NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

STATE OF NEBRASKA )

) SS:

COUNTY OF BUFFALO )

Notice is hereby given that by vir-

tue of a Writ of Execution issued by

Sharmin Gonzales, Clerk of the

Buffalo County Court, in an action

where in JOSEPH G. SOBOTKA is

plaintiff, vs. AUSTIN FRICKE is De-

fendant, Case CI17-2318, the fol-

lowing described property owned

by AUSTIN FRICKE has been lev-

ied upon:

(1) 2002 Buick Century

Custom 4 door sedan

(VIN #2G4WS52J421288714)

(2) 1990 Ford F-250

(VIN #1FTEF26N2LPA00998)

 

and will be offered for sale to the

highest bidder for cash subject to

prior encumbrances.

Said sale to be held at 9:00 o'cl-

ock a.m. on the 6th day of Decem-

ber, 2018 at the Law Enforcement

Center Impound Lot - located at

120 East Railroad, City of Kearney,

Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Said sale to be held open

one-half hour.

Cash or certificate of credit due

at beginning of sale for bid to be

accepted.

Cash or certified funds, to be

paid the day of Sale.

Dated this 7th day of November,

20918.

Neil A. Miller,

Buffalo County Sheriff

Jake L. Valentine #90921

Deputy

ZNEZ N10,17,27,D1

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE

 

For default in the payment of

debt secured by a deed of trust ex-

ecuted by Polly A. Hays and James

M. Hays, dated February 28, 2006,

and recorded on March 2, 2006,

Document No. 20061415 in the Of-

fice of the Recorder of Deeds, Buf-

falo County, Nebraska, the under-

signed Successor Trustee will on

December 4, 2018, at 10:00 AM, at

the West Door by the Main Foyer of

the Buffalo County, Courthouse,

Kearney, Nebraska, sell at public

vendue to the highest bidder for

cash:

Lots 1542 and 1543, original

Town of Kearney Junction, now

the City of Kearney, Buffalo

County, Nebraska, commonly

known as 1422 Avenue C, Kearney,

NE, 68847

subject to all prior easements, re-

strictions, reservations, covenants

and encumbrances now of record,

if any, to satisfy the debt and costs.

Edward E. Brink,

Successor Trustee

First Publication:

October 27, 2018

NOTICE

 

Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collec-

tion Practices Act, 15 U.S.C.

§1692c(b), no information concern-

ing the collection of this debt may

be given without the prior consent

of the consumer given directly to

the debt collector or the express

permission of a court of competent

jurisdiction. The debt collector is

attempting to collect a debt and

any information obtained will be

used for that purpose (No. 196080).

For more information, visit

www.Southlaw.com

 

ZNEZ O27,N3,10,17,24

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE

 

For default in the payment of

debt secured by a deed of trust ex-

ecuted by Brenda A Skiles, dated

March 30, 2012, and recorded on

April 2, 2012, Document No.

2012-2141 in the Office of the Re-

corder of Deeds, Buffalo County,

Nebraska, the undersigned Suc-

cessor Trustee will on December 4,

2018, at 10:00 AM, at the West

Door by the Main Foyer of the Buf-

falo County, Courthouse, Kearney,

Nebraska, sell at public vendue to

the highest bidder for cash:

Lot 34, Block 2, Arrowhead

Hills Subdivision to the City of

Kearney, Buffalo County, Ne-

braska, commonly known as 10

Sioux Ln, Kearney, NE 68847

subject to all prior easements, re-

strictions, reservations, covenants

and encumbrances now of record,

if any, to satisfy the debt and costs.

Edward E. Brink,

Successor Trustee

First Publication:

October 27, 2018

NOTICE

 

Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collec-

tion Practices Act, 15 U.S.C.

§1692c(b), no information concern-

ing the collection of this debt may

be given without the prior consent

of the consumer given directly to

the debt collector or the express

permission of a court of competent

jurisdiction. The debt collector is

attempting to collect a debt and

any information obtained will be

used for that purpose (No. 210556).

