REGULAR BOARD MEETING
A regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees of the
Chairman Crownover called the meeting to order at and informed everyone of the location of the Open Meetings Act poster.
Schomerus made a motion to accept the April 2010 minutes, Oelke seconded, and motion carried 4-0. Absent and not voting: Wassenberg
Stoner made a motion to accept the April 2010 treasurer’s report; Schomerus seconded, motion carried 4-0. Absent and not voting: Wassenberg.
The amount of the Keno check was $1,020.48
Water consumed for April was 692,000; water paid for 634,000; -58,000 for month;
There were no public comments.
An update on the BBQ was given by the Clerk. The Fun Run was approved by the County as well as the Sheriff’s office. Clerk will contact Fire Chief Vodicka and ask that the Rescue Squad be on stand-by. Various youth groups will join forces to serve a polish dog meal at the park. The American Legion Auxiliary of Post #100 will feed the 43rd Army Band at the
The speeders on
Due to the weather, not much progress had been made on the park shelter project.
Oelke made a motion to donate $100 to the Unadilla Fun Run, Schomerus seconded, and motion carried 5-0.
The passing of LB910 concerning the licensing fees of dogs and cats and sending $1 to the State for each was discussed. Schomerus made a motion to leave the licensing fee at $5 and to not license cats at this time; Wassenberg seconded; motion carried 5-0.
Clerk passed out state LP gas codes received from Steve Vodicka. After reviewing them, Crownover stated he would inspect the LP gas tank on the property of Rick Royal at
Stoner made a motion to pay membership dues to the Unadilla Merchants Association in the amount of $50.
Clerk relayed concerns from the Planning Commission about the situation in Hickman as it would pertain to the removal of the BBQ shed/old concession stand. Stoner made a motion to give the building to Dwight Kastens in lieu of a moving charge and/or demolitions costs as the building had
to be removed before construction of the park shelter project. Schomerus seconded, and motion carried 5-0.
Claims for May 2010 were reviewed:
4266 Nemaha Valley Refuse trash 2144.70
4267 Barb Wilhelm 92.5 hours 1008.75
4268 Amber Kempkes 44 hours 415.72
4269 Dwight Kastens 114.5 hours 1090.85
4271 Sheena Kastens 17.5 hours 175.00
4272 Dan Crownover wages 69.26
4273 Dale Stoner wages 46.17
4274 Arliss Wassenberg wages 46.17
4275 Janet Oelke wages 46.17
4276 Lynn Schomerus wages 46.17
AWD IRS 941 tax 679.39
4277 NC Utilities village accounts 940.65
4278 Windstream office phone 56.06
AWD OPPD water 15.14
4279 RWD#3 water 1737.80
4270 D Kastens bonus 200.00
4280 Dan’s Tire oil 7.70
4281 J Vogt sewer 258.00
4282 Gr Pl 1-Call hotline 2.02
4283 NE PHE Lab water 16.00
4284 Pete’s Plumbing curbstop/Daryl Werner 732.20
4285 Farmer’s Coop sewer test 24.30
4286 Kreifels Concrete park shelter 1040.00
4287 Syr Lumber park shelter 4444.09
4288 Syr Iron Works park shelter 5814.28
4289 Stutheit leafblower & oil 193.97
4290 Heartland Classified adv 34.27
4291 S Kroese 1st half by Locker 490.00
4292 Unadilla Merchants dues 50.00
4293 S Kroese 2nd half by Locker 380.00
4294 S Kroese reface Office brick 850.00
TOTAL CLAIMS FOR MAY 23,434.45
Oelke made a motion to pay claims, Schomerus seconded, all Trustees voted aye.
Delinquent water & sewer patrons were reviewed. Shut-offs will be sent to Dale Bailey, Ron Isaacs, Ken Johnson, David Lewis, Aaron Paul, Kathryn Romine, Dean Speth, and Loren Stubbendick.
Correspondence included filling out survey forms from RC & D; discussing school property/disposal statutes; reply letter from the Gaming Commission; information from All-Roads Barricades on temporary speed bumps; information on a NE Dept of Roads meeting; and the clarification on small tree removal at the park – it was not included in the park shelter. Stoner will
check to see if we can use the school gym if the BBQ concert gets rained out. In further discussion, Wassenberg made a motion to have Kroese reface the brick on the front of the Village Office, Stoner seconded, and motion carried 5-0.
The meeting adjourned at
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