitted in writing by 5:00

p.m. (CDT) July 12, 2019, to any of

the following:

North Platte NRD

P.O. Box 280,

Scottsbluff, NE 69363-0280

or by electronic mail to

jberge@npnrd.org

South Platte NRD

P.O. Box 294, Sidney, NE 69162

or by electronic mail to

rlhorn@spnrd.org

Central Platte NRD

215 Kaufman Ave,

Grand Island, NE 68803

or by electronic mail to

cpnrd@cpnrd.org

Twin Platte NRD

P.O. Box 1347,

North Platte, NE 69103

or by electronic mail to

komiller@tpnrd.org

Tri-Basin NRD

1723 Burlington St,

Holdrege, NE 68949

or by electronic mail to

tribasin@tribasinnrd.org

Nebraska Department of

Natural Resources

P.O. Box 64676,

Lincoln, NE 68509-4676

or by electronic mail to

dnr.legalfile@nebraska.gov

The full text of the proposed Plan

may be obtained via the North

Platte NRD's website

(https://www.npnrd.org) or tele-

phone (308) 632-4346, the South

Platte NRD's website

(http://www.spnrd.org) or tele-

phone (308) 254-2377, the Central

Platte NRD's website

(http://cpnrd.org) or telephone (308)

385-6282, the Twin Platte NRD's

website (http://www.tpnrd.org) or

telephone (308) 535-8080, the

Tri-Basin NRD's website (www.trib-

asinnrd.org) or telephone (308)

995-6688, and the Department's

website (dnr.nebraska.gov) or tele-

phone (402) 471-2363.

Following the public hearing, the

Districts and Department will make

a joint decision within 60 days on

whether to implement the proposed

Plan with or without modifications.

ZNEZ Je17,24,Jy1

NOTICE

KEARNEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

DISTRICT #7

CLAIMS TO BE PAID

IN JUNE 2019

 

24 Hour Tees / DripShip Miscel-

laneous Expenditure $28.00; Abree

Taillon Professional Services

$1,540.20; Accu Cut Systems Sup-

plies $314.00; ACT Dues and Fees

$4,823.00; AdWeb Communica-

tions Miscellaneous Expenditure

$330.00; Aercor Wireless Inc Tech-

nology Software $13,760.00; Alana

Stirn Travel $77.72; All Makes Auto

Supply Tires and Parts $917.78;

Almquist Maltzahn Galawa Luth

Professional Services $733.50;

Amanda Bristol Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $6.99; Amazon Capital

Services Supplies $11,493.11; Am-

ber Benson Travel $51.08; Amber

Swartz Supplies $54.24; Amber

Taylor Miscellaneous Expenditure

$13.43; American Red

Cross-Health & Safety Svcs Sup-

plies $4,620.00; Amplify Education

Inc Textbooks $327,940.30; Amy

Denny Travel $154.51; Amy Kroll

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$126.70; Amy Otto Travel $62.29;

Amy Otto Travel $72.31; Amy

Springer Travel $93.38; Amy

Springer Travel $66.35; Amy Wal-

ters Travel $57.77; Anderson Stu-

dio Miscellaneous Expenditure

$20.00; Andrew Scheneman Pro-

fessional Services $50.00; Anura-

dha Tunuguntla Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $15.95; AP Exams Mis-

cellaneous Expenditure $2,595.00;

Apple Inc Technology-elated Hard-

ware $29.00; Apple Inc Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $897.00; Apple

Market Food $1,007.10; Apple

Textbooks Textbooks $354.41; Ar-

lington Public Schools Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $6.00; Arnold Mo-

tor Supply Tires and Parts $131.62;

Ashley Carrier Travel $75.64; Ash-

ley Carrier Travel $26.91; Ashley

Carrier Travel $62.88; Ashley

Walker Travel $4.56; Ashley Walker

Travel $17.32; Ashley Walker Travel

$4.80; Ask Supply Co Supplies

$675.00; ASPI Solutions Inc Sup-

plies $84.00; AssetGenie Inc Re-

pairs & Maintenance Services

$2,491.00; AUCA Chicago Lockbox

Uniforms $969.29; Awards Unlim-

ited Supplies $76.81; Awards Un-

limited Miscellaneous Expenditure

$66.76; Bamford Inc Professional

Services $225.00; Baseball Ex-

press Supplies $188.75; Big Apple

Fun Center Supplies $20.00; Big

Apple Fun Center Miscellaneous

Expenditure $762.45; Big Apple

Fun Center Miscellaneous Expendi-

ture $884.00; Bimbo Bakeries USA

Food $3,068.95; Black Hills Energy

Natural Gas $356.52; Black Squir-

rel Timing Professional Services

$300.00; Blick Art Materials Il Sup-

plies $3,190.16; BluePath Finance

FC LLC Building Acquitions and

Improvements $437,070.16;

Bouncyband LLC Supplies

$101.93; Brad Archer Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $166.41; Brian

Haas Travel $899.35; Brian Haas

Supplies $15.07; Brian Hisey Travel

$105.00; Bridget Nore Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $13.30; Brooke

Caravan Travel $12.06; Buffalo

County Community Health Partners

Supplies $300.00; Buffalo Outdoor

Power LLC Supplies $99.45; Build-

ers How To Warehouse Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $5,059.94; C & C