For more information, visit

www.Southlaw.com

 

ZNEZ O27,N3,10,17,24

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE

STATE OF NEBRASKA )

) SS:

COUNTY OF BUFFALO )

Notice is hereby given that by vir-

tue of a Writ of Execution issued by

Sharmin Gonzales, Clerk of the

Buffalo County Court, in an action

where in KEARNEY CONCRETE

CO. is plaintiff, vs JON MCDANIEL

D/B/A TORP CONSTRUCTION is

Defendant, Case CI17-1399, the

following described property

owned by JON MCDANIEL D/B/A

TORP CONSTRUCTION has been

levied upon:

(1) 2006 Ford Super Duty

Extended Cab P/U

w/Utility Box

(VIN #1FTSX21546EB61294)

 

and will be offered for sale to the

highest bidder for cash subject to

prior encumbrances.

Said sale to be held at 9:00 o'cl-

ock a.m. on the 13th day of De-

cember, 2018 at the Law Enforce-

ment Center Impound Lot - located

at 120 East Railroad, City of Kear-

ney, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Said sale to be held open

one-half hour.

Cash or certificate of credit due

at beginning of sale for bid to be

accepted.

Cash or certified funds, to be

paid the day of sale.

Dated this 13th day of November,

2018.

Neil A. Miller,

Buffalo County Sheriff

Jake L. Valentine #90921

Deputy

ZNEZ N17,24,D1,8

NOTICE

VILLAGE OF PLEASANTON

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

MEETING OF

NOVEMBER 13, 2018

AT 7:00 P.M.

PLEASANTON COMMUNITY

CENTER

 

Notice of the meeting was given

in advance by posting in three pub-

lic places, a designated method of

giving notice. Notice of the meeting

and a copy of their acknowledg-

ment of the receipt of the agenda

were communicated in advance

and in the notice to the

Chairperson and Board of Trustees

of this meeting. A true, correct and

complete copy of said Ordinance

can be viewed at the Village Office

during regular business hours. All

proceedings were taken while the

convened meeting was open to the

All proceedings were taken while

the convened meeting was open to

the attendance of the public.

The following Trustees were

present at the meeting: Keith Ras-

mussen, Michael Stubbs, Mike

Tracy, Candi Lewis Absent: Randy

Tolles Also present: Leora Hof-

mann

Stubbs moved and Rasmussen

seconded that Mike Tracy be

Chairman Pro Tem. Yes: Rasmus-

sen, Tracy, Lewis, & Tracy. Absent:

Tolles, No: none MC

The meeting was called to order

by Tracyat 7:10 p.m.

Tracy announced to all present

that the Open Meeting Laws are

posted in the Community Center.

7:12 p.m. Tolles present.

A motion was made by Rasmus-

senand seconded by Stubbs to ap-

prove the Nov. 13, 2018 agenda.

Yes: Rasmussen, Stubbs, Lewis,

Tolles, Tracy No: none. Absent:

none MC

A motion was made by Stubbs

and seconded by Tolles to approve

the Oct. 9, 2018 minutes. Yes:

Stubbs, Tolles, Rasmussen, Lewis,

Tracy No: none. Absent: none MC

No maintenance report was

given.

Phil Dixon was present and dis-

cussion was made on Cemetery

land.

It was discussed to get quotes on

going underground with street

lights in the park.

Rasmussen moved and Stubbs

seconded to approve Chairman to

sign the Certification of City Street

Superintendent for determining In-

centive Payment for year 2018.

Yes: Rasmussen, Stubbs, Tolles,

Lewis & Tracy No: none Absent:

none MC

Tolles Introduced Ordinance No.

2018-O-6 entitled: AN ORDI-

NANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF

PLEASANTON, BUFFALO

COUNTY, NEBRASKA, AMEND-

ING CHAPTER 1, ARTICLE IV PER-

TAINING TO FISCAL MANAGE-

MENT; TO ADD THERETO SEC-

TIONS PERTAINING TO SALES

AND USE TAXES; TO IMPLEMENT

A SALES AND USE TAX; TO PRO-

VIDE FOR APPLICATION OF

SALES TAX PROCEEDS; TO RE-

PEAL ALL ORDINANCES OR

PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CON-

FLICT HEREWITH; TO PROVIDE

FOR SEVERABILITY AND TO PRO-

VIDE THE EFFECTIVE DAY

HEREOF.

It was then moved by Rasmus-

sen and seconded by Stubbs that

the statutory rule requiring that the

Ordinance be read by title on three

different days be suspended. Yes:

Rasmussen, Stubbs, Lewis, Tolles

and Tracy. Absent: None No: None.

MC

The Chairman declared the mo-

tion carried and said statutory rules

suspended.

