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Oakland City Council Meeting Agenda


 REGULAR MEETING

CITY COUNCIL

CITY OF OAKLAND, NEBRASKA

 

MEETING NOTICE:

            NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a regular meeting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Oakland, Nebraska, will be held at 5:30 on Monday May 16th, 2016 at the Municipal Building, 401 North Oakland Avenue in Oakland, Nebraska for the regular monthly meeting.

An agenda for such meeting, kept continuously current is available for public inspection at the office of the City Clerk. Except for items of an emergency nature, the agenda shall not be enlarged later than twenty-four hours before the scheduled commencement of the meeting.

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PRELIMINARY AGENDA

I.                        CALL TO ORDER

 

A.   Roll Call

B.   Establishment of a Quorum

C.   Reminder of Open Meeting Laws/Poster

D.   Approval April 18th, 2016 meeting minutes

E.    Treasurer’s Report

 

  1. SCHEDULED CITIZENS AND VISITORS TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL

 

  • COMMITTEE AND DEPARTMENT REPORTS

F.    Police Report

G.   Parks Report

 

IV.                    OLD BUSINESS

 

V.                      NEW BUSINESS

H.   4 Wheeler/golf cart fees

I.     Water Supply lines

J.     Pool fees and hours for 2016 season-same or change?

K.   Hiring of additional summer pool staff

L.    Update on Nuisance property

M. Accept pay application for Group A

N.

 

VI.                    INFORMATION ITEM

 

 

  • DISCUSSION

O.        Water Supply lines

 

                 

  • CLOSED SESSION

 

  1. APPROVAL OF OPERATIONS BILLS AND WARRANTS

Approval by motion

  1. ADJOURNMENT

Registered Agenda Speakers

                  The Mayor or Presiding Meeting Officer reserves the right to deny this request, or will call you to the center front podium when your agenda Item is ready to be heard. Presentations, if allowed, may be limited to five (5) minutes per person, with a limit of three (3) individuals speaking per topic position. Please come to the center front podium, and clearly state your name and address for the record and the agenda topic you wish to speak upon in a professional manner.

                  The Mayor and City Council reserve the right to enter into an executive session at any time during the meeting, in accordance with the Nebraska Open Meetings Act, even though the closed session may not be indicated on the agenda.

                  It is the intention of the Mayor and City Council to take up the items on the agenda in sequential order. However, the Mayor and City Council reserve the right to take up matters in a different order to accommodate the schedules of the city council members, persons having items on the agenda, and the public

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Village of Decatur Meeting Agenda


VILLAGE OF DECATUR

REGULAR BOARD MEETING

AGENDA

MAY 12TH, 2016 @ 4:30 PM

 

NOTE: Everyone must use the microphones at the table. The audience must be quiet during the meeting. If you want to ask a question and you are not on the Agenda, you must raise your hand, get permission from the Chairman, and come to the microphone before speaking. If you are on the Agenda the same rule applies.

 

THE VILLAGE BOARD HAS THE RIGHT TO MODIFY THE AGENDA AT THE PUBLIC MEETING WHEN CONVENED. MEETING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. A COPY OF THE OPEN MEETINGS ACT IS LOCATED ON THE NORTH WALL.

 

1)         Regular Meeting Called to Order by Chairman Kellogg

Roll Call: Anderson_______ Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

 

2)        Agenda and minutes of the previous month’s meeting received:

Roll Call: Anderson_______ Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

 

3)        Approval and/or correction and suspended reading of the previous month minutes.

Roll Call: Anderson_______ Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

 

4)        EXCUSE BOARD MEMBERS NOT ATTENDING THE MEETING:

 

Motion to Excuse Loretta Kellogg from tonight’s meeting

 

Roll Call: Anderson_______ Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

 

 

5)         REPORTS OF OFFICERS, BOARDS AND OR COMMITTEES:

 

1)         Police: Monthly Report

2)         Lights: Monthly Report-

 

3)         Water & Sewer: Monthly Report- Olson Bid
4)         Parks: Monthly Report-
5)         Streets: Monthly Report- Income from city sales tax for February $3,403.25.

 

6)         Recycling Report: Recycling is needing to be hauled to Tekamah

 

6)        OLD BUSINESS

1)        Ordinance §53.07A regarding late fee

2)        Ordinance §111.01A Amending Peddlers and Hawkers

3)         Rezoning Lots 18-28 Block 22

4)         252 W. 3rd St. Clerk wants the ok to line up the abatement of asbestos and clean up of land.


7)         NEW BUSINESS

 

1)        Kay Kellogg- Commercial Insurance

2)         Community Club Liquor License Riverfront Days

3)        Donations to Community Club for fireworks

4)        Donations to Business Club for website

5)        City Hall basement flooding

6)        Minors Mowing

7)         Sell 1986 Chevy pickup

8)        Look into replacing 1978 IH Dump truck

9)         QuickBooks updating software to 2016

10)        Dave Malloy- Cabins

11)        Norma Farrens- Riverfront

12)         Tim Slaughter- Lighting at the Memorial Trailer

 

8)         CORRESPONDENCE

1) Tri-State High Adventure Base

2) Nate Wright. Bike and Build
9)         ANNOUNCEMENTS

Next Regular Board meeting will be on June 9th , 2016 at 4:30 here at City Hall

 

10)       APPROPRIATIONS AND CONSIDERATION OF THE CLAIMS:

 

1) Claims preapproved by Gatewood and Tolby

2) Motion to Approve the Claims as Submitted

 

________________2nd_________________

 

 

Roll Call: Anderson_______ Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

 

Are there any questions from the audience?

 

 

12)       MOTION TO ADJOURN THE REGULAR MEETING

 

 

_______________2nd________________

Adjournment Time:

 

 

Oakland-Craig Board of Education Meeting Minutes


The regular monthly Board of Education meeting was held Monday, April 11, 2016 in the Board Meeting Room in the Elementary Building. Administrators present were Superintendent Smith, Secondary Principal Droescher and Elementary Principal Bland. President Thiele called the meeting to order at 8:00 p.m. and noted the Nebraska Open Meetings Law. Notice of this meeting was properly posted and/or published by advance Public Notice in accordance with Board Policy #2008 with notice and advance agenda given to the President of the Board and all members prior to the meeting date.

