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Burt County Board of Supervisors Meeting Minutes


OFFICE OF THE BURT COUNTY CLERK

Minutes of the Burt County Board of Supervisors

July 21, 2016

TEKAMAH NE 68061

The Burt County Board of Supervisors met on Thursday, July 21, 2016 in the Boardroom of the Burt County Courthouse in Tekamah, Nebraska, pursuant to adjournment of their last meeting. Notice of the meeting was given in advance upon a 2nd floor bulletin board within the courthouse and on the County’s Website. A stamped dated copy of the notice is on file in the office of the County Clerk. The following members were present: Cliff Morrow, David Schold, Greg Brummond, Matt Connealy, Perry Rogers, Ted Connealy and Gerald Newill.

The meeting opened at 10:25 A.M. upon motion by Schold, seconded by T.Connealy, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy, Newill and Morrow. Nays-none. Chairman Morrow informed the public that the Nebraska Open Meeting Act was posted on the wall.

Fred Mytty met with the Board to discuss the 2016-2017 budget. The Board expressed their intentions of keeping the taxes as close as they could to the same level as last year. After looking at tax askings and discussions, Mytty will work up options to present to the Board at their August 31st meeting. The date for the final hearing of the budget was set for September 13, 2016, during the regular board meeting.

There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, the meeting adjourned at 11:31 A.M. until 9:00 A.M., July 29, 2016.

ATTEST: SARAH J. FREIDEL CLIFFORD L. MORROW, CHAIRMAN BURT COUNTY CLERK BURT COUNTY BOARD OF

SUPERVISORS

These minutes are not the official record and may be corrected. A copy of the approved official minutes is available to the public at the Clerk’s Office

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Burt County Board of Supervisors Meeting Minutes


OFFICE OF THE BURT COUNTY CLERK

Minutes of the Burt County Board of Supervisors

December 8, 2015

TEKAMAH NE 68061

The Burt County Board of Supervisors met in regular session on Tuesday, December 8, 2015 in the Boardroom of the Burt County Courthouse in Tekamah, Nebraska, pursuant to adjournment of their last meeting. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by Publication in the Plaindealer, upon a 1st floor bulletin board within the courthouse and on the County’s Website. A copy of the proof of publication is on file in the office of the County Clerk. The following members were present: Cliff Morrow, David Schold, Greg Brummond, Matt Connealy, Perry Rogers, Ted Connealy and Gerald Newill.

The meeting opened at 9:00 A.M. upon motion by Schold, seconded by Newill, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes –Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy, Newill and Morrow. Nays-none. Chairman Morrow informed the public that the Nebraska Open Meeting Act was posted on the wall.

Upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Rogers, the agenda was approved, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes –Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy, Newill and Morrow. Nays-none.

Dale Huffman addressed the Board as the interim Burt County Roads Foreman.

The County Clerk Report of Fees, the County Court Report of Fines, the District Court Fee Report and the Zoning Report for November, were approved upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Newill, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes –Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy, Newill and Morrow. Nays – none.

The minutes of the last meeting were approved upon motion by Schold, seconded by Rogers, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes –Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy, Newill and Morrow. Nays – none.

The following Miscellaneous Receipts in the amount of $348,380.46 and fund balances were approved upon motion by Rogers, seconded by T.Connealy, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes –Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy, Newill and Morrow. Nays – none.

ZONING PERMITS
CO CLERK-FILING & RECORDING FEES
CO CLERK-DOC STAMPS (COUNTY SHARE) CO CLERK-MISC FEES
DISTRICT COURT-FILING FEES
DISTRICT COURT – REFUNDS
DISTRICT COURT-MISC FEES & REVENUE DISTRICT COURT- FEES & COST

250.00 3,134.00 947.90 200.75 409.36 252.50 325.00 10.00

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CO COURT-MISC FEES
CO SHERIFF-SERVICE FEES
CO SHERIFF-MILEAGE & COSTS
TITLE INSPECTIONS
GUN PERMITS
OVERLOAD FINES-25% COUNTY SHARE
INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS
MISC REVENUE- SHERIFF REIMBURSE
MISC REVENUE- LOT SALES
MISC REVENUE- INS PYMTS _COURTHOUSE DAMAGES MISC REVENUE -FEES
HIGHWAY/STREET ALLOCATION
TRANSFER -GENERAL TO ROAD
CO CLERK-PRESERVATION & MODERNIZATION DIVERSION – CUMING CO
INHERITANCE TAX
PLAT BOOK SALES
E911 – Oct. & Nov
COUNTY 911
OVERLOAD FINES-75% STATE SHARE
COUNTY COURT FINES-REGULAR
CRAIG FIRE- GENERAL
DECATUR FIRE- GENERAL
DECATUR FIRE – BOND
LYONS FIRE-GENERAL
LYONS FIRE- BOND
OAKLAND FIRE -GENERAL
OAKLAND FIRE – BOND
PRO-RATE FROM STATE – SEPT

137.00 599.00 531.06 280.00

40.00 231.25 962.29 105.00

20.00 5,135.81 4.00 79,362.22 100,000.00 525.50 25.00 129,471.36 34.00 9,529.74 1,239.00 693.75 6,381.64 486.14 78.69 32.36 974.04 154.28 1.41 0.27 5,816.14

Letter from Nebraska Loess Hills, including their 2015 Annual Report, was noted and placed on file.

John Werner, CEO of the Oakland Mercy Hospital, came to introduce himself to the Board and talk about what the facility offers to Burt County.

Jacob Hurla from 360 Energy Engineers spoke with the Board about the results of a building/utilities study he did for energy efficiency and modernization of the Courthouse. Mr. Hurla explained that the money the County spends on utilities is not enough to offset any upgrades for energy efficiency; with a fairly new boiler and new windows, the Courthouse is in good shape as far as energy efficiency. The only needs found were in the form of modernization of the facility’s lighting and duct work for better heating/cooling. The Board agreed that the building has been and will continue to serve Burt County as the Courthouse and maintenance/modernization is a consideration that needs explored. 360

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Energy Engineers will do a next step assessment for duct work and lighting improvements; the Board agreed to continue on in this process for the betterment of the Courthouse structure. Mr. Hurla will be in touch in a couple of months with more extensive reports.

Peggy Smith, Highway Superintendent reported to the Board that she spoke to Tory Penny with regards to the Burt County Weed Superintendent position; Tory expressed his interest in the job. After discussions of the Weeds and Signs jobs, the Board agreed it most effective to combine the two positions into one. M.Connealy made a motion to hire Tory Penny with a $3.00/hr. increase, Brummond seconded the motion, the Board had further discussions of the pay. M.Connealy amended his motion to hire Tory Penny with a $2.00/hr. increase with a probationary period and then a pay increase would be revisited after a satisfactory probabationary period, Brummond seconded the amended motion, roll call vote followed: Ayes-Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy, Newill and Morrow. Nays- none. Tory will be offered the job.

Upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by T.Connealy , the Board authorized Chairman Morrow to sign the Certification of County Highway Superintendent, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy, Newill and Morrow. Nays – none.

At 10:07 A.M. Highway Superintendent Peggy Smith opened bids for Motor Graders. NMC was the only company to submit bids. The following bids were for Model 12M3 AWDs with 5 year warranty.

1) $170,900.00 2) $167,900.00 3) $161,000.00

*above bids are trade in costs, Burt Co will trade in three 2010 140M graders. M.Connealy moved to accept the bids for all 3 Motor Graders for a total of $499,800.00 after trade-ins, T.Connealy seconded, Discussions about pricing followed before roll call vote was taken as follows: Ayes- M.Connealy, T.Connealy, Newill and Morrow. Nays- Schold, Brummond and Rogers.

There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, the meeting adjourned at 10:55 A.M. until 9:00 A.M., December 31, 2015.

ATTEST: SARAH J. FREIDEL CLIFFORD L. MORROW, CHAIRMAN BURT COUNTY CLERK BURT COUNTY BOARD OF

SUPERVISORS

These minutes are not the official record and may be corrected. A copy of the approved official minutes is available to the public at the Clerk’s Office.

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Burt County Board of Supervisors Meeting Minutes


OFFICE OF THE BURT COUNTY CLERK

Minutes of the Burt County Board of Supervisors

September 30, 2015

TEKAMAH NE 68061

The Burt County Board of Supervisors met in regular session on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 in the Boardroom of the Burt County Courthouse in Tekamah, Nebraska, pursuant to adjournment of their last meeting. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by Publication in the Plaindealer, upon a 1st floor bulletin board within the courthouse and on the County’s Website. A copy of the proof of publication is on file in the office of the County Clerk. The following members were present: Cliff Morrow, David Schold, Greg Brummond, Matt Connealy, Perry Rogers, Ted Connealy and Gerald Newill.

The meeting opened at 9:00 A.M. upon motion by Newill, seconded by Schold, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays-none. Chairman Morrow informed the public that the Nebraska Open Meeting Act was posted on the wall.

Upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Schold, the agenda was approved, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes –Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays-none.

The following claims for September in the amount of $980,772.39 including $103,917.99 for payroll, were read, audited, warrant drawn and checks generated on the respective funds on motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Rogers, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none. $300,000.00 of this total reflects a transfer from the General Fund to the Road Fund.

ADVANCED CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE AFLAC
ALBIN LAW OFFICE
AMANDA BARRON LAW

AMERICAN BROADBAND ANDERSON HARDWARE ANDY’S QUICK SHOP ANN FLOOD

APPLIED CONNECTIVE TECH ARBY’S BODY SHOP
AS CENTRAL SERVICES
AS CENTRAL SERVICES, OCIO AT&T

BILL J PICKELL
BLACK HILLS ENERGY

MEDICAL 2.50 INSURANCE 820.23

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MENTAL HEALTH ATTY FEES
ATTY FEES SUPPLIES

FUEL
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE
PARTS
AS/400 COSTS TELETYPE PHONE
TIRES
UTILITIES

713.10

802.50 1,320.26 119.38 261.78 50.00 850.00 225.00 221.60 350.00 55.64 184.94 127.60

BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD BOMGAARS
BOONE COUNTY
BRANIFF SERVICE BREHMER MFG INC

BURT CO CLERK
BURT CO COURT
BURT CO DISTRICT COURT CLERK BURT CO EXTENSION
BURT CO PUBLIC POWER DIST
BURT CO SHERIFF
BURT CO TREASURER
BURT CO TREASURER
CARROLL WELTE
CATHY FARBER
CENTRAL UNITED LIFE INS CENTURYLINK
CITY CLERK
CITY OF LYONS
CITY OF TEKAMAH
CLEANING MART
CLIFF MORROW
CREDIT MANAGEMENT SERVICES CUBBY’S
D’MOORE PIZZA
DAKOTA CO CORRECTIONAL FACILITY DASH MEDICAL GLOVES
DAVID SCHOLD
DEARBORN NATL LIFE INS
DECATUR EXPRESS
DORIS ANDERSON ESTATE
EADIE GIBBS
ENGELHARDT COMMUNICATIONS ERNIE GLUP PIPE SALES
FARMERS PRIDE
FIRST CONCORD BENEFITS
FIRST NAT’L BANK-NE-EFPTS FRANCES FRENCH
FRANK KREJCI
FRED MYTTY
FREMONT SANITATION
GERALD NEWILL
GLADYS NELSON
GREAT PLAINS COMM

