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Military Honor Plates

Military Honor plates have arrived in Cuming County Read More

Beginning January 2, 2016, Military Honor license plates will be available, in lieu of regular county plates, to persons who have served, or are currently serving, on active duty in the:

  • United States Army
  • United States Air Force
  • United States Coast Guard
  • United States Marine Corps
  • United States National Guard, or
  • United States Navy

There will be six designs available, one for each of the branches listed above. At this time approval has been granted on a limited basis by the armed forces owning the copyright to the official emblem, official seal, or other official image.

To request Military Honor license plates, the applicant must be eligible for, and enrolled in, the Nebraska Veteran’s Registry through the Nebraska Department of Veteran’s Affairs and have served, or be currently serving, on active duty in the specific branch for which a license plate is requested.

There is no limit to the number of motor vehicles or trailers owned or leased by the applicant that may be licensed with a Military Honor license plate. Separate application processes are required for each Military Honor license plate requested.

Applications and online ordering for Military Honor license plates will be available in December 2015.

Military Honor Message Plates   …………………………………………………… $40.00*

These plates are of exclusive   design and, as with regular Message plates, are produced with an available   message of your choice of up to five characters. Available to motor vehicles,   motorcycles, trailers, semitrailers and cabin trailers.

Military Honor Numeric Plates ………………………………………………………   $ 5.00*

Plate with the same exclusive   design as on the Military Honor Message plates, but assigned an alpha/numeric   combination by the Department of Motor Vehicles. Available to motor vehicles,   motorcycles, trailers, semitrailers and cabin trailers. These plates are   issued in consecutive numeric order in the order in which the applications   are received. Requests for specific numbers cannot be processed.

 

The $40.00 or $5.00 fee is due at the time of initial application and must be renewed annually in the same month as the vehicle registration.

 

CCED Meeting Notice

Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Cuming County Economic Development Board of Directors of Cuming County, Nebraska, will be held commencing at 4:30 p.m. (local time) on Thursday, February 18, 2016 at Cuming County Public Power in West Point, NE. The meeting will be open to the public. The agenda, which shall be kept continually current, shall be readily available for public inspection at the Cuming County Clerk’s office during normal business hours. The agenda may be modified to include items of an emergency nature, only, at such meeting.

Bonnie Vogltance
County Clerk
402-372-6002
Clerk@cumingcounty.ne.gov

Notice of 1 & 6 Year Road Plan

NOTICE of COUNTY ONE (1) & (6) YEAR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

 

Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Supervisors of Cuming County, Nebraska, Read More

will hold a public hearing on a proposed One (1) and Six (6) Year Highway Improvement Program for Cuming County at the Courthouse in the Supervisors 2nd floor meeting room, West Point, Nebraska on the 24th day of February, 2016 at 9:30 a.m.  The proposed program will be on file with the County Clerk and available for public inspection.

 

Chris Howser, Highway Superintendent

By Order of the Cuming County Board of Supervisors.

Election Deadlines and List of Vacancies

NOTICE

 

To comply with state statue 32-601, listed are the offices holding elections in the May Primary. Read More

Filing deadline for incumbent filers is February 16th, 2016.  Deadline for nonincumbents is March 1st 2016.  The County Clerk’s Office will be open until 5:00 P.M. both days to accommodate potential filers.  (*** filing deadline for these offices is July 15th, 2016 for incumbents and August 1st, 2016 for nonincumbents.)  Incumbent defined as the person whom the canvassers or the court declare elected to an elective office or who has been appointed to an elective office.

 

COUNTY SUBDIVISIONS

 

Cuming County Supervisor

Districts 2, 4 & 6  – 4 yr term  –  1 vacancy per/dist

Wisner-Pilger – Dist. 30  –  4 yr term –  3 vacancies

Bancroft-Rosalie – Dist. 20 – 4 yr term – 3 vacancies

West Point – Dist. 1 –  4 yr term  –  3 vacancies

Lyons-Decatur – Dist B20

East Ward  – 4 yr term  –  1 vacancy

West Ward  –  4 yr term  –  3 vacancies

Oakland Craig – Dist B14  –  4 yr term – 5 vacancies

Pender – Dist T1  –  4 yr term  –  3 vacancies

Scribner-Snyder – Dist D62  –  4 yr term  – 3 vacancies

Logan-View – D94  –  4 yr term  –  4 vacancies

Howells Public Schools

Ward 1 (Dodge)  – 2 yr term  –  1 vacancy & 4 yr term  –  1 vacancy

Ward 2 (Howells)  –  4 yr term  –  2 vacancies

West Point City

Council member Ward I  –  4 yr term  –  1 vacancy

Council member Ward II  –  4 yr term  –  1 vacancy

Council member Ward III  –  4 yr term  –  1 vacancy

Wisner City

Council member Ward I  –  4 yr term  –   1 vacancy

Council member Ward II  –  4 yr term  –  1 vacancy

Pender Hospital Board  –  4 yr term  –  2 vacancies

***Beemer Village  –  4 yr term  –  2 vacancies

***Bancroft Village  –  4 yr term  –  2 vacancies

 

 

FEDERAL, STATE, REGIONAL OFFICES

 

President of United States  –  4 yr term  –  1 vacancy

US Representative in Congress  –  2 yr term  –  1 vacancy

Public Service Commission – 6 yr term – 1 vacancy

State Board of Education Dist. 3  –  4 yr term   –  1 vacancy

Lower Elkhorn NRD

Subdistrict 6  –  4 yr term  –  1 vacancy

Subdistrict 7  –  4 yr term  –  1 vacancy

NE Comm College Dist 4  –  4 yr term  –  1 vacancy

NE Comm College At Large  –  4 yr term  –  1 vacancy

***Cuming County Public Power Dist

Subdistrict 1  –  6 yr term  –  1 vacancy

Subdistrict 2  –  6 yr term  –  1 vacancy

***ESU 2 – Dist 2  –  4 yr term  –  1 vacancy

***ESU 7 – Dist 2  –  4 yr term  –  1 vacancy

 

Bonnie Vogltance

Cuming County Clerk

 

January 26, 2016 – Board of Equalization Minutes

BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MINUTES

January 26, 2016

 

A meeting of the Board of Equalization of the County of Cuming, in the State of Nebraska was convened in open and public session at 11:00 a.m. on January 26, 2016, at West Point, Nebraska with all members present. Read More

 

Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by publication on the County Website and in the Wisner News Chronicle, legal newspaper for Cuming County, two of the County’s designated methods for giving notice, a copy of the agenda being attached to these minutes.  Notice of this meeting was published as a combined notice with the County Board of Supervisors’ January 26 and 27, 2016, notice.  Notice of this meeting was given in advance to the members of the Board of Equalization and a copy of their acknowledgment of receipt of notice and the agenda are attached to these minutes.  Availability of the agenda was communicated in the advance notice and in the notice to the County Board of Equalization of this meeting.  The Chairman of the Board publicly stated to all in attendance that a current copy of the “Nebraska Open Meetings Act” was posted at the entrance to the meeting room and the pamphlet form of the act is available upon request.  All proceedings hereafter shown were taken while the convened meeting was open to the attendance of the public.

