Notice of School Board Meeting
The Hartington-Newcastle District #8 School Board will meet in the Board Conference Room, Elementary Building, at Hartington-Newcastle Public Schools at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, December 10, 2014, in regular session. A current agenda is available at the office of the superintendent.
Notice of Special School Board Meeting Workshop
The Hartington-Newcastle Public Schools District #8 School Board will meet at the Board Conference Room, Elementary Building, at Hartington-Newcastle Public Schools at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, December 4, 2014, for a board meeting workshop. A current agenda is available at the office of the superintendent. It is anticipated that no action will be taken nor will any motions be made.
Cedar County Commission
November 12, 2014
The Cedar County Commissioners met in the Boardroom of the Cedar County Courthouse at 8:30 am and the meeting was called to order as advertised, with Jerry Wiese, David McGregor and Terry Pinkelman answering roll call. Also present County Clerk David Dowling. Chairman McGregor stated the open meetings laws are posted on the wall for public inspection.
Motion was made by Wiese and seconded by Pinkelman to approve the agenda. Motion carried with a 3 to 0 vote. Motion was made by Pinkelman and seconded by Wiese to approve the minutes from the last meeting. Motion carried with a 3 to 0 vote.
Road Supt., Carla Schmidt met to discuss road projects and presented an underground easement for district two approval. Carla stated next Tuesday mine safety refresher course will be held in annex basement from 7:30 to 10:30 and Carla stated 17 people are registered for the training. Discussion was held on a minimum maintenance road that adjacent landowners want to close the road. Commissioner Pinkelman asked Carla to do a study on the one mile of road in precinct 5 and report back at the next meeting with a recommendation on the road. Kevin Garvin was present to answer questions on road projects being looked at by FEMA on gravel lost, signs and road failures due to storms. Garvin stated FEMA will give 75 percent on approved projects and then the state will give 12.5 percent on the approved projects. Garvin stated the funds will come, however it may be months later.
Dave Sudbeck reported on a project for a 5 acre tract being used for a new house being built and that they will have a zoning meeting to approve it soon as possible.
At 10:00 bids were opened as advertised for the removal of trees and debris from 881 road and bridge clean up from storm damage in the amount of $2,500.00. As no other bids were received a motion was made by McGregor and seconded by Wiese to accept the bid from Plumbing and Electric Service. Motion carried with a 3 to 0 vote.
Mary Rose Pinkelman then met to discuss transit system operations. Discussion was held on collections and sub drivers and phone service for the system. Pinkelman asked about getting a day a week to do paper work, which will require a sub driver for that day. Board agreed to review the information presented and let her know what decision they make.
Motion was made by McGregor and seconded by Pinkelman to hire Michael Pommer to do an exit audit for the treasurer’s office as the incumbent official will be leaving and a new treasurer will be coming in January. Motion carried with a 3 to 0 vote.
With no further business or agenda items the meeting was declared adjourned and the following claims were approved for payment.