Tours Miscellaneous Expenditure

$10,479.00; C R Toys Supplies

$50.30; Callam Sports Photogra-

phy Miscellaneous Expenditure

$255.00; Cara Carranza Travel

$11.14; Carie Schmidt Professional

Services $3,000.00; Carin Koetters

Miscellaneous Expenditure $16.60;

Carl Bredahl Travel $426.81; Car-

men Brewer Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $48.05; Carol Kenton

Travel $78.82; Carol Kenton Travel

$81.14; Carquest Auto Parts Stores

Vehicle Gasoline $1,428.33; Carrie

Findley Miscellaneous Expenditure

$12.95; Carson Dellosa Publishing

Company Inc Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $10.24; Caryn Saulsbury

Supplies $86.25; Cash Wa Distrib-

uting Supplies $1,316.84; Cash Wa

Distributing Miscellaneous Expend-

iture $261.45; Cash Wa Distributing

Food $43,345.79; CDW Govern-

ment Inc Supplies $134.11; CED/-

American Electric Supplies

$155.50; Cengage Learning Gale

Textbooks $1,337.60; Central Ne-

braska Inflatables Miscellaneous

Expenditure $1,651.50; Central

Restaurant Products Furniture and

Fixtures $536.12; Century Lumber

Center Miscellaneous Expenditure

$3,020.88; Charter Communica-

tions Supplies $26.39; Charter

Communications Other Communi-

cation $4,855.02; Charter Commu-

nications Other Communication

$13.20; Charter Communications

Miscellaneous Expenditure $7.92;

Chartwells Dining Services Miscel-

laneous Expenditure $2,590.00;

Chesterman Co. Supplies

$1,553.12; Chesterman Co. Food

$3,706.45; Chris Loofe Travel

$1,663.07; Chris Weis Textbooks

Consumables $5.04; Christine

Ehrmann Miscellaneous Expendi-

ture $314.50; Cindy Pawloski

Travel $23.55; City Of Kearney

Fuel Dept. Vehicle Gasoline

$12,164.71; City of Kearney Park

and Recreation Supplies $3,124.50;

City of Kearney School Resource

Office Security Officer $5,053.10;

Claire Stanton Travel $105.00;

Coach Master's Inc Vehicle Repair

$7,840.31; Cole Chancellor Profes-

sional Services $200.00; Connie

Jelkin Supplies $52.29; Consoli-

dated Plastics Co Inc Supplies

$233.34; Copycat Printing Inc Sup-

plies $236.52; Copycat Printing Inc

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$1,166.29; CPI Travel $150.00;

Creative Teaching Press Inc Ca

Miscellaneous Expenditure $32.89;

Crete Public Schools Dues and

Fees $200.00; Culligan Of Kearney

Supplies $552.50; Culligan Of

Kearney Miscellaneous Expendi-

ture $40.00; Cummins Central

Power LLC Vehicle Repair

$11,661.22; Cynthia Biggs Travel

$185.51; Dana Stelling Miscella-

neous Expenditure $80.00; Danielle

Burkett Travel $105.00; Dan's Sani-

tation Inc Garbage $122.00; DAS

State Accounting Central Finance

Purchased Service Telephone

$229.49; Dawson Public Power

District Electricity $557.88; Deb

Baumgartner Travel $30.16; Deb

Iwan Miscellaneous Expenditure

$374.00; Deb Stocker Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $200.00; DECA

Reston Miscellaneous Expenditure

$40.00; Desiree John Travel

$39.04; Desiree John Travel

$55.45; Desiree John Travel

$52.43; Deterdings Supplies

$121.98; Diamond Vogel Paint

Center Supplies $246.93; Dianne

Lamb Miscellaneous Expenditure

$19.96; Dmilaco Sports Fashions

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$174.00; Dmilaco Sports Fashions

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$665.30; Drake Beranek Miscella-

neous Expenditure $620.00; Dy-

namic T's Screen Printing & Pro-

motions Miscellaneous Expenditure

$3,581.91; Dynamic T's Screen

Printing & Promotions Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $1,014.02; Eakes

Office Solutions Supplies $172.44;

Ecolab Supplies $330.00; Ed

Hemenway Lawn Services

$7,199.22; Eileen's Colossal Cook-

ies Miscellaneous Expenditure

$141.00; Electronic Systems Inc

Repairs & Maintenance Services

$965.00; Erin Swarm Travel $51.27;

ESU 10 Travel $20.00; Farmers Un-

ion Coop Assn Supplies $26.40;

Fastenal Company Supplies

$568.77; FIS AvantGard LLC Pro-

fessional Services $4,000.00; Flinn

Scientific Inc Supplies $2,973.83;

Frontier Purchased Service Tele-

phone $3,528.31; Frontier Bag

Company Inc Supplies $412.69;

Fun Express LLC Miscellaneous

Expenditure $175.33; Funtastic

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$864.00; G Mac Hoops Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $350.00; Garrett