 

  1.  MINUTES

A motion was made by Ott and seconded by Meister to approve the minutes of the last meeting as read.  All present voted yea in favor of said motion.

 

  1. TAX CORRECTIONS

The following tax corrections were presented to the Board for approval; ID No. 0002520.00-RE qualified for homestead – corrected 2015 tax list – deducted $677.82 from the tax rolls; ID# 0040870.00-RE did not qualify for homestead exemption -changed 2015 tax list – added $300.94 to the tax rolls; ID No. 000012554-PP duplicated equipment – corrected 2015 tax list – deducted $1.60 from the tax rolls; ID No. 000010254-PP duplicated item – corrected 2015 tax list – deducted $103.70 from the tax rolls.  A motion was made by Sill and seconded by Mutzenberger to accept the tax corrections as presented.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Sill, Ross, Ott, Mutzenberger, Wiechman and Tichota, yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1. REAL ESTATE EXEMPTION HEARINGS

The Board reviewed real estate exemption applications from the following; American Legion Post #191 – Pt Lt 12, Blk 2 Bancroft, American Legion Post #159, Lts 4, 5 & pt 3, Blk 16 Beemer, Apostolic Assembly of the Faith in Christ Jesus, Lt 1 & pt 2, Blk 16 Beemer, Bancroft Senior Citizens Center, Lt 12 & pt 13, Blk 1 Bancroft, Beemer Mennonite Church, Lt 1-5, Blk 10, 2nd Add Beemer, Beemer Senior Citizens Center, pt of Lt 3 & Lts 4 & 5, Blk 16 Beemer, Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Lt 5 Blk 2, Crawfords Add. West Point, Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lts 9, 10 & pt 8, Blk 13; Lts 1 & 2 Blk 31; Lt 12, Blk 32, 1st Add Wisner, Church of Dios Es Amor, Lts 1-3, Blk 8, Kountze Add. West Point, Elkhorn Valley Assembly of God, Lt 8, Blk 44 West Point, First Presbyterian Church, Lts 21-22, Blk 14 Bancroft, Franciscan Care Services, 4 acres outlot A, Add B; Pt Lts 3 & 4, Blk 71; Lts 1-4, Blk 65; Lts 1-8 Blk 66; Lts 1, 2, 8 Blk 71; E 6.25 acres & .61 acre outlot A, Add B; all of Blk 68 West Point, Fraternal Order of Eagles Lts 3, 4 & pt 6, pt 7, Blk 47, West Point, Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lts 6-8, Blk 84, West Point, Immanuel Lutheran Church, pt SW1/4SW1/4 4 acres 11-22-5 & pt NW1/4

14-22-5 5 acres; Legal Aid of Nebraska Lot 11, Blk 8, Bancroft, Nebraska District Council of the Assembly of God Lts 9 & 10, Blk 44, West Point, Redeemer Lutheran Church Lts 1, 2 & 3, Blk 3, West Point, Region IV Lts 3-6, Blk 76, West Point, St John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lt 1, Blk 41; Lt 1 Blk 40; pt of Lt 4 & all of Lt 5, Blk 16 Landis Add. Beemer, Sunshine Center Lt 5, 6, 7 & 8, Blk 11, West Point, St John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church TL 4 in E1/2 20-24-6 5.44 acres, Pender, St Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church Lts 3-10, Lt 17, Blk 26, Wisner, St Paul’s Lutheran Church Lts 28-32, Blk 14, Park Add Bancroft, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Lts 1-2, 5-8 Blk 1, West Point, St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Lts 1-4 Blk 8 West Point, Trinity Church Lt A & TL 37 Trinity Add, West Point, United Methodist Church Lts 5-6, Blk 11 Beemer, United Methodist Church of Christ Lts 6-89, Blk 19; Lts 11-12 Blk 76 4th Add. Wisner, West Point Church of Christ Pt of Blk 9 Crawford Add, West Point, West Point Family Worship Center Blk 6 Kountze Add; Lt 10 Little Add. West Point; West Point Sportsman Club 83 acres in W1/2SE1/4 & TL 23 3-21-6; Wisner Community Arts & Recreation Lt 2 Schultz’s Subd, Wisner, Wisner Community Development Lt 2, Blk 1 19th Add. Wisner, Wisner Comm. Senior Citizens Center Lts 12-13, Blk 29 Wisner, Zion St John’s Lutheran Church TLs 3 & 6 in NW1/4 24-22-4 5.33 acres; pt TL 1 in NE1/4 23-22-4 2.5 acres; Holy Cross Church lts 1, pt 2, pt 3, 4, 5 & 6, Blk 9 Bancroft, Holy Cross Church Lts 1 & 2, Blk 11 Beemer, St Boniface Church of Monterey TL 10, 11 & 1 13-21-5 8.38 acres; St Anthony’s Church of St. Charles TLs 4, 5 & pt 7 17-21-6 6.64 acres; Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Lts 3-6 Blk 67; pt Lt 7 & all Lt 8, Blk 78; Lts 1-4 Blk 69; Lts 1-8 Blk 70; Lts 5-7 Blk 71; Lts 5-8 Blk 75, West Point, Central Catholic High School Lts 1-2 & pt Lt 3 Blk 75; Lts 1-8 Blk 77, West Point, St. Aloysius Church TL 5 in SW1/4 31-22-5 3.85 acres; St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Lts 1-10 Blk 10 Wisner, Zion Lutheran Church SW1/4SW1/4 8-23-7.  A motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Ott to approve the applications as presented.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Sill, Ross, Ott, Mutzenberger, Wiechman and Tichota, yeas; nays none; motion carried.

4.   ADJOURN AS A BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

A motion was made by Sill and seconded by Mutzenberger, to adjourn as a Board of Equalization and reconvene as a Board of Supervisors.  All present voted yea in favor of said motion.

 

The Board of Equalization agreed to reconvene when necessary. The agenda kept current in the office of the County Clerk and on the County Website (www.cumingco.com).

 

 

_____________________________________

Cuming County Clerk

Approved:  _____________________________

Chairman

 

 

 

January 26 & 27, 2016 – Board of Supervisors Minutes

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MINUTES

January 26, 2016

 

A meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Cuming, in the State of Nebraska, was convened in open and public session at 9:00 a.m. on January 26, 2016, at West Point, Nebraska with all members present. Read More

 

Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by publication on the County Website and in the Wisner News Chronicle, legal newspaper for Cuming County, two of the County’s designated methods for giving notice, a copy of the agenda being attached to these minutes.  Notice of this meeting was given in advance to the members of the Board of Supervisors and a copy of their acknowledgment of receipt of notice and the agenda are attached to these minutes.  Availability of the agenda was communicated in the advance notice and in the notice to the County Board of Supervisors of this meeting.  The Chairman of the Board publicly stated to all in attendance that a current copy of the “Nebraska Open Meetings Act” was posted at the entrance to the meeting room and the pamphlet form of the act is available upon request.  All proceedings hereafter shown were taken while the convened meeting was open to the attendance of the public.

