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.
Stoner made a motion to approve the December 2010 minutes; Wassenberg seconded, motion carried 5-0.
Schomerus made a motion to approve the December 2010 treasurer’s report, Oelke seconded, motion carried 5-0.
The amount of the Keno check was $1323.77
Water consumed: 522,000; water paid for: 540,000; balance for month: +18,000; YTD:
In public comments, Paul Tingler appeared to discuss renting
Clerk reported that Andy DeGolyer and the youth group wanted to have concessions during the Twin Rivers ball games on Saturday afternoons. The Board approved as long as there are always 2 adults present.
The wiring/generator project has been tabled until further notice.
Installation of speed bumps & signs was tabled until better weather.
Board reviewed the lawnmower quotes from Keim’s and Stutheit’s. It was decided to keep our machine for another year since it has one year left on the warranty.
Clerk reported that Roger Kastens said one way to lower the electric bill would be to move the thermostats for the gym furnaces to the east side of the gym. Board approved this action.
Craig Wacker, Amy Vrtiska, and Evan Wickersham from JEO appeared to introduce themselves and discuss upcoming projects. Wickersham will prepare our One & Six reports.
Oelke made a motion to approve the Special License dates for TR Unadilla Mart; Stoner seconded, and motion carried.
Clerk requested that the
Paul Tingler appeared to request permission to rent
seconded, and motion carried. Clerk will come up with a rental agreement, have it approved by John Horan, and she will check with Barry Brandt about the liability insurance. Tingler indicated he would like to move in Feb. 1.
The following claims were reviewed for January payment:
4490 DHHS water school 80.00
4491 Nemaha Valley Refuse trash pickup 2132.70
4492 Barb Wilhelm wages /127.5 1541.19
4493 Amber Kempkes wages /34.5 322.73
4494 Dwight Kastens wages /120.5 1249.74
4495 Jeff Vogt sewer/2 30.00
4496 Sheena Kastens per ser/12.5 125.00
4497 Dan Crownover wages 69.26
4498 Dale Stoner wages 46.17
---- Arliss Wassenberg wages ----
4499 Janet Oelke wages 46.17
4500 Lynn Schomerus wages 46.17
AWD IRS 941 tax 800.01
4501 N.C. Utilities 2753.49
4502 Windstream office phone 63.32
AWD OPPD water 15.14
4503 RWD#3 water 1372.30
4504 Midwest Livestock park bridge 112.00
4505 Kimbell Constr concession stand 95.00
4507 Otoe Co Clerk election 50.00
4508 Kastens Electric see bill 4071.57
4509 Syr Iron Works bridge, sander 2260.29
4510 AmSan cleaning supplies 608.40
4511 Kreifels Concrete bridge 350.00
4512 NE PHE Lab water 16.00
4513 Gilmore & Assoc NBCS 348.00
4514 Heartland Class adv 19.90
4515 Heartland Lawn Service SH 10.00
4516 Pete’s Plumb water break/C Church 1118.65
4517 Void – Target wouldn’t take check from us -
4518 R & R Service 2 – doors 79.05
4519 NE Dept of Revenue 4th Qtr Keno Tax 859.00
Stoner made a motion to pay claims, Wassenberg seconded, and motion carried 5-0.
The list of delinquent water and sewer patrons was reviewed. Shut-offs will be sent to Dale Bailey, Helen Baker McKinney, Ashley Field, Ron Isaacs, David Lewis, Robert Schutz, Aaron Paul, Chad Pester, Danny Pester, and Shon Ryan.
In correspondence, Wassenberg made a motion to certify John A. Seamann,
The meeting adjourned at
A complete and current copy of these proceedings is available for inspection at the Village Office during normal business hours.