MARCH 30, 2021 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Boards of Commissioner Meetings are held each Tuesday morning in the Seward County Courthouse at 9:00 a.m., except for the first Tuesday of …


MARCH 30, 2021 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Boards of Commissioner Meetings are held each Tuesday morning in the Seward County Courthouse at 9:00 a.m., except for the first Tuesday of each month when meetings will be held at 8:30 a.m. Notice of each meeting is posted on the Courthouse bulletin board and on the Commissioner’s room door. The agenda for all meetings is kept continually current and is available for public inspection at the County Clerk’s Office during normal business hours. The agenda is held open until one business day prior to the meeting for appearance before the Board. The Board has the right to modify the agenda to include items of an emergency nature only at such public meeting. CLAIMS ALLOWED APRIL 27, 2021 The Seward County Board of Commissioners convened on March 30, 2021, at 9:00 a.m. Present: Chairperson: John Culver Members: Misty Ahmic, Bob Vrbka, Ken Schmieding, Darrell Zabrocki County Clerk: Sherry Schweitzer Approved the minutes of March 23, 2021. Approved Seward County Claims through March 19, 2021. Andrew Matney, 911 Director, gave an update of his office. Commissioners gave an update of their activities. Approved contract with AJ Buresh of Express Lawn Care for the mowing of abandoned cemeteries. Approved proclamation for the NACO Executive Director. Approved Conditional Use Permit for a television communications tower in K precinct. Approved sending the Admin Replat for Kortmeyer Addition back to the Planning and Zoning Commission. Agenda item for short form plat to create Tannahill Addition in J precinct was tabled due to lack of information. Dale Niemann, Seward County landowner, was present to discuss concerns with access to 392nd and Old Mill Road in regard to the TransCanada Pipeline Project. Approved request to deposit funds from the sale of Road Dept. surplus property into the Special Road Fund. Approved paint colors for the painting of the courthouse dome and clock tower. Accepted the resignation of Seward County Public Defender, Nicole Tegtmeier. Approved Seward County public Transit Director to apply for Public Transportation Operating Assistance for Fiscal Years 2021-2023. Approved Chairman to sign letter of support for grant application to the NPPD Site Ready Assistance Program as presented by Jonathan Jank, Executive Director of the Seward County Chamber and Development Partnership. Adopted the agenda for April 6, 2021, and adjourned at 11:12 a.m. Sherry Schweitzer County Clerk SEWARD COUNTY CLAIMS THROUGH MARCH 19, 2021 ADVANCED OFFICE AUTOM, SU, $281.68; AMERITAS LIFE INS, FE, $17,406.96; BLACK DIAMOND AUTO DETL, SE, $190.00; CAPITAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS, SU, $25.00; CATTLE BANK & TRUST, SE, $36.50; COAST TO COAST COMP PROD, SU, $94.99; GREGORY C. DAMMAN, SE, $1,387.00; DELL MARKETING L P, SE, $2,011.64; DOUGLAS CO SHERIFF OFFICE, SE, $34.12; EAKES OFFICE PLUS, SU, $1,719.19; EQUIFAX WORKFORCE, SE, $168.60; FARMERS COOPERATIVE, SU, $8,322.70; FASTENAL COMPANY, SU, $185.45; GREAT PLAINS COMM, UT, $1,533.95; HOMETOWN LEASING, SE, $74.35; INDOFF INC, SU, $2,825.62; JONES BANK (FICA), FE, $15,983.72; KONICA MINOLTA PREM FIN, SE, $131.48; LOWER PLATTE WEED MGT, FE, $200.00; MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, SE, $145.00; MID-AMERICAN INS GROUP, FE, $36,632.37; MIDWEST DOOR, SE, $396.00; MIDWEST SPECIAL SERVICES, SE, $1,735.50; NE ASSN OF CO OFFICIALS, FE, $2,480.00; NEBRASKA ASSOC CO TREASURERS, FE, $100.00; NE HEALTH & HUMAN SERV, SE, $84.00; NEBR PUB HLTH ENVIR LAB, SE, $105.00; NE WEED CONTROL ASSN, FE, $210.00; OFFICE DEPOT, SU, $232.03; OREILLY AUTOMOTIVE, SU, $422.44; OWENS EDUCATIONAL SERV, SE, $180.00; PAC N SAVE, SU, $324.28; PETTY CASH FUND, FE, $31.00; PHYSICIANS LAB SERV, SE, $4,100.00; QUADIENT FINANCE USA, SU, $44.14; QUADIENT LEASING USA, FE, $86.98; REDWOOD TOX LAB, SE, $219.50; SEWARD CO HLTH CLM FND, FE, $195,082.76; SEWARD CO INDEPENDENT, SE, $163.16; SEWARD CO ROAD FND, FE, $389,763.00; SEWARD CO SHERIFF'S DEPT, SE, $18.50; SOARIN GROUP, LLC, SE, $409.97; ST OF NE DAS STATE ACCT, SE, $582.28; SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE, SU, $4,390.36; THOMSON REUTERS-WEST, SE, $317.81; TIME WARNER CABLE, UT, $357.97; UPS, SE, $1.64; VERIZON CONNECT NWF, SE, $834.69; VERIZON WIRELESS SERV, SE, $1,175.03; VIRTUAL IMPRESSIONS, SE, $20.00; VISA, FE, $3,661.37; WINDSTREAM, UT, $4,878.97; WYTHERS LAW, SE, $931.00; 3RD MILLENNIUM CLASS, FE, $60.00; DALE JOHNSON ENT, SE, $2,105.87; GENERAL FIRE & SAFETY, SU, $116.25; GWORKS, SE, $1,260.00; J R WELDING INC, SE, $147.32; MATHESON TRI-GAS, SE, $445.76; MEDICAL ENTERPRISES, SU, $5.00; NE EQUIPMENT INC, SU, $47.76; NEWMAN SIGNS, SE, $976.06; SACK LUMBER, SU, $25.00; SAPP BROS PETROLEUM, SU, $18,210.20; VILLAGE OF GARLAND, FE, $50.61; FLAGSHIP PUBLISHING, SE, $1,200.00; VANGUARD APPRAISALS, SE, $155.00; DELTA DENTAL OF NEBR, FE, $29.97; US POST OFFICE, SU, $88.00; FIRST WIRELESS, INC, UT, $892.50; CULLIGAN, SE, $46.50; JONES AUTOMOTIVE, SE, $3,195.87; PACESETTER K9 LLC, FE, $450.00; SHINETECH SOFTWARE, SU, $2,112.00; WESTERN OIL II LLC, SU, $913.81; 911 CUSTOM, FE, $462.70; MILFORD AGING SERV, SE, $1,809.45; SEWARD AGING SERV, SE, $838.96; APCO INTERNATIONAL, SE, $345.00; BLACK HILLS ENERGY, UT, $30.81; NORRIS PUB POW DIST, UT, $277.52; ST OF NE DAS COMMUN, SE, $704.00; ENCARTELE INC, SE, $2,726.43 SALARIES: $254,307.29 GROSS SALARIES INCLUDE DEDUCTIONS TO: COLONIAL SUPPLEMENTAL INSURANCE; MID AMERICAN CO WISCONSIN; DELTA DENTAL OF NEBR; VSP VISION; WADDELL & REED SCI/MT — April 07, 2021


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