INSURANCE 58,763.94 SUPPLIES 1,266.00 WORKSHOP 144.99 FUEL 1,232.60 STEEL PRODUCTS 690.19 POSTAGE 26.85 NON-WAIVE 335.00 COURT FEES 67.00 WORKSHOP 75.00 RADIO TOWER 361.95 SUPPLIES/FUEL 160.38 FUND TRANSFER 300,000.00 TAXES 16.00

471.14 48.00 10.25

739.13 26.83 151.63 369.91 586.64 119.60 447.48 506.74 87.90 250.00 SUPPLIES 60.90 MILEAGE 36.80 LIFE INSURANCE 31.46 FUEL 2,606.60 GRAVEL/BORROW 1,734.60 EXTENSION 136.00 REPAIR/LABOR 563.09 CULVERTS 1,908.50 FUEL 3,294.62 INSURANCE 490.00

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MEAL/MILE/ETC ELECTION
LIFE INSURANCE SERVICE UTILITIES UTILITIES UTILITIES SUPPLIES MILEAGE GARNISHMENT FUEL

MEETING
BD PRISONERS

34,262.95 11.00 4,144.00 1,744.90 GARBAGE 121.26 MILEAGE/MEETING 133.40 COURT FEES 104.25 REPAIRS 337.44

FEDERAL TAXES PRIOR SERVICE

EASEMENT ETC BUDGET MAKING

GREG BRUMMOND
HEARTLAND FIRE PROTECTION CO HOPKINS LAW OFFICE
ILA DAVIS
IOWA OFFICE SUPPLY
JAMES G EGLEY
JAMES L DEVENING
JAN RASMUSSEN
JAY JOHNSON
JEANICE BOWERS
JOHN WILSON
JOHNSON & MOCK
JONI RENSHAW
K B’S MINI MART
KARR TUCKPOINTING
KATHLEEN A LAUGHLIN
KEITH SMITH
KELLY RYAN
KUENY & BEGLEY
LARRY J GREGERSON
LINDA ROGERS
LINDSEY KREIFELS
LINDY GLASS
LYDICK CUSTOM LAWN CARE
MADISON CO SHERIFF
MARLENE KAEDING
MARNELL LAVALEY
MARTIN MARIETTA
MARY E. ROGERS
MARY LOFTIS
MASSMUTUAL
MATT CONNEALY
MEL’S SMALL ENGINE
MEMORIAL COMM HOSPITAL
MERCY MEDICAL SERVICES
MICHAEL D SULLIVAN
MID-AMERICAN BENEFITS
MIDWEST SERVICE AND SALES CO MIDWEST SERVICE CO
MIPS INC
NACO
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS NE ASSN OF PROFESSIONAL VETERANS NE HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES SYSTEM

MILEAGE 63.25

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108.50 915.00 18.00 303.39 75.00 235.00 82.80 289.23 37.66 57.31 172.50 556.38 FUEL 1,014.07 BUILDING RESTORE 23,370.00 GARNISHMENT 325.00 LABOR/PARTS 59.83 PARTS 47.55 ATTY FEES 2,325.00 EASEMENT ETC 8,584.00 ELECTION 16.00 ELECTION 16.00 WINDOWS 19,440.00 SPRINKLERS 517.50 MENTAL HEALTH 5,023.15 ELECTION 16.00 ELECTION 16.00 GRAVEL/BORROW 11,232.70 ELECTION 32.00 MEAL/MILE 398.51 RETIREMENT 200.00 MILEAGE/MEETING 120.75 REPAIRS 53.00 TESTING 41.60 MEDICAL 209.85

INSPECTION ATTY FEES
PRIOR SERVICE COPIER
MENTAL HEALTH TRASH

MILEAGE MILEAGE MILEAGE MEAL/MILE ATTY FEES MEAL/MILE

50.00 5,352.50 9,261.40 5,121.65 3,097.81 95.00 1,500.00 DUES 100.00 LODGING 186.00

MENTAL HEALTH INSURANCE CULVERTS
FUEL

SERVICE WORKSHOPS RETIREMENT

NEBR CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT CTR NEBR PUBLIC HEALTH ENVIRONMENTAL NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT NEBRASKA WORKFORCE DEV
NICHOLAS E. WURTH LAW OFFICE
NMC
NORTHEAST NEBR TELEPHONE CO
NSA & POAN CONFERENCE FUND
NSG
O’KEEFE ELEVATOR CO INC
OAKLAND MERCY HOSPITAL
OFFICE SYSTEMS COMPANY
OFFICE WAREHOUSE
OFFICENET
PEGGY SMITH
PELAN FUNERAL SERVICES
PENDER MEDICAL CLINIC
PENNY A. WARREN
PERRY ROGERS
PEST-TROL
PHYSICIANS LABORATORY PC PLAINDEALER PUBLISHING CO
QUALITY INN & SUITES
QUALITY PRINTING & OFFICE SUPP
RDO TRUCK CENTERS
RESERVE ACCOUNT
RETIREMENT PLANS DIV. OF AMERITAS ROSALIE J. GREGERSON
SAPP BROS PETROLEUM INC
SARAH FREIDEL
SAVE MORE MARKET
SCHENKELBERG IMPLEMENT CO
SEALS & SERVICE INC
SHAMBURG AUTO SUPPLY
SIOUX SALES COMPANY
STALP GRAVEL CO
STAMP FULFILLMENT SERVICES
STATE TAX COMMISSIONER
STEINY’S GENERAL STORE
STEVE CASS
TEAM LABORATORY CHEMICAL CORP TEKAMAH POST OFFICE
TED CONNEALY
THRASHER

CHILD SUPPORT LABS ELECTRICITY UNEMPLOYMENT ATTY FEES PARTS/RENT/ETC PHONE SCHOOLING CHEMICAL ELEVATOR

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1,224.17 105.00 1,309.14 2,398.94 915.00 4,976.11 229.26 120.00 4,400.00 258.18 60.00 253.20 184.14 58.50 97.17 1,260.00 1,051.44 468.10 63.25 38.00 610.00 518.82 345.00 1,019.05 324.01 5,000.00 RETIREMENT 16,979.99 EASEMENT ETC 1,480.00 FUEL 3,505.20 MILEAGE 108.68 SUPPLIES 486.84 PARTS 166.34 PARTS 32.34 PARTS/SUPPLIES 1,114.43 SUPPLIES 509.45 GRAVEL/BORROW 71,968.13 SUPPLIES 288.55 STATE TAXES 4,238.12 SUPPLIES/ETC 1,332.31 AIR CONDITION 13,800.00 SUPPLIES 273.23 POSTAGE 193.00 MILEAGE 36.23 BRIDGES 35,935.00

LABS CONTRACT SUPPLIES SERVICE MILEAGE AUTOPSY MEDICAL MILE/MEAL MEETING/MILE PEST CONTROL AUTOPSY PUBLISHING WORKSHOPS SUPPLIES PARTS/TOOLS POSTAGE

THURSTON CO SHERIFF
TOM FARRENS
TRI-STATE COMMUNICATIONS INC VALORIE OLSON
VERIZON WIRELESS
VILLAGE OF DECATUR WASHINGTON CO COURT WASHINGTON NATL INS WESTERN ENGINEERING CO INC WPCI

BD PRISONERS 5,550.00 EROSION 1,500.00 TOWER RENT 158.50 MENTAL HEALTH 50.00 PHONE 195.44 UTILITIES 79.91 TRANSCRIPT 2.75 INSURANCE 16.15 RD PATCHING 163,997.99 TESTING 51.00

The minutes of the last meeting were approved upon motion by Rogers, seconded by Newill, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

The Burt County Agricultural Society’s 2015-2016 budget report was noted and placed on file.

Ray Peterson and Vic Jensen, representing Silvercreek Township, came before the Board to discuss a road closure request they had received from a land owner in Silvercreek. The land owner owns the land on both sides of County Road 25 from K to L, he is requesting the road be closed. Schold made a motion to hold a public hearing for the road closure, Brummond seconded the motion, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes –Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays –none.

At 10:00 A.M. the following sealed Bids for County Road C were opened:

TCW (Lincoln)
Cedar Valley Corp. (Waterloo, IA) Knife River (Sioux City)
A & R Construction (Plainview) Luxa Construction (Blair)

$3,044,736.00 $2,392,955.77 $2,487,979.97 $1,992,663.12 $2,267,131.27

5/15/16-10/15/16 5/15/16-10/15/16 May–Oct. 2016 July-Oct. 2016 6/1/16-10/14/16

Peggy Smith, Burt Co Road Superintendent and Jeff Wagner from Mainelli Wagner & Associates Inc., engineers for the project, reviewed the bids and recommended the low bid from A & R Construction. Upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Schold, the Board accepted the Bid for $1,992,663.12 from A & R Construction out of Plainview, NE. Roll call vote as follows: Ayes -Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Roger, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays –none.

Motion was made by Schold, to approve an ‘addition’ to the annual liquor license for L-Ten, LLC/Pheasant Bonanza. The approval is needed due to the change in size of the new lodge. The motion passed with a second by Newill, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

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Motion was made by Rogers, seconded by Schold, to allow Chairman Morrow to sign the Certification of Cost Allocation Plan from Maximus, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

Delinquent tax list from the Burt Co Treasurer (pursuant to 77-1918) was noted and placed on file.

Upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by T.Connealy, Chairman Morrow signed two agreements with Nebraska Dept of Roads concerning land survey corners for highway improvement projects in Burt County. (1) Hwy 32 from West Point running East approx. 11 miles & (2) Hwy 51 from US 9-Hwy 77. Roll call vote as follows: Ayes –Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Roger, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays –none.

The Board discussed the Visitors Committee that needs to be set up for the Burt County Lodging Tax. There are still not enough volunteers who have come forward to sit on the committee. We will revisit the committee nominations at the next Board meeting.

The Burt County Board has decided to change their policy for health insurance benefits. The Board agreed to have a resolution ready to vote on for the Oct. 13 meeting. Specific policy changes will come into effect in January 2016 (if such resolution is passed.)

There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, the meeting adjourned at 10:40 A.M. until October 13, 2015.

ATTEST: SARAH J. FREIDEL CLIFFORD L. MORROW, CHAIRMAN BURT COUNTY CLERK BURT COUNTY BOARD OFSUPERVISORS

These minutes are not the official record and may be corrected. A copy of the approved official minutes is available to the public at the Clerk’s Office.

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Burt County Board of Supervisors Meeting Minutes


OFFICE OF THE BURT COUNTY CLERK

Minutes of the Burt County Board of Supervisors

September 8, 2015

TEKAMAH NE 68061

The Burt County Board of Supervisors met in regular session on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 in the Boardroom of the Burt County Courthouse in Tekamah, Nebraska, pursuant to adjournment of their last meeting. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by Publication in the Plaindealer, upon a 1st floor bulletin board within the courthouse and on the County’s Website. A copy of the proof of publication is on file in the office of the County Clerk. The following members were present: Cliff Morrow, David Schold, Greg Brummond, Matt Connealy, Perry Rogers, Ted Connealy and Gerald Newill.