Thereupon the Chairman de-

clared said Ordinance No.

2018-O-6 was read by title and it

was moved by Rasmussen and se-

conded by Tolles that Ordinance

2018-O-6 be passed and adopted.

The Chairman stated that the ques-

tion was: "Shall Ordinance No.

2018-O-6be passed and adopted?"

Yes: Rasmussen, Tolles, Stubbs,

Lewis, and Tracy Absent: none No:

None. MC

Thereupon the Chairman de-

clared said Ordinance No.

2018-O-6 duly passed and

adopted.

Stubbs moved and Rasmussen

seconded the approval of claims

and employee hours, Treasurer's

Report, and Funds to be wired for

GO Bond Interest. Yes: Stubbs,

Rasmussen, Lewis, Tolles and

Tracy No: none Absent: MC

General Fund- $6,437.89, Street

Fund- $3,533.52 Water Fund-

$4,248.22, Sewer Fund- $7,416.90

Cemetery Fund-$2496.11, Gross

payroll $7,176.42 IRS taxes

$1,903.98 NE Dept Rev-Sales Tax

$548.96 All Makes-parts $90.93

Dawson Public Power- electricity

$1,493.69BlackHills Energy-natural

gas -$92.60 Buffalo County Sher-

iff-contract $151.58 DTCC-Bond

Int $2,688.00 EMC-Ins. $395.00

Frontier-telephone $75.65 & $55.40

Hand Machining-UPS water tests

$86.45 Leora Hofmann-mileage re-

imb $21.80 Johnson Service Co-

service $5,514.60 Kearney Hub-

publish $113.03 Menards-sup

$84.18 NE Public Health Lab-water

tests $15.00Nebr Municipal Clerk-

's-dues $25.00 Pleasanton Irrig.-

-supplies $16.15 Post Of-

fice-stamps $305.00 Pleasanton

School-Liquor License fee $300.00

Ravenna Sanitation-Waste Haul

$84.00 & $1,946.00 RLI Ins Bond

$250.00 T & C Bank-wire fee

$15.00 Verizon- cell phone $111.45

Village of Pleasanton petty

cash-postage $16.70 Intuit-payroll

$6.33 Trotter Service-fuel $765.79

UNO-registration $393.00 Xfer from

Gen to Util. Deposit- $150.00 Cem-

etery- Trotter Service- fuel $15.00

Xfer to Gen from Cemetery wages

$2,481.11

With no other business to dis-

cuss,Tracyadjourned the meeting

at 8:10 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Leora Hofmann

ZNEZ N24,t1

 

NOTICE

Kearney, Nebraska

November 13, 2018

 

Pastor John Watson provided the

Invocation. Two Boy Scouts from

Troop 158 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 November 13,

2018 at 5:30 p.m. with the following

Council Members responding to

roll call: Randy Buschkoetter,

Bruce Lear, Bob Lammers, and

Jonathan Nikkila. Absent: None.

City Clerk recorded the minutes.

Administrative personnel were also

present. Notice of the meeting had

been given according to law.

Mayor Clouse welcomed mem-

bers from the local Boys Town and

issued a proclamation for Recogni-

tion of November 17 as National

Adoption Day.

There was no Unfinished Busi-

ness.

Public Hearings:

1. & 2. Council conducted and

closed the public hearings and

unanimously approved final action

on the Rezoning and Planned Dis-

trict Development Plan for property

located at the Southwest corner of

29th Street and 2nd Avenue which

these items were previously heard,

voted on and approved at the Oc-

tober 9, 2018 City Council meeting.

3. Council conducted and closed

the public hearing on the applica-

tion submitted by Blessing, LLC

dba Blessing Premier Property for

Ron Blessing. By unanimous vote

suspended the rules requiring the

reading of ordinances on three dif-

ferent days and placed Ordinance

No. 8295 for a Conditional Use

Permit to temporarily store dirt on

property zoned District AG, Agri-

cultural District and described as

part of the East half of the North-

east Quarter of the Northeast Quar-

ter in Section 5, Township 8 North,

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

Buffalo County, Nebraska (3985

Coal Chute Road) on first reading

by number only. Ordinance No.

8295 was read by number. By

unanimous vote, Ordinance No.

8295 was passed, approved and

ordered published as required by

law and made available to the pub-

lic at the Office of the City Clerk,

the City Police Department and the

Public Library.