 

ROLL CALL

Roll Call was called with the following members present: Anderson, Brett Johnson, Kiley Johnson, Magnusson, Pille, Ray, Schmidt and Thiele.

 

APPROVAL OF AGENDA

            Pille moved that the agenda be approved as presented. Kiley Johnson seconded the motion. There was no discussion. Voting results were: For Motion-8; Against Motion-0; Other-1. Motion carried.

 

REGULAR AGENDA

 

President Thiele welcomed approximately 15 visitors. One patron addressed the Board.

 

APPROVAL OF APRIL 2016 CLAIMS FROM THE GENERAL FUND

Magnusson ­­moved that the April 2016 claims from the General Fund, in the amount of $39,202.38 be approved as presented. Anderson seconded the motion. There was no discussion. Voting results were: For Motion-8; Against Motion-0; Other-1. Motion carried.

 

Richards arrived at 8:04 p.m.

 

APPROVAL OF APRIL 2016 CLAIMS FROM THE LUNCH FUND

Pille ­­moved that the April 2016 claims from the Lunch Fund, in the amount of $17,030.46 be approved as presented. Magnusson seconded the motion. There was no discussion. Voting results were: For Motion-9; Against Motion-0; Other-0. Motion carried.

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM THE MARCH 14, 2016 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

Anderson moved to approve the minutes from the March 14, 2016 board meeting as presented. Kiley Johnson seconded the motion. There was no discussion. Voting results were: For Motion-9; Against Motion-0; Other-0. Motion carried.

 

DLR – CURTIS JOHNSON UPDATES ON HIGH SCHOOL, PARKING LOT AND BOILER PROJECTS

Curtis Johnson of DLR updated the Board on the assessment completed at the high school. The total cost of all the suggested upgrades is approximately $7 million. Plans for the elementary parking lot pavement project were reviewed. Modifications to the plan were requested. Bids for new boilers have been received.

           

 

DISCUSSION RELATED TO CONTINGENCY FUNDS

Lengthy discussion was held regarding projects to complete with the remaining contingency funds. Possible projects include replacing boilers in the elementary gym area, new water heaters, sidewalk improvement and parking lot paving.

 

CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE APPROVAL OF A BOILER BID

Superintendent Smith reported that he had received 3 bids for the boiler project. Much discussion followed. Brett Johnson moved to approve the bid from Jensen Plumbing & Heating in the amount not to exceed $60,000. Magnusson seconded the motion. There was no additional discussion. Voting results were: For Motion-9; Against Motion-0; Other-0. Motion carried.

 

CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE APPROVAL OF THE PURCHASE OF A USED CUSTODIAN PICK-UP

            Richards moved to approve the purchase of a used pick-up for the custodians to not exceed the amount of $10,000. Brett Johnson seconded the motion. Smith explained the current pick-up is only used in Oakland. If the janitors need to pick up parts or supplies out of town, they take their own vehicle and are reimbursed by the district for their mileage. Voting results were: For Motion-9; Against Motion-0; Other-0. Motion carried.

 

CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE APPROVAL OF THE RESOLUTION TO PAYOFF THE QUALIFIED CAPITAL PURPOSE UNDERTAKING FUND (QCPUF)

            Magnusson moved to approve the resolution to call for early redemption of 2008-2009 Limited Tax General Obligation Bonds for a total of $81,359.13. Pille seconded the motion. The bonds will be paid off on June 1, 2016. Any remaining funds in the QCPUF will be transferred into the Building Fund. Voting results were: For Motion-9; Against Motion-0; Other-0. Motion carried.

RESOLUTION

 

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF BURT COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 0014, IN THE STATE OF NEBRASKA:

 

Section 1. That the following bonds issued by Burt County School District 0014 (Oakland-Craig Public Schools), in the State of Nebraska (the “District”) are hereby called for redemption on June 1, 2016:

 

(a)        Limited Tax Building Improvement Bonds, Series 2008, date of original issue – June 19, 2008, in the principal amount of Fifty-five Thousand Dollars ($55,000), numbered as shown on the books of the Paying Agent, becoming due and bearing interest as follows:

 

Principal

Amount

Maturing

December 15 of Year

Interest

Rate

 

CUSIP

$ 55,000* 2017 3.95% 122881 AB1

*Term Bond

 

Said bonds are hereinafter referred to as the “2008 Called Bonds.”

 

Said 2008 Called Bonds are subject to redemption at any time on or after June 19, 2013, at the principal amount thereof plus accrued interest to the date fixed for redemption, and said interest is payable semiannually. Said 2008 Called Bonds were authorized by a resolution dated as of August 13, 2008 (the “2008 Resolution”), and were issued for the purpose of paying the cost of abating, eliminating, correcting and preventing actual or potential environmental hazards, accessibility barriers, life safety code violations and indoor air quality problems at the District.

 

(b)        Limited Tax Building Improvement Bonds, Series 2009, date of original issue – May 13, 2009, in the principal amount of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000), numbered as shown on the books of the Paying Agent, becoming due and bearing interest as follows:

 

Principal

Amount

Maturing

December 15 of Year

Interest

Rate

 

CUSIP

$ 25,000* 2016 3.10% 122881 AD7

*Term Bond

 

Said bonds are hereinafter referred to as the “2009 Called Bonds,” and together with the 2008 Called Bonds, the “Called Bonds.”

 

Said 2009 Called Bonds are subject to redemption at any time on or after May 13, 2014, at the principal amount thereof plus accrued interest to the date fixed for redemption, and said interest is payable semiannually. Said 2009 Called Bonds were authorized by a resolution dated as of September 15, 2008 (the “2009 Resolution,” and together with the 2008 Resolution, the “Resolution”), and were issued for the purpose of paying the cost of abating, eliminating, correcting and preventing actual or potential environmental hazards, accessibility barriers, life safety code violations and indoor air quality problems at the District.

 

Section 2. The Called Bonds are to be paid off at the principal corporate trust office of the First National Bank of Omaha, Fremont, Nebraska (formerly known as Fremont National Bank and Trust Company, Fremont, Nebraska) (the “Paying Agent”).

 

Section 3. A copy of this resolution shall be filed with the Paying Agent at least 30 days prior to the date fixed for redemption, which delivery is necessary in order for the call of the Called Bonds to be effective hereunder. The Paying Agent shall mail notice to all registered owners of the Called Bonds to be redeemed not less than thirty days prior to the date fixed for redemption in accordance with the Resolution authorizing the issuance of the Called Bonds and the redemption thereof and to take all other actions deemed necessary in connection therewith.