The meeting opened at 9:00 A.M. upon motion by Newill, seconded by Schold, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays-none. Chairman Morrow informed the public that the Nebraska Open Meeting Act was posted on the wall.

Upon motion by Rogers, seconded by T.Connealy, the agenda was approved, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes –Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays-none.

The County Clerk Report of Fees, the County Court Report of Fines, the District Court Fee Report and the Zoning Report for August were approved upon motion by Schold, seconded by M.Connealy, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

The minutes of the last meeting were approved upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Rogers, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

The following Miscellaneous Receipts in the amount of $680,736.45 and fund balances were approved upon motion by Rogers, seconded by Newill, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

ZONING PERMITS
AIRLINE TAX FROM STATE
CO CLERK-FILING & RECORDING FEES
CO CLERK-DOC STAMPS (COUNTY SHARE) CO CLERK-MISC FEES
ADVERTISING LIQUOR LICENSE
DISTRICT COURT-FILING FEES
DISTRICT COURT – REFUNDS
DISTRICT COURT-MISC FEES & REVENUE DISTRICT COURT-FEES & COST
CO COURT-MISC FEES

550.00 1,900.61 5,177.00 4,567.54

231.44 15.00 105.00 16.00 219.00 32.45 17.00

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CO SHERIFF-SERVICE FEES
CO SHERIFF-MILEAGE & COSTS
TITLE INSPECTIONS
GUN PERMITS
FINGER PRINT CHARGES
CO ATTNY FEES-CHECK COLLECTION OVERLOAD FINES-25% COUNTY SHARE INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS MISCELLANEAOUS REVENUE HIGHWAY/STREET ALLOCATION
SALES OF VEHICLES
MISC REVENUE
TRANSFER -GENERAL TO ROAD
CO CLERK-PRESERVATION & MODERNIZATION DIVERSION – CUMING CO
STOP PROGRAM
INHERITANCE TAX
INHERITANCE TAX
INHERITANCE TAX
INHERITANCE TAX
PLAT BOOK SALES
COUNTY 911
OVERLOAD FINES-75% STATE SHARE
COUNTY COURT FINES-REGULAR
COUNTY COURT BOND FORFEITURES
LIQUOR LICENSE
DECATUR FIRE- GENERAL
DECATUR FIRE – BOND
TEKAMAH CITY -GENERAL
CARLINE TAX FROM STATE
HOUSING AUTHORITY

587.00 629.06 400.00

30.00

40.00 210.00 231.25 267.49

20.00 79,719.03 1,980.00 964.00 500,000.00 827.50 75.00 100.00 25,149.62 1,357.67 18,487.65 23,844.04 68.00 1,304.00 693.75 4,886.00 448.00 300.00 23.95 9.84 78.00 2,066.40 3,108.16

Chairman Morrow declared a Public Hearing open at 9:16 A.M., for the purpose of the 2015-2016 Budget Hearing.
Fred Mytty of Mytty PC Consulting was present to answer questions. There was no public comment. Morrow thanked Fred for his great work on the budget. At 9:21 A.M. Chairman closed the hearing, and the board returned to regular session.

Motion was made by M.Connealy, seconded by Schold, to accept and approve the 2015-2016 Budget as presented, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none

Board Member Schold offered the following resolution and moved for its adoption:

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RESOLUTION #2015-20

WHEREAS, a proposed budget for fiscal year 2015-2016, prepared by the budget making authority, was transmitted to the County Board on the 8th day of September, 2015, at 9:15 A.M.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Burt County Board of Supervisors as follows:

Section 1. That the budget for the fiscal year July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016, as categorically evidenced by the budget document is, and the same hereby is adopted as the budget for Burt County, Nebraska for said fiscal year.

Section 2. That the offices, departments, activities and institutions hereby named are hereby authorized to expend the amounts hereby appropriated to them during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2015.

Section 3. That the income necessary to finance the appropriations made and expenditures authorized shall be provided out of the unencumbered cash balance in each fund, and tax requirements for each fund.

AND WHEREAS, the following is also set: 2014-2015 Property Tax Request: $4,423,236.00 2015-2016 Property Tax Request: $4,651,348.00 2014-2015 Tax Rate: 0.28919
Proposed 2015-2016 Tax Rate: 0.25111
Accepted 2015-2016 Tax Rate: 0.25111

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Burt County Board of Supervisors that the above be approved.

DATED this 8th day of September, 2015 at Tekamah, Nebraska.

ATTEST: SARAH J. FREIDEL CLIFFORD MORROW, CHAIRMAN BURT COUNTY CLERK BURT COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Board Member Brummond seconded the motion, and the Chairman declared it adopted, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

Board Member Newill offered the following resolution and moved for its adoption:

RESOLUTION #2015-21

WHEREAS, the Burt County Budget as adopted September 8, 2015, incorporates certain transfers of monies between funds and

WHEREAS, these transfers enable a stable tax base and adequate cash flow in existing funds.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BURT COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS THAT the Clerk and Treasurer are hereby authorized to transfer $542,000.00 from the Inheritance Fund to the General Fund to lower property taxes.

DATED this 8th day of September 2015, at Tekamah, Nebraska.

ATTEST: SARAH J. FREIDEL BURT COUNTY CLERK

CLIFFORD L MORROW, CHAIRMAN BURT COUNTY BOARD OF

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Board Member M.Connealy seconded the motion, and the Chairman declared it adopted, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

Motion was made by M.Connealy, seconded by T.Connealy, to increase restricted funds spending authority by 2.5%, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none

Motion was made by Schold, seconded by Rogers, to increase restricted funds spending authority by an additional 1%, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

Larry and Donette Jackson were in attendance to ask questions about various road projects that were discussed at previous meetings that they could not attend. They also inquired about the LB 65 Townships process. The board thanked them for coming and for their interest in Burt County business.

Brad Slaughter from Ameritas Investment Corp. presented the Board with their latest Bonds options. He gave great information and the Board thanked him for coming and for the update. After discussions, the Board decided to take no action on the callable Bonds at this time.

Road Superintendent Peggy Smith discussed with the Board various road needs and projects. She reported that she would have a bid coming in for CR. C; at this point in time, the project is being planned out in order to fall within the next two budget years.

A reminder was given for the coming meetings:
Sept. 16 @ Norfolk, NE – Transportation Committee Hearing. They’re encouraging County Board Members to attend.
Sept. 18 @ Schuyler, NE – NACO Northeast District Meeting

There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, the meeting adjourned at 10:25 A.M. until September 30, 2015.

ATTEST: SARAH J. FREIDEL CLIFFORD L. MORROW, CHAIRMAN BURT COUNTY CLERK BURT COUNTY BOARD OFSUPERVISORS

These minutes are not the official record and may be corrected. A copy of the approved official minutes is available to the public at the Clerk’s Office.

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Burt County Board of Supervisors Meeting Minutes


OFFICE OF THE BURT COUNTY CLERK

Minutes of the Burt County Board of Supervisors

August 28, 2015

TEKAMAH NE 68061

The Burt County Board of Supervisors met in regular session on Friday, August 28, 2015 in the Boardroom of the Burt County Courthouse in Tekamah, Nebraska, pursuant to adjournment of their last meeting. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by Publication in the Plaindealer, upon a 1st floor bulletin board within the courthouse and on the County’s Website. A copy of the proof of publication is on file in the office of the County Clerk. The following members were present: Cliff Morrow, Greg Brummond, Matt Connealy, Perry Rogers, Ted Connealy and Gerald Newill. Absent – David Schold.

The meeting opened at 9:00 A.M. upon motion by Newill, seconded by Brummond, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays-none. Absent- Schold. Chairman Morrow informed the public that the Nebraska Open Meeting Act was posted on the wall.

Upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Rogers, the agenda was approved, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes –Morrow, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays-none. Absent- Schold.

Mark Blackford visited with the Board about County Road 21. The County has plans to re-do the County Road, in the process making it narrower. This is concerning to Blackford because Craig Cattle uses this County Road for staging during cattle loading and during harvest. He is aware that he needs to build an access road for a staging area, but wanted to discuss with the Board the timeline to avoid problems during harvest this season. An agreement was discussed, when the County cleans out road ditches on Co.Rd. 21 during this project, they will allocate this dirt to Blackford. The County will dump the dirt, but Blackford will do the finish work for this access area. The agreement also entailed waiting until after harvest for completion of the last quarter mile of this project in order to allow the use of the County Road until the access area can be built by Blackford.

The following claims for August in the amount of $1,235,207.91 including $109,896.05 for payroll, were read, audited, warrant drawn and checks generated on the respective funds on motion by M.Connealy, seconded by T.Connealy, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none. Absent- Schold. $500,000.00 of this total reflects a transfer from the General Fund to the Road Fund.

ADAM TRIPP
AFLAC
ALL FLAGS, ETC
AMERICAN BROADBAND CLEC ANDERSON HARDWARE

ATTY FEES 765.00 INSURANCE 820.23 SUPPLIES 268.12 SERVICE 1,328.97 SUPPLIES 76.98

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ANDY’S QUICK SHOP
ANN FLOOD
APPLIED CONNECTIVE TECHNOLOGIES LLC ARPS RED-E-MIX INC
AS CENTRAL SERVICES
AS CENTRAL SERVICES, OCIO
AT&T
B’S ENTERPRISES INC
BERNIE MASLOWSKY
BILL J PICKELL
BLACK HILLS ENERGY
BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD
BLUFF GRAVEL COMPANY
BOBBY KELLOGG
BOMGAARS SUPPLY INC
BRANIFF SERVICE
BREHMER MFG INC
BURT COUNTY CLERK
BURT COUNTY COURT
BURT COUNTY DISTRICT COURT CLERK BURT COUNTY EXTENSION SERVICE
BURT COUNTY PUBLIC POWER DIST
BURT COUNTY SHERIFF
BURT COUNTY TREASURER
BURT COUNTY TREASURER
BURT COUNTY 4-H COUNCIL
CARROLL WELTE
CENTRAL UNITED LIFE INS CO
CENTRAL VALLEY AG
CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS CENTURYLINK
CITY CLERK
CITY OF LYONS
CITY OF TEKAMAH
CLIFFORD L MORROW
CNA AUTO SERVICES,LLC
COMPLETE SECURITY & INVESTIGATIONS CRAIG FIRE HALL
CREDIT MANAGEMENT SERVICES INC CRESTON FERTILIZER MCL FARMS INC CUBBY’S
CVSOAN
D & M RADIATOR SERVICE
DEARBORN NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO DECATUR EXPRESS