Tires & Treads Tires and Parts

$3,793.23; General Parts LLC Sup-

plies $5,800.18; Getz Radon Pros

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$1,200.00; Glass Doctor Miscella-

neous Expenditure $272.00; Gloria

Welsh Travel $37.50; goBulk.com

Supplies $83.82; Graduate Lincoln

Hotels Travel $94.00; Grand Island

Community Foundation Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $823.72; Gustave

A Larson Company Supplies

$271.15; Harold Warp Pioneer Vil-

lage Foundation Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $409.75; Heartland Ath-

letic Conference Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $1,277.00; Heather Bobo

Miscellaneous Expenditure $17.10;

Heidy Boteo Travel $105.00; Hiland

Dairy Foods Food $13,791.66;

Hobby Lobby Stores Inc Miscella-

neous Expenditure $114.48;

Hoehner Turf Irrigation Repairs &

Maintenance Services $3,641.00;

Holdrege High School Dues and

Fees $130.00; Holiday Inn Kearney

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$1,297.44; Holiday Inn Kearney

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$3,553.49; Holiday Inn Express

Fremont Travel $376.00; Holiday

Inn Express & Suites Lincoln Air

Travel $1,980.00; Holli Coffman

Miscellaneous Expenditure $26.10;

Holmes Plumbing & Htg Supplies

$292.89; Hometown Leasing Rent-

als of Equipment and Vehicles

$9,343.89; HPR Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $32.00; Hudl Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $4,299.00; Hy Vee

Accounts Receivable Supplies

$1,645.23; Island Inn Motel Miscel-

laneous Expenditure $360.00; Jane

G Bartee Dues and Fees $30.00;

Jane Strawhecker Miscellaneous

Expenditure $80.00; Janelle Pittz

Travel $105.00; Jared Hansen Pro-

fessional Services $800.00; Java

Junction LLC Supplies $40.00;

Jeana Peterson Travel $107.53;

Jeana Peterson Professional Ser-

vices $400.00; Jeana Peterson

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$500.00; Jeanne Osborn Miscella-

neous Expenditure $32.90; Jenae

Loeffelholz Miscellaneous Expendi-

ture $10.00; Jesse Florang Travel

$63.80; Jessica Walters Travel

$24.91; Jessica Walters Travel

$24.91; Jill Clevenger Supplies

$8.99; Jodi Richards Mileage Paid

to Parents $1,538.16; Jones School

Supply Company Supplies

$434.75; Jones School Supply

Company Miscellaneous Expendi-

ture $30.17; Joni Case Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $10.96; Jordan

Tucker Professional Services

$200.00; JourneyEd.com Inc Tech-

nology Software $26,624.57; Judith

Geiselman Supplies $195.00; Julie

Fuqua Travel $99.99; June Collison

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$208.75; Kassi Richards Travel

$105.00; Kate Murphy Travel

$76.33; Kathy Fisher Travel $17.11;

Katie Mathews Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $154.57; Kearney Ace

Hardware Supplies $51.96; Kear-

ney Ag & Auto Repair Inc Vehicle

Repair $701.14; Kearney Area

Builders Association Miscellaneous

Expenditure $420.00; Kearney Area

Children's Museum Dues and Fees

$14.00; Kearney Area Community

Foundation Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $823.73; Kearney Band

Boosters Miscellaneous Expendi-

ture $549.90; Kearney Booster

Club Miscellaneous Expenditure

$570.60; Kearney Dairy Queen Mis-

cellaneous Expenditure $70.56;

Kearney Floral Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $60.00; Kearney Floral

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$992.00; Kearney Hub Advertising

$1,154.76; Kearney Hub Miscella-

neous Expenditure $112.40; Kear-

ney Pub Sch Foundation Profes-

sional Services $34,387.92; Kear-

ney Winlectric Co Supplies

$1,443.83; Kearney Winnelson

Supplies $1,730.09; Kelli Urbanek

Travel $61.71; Kelly Pocock Mis-

cellaneous Expenditure $73.36;

Kelly Supply Co Supplies $105.66;

Kerri Garrison Photography Miscel-

laneous Expenditure $50.00; Kerri

Graves Miscellaneous Expenditure

$16.99; Kerry Eilers Travel $12.06;

Kids & Dreams Foundation Miscel-

laneous Expenditure $320.00; Kids

& Dreams Foundation Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $175.00; Kimberly

Rahe Miscellaneous Expenditure

$36.00; K Log Inc Furniture and

Fixtures $270.48; Krystal Reynolds

Travel $252.25; Kyle Heilbrun

Travel $41.35; Kyle Smith Profes-

sional Services $50.00; KYSLB

Miscellaneous Expenditure $21.00;

Lakeshore Lrng Materials Supplies

$4,392.74; Laminator.com Inc Sup-

plies $200.92; Lanette Puccini

Travel $40.00; Larry Schmidt Mis-

cellaneous Expenditure $340.00;

Lawson Products Inc Supplies

$148.29; Learning ** Online Orders

Supplies $1,671.31; Learning Re-

sources Supplies $47.99; Leisa

McConnell Travel $169.65; Leisa

McConnell Travel $103.35; Lerrin

Rowe Miscellaneous Expenditure

$40.00; Leslie Brown Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $120.00; Liberty

Hardwoods Inc Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $565.85; Lincoln North

Star High School Dues and Fees

$237.00; Lincoln Northeast High

School Dues and Fees $238.00;