 

ADOPTED this 11th day of April, 2016.

 

CONSIDER AND ACT ON THE HIRING OF STAFF

            Pille moved that Dannika Nelson be hired as a Secondary Science Teacher for the 2016-2017 School Year.   Anderson seconded the motion.

Pille moved that Marla Slaughter be hired as an Elementary Teacher for the 2016-2017 School Year.   Richards seconded the motion.

There was no discussion

Voting results were: For Motion-9; Against Motion-0; Other-0. Motion carried.

 

STAFF RESIGNATIONS

Magnusson moved to accept the resignation, with regret, of Stephanie Johnson. Ray seconded the motion. President Thiele read Mrs. Johnson’s resignation letter and thanked her for her years of service. There was no discussion. Voting results were: For Motion-9; Against Motion-0; Other-0. Motion carried.

 

STANDING COMMITTEE REPORTS

The Adhoc Committee met on March 23rd and April 4th. Smith provided a copy of the notes from those meetings. Much discussion followed. Smith explained that a vote by the Board to prepare the petition document for creating a new school district does not mean that we are consolidated. Both school districts passing the bond issue would mean consolidation.

 

BOARD MEMBER REPORTS

            Schmidt and Magnusson along with Mr. Smith attended the NRCSA Spring Conference. All reported on some of the sessions that they attended.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS

            Elementary Principal Jess Bland reported that the Elementary Spring Program was held last week. Thank you to Mrs. Blanc and Mr. Bohn for putting on such a great program. The PTO sponsored a school carnival last month. Greg and Alison Mockenhaupt and all the volunteers were thanked for their hard work making the carnival a success. NeSA reading, math and science testing will be completed by May 1st. Principal Bland thanked the Oakland Police Department, the Burt County Sherriff’s Office and the Nebraska State Patrol for assisting in our lockdown drill. The School Improvement Committee met to discuss various improvement activities for next year. Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week is May 2nd – 6th. Bland reported projected kindergarten numbers for the next 3 school years. A list of upcoming events and activities was presented. Current PK-6th grade enrollment is 257 students, which is the same as last month and up 6 students from last year.

 

Secondary Principal Droescher reported current enrollment for the 7th through 12th grades at 187 students which is up 1 from last month and up 1 from last year.   The NeSA testing window is open and will continue through May 1st.   Progress reports will be mailed on April 18th to mark the halfway mark of the fourth quarter. Droescher reported that 23 Close Up students are in Washington DC this week. Teaching assignments with the new staffing were explained. Droescher also reported that with the addition of the Chromebooks, we have enough devices to go 1 to 1 in the high school. The steps necessary were explained. The seniors’ last days and the commencement schedule were shared, as well as upcoming school activities and athletic events.

 

Superintendent Smith provided a list of upcoming Board Member workshops and asked members for plans to attend. Smith reported that he had met with Karr Tuck Point Company to examine the brick and mortar at the elementary gym. It appears that the brick and mortar are in good shape with our leakage problems being caused by the need to add additional fascia around the roof. We will receive a bid for additional fascia. The latest legislative news was shared. The school received a letter regarding a proposed road construction project for 2017-2018. A raise in the bus barn rent was also discussed.

 

There being no further business on the agenda of this meeting, President Thiele adjourned this meeting at 10:35 p.m.

 

Secretary,

 

 

Julie Ehlers

 

GENERAL FUND
AMERICAN BROADBAND CLEC $206.45
ANDERSON HARDWARE $321.31
ANDERSON HARDWARE $42.35
AWARDS UNLIMITED $51.70
BARNHILL PIANO SERVICE $255.00
CENTRAL VALLEY AG $1,871.11
CITY OF OAKLAND $655.14
COMFORT INN $383.80
CONTINUUM RETAIL ENERGY SERVICES $7,303.80
D-B NEBRASKA SERVICE CO $1,583.18
DIETZE MUSIC HOUSE INC $250.40
DINKLAGE MEDICAL CLINIC $130.00
DOLLAR GENERAL-REGIONS 410526 $4.00
DONNA’S CATERING $500.00
EDUCATIONAL CONSULTING SERVICES $750.00
EDUCATIONAL SERVICE UNIT #1 $2,457.00
EGAN SUPPLY $285.40
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND EQUIPMENT $528.80
ESU 9 $4,500.00
FIREGUARD, INC $393.25
FIRST BANKCARD $1,585.12
FOOD PRIDE $176.81
HOMETOWN LEASING $1,255.77
JO-DEL ENTERPRISES $637.00
JOSTENS $461.09
K C PARTS $551.68
KSB SCHOOL LAW $192.50
LEARN2MOVE, LLC $265.44
LUNCHFUND $1,255.80
MENARDS $44.99
NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR $54.00
NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER $5,213.23
NETA CONFERENCE REGISTRATION $39.00
NRCSA $760.00
OMAHA WORLD HERALD $1,308.00
POPPLERS MUSIC $7.84
REVOLVING ACCOUNT $1,580.88
SUPPLYWORKS $1,340.54
$39,202.38
 

 

   
SCHOOL LUNCH FUND
  ANDERSON HARDWARE   $15.37  
  APPEARA   $254.35  
  BRAUNGER FOODS   $3,645.34  
  FOOD DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM   $2,956.86  
  FOOD PRIDE   $45.19  
  HILAND DAIRY FOODS COMPANY   $3,318.05  
  NEBRASKA SCHOOL NUTRITION ASSOC   $375.00  
  PEGLER SYSCO   $5,809.79  
  SCHOOL NUTRITION ASSOCIATION   $58.50  
  SUPPLYWORKS   $323.51  
  VERN’S PLBMG & HEATING   $228.50  
      $17,030.46  

 

Oakland-Craig Board of Education Meeting Agenda


OAKLAND-CRAIG PUBLIC SCHOOLS

BOARD OF EDUCATION

MEETING AGENDA

Monday, April 11, 2016 @ 8:00 p.m.

 

To be held in the Board Meeting Room in the Secondary Building.

A copy of the agenda, kept continuously current, is available for inspection at the Office of the Superintendent of Schools during regular business hours.