 

The following correspondence was received by the Board; extension educators activity reports from November 16 to December 15, 2015, captive insurance report, list of bank securities, insurance monthly cost summary, six month accumulated financial report, literature on the supportive services for veteran families program and a County Attorney opinion letter on countywide housing program.  All documents are available for public inspection at the County Clerk’s Office.

 

  1.   MINUTES

A motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Wiechman to approve the minutes of the last meeting as read.  All members present voted yea in favor of said motion.

 

  1. REORGANIZATION

SINE DIE

A motion was made by Sill and seconded by Meister to adjourn sine die. All present voted yea.

TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN

Chairman Tichota asked for nominations from the floor for a Temporary Chairman.  A motion was made by Ott and seconded by Sill to elect Steve Meister as temporary chairman by vote of acclamation. All voted yea by the same sign; motion carried.

BOARD CHAIRMAN

Temporary Chairman Meister opened the floor for nominations for Board Chairman.  Supervisor Sill, with a second by Supervisor Meister, made a motion to nominate Supervisor Tichota as Chairman  and to cease nominations and elect Tichota by vote of acclamation.  All present voted yea; motion carried.  Clarence Tichota was named Chairman for 2016.

VICE-CHAIRMAN

Chairman Tichota opened the floor for nominations for Vice-Chairman.  Supervisor Mutzenberger, with a second by Supervisor Sill, made a motion to elect Supervisor Meister as Vice-Chairman by vote of acclamation. All present voted yea; motion carried. Supervisor Meister was named Vice-Chairman for 2016.

COMMITTEES

A motion was made by Sill and seconded by Mutzenberger to approve the following committees:

Chairman                                                          Tichota

Vice-Chairman                                                Meister

Buildings & Grounds                                       Mutzenberger, Meister, Wiechman

Co.Weeds, Roads & Bridges                        Ross, Ott, Wiechman

Budget & Long Term Planning                     Sill, Mutzenberger, Wiechman

Goldenrod Hills Joint Housing                      Sill, alternate – Tichota

NENCAP                                                            Tichota, alternate – Sill

Nebr. Area on Aging                                      Ott, alternate – Meister

Northstar Services-Region IV, Inc               Tichota, alternate – Mutzenberger

Region IV Mental Health Serv.                     Ross, alternate – Mutzenberger

E911                                                                  Mutzenberger alternate – Sill

NENEED                                                            Mutzenberger, alternate – Sill

Juvenile Jail                                                      Ott, alternate – Tichota

Louis & Abby Faye Dinklage                         Tichota, alternate – Sill

RC & D                                                              Ross, alternate – Wiechman

District Bd of Health                                      Tichota, Erin Ridder – alternate Sill

Technology Committee                                Sill, Mutzenberger, Wiechman

County Economic Development                  Sill, alternate – Mutzenberger

Personnel                                                         Mutzenberger, Wiechman, Sill

Planning & Zoning                                          Sill, Mutzenberger, Ross

JAG, Diversion-TeamMates                          Ott, Bracht

Grievance                                                         Meister, Sill, Ott

All present voted yea; motion carried.

COUNTY NEWSPAPER

A motion was made by Ross and seconded by Wiechman to appoint the Wisner News Chronicle as the legal newspaper for 2016 and that the proceedings be published in the West Point News as well for the set fee of $20.00 per month with the legal paper to publish the proceedings the week following the meeting and the West Point News within a month from the meeting.  Notices, minutes and agendas will also be posted on the County Web Site (www.cumingco.com).  Notices for special and emergency meetings, if time does not allow posting in the newspaper, will be posted in one bank in each community and in the courthouse and on the County Web Site.  All present voted yea; motion carried.

COUNTY PHYSICIAN

A motion was made by Meister and seconded by Mutzenberger to appoint Dr. Scott Green as the County Physician.  All present voted yea; motion carried.

COUNTY BANKS

A motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Wiechman to adopt the following resolution; BE IT RESOLVED that the County Treasurer be authorized to deposit funds in excess of the capital and surplus in any depository designated for county funds, provided such depository furnish the proper securities as provided by law, and that the Treasurer be, and she hereby is, authorized to invest surplus funds, if there be any, in United States Treasury bills or certificates of deposit in the following financial institutions; First Community Bank, Beemer and Bancroft, First Bank of Bancroft, Wells Fargo, West Point Branch, Pinnacle Bank, Wisner Branch, Citizens State Bank of Wisner and West Point, F&M Bank, NA of West Point, CharterWest National Bank of West Point, Midwest Bank of Wisner and Npait.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Ross, Sill, Wiechman, Ott and Tichota yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1. REPORT FROM ELKHORN-LOGAN VALLEY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Tracy Benjes was present to update the Board on activities of the Elkhorn Logan Valley Public Health Department.  She also presented the 2014 annual report.  No formal action was taken.

 

  1. RESOLUTION 20160101

Supervisor Sill, with a second by Supervisor Mutzenberger, moved the passage of Resolution 20160101; a resolution to approve the Cuming County Local Emergency Operations Plan.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Ross, Sill, Wiechman, Ott and Tichota yeas; nays none; resolution adopted. (A complete copy of Resolution 20160101 can be found in Resolution Record #1 Page 256.)

 

  1. RESOLUTION 20160102

Supervisors Sill, with a second by Supervisor Mutzenberger, moved the passage of Resolution 20160102; a resolution to appoint Bernie Hunke as the primary representative and Bradley Boyum as the alternate representative to the Emergency Management Northeast Regional Group.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Ross, Sill, Wiechman, Ott and Tichota yeas; nays none; resolution adopted.  (A complete copy of Resolution 20160102 can be found in Resolution Record #1 Page 257.)

 

  1.   REPORTS

After reviewing revenue reports from the County Sheriff ($1,018.17), Clerk of Dist. Court ($1,275.37), Roads ($157.51), Zoning ($450.00), and County Clerk ($4,940.06), a motion was made by Meister and seconded by Ott to accept the reports and place on file.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Ott, Wiechman and Tichota yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1.  RECEIPTS

A motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Sill to approve $420,728.67 of miscellaneous Treasurer’s receipts and place on file.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Ott, Wiechman and Tichota yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1. RECESS AS A BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

A motion was made by Sill and seconded by Ott to recess as a Board of Supervisors and convene as a Board of Equalization.  All present voted yea in favor of said motion.