Lincoln Pius X High School Miscel-

laneous Expenditure $600.00; Lin-

coln Southwest High School Dues

and Fees $275.00; Lincoln South-

west High School Dues and Fees

$336.00; Linda Currie Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $41.00; Lindsey

Schukei Miscellaneous Expenditure

$30.00; Lindsie Thiems Travel

$22.45; Lips Printing Service Sup-

plies $185.01; Lisa Cool Travel

$42.51; Lisa Wilkinson Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $28.15; Lonnie

Kitterer Miscellaneous Expenditure

$300.00; Lori Keller Travel $13.80;

Lori Romatzke Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $143.65; Lou's Sporting

Goods Miscellaneous Expenditure

$4,105.67; Lynn Lebsack Travel

$114.00; Macie Wippel Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $80.18; MakerBot

Industries LLC Supplies $240.00;

Mandy Farber Travel $25.52; Mary

Bryson Travel $27.61; Mary Fruhl-

ing Miscellaneous Expenditure

$26.73; Masters True Value Furni-

ture and Fixtures $7,314.68; Math-

eson Linweld Supplies $654.61;

McGraw Hill School Education

Holdings LL Textbooks $1,801.16;

McKenna's Rae of Hope Founda-

tion Miscellaneous Expenditure

$284.40; McMaster Carr Supplies

$229.63; Mead Lumber Kearney

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$202.34; Megan Schmidt Miscella-

neous Expenditure $36.50; Men-

ards Kearney Supplies $1,898.73;

Merryman Performing Arts Center

Rentals of Equipment and Vehicles

$15,000.00; Metal Doors & Hard-

ware Co Supplies $1,416.04; Mi6

Pizza, Inc Supplies $212.07; Mi6

Pizza, Inc Miscellaneous Expendi-

ture $155.40; Mi6 Pizza, Inc Food

$3,389.25; Michelle DeVries Travel

$26.22; Midamerica Books Sup-

plies $479.70; Mid Nebraska Ag-

gregate Snow Removal Snow Ser-

vices $2,953.75; Midway Chrysler

Dodge Jeep Vehicle Repair

$698.49; Midwest Connect Post-

age $14.53; Midwest Connect

Postage $2,295.49; Midwest Con-

nect Miscellaneous Expenditure

$18.48; Midwest Grads Com-

mencement Expense $4,584.95;

Midwest Grads Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $655.00; Midwest Spe-

cial Instruments Supplies $650.00;

Mikaela Richmond Miscellaneous

Expenditure $35.16; Mike

Reifenrath Miscellaneous Expendi-

ture $8.15; Mindi Heese Travel

$12.93; Mitch Olson Travel $13.69;

Moonlight Embroidery & Screen

Print Miscellaneous Expenditure

$20.00; Moonlight Embroidery &

Screen Print Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $222.00; Moonlight Em-

broidery & Screen Print Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $1,035.00; Morris

Press & Office Supplies Printing

Services $188.50; Mosaic Pupil

Services $3,551.10; Music in Mo-

tion Miscellaneous Expenditure

$27.95; NAEA Nebraska Ag Ed As-

sociation Miscellaneous Expendi-

ture $205.00; NAEYC Supplies

$150.00; NASCO Supplies

$126.75; Nathan Jones Profes-

sional Services $80.00; National

Business Furniture Supplies

$137.30; NCA Professional Ser-

vices $65.00; NCS Pearson Inc

Supplies $2,595.60; NCSA Ne-

braska Council of School Admin

Travel $210.00; NCSA Nebraska

Council of School Admin Supplies

$880.00; Nebraska Association of

Student Councils Miscellaneous

Expenditure $450.00; Nebraska

Farm Bureau Foundation Miscella-

neous Expenditure $147.60; Ne-

braska FFA Association Travel

$30.00; Nebraska HOSA Miscella-

neous Expenditure $525.00; Ne-

braska Public Health Envrmt Lab

Professional Services $157.00; Ne-

braska Public Power District Elec-

tricity $56,869.49; Nebraska Public

Power District Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $91.72; Nebraska Safety

Center Dues and Fees $100.00;

Nebraska School Nutrition Assn

Dues and Fees $300.00; Nebraska

School Nutrition Assn Dues and

Fees $53.50; Nebraska Truck Cen-

ter Inc Vehicle Repair $421.78;

NHSPA Critique Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $100.00; Nicole Peterson

Travel $39.09; Nicole Reicheneker

Travel $22.47; Nikki Garey Travel

$214.95; No Tears Learning Inc

Supplies $333.52; Norfolk High

School Dues and Fees $115.00;

North Platte High School Dues and

Fees $60.00; North Platte High

School Dues and Fees $50.00;

North Star Teacher Resources

Supplies $33.98; Northwestern En-

ergy Natural Gas $10,130.92;

NSAA Miscellaneous Expenditure

$1,590.00; Nutrien Ag Solutions

Supplies $1,019.80; Office Depot

Inc Supplies $1,147.64; Omaha

World Herald Advertising

$4,056.00; One Source Profes-

sional Services $452.00; Open Air

Nursery Miscellaneous Expenditure

$1,192.50; O''Reilly Auto Parts

Store #398 Vehicle Gasoline

$283.99; Paige Garringer Travel

$88.33; Parker Clarke Travel

$105.00; Parks Veterinary Supplies

$92.01; Patrick McFadden Miscel-

laneous Expenditure $1,115.38;