 

  1. ROUTINE AGENDA
  2. CALL THE MEETING TO ORDER

 

Call the Meeting to Order at _______p.m. – President Pete Thiele

  1. Note the Nebraska Open Meetings Law

 

  1. Notice of this meeting was properly posted and/or published by advance Public Notice in accordance with Board Policy #2008 with notice and advance agenda given to the President of the Board and all members prior to the meeting date.

 

  1. EXCUSED ABSENCES

 

________________moved that ­­­____________________ is absent, excused.

 

_____________________ seconded the motion.

 

Discussion:

 

Roll Call vote:   _____ Anderson   _____B. Johnson   _____ K. Johnson     _____ Magnusson   _____ Pille ______Ray ____Richards   ______Schmidt  ______Thiele

 

Voting Results:   For Motion_________ Against Motion__________ Other _________

 

  1. ROLL CALL

 

_____ Anderson   _____B. Johnson   _____ K. Johnson     _____ Magnusson   _____ Pille ______Ray ____Richards   ______Schmidt   ______Thiele

 

 

  1. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

 

_____________________ moved that the agenda be approved as presented.

 

________________ seconded the motion.

 

Discussion:

 

Roll Call Vote: _____ Anderson   _____B. Johnson   _____ K. Johnson     _____ Magnusson   _____ Pille ______Ray ____Richards   ______Schmidt   ______Thiele

 

Voting Results:     For Motion _____     Against Motion______   Other ______

  1. II. REGULAR AGENDA

 

  1. WELCOMING OF VISITORS BY PRESIDENT PETE THIELE

 

We would ask that any person who wishes to make public comments come forward to the Board of Education and state your name. Each person shall be allowed to address the board one time. We request that you limit your comments to five minutes or less and we will advise you when that five minute period has elapsed. Generally, the Board may limit the overall time period for public comment to a 60 minute maximum. The time limits may be changed by a majority of the board members in attendance to extend the time for a specific item or speaker. Please remember that this is a public meeting to conduct the business of the Oakland-Craig Public School District. Offensive language, personal attacks and hostile conduct will no be tolerated. You should be further advised that there is no legal protection for any comments that are made.

 

Public Comment:

 

 

 

 

 

  1. APPROVAL OF APRIL 2016 CLAIMS FROM THE GENERAL FUND

 

_______________­­­­­­­­­­­­ ­­moved that the April 2016 claims from the General Fund, in the amount of $39,202.38 be approved as presented.

 

_______________________ seconded the motion.

 

Discussion:

 

Roll Call Vote:

 

_____ Anderson   _____B. Johnson   _____ K. Johnson     _____ Magnusson   _____ Pille ______Ray ____Richards   ______Schmidt   ______Thiele

 

Voting Results:     For Motion ______     Against Motion________   Other ________

 

  1. Approval of April 2016 Claims from the Lunch Fund.

 

_______________­­­­­­­­­­­­ ­­moved that the April 2016 claims from the Lunch Fund, in the amount of $17,030.46 be approved as presented.

 

_______________________ seconded the motion.

 

Discussion:

 

Roll Call Vote:

 

_____ Anderson   _____B. Johnson   _____ K. Johnson     _____ Magnusson   _____ Pille ______Ray ____Richards   ______Schmidt   ______Thiele

Voting Results:     For Motion ______     Against Motion________   Other ________

 

  1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM THE MARCH 14, 2016 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

 

________________ moved to approve the minutes from the March 14, 2016 School Board Meeting as presented.

 

________________ seconded the motion.

 

Discussion:

 

Roll Call Vote:

_____ Anderson   _____B. Johnson   _____ K. Johnson     _____ Magnusson   _____ Pille ______Ray ____Richards   ______Schmidt   ______Thiele

Voting Results: For Motion _______   Against Motion________   Other ________

 

 

 

  1. CURTIS JOHNSON UPDATES ON THE HIGH SCHOOL, PARKING LOT AND BOILER PROJECTS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE REPORT: JAMES MOSEMAN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. DISCUSSION RELATED TO CONTINGENCY FUNDS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE APPROVAL OF A BOILER BID

 

_____________________ moved to approve the bid from _______________ in the amount of $_________________.

 

_________________________ seconded the motion.

 

Discussion:

 

Roll Call Vote:

_____ Anderson   _____B. Johnson   _____ K. Johnson     _____ Magnusson   _____ Pille ______Ray ____Richards   ______Schmidt   ______Thiele

 

Voting Results: For Motion _______   Against Motion________   Other ________

 

 

 

 

  1. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE APPROVAL OF THE PURCHASE OF A USED CUSTODIAN PICK-UP

 

________________________ moved to approve the purchase of a used custodial pick-up to not exceed the amount of $______________.

 

____________________________ seconded the motion.

 

Discussion:

 

Roll call vote:

_____ Anderson   _____B. Johnson   _____ K. Johnson     _____ Magnusson   _____ Pille ______Ray ____Richards   ______Schmidt   ______Thiele

 

Voting Results: For Motion__________ Against Motion___________   Other ______________

 

 

 

  1. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE APPROVAL OF THE RESOLUTION TO PAYOFF THE QUALIFIED CAPITAL PURPOSE UNDERTAKING FUND (QCPUF)

 

________________________ moved to approve the Resolution to payoff the QCPUF Fund.

 

____________________________ seconded the motion.

 

Discussion:

 

Roll call vote:

_____ Anderson   _____B. Johnson   _____ K. Johnson     _____ Magnusson   _____ Pille ______Ray ____Richards   ______Schmidt   ______Thiele

 

Voting Results: For Motion__________ Against Motion___________   Other ______________

 

RESOLUTION

 

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF BURT COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 0014, IN THE STATE OF NEBRASKA:

 

Section 1. That the following bonds issued by Burt County School District 0014 (Oakland-Craig Public Schools), in the State of Nebraska (the “District”) are hereby called for redemption on June 1, 2016:

 

(a)        Limited Tax Building Improvement Bonds, Series 2008, date of original issue – June 19, 2008, in the principal amount of Fifty-five Thousand Dollars ($55,000), numbered as shown on the books of the Paying Agent, becoming due and bearing interest as follows:

 

Principal

Amount

Maturing

December 15 of Year

Interest

Rate

 

CUSIP

$ 55,000* 2017 3.95% 122881 AB1

*Term Bond

 

Said bonds are hereinafter referred to as the “2008 Called Bonds.”