  1. EXECUTIVE SESSION

At 11:40 a.m. the Board reconvened as a Board of Supervisors to enter into executive session.  A motion was made by Wiechman and seconded by Mutzenberger to go into executive session to discuss potential litigation. Chairman Tichota restated the purpose of the executive session was to discuss potential litigation and asked for a roll call vote. Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Ott, Wiechman and Tichota yeas; nays, none; motion carried.  At 12:27 p.m. the Board came out of executive session.

 

  1. QUOTES FOR SECURITY EQUIPMENT

The Board revisited courthouse security to consider a quote for $2,380.26 from Barone Security Systems to replace the security panel in the courthouse which would update the system and allow additional hold up buttons.  A motion was made by Sill and seconded by Mutzenberger to accept the quote from Barone for $2,380.26 for the new security equipment.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Ott, Wiechman and Tichota yeas; nays, none; motion carried.

 

At 12:45 p.m. the Board agreed to recess and reconvene the following morning.

 

January 27, 2016

 

The Board met pursuant to the previous day’s business with all members present.  The Chairman restated that a current copy of the “Nebraska Open Meetings Act” is posted at the entrance and a pamphlet form of the act is available upon request.

 

The Road Superintendent was present to give his verbal action road report to the Board.  No formal action was taken.

 

  1. RESOLUTION 20151201

Resolution 20151201 was tabled at the December, 2015 meeting.  The resolution would support a national initiative called “Stepping Up”.  The “Stepping Up” initiative’s purpose is to reduce the number of people with mental illnesses in jails.  Supervisor Ross, with a second by Supervisor Wiechman, moved the passage of Resolution 20151201. Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Ross, Sill, Wiechman, Ott and Tichota yeas; nays none; resolution adopted.  (A complete copy of Resolution 20151201 can be found in Resolution Record #1 Page 258.)

 

  1. RECIND MOTIONS

A motion was made by Sill and seconded by Mutzenberger to recind motion #10 of the November 25, 2015 minutes and motion #15 of the December 28, 2015 minutes.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Ott, Wiechman and Tichota yeas; nays, none; motion carried.

 

  1. ZONING MAP

The Board spent some time reviewing the zoning map before it is presented to the public.  No formal action was taken.

 

  1. COUNTY HANDBOOK

Revisions to the County handbook were presented to the Board for approval.  A motion was made by Ott and seconded by Tichota to approve the changes as presented.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Ott, Wiechman and Tichota yeas; nays, none; motion carried.

 

  1. RESOLUTION 20160103

An agreement with the State of Nebraska for a bridge and culvert object marker signing project was presented to the Board for execution.  The Nebraska Department of Roads will fund the cost of materials estimating to be $7,313.29 and the County is responsible for installation costs.  Supervisor Ott, with a second from Supervisor Ross, moved the passage of Resolution 20160103 to execute the agreement with the State of Nebraska, Department of Roads. Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Ross, Sill, Wiechman, Ott and Tichota yeas; nays, none; resolution adopted.  (A complete copy of Resolution 20160103 can be found in Resolution Record #1 Page 260.)

 