4. Council conducted and closed

the public hearing and unanimously

adopted Resolution No. 2018-167

and accepted written comments on

the proposed improvements; and

to meet clean water and drinking

water SRF funding program re-

quirements pertaining to water

main improvements, sewer main

improvements and looping water

main

Consent Agenda:

By unanimous vote the following

items were approved:

1. Minutes of Regular Meeting

held October 23, 2018.

2. C L A I M S

PS - Personnel Services

SMCS - Supplies, Materials &

Contractual Services

ER - Equipment Rental

CO - Capital Outlay

DS - Debt Service

Acme Rentals $950.78 co; Alfred

Benesch $7,449.40 co; All City

Garage Door $2,026.00 smcs; Ally

B Designs $350.00 smcs; Amazon

$2,544.99 smcs; American First Aid

$142.81 smcs; Ask Supply Co.

$1,607.34 smcs; Aurora Coop

$82.96 smcs; Baird Holm

$5,092.50 smcs; Baker & Taylor

$8,562.28 smcs; Baughman,J

$26.17 smcs; Becker,J $42.00

smcs; Beehive Industries $7,679.00

smcs; Blackstone Publishing

$1,066.22 smcs; Blessing, Inc.

$11,744.65 co; Blevins,D $270.00

smcs; BlueCrossBlueShield

$85,658.98 smcs; Blueglobes

$297.09 smcs; Bomgar Corpora-

tion $3,781.29 smcs; Bosselman

$20,936.59 smcs; Brandt,D

$125.00 smcs; Bridget Lavene

Consulting $2,500.00 smcs; Bril-

liance Publishing $8.99 smcs;

Broadfoot Sand & Gravel $2,568.50

smcs; Bryant,S $50.00 smcs;

Budler,P $24.00 smcs; Buffalo Co.

Commissioners $3,501.49 co; Buf-

falo Co. Reg. of Deeds $28.00

smcs; Buffalo Co Court $101.61

ps; Builders $52.63 smcs; Cap-

stone Press $4,514.75 smcs;

Cash-Wa $542.06 smcs; CDW

Government $2,200.00 smcs; Cen-

ter Point Print $75.96 smcs; Central

NE Sod Supply $1,507.40 co;

Chesterman $397.20 smcs; Chief

Supply $212.13 smcs; Child's

World $2,003.75 smcs; Chris-

tensen,C $340.00 smcs; Cigna

$7,376.18 smcs; Cissell, Blair

&Jerromy $32.20 smcs; City of Ky

$60,578.61 smcs, ps; Colling,G

$1,025.00 smcs; Comcate

$8,261.69 smcs; Comm. Act.

Part.-Mid NE $5,181.60 smcs;

Consolidated Management

$1,062.11 smcs; Core & Main

$12,018.24 smcs; Country Partners

$39,581.45 smcs; Crane River The-

ater $450.00 smcs; Creative Sites,

LLC $82,758.00 smcs; Credit Man-

agement $81.35 ps; Crouch Recre-

ation $441.00 co; Cummins

$454.93 smcs; Dawson Public

Power $31,573.88 smcs; Debban,

Harold & Eileen $195.00 smcs; De-

pository Trust $3,465,816.79 ds;

Dettman,J $90.00 smcs; Dish Net-

work $152.62 smcs; DPC Indus-

tries $8,377.81 smcs; Dutton

Lainson $124.18 smcs; Eagle Dis-

tributing $164.50 smcs; Eakes

$467.63 smcs; Engineered Controls

$29.70 smcs; Eustis Body Shop

$97.50 smcs; Farmers Coop

$972.00 smcs; Fastenal $10,409.73

co; Fearnley,M $63.77 smcs; Fedex

$29.39 smcs; First Lutheran

Church $2,500.00 smcs; Flaherty,T

$370.00 smcs; Freeze,M $40.00

smcs; Gabel,K $8.66 smcs; Gale

$856.87 smcs; General Traffic Con-

trols $2,220.00 smcs; Goos,R

$110.00 smcs; Habitat for Human-

ity $168.72 smcs; Hawthorne Jew-

elry $20,000.00 co; HM Life Insur-

ance Co. $48,181.60 smcs; HOA

Solutions $491.25 smcs; Hoehner

Turf $165.00 smcs; Hoffman,R

$791.00 co; Hometown Leasing

$159.08 smcs; Hotsy Equipment

$190.39 smcs; ICMA Retirement

Trust $7,114.08 ps;Insite Instru-

mentation $137.00 smcs; Inte-

grated Security Sol. $340.00 smcs;