 

Said 2008 Called Bonds are subject to redemption at any time on or after June 19, 2013, at the principal amount thereof plus accrued interest to the date fixed for redemption, and said interest is payable semiannually. Said 2008 Called Bonds were authorized by a resolution dated as of August 13, 2017 (the “2008 Resolution”), and were issued for the purpose of paying the cost of abating, eliminating, correcting and preventing actual or potential environmental hazards, accessibility barriers, life safety code violations and indoor air quality problems at the District.

 

(b)        Limited Tax Building Improvement Bonds, Series 2009, date of original issue – May 13, 2009, in the principal amount of Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000), numbered as shown on the books of the Paying Agent, becoming due and bearing interest as follows:

 

Principal

Amount

Maturing

December 15 of Year

Interest

Rate

 

CUSIP

$ 25,000* 2016 3.10% 122881 AD7

*Term Bond

 

Said bonds are hereinafter referred to as the “2009 Called Bonds,” and together with the 2008 Called Bonds, the “Called Bonds.”

 

Said 2009 Called Bonds are subject to redemption at any time on or after May 13, 2014, at the principal amount thereof plus accrued interest to the date fixed for redemption, and said interest is payable semiannually. Said 2009 Called Bonds were authorized by a resolution dated as of September 15, 2008 (the “2009 Resolution,” and together with the 2008 Resolution, the “Resolution”), and were issued for the purpose of paying the cost of abating, eliminating, correcting and preventing actual or potential environmental hazards, accessibility barriers, life safety code violations and indoor air quality problems at the District.

 

Section 2. The Called Bonds are to be paid off at the principal corporate trust office of the First National Bank of Omaha, Fremont, Nebraska (formerly known as Fremont National Bank and Trust Company, Fremont, Nebraska) (the “Paying Agent”).

 

 

 

 

Section 3. A copy of this resolution shall be filed with the Paying Agent at least 30 days prior to the date fixed for redemption, which delivery is necessary in order for the call of the Called Bonds to be effective hereunder. The Paying Agent shall mail notice to all registered owners of the Called Bonds to be redeemed not less than thirty days prior to the date fixed for redemption in accordance with the Resolution authorizing the issuance of the Called Bonds and the redemption thereof and to take all other actions deemed necessary in connection therewith.

 

ADOPTED this ____ day of _________, 2016.

 

 

__________________________________          ______________________________________

Secretary                                                                President

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. CONSIDER AND ACT ON THE HIRING OF STAFF

 

________________________ moved that Dannika Nelson be hired as a Secondary Science Teacher for the 2016-17 School Year.

 

____________________________ seconded the motion.

 

Discussion:

 

Roll call vote:

_____ Anderson   _____B. Johnson   _____ K. Johnson     _____ Magnusson   _____ Pille ______Ray ____Richards   ______Schmidt   ______Thiele

 

Voting Results: For Motion__________ Against Motion___________   Other ______________

 

 

 

  1. STAFF RESIGNATIONS

 

_______________________ moved to accept the resignation, with regret, of Stephanie Johnson.

 

____________________________ seconded the motion.

 

Discussion:

 

Roll call vote:

_____ Anderson   _____B. Johnson   _____ K. Johnson     _____ Magnusson   _____ Pille ______Ray ____Richards   ______Schmidt   ______Thiele

 

Voting Results: For Motion__________ Against Motion___________   Other ______________

 

 

 

  1. Standing Committee Reports

 

ADHOC Committee met on March 24 and April 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Board Member Reports

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Administrative Reports

 

Jess Bland, Elementary Principal

 

 

Rusty Droescher, Secondary Principal

 

 

Jeff Smith, Superintendent

 

 

 

 

  1. EXECUTIVE SESSION

 

_______________ moved to enter into Executive Session at ____________p.m.

 

__________________________ seconded the motion.

 

Discussion:

 

Roll Call Vote:

 

_____ Anderson   _____B. Johnson   _____ K. Johnson     _____ Magnusson   _____ Pille ______Ray ____Richards   ______Schmidt   ______Thiele

 

Voting Results: For Motion _______   Against Motion________   Other ________

 

 

 

  1. RESUME REGULAR SESSION

 

___________________ moved to resume Regular Session at ______p.m.

 

______________________ seconded the motion.

Discussion:

 

Roll Call Vote:

 

_____ Anderson   _____B. Johnson   _____ K. Johnson     _____ Magnusson   _____ Pille ______Ray ____Richards   ______Schmidt   ______Thiele

 

 

Voting Results: For Motion _______   Against Motion________   Other ________

 

 

 

III. ADJOURNMENT

 

There being no further business on the agenda of this meeting, President Thiele adjourned this meeting at _________p.m.

Lyons City Council Meeting Agenda


 

A Copy of the “Open Meetings Act” Has Been Posted on the Bulletin Board on the East Side in the Council Chambers.

 

LYONS CITY COUNCIL

AGENDA

April 5, 2016 – 5:30 P.M.

 

The City Council reserves the right to go into Executive Session at any time as deemed appropriate and in accordance with State Statute.

  1. ROUTINE BUSINESS

 

  1. Meeting called to order.

 

  1. PUBLIC HEARING
  1. Mayor Fuston to open a Public Hearing to consider objections to a Class K Catering Application for Fallout Bar & Grill.

 

    III. CONSENT AGENDA

Recommended Action: Approval of Consent Agenda

NOTE: All items are automatically approved when the Consent Agenda is approved unless moved to the Regular Agenda by the request of any single Council member.

  1. Dispense with reading of minutes of meetings held March 1 and March 8.
  2. Claims as presented.
  3. Treasurer report.

 

Motion and second to approve the Consent Agenda/Tabulation of Vote.

 

 

  1. REGULAR AGENDA / NEW BUSINESS

Consideration and Action:

 

 

  1. Brad Slaughter of Ameritas – Discuss refunding the Wastewater SRF Loan and possibly move forward.

 

  1. Consider approval and adoption of Ordinance 725 authorizing the early prepayment of certain outstanding sewer bonds and the issuance of its Combined Utilities Refunding Bonds, Series 2016, in a principal amount not to exceed $750,000.
    1. Motion to suspend the statutory requirement of reading on three separate days.
    2. Motion and second from Council Members to adopt Ordinance 725.
    3. Tabulation of votes.