FUEL 250.07 ATTY FEES 50.00 MONTHLY FEE 1,502.55 CONCRETE 644.00 AS/400 COSTS 266.39 TELETYPE SRV 350.00 TELEPHONE 55.83 SIGNS 1,510.00 GRAVEL/BORROW 11,769.68 REPAIRS 170.66 UTILITIES 115.28 INSURANCE 59,497.92 GRAVEL/BORROW 10,112.13 PRIOR SERVICE 46.16 SUPPLIES 864.60 FUEL 1,746.93 STEEL PRODUCTS 13.09 POSTAGE 25.00 NONWAIVE FEES 180.00 NONWAIVE FEES 296.00 SUPPLIES 26.75 RADIO TOWER 91.57 SERVICE 102.60

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FUND TRANSFER
BURT/WASH DRAINAGE
MEALS FAIR
MEALS/MILES
INSURANCE
FUEL
COPY CONTRACT
SERVICE
UTILITIES
UTILITIES
UTILITIES
MILE
PARTS/LABOR
SERVICE
EXTENSION
GARNISHMENT
SUPPLIES
MEALS
REGISTRATION 75.00 REPAIR 99.93 LIFE INSURANCE 31.46 FUEL 3,641.82

500,000.00 31,064.04 189.00 205.20 10.25 155.30 448.46 687.69 39.75 103.80 316.26 21.85 503.58 150.00 25.00 612.62 244.61 669.77

DOUGLAS COUNTY COURT DOUGLAS COUNTY TREASURER DREW LAW FIRM PC LLO
DXP ENTERPRISES INC

EADIE GIBBS
ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE ERNIE GLUP PIPE SALES
FARMERS PRIDE
FIRST CONCORD BENEFITS GROUP LLC FIRST NAT’L BANK-NORTHEAST-EFPTS FORNOFF & SCHUTT
FRANCES FRENCH
FRED FRANKLIN
FRED MYTTY
FREMONT SANITATION
GERALD E NEWILL
GREGORY J BRUMMOND
HOLMQUIST LUMBER INC
ILA DAVIS
IOWA OFFICE SUPPLY INC
JAMES G EGLEY
JAMES L DEVENING
JAN RASMUSSEN
JAY W JOHNSON
JOHN WILSON
JONI L. RENSHAW
K B’S MINI MART
KATHLEEN A LAUGHLIN
KEITH SMITH
KEVIN ROSCOE
KUENY & BEGLEY
LUXA CONSTRUCTION CO INC
LYNN PEAVEY CO
MADISON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT MADISON COUNTY SHERIFF
MAINELLI, WAGNER & ASSOCIATES INC MARVIN SIEBRANDT
MARY LOFTIS
MASSMUTUAL
MATTHEW CONNEALY
MCH HEALTH SYSTEM
MEMORIAL COMMUNITY HOSPITAL MICHAEL D SULLIVAN
MID-AMERICAN BENEFITS INC MIDWEST SERVICE AND SALES CO

CTF COPIES 3.00 AUTOPSY 250.00

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ATTY FEES
PARTS
SERVICE
BALLOTS
CULVERTS
FUEL
INSURANCE 490.00

36,623.53 187.50 11.00 794.98 1,600.00 121.28 59.80 48.88 126.13 18.00 301.48 75.00 235.00 93.15 278.88 42.99 129.95 FUEL 1,261.39 GARNISHMENT 325.00 LABOR 5.00 CULVERTS 538.05 ATTY FEES 1,785.00 CONCRETE SURF 64,464.21 SUPPLIES 53.50 ATTY FEES 100.00 MILEAGE 1,478.29 ENGINEERING 8,923.50 GRAVEL/BORROW 26,835.33 MILE/MEAL/ETC 273.65 INSURANCE 200.00 MILE 58.65 MEDICAL 533.49 TESTING 62.40 ATTY FEES 50.00 INSURANCE 352.50 CULVERTS ETC 50,383.91

FEDERAL TAXES ATTY FEES
PRIOR SERVICE EQUIPMENT RENT BUDGET MAKING GARBAGE

MILE
MILE LUMBER/SUPPLY PRIOR SERVICE LEASE/COPIES ATTY FEES
TRASH REMOVAL MILEAGE MILEAGE MEAL/MILES/ETC MILES

1,225.50 654.34 56.00 856.88 1,289.40 3,510.12

MIDWEST SERVICE CO
MILLS LAW OFFICE
MIPS INC
MOBILE BINDERS
NANCY SCHRAMM, COURT REPORTER NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS NE HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES SYSTEM NE NEBR ASSN OF CO OFFICIALS

NEBR CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT CTR NEBR PUBLIC HEALTH ENVIRONMENTAL NEBRASKA DEPT OF LABOR
NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER DISTRICT NICK BOHANNON
NMC
NORTHEAST NEBR TELEPHONE CO O’KEEFE ELEVATOR CO INC
OFFICE SYSTEMS COMPANY
OFFICE WAREHOUSE
P & L TRUCKING INC
PEGGY SMITH
PENNY A. WARREN
PERRY ROGERS
PEST-TROL
PHYSICIANS LABORATORY PC PLAINDEALER PUBLISHING CO
QUALITY PRINTING & OFFICE SUPP
RDO TRUCK CENTERS
RETIREMENT PLANS DIV. OF AMERITAS SAPP BROS PETROLEUM INC
SAVE MORE MARKET
SCHENKELBERG IMPLEMENT CO
SEC OF STATE-ELECTION DIVISION SHAMBURG AUTO SUPPLY
SHARON WIMER
STALP GRAVEL CO
STATE TAX COMMISSIONER
STEVE CASS
TEKAMAH POST OFFICE
THEODORE CONNEALY
THURSTON COUNTY SHERIFF
TRI-STATE COMMUNICATIONS INC VERIZON WIRELESS
VETTER EQUIPMENT
VILLAGE OF DECATUR
WASHINGTON COUNTY COURT

FUEL/SUPPLIES ATTY FEES SERVICE SUPPLIES

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6,673.78 6,918.25 3,097.81

339.77 50.00 1,500.00 123.00 225.00 1,224.17 105.00 140.00 1,339.10 128.77 3,182.49 229.43 258.18 56.00 100.74 5.07 59.23 150.07 23.00 34.00 690.00 779.23 1,176.98 PARTS 387.37 RETIREMENT 17,701.37 FUEL 3,333.97 SUPPLIES 26.00 PARTS 261.17 WORKSHOP 50.00 SUPPLIES 529.18 MILEAGE 17.25 GRAVEL/BORROW 64,200.46 STATE TAXES 4,634.36 PARTS 13.62 PERMIT 225.00 MILE 50.03

ATTY FEES RETIREMENT LODGING WORKSHOP CHILD SUPPORT BLOOD TESTS ELEVATOR INSP ELECTRICITY MEALS/MILES PARTS/LABOR TELEPHONE ELEVATOR SUPPLIES SUPPLIES PARTS

MILE
MILEAGE
MILE
PEST CONTROL AUTOPSY PUBLISHING SUPPLIES

BD PRISONERS
TOWER RENT
CELL PHONE
AIR COMPRESSOR
UTILITIES 73.96 CTF COPIES 3.50

3,000.00 158.50 198.60 1,181.39

WASHINGTON NATIONAL INSURANCE CO WATCH GUARD VIDEO
WELDON PARTS OMAHA
WESTERN ENGINEERING CO INC

WPCI

INSURANCE 16.15 LABOR/REPAIRS 528.00 PARTS 180.81 SURFACING 160,898.04 TESTING 25.50

The minutes of the last meeting were approved upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Brummond, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none. Absent- Schold.

Communication from Northeast Nebraska Economic Development District Annual Report for 2014-2015 and Nebraska Department of Roads 2014 Annual Report of Traffic Crash Facts was noted and placed on file.

At 10:05 A.M. Chairman Morrow opened a public hearing regarding land owners Patrick, Larry and Doug Kriete spreading sludge from Omaha. Doug Kriete explained that they plan to stockpile the sludge when it becomes available and then will apply it next year. He also said that he has spoken to all of the neighbors of the property. Morrow voiced his concern over the trucks being aware of not tearing up our County Roads. Gordon Anderson from City of Omaha Public Works assured the Board that they’ll only haul it in on dry roads and that they watch over the application process. The Chairman declared the public hearing closed at 10:12 A.M., and the Board went back into regular session.
Motion was made by Brummond to approve a Conditional Use Permit for sludge application on the Patrick, Larry and Doug Kriete property located in S 1⁄2 SW 1⁄4 & NE 1⁄4 SW 1⁄4 of 22-20-9, Newill seconded the motion, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none. Absent- Schold.

Patty Plugge from Burt County Economic Development Corporation came before the Board to get confirmation from the Board that the County will increase their financial commitment to $36,000.00 for the fiscal year 16-17. She has had communication with Cities and Villages whom are currently not invested with BCEDC and hopes to gain their investments after she explains that she can lower their commitments due to the County increasing theirs. The County feels that the organization has a lot to offer it’s communities, and is happy to be able to help the Cities with this investment.

Fred Mytty of Mytty PC Consulting presented the Board with options for the 2015- 2016 county budget. Discussion followed regarding having a cash reserve versus the importance of alleviating tax burdens for the people of Burt County. M.Connealy expressed that tax asking being lowered for our residents is more important than reserves/catastrophic planning at this point in time. It was discussed and decided upon to use $542,000.00 from the Inheritance Tax Fund in an effort to lower taxes. Mytty will finalize the Budget accordingly. The date for the final hearing of the budget was set for September 8, 2015, during the next regular board meeting.

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Board Member M.Connealy offered the following resolution and moved for its adoption:

RESOLUTION #2015-16

WHEREAS Burt County has jurisdiction over Craig, Decatur, Riverside, Arizona, and Pershing Townships;

AND WHEREAS their budgets will contain all zeros;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Burt County Board of Supervisors that they approve an audit waiver request for each township.

DATED this 28th day of August, 2015, at Tekamah, Nebraska.

ATTEST: SARAH J. FREIDEL CLIFF MORROW, CHAIRMAN
BURT COUNTY CLERK BURT COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Board Member Brummond seconded the motion, and the Chairman declared it adopted, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none. Absent- Schold.

Board Member M.Connealy offered the following resolution and moved for its adoption:

RESOLUTION #2015-19

WHEREAS, under L.B. 1154 (1996) any property tax for political subdivisions will be included in the County’s tax levy.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Burt County Board of Supervisors that pursuant to law, the County has subdivisions levy authority as specified on the County Levy Limit Form hereby and by this reference incorporated herein.

up to 4 cents up to 3 cents

0 cents
$72,720.00 of the County’s five-cent miscellaneous levy will be allowed to the Ag Society under an Interlocal Agreement.

DATED this 28th day of August, 2015, at Tekamah, Nebraska.

ATTEST: SARAH J. FREIDEL CLIFF MORROW, CHAIRMAN
BURT COUNTY CLERK BURT COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Board Member Newill seconded the motion, and the Chairman declared it adopted, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none. Absent- Schold.

Treasurer Karen Grass requested to have two uncollectable distress warrants stricken. Upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Brummond, those two distress

Fire Districts: Cemetery Districts: Townships:

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warrants will be stricken, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none. Absent –Schold.