GENERAL FUND: Total Salaries 123,906.49; Aflac 1,129.44; Blue Cross-Blue Shield 44,595.94; IRS 10,884.41; Social Security, 18,553.04; First Concord Benefits Group LLC 1,582.50; Lincoln National Life Ins. Co 615.82; Mass Mutual 1,820.00; Nationwide Retirement Solutions 50.00; Nebraska Child Support Payment Center 300.00; Nebraska Dept. of Revenue 3,713.17; Retirement Plans Div. of Ameritas 13,846.08; Washington Natl. Insurance Co. 57.75; Angle, Murphy & Campbell Law 537.08; Avera Home 210.00; Bob Barker Company Inc. 60.11; Bomgaars 41.94; Carhart Lumber Co. 36.77; Cedar County Clerk of Dist. Court 595.66; Cedar County Court 51.00; Cedar County Sheriff 63.76; Cedar-Knox Public Power District 237.31; Consolitated Management Co. 394.25; Culligan Water Conditioning 41.00; D & J Variety 8.48; Eakes Office Solutions 779.37; Election Systems & Software Inc. 6,272.49; Floor Maintenance and Supply 158.75; Food Town 339.69; Kevin Garvin 207.95; Great American Leasing Corp. 77.00; Craig A. Hansen 232.96; Hartelco 2,274.35; Duane Heithold 11.76; George L. Hirschbach 708.02; Hometown Leasing 567.33; Jack’s Uniforms & Equipment 11.95; Jim Jansen 48.72; Kaiser Heating and Cooling 364.73; Kardell’s Auto 86.00; Ken’s Market 194.94; David D. Knoff 3,500.00; David Koch 260.00; Kruse True Value 184.52; Kathy Lammers 69.65; LEAF 332.04; Mail Finance 567.00; Matthew Bender & Co Inc. 810.88; MIPS Inc. 2,699.76; Mobile Binders 835.70; NACO 45.00; National Notary Association 89.00; Nebraska Public Power Dist. 2,163.11; Nebraska County Court Association 25.00; NESCA Training 15.00; Northeast Medical Imaging 538.00; Northeast Nebraska News Company 4,988.31; Peitz GMC Service Inc. 109.99; Quill Corp. 51.20; RR Donnelley 41.00; Roger Schwartz 12.00; Security Shredding Services 87.50; Signs By Tomorrow 77.04; Sioux City Winsupply 39.00; Source Gas 154.50; Springhill Suites by Marriott 455.85; Scott Stanton 151.20; State of Nebr-As Central Services 448.00; Mary lou Steffen 48.77; Jackie Steffen 645.52; Tessco Inc. 150.13; Gene Twiford 23.52; US Bank 53.24; US Cellular 320.10; Marlin Vanslyke 26.88; Verizon Wireless 5.02; Vital Care Pharmacy of Norfolk 100.00; Voyager Fleet Systems Inc. 2,046.30; Voyager Fleet Systems Inc. 274.63; Western Office 101.91; Ron Wieseler 1,300.00; Wingate by Wyndham 728.55; Winkelbauer Repair 61.28. Sally Beste 94.25; Karen Bonneau 94.25; Mary Ann Brandl 10.00; Berdine Brunssen 107.88; Lee Carl 114.25; Lisa Christensen 94.25; City of Coleridge 50.00; Kayleen Dahl 126.39; Lynnel Fiscus 97.88; Darla Frank 60.00; Harley Gowery 126.65; Deb Grube 30.00; Tom Grube 30.00; Yvonne Hansen 159.05; Joan Hartman 94.25; Kay Hefner 147.53; Shirley Heimes 94.25; Gerald Hoffart 104.25; Jeaneen Kuehn 104.25; Mary Jo Kilburn 107.88; Judy Kvols 97.88; Marlene Sellon 173.88; Mary Gay Feilmeier 104.25; Rosalee Nordhues 107.88; Rosemary Nordhues 107.88; Elizabeth Norvell 130.01; Frederick Pinkelman 141.13; Edward Pinkelman 127.21; Karma Schulte 104.25; Cherine Specht 60.00; Patricia M. Steffen 30.00; Charlene Sudbeck 60.00; Janel Sudbeck 50.00; Ann Marie Thies 97.88; VFW Club 125.00; Carol Wortmann 30.00.
ROAD FUND: Total Salaries 69,723.33; Aflac 556.27; IRS 5,635.16; Social Security 10,573.94; BCBS 28,772.86; First Concord Benefits Group LLC 100.00; Mass Mutual 20.00; Nationwide Retirement Solutions 50.00; Nebraska Dept. of Revenue 1,996.75; Retirement Plans Div. of Ameritas 7308.97; Washington Natl Insurance Co 49.40; Appeara 160.88; Avera Medical Group 150.00; B’s Enterprises Inc. 3,711.00; Backus Sand & Gravel 7,772.40; Berner’s Service 1,666.49; Bolt Bin 39.16; Bomgaars 303.37; Cedar County Auto Parts Inc. 326.39; Cedar-Knox Public Power District 164.02; Century Link 105.45; City of Laurel 66.45; Coleridge Welding Inc. 277.27; Colonial Research Chemical Corp. 170.91; Concrete Materials 