  1.  APPROVE CLAIMS

A motion was made by Wiechman and seconded by Ott to approve the following claims; General payroll and reimbursements $108,789.55; Road payroll & reimbursements $40,447.89; Economic Development payroll & reimbursements $7,754.31; E911 payroll & reimbursements $18,262.87; Lincoln Financial 2455.22 co share supplemental ins, Ameritas Life Ins. 7504.60 co share retire, CC Clerk Insurance Account 66,478.53 co share ins, F&M Bank 7898.40 co share soc sec, juror fees 2016.88, Adams Co Sheriff 6.50 mental health bd expenses, Advanced Correctional Healthcare912.94 prosoner care, Appeara 90.67 supplies, Apothecary Shop 505.22 prisoner meds, AS Central Services 26.00 supplies, Auto Value 69.80 supplies, Barone Security 192.00 bldg repairs, Black Hills Energy 1039.04 utilities, Daniel Bracht 4984.99 reimb, Burt Co Sheriff 2.75 court costs, Cardmember Serv 95.70 software & meals, Cass Co Jail 702.36 prisoner bd, Centec Cast Metal 1009.40 grave markers, Central Valley Ag 210.75 fuel, CenturyLink 1344.41 service, City of West Point 5538.48 solid waste, City of Wisner 2625.22 solid waste, Clk of Dist Ct 32.00 court fees, Continental Research 396.56 supplies, Cuming Co 4-H 11.00 pop machine revenue, Cuming Co Court 134.00 court costs, Cuming County Mutual Aid Asso. 35.00 dues, Cuming Co Sheriff 112.09 court costs, Mary Dickson 20.00 witness fee, Eakes Office Solutions 587.28 supplies, ECivis 2050.00 adm fee, Elite Computers 48.00 repairs, Engelhardt TV 3239.56 equip, ESRI Inc 1900.00 licensing fee, Floor Maintenance 235.12 supplies, Franciscan Care Services 297.00 employment & blood tests, Great America Fin. Serv 163.00 equip lease, Ellen Hasenkamp 44.82 mileage, HHS 93.00 institutional care, JEO Consulting 60.00 supplies, JP Electric 1582.58 repairs,Klein Survey 1000.00 equip rental, Madison Co. Cist Ct 50.00 mental health bd, Madison Co. Sheriff 11550.00 prisoner bd, Matthew Bender 9.50 supplies, Microfilm Imaging 59.00 microfilming, Mid-States Organized Crime 100.00 dues, Stuart Mills 1181.25 ct apnt atny, Mostek Repair 133.34 repairs, MIPS 2691.36 computer support, NE Assn of Emg Managers 85.00 dues, NE Sheriff Assn 195.00 dues, NE Nebr Assessors Assn 25.00 dues,  NOVA Fitness Equip 2721.60 flooring, Office Systems 133.00 equip, Pender Community Hospital 244.00 inmate care, Peterson Body 57.72 service, PetroMart 719.46 fuel, Pizza Ranch 76.25 jury meals, Quality Printing 595.29 supplies, Region IV 4973.75 3rd qrtr payment, Schinstock Painting 100.00 labor, Schmader Electric 200.00 labor, Debra Schroeder 79.90 supplies, Skywave Wireless 103.95 internet fees, Smidt Garbage 45.00 serv, Daniel Smith 543.75 ct apnt atny, Joseph Smith 217.50 ct apnt atny, Stan Ortmeier 652.96 repairs, William Stokely 1800.00 county burial, Teeco 124.85 supplies, Telebeep Cellular 53.48 pager serv, Thurston Co. Sheriff 3050.00 prisoner bd, Tim’s Sinclair 186.80 fuel, Time Clock Deals 34.72 serv, UNL 794.17 salary reimb & supplies, UNL Print & Copy 252.50 supplies, Verizon Wireless 337.11 serv, Village of Bancroft 826.02 solid waste, Village of Beemer 826.02 solid waste, Wagner Tire 268.99 repairs, Ina Welding 57.70 prior serv, West Point Home Center 385.22 repairs, West Point Light 2074.57 utilities, West Point News 862.04 publ, Wisner News Chronicle 249.55 publ, Yosten True Value 203.50 supplies, Total General Fund $157,726.79; Ameritas Life Ins. 2730.22 co share retire, F&M Bank 2952.91 co share soc sec, Auto Value 238.40 parts, B’s Enterprises 700.00 asphalt material, Black Hills Energy 920.57 utilities, Bomgaars 704.00 supplies & tools, Bozweld 52.99 labor, Central Valley Ag 1006.66 fuel, CenturyLink 86.15 serv, Chemsearch 181.19 supplies, City of Wisner 649.33 utilities, Constellation New Energy 237.47 utilities, Conway’s Corner 66.00 fuel, CCPPD 431.03 serv, Engelhardt TV 157.33 supplies, Farmers Pride 2439.40 fuel, Great Plains 161.29 utilities, James Hladky 525.00 labor, Ideal Wheels 354.70 parts & labor, Kimball Midwest 136.30 supplies, Mark Spenner 1897.50 freight, Midwest Services 2496.70 signing material, Murphy Tractor 1166.67 parts, Northeast Glass 640.00 labor & materials, Pender Impl 799.77 parts, Quality Printing 49.93 supplies, S&S Willers 2449.43 gravel, S&W Welding 231.80 parts, Sapp Bros 885.61 fuel & repairs, Marvin Siebrandt 1726.53 gravel, Smidt’s Sanitation 50.00 serv, Stalp Gravel 11,823.25 gravel, Stan Ortmeier & Co. 22.28 supplies, Stigge Machine 177.98 parts, Tim’s Sinclair 4212.12 fuel, Time Clock Deals 15.12 serv, Truck Center 261.52 parts, Verizon Wireless 239.92 serv, Wagner Tire 780.05 fuel, West Point Home Center 18.58 materials, West Point Light & Water 599.72 utilities, Wisner News 115.35 publ, West Point Travel Plaza 376.19 fuel, Wisner Auto Parts 55.80 parts, Wisner True Value 4.80 parts, Wisner West 69.56 fuel, Total Road Fund $45,897.12; Bancroft-Rosalie Schools 6000.00 Dinklage Grant, GACC 23,000.00 Dinklage Grant, Howells-Dodge Schools 1000.00 Dinklage Grant, Pender Public Schools 1000.00 Dinklage Grant, Total Special Projects $31,000.00; University of Nebraska $1500.00 Wegner Scholarship, Total Wegner Scholarship Fund $1500.00; Cardmember Service 21.01 travel expenses, City of West Point 425.00 grant, Midwest Meetings 575.00 publication costs, West Point Community Threatre 500.00 grant, Westside Publishing Co. 1700.00 adv, Total Lodging Tax Fund $3,221.01; Heartland Technology Solutions 109.00 records preservation, MIPS 275.70 computer support, Total Reg of Deeds Fund $384.70; Ameritas Life Ins. 523.41 co share retire, F&M Bank 590.92 co share soc sec, Cardmember Service 1836.12 adv & travel expenses, City of West Point 70.00 rent, Creative Xpressions 330.75 adv, Quality Print 177.46 supplies, Total Economic Development Fund $3,528.66; Ameritas Life Ins. 1232.73 co share retire, F&M Bank 1372.52 co share soc sec, AS Central Finance 448.00 teletype serv, CardMember Serv 575.29 Threat Net, CenturyLink 2022.90 serv, Elite Computers 70.00 supplies, Great Plains Comm 68.62 serv, JP Electric 804.99 equip, Quality Print 93.64 supplies, Racom Corp 4534.08 equip, Skywave Wireless 71.95 serv, Time Clock Deals 12.96 fees, Xybix Systems 27,531.94 equip, Total E911 Fund $38,839.62.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Mutzenberger, Meister, Sill, Ott, Wiechman Ross and Tichota, yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

There being no more business, the board agreed to adjourn and reconvene at 9:00 a.m. on February 23 and 24, 2016.  The agenda kept current in the office of the county clerk and on the website (www.cumingco.com).

 

 

 

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County Clerk                                                                   Chairman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

December 28, 2015 – Board of Equalization Minutes

BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MINUTES

December 28, 2015

 

A meeting of the Board of Equalization of the County of Cuming, in the State of Nebraska was convened in open and public session at 11:00 a.m. on December 28, 2015, at West Point, Nebraska with all members present. Read More

 

Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by publication on the County Website and in the Wisner News Chronicle, legal newspaper for Cuming County, two of the County’s designated methods for giving notice, a copy of the agenda being attached to these minutes.  Notice of this meeting was published as a combined notice with the County Board of Supervisors’ December 28, 2015, notice.  Notice of this meeting was given in advance to the members of the Board of Equalization and a copy of their acknowledgment of receipt of notice and the agenda are attached to these minutes.  Availability of the agenda was communicated in the advance notice and in the notice to the County Board of Equalization of this meeting.  The Chairman of the Board publicly stated to all in attendance that a current copy of the “Nebraska Open Meetings Act” was posted at the entrance to the meeting room and the pamphlet form of the act is available upon request.  All proceedings hereafter shown were taken while the convened meeting was open to the attendance of the public.

 

  1.  MINUTES

A motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Ross to approve the minutes of the last meeting as read.  All present voted yea in favor of said motion.

 

  1.  MOTOR VEHICLE EXEMPTION

A vehicle exemption application was presented from Franciscan Care Services for 14 vehicles.  A motion was made by Meister and seconded by Ott to approve the application as presented.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Ross, Ott, Mutzenberger, Wiechman, Sill and Tichota, yeas; nays none; motion carried.  

 

  1.  TAX CORRECTIONS

The following tax corrections were presented to the Board for approval; ID No. 0057622.00-RE split 3.25 acres after statements were mailed – changed 2015 tax list – deducted $200.70 from the tax rolls; ID# 0057624.00-RE split from parcel 0057622.00 changed 2015 tax list – added $200.70 to the tax rolls.  A motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Wiechman to accept the tax corrections as presented.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Sill, Ross, Ott, Mutzenberger, Wiechman and Tichota, yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1.  DATE FOR REAL ESTATE EXEMPTION HEARINGS

The Board discussed with the County Assessor a date to hear real estate exemptions.  The Board agreed to conduct the hearing at 11:15 on January 26, 2016.

 

  1.  ADJOURN AS A BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

At 11:20 a.m., a motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Sill, to adjourn as a Board of Equalization and reconvene as a Board of Supervisors.  All present voted yea in favor of said motion.

 

The Board of Equalization agreed to reconvene when necessary. The agenda kept current in the office of the County Clerk and on the County Website (www.cumingco.com).