IRS $149,816.69 ps; Jack Leder-

man $733.34 smcs; Jack's Uni-

forms $431.64 smcs; Jensen,J

$47.12 smcs; Johnsen Engineering

$2,400.00 smcs; KABA $775.00

smcs; Kantaras,J $933.35 co; Ky

Animal Shelter $15,616.00 smcs;

Ky Catholic $1,242.28 smcs; Ky

Comm. Foundation $1,100.00

smcs; Ky Visitors Bureau

$53,540.14 smcs; Kiplinger Tax

Letter $76.00 smcs; Konica Minolta

$1,090.35 smcs; Larue Distributing

$72.00 smcs; Laser Technology

$3,990.00 co; Leach,C $66.87

smcs; League of NE Municipalities

$90.00 smcs; Lerner Publishing

$3,297.85 smcs; Lindner,S $20.00

smcs; Love Signs of GI $1,940.00

smcs; Lowe,B $981.50 co; Luft,J

$4.35 smcs; Magic Cleaning

$7,640.00 smcs; Marlatt Machine

$1,446.15 smcs;

Matheson-Linweld $70.49 smcs;

McDowell,J $31.00 smcs; Mead

Lumber $87.59 smcs; Merryman

Perf. Arts Cent. $72.15 smcs;

Mid-NE Garage Doors $955.00

smcs; Midwest Connect $9,196.16

smcs;Miller& Associates $8,942.28

smcs,co; Miller Signs $304.00

smcs; Mirror Image $171.30 smcs;

Modin,N $1,319.00 co; Municipal

Code $4,225.91 smcs; Municipal

Supply $6,644.70 smcs; Murphy

Tractor $3,032.49 smcs; Navigator

Motorcoaches $611.00 smcs; NE

Child Support $1,991.97 ps; NE

Environmental $150.13 smcs; NE

Public Health $660.00 smcs; NE

Safety & Fire Equip. $794.00 smcs;

NE Statewide Arboretum $130.00

smcs; NELTC $450.00 smcs; New-

ell,B $187.50 smcs; Northwestern

Energy $4,787.32 smcs; NP Realty

$1,422.25 co; One Call Concepts

$451.02 smcs; Overhead Door

$108.94 smcs; Ownes,J $261.54

co; Payflex Systems $4.25 smcs;

Pep Co $450.00 smcs; Pickens,C

$50.00 smcs; Platte Valley Comm

$210.00 smcs; Platte Valley Labo-

ratories $617.50 smcs; Poppe,B

$137.25 smcs; Pospahala,K $55.00

smcs; Post,M $39.21 smcs; Power

Tech $396.76 smcs; Presto-X

$365.23 smcs; R&J Development

$6,196.07 smcs; Radiant Heating &

Air $1,515.00 smcs; Rauert,B

$31.00 smcs; Ready Mixed Con-

crete $151.67 smcs; Recorded

Books $59.43 smcs; Rohwer,A

$758.03 co; Rourke Publishing

Group $2,371.45 smcs; S & J Con-

struction $19,400.60 smcs; S & P

Rentals $711.84 smcs; S2O Design

& Engineering $18,570.00 smcs;

Schindler Elevator Co. $1,154.64

smcs; School District #7 $6,440.35

smcs; Schriner,S $100.00 smcs;

Schwarz,Z $164.50 smcs; See

Clear Cleaning $3,750.00 smcs;

Silverstone Group $4,860.00 smcs;

Siteonel Landscape Supply

$7,430.57 smcs; Sonetics Corpora-

tion $275.46 smcs; SOS Portable

Toilets $629.50 smcs; Southern

Glaziers Wine $1,559.24 smcs;