5,757.34; Farmers Union Gas & Oil 8,169.83; Filter Care of Nebr. 87.50; Folkers Bros. Garage 5,473.40; Gill Hauling Inc. 15.50; Great Plains Communications Inc. 174.09; Grossenburg Implement 3,237.50; Hartelco 219.12; Hefner Oil & Feed Co. 14,934.34; Higman Sand and Gravel 17,028.70; Jerry’s Service Inc. 6,034.89; Kayton International Inc. 629.42; Kellen & Streit Inc. 5,888.80; Arnold Konken 14.00; Jerome Kuehn 11.00; Laurel Feed & Grain Co. 300.50; Laurel True Value 44.32; Leiting Auto Supply 52.58; Mainelli Wagner & Associates 7,006.53; Menfords Hardware & Farm Store 141.05; Morgan Electric & Plumbing 119.75; Murphy Tractor & Equipment 3,269.85; Nebr. Public Power Dist. 143.15; NMC Exchange LLC 5,530.50; NMC Exchange LLC 1,238.44; Northeast Glass 340.00; Northeast Nebr. Telephone Co. 66.53; Paul’s Welding 5.00; Peitz GMC Service Inc. 171.43; Pomp’s Tire Service Inc. 3,239.68; Randolph Farm Supply 3,559.97; Rath’s Mini Mart 263.38; Riverside Hydraulics Inc. 163.18; Riverview Sand and Gravel 62,109.80; S & S Willers Inc. 1,934.74; Santee Sioux Nation-Shop EZ 274.44; Schroeder Land Surveying 260.00; Source Gas 296.02; Spencer Quarries Inc. 1,134.65; St. Helena Store 96.76; Stanley Petroleum Maintenance Inc. 12.00; The Parts House Inc. 57.54; Urwiler Oil & Fertilizer 6,151.75; US Cellular 168.56; Village of Wynot 705.58; Voyager Fleet Systems Inc. 1,179.71; Wiechelman Repair, Inc. 253.48; Wingate by Wyndham 563.70; Wynot Oil Company 12,567.00.
COUNTY VISITORS PROMOTION FUND: RC & D 537.20.
CEDAR COUNTY TRANSIT FUND: B’s Enterprises Inc. 165.00; Carol Bruning 840.00; Farmers Union Gas & Oil 498.83; Folkers Bros. Garage 238.12; HartelCo 1,102.45; Karen Lammers 1,475.26; Mary Rose Pinkelman 1,759.00; Stop N Go 135.81; US Cellular 46.78.
DIVERSION PROGRAM FUND: Travis Howell 350.76.
HOMELAND SECURITY FUND: Lincoln Airport Authority 852.00.
E 911 WIRELESS FUND: Century Link 335.26; Hartelco 634.12.
ENHANCED 911 FUND: AT & T 15.52; Century Link 188.58; Eastern Nebraska Telephone 167.08; Great Plains Communications Inc. 123.72; Hartelco 556.15; Kardell’s Auto 377.85; MCI Comm. Service 31.97; Northeast Nebr. Telephone Co 377.81; Tri-State Communications Inc. 1,286.00.
Board Chairman, David McGregor
County Clerk, David Dowling
Fordyce Board of Trustees
Nov. 17, 2014
Charles Kramer called the meeting to order. Present were board members Dan Thoene, Doug Stevens, and Dave Rothluebber. Also present were Diane Limoges, Village Clerk, Jerry Pollard, Village Attorney, Clyde Flower, Gilmore & Asoc., and Ryan Loecker, Town and Country Insurance.
Dave Rothluebber made a motion to accept the minutes of the October Regualr Meeting. Doug Stevens seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Dan Thoene made a motion to acceptthe Treasurers Report. Dave Rothluebber seconded the motion. Motion carried.
The following claims were submitted for payment: Arts Garbage Service, $1121.52, Cedar County News, $42.50, Cedar Knox Public Power, $636.42, Cedar Knox rural Water, $1575.50, Colonial Research, $319.24, EMC Insurance, $8143.00, Fordyce Coop, $12.13, Great Plains Comm., $71.25, Hunhoff, Joe CPA, $1265.00, Maguire Iron, Inc. $31,253.00, menford Electric LLC., $24.01, Norton, $73.84, One Call Concepts, Inc., $1.10, Pollard, Jerry Atty., $75.00, Thoene, Dan, $31.09, TomCat Consultants, $4,925.00, Wiebelhause Service, $14.60, Diane Limoges, $574.00, and David webbed, $103.01 Dave Rothluebber made a motion to accept the claims minus the one from Dan Thoene. Doug Stevens seconded the motion. Motion Carried. Dave Rothluebber made a motion to accept the claim from Dan Thoene. Doug Stevens seconded the motion. Dan Thoene abstained. Motion carried.