 

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Cuming County Clerk

Approved:  _____________________________

                          Chairman                                           


                                                       

                                                                      

 

December 28, 2015 – Board of Supervisors’ Minutes

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MINUTES

December 28, 2015

 

A meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Cuming, in the State of Nebraska, was convened in open and public session at 9:00 a.m. on December 28, 2015, at West Point, Nebraska with all members present. Read More

 

Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by publication on the County Website and in the Wisner News Chronicle, legal newspaper for Cuming County, two of the County’s designated methods for giving notice, a copy of the agenda being attached to these minutes.  Notice of this meeting was given in advance to the members of the Board of Supervisors and a copy of their acknowledgment of receipt of notice and the agenda are attached to these minutes.  Availability of the agenda was communicated in the advance notice and in the notice to the County Board of Supervisors of this meeting.  The Chairman of the Board publicly stated to all in attendance that a current copy of the “Nebraska Open Meetings Act” was posted at the entrance to the meeting room and the pamphlet form of the act is available upon request.  All proceedings hereafter shown were taken while the convened meeting was open to the attendance of the public.

 

The following correspondence was received by the Board; letter from Department of Roads regarding the Statewide Transportation Improvement Plan and the Long Range Transportation Plan, a list of bank securities, US Arm Corps of Engineers public notice for application No. 2015-01403-WEH, 2015 Nebraska Loess Hills Report, invitation to TeamMates Chamber Coffee, safety committee minutes from the December 16, 2015 meeting, Build Nebraska Act planning meeting invitation and a notice of settlement of class action and settlement fairness hearing (#9989899393).  All documents are available for public inspection at the County Clerk’s Office.

 

  1.   MINUTES

A motion was made by Meister and seconded by Mutzenberger to approve the minutes of the last meeting as read.  All members present voted yea in favor of said motion; motion carried.  

 

  1.   REPORTS

After reviewing revenue reports from the County Sheriff ($1,146.73), Clerk of Dist. Court ($1,035.90), Roads ($8,408.64), Zoning ($125.00), and County Clerk ($4,897.22), a motion was made by Wiechman and seconded by Ross to accept the reports and place on file.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Wiechman, Ott and Tichota yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1.  RECEIPTS

A motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Meister to approve $270,175.59 of miscellaneous Treasurer’s receipts and place on file.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Wiechman, Ott and Tichota yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1.  BEEMER CITIZENS CENTER DINKLAGE APPLICATION

A Dinklage Application was presented to the Board for $9,000.  The funds if granted would be used for operating costs for the Beemer Senior Citizens Center.  A motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Wiechman to forward the application to the Dinklage Foundation.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Wiechman, Ott and Tichota yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1. SCRAP TIRE PROJECT

The Nebraska Loess Hills RC&D Council is preparing for a scrap tire project in Cuming County in 2016 and is asking for support from the County.  A motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Wiechman to contact the Road Department to see if they can supply a machine and operator for the 2016 scrap tire project.  All present voted yea in favor of said motion.

 

  1.  UPDATE FROM COUNTY SURVEYOR

Nick Seery was present to update the members of the Board on activity in his office.  Seery presented a map identifying the corner pins that he has found and replaced since he took office.  He also informed the Board on future expenditures they will see from his office.  No formal action was taken.

 

  1.  OPERATING AGREEMENT FOR INSURANCE SERVICES

An operating agreement with Innovative Captive Strategies LLC was presented for execution.  The agreement will provided services for the self-funded employee insurance program.  A motion was made by Sill and seconded by Ott to authorize the Chairman to sign the Inception RE, LLC Operating Agreement.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Wiechman, Ott and Tichota yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1.  RESOLUTION 20151201

Resolution 20151201 was presented by Supervisor Ross.  The resolution would join an initiative to reduce the number of people with mental illnesses in jails.  After review, a motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Ross to table until the January, 2016 regular meeting.  All present voted yea in favor of said motion.

 

  1.  RECESS AS A BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

At 11:20 a.m., a motion was made by Sill and seconded by Mutzenberger to recess as a Board of Supervisors and convene as a Board of Equalization.  All present voted yea in favor of said motion.  

 

At 11:20 a.m. the Board reconvened as a Board of Supervisors.

 

  1.  BANK SECURITY

F&M Bank requested the release of security CUSIP 234219LX9 for $865,000.  A motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Sill to approve the release of security CUSIP 234219LX9.  All present voted yea in favor of said motion.

 

  1.  TOWNSHIP BONDS

Township Official Bonds were presented from Artwin Fullner and Michael Glaubius for approval.  A motion was made by Sill and seconded by Mutzenberger to approve the bonds as presented.  All present voted yea in favor of said motion.

 

  1.  BIDS FOR BRIDGE PROJECT C002014440

Three bids were received to replace a bridge on D Road between sections 16 & 21 which tallied as follows: Theisen Construction Inc., Norfolk, NE $406,875.76; Midwest Underground Inc., Lincoln, NE $485,084.00; Simon Contractors, North Platte, NE $494,788.75.  A motion was made by Ott and seconded by Wiechman to accept the full bid of Thiesen Construction for $406,875.76, work beginning June 27, 2016 and completed by September 1, 2016.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Wiechman, Ott and Tichota yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1.  COURTHOUSE SECURITY

The Board discussed courthouse security and what steps need to be taken to provide a safe environment for employees and members of the public to conduct business.  They also reviewed a quote from Barone for $799.02 with a monthly monitoring fee of $20 per/month to install panic buttons in the County Attorney’s Office.  A motion was made by Ross and seconded by Mutzenberger to accept the bid as presented.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Wiechman, Ott and Tichota yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1.  COUNTY SUPERVISORS SALARIES FOR 2017 & 2018

A motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Ott to replace the salaries set in the December 2013 motion for 2017 and 2018 and set the salaries for County Supervisors for 2017 at $14,025.60 with a 3% increase in 2018 and to allow a $2500 stipend for the Chairman of the Board.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Wiechman, Ott and Tichota yeas; nays Ross; motion carried.

 

  1.  APPOINT MEMBER TO DINKLAGE FOUNDATION BOARD

A motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Meister to appoint Steve Sill to represent the County on the Dinklage Board for 2016.  All present voted yea in favor of said motion.

 

  1.  CCED DINKLAGE APPLICATION

A Dinklage Application was reviewed from Cuming County Economic Development Inc. for $100,000.  The funds, if granted, would be used to support a housing demolition and rehabilitation program.  A motion was made by Sill and seconded by Mutzenberger to approve the application as presented.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Wiechman, Ott and Tichota yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1.  HOWELLS-DODGE DINKLAGE APPLICATION

The Board considered a Dinklage Application from Howells-Dodge Public School for $2,000 for two county residents graduating from Howells-Dodge High School in 2016. A motion was made by Sill and seconded by Mutzenberger, to forward the application to the Dinklage Foundation.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Ott, Wiechman and Tichota yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1.  ZONING PERMIT

The Board discussed a zoning permit issued to erect a hog barn in Section 20-22-6 with Lauren Siebrandt and Ken Ortmeier who have neighboring property.  No formal action was taken.

