REGULAR BOARD MEETING
A regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees of the
Chairman Crownover called the meeting to order at He reminded everyone of the location of the Open Meetings Act poster.
Schomerus made a motion to approve the July 2010 minutes; Wassenberg seconded, motion carried 5-0.
Stoner made a motion to approve the July 2010 treasurer’s report, Oelke seconded, motion carried 5-0.
The amount of the Keno check was $990.38
Water consumed: 849,000; water paid for: 644,000; balance for month: -205,000; YTD: -99,000. Part of this overage was attributed to the water leak at 1028 “I” Street, owned by Tom Lewis.
In public comments, Barry Brandt appeared to go over the current insurance policy which will take effect
Schomerus made a motion to purchase the LP gas tank found by Kastens, Stoner seconded, motion carried 5-0. Crownover will contact Ray Doeden about hauling it. (ref: wiring/generator for new shop).
In regards to the street repair by Bruce Hassler, it was decided that the drainage would have to be corrected before any street repairs could be made.
It was decided where to install the speed bumps and signs, but it will take a few extra helpers for the project.
The question was asked if FDIC guarantees $250, 000 for each account or each account holder. In speaking to Bruce Hassler, he said the Bank has to pledge funds to cover all the Village’s accounts since we are a public entity.
Mindi Clarke appeared and proceeded with the annual Budget Workshop. She will have the budget prepared and ready for signatures at the September meeting.
Oelke made a motion to certify the following Fire & Rescue members, Wassenberg seconded, and motion carried:
Sharon Baker Gerry Davis Clayton Lewis Kathryn Romine
Annette Block Don Flessner Linda Liesemeyer Irene Rodaway
Rick Block Gordon Hopp Edith Pickerill Donna Speth
Tom Block Jeff Huber Chuck Porter Tiffany Tingler
Bill Davis Kenneth Johnson Ed Reed Betty Vodicka
Ron Vodicka Steve Vodicka Wendy Werner
Current salaries for the
The following claims were reviewed for August payment:
4347 Nemaha Valley Refuse trash pickup 2126.80
4348 Barb Wilhelm wages 1113.29
4349 Amber Kempkes wages 376.56
4350 Dwight Kastens wages 1130.01
4351 Dan Crownover wages 69.26
4352 Dale Stoner wages 46.17
4353 Arliss Wassenberg wages 46.17
4354 Janet Oelke wages 46.17
4355 Lynn Schomerus wages 46.17
AWD IRS 941 tax 696.71
4356 N.C. Utilities 960.44
4357 Windstream office phone 55.37
AWD OPPD water 15.14
4358 RWD#3 water 2075.35
4359 Schrock computer repair 369.96
4360 CS Agency (5-Way) Insurance 5813.00
4361 Travelers Ins WC for FF 2253.00
4362 NE PHE Lab water test 16.00
4363 Dan’s Tire sewer 4.35
4364 Pete’s Plumbing water/2 places 2541.40
4366 Gr Pl 1-Call hotline 3.86
4367 Farmer’s Coop sewer test 17.70
4368 Midwest Labs sewer test 30.30
4369 LMN dues 393.00
4370 LMN Utilities dues 277.00
4371 Kastens Electric park shelter/water 587.71
4372 Heartland Classified print/publish 34.64
4373 Office Depot supplies 122.77
4374 Dobson Bros coldpatch 1884.20
Stoner made a motion to pay claims, Oelke seconded, and motion carried.
The list of delinquent water and sewer patrons was reviewed. Shut-offs will be sent to: Ashley Field, Hofker/Crosby, David Lewis, Christina Long, Duffy Schutz, Kathryn Romine, Shon Ryan.
In correspondence, Clerk reported she had received a formal complaint letter on the Kurt Wenninghoff property, and a letter about the tall weeds in the triangle west of M.K. Meats.
Clerk was instructed to write a letter to Wenninghoff and ask him what his intentions were in regards to his property and to talk to Bob Brandt. Clerk also reported that she had picked up an appraisal for the
The meeting adjourned at
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