Southernwestern Sales $8,278.01

co; Strategic Materials $489.68

smcs; Superion $7,040.00 co; Sup-

plyworks $216.28 smcs; Taillon,R

$27.00 smcs; The Vault Self-Sto-

rage $180.00 smcs; Thompson,J

$31.00 smcs; Todco Barricade

$21,200.00 smcs,co; Trade Well

Pallet $6,800.00 co; Tri-Cities

Group $293.15 smcs; Tye & Rowl-

ing $13,854.35 smcs; Tyler Tech-

nologies $1,529.25 smcs; Union

Bank & Trust $76,682.69 ps; US

Bank $131,713.10 smcs; Valley

Forklift Sales $286.48 smcs; Van

Diest Supply $2,709.50 smcs; Van

Horn,S $48.92 smcs; Verbeck,D

$100.08 smcs; Verizon $7,081.26

smcs; Village Uniform $305.70

smcs; Walters Electric $500.00

smcs; Ward Laboratories $19.25

smcs; Warren T Plumbing $190.00

smcs; Watson,T $324.71 smcs;

Watts,J $135.00 smcs; Wells Fargo

$113,717.98 ds; Wilco Life Insur-

ance $10.00 ps; William Thurston

$572.08 co; Winter Equipment

$9,002.10 smcs; Yant Equipment

$299.50 smcs; Zozaya,A $100.00

smcs; Payroll Ending 10/27/2018 --

$458,077.91. The foregoing sched-

ule of claims is published in ac-

cordance with Section 19-1102 of

the Revised Statutes of Nebraska,

and is published at an expense of

$91.49 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 CG-122522 liq-

uor license application and man-

ager application for Travis Evans

submitted by Angus Burgers &

Shakes located at 421 West

Talmadge Street, Suite 3.

4. Authorize the Mayor to send a

letter of no recommendation to the

Nebraska Liquor Control Commis-

sion on the manager application for

Lloyd Lawson submitted by Ameri-

can Legion Post 52 located at 1223

Central Avenue in connection with

their Class C-009067 liquor license.

5. Adopt Resolution No.

2018-168 appointing the terms va-

cated by Jim McKeon and David

Crook on the Planning Commis-

sion.

6. Approve the purchase of a

2020 Kenworth T370 Chassis with

a 2019 Vactor Ram Jet 850 Sewer

Jet Body Sanitary Sewer Jet Truck

in the amount of $265,903.65 sub-

mitted by Nebraska Environmental

Products under the Sourcewell Co-

operative Purchasing program to

be used in Utilities Department.

7. Approve the purchase of a

Ditch Witch JT10 Jet Trac Direc-

tional Drill and pumping equipment

in the amount of $174,634.03 sub-

mitted by Ditch Witch UNDERCON

under the Sourcewell Cooperative

Purchasing program to be used in

Utilities Department.

8. Adopt Resolution No.

2018-169 approving the Developer

Constructed Infrastructure Agree-

ment between the City of Kearney

and KAAPA Ethanol Holdings, LLC,

for the construction of a water main

to serve a parcel of land being Lots

1 and 2, Block 2, Lake Villa Estates

an addition to the City of Kearney,

Buffalo County, Nebraska.

9. Adopt Resolution No.

2018-170 approving Amendment

No. 5 to the Consultant Agreement

with Alfred Benesch and Company

for Project No. 3-31-0045-030 for

the reconstruction of primary Run-

way 18/36.

10. Approve the application for a

Special Designated License sub-

mitted by McFarland Family Farms,

LLC dba Mac's Creek Winery in

connection with their Class

YK-56229 liquor license to dis-

pense alcoholic liquor inside the

Hilltop Mall located at 5011 2nd

Avenue #56 on Saturday, Decem-

ber 8, 2018 from 4:00 p.m. until

8:00 p.m. for Wine Wonderland

Tasting.

11. Adopt Resolution No.

2018-171 approving Change Order

No. 2 showing an increase in the

amount of $10,350.00, Application

and Certificate for Payment No. 2

in the amount of $265,024.92 sub-

mitted by Morten Construction,

LLC and approved by Miller & As-

sociates for Downtown Improve-

ments; Phase II for the construction

of pedestrian level street lighting,

electrical, sidewalk removal and re-

placement, irrigation, in-ground

planters and site electrical ameni-

ties.

12. Approve the Plans and Speci-

fications and Engineer's Opinion of

Probable Construction Cost for the

CDBG CD Phase 1 Sidewalk Re-

placement and set the bid opening

date for December 4, 2018 at 2:00

p.m.