Patrick Nebesniak Professional

Services $400.00; Patty Lenz

Travel $16.59; Peak Interests LLC

Food $3,360.00; Peripole Inc. Text-

books Consumables $3,151.42;

Perry Guthery Haasa & Gessford

PC LLO Contracted Legal Services

$4,074.00; Platinum Awards & Gifts

Miscellaneous Expenditure $38.00;

Platinum Awards & Gifts Miscella-

neous Expenditure $42.00; Plati-

num Awards & Gifts Miscellaneous

Expenditure $74.95; Pro Ed Inc.

Supplies $916.30; Project Lead The

Way Inc Dues and Fees $5,000.00;

Quality Sound & Water Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $98.00; R8 Pro-

ductions, LLC Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $4,146.40; Raymond

Central High Dues and Fees

$264.00; Reading with TLC Sup-

plies $482.93; Really Good Stuff

Inc Supplies $63.94; Really Good

Stuff Inc Supplies $3,209.96; Re-

media Publications Supplies

$24.99; Rhonda Moseley Travel

$46.17; Rick Mitchell Travel

$394.86; Ron Renken Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $30.80; Rowe

Sanctuary Travel $66.00; Rowe

Sanctuary Miscellaneous Expendi-

ture $25.50; Roxanne Tillotson Mis-

cellaneous Expenditure $160.00;

Runza Southeast Supplies

$170.00; Ryonet Supplies $645.95;

S & S Worldwide Supplies $30.00;

Samantha Louthan Travel $105.00;

Sara Halvorsen Travel $523.50;

Sara Koehler Travel $28.07; Sara

Langan Travel $42.92; Sara Langan

Travel $194.35; Sarah Jones Sup-

plies $15.80; Sayler Screenprinting

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$1,258.47; Sayler Screenprinting

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$223.00; Scholastic Book Clubs

Supplies $152.99; Scholastic Book

Fairs Supplies $24.00; Scholastic

Book Fairs Miscellaneous Expendi-

ture $589.80; Scholastic Inc. Sup-

plies $933.35; School Fix Catalog

Supplies $1,281.65; School Health

Corporation Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $615.63; School Spe-

cialty Inc Supplies $81.04; School

Specialty Inc Supplies $1,595.76;

Scott Steinbrook Miscellaneous

Expenditure $119.00; Shaila Hisey

Kidtopia Travel $140.00; Shar Mu-

sic Miscellaneous Expenditure

$224.25; Sherwin Williams Supplies

$212.78; Shredding Solutions Mis-

cellaneous Expenditure $45.00;

Skeeter Barnes Kearney Miscella-

neous Expenditure $2,188.20; So-

cial Thinking Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $32.71; Sopris West Mis-

cellaneous Expenditure $329.84;

Southpaw Enterprises Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $1,317.84; Spar-

tanNash Family Fresh Food $37.49;

Specialist ID Name Badges

$148.53; Speech Corner Supplies

$72.91; Spracklin Chiropractic

Physicals $270.00; Stacy Bean

Travel $118.78; Stafford House

Books Inc Supplies $350.84;

Stagecraft Theatrical Rental, LLC

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$4,248.70; Stelling Brass & Winds

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$259.00; Stelling Brass & Winds

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$1,890.00; Stelling Brass & Winds

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$1,969.00; Sterling Computers Re-

pairs & Maintenance Services

$26,151.12; Steve Cherry Miscella-

neous Expenditure $417.21; Stuhr

Museum Miscellaneous Expendi-

ture $80.00; Summer Salgado

Travel $105.00; Tara Hiatt Travel

$7.60; Tara Hiatt Travel $6.08; Tara

Hiatt Travel $1.52; Teacher Created

Resources Miscellaneous Expendi-

ture $54.90; Teacher Direct Sup-

plies $19.88; Teacher Synergy Inc

Miscellaneous Expenditure $62.98;

Teacher Synergy Inc Miscellaneous

Expenditure $94.75; Team Con-

cepts Miscellaneous Expenditure

$2,250.00; Tennille Allison Miscel-

laneous Expenditure $41.92; Terri

Bruntz Travel $105.00; Terrie

Maloley Supplies $51.00; The Ca-

reer Academy Travel $835.50; The

Filter Shop Inc Supplies $1,032.86;

The Lampo Group Inc Textbooks

Consumables $439.45; The

Lockmobile Professional Services

$18.00; The Meeting Connection

Travel $315.00; The Thompson Co.