 

  1.  PURCHASES FROM THE LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUIPMENT FUND

A motion was made by Mutzenberger and seconded by Sill to adopt Resolution 20151202 and, to repeal the motion and resolution for purchase of equipment and supplies from Law Enforcement Equipment Fund (LEEF) previously approved to the extent such purchases have not been completed, and to approve the purchase of the items listed below in the priority listed, all such purchases being subject to the availability of the budget and funds in the LEEF and subject to available funding from grant funds available through the Nebraska Highway Safety Department, or other sources, if available, provided, however that the agency receiving any such asset, shall, by acceptance of such asset shall accept full ownership of such asset; that such agency shall assume responsibility for the routine maintenance and repair of such asset; that such agency shall use such asset until the same is no longer of use; and, at that time, that such agency will dispose of such asset according the procedure of such agency for surplus property, with the proceeds, if any, retained by such agency and devoted to law enforcement purposes. The items approved and the priority of purchase is as follows:

  1.  Description:  Urine Test Kits (50 @ $7.99 each) – Funding: To be purchased from funds from the LEEF. Grant funds may be sought, however, not required – Approximate Cost:  $400.00 Contemplated distribution: West Point Police Department
  2.  Description:  DVD’s (17 @ $29.49 each) – Funding: To be purchased from funds from the LEEF. Grant funds may be sought, however, not required. – Approximate Cost:  $501.33

Contemplated distribution: West Point Police Department

  1.  Description:  Body Camera (1 @ $349.00) and Wall Charger (1 @ $15.99) – Funding: To be purchased from funds from the LEEF. Grant funds may be sought, however, not required.

Approximate Cost:  $365.98 – Contemplated distribution: Bancroft Police Department

  1.  Description:  Two (2) Tasers and Cartages for Training – Funding: To be purchased from funds from the LEEF. Grant funds may be sought, however, not required. – Approximate Cost:  Not to exceed $2,400.00 – Contemplated distribution: West Point Police Department
  2.  Description:  Cell Phones Service – Funding: To be purchased from funds from the LEEF. Grant funds may be sought, however, not required. – Approximate Cost:  $1,700.00 – Contemplated distribution: Nebraska State Patrol/Officer Randy Davie- Wisner Police Department
  3.  Description:  Rifle/Weapon Accessories (Sights) – Funding: To be purchased from funds from the LEEF. Grant funds may be sought, however, not required. – Approximate Cost:  $2,500.00 (5 @ $500.00 each) – Contemplated distribution: Nebraska State Patrol
  4.  Description:  Flash Lights – Funding: To be purchased from funds from the LEEF. Grant funds may be sought, however, not required. – Approximate Cost:  Not to exceed $1,270.00 (7 @ $100.00 each)

Contemplated distribution: Nebraska State Patrol

Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Ott, Wiechman and Tichota yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1.  AGREEMENTS

County Attorney Bracht presented two agreements for execution by the Board. Presented was an agreement with Health and Human Services for Electronic Registration System (ERS II Agreement) which will allow the County Attorney’s office to file certificates electronically and an agreement with Madison County.  The Madison County agreement will allow Madison County to be the lead county for the Nebraska Crime Commission’s 2016 Community Based Juvenile Services Grant.  The Board made the following motions as a result:

 

A motion was made by Mutzenberger to authorize the Chairman to sign the ERS II Agreement with Health and Human Services.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Ott, Wiechman and Tichota yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

A motion was made by Meister and seconded by Ott to authorize the Chairman to sign the Memorandum of Understanding Agreement with Madison County.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Meister, Mutzenberger, Sill, Ross, Ott, Wiechman and Tichota yeas; nays none; motion carried.

 