Upon motion by Brummond, seconded by Newill, the Board approved a Special Designated Liquor License for JT’s Bar & Grill to have a beer garden at the Hoot Gibson Rodeo Arena, 3499 Hwy 32, Tekamah, Nebraska, from September 12, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. until September 13, 2015 at 1:00 a.m., for a Tractor Pull Event. With roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none. Absent – Schold.

Board Member T.Connealy offered the following resolution with regards to Burt County Establishing a Lodging Tax:

Resolution 2015-18
Establish Burt County Visitors Promotion Fund

WHEREAS, the Nebraska Visitors Development Act (hereinafter, “the Act”) allows for the creation of a County Visitors Promotion Fund and the imposition of an additional sales tax of not to exceed two percent (2%) upon the total consideration charged for occupancy of any space furnished by a hotel; and

WHEREAS, such sales tax proceeds are to be used generally to promote, encourage, and attract visitors to come to the county and use the travel and tourism facilities within the county; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to the Act, a public hearing prior to this Resolution was held on the 11th day of August, 2015 by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Burt, Nebraska;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED,
1. After consideration of information and views presented at the public hearing, the Board of Supervisors of the County of Burt, Nebraska determines it is advisable and proper that a County Visitors Promotion Fund (hereinafter “Fund”) be established for Burt County, and such fund is hereby established by this Resolution.

2. In order to assist the Board in the proper allocation and expenditures of such Fund, a visitors committee will serve as an advisory committee to the County Board in administering the proceeds from the Fund with the specific purposes of the Act in promoting, encouraging and attracting visitors to come to this county and to use the travel and tourism facilities within.

3. There is hereby imposed, pursuant to the Act, an additional sales tax of two percent (2%) upon the total consideration charged for occupancy of any space furnished by any hotel, as defined in Nebr. Rev. Stat., Section 81- 3707, located within the County.

The proceeds of such tax shall be placed in the County Visitors Promotion Fund (Fund Number 0990) as established herein.

PASSED and APPROVED this 28th day of August, 2015.

ATTEST: SARAH J FREIDEL CLIFFORD MORROW, CHAIRMAN
BURT COUNTY CLERK BURT COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Board Member T.Connealy moved to adopt resolution #2015-19, Brummond seconded the motion, and the Chairman declared it adopted, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Brummond, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – M.Connealy. Absent- Schold.

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The process to set up the visitors committee for overseeing this Lodging Tax will begin with advertising, and will be addressed at the September 30th meeting.

Highway Superintendent Peggy Smith presented a bid from Western Engineering Company, Inc for work on County Road 23. The work will be a 3” overlay on Co.Rd. 23, from Hwy. 32 to Co.Rd. O. Motion was made by M.Connealy, seconded by Rogers to accept the bid for the amount of $1,128,399.70, but Peggy will inquire about the mile that was previously patched. Roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none. Absent- Schold.

Superintendent Smith presented a bid from Sta-bilt Construction Company for crackfilling on County Road L and for Armor Coating on County Road GH. Motion was made by Brummond, seconded by T.Connealy to accept the bid for the crackfilling in the amount of $7,540.00. Roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none. Absent- Schold. The armor coating on Co.Rd. GH will not be done at this time, discussions were mutual, if there are monies left over at the end of this fiscal year then that would allow the County Road C project to possibly get a start.

Smith reported that the #1 Bridge is caving off on the west side of the road again. She will get in touch with Thiesen to stabilize it.

There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, the meeting adjourned at 11:37 A.M. until September 8, 2015.

ATTEST: SARAH J. FREIDEL CLIFFORD L. MORROW, CHAIRMAN BURT COUNTY CLERK BURT COUNTY BOARD OFSUPERVISORS

These minutes are not the official record and may be corrected. A copy of the approved official minutes is available to the public at the Clerk’s Office.

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Burt County Board of Supervisors Meet Regarding Livestock Friendly Designation


OFFICE OF THE BURT COUNTY CLERK

Minutes of the Burt County Board of Supervisors

July 13, 2015

TEKAMAH NE 68061

The Burt County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, July 13, 2015 on the 3rd Floor of the Burt County Courthouse in the Courtroom for a Public Hearing, and following on the 2nd Floor in the Boardroom of the Burt County Courthouse in Tekamah, Nebraska. Notice of the meetings was given in advance thereof by Publication in the Plaindealer, upon a 1st floor bulletin board within the courthouse and on the County’s Website. A copy of the proof of publication is on file in the office of the County Clerk. The following members were present: Cliff Morrow, David Schold, Greg Brummond, Matt Connealy, Perry Rogers, Ted Connealy and Gerald Newill.

The meeting opened at 9:00 A.M. upon motion by T.Connealy, seconded by Schold, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays-none. Chairman Morrow informed the public that the Nebraska Open Meeting Act was posted on the wall in the County Boardroom on the 2nd floor.

At 9:03 A.M. Chairman Morrow opened the public hearing regarding Livestock Friendly Designation for Burt County.

Traci Bruckner with the Center for Rural Affairs spoke in opposition of the Designation stating: the Center feels that the livestock designation supports big Livestock Producers instead of family scale agriculture. The LB 175 Grant actually has no money attached to it. LB 106 could’ve and would’ve taken County zoning away. The Center for Rural Affairs wants to work with the County to look for other ways to help small, midsize and beginning farmers.

Dale Miller from Lyons representing Burt County Cattlemen. Their organization voted unanimously to support the Designation. They feel it’s good for communities, schools and local businesses and it’s a great way to tell others to look at Burt County and see what we have to offer.

Emily Skillett with A-FAN (Alliance for the Future of Agriculture in Nebraska) spoke to support the designation, stating that her organization supports large and small livestock operations and feels that they bring value by providing a tax base and jobs that rural acreages cannot.

Sean Connealy does want the Board to support the Livestock Friendly Designation. He feels the designation is used to draw in large corporations and those large corporations won’t bring in families or good jobs for local families.

Mark Blackford, manages Craig Cattle Co came to speak FOR the Designation. It’s a way to advertise for more coming into the County, it’s good to promote livestock because it’s a good fit for all other surrounding industries. Craig Cattle is the largest feedyard in the County,

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they provide several local families good jobs and those families can benefit from those good paying jobs, they spend their money locally. The designation is good for the customers (local farmers) of the Feedyards, the local farmers bring in their grain to the feedyards, they don’t have to spend time and money hauling their grain for distances. Mark feels the Livestock Friendly is a good initiative because it invites people to our County, and with local zoning our County retains the power to decide what operations can come in.

Graham Christensen, he is under the impression that we don’t need the livestock friendly method to promote livestock. He wants to see analysis/study to show the designation helps with net increases in farms, economic net gains. There is no such study to prove the increases come. He presented the Board with a packet containing several letters/resolutions from various Nebraska Counties expressing their

concerns/opposition of LB 754. He used an example from Wayne Co. getting big dairies, coming from California dairies that are going dry, coming to our area using up our water supplies, they don’t create jobs and opportunities for the young, local guys. He asks that we find other ways to get young folks into livestock, don’t use the Livestock Friendly Designation that has shown no gain. He feels the designation just opens up risk. You don’t need the designation, the County has good policies with our Zoning and the County can promote itself.

Victor Jensen, says our county is not livestock friendly at the present time; we have no place to buy feed, we have no fences to be able to drive our livestock from point a to point b and the local producers put out ‘bad feed’ meaning nothing that’s not genetically modified. There are things we can do to become livestock friendly, start a new coop and provide good feed. Zoning would change with the livestock friendly; because the designation’s zoning doesn’t match up with our setbacks, the public hearings are not necessary so your local input goes away. Part of the designation process is to gather local maps/grids to look at where large operations can go within your County, the place to start is to take a step back and first look at that information. If you want to keep local control, you have to change your zoning maps so that the Public Hearings would still be needed, otherwise the livestock friendly eliminates some of the steps of the local approvals.

Dennis Fleischman representing Burt Co. Farm Bureau. They support the Livestock Friendly Designation as an economical tool to help the County, the sign is a Welcome sign out and the County still has control. Personal note, the presence of livestock in the County says that we are livestock friendly. We need to stop the arguments about big corporations – vs- small farms benefitting from this, the sign is a welcome sign for all to benefit. With so many surrounding Counties having the sign at their borders, we want to appear just as welcoming and friendly. Use the sign for our advantage, we still retain our control.

Steve Martin, works for the Department of Ag. and is the administrator of the Livestock Friendly Program. He touched on a few points: the Designation does not take away your local zoning control or change your process. All the Program does is evaluate your practices and determines if they are friendly/fair in regards to the livestock industry. The LB 106 aspect is a voluntary part of the program, you don’t have to abide by that. Just to be clear, it does not impact your zoning, it is only an evaluation of what you do. In using the Program, you recruit and pursue what you want in your County. Whether big –vs-

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small, the State works with anybody, so you aren’t necessarily only drawing in big with the Designation. Any business you may draw in from the Designation can only help your local families/business.

Matt Connealy expressed concerns about what’s to come from the Legislation within the Livestock Friendly Program. He’s concerned and feels that the Dept. of Ag will keep pushing to change the matrix of the Livestock Friendly Program, in turn some control taking away from the County.

Steve Martin stated that this is a County Program, meant to allow Counties to use the Program to recruit what they wish with it. You as a County can always remove yourself from the Program.

Dave Schold asked about Grants available through the Program. Steve Martin explained about 2 grants through LB 175, currently there’s no money. He expressed the importance of not doing this for the money, do it for the Economic Development benefits.

Traci Bruckner responded that the big dairies in Wayne Co that got brought in through the Program have not been beneficial. They’ve had no benefits from the workers because the workers are low paid and not able to contribute to the community. The air quality is bad and that could hinder your growth because families will flee due to the air quality. These are points she wanted to make to caution the Board, she stated ‘be people and farmer friendly, not livestock friendly’.

Kim Connealy asked why Burt County had first set up zoning…. She stated that she believes that the County originally wanted zoning in order to keep large confinements out of our County, for more control and less government. Don’t invite this in and remember we have zoning for local control.

Mark Blackford asked was the goal was to keep the livestock operations out, or was it to have control of where those were located?

Dale Miller feels zoning was to protect the farmers and livestock people that were here, so that people couldn’t come in and build a fancy house across from an existing large livestock operation and then turn around and sue them and shut them down. The zoning was not to keep out, but to have control in order to protect what is already there.

Vic Jensen agrees that the original intent was to protect the local farmers and keep the big producers from running out the local farmers.

Chairman Morrow asked for any further public comment, after hearing none he declared the public hearing closed at 10:07 A.M., and the Board went back into regular session.

Members of the Board had discussions:
Brummond – expressed concerns of losing control of zoning, but feels good about being able to leave the Program if they choose.

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Schold – feels that the County will have control to use the Program how we want – It’s our choice
T.Connealy – feels we are not hindering farmers from starting, this is about getting people involved in the Livestock Industry

Newill – we could use the Program to look for those who want to invest in our County, that’s not to say that just because we use this program, we aren’t reaching out to beginning/small farmers. We want to work with any size, but this is a way to invest in our County

M.Connealy – concerned about the goals that are still there in the Legislature to take local control away. Burt County has already taken actions with our zoning history to show we are open for those interested in coming in. He feels the unknowns outweigh the benefits at this point.