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$230.66; Tiffany Weiss Travel

$61.36; Tiffany Weiss Food $16.94;

Tim's Auto Vehicle Acquistion

$28,463.00; Tina Goodenberger

Teachers $160.00; Titan Machinery

Repairs & Maintenance Services

$318.61; Tobii Dynavox LLC Sup-

plies $895.50; Tori Stofferson

Travel $205.90; Trisha Abels Travel

$12.06; Troy DeHaven Travel

$150.80; UCA Universal Cheer-

leaders Assn Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $7,212.00; Unite Private

Networks LLC Purchased Service

Telephone $1,967.32; US Bank

Cardmember Service Supplies

$105.00; US Bank Cardmember

Service Supplies $67.95; US Bank

Cardmember Service Supplies

$13.97; US Bank Cardmember

Service Supplies $780.66; US Bank

Cardmember Service Supplies

$132.68; US Bank Cardmember

Service Technology Software

$325.00; US Bank Cardmember

Service Supplies $49.95; US Bank

Cardmember Service Travel

$416.75; US Bank Cardmember

Service Professional Services

$214.00; US Bank Cardmember

Service Travel $1,255.08; US Bank

Cardmember Service Supplies

$4,898.38; US Bank Cardmember

Service Vehicle Gasoline $370.38;

US Bank Cardmember Service

Driver License/Criminal History

$6.00; US Bank Cardmember Serv-

ice Travel $2,418.38; US Bank

Cardmember Service Travel

$2,384.09; US Bank Cardmember

Service Travel $1,850.04; US Bank

Cardmember Service Supplies

$89.00; US Bank Cardmember

Service Travel $107.08; US Bank

Cardmember Service Travel

$3,150.00; US Bank Cardmember

Service Miscellaneous Expenditure

$12.55; US Bank Cardmember

Service Miscellaneous Expenditure

$1,301.67; US Bank Cardmember

Service Travel $928.45; US Bank

Cardmember Service Supplies

$17.99; US Bank Cardmember

Service Supplies $15.96; US Bank

Cardmember Service Supplies

$15.97; US Bank Cardmember

Service Transportation Charges

$764.88; US Bank Cardmember

Service Travel $1,292.00; US Bank

Cardmember Service Miscellane-

ous Expenditure $1,032.00; US

Bank Cardmember Service Travel

$71.00; US Bank Cardmember

Service Miscellaneous Expenditure

$85.00; US Bank Cardmember

Service Miscellaneous Expenditure

$1,482.35; US Bank Cardmember

Service Miscellaneous Expenditure

$885.21; US Bank Cardmember

Service Miscellaneous Expenditure

$1,132.96; US Bank Cardmember

Service Miscellaneous Expenditure

$237.34; US Games Sport Supply

Group Inc Textbooks Supplemen-

tals $31.19; USA Communications

Purchased Service Telephone

$974.99; Verdis Group LLC Profes-

sional Services $4,633.00; Verizon

Wireless Purchased Service Tele-

phone $91.49; Verizon Wireless

Purchased Service Telephone

$51.80; Verizon Wireless Pur-

chased Service Telephone $99.75;

Verizon Wireless Purchased Serv-

ice Telephone $40.01; Verizon

Wireless Purchased Service Tele-

phone $23.86; Verizon Wireless

Purchased Service Telephone

$86.63; Verizon Wireless Pur-

chased Service Telephone $18.19;

Verizon Wireless Purchased Serv-

ice Telephone $18.19; Verizon

Wireless Purchased Service Tele-

phone $18.19; Verizon Wireless

Purchased Service Telephone

$18.19; Verizon Wireless Pur-

chased Service Telephone $18.19;

Verizon Wireless Purchased Serv-

ice Telephone $96.98; Verizon

Wireless Purchased Service Tele-

phone $18.19; Verizon Wireless

Purchased Service Telephone

$18.19; Verizon Wireless Pur-

chased Service Telephone

$214.92; W.T. Cox Subscriptions

Periodicals $81.07; Walmart Com-

munity BRC Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $4,259.54; Walsworth

Publishing Company Miscellaneous

Expenditure $12,380.00; West Mu-

sic Company Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $247.38; World's Finest

Chocolate Miscellaneous Expend-

iture $1,595.00; Wyhe's Choice

Fundraising Miscellaneous Ex-

penditure $2,537.00; Yandas Music

Miscellaneous Expenditure

$2,155.00; Yu Guang Guo Miscel-

laneous Expenditure $14.45; ZOHO

Corp Technology Software

$3,345.00

SPECIAL BUILDING FUND

CLAIMS TO REPORT

FOR JUNE 2019

 

BD Construction Building Ac-

quitions and Improvements

$100,120.30; First National Bank

Fremont Interest on Long Term

Debt $1,814,489.38; Miller & Asso-

ciates Consulting Engineers Build-

ing Acquitions and Improvements

$1,985.00; WILKINS Architecture

Design Planning Building Ac-

quitions and Improvements

$306,087.62; Yandas Music Build-

ing Acquitions and Improvements

$3,308.96

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PUBLIC NOTICE:

 

Industrial Tower West, LLC is

participating in a real estate trans-

action involving the acquisition of

the existing 180-foot self-support

telecommunications tower located

at 18750 Pawnee Road, Gibbon,

Buffalo County, Nebraska 68840

(40° 51' 29.24" North and 98° 50'

12.60" West). The Federal Commu-

nications Commission (FCC) An-

tenna Structure Registration (ASR,

Form 854) filing number is

A1136491.

ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS -

Interested persons may review the

application

(www.fcc.gov/asr/applications)

by entering the filing number. Envi-

ronmental concerns may be raised

by filing a Request for Environmen-

tal Review

(www.fcc.gov/asr/

environmentalrequest) and online

filings are strongly encouraged. The

mailing address to file a paper copy

is: FCC Requests for Environmental

Review, Attn: Ramon Williams, 445

12th Street SW, Washington, DC

20554.

HISTORIC PROPERTIES EF-

FECTS - Public comments regard-

ing potential effects on historic

properties may be submitted within

30 days from the date of this publi-

cation to: Ms. Jessica Engelbart,

Terracon, 15080 A Circle, Omaha,

NE 68144; 402-330-2202;

jessica.engelbart@terracon.com.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

ON THE PROPOSED

SECOND INCREMENT JOINT

INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT

PLAN COOPERATIVELY

DEVELOPED BY THE

CENTRAL PLATTE NATURAL

RESOURCES DISTRICT AND

THE NEBRASKA

DEPARTMENT OF

NATURAL RESOURCES

 

Pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. §

46-718(1), the Central Platte Natu-

ral Resources District (District) and

the Nebraska Department of Natu-

ral Resources (Department) hereby

provide notice that the District and

the Department shall hold a public

hearing on July 15, 2019, at 3:00

p.m.(CDT) at the Central Platte Nat-

ural Resources District Office, 215

Kaufman Ave, Grand Island, NE

68803. There will be an information

session held at 2:30 p.m. (CDT)pr-

ior to the hearing at the same loca-

tion.

As required by Neb. Rev. Stat. §

46-718(1), the purpose of the hear-

ing is to take testimony concerning

the proposed Second Increment

Joint Integrated Management Plan

Cooperatively Developed by the

Central Platte Natural Resources

District and the Nebraska Depart-

ment of Natural Resources (IMP)

and proposed controls. The geo-

graphic area subject to the pro-

posed IMP is the entirety of the

land area within the District bound-

ary. A general description of the

contents of the proposed IMP in-

cludes the following: Effective

Date; Authority; Maps and Man-

agement Area Boundaries; Vision;

Funding; Science and Methods;

First Increment Accomplishments;

Goals and Objectives; and Action

Items, which include Controls and

Triggers, and Monitoring and Eval-

uation. The District will continue

existing groundwater controlswhich

are: 1) groundwater moratorium, 2)

certification of groundwater uses,

3) groundwater variances, 4)

groundwater transfers, and 5) mu-

nicipal and industrial accounting.

The Department will continue the

existing surface water controls

which are: 1) maintaining the mora-

torium on new surface water ap-

propriations and on expanded sur-

face water uses; 2) transfers of ap-

propriations are subject to statutory

criteria and Department rules; 3)

continuation of surface water ad-

ministration and monitoring of use

of surface water; 4) no additional

requirements of surface water ap-

propriators to use additional

conservation measures; and 5) no

other reasonable restrictions on

surface water use.

Further information regarding the

proposed IMP and proposed con-

trols, or the full text of the pro-

posed IMP and proposed controls,

may be obtained via the District's

website at www.cpnrd.org or by

telephone at (308) 385-6282, or the

Department's website at dnr.nebra-

ska.gov or by telephone at (402)

471-2363.

Any interested person may ap-

pear at the hearing and present

written or oral testimony concern-

ing the proposed IMP and pro-

posed controls. Testimony relevant

to the purposes of the hearing may

also be submitted in writing by 5:00

p.m. (CDT) July 12, 2019, to either

Central Platte Natural Resources

District, 215 Kaufman Ave, Grand

Island, NE 68803-4915 or by elec-

tronic mail to cpnrd@cpnrd.org, or

to Department of Natural Re-

sources, P.O. Box 94676, Lincoln,

NE 68509-4676, or by electronic

mail to dnr.legalfile@nebraska.gov.

Individuals with disabilities may re-

quest auxiliary aids and service

necessary for participation by con-

tacting the District or Department

by telephone at the numbers listed

above or in writing to the ad-

dresses above by 5:00 p.m. (CDT)

June 25, 2019.

Following the public hearing on

the proposed IMP and proposed

controls, the District and the De-

partment will make a joint decision

within 60 days as to whether to im-

plement the proposed IMP with or

without modifications and whether

to adopt and implement the

groundwater controls and surface

water controls proposed in the

IMP.

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NOTICE

Meeting Proceedings

Kearney Public Schools

Board of Education

Regular Meeting

Monday, June 10, 2019

5:30 P.M.

Cope Presentation Room

Sunrise Middle School

Kearney, NE 68847

 

At its June 10, 2019 regular

meeting, the Kearney Public

Schools Board of Education took

the following action:

1. Recognized KHS students

Miko Maessner, Class A 100 and

200 Meter Champion; and Elle

Dahlgren, Class A 300 Hurdle

Champion and All-Class Gold

Champion, at the Nebraska State

Track Meet

2. Recognized the KHS Nebraska

High School Theater Academy

Award winners-Outstanding Actor

in a Lead Role- Drew Sinnard; Out-

standing Actress in a Lead

Role-Grace Clark and Jessica

Kolbo; Outstanding Musical Thea-

ter Production-KHS; Outstanding

Educator Award-Kari Vyhlidal; and

2019 National Finalists-Drew

Sinnard and Grace Clark; and Drew

Sinnard, nominee for the "Jimmy

Award".

