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VILLAGE OF UNADILLA, NEBRASKA

REGULAR BOARD MEETING & PUBLIC HEARING

April 11, 2012

 

The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Unadilla, Nebraska, was held on Wednesday, April 11, 2012, 7:30 p.m. at the Unadilla Community Library. Notice of said meeting and proposed agenda of then known subjects was given by posting in the three following places within the Village: Countryside Bank, Post Office, and Community Center Notice Board; and by serving a copy of said notice to each member of the Board of Trustees more than 5 days prior to said meeting. Trustees present: Dan Crownover, Dale Stoner, Janet Oelke, and Lynn Schomerus. Absent and not voting:  Wassenberg. Visitors: David Potter and Evan Wickersham, both JEO.

 Chairman Crownover called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. He reminded everyone of the location of the Open Meetings Act Poster.

Stoner made a motion to approve the March 2012 minutes with the following correction: (page 2, paragraph 4) “Sign estimates from WriteTime Communications were reviewed. The Community Foundation will need to review before a decision can be made”; Oelke seconded, and motion carried 4-0.

Schomerus made a motion to approve the March 2012 treasurer’s report, Stoner seconded, motion carried 4-0.

The Public Hearing for (A) Update to the Unadilla Future Land Use and Transportation Maps, (B) Complete update of the Unadilla Zoning Ordinance, and (C) Update to the Unadilla Zoning Map, was opened for public comments.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

          The amount of the Keno check was $1778.52

          Water consumed: 562,000; water paid for: 640,000; balance for month:

 -78,000; YTD: +208,000.

          The wiring/generator project was tabled.

          There were no public comments on regular agenda items.

         In regards to Schoolhouse items: it was decided to replace the water heater. Schomerus made a motion to purchase a new air compressor if the price was under $300, Oelke seconded, motion carried 4-0. Shutting off water in the men’s locker room was tabled until further discussions with Roger Kastens and Rich Lechner.

          What to do about poles and rip/rap for the sewer pond was tabled.

          Clerk was told to call Roger Kastens about proceeding with replacing the water valves by Edgar Snyder.

          Clerk asked the Board if they need a written agreement with John Moss about the rock pits west of Moss’ two garages. Clerk will find the agreement with

April 11, 2012   page 2

Ron Zeiger and forward to Moss. (Regular Board meeting minutes of 11-11-2009:An oral agreement between Ron Zeiger and the Village was reached on 10-15-2009. The agreement allows the Village to use the rock pits by the old Gartner Construction sheds if we (the Village) keep the surrounding area free of weeds, etc. Dan Crownover and Lynn Schomerus were present and agreed to this arrangement on behalf of the Village.”)

          After a short discussion, the Board agreed to allow P.U.F.F./Amanda Davis to have an “art camp” at the Community Center this summer, if Davis buys a $25 membership.

          Installing a retaining wall east of the park shelter and reseeding the area was discussed and approved. Spraying dandelions at the park will take place this fall.

NEW BUSINESS        

          The Public Hearing was closed with no one appearing to make comments.

          Trustee Oelke introduced Ordinance No. 254-12 entitled: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE FUTURE LAND USE AND TRANSPORTATION MAPS OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF THE VILLAGE OF UNADILLA, OTOE COUNTY, NEBRASKA; AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE EFFECTIVE DATE THEREOF.

          Trustee Stoner moved that the Statutory Rule requiring reading on three different days be suspended; seconded by Schomerus with roll call vote: Crownover, yea; Stoner, yea; Oelke, yea; and Schomerus, yea. Absent and not voting: Wassenberg. The ordinance was read by title. Trustee Schomerus moved for final passage, Trustee Oelke seconded with roll call vote: Crownover, yea; Stoner, yea; Oelke, yea, and Schomerus, yea. Absent and not voting: Wassenberg. Chairman Crownover declared Ordinance No. 254-12 adopted and signed same in presence of the Village Board and the Clerk, who attested same. The original of said ordinance is attached to these minutes.

          Trustee Stoner introduced Ordinance No. 255-12 entitled: AN ORDINANCE TO ADOPT A NEW UPDATED ZONING ORDINANCE AND OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE VILLAGE OF UNADILL, OTOE COUNTY, NEBRASKA; AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE EFFECTIVE DATE HEREOF IN PAMPHLET FORM.

          Trustee Schomerus moved that the Statutory Rule requiring reading on three different days be suspended; seconded by Oelke with a roll call vote: Crownover, yea; Stoner, yea; Oelke, yea; and Schomerus, yea. Absent and not

April 11, 2012   page 3

voting: Wassenberg. The ordinance was read by title. Trustee Schomerus moved for final passage, Trustee Oelke seconded with a roll call vote: Crownover, yea; Stoner, yea; Oelke, yea; and Schomerus, yea. Absent and not voting: Wassenberg. Chairman Crownover declared Ordinance No. 255-12 adopted and signed same in presence of the Village Board and the Clerk, who attested same. The original of said ordinance is attached to these minutes.

          Stoner made a motion to leave the section in the annual appropriation ordinance that requires a $25 fee for Special Designated Liquor licenses. Schomerus seconded, and motion carried 4-0.

          Evan Wickersham from JEO appeared to start the preliminary process of setting up a paving district for the year of 2013. Possible streets were discussed and he will get an estimate to the Board before the next meeting.

          In regards to getting the information out to all residents about the updated comprehensive plan, Potter volunteered to send the clerk a sample letter than can be mailed out with water bills.

The following claims were reviewed for April payment:

4903          Depository Trust          int on ’03 bonds              935.00

4904          CS Bank                        into on ’09 bonds                   6708.75

4905           Barb Wilhelm                wages/80                       1007.20

4902           Dwight Kastens            wages/141.2                 1572.06

4906                    Dan Crownover            wages                             141.52

4907           Dale Stoner                  wages                               94.35

                   Arliss Wassenberg      wages                              

4908           Janet Oelke                  wages                               94.35

4909           Lynn Schomerus          wages                               94.35

4910           Seneca Sanitation                                              2120.70

AWD          IRS                               941 tax                           605.31                                      IRS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    941 tax                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             686.23

4911           N.C. Utilities                                                        2593.01

4912           Windstream                  office phone                     65.96

AWD          OPPD                           water                                 15.67                        

4913           RWD#3                         water                             1626.00

AWD           NE Dept of Rev            sales tax                          256.49

AWD           NE Dept of Rev            SWH                                120.00

4914          Scheels                         park/water                       279.98

4915          Kastens Electric           SH-boilers                     1469.92

4916           General Fire                 alarm insp                         75.00

4917          All Roads Barricades   2-yield signs                     73.05

4918          JEO                               zoning                           2050.00

April 11, 2012   page 4

4919          Gatehouse Media         print/pub                            79.57

4920          Farmers Coop              send sewer test                15.60

4921          Zito                                his                                      84.26

4922          GR PL 1-Call                hotline                                 4.04

4923          NE PHE Lab                 (2) water tests                  20.00

4924          SE Area Clerks            dues                                10.00

4925          Bob Wilhelm                 reimburse supplies         26.79

4926          Kimbell Const               SH                                 133.00

4927          TR Mart                         gen/park                           60.54

4928          Menards                        air comp & bubble        213.98

4929          NE Dept of Rev            Keno tax                        1042.00              

TOTAL                                                                                23,688.45

Schomerus made a motion to pay claims, Oelke seconded, and motion carried 4-0.

The list of delinquent water and sewer patrons was reviewed. Shut-offs have been sent to: Amanda Herold, Ron Isaacs, and Jill Oelke

In correspondence, Oelke reported the collapsible picnic tables were 119.00 per table. Clerk was instructed to purchase 4. Kastens will be told to cut limbs by the horseshoe pits; and the Board gave their permission to Prelle’s to try a light lunch on Mondays, served out of the kitchen, but they will have to pay for their own advertising.

The meeting adjourned at 10:15 p.m.

___________________________

                                                                             Village Clerk-Treasurer

 

 

 

 

A complete and current copy of these proceedings is available for

inspection at the Village Office during normal business hours.

 

 

VILLAGE OF UNADILLA, NEBRASKA

REGULAR BOARD MEETING & PUBLIC HEARING

April 11, 2012

 

The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Unadilla, Nebraska, was held on Wednesday, April 11, 2012, 7:30 p.m. at the Unadilla Community Library. Notice of said meeting and proposed agenda of then known subjects was given by posting in the three following places within the Village: Countryside Bank, Post Office, and Community Center Notice Board; and by serving a copy of said notice to each member of the Board of Trustees more than 5 days prior to said meeting. Trustees present: Dan Crownover, Dale Stoner, Janet Oelke, and Lynn Schomerus. Absent and not voting:  Wassenberg. Visitors: David Potter and Evan Wickersham, both JEO.

 Chairman Crownover called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. He reminded everyone of the location of the Open Meetings Act Poster.

Stoner made a motion to approve the March 2012 minutes with the following correction: (page 2, paragraph 4) “Sign estimates from WriteTime Communications were reviewed. The Community Foundation will need to review before a decision can be made”; Oelke seconded, and motion carried 4-0.

Schomerus made a motion to approve the March 2012 treasurer’s report, Stoner seconded, motion carried 4-0.

The Public Hearing for (A) Update to the Unadilla Future Land Use and Transportation Maps, (B) Complete update of the Unadilla Zoning Ordinance, and (C) Update to the Unadilla Zoning Map, was opened for public comments.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

          The amount of the Keno check was $1778.52

          Water consumed: 562,000; water paid for: 640,000; balance for month:

 -78,000; YTD: +208,000.

          The wiring/generator project was tabled.

          There were no public comments on regular agenda items.

         In regards to Schoolhouse items: it was decided to replace the water heater. Schomerus made a motion to purchase a new air compressor if the price was under $300, Oelke seconded, motion carried 4-0. Shutting off water in the men’s locker room was tabled until further discussions with Roger Kastens and Rich Lechner.

          What to do about poles and rip/rap for the sewer pond was tabled.

          Clerk was told to call Roger Kastens about proceeding with replacing the water valves by Edgar Snyder.

          Clerk asked the Board if they need a written agreement with John Moss about the rock pits west of Moss’ two garages. Clerk will find the agreement with

April 11, 2012   page 2

Ron Zeiger and forward to Moss. (Regular Board meeting minutes of 11-11-2009:An oral agreement between Ron Zeiger and the Village was reached on 10-15-2009. The agreement allows the Village to use the rock pits by the old Gartner Construction sheds if we (the Village) keep the surrounding area free of weeds, etc. Dan Crownover and Lynn Schomerus were present and agreed to this arrangement on behalf of the Village.”)

          After a short discussion, the Board agreed to allow P.U.F.F./Amanda Davis to have an “art camp” at the Community Center this summer, if Davis buys a $25 membership.

          Installing a retaining wall east of the park shelter and reseeding the area was discussed and approved. Spraying dandelions at the park will take place this fall.

NEW BUSINESS        

          The Public Hearing was closed with no one appearing to make comments.

          Trustee Oelke introduced Ordinance No. 254-12 entitled: AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE FUTURE LAND USE AND TRANSPORTATION MAPS OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF THE VILLAGE OF UNADILLA, OTOE COUNTY, NEBRASKA; AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE EFFECTIVE DATE THEREOF.

          Trustee Stoner moved that the Statutory Rule requiring reading on three different days be suspended; seconded by Schomerus with roll call vote: Crownover, yea; Stoner, yea; Oelke, yea; and Schomerus, yea. Absent and not voting: Wassenberg. The ordinance was read by title. Trustee Schomerus moved for final passage, Trustee Oelke seconded with roll call vote: Crownover, yea; Stoner, yea; Oelke, yea, and Schomerus, yea. Absent and not voting: Wassenberg. Chairman Crownover declared Ordinance No. 254-12 adopted and signed same in presence of the Village Board and the Clerk, who attested same. The original of said ordinance is attached to these minutes.

          Trustee Stoner introduced Ordinance No. 255-12 entitled: AN ORDINANCE TO ADOPT A NEW UPDATED ZONING ORDINANCE AND OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE VILLAGE OF UNADILL, OTOE COUNTY, NEBRASKA; AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE EFFECTIVE DATE HEREOF IN PAMPHLET FORM.

          Trustee Schomerus moved that the Statutory Rule requiring reading on three different days be suspended; seconded by Oelke with a roll call vote: Crownover, yea; Stoner, yea; Oelke, yea; and Schomerus, yea. Absent and not

April 11, 2012   page 3

voting: Wassenberg. The ordinance was read by title. Trustee Schomerus moved for final passage, Trustee Oelke seconded with a roll call vote: Crownover, yea; Stoner, yea; Oelke, yea; and Schomerus, yea. Absent and not voting: Wassenberg. Chairman Crownover declared Ordinance No. 255-12 adopted and signed same in presence of the Village Board and the Clerk, who attested same. The original of said ordinance is attached to these minutes.

          Stoner made a motion to leave the section in the annual appropriation ordinance that requires a $25 fee for Special Designated Liquor licenses. Schomerus seconded, and motion carried 4-0.

          Evan Wickersham from JEO appeared to start the preliminary process of setting up a paving district for the year of 2013. Possible streets were discussed and he will get an estimate to the Board before the next meeting.

          In regards to getting the information out to all residents about the updated comprehensive plan, Potter volunteered to send the clerk a sample letter than can be mailed out with water bills.

The following claims were reviewed for April payment:

4903          Depository Trust          int on ’03 bonds              935.00

4904          CS Bank                        into on ’09 bonds                   6708.75

4905           Barb Wilhelm                wages/80                       1007.20

4902           Dwight Kastens            wages/141.2                 1572.06

4906                    Dan Crownover            wages                             141.52

4907           Dale Stoner                  wages                               94.35

                   Arliss Wassenberg      wages                              

4908           Janet Oelke                  wages                               94.35

4909           Lynn Schomerus          wages                               94.35

4910           Seneca Sanitation                                              2120.70

AWD          IRS                               941 tax                           605.31                                      IRS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    941 tax                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             686.23

4911           N.C. Utilities                                                        2593.01

4912           Windstream                  office phone                     65.96

AWD          OPPD                           water                                 15.67                        

4913           RWD#3                         water                             1626.00

AWD           NE Dept of Rev            sales tax                          256.49

AWD           NE Dept of Rev            SWH                                120.00

4914          Scheels                         park/water                       279.98

4915          Kastens Electric           SH-boilers                     1469.92

4916           General Fire                 alarm insp                         75.00

4917          All Roads Barricades   2-yield signs                     73.05

4918          JEO                               zoning                           2050.00

April 11, 2012   page 4

4919          Gatehouse Media         print/pub                            79.57

4920          Farmers Coop              send sewer test                15.60

4921          Zito                                his                                      84.26

4922          GR PL 1-Call                hotline                                 4.04

4923          NE PHE Lab                 (2) water tests                  20.00

4924          SE Area Clerks            dues                                10.00

4925          Bob Wilhelm                 reimburse supplies         26.79

4926          Kimbell Const               SH                                 133.00

4927          TR Mart                         gen/park                           60.54

4928          Menards                        air comp & bubble        213.98

4929          NE Dept of Rev            Keno tax                        1042.00              

TOTAL                                                                                23,688.45

Schomerus made a motion to pay claims, Oelke seconded, and motion carried 4-0.

The list of delinquent water and sewer patrons was reviewed. Shut-offs have been sent to: Amanda Herold, Ron Isaacs, and Jill Oelke

In correspondence, Oelke reported the collapsible picnic tables were 119.00 per table. Clerk was instructed to purchase 4. Kastens will be told to cut limbs by the horseshoe pits; and the Board gave their permission to Prelle’s to try a light lunch on Mondays, served out of the kitchen, but they will have to pay for their own advertising.

The meeting adjourned at 10:15 p.m.

___________________________

                                                                             Village Clerk-Treasurer

 

 

 

 

A complete and current copy of these proceedings is available for

inspection at the Village Office during normal business hours.