13. Approve the applications for

a Special Designated License sub-

mitted by Night Life Concepts, Inc.,

dba Cunningham's Journal in con-

nection with their Class CK-059311

liquor license to cater and dispense

alcoholic liquor as follows: (a) In-

side Heartland Bank located at the

212 East 56th Street, on Thursday,

December 6, 2018 from 5:00 p.m.

until 12:00 a.m. for a business

event; and (b) Inside)Inside the

Classic Car Collection located at

the 3600 US-30 B, on Saturday,

December 8, 2018 from 3:00 p.m.

until 12:00 a.m. for a business

event.

Consent Agenda Ordinances:

None.

Regular Agenda:

1. Council unanimously adopted

Resolution No. 2018-172 approving

the redevelopment project submit-

ted by Bendwager, LLC for Rede-

velopment Area #9 for an area de-

scribed as Lot 3, Abood Addition,

an addition to the City of Kearney,

Buffalo County, Nebraska (East of

Avenue E and North of 1st Street).

2. Council heard an update on

the Kearney Ad Hoc Housing Com-

mittee Report.

By unanimous vote Council ad-

journed at 6:06 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 PERMIT ISSUANCE

 

The Nebraska Department of En-

vironmental Quality (NDEQ) pro-

poses to reissue with change the

National Pollutant Discharge Elimi-

nation System (NPDES)/Nebraska

Pretreatment Program (NPP) permit

for Eaton Corporation, 4200 U.S. E.

Hwy 30, Kearney, NE (NPDES/NPP

NE0114405, SIC 3714) a manufac-

turer of automotive engine compo-

nents, valves and gears through

shearing, forging, heat-treating,

machining, plating and packing.

Process wastewater discharges

through Outfall 001, Outfall 002,

and Outfall 003 to the North Chan-

nel of the Platte River, segment

MP2-10000 in the Middle Platte

River Basin via the City of Kearney

POTW.Process wastewater dis-

chargesthrough Outfall 004 to an

unlined evaporation pond. Sin-

gle-pass, non-contact cooling

water discharges through Outfall

006 to two unlined ponds. The per-

mit would be issued for a period of

up to five years and would restrict

pollutant discharges to comply with

the requirements of Department

regulations. The draft permit, fact

sheet and other public information

are available for review at NDEQ's

Lincoln Office (address below) be-

tween 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

weekdays, excluding holidays. To

request copies of the draft permit

and other information, call

402-471-3557. 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. Written com-

ments, objection and/or hearing re-

quests concerning permit issuance

may be submitted to Kim Bubb,

NPDES Permits and Compliance

Section, Nebraska Department of

Environmental Quality, 1200 N St.,

Suite 400, the Atrium, PO Box

98922, Lincoln, NE 68509-8922,

before the comment period ending

date of December 24, 2018. A de-

termination to hold a hearing will be

based upon factual environmental

or regulatory consideration.

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NOTICE FOR BIDS

UNK Cope Fountain Upgrade

Project No.: K800P013

2504 9th Ave

Kearney, Nebraska 68849

Project Description:

Project involves the following:

site demolition, construction of aer-

ial water fountain, metal sculpture,

fountain jets and lighting, fountain

vault and mechanical equipment,

brick paver and concrete base, col-

ored concrete paving, landscape,

utilities and other miscellaneous

work as described in these specifi-

cations and construction drawings.

Sealed bid Proposals will be re-

ceived and publicly opened and

read aloud as follows:

Closing Date and Time for

Receipt of Bids:

Date: December 6, 2018

Time: 2:00 PM

Place for Receipt of

Hand-Carried:

University of Nebraska-Kearney

General Services building

Conference Room

2507 19th Ave.

Kearney, NE 68849-4310

Address for Delivery of

Mailed Bids:

University of Nebraska-Kearney

General Services building

2507 19th Ave.

Kearney, NE 68849-4310

Opening Place:

University of Nebraska-Kearney

General Services building

Conference Room

2507 19th Ave.

Kearney, NE 68849-4310

Pre-bid Meeting:

All General contractors and Major

Sub-contractors including Mechan-

ical, Electrical, and Fire Sprinkler

are highly suggested to attend the

Pre-bid Meeting at the time and

place indicated below:

Date: November 28, 2018

and

Time: 2:00 PM

Place: University of Nebraska -

Kearney

General Services Building Con-

ference Room

2507 19th Ave

Kearney, NE 68849

Bid Documents may be obtained

by contacting

Facilities Management

& Planning

308-865-1700

dehavenm2@unk.edu

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