Clyde Flowers of Gilmore and Associates came to confirm that the One and Six would remain about the same. He will check into possible street grants but did not feel there was much available at this time.
The Audit Waver was reviewed. Dan Thoene made a motion to accept the request of an audit waiver from the Auditor of Public accounts in lieu of having a audit performed. Doug Stevens seconded the motion. Voting members in favor included Dan Thoene, Dave Rothluebber, Doug Stevens, and Charles Kramer with no one voting against.
Dave Rothluebber made a motion to accept the building permit submitted by Kurt Potts. Doug Stevens seconded the motion. Motion carried.
The CDs 100013140 and 10003141 did not get changed to 1 year but rolled over the another six months. Dave Rothluebber made a motion to cash these CDs in and then put them along with #100013157, which is due for renewal, all into 4 years CDs. Dan Thoene seconded the motion. Motion carried.
Ryan Loecker went over the Insurance Policy with the board. As we no longer rent any equipment that will be removed from the policy. The rest of the policy will stay as is. Charles Kramer was voted in for another 4 year term. Doug Stevens who received 9 write-in votes has agreed to stay for another term. Dave Rothluebber who received 7 write-in votes has declined and will be stepping down from the board. Roger Becker who also received 7 write-in votes will be contacted to see if he will take the position being vacated.
Dave Rothluebber made a motion to adjourn. Doug Stevens seconded the motion. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 8:10 p.m.
Diane Limoges/Village Clerk
Hartington-Newcastle Public Schools
November 17, 2014
Motion by Jueden, seconded by Miller, for the Board of Education to legally convene for the regular November 17, 2014 board meeting at 6:30 p.m. Members present: Jason Dendinger, Brenda Steiner, Dale Blatchford, Bryan Gotch, Gerri Jueden, Doug Miller, and Dana Rosener. Absent: Colin Kathol and Ron Pearson. Others present: Supt. Anderson, High School Principal Johnson, Elementary Principal Edwards, Business Manager Tina Opfer. Carried: 7-0-2 absent.
Notice of meeting was given by publication in the Cedar County News on November 12, 2014, and the Board of Education acknowledged by receipt and agenda. Publication and notice indicated the meeting place, date and time.
President Dendinger called the regular November 17 Board Meeting to order at
President Dendinger informed all present of the Open Meetings Law and pointed out the copy of the Open Meetings Law Chapter 84 Article 14 poster on the Board Room wall.
Motion by Miller, seconded by Jueden, to approve the consent agenda that includes items #2 October 20 , 2014, board meeting minutes, #3 Report on School Finances, #4 Approval of Bills (including those covered by the provisions of LB 734), and #5 Recognition of Visitors. Members voting aye: Jueden, Blatchford, Rosener, Gotch, Steiner, Miller, Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Absent: Kathol and Pearson. Carried: 7-0-2 absent.
AdvancED, $170.00 ; ALICAP, $26,257.00 ; Amsan, $1,706.92 ; Doyle Anderson, $90.00 ; Randy Anderson, $16.00 ; Appeara, $623.94 ; he Armory, $600.00 ; BMI Educational Services, Inc., $46.93 ; Bomgaars, $102.60 ; Burnell’s Foodtown, Inc, $290.31 ; Butch’s Propane, Inc., $304.29 ; Carhart Lumber Co., $32.56 ; Chase Pest Service, $35.00 ; Roy Creekmore, $8.50 ; dmentum, $269.00 ; SU #1, $82,241.91 ; SU #8, $754.49 ; armers Union Co-op Gas & Oil, $1,616.81 ; loral Designs, $83.00 ; olkers Brothers Garage Inc, $149.80 ; ollett School Solutions, Inc, $1,548.40 ; Roxanne Garcia, $137.96 ; Gill Hauling, Inc., $118.00 ; Jessica Gotch, $19.24 ; Harris School Solutions, $3,614.12 ; Hartelco, $248.21 ; Holiday Inn Express, $449.85 ; HPS Activity Fund, $2,483.07 ; rlen Institute, $47.45 ; Jerrys Service, $1,412.51 ; JJ Benji, $47.00 ; Kaiser Heating & Cooling, $2,216.65 ; Keith’s Package Liquor, $932.23 ; Rachel Kneifl, $476.00 ; Kully Supply, $652.62 ; Marron Service, $1,364.56 ; Matheson Trigas, $66.52 ; McGraw-Hill Education, $422.88 ; Menards-Yankton, $136.61 ; Mike’s Band Instrument Repair, $710.00 ; Mollet Music, $162.00 ; Music Is Elementary, $76.80 ; Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, $18.00 ; Nebraska Journal Leader, $32.95 ; Nebraska Safety Center @ UNK, $150.00 ; NE DOL/Boiler Inspection Program, $30.50 ; Nebraska Link, $1,897.63 ; Northeast Nebraska News Company, $121.18 ; Northeast Nebraska Telephone Company, $271.27 ; Northeast Nebraska Public Power District, $1,283.00 ; Network & Computing Solutions, $2,475.00 ; Norfolk Daily News, $125.00 ; NPPD, $4,891.73 ; Olson’s Pest Technicians, $80.00 ; One More Story, Inc, $44.99 ; Oriental Trading Co., Inc., $55.17 ; Outdoor Life, $11.97 ; Payflex, $128.70 ; Pearson Motor Co, $128.88 ; Peitz GMC, $1,720.22 ; R & B Landtiling & Construction, $85.00 ; Really Good Stuff Inc, $235.38 ; SOCS, $475.00 ; Sourcegas, $536.79 ; Therapro, Inc., $73.95 ; Tri-State Communications, Inc., $724.50 ; U.S. Cellular, $8.62 ; Sharon Van Cleave, $23.52 ; Walmart Community/RFCSLLC, $62.14 ; Kevin Whelchel, $13.28 ; Beth Wood, $18.50 ; Wynot Public Schools, $2,027.77
Colin Kathol and Ron Pearson arrived.
Motion by Gotch, seconded by Blatchford, to close the Newcastle banking accounts as of December 15th. Members voting aye: Kathol, Pearson, Blatchford, Jueden, Rosener, Miller, Gotch, Steiner, Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Carried: 9-0.
Next meeting Wednesday, December 10th at 6:30 p.m.
Motion by Jueden, seconded by Miller, to adjourn at 7:05 p.m. Members voting aye: Jueden, Kathol, Pearson, Blatchford, Rosener, Gotch, Miller, Steiner, Dendinger. Members voting nay: none. Carried: 9-0.
Brenda Steiner, Secretary
WYNOT PUBLIC SCHOOLS, DISTRICT 14-0101
BOARD OF EDUCATION MINUTES
November 12, 2014
A regular meeting of the Board of Education, Wynot Public Schools, Dist. 101, was called to order by the President, Neal Hochstein, on November 12, 2014 at 7:05 p.m. The public was advised a copy of the Open Meetings Act was available on the table in the Board Room at Wynot Public Schools and that the meeting was properly posted at the following places; Cedar Security Bank lobby in Wynot, Wynot Public School front entrance, and United State Post Office in Wynot. The meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call showed the following board members present: Neal Hochstein, Dean Heine, Laurie Schulte, Alison Lange, Kenny Wieseler and Danny Wieseler . Also present were Superintendent Jeffrey Messersmith and Business Manager Nancy Sydow.
Motion by L. Schulte and seconded by D. Heine to certify the meeting was properly advertised and adopt the agenda. MCU 6-0
Tristan Wieseler and Ian Folkers presented two options for the Board to consider for the Senior Class Trip.
Jim Berg from BHV Architects spent time getting to know the Wynot Board of Education and Community.
Mr. Messersmith presented the Superintendent’s Report and the Principal’s Report. There were no Board Committee reports.
Motion by D. Wieseler and seconded by K. Wieseler to approve the Consent Agenda, items including minutes of the October 15, 2014 regular school board meeting; the Treasurer’s Report; the General Fund bills in the amount of $186,609.39 which includes payroll, the School Food Fund bills in the amount of $13,130.07 which includes payroll, the Depreciation Fund in the amount of $2,509.89 and the PettyCash Fund in the amount of $71.08. MCU 6-0
GENERAL FUND: Airgas $33.40; Allen School $54.50; AmSan $698.37; Appeara $52.00; S. Arkfield $70.00; Art Kathol Appliance $308.74; Butch’s Propane $506.68; CCNews $402.70; Chase $1,622.19; CