VILLAGE OF UNADILLA, NEBRASKA
REGULAR BOARD MEETING
September 08, 2021
The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Unadilla, Nebraska, was held on Wednesday, September 08, 2021, 7:30 p.m. at the Unadilla Community Center. 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, Scott Hincker and Clark Stubbendeck, Visitors: Lanny Burr, CPA, and Thom Machal from Burr & Associates.
Chairman Crownover called the Budget Hearing meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. Crownover reminded everyone of the location of the Open Meetings Act Poster. Proceedings from the Special Budget Hearing are attached to these minutes.
Chairman Crownover opened the regular meeting and One- and Six-Year Hearing at 7:50 p.m. Crownover reminded everyone again of the location of the Open Meetings Act Poster.
Hincker made a motion to approve the August 2021 minutes with the correction of the spelling of Oelke on those minutes, Stoner seconded, and on a roll call vote, Stoner, Oelke, Hincker, Stubbendeck and Crownover voted yea, none voted nay. Motion carried 5-0.
Stoner made a motion to approve the August 2021 treasurer’s report, bank statements, reconciliation, and receipts. Oelke seconded, and on a roll call vote, Stoner, Oelke, Hincker, Stubbendeck and Crownover voted yea, none voted nay. Motion carried 5-0.
The following claims were reviewed:
Zahn wage/106.5 hr/mileage $1,687.27
Wilhelm wage/20 hrs 260.52
Rohlfs wage/71.5 hrs 1,089.50
Kastens wage/10 hrs 152.38
Bob Wilhelm contract labor 120.00
Syracuse Iron rod shaft for water 33.19
Syr Motor Supp bolts, elbow for tractor 20.36
Crownover wage 138.52
Stubbendeck wage 115.44
Stoner wage 115.44
Oelke wage 115.44
RWD#3 water 2,632.50 Zito Media t.v. 123.36
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DHHS water test 205.00 Papillion Sanitation garbage 2,053.00
IRS employee 941 850.71
Dept. of Revenue sales tax 498.02
OPPD water pit electric 33.00
JEO engineer str. Project 6,150.00
Microsoft 365 subscription 74.89
N.C. Utilities utilities 1,444.08
Windstream phone 75.66
TWH, LLC storage of pipe 23.47
Quill office supplies 166.26
Qtec computer repair 28.00
Dept. of Revenue 941N 293.08
Dept. of Revenue waste/recycling fee 25.03
Burr & Assoc. budget preparation 925.00
Post Office stamps 116.00
Stubbendeck made a motion to pay the claims, seconded by Hincker. On a roll call vote, Stoner, Oelke, Hincker, Stubbendeck and Crownover voted yea, none voted nay. Motion carried 5-0.
The amount of the Keno check was $29.02
Water consumed: 953,000; water paid for: 656,000; balance for month:
-297,000; YTD: -1,441,000. The water tower has been over flowed, and the fire hydrants flushed. Lovell excavating is ordering the supplies needed to start the water line project for 6th street, between I and H and G and F. Procedures were discussed with our field representative Greg Brekel, from DHHS with Crownover and Zahn.
Schoolhouse items: Kurt Kastens Electric will be giving us an estimate on replacing some light fixtures in the kitchen, hallway, and stage. Brian and Kristen Walters will be renting the empty suite for $250.00 a month. Zahn to prepare a lease agreement.
Street Repairs: JEO will send out the bids this winter for the street project.
Public Comments: no public comments
The Budget Hearing was opened at 7:30.
Proceedings from the Special Budget Hearing are attached to these minutes.
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Crownover closed the public hearing for the one and six at 8:30.
Hincker made a motion to approve Resolution R1-21 (One- & Six-Year Plan); Stubbendeck seconded. On a roll call vote, Stoner, Oelke, Hincker, Stubbendeck and Crownover voted yea, none voted nay. Motion carried 5-0. No changes will be made to the plan this year.
Stoner made a motion to approve paying principle of $40,000 and interest of $6,752.50 on the ’09 & 13’ bonds for a total of $46,752.50 due on 10-01-21; Oelke seconded. On a roll call vote, Stoner, Oelke, Hincker, Stubbendeck and Crownover voted yea, none voted nay. Motion carried 5-0.
Hincker made a motion to approve the replat of lots 5 & 6 of Groundhog Heights making them one parcel. Crownover, Vodicka of the Planning Commission and Zahn signed the plat along with Kevin Rippe who purchased the lots. Crownover delivered the plat to the courthouse.
The list of delinquent water and sewer patrons was reviewed: Account #074, 088, 115, and 137.
Correspondence: The Lincoln Food Bank held a food distribution at the park on September 1st and requested to keep the distributions through the winter, weather permitting.
The meeting adjourned at 9:00 p.m.
A complete and current copy of these proceedings is available for
inspection at the Village Office during normal business hours.