  1.  APPROVE CLAIMS

A motion was made by Ott and seconded by Meister to approve the following claims; General payroll and reimbursements $108,277.09; Road payroll & reimbursements $46,725.30; Economic Development payroll & reimbursements $8,356.56; E911 payroll & reimbursements $19,862.16; Lincoln Financial 2421.96 co share supplemental ins, Ameritas Life Ins. 7461.54 co share retire, CC Clerk Insurance Account 14526.71 co share ins, F&M Bank 7957.74 co share soc sec, Advanced Correctional Healthcare 21.36 inmate care, Antelope Co. Court 17.09 supply reimb, Appeara 61.62 supplies, Apothecary Shop 9.03 inmate care, AS Central Finance 26.00 supplies, Auto Value 76.16 supplies, Black Hills Energy 774.78 utilities, Cindy Bloedorn 92.10 extension bd, Bomgaars 109.99 supplies, Daniel Bracht 5462.85 reimb, Cardmember Serv 145.68 supplies & printing, Cass Co. Jail 702.36 prisoner bd, Central Valley Ag 46.99 fuel, CenturyLink 1353.05 serv, City of West Point 8059.22 solid waste, City of Wisner 1818.18 solid waste, Claritus 190.66 postage, Clerk of District Court 105.00 court costs, Comfort Inn 299.85 lodging, Cuming Co. 4-H 43.00 pop machine revenue, Cuming Co. Court 266.00 court costs, Cuming Co. Sheriff 80.59 court costs, Cuming Co. Treas. 250.00 diversion scholarship, Delmont Sign 230.00 decals, Digital Ally 60.00 radio equip, Robert Dinslage 203.18 parts & labor, Thomas Donner 5407.10 ct apnt atny, Eakes Office 221.79 equipment, Electrical Engineering 460.23 repairs, Elite Computers 372.19 equip repairs, Engelhardt TV 45.00 license renewal, Les Feyerherm 18.40 mileage, Fisher Agency 187.00 consulting fee, Margarita Flores 33.45 extension bd, Floor Maintenance 363.60 supplies, Franciscan Care Services 142.00 blood tests, Graybeals 20.08 supplies, Greatamerica Financial 163.00 equip, HHS 90.00 institutional care, Larry Howard 20.00 reg fee, Holiday Inn 1199.40 lodging, Terry Jahnke 95.20 extension bd, Janitor Depot 494.85 supplies, Paul Knobbe 147.75 extension bd, Russell Kreikemeier 4053.10 ct apnt atny, Chris Kreikemeier 33.45 extension bd, Mary Jo Lueckenhoff 5.75 postage, Microfilm Imaging 59.00 microfilming, MIPS 2862.94 computer support, Stuart Mills 843.75 ct apnt atny, William Minich 1450.00 ct apnt atny, Natl Asso. of Surveyors 50.00 dues, NESCA 15.00 dues, NACO 1979.89 dues, NE Assn of Co Treasurers 75.00 dues, NE Assn of Emg Managers 50.00 dues, NE Dept of Revenue 50.67 sales tax, NE Loess Hills 350.00 dues, Nielsen Community Center 275.00 rental fee, NE Research 154.66 equip, Wahneeta Norton 88.20 extension bd, O’Keefe Elevator 1827.39 repairs, Office Systems 133.00 equip maint, Pender Community Hosp 131.00 inmate care, Peterson Body & Paint 55.00 repairs, PetroMart 960.57 fuel, Police Officers Assn 15.00 dues, Postmaster 225.00 postage, PSAN 185.00 reg fee, Quality Printing 1052.59 supplies, Kay Raabe 130.50 extension bd, Revion IV Mental Health 5189.50 3rd qrtr payment, Revolution Center for Seniors 145.03 transportation, Debra Schroeder 201.76 reimb, Skywave Wireless 103.95 internet serv, Sleuth 2177.08 maint renewal, Smidt’s Garbage 45.00 serv, Daniel Smith 1293.75 ct apnt atny, Stan Ortmeier 14.98 supplies, Stratton, Delay & Doele 3480.70 ct apnt atny, Teeco Inc. 98.85 supplies, Telebeep Cellular 53.48 serv, Thurston Co. Sheriff 3150.00 inmate bd, Kassidy Tighe 20.00 witness fee, Time Clock Deals 34.72 serv fee, US Postage Serv 5000.00 postage, Verizon Wireless 313.03 serv, Village of Bancroft 635.44 solid waste, Village of Beemer 1071.46 solid waste, Glen Vollmer 18.40 mileage, Wagner Tire 73.95 tires & repairs, West Point Home Center 16.04 repairs, West Point Light 1894.97 utilities, West Point News 377.00 publ, Western Office Tech 395.00 supplies, Wisner News 545.47 publ, Yosten True Value 266.82 supplies, Total General Fund $106,081.57; Ameritas Life Ins. 3153.96 co share retire, F&M Bank 3444.04 co share soc sec, Alley Cat Trucking 27.00 garbage serv, Auto Value 10.79 parts, B’s Enterprises 2100.00 culverts & blades, Black Hills Energy 199.15 utilities, Bomgaars 766.05 supplies & tools, Central Valley Ag 689.78 fuel, CenturyLink 85.44 serv, Chemsearch 190.27 supplies, City of Wisner 614.85 utilities, Constellation New Energy 312.07 utilities, Conway’s Corner 113.22 fuel, Cooney Fertilizer 2500.00 gravel, Cornhusker Intl 175.25 repairs, CCPPD 353.47 serv, Engelhardt TV 195.00 repairs, Equipment Services 758.85 repairs, Farmers Pride 1218.67 fuel, Great Plains 161.29 utilities, Holiday Inn 199.90 lodging, Independent Salt Co. 4969.50 salt, JR Tools 331.25 tools, Kelly Supply Co. 584.26 grease, Kimball Midwest 660.81 supplies, Mainelli Wagner & Asso. 1992.50 engineering, Mark Spenner 3211.41 freight, Midwest Services 4182.78 repairs, blades, signing material, Murphy Tractor 503.05 parts, Nebr. Dept of Revenue 226.83 sales tax, NMC Exchange 198.63 parts, PowerPlan 587.51 parts, Productivity Plus 1903.20 blades, Ramada Inn 138.00 lodging, S&S Willers 343.67 gravel, Sapp Bros 4501.58 fuel & repairs, Seals & Service 33.56 parts, Marvin Siebrandt 1459.08 gravel, Skywave Wireless 42.95 serv, Smidt’s Sanitation 50.00 serv, Stalp Gravel 24,079.40 gravel, Stan Ortmeier 307.04 materials, Steiny’s Farm Repair 60.00 fuel, Stigge Machine 87.57 parts, Time Clock Deals 15.12 serv, Titan Machinery 81.51 parts, Verizon Wireless 237.47 serv, Wagner Tire 665.01 fuel, West Point Impl. 546.90 parts, West Point Light & Water 522.35 utilities, West Point Travel Plaza 1153.45 fuel, Wisner Auto Parts 23.75 tools, Wisner West 387.19 fuel, Yosten True Value 96.99 supplies, Total Road Fund $71,453.37; Harold R Jordan Memorial Library 3000.00 Dinklage Grant, West Point Schools 52,000.00 Dinklage Grant, Total Special Projects $55,000.00; Heartland Technology Solutions 109.00 records preservation, MIPS 275.70 computer support, Total Reg of Deeds Fund $384.70; Cardmember Service 1700.00 cell phone expenses, Galls LLC 365.98 body cameras, Quality Print 501.33 DVDs, Total STOP Fund $2,567.31; Ameritas Life Ins. 564.06 co share retire, F&M Bank 636.99 co share soc sec, Beemer Community Club 40.00 dues, Cardmember Service 753.50 adv & travel expenses, CenturyLink 42.96 serv, City of West Point 55.00 rental fee, Creative Xpressions 238.80 adv, Nebr Economic Dev Assn 100.00 dues, Quality Print 68.98 supplies, West Point News 134.10 adv, Total Economic Development Fund $2634.39; Ameritas Life Ins. 1340.69 co share retire, F&M Bank 1492.32 co share soc sec, AS Central Finance 448.00 teletype serv, CenturyLink 1015.11 serv, Wade Eisenhauer 58.65 mileage, Elite Computers 1701.68 equip, Great Plains Comm 68.62 serv, NESCA 75.00 dues, Quality Print 9.37 supplies, Brian Schultz 27.60 mileage, Skywave Wireless 71.95 internet serv, Andy Soll 43.70 mileage, Time Clock Deals 12.96 fees, Total E911 $6365.65.  Upon a roll call the vote resulted as follows; Mutzenberger, Meister, Sill, Ott, Wiechman, Ross and Tichota, yeas; nays none; motion carried.  

 

There being no more business, the board agreed to adjourn and reconvene on January 26 & 27, 2016 at 9:00 a.m.  The agenda kept current in the office of the county clerk and on the website (www.cumingco.com).

 

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County Clerk Chairman

 

                                                                  

 

 

 

Democrat Party Caucus

COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY CAUCUS

The Cuming County Democratic Party Caucus will be held March 5th, 2016, Read More

at 2:00 p.m. in the Cuming County Courthouse basement meeting room.  For more information about the event call Iona Michaelis at 402-372-5614.

Courthouse Holiday Schedule

Below is the 2015 holiday schedule Read More

December 24, 2015 – Courthouse closes at 12:00 p.m.  County Court & HHS Office closed all day on December 24

December 25, 2015 – Courthouse closed

December 28, 2015 – Board of Supervisors meeting (Board will meet just one day – MONDAY December 28)

December 31, 2015 – Courthouse open normal business hours – 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

January 1, 2015 – Courthouse closed

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