Morrow – Livestock Operations have advantages for the local farmers.

Motion was made by Brummond to move forward with the Livestock Friendly Designation Process and have a Resolution prepared to be voted upon at the July 31, 2015 regularly scheduled board meeting. Newill seconded the motion, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – M.Connealy and Rogers.

After a short recess and relocating into the Boardroom on the 2nd floor, the Board

reviewed the budget requests for the 2015-2016 fiscal year and met with officials to discuss their budgets. These discussions took place from 10:30 A.M. to a recess at 12:00 noon, and resuming again at 1:00 P.M. until adjournment of the meeting at 3:56 P.M. A meeting was set for Final decisions on the budget requests for July 20, 2015, to be held following the Board of Equalization, Protest Final Decisions.

ATTEST: SARAH J. FREIDEL CLIFFORD L. MORROW, CHAIRMAN BURT COUNTY CLERK BURT COUNTY BOARD OF

SUPERVISORS

These minutes are not the official record and may be corrected. A copy of the approved official minutes is available to the public at the Clerk’s Office

4 July 13, 2015

Burt County Board of Supervisors July 14 Meeting Minutes


OFFICE OF THE BURT COUNTY CLERK

Minutes of the Burt County Board of Supervisors

July 14, 2015

TEKAMAH NE 68061

The Burt County Board of Supervisors met in regular session on Tuesday, July 14, 2015 in the Boardroom of the Burt County Courthouse in Tekamah, Nebraska, pursuant to adjournment of their last meeting. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by Publication in the Plaindealer, upon a 1st floor bulletin board within the courthouse and on the County’s Website. A copy of the proof of publication is on file in the office of the County Clerk. The following members were present: Cliff Morrow, David Schold, Greg Brummond, Matt Connealy, Perry Rogers, Ted Connealy and Gerald Newill.

The meeting opened at 9:00 A.M. upon motion by Rogers, seconded by Schold, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays-none. Chairman Morrow informed the public that the Nebraska Open Meeting Act was posted on the wall.

Upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Brummond, the agenda was approved with the addition of a bid from Lindy Glass for windows in the Courthouse Building, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes –Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays-none.

The County Clerk Report of Fees, the County Court Report of Fines, the District Court Fee Report and the Zoning Report for June, as well as the Sheriff’s Quarterly Report and the Treasurer’s 6 month Report were approved upon motion by Newill, seconded by T.Connealy, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

The minutes of the last meeting were approved upon motion by Rogers, seconded by Schold , with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

The following Miscellaneous Receipts in the amount of $362,945.72 and fund balances were approved upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by T.Connealy, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

ZONING PERMITS
CO CLERK-FILING & RECORDING FEES
CO CLERK-DOC STAMPS (COUNTY SHARE) CO CLERK-MISC FEES
DISTRICT COURT-FILING FEES
DISTRICT COURT – REFUNDS
DISTRICT COURT-MISC FEES & REVENUE DISTRICT COURT-FEES & COST

DISTRICT COURT-FILING FEES 1

525.00 3,644.00 2,194.28

166.65 294.00 102.00

72.00

86.25 100.00

July 14, 2015

DEPT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
CO COURT-MISC FEES
CO SHERIFF-SERVICE FEES
CO SHERIFF-MILEAGE & COSTS INTOX – BREATH ANALYZER FEE TITLE INSPECTIONS

GUN PERMITS
FINGER PRINT CHARGES
CO SHERIFF – MISC REFUND
CO ATTNY FEES-CHECK COLLECTION
CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT
COPIES
OVERLOAD FINES-25% COUNTY SHARE INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS HIGHWAY/STREET ALLOCATION
ROAD- ONE TIME REVENUE
TRANSFERS INTER-FUND road
CO CLERK-PRESERVATION & MODERNIZATION DIVERSION – CUMING CO
STOP PROGRAM
INHERITANCE TAX
INHERITANCE TAX
INHERITANCE TAX
PLAT BOOK SALES
911 WIRELESS
COUNTY 911
OVERLOAD FINES-75% STATE SHARE
COUNTY COURT FINES-REGULAR
COUNTY COURT BOND FORFEITURES DECATUR FIRE- GENERAL
LYONS FIRE -GENERAL
OAKLAND FIRE -GENERAL
DECATUR FIRE -BOND
LYONS FIRE -BOND
OAKLAND FIRE -BOND
LYONS CITY -GENERAL
TEKAMAH CITY -GENERAL
MOTOR VEHICLE PRO-RATE

13,740.34 61.50 708.00 757.65 150.00 360.00 20.00 30.00 2.00 10.00 5,987.75 33.99 12.50 0.03 84,532.34 4,618.00 200,000.00 572.50 25.00 100.00 2,618.68 21,288.18 137.64 34.00 0.29 832.00 37.50 4,183.50 306.00 841.42 924.24 1,023.15 346.23 146.39 198.62 48.00 100.00 10,974.10

The Nebraska Department of Roads 1 & 6 year Plan Program Book was shared and placed on file.

A reminder from the NACO July Legal Calendar was shared with the Board Members in regards to Board members responding to weed complaints.

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A letter from the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality was noted and placed on file.

Patty Plugge came before the Board to discuss the opportunity of creating/adopting a Lodging Tax in Burt County. She gave a report on annual fees collected by Counties the approximate size of Burt County. The Counties collecting 2% averaged approx. $5,000 /year. Fees are collected via Lodging Facilities and Campgrounds throughout the county, with Burt County having over 100 rooms/campsites that could collect this tax. She explained to the Board that a committee would need to be formed to track this fund and to decide how the money would be spent. The Board opened up discussions and heard from representatives from the Lodging Industry: Trent Leichleiter manager of Pheasant Bonanza, Brenda Pearson owner of Gramma B’s Lodgings and Sheila Maryott owner of Decatur River Cabins. Hearing little opposition, Board Member Brummond made a motion to schedule a Public Hearing in order to further explore the Lodging Communities’ feelings on the implementation of a Lodging Tax in Burt County. Schold seconded the motion, and Chairman Morrow instructed Co. Clerk Sarah Freidel and Patty Plugge to work together to schedule a Public Hearing for August 11, 2015 to be held during the Board Meeting, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

Board member M.Connealy moved to adopt the following resolution as part of Burt County Fiscal Year End Business:

RESOLUTION #2015-13

WHEREAS there is a balance of $40,824.04 in the E-911 account;

AND WHEREAS the Burt County Board of Supervisors has earmarked this monies for the purchase of new equipment and upgrades to the 911 system;

AND WHEREAS this is in compliance with rules and regulations set forth by the Public Service Commission.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Burt County Board of Supervisors that the $40,824.04 in the E-911 account be earmarked for the purchase of new equipment and upgrades to the 911 system.

DATED this 14th day of July, 2015.

ATTEST: SARAH J FREIDEL BURT COUNTY CLERK

CLIFFORD MORROW, CHAIRMAN BURT COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

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Board Member Brummond seconded the motion, and the Chairman declared it adopted, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

Upon motion by Rogers, seconded by Brummond, Chairman Morrow signed a Contract with J & R Concrete & Construction, LLC to complete the concrete road paving project at the RR crossing on County Road “O”, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

By request of County Attorney Frank Barron, the Board discussed the Co. Attorney Reporting Requirements required by Nebraska Statute 23-1201(2). Upon motion by Schold, seconded by T.Connealy, the Board chose to waive the County Attorney’s Reporting Requirements per statute 23-1201(2), with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none .

Upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by T.Connealy, Chairman Morrow signed the

Subgrant Agreement between the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Division of Children and Family Services Child Support Enforcement and Burt County, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

Upon motion by Schold, seconded by Rogers, the Board approved the bid from Lindy Glass to replace 48 windows on the north and south sides of the Courthouse for $19,440.00, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, the meeting adjourned at 10:20 A.M. until July 20, 2015.

ATTEST: SARAH J. FREIDEL CLIFFORD L. MORROW, CHAIRMAN BURT COUNTY CLERK BURT COUNTY BOARD OFSUPERVISORS

These minutes are not the official record and may be corrected. A copy of the approved official minutes is available to the public at the Clerk’s Office.

4 July 14, 2015

Burt County Board of Supervisors Meeting Minutes


OFFICE OF THE BURT COUNTY CLERK

Minutes of the Burt County Board of Supervisors

July 20, 2015

TEKAMAH NE 68061

The Burt County Board of Supervisors met on Monday, July 20, 2015 in the Boardroom of the Burt County Courthouse in Tekamah, Nebraska, pursuant to adjournment of their last meeting. Notice of the meeting was given in advance upon a 2nd floor bulletin board within the courthouse and on the County’s Website. A stamped dated copy of the notice is on file in the office of the County Clerk. The following members were present: Cliff Morrow, David Schold, Greg Brummond, Matt Connealy, Perry Rogers, Ted Connealy and Gerald Newill.

The meeting opened at 10:35 A.M. upon motion by Rogers, seconded by Schold, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays-none. Chairman Morrow informed the public that the Nebraska Open Meeting Act was posted on the wall.

The Board reviewed and approved the office budget requests for the 2015-2016 fiscalyear. ChairmanMorrowinstructedCo.ClerkSarahFreideltosubmitthebudget worksheets to Budget Authority, Mr. Fred Mytty.

There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, the meeting adjourned at 12:10 P.M. until 9:00 A.M., July 31, 2015.

ATTEST: SARAH J. FREIDEL CLIFFORD L. MORROW, CHAIRMAN BURT COUNTY CLERK BURT COUNTY BOARD OF

SUPERVISORS

These minutes are not the official record and may be corrected. A copy of the approved official minutes is available to the public at the Clerk’s Office

1 July 20, 2015

Burt County Board of Supervisors Meeting Minutes


OFFICE OF THE BURT COUNTY CLERK

Minutes of the Burt County Board of Supervisors

June 9, 2015

TEKAMAH NE 68061

The Burt County Board of Supervisors met in regular session on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 in the Boardroom of the Burt County Courthouse in Tekamah, Nebraska, pursuant to adjournment of their last meeting. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by Publication in the Plaindealer, upon a 1st floor bulletin board within the courthouse and on the County’s Website. A copy of the proof of publication is on file in the office of the County Clerk. The following members were present: Cliff Morrow, David Schold, Greg Brummond, Matt Connealy, Perry Rogers, Ted Connealy and Gerald Newill.

The meeting opened at 9:00 A.M. upon motion by Rogers, seconded by Schold, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays-none. Chairman Morrow informed the public that the Nebraska Open Meeting Act was posted on the wall.

Upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Brummond, the agenda was approved with the addition of a NMC Contract for the generator, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays-none.

The County Clerk Report of Fees, the County Court Report of Fines, the District Court Fee Report and the Zoning Report for May, were approved upon motion by Rogers, seconded by Newill, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

The minutes of the last meeting were approved upon motion by Schold, seconded by Rogers, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

The following Miscellaneous Receipts in the amount of $382,732.55 and fund balances were approved upon motion by Rogers, seconded by M.Connealy, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

TRAILER COURT LICENSES
ZONING PERMITS
INSURANCE PREMIUM FROM STATE CO CLERK -FILING & RECORDING

CO CLERK -DOC STAMPS (CO SHARE) CO CLERK -MISC FEES
CL OF DIST COURT -FILING FEES COURT COST REFUNDS

CL OF DIST COURT -MISC FEES & REV CL OF DIST COURT -FEES & COSTS

55.00 385.00 18,475.04 3,722.50 1,754.32 240.74 250.00 1.00 237.49 5.00

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DEPT SOCIAL SERVICE -CH SUPPORT COUNTY COURT -MISC FEES
CO SHERIFF -SERVICE
CO SHERIFF -MILEAGE & COST INTOX

TITLE INSPECTIONS
GUN PERMITS
FINGER PRINTING
CO ATTY FEES -CHECK COLLECT OVERLOAD FINES -25% CO SHARE INTEREST ON INVEST. HWY/STREET ALLOCATIONS TRANSFER gen-road

REG OF DEEDS -P&M
STOP PROGRAM
INHERITANCE TAX -RUBY FLEISCHMAN ESTATE INHERITANCE TAX -WILLIAM JOHNSON ESTATE INTEREST ON INHERITANCE
PLAT BOOK SALES
911 WIRELESS
COUNTY 911
OVERLOAD FINES -75% STATE SHARE
CO COURT FINES -REGULAR
CO COURT BOND FORFEIT
CRAIG FIRE -GEN
LYONS FIRE -GEN
OAKLAND FIRE -GEN
DECATUR FIRE -BOND
LYONS FIRE -BOND
OAKLAND FIRE -BOND
CO COURT -MUNICIPAL COURT FEES
MFO MONEY FROM STATE

8,433.57 3.00 1,077.00 1,141.41 490.00 790.00 125.00 60.00 70.00 31.25 2,369.93 74,718.56 200,000.00 589.00 350.00 328.28 14,630.00 300.06 51.00 4,771.30 1,279.00 93.75 6,286.75 312.00 2,373.81 3,291.34 3,809.35 976.01 521.40 739.44 2.00 27,592.25

Brooks Larson from the Cattlemen’s Association and Steve Martin with the Nebraska Department of Agriculture met with the Board to discuss Livestock Friendly Designation in Burt County. After a presentation from both men, members of the public spoke: John Wilson said that he spoke to a few colleagues and they had neutral feedback on positives/negatives of the designation; Patty Plugge with the Burt County Economic Development, Bill Method and Dave Pearson all spoke in support of the designation. With a large public crowd present, the Board agreed they needed to look further into the possibility of moving forward with the designation process. Upon motion by Brummond, seconded by Newill, the Board moved to hold a Public Hearing to consider Livestock Friendly Designation for Burt County, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – M.Connealy

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Ed Knott with Applied Connective Technologies, the County’s technology service provider, presented his new bids for IT for the coming year. The previous contract for service is close to running out of hours, but the software contract is good through July 2015. The Board asked for simplicity sake that both new contracts begin August 1, 2015; at the point when our service hours are all used and before our new contract is effective, ACT will just bill for service hours used at $77.50/hour. T.Connealy moved to authorize Chairman Morrow to sign the new agreements dated August 1, 2015. Brummond seconded the motion, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

M.Connealy moved to approve a claim for $21,000.00 to Plains Equipment for payment of an Ashland scraper, the check was needed to be taken upon picking up the scraper. Motion was seconded by Brummond, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

Upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Newill, The Board instructed County Clerk Sarah Freidel to direct the County Officials to include the possibility of a cost of living raise up to 3% in the last six months of their 2015-2016 budgets. Roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none. The Board set the date to discuss office and fund budgets for the 2015-2016 fiscal year, discussions will be held July 13, 2015 after the Livestock Friendly Public Hearing.

The Board of Equalization meeting date to hear Property Valuation Protests was set for July 14, 2015 with a start time of 11:00 AM, during/after the regularly scheduled board meeting, hearings will continue on into the afternoon that day, and if necessary parties will return to continue on July 15 at 9:00 AM. The Board will meet on Monday, July 20, at 9:00 A.M. to make final decisions on Valuation Protests.

Changes to the Personnel Policy that were presented on May 29, 2015 by Attorney Dan Smith were reviewed and discussed. The Board approved the updated Personnel Policy (Revised June 2015) upon motion by Schold, seconded by T.Connealy, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

Upon motion by Schold, seconded by Brummond, the Board accepted a Service Contract from NMC for $1,990.00 to do service/repairs on the Generator, roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

Board Member Schold brought up the topic of LB65 with regards to the ability of a County Board to levy taxes for inactive Townships. Burt County has 5 inactive Townships currently, all agreed that they want to figure out what can be done and how to move forward to do it with the new Fiscal Year Approaching. Road Superintendent Peggy Smith said she’ll do some looking into it for possible future action.

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Road Superintendent Peggy Smith and Foreman Mike Braniff reported on the status of various Road Projects.

There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, the meeting adjourned at 11:10 A.M. until 9:00 A.M., June 30, 2015.

ATTEST: SARAH J. FREIDEL CLIFFORD L. MORROW, CHAIRMAN BURT COUNTY CLERK BURT COUNTY BOARD OF

SUPERVISORS

These minutes are not the official record and may be corrected. A copy of the approved official minutes is available to the public at the Clerk’s Office.

4 June 9, 2015

Burt County Board of Supervisors Meeting Minutes


OFFICE OF THE BURT COUNTY CLERK

Minutes of the Burt County Board of Supervisors

May 29, 2015

TEKAMAH NE 68061

The Burt County Board of Supervisors met in regular session on Friday, May 29, 2015 in the Boardroom of the Burt County Courthouse in Tekamah, Nebraska, pursuant to adjournment of their last meeting. Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by Publication in the Plaindealer, upon a 1st floor bulletin board within the courthouse and on the County’s Website. A copy of the proof of publication is on file in the office of the County Clerk. The following members were present: Cliff Morrow, David Schold, Greg Brummond, Matt Connealy, Perry Rogers, Ted Connealy and Gerald Newill.

The meeting opened at 9:00 A.M. upon motion by Rogers, seconded by Newill, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays-none. Chairman Morrow informed the public that the Nebraska Open Meeting Act was posted on the wall.

Upon motion by Schold, seconded by Newill, the agenda was approved, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes –Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays-none.

The following claims for May in the amount of $803,977.72 including $99,591.24 for payroll, were read, audited, warrant drawn and checks generated on the respective funds on motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Rogers, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none. $200,000.00 of this total reflects a transfer from the General Fund to the Road Fund.

ADAM TRIPP
ADVANCED CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE AFLAC
ANDERSON HARDWARE
APPLIED CONNECTIVE TECH
AS CENTRAL SERVICES
AS CENTRAL SERVICES, OCIO
AT&T
BLACK HILLS ENERGY
BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD
BLUFF GRAVEL CO
BOMGAARS
BRANIFF SERVICE
BREHMER MFG
BRENNEIS INS

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ATTY FEES
MEDICAL
INSURANCE
SUPPLIES
SERVICE
AS/400 COSTS
TELETYPE
PHONE
HEATING FUEL
INSURANCE 61,366.84 GRAVEL/BORROW 15,966.36 SUPPLIES/PARTS 790.13 FUEL 4,913.30

STEEL PRODUCTS LIABILITY INS

128.54 116,767.18

900.00 26.75 820.23 87.51 645.83 221.60 350.00 56.85 132.65

May 29, 2015

BURT CO COURT
BURT CO PUBLIC POWER
BURT CO SERVICE FUND
BURT CO SHERIFF
BURT CO TREASURER
CARROLL WELTE
CENTEC CAST METAL PRODUCTS CENTRAL UNITED LIFE INS
CENTURYLINK
CITY CLERK
CITY OF LYONS
CITY OF TEKAMAH
CLEANING MART
CLIFF MORROW
CNA AUTO SERVICES
COMPLETE SECURITY & INVESTIGATIONS CREDIT MANAGEMENT SERVICES CRESTON FERTILIZER
CUBBY’S
DAVID SCHOLD
DEARBORN NATL LIFE INS
DECATUR EXPRESS
DELMAR ANDERSON
DREW LAW FIRM
ERNIE GLUP PIPE SALES
FARMERS PRIDE
FASTENAL CO
FILTER CARE OF NEBR
FIRST BANKCARD
FIRST CONCORD BENEFITS
FIRST NATL BANK NORTHEAST
FIRST NATL BANK NORTHEAST
FRANCES FRENCH
FRED FRANKLIN
FREMONT SANITATION
GEOCOMM
GERALD NEWILL
GREG BRUMMOND
HOPKINS LAW OFFICE
ILA DAVIS
IOWA OFFICE SUPPLY
JAMES DEVENING

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COURT FEES
RADIO TOWER
RELIEF FUND
FUEL/MEAL/SUPP 180.09 FUND TRANSFER 200,000.00 MEAL/LODGE 347.33

1,755.86 10.25 64,557.30 70.00 160.15 147.23 950.00 47.15 145.64 75.00 316.23 449.18 391.39 MILEAGE 81.65

GRAVE MARKERS LIFE INSURANCE

NEW 911 UTILITIES UTILITIES UTILITIES BUFFER MILEAGE PARTS/REPAIRS PERSONAL SRV GARNISHMENT CHEMICALS FULE

FUEL
SUPPLIES MAINTENANCE

INSTALL

31.46 1,061.36 92.32 3,180.00 1,826.40 1,868.42 21.13 91.00 LODGING 96.68 INSURANCE 380.00

LIFE INSURANCE FUEL
PRIOR SERVICE ATTY FEES CULVERTS

FEDERAL TAXES
CHECK ORDER
PRIOR SERVICE
EQUIP ETC.
TRASH 121.36 E-911 MAINTAIN 3,212.00 MILEAGE 59.80 MILEAGE 60.38 ATTY FEES 885.00 PRIOR SERVICE 18.00 LEASES/SUPPLY 350.19 TRASH 235.00

353.00

314.37 2,500.00

32,398.70 104.00 11.00 771.83

May 29, 2015

JENNIE DUGAN-HINRICHS JOHN WILSON
JOHNSON & MOCK
JONI RENSHAW

K B’S MINI MART
K-C PARTS & REPAIR
KEITH SMITH
KELLY HENRY TURNER LAW OFFICE KUENY & BEGLEY
M. SCOTT VANDER SCHAAF MADISON CO SHERIFF
MAINELLI, WAGNER & ASSO MARSHALL & SWIFT
MARTIN MARIETTA
MARY LOFTIS
MASSMUTUAL
MATT CONNEALY
MEMORIAL COMM HOSP MID-AMERICAN BENEFITS
MIDWEST SERVICE
MILLS LAW OFFICE
MIPS INC
NASB
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT
NE ASSN CO HIWAY SUPT
NE HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES NEBR CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT CTR NEBR WEED CONTROL ASSN NEBRASKA CO ATTORNEYS ASSN NPPD
NICHOLAS WURTH LAW OFFICE NORTHEAST NEBR TELEPHONE CO NORTHEAST RESEARCH & EXT CTR O’KEEFE ELEVATOR CO INC OAKLAND INDEPENDENT
OFFICE WAREHOUSE
PATRICK R RUNGE
PELAN FUNERAL SERVICES
PENNY WARREN
PERRY ROGERS
PEST-TROL
PHYSICIANS LAB

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AUTOPSY 225.00 MILEAGE 41.40

6,658.75 130.52 1,401.23 155.95 225.00 720.00 1,807.50 2,400.00 4,200.00 ENGINEERING 11,719.01 MANUAL 614.20 GRAVEL/BORROW 1,481.90 MILE/SUPPLIES 205.75 INSURANCE 200.00 MILEAGE 22.43 BLOOD TEST 20.80 INSURANCE 345.00 FUEL 12,278.39

ATTY FEES MILEAGE FUEL
PARTS PARTS/LABOR ATTY FEES ATTY FEES ATTY FEES

BD PRISONERS

ATTY FEES MONTHLY BILL WORKSHOP RETIREMENT REGISTRATIONS INSTITUTIONS CHILD SUPPORT 2015 DUES DUES SEMINAR ELECTRICITY ATTY FEES TELEPHONE SUPPLIES ELEVATOR PUBLISHING SUPPLIES

937.50 3,392.21 35.00 1,475.00 110.00 270.00 1,224.17 125.00 1,366.00 570.86 352.50 228.91 325.20 258.18 277.50 622.09 1,410.00 TRANSPORTATION 630.00 MILES/MEALS 198.64 CHECKING ROADS 28.75 PEST CONTROL 38.00 AUTOPSY 940.00

ATTY FEES

May 29, 2015

PLAINDEALER PUBLISHING
PUMP SHOP
QUALITY PRINTING & OFFICE SUPP RANDY RAGER

RASMUSSEN MECHANICAL
RDO TRUCK CENTERS
REDFIELD & CO
RETIREMENT PLANS DIV. OF AMERITAS SAPP BROS

SARAH FREIDEL
SAVE MORE MARKET
SCHENKELBERG IMPLEMENT
SEC OF STATE-ELECTION DIVISION SHAMBURG AUTO SIDNER,SVOBODA,SCHILKE,THOMSEN STATE TAX COMMISSIONER
STEVEN DEVENING
STRATTON, DELAY & DOELE, P.C.,L.L.0 TEAM LAB CHEMICAL
TEKAMAH POST OFFICE
THE SIGN DEPOT
TED CONNEALY
TRI-STATE COMMUNICATIONS
U OF NEBR MED CENTER
VERIZON
VILLAGE OF DECATUR
WASHINGTON CO BANK WASHINGTON CO SHERIFF WASHINGTON NATL INS WOODHOUSE

PUBLISHING 883.40 SUPPLIES 56.00 SUPPLIES 1,536.91 PRIOR SERVICE 69.24 PARTS 126.67 PARTS 693.63 SUPPLIES 987.13 RETIREMENT 16,086.96 FUEL 2,048.77

MILES
SUPPLIES
TRIMMER/MOWER
SUPPLIES
PARTS
ATTY FEES
STATE TAXES
GRAVEL/BORROW 17,566.31

ATTY FEES
SUPPLIES
POSTAGE
SP CLOTHING
MILEAGE
TOWER RENT
AUTOPSY
CELL PHONE
UTILITIES 78.30 MOTOR GRADER 63,398.67 BD PRISONER 8,360.00 INSURANCE 16.15 PARTS/LABOR 1,080.46

The minutes of the last meeting were approved upon motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Schold, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

A letter from Burt Co. Assessor Joni Renshaw was noted and placed on file. The letter states, “The revision of assessment rolls, lists and returns for real and personal property has been completed, and this information is available in the Assessor’s Office”.

Highway Superintendent Peggy Smith presented an agreement with the Nebraska Department of Roads for the chairman to sign. The agreement is for the inspection and any

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128.23 151.66 887.59

10.00 698.14 772.50

3,948.49

225.00 839.50 70.00 114.50 50.03 158.50 575.00 198.78

necessary load re-rating of all fracture critical bridges in Burt County due for inspection in 2015. The project program agreement states that the County will pay 20% of the total costs.

Board member Rogers offered the following resolution and moved for its adoption.

RESOLUTION 2015-06

SIGNING OF THE PROJECT PROGRAM AGREEMENT 2015 FRACTURE CRITICAL BRIDGE INSPECTION

Whereas: the Nebraska Department of Roads (NDOR) is developing a transportation project, on the behalf of the county, for which it intends to obtain Federal funds;
Whereas: Burt County as a sub-recipient of Federal-Aid funding is charged with the responsibility of expending said funds in accordance with Federal, State and local laws, rules, regulations, policies and guidelines applicable to the funding of the Federal-aid projects; Whereas: Burt County and the NOOR wish to enter into a Program Agreement to provide for fracture critical bridge inspection and load re-rating (if necessary) services for the Federal-aid project.

Be It Resolved: by the Board of Supervisors of Burt County that:
Cliff Morrow, Chair of the Burt County Board of Supervisors is hereby authorized to sign the attached Project Program Agreement between the Burt County and the NOOR.
Burt County is committed to providing local funds for the project as required by the Project

Program Agreement.

NDOR Project Number: STP-NBIS(102)
NDOR Control Number: 00924
NDOR Project Name: 2015 Fracture Critical Bridge Inspection

Adopted this 29th day of May, 2015

The Board of Supervisors of Burt County Clifford Morrow

David Schold Greg Brummond Gerald Newill

Attest: Sarah J. Freidel Burt County Clerk

Matt Connealy Perry Rogers Ted Connealy

Board Member T.Connealy seconded the motion, and the Chairman declared it adopted, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

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Highway Superintendent Peggy Smith presented a three party agreement with the State of Nebraska, Department of Roads and the BNSF Railway for the chairman to sign. The agreement is for the installation of flashing lights signals and gates at public crossing located on County Road O. The project agreement states that the County will pay for signage costs.

Board member M.Connealy offered the following resolution and moved for its adoption.

RESOLUTION NO. 2015-07

WHEREAS, the County Board of Burt County, the BNSF Railway and the State of Nebraska intend to make improvements to a railroad grade crossing, located on County Road 0 at BNSF Railway DOT No 083127S.

WHEREAS, the parties have provided for the terms and conditions for making those improvements in a Supplemental Agreement.
WHEREAS, the County of Burt wishes to enter into this three-party agreement.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the County Board of Burt County hereby authorizes the County Board Chair to sign an agreement with the State of Nebraska, Department of Roads and the BNSF Railway for the installation of flashing light signals and gates at public crossing located on County Road 0 at BNSF Railway at DOT. No. 083127S.

NDOR Project Number: RRX-7952 (2) NDOR Control Number: 32185 NDOR Project Description: Lyons South Crossing

Resolved this 29th Day of May, 2015

ATTEST: Sarah J. Freidel Clifford Morrow
Burt County Clerk Burt County Board Chairman

Board Member T.Connealy seconded the motion, and the Chairman declared it adopted, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

At 10:17 A.M. Chairman Morrow opened the public hearing for Rodney Freeman to build a house on a minimum maintenance road on the North line of 16-21-10. Rodney came before the board to explain that his plans have since changed and he no longer needs the permit. He is not going to be building a house there anymore. The Chairman declared the public hearing closed at 10:20 A.M. and the Board went back into regular session. No action was taken.

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Attorney Dan Smith presented the changes he made to the Burt County Personnel Policy Manual in efforts to update the manual. The Board will review those changes in detail and revisit the Manual at the next regular Board Meeting (June 9th).

Trent Leichleiter came before the Board on behalf of Pheasant Bonanza to express concerns about the condition of CR P between Hwy 75 and CR 32. He asked the Board to consider more work to the road in their future plans; he expressed concern for their business in regards to their clientele having to drive on such a poor road.

Silvercreek Township Board Members: Vic Jensen, Trent Leichleiter and Ray Petersen approached the Board to introduce the idea of trading some roads. They would like to see the County take over CR P from CR 23 East to Hwy 75. Both Boards agreed they like the idea of trading roads and decided to get some proposals put together on each end and revisit.

Highway Superintendent Peggy Smith reported that new overhead doors are needed on the Tekamah Shed. She’s gotten a quote of $8,521.00 from Overhead Door of Norfolk, NE for 2 new insulated 25×12 overhead doors.

The Road Committee: T.Connealy, Brummond and Schold, presented options for getting a tractor and scraper. After much discussion, Schold made a motion to lease a tractor from Lee Valley (at $45/hour with a minimum of 200 hours) for this years busy season to see how much it gets used. Seconded by M.Connealy, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers and Newill. Nays – T.Connealy.

Upon motion by T.Connealy, seconded by M.Connealy the Board approved the purchase of a scraper from Plains Equipment, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Peggy Smith will make an offer up to $23,500.00.

A letter from the State of Nebraska Department of Roads was shared by Chairman Morrow in response to Burt County’s request for clarification of repairing the Highway Returns that lay within the State Right of Way. In summary, the letter suggested that ‘the State policy places the duty on the county to maintain the surface of the entire county road’ including the State’s Right of Way. Highway Supt. Peggy Smith presented a proposal for asphalt patching by Western Engineering Co. in the amount of $237,958.00, this involving patching on various county roads and some highway returns. The bid was accepted upon motion by Schold, seconded by M.Connealy, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays –none. Smith reported that they will start in June.

Sue Warner with Blue Cross Blue Shield visited with the Board about the latest negotiations between CHI and Blue Cross Blue Shield.

7 May 29, 2015

Judd Allen with NACO Benefit Services introduced himself to the Board. Living close by in Fort Calhoun, he explained that he’ll be a local representative for us.

The Board reviewed options and alternatives to Burt County’s present health and dental insurance benefits and offerings. After discussions, the Board decided to renew and agreements were signed and accepted with the NACO Benefits Services Group Plan which includes the following enrollment specifics:

Health Ins with Blue Cross Blue Shield (PPO $1500 deductible) Dental Ins with Blue Cross Blue Shield (option 3)
NACO offered Life Ins. Plan
NACO offered disability coverage (with employee buy up option) HRA with Mid-American Benefits

Option for Section 125 plan with First Concord
Motion by M.Connealy, seconded by Brummond, with roll call vote as follows: Ayes – Morrow, Schold, Brummond, M.Connealy, Rogers, T.Connealy and Newill. Nays – none.

There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, the meeting adjourned at 11:42 A.M. until 9:00 A.M., June 9, 2015.

ATTEST: SARAH J. FREIDEL CLIFFORD L. MORROW, CHAIRMAN BURT COUNTY CLERK BURT COUNTY BOARD OFSUPERVISORS

These minutes are not the official record and may be corrected. A copy of the approved official minutes is available to the public at the Clerk’s Office.

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