3. Heard a report from Jeff Ganz,

district security committee

chairperson, on the work of the dis-

trict security committee during the

2018-2019 school year, and plan-

ned activities for the 2019-2020

school year

4. Heard a report from Kent

Cordes of BD Construction on the

construction and renovation proj-

ects at Northeast Elementary

School and Sunrise Middle School

5. Heard a report from Dr. Kent

Edwards on legislation passed in

the 2019 session of the Nebraska

Unicameral that relates to educa-

tion

6. Approved the minutes of the

May 13, 2019 regular Board of

Education meeting, as presented

7. Approved the June, 2019

claims, as presented

8. Approved the June, 2019 fi-

nancial reports, as presented

9. Approved the following check

signing authority for the remainder

of 2019 at Nebraskaland Bank-Pre-

sident and Secretary of the Board

of Education, Mr. Chris Nelson, and

Mrs. JenaeDahlstedt

10. Accepted the resignations of

Michelle Seeba, Spanish teacher at

Kearney High School; and Angie

Ourada,1st grade teacher a Bryant

Elementary School; with regret, and

effective immediately; and the res-

ignation of Craig McCurry, special

education teacher at Kearney High

School, with regret, and pending

the district's ability to secure a suit-

able replacement for him

11. Approved the employment of

the following teaching staff in the

Kearney Public Schools for the

2019-2020 school year: Tammy

Rehtus, BA+9, Step 8, 1.00 FTE

math teacher at Kearney High

School; Rylan Cheney, MA, Step 8,

1.00 FTE 8th grade science teacher

at Sunrise Middle School; Jacob

Consbruck, BA, Step 1, 1.00 FTE

music teacher at Kenwood Elemen-

tary School; Jessica Berst, BA,

Step 1, 1.00 FTE special education

teacher at Bryant Elementary

School; Michael Livingston, BA,

Step 1, 1.00 FTE math teacher at

Kearney High School; and Holly

French, BA, Step 8, 1.00 FTE 4th

grade teacher at Bryant Elementary

School

12. Ratified the Negotiated

Agreement with the Kearney

Education Association for all

non-supervisory certificated em-

ployees of the Kearney Public

Schools, for the 2019-2020 school

year

13. Moved to approve an average

increase in total compensation of

4% for classified employees; an

average increase in total compen-

sation of 3 1/2% for classified/

exempt employees; and an average

increase in total compensation of 3

1/2% for administrative staff, in the

Kearney Public Schools, for the

2019-2020 school year

14. Accepted the bid of Com-

puter Hardware of Kearney for

Lenovo 300e Chromebooks, in the

amount of $210,273.84, for 6th

graders, 9th graders, and elemen-

tary computer labs

15. Announced that beginning in

July, 2019, the regular Board of

Education meetings will be held in

the Staff Development Room of the

Administration Building, 320 West

24th Street, Kearney, NE 68845

16. Adjourned the meeting

The next regular meeting of the

Kearney Public Schools Board of

Education will be held on Monday,

July 8, 2019 at 5:30 PM in the Staff

Development Room of the Admin-

istration Building, 320 West 24th

St., Kearney, Nebraska 68845.

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NOTICE

 

The Committee Meeting of the

Board of Directors of The Central

Nebraska Public Power and Irriga-

tion District will be held on June 21,

2019 at 9:00 AM (MST) at the Lake

McConaughy Visitors Center lo-

cated at 1475 Hwy 61 N., Ogallala,

NE 69153. A current agenda is

available at the Office of the Assis-

tant Secretary at 415 Lincoln St.,

Holdrege, NE 68949.

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NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION

OF ROCKING R ENTERPRISES,

L.L.C.

 

Notice is hereby given that

ROCKING R ENTERPRISES,

L.L.C., a Nebraska limited liability

company, has been organized un-

der the laws of the State of Ne-

braska. The street and mailing ad-

dress of the Company's designated

office is 26650 355th Road, Pleas-

anton, Nebraska 68866. The name,

street and mailing address of the

initial agent for service of process

of the Company is Garrett K.

Reese, 26650 355th Road, Pleas-

anton, Nebraska 68866.

ROCKING R ENTERPRISES,

L.L.C.

Smith, Johnson, Baack, Placzek,

Allen, Connick & Hansen Attorneys

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PARKER, GROSSART,

BAHENSKY, BEUCKE,

BOWMAN &

SYMINGTON, L.L.P.

Attorneys

NOTICE

OF INCORPORATION OF

TRI-CITY YOUTH ICE HOCKEY

ASSOCIATION

 

Notice is hereby given that

Tri-City Youth Ice Hockey Associa-

tion is incorporated under the laws

of the State of Nebraska as a pub-

lic benefit corporation. The corpo-

ration has a delayed effective date

and shall be considered organized

on June 1, 2019. The street ad-

dress of the corporation's initial

registered office is 1516 1st Ave-

nue, Kearney, NE 68847 and Da-

mon T. Bahensky is the registered

agent at that office. Susan Nick-

erson is the incorporator of the cor-

poration. The corporation will have

members.

DATED: May 2, 2019.

Susan Nickerson, Incorporator

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