 

  1. Brad Forrester of EIA – Discuss Water Tower tank.

 

  1. Graham Christensen – Update on wind/solar information.

 

  1. Marilyn Tenney – Update on the Storefront Theater.

 

  1. Robert Byrnes – Discuss electricity.

 

  1. Don Imus – Discuss utility bills.

 

  1. Police report by Chief Buck.

 

  1. Library & Grant reports by Mike Heavrin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

LYONS CITY COUNCIL

AGENDA

April 5, 2016 – 5:30 P.M.

 

  1. Utilities report.
  1. State St Water Services.
  2. City Property Mower.
  3. Blacktop Streets.
  4. Street Sweeping.
  5. Town Spring Clean Up.
  6. School Water Testing.
  7. Neutral Path Building.
  8. Library Sign.
  9. NE State Fire Marshal Inspections.
  10. EAI Water Tower Proposal.
  11. Bowling Alley.
  12. Main Line Sanitary Sewer.
  13. Water Plant.

 

  1. Clerk’s Report.
    1. Income Statement – General.
    2. Income Statement – Utility.
    3. Budget Reports – General and Utility.
    4. I had a request for more white tables and chairs for the Community Center.
    5. Discuss having the pet clinic in April and what location.

 

  1. Discuss Pool Applications.

 

  1. Discuss having a fee for out of town establishments who request a SDL/serve liquor at events in the Lyons Community Center. Approve the recommended fee:
    1. Motion and second from Council Members.
    2. Tabulation of votes.

 

  1. Consider to approve/not approve the Application for a Class K Catering License for the current Class C License for Fallout Bar & Grill.
    1. Motion and second from Council Members.
    2. Tabulation of votes.

 

  1. Consider a special designated liquor license to Lyons Fire Dept, Lyons, NE, for the wedding event of Ken Kroh and Jenny Bauer on May 7, 2016 at the Lyons Community Center.
  1. Motion and second by Council members to approve/not approve the request for a Special Designated Liquor License.
  2. Tabulation of votes.

 

  1. Consider a special designated liquor license to Lyons Fire Dept, Lyons, NE, for the alumni event on May 28, 2016 at the Lyons Community Center.
  1. Motion and second by Council members to approve/not approve the request for a Special Designated Liquor License.
  2. Tabulation of votes.

 

  1. Consider a special designated liquor license to Lyons Fire Dept, Lyons, NE, for a street dance on July 3, 2016, in Lyons, NE.
  1. Motion and second by Council members to approve/not approve the request for a Special Designated Liquor License.
  2. Tabulation of votes.

 

  1. Motion and second by Council members to adjourn the meeting.
    1. Tabulation of vote.

 

 

Village of Decatur Meeting Agenda


VILLAGE OF DECATUR

REGULAR BOARD MEETING

AGENDA

MARCH 10TH, 2016 @ 4:30 PM

 

NOTE: Everyone must use the microphones at the table. The audience must be quiet during the meeting. If you want to ask a question and you are not on the Agenda, you must raise your hand, get permission from the Chairman, and come to the microphone before speaking. If you are on the Agenda the same rule applies.

 

THE VILLAGE BOARD HAS THE RIGHT TO MODIFY THE AGENDA AT THE PUBLIC MEETING WHEN CONVENED. MEETING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. A COPY OF THE OPEN MEETINGS ACT IS LOCATED ON THE NORTH WALL.

 

1)         Regular Meeting Called to Order by Chairman Kellogg

Roll Call: Anderson_______ Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

 

3)        Agenda and minutes of the previous month’s meeting received:

Roll Call: Anderson_______ Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

 

4)        Approval and/or correction and suspended reading of the previous month minutes.

Roll Call: Anderson_______ Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

 

5)        EXCUSE BOARD MEMBERS NOT ATTENDING THE MEETING:

 

Roll Call: Anderson_______ Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

 

6)         OATH OF OFFICE:

 

7)         REPORTS OF OFFICERS, BOARDS AND OR COMMITTEES:

 

1)         Police: Monthly Report

2)         Lights: Monthly Report- Tenant VS Owner Delinquent Utility Bills
3)         Water & Sewer: Monthly Report- Water filters
4)         Parks: Monthly Report- Park Rates currently $16.00 and tents are $11.00. Starting April 1st we will       start having to pay a 4% lodging tax for the camp ground. We will need to have a checking account          opened to put the taxes from the park in.
5)         Streets: Monthly Report- Income from city sales tax for December $3,105.82. Need to purchase                          millings.
6)        Recycling Report: Recycling is in the process of being hauled to Tekamah

 

8)        OLD BUSINESS

 


9)         NEW BUSINESS

 

1) Dave Malloy- Tapping into water

2) Clean up day

3) Nico Hardeman

4) Jackie Uehlilng – Relay for Life June 10th

5) Cheryl- Junk Properties

6) Zoning Commissioner / Building Inspector

7) Alumni

8) Red Barn

9) Vacation request.

 

10)       CORRESPONDENCE

1)
11)       ANNOUNCEMENTS

Next Board meeting will be on April 14, 2016 at 4:30 here at City Hall

 

12)       APPROPRIATIONS AND CONSIDERATION OF THE CLAIMS:

 

1) Claims preapproved by Gatewood and

2) Motion to Approve the Claims as Submitted

 

________________2nd_________________

 

 

Roll Call: Anderson_______ Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

 

Are there any questions from the audience?

 

 

13)       MOTION TO ADJOURN THE REGULAR MEETING

 

 

_______________2nd________________

Adjournment Time:

 

 

Lyons City Council Meeting Agenda


 

A Copy of the “Open Meetings Act” Has Been Posted on the Bulletin Board on the East Side in the Council Chambers.

 

LYONS CITY COUNCIL

AGENDA

March 1, 2016 – 5:30 P.M.

 

The City Council reserves the right to go into Executive Session at any time as deemed appropriate and in accordance with State Statute.

  1. ROUTINE BUSINESS

 

  1. Meeting called to order.

 

  1. PUBLIC HEARING
  1. None.

 

    III. CONSENT AGENDA

Recommended Action: Approval of Consent Agenda

NOTE: All items are automatically approved when the Consent Agenda is approved unless moved to the Regular Agenda by the request of any single Council member.

  1. Dispense with reading of minutes of meetings held February 16.
  2. Claims as presented.
  3. Treasurer report.
  4. Clerk Report of Mayoral Action of February 16 meeting: Ordinance No. 724: AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND ENACTING PROVISIONS FOR THE CITY OF LYONS, BURT COUNTY, NEBRASKA, PROVIDING FOR THE ADOPTING OF ELECTRICAL INTERCONNECTION STANDARDS, (ALSO KNOWN AS NET METERING), STANDARDS FOR INTERCONNECTION, PROCEDURES, AGREEMENTS, CHARGES AND FEES BY AMENDING SECTION 3-918 was signed and published in pamphlet form. Resolution No. 2016-1: One & Six Year Plan was signed.

 

Motion and second to approve the Consent Agenda/Tabulation of Vote.

 

 

  1. REGULAR AGENDA / NEW BUSINESS

Consideration and Action:

 

 

  1. Brad Slaughter of Ameritas – Discuss refunding the Wastewater SRF Loan and possibly move forward.

 

  1. Brad Forrester of EIA – Discuss Water Tower tank.

 

  1. Jerry Ludwig – Update on Vet’s Memorial.

 

  1. Tim Zechman of Logan Valley Baptist Church – Discuss purchasing a portion of the open lot east of Lyons Shooter Sports building.

 

  1. Police report by Chief Buck.

 

  1. Library & Grant reports by Mike Heavrin.

 

  1. Utilities report.
  1. State St Water Services.
  2. City Property Mower.
  3. Blacktop Streets.
  4. Utility Pickup.
  5. Town Spring Clean-Up.
  6. Marquee Sign on Mini-Green.

 

 

 

LYONS CITY COUNCIL

AGENDA

March 1, 2016 – 5:30 P.M.

 

 

  1. Clerk’s Report.
    1. Income Statement – General.
    2. Income Statement – Utility.
    3. Budget Reports – General and Utility.
    4. Requesting to attend the IIMC Conference in Omaha May 22-25, 2016. Nebraska Clerks are hosting this Conference.

 

  1. Approve the appointment of Dennis Blankenbeckner to replace Willis Kroger on the Lyons Housing Authority.
    1. Motion and second from Council Members.
    2. Tabulation of votes.

 

  1. Approve/not approve the recommendation of approval from the Planning Commission to issue a building permit to Croft & Associates to install a concrete pad to hold 4.1M communications dish, antenna, equipment cabinet and generator on part of Lot 1, Block 2, Robley Second Addition, Lyons, NE.
    1. Motion and second from Council Members.
    2. Tabulation of votes.

 

  1. Motion and second by Council members to adjourn the meeting.
    1. Tabulation of vote.

 

 

Village of Decatur Meeting Agenda


VILLAGE OF DECATUR

PUBLIC HEARING 1&6 YEAR ROAD PLAN &

REGULAR BOARD MEETING

AGENDA

FEBRUARY 11, 2016 @ 4:30 PM

 

NOTE: Everyone must use the microphones at the table. The audience must be quiet during the meeting. If you want to ask a question and you are not on the Agenda, you must raise your hand, get permission from the Chairman, and come to the microphone before speaking. If you are on the Agenda the same rule applies.

 

THE VILLAGE BOARD HAS THE RIGHT TO MODIFY THE AGENDA AT THE PUBLIC MEETING WHEN CONVENED. MEETING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. A COPY OF THE OPEN MEETINGS ACT IS LOCATED ON THE NORTH WALL.

 

1)         Chairman Kellogg opened the Public Hearing for the 1 and 6 year road plan.

Roll Call Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

Any questions about the 1 and 6 year plan?

 

Close Public Hearing

 

2)         Regular Meeting Called to Order by Chairman Kellogg

Roll Call: Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

 

3)        Agenda and minutes of the previous month’s meeting received:

Roll Call: Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

 

4)        Approval and/or correction and suspended reading of the previous month minutes.

Roll Call: Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____
5)        EXCUSE BOARD MEMBERS NOT ATTENDING THE MEETING:

 

Roll Call: Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

 

6)         Nominate for Vacant Seat.

OATH OF OFFICE:

 

7)         REPORTS OF OFFICERS, BOARDS AND OR COMMITTEES:

 

1)         Police: Monthly Report

2)         Lights: Monthly Report
3)         Water & Sewer: Monthly Report
4)         Parks: Monthly Report-
5)         Streets: Monthly Report- Income from city sales tax for November $3,717.74
6)         Recycling Report: Recycling needs to be hauled to Tekamah

 

8)        OLD BUSINESS

1) Update on 743 S. Broadway

2) Curb-side recycling


9)         NEW BUSINESS

 

1) 1-6 Year Road Plan Resolution

2) Patty Plugge

3) Jan Merrill

4) Appoint 2 members to the planning commission

5) Williams and Company David Radke- Present Audit results

6) Deed Transfer 952 S. Broadway

7) 12 equal payments for utility bills

8) Mosquito Control Grant

10) Nico Hardeman set up zoning meeting for his property on 7th

11) Executive Session- Personnel issues

12) Employee Insurance

13) Hiring a full time Maintenance employee

14) Hiring a part-time police officer

 

10)       CORRESPONDENCE

1) We received notice from Burt County public Power of a rate increase of 2.6%
11)       ANNOUNCEMENTS

Next Board meeting will be on March 10, 2016 at 4:30 here at City Hall

 

12)       APPROPRIATIONS AND CONSIDERATION OF THE CLAIMS:

 

1) Claims preapproved by Gatewood and Siecke

2) Motion to Approve the Claims as Submitted

 

________________2nd_________________

 

 

Roll Call: Gatewood_____, Kellogg_____, Siecke ______, Tolby _____

 

Are there any questions from the audience?

 

 

13)       MOTION TO ADJOURN THE REGULAR MEETING

 

 

_______________2nd________________

Adjournment Time:

 

 

Village of Decatur Meeting Agenda


VILLAGE OF DECATUR

REGULAR BOARD MEETING AGENDA

January 12th, 2016

4:30 P.M. CITY HALL

 

NOTE: Everyone must use the microphones at the table. The audience must be quiet during the meeting. If you want to ask a question and you are not on the Agenda, you must raise your hand, get permission from the Chairman, and come to the microphone before speaking. If you are on the Agenda the same rule applies.

 

THE VILLAGE BOARD HAS THE RIGHT TO MODIFY THE AGENDA AT THE PUBLIC MEETING WHEN CONVENED. MEETING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. A COPY OF THE OPEN MEETINGS ACT IS LOCATED ON THE NORTH WALL.

 

1)         Meeting Called to Order by Chairman Kellogg

 

Roll Call: Kellogg_____, Siecke__________, Tolby _____

 

2)        Agenda and minutes of the previous month’s meeting received:

 

Roll Call: Kellogg_____, Siecke__________, Tolby _____

 

3)        Approval and/or correction and suspended reading of the previous month minutes.

 

Roll Call: Kellogg_____, Siecke__________, Tolby _____

 

4)        EXCUSE BOARD MEMBERS NOT ATTENDING THE MEETING:

 

Roll Call: Kellogg_____, Siecke__________, Tolby _____

 

5)         REPORTS OF OFFICERS, BOARDS AND OR COMMITTEES:

 

1)         Police: Monthly Report

 

2)         Lights: Monthly Report
3)         Water & Sewer: Monthly Report
4)         Parks: Monthly Report- The tree committee will be meeting to discuss placement of the tree’s from the   Celebrate trees grant

 

5)         Streets: Monthly Report -October’s city sales tax $3068.88.

 

6)        Recycling Report:

  1. A) Income received of $217.12 from October’s cardboard hauled. We have recycling that needs to be hauled to Tekamah.

 

6)        OLD BUSINESS

1) Street repairs-

A)Knife River sent an email stating that they would like to do the patching on our streets next                                   spring.

 

2) David Malloy- Question about taps on main line

 

3) Patty Plugge- Economic Development Corporation- To explain the Demo Grant available.

 

4) Kay Kellogg- Relay for Life

  1. A) Ball Field
  2. B) Port a potties

 

5) Tim Slaughter- Streets

 

7)        OATH OF OFFICE: Cheryl Gatewood

 

8)        NEW BUSINESS

 

1) Justin Smith- Speed sign for road coming off the bridge.

 

2) Liquor license for Fireman’s Ball Feb. 6th

 

3) Fire hall would like use of Village’s port a potties for Feb. 6th

 

4) Rob Mayo Sanitation- Curbside recycling

 

5) Nico Hardeman

 

6) Peggy Smith- Discuss 1 & 6 year Road Plan

 

7) Discuss hiring of a city crew member

 

 

9)         CORRESPONDENCE

Robert Richards resigned as of 1/11/2016
 

10)       ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Next Regular Board meeting will be held Thursday February 11th at 4:30.

 

11)       APPROPRIATIONS AND CONSIDERATION OF THE CLAIMS:

 

1) Claims preapproved by Siecke & Tolby

 

2) Motion to Approve the Claims as Submitted

 

________________2nd_________________

 

 

Roll Call: Gatewood___________, Kellogg_____, Siecke__________, Tolby _____

 

Are there any questions from the audience?

 

 

12)       MOTION TO ADJOURN THE MEETING          

_______________2nd________________
 

Adjournment Time:

Oakland City Council Meeting Agenda


 

 

 

REGULAR MEETING

CITY COUNCIL

CITY OF OAKLAND, NEBRASKA

 

MEETING NOTICE:

            NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a regular meeting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Oakland, Nebraska, will be held at 5:30 on Monday December 21th, 2015 at the Municipal Building, 401 North Oakland Avenue in Oakland, Nebraska for the regular monthly meeting.

An agenda for such meeting, kept continuously current is available for public inspection at the office of the City Clerk. Except for items of an emergency nature, the agenda shall not be enlarged later than twenty-four hours before the scheduled commencement of the meeting.

______________________________________________________________________________

PRELIMINARY AGENDA

      I.         CALL TO ORDER

 

A.   Roll Call

B.   Establishment of a Quorum

C.   Reminder of Open Meeting Laws/Poster

D.   Approval of Minutes of November 16th, 2015 meeting

E.    Treasurer’s Report

 

  1. SCHEDULED CITIZENS AND VISITORS TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL

F.    Dave Henke & Tim Adams

G.   Phil Lorenzen- Bonding the Water and Sewer project

H.   Kent Steinmeyer- Street Skid Loader lease update

I.     Patty Plugge- Economic Development Demolition project

 

  • COMMITTEE AND DEPARTMENT REPORTS

J.     Police Department

K.   Street Department- Snow removal at Oakland Heights

 

  1. OLD BUSINESS

L.    Group B Change No.1

M. Group B Pay Application No. 1 & Final

N.   Group A Pay Application No. 1

O.   Acceptance of J & K Excavating bid for demolition for 100 N Park

    V.         NEW BUSINESS

P.    Resolution of Acceptance of Work.

Q.   Ordinance authorizing issuance of Various Purpose Bonds. Series 2016 to fund Sewer Project Costs and Water System Improvements.

R.   Credit/Debit card machine

S.    Offering Colonial Life benefits

T.   Re-appointment request- Council President, Oakland Street Superintendent, City Attorney, & City Departments

U.   Christmas Party

V.   Request to use Auditorium at no charge on January 16th, 2016 by Chamber of Commerce

 

  VI.         INFORMATION ITEM

W. 2016 Election

 

  • DISCUSSION

X.   Holiday Hours

Y.   Park department, Street department, Water and Sewer department, Library

 

Z.

  • CLOSED SESSION

AA.

 

  1. APPROVAL OF OPERATIONS BILLS AND WARRANTS

Approval by motion

  1. ADJOURNMENT

Registered Agenda Speakers

                  The Mayor or Presiding Meeting Officer reserves the right to deny this request, or will call you to the center front podium when your agenda Item is ready to be heard. Presentations, if allowed, may be limited to five (5) minutes per person, with a limit of three (3) individuals speaking per topic position. Please come to the center front podium, and clearly state your name and address for the record and the agenda topic you wish to speak upon in a professional manner.

                  The Mayor and City Council reserve the right to enter into an executive session at any time during the meeting, in accordance with the Nebraska Open Meetings Act, even though the closed session may not be indicated on the agenda.

                  It is the intention of the Mayor and City Council to take up the items on the agenda in sequential order. However, the Mayor and City Council reserve the right to take up matters in a different order to accommodate the schedules of the city council members, persons having items on the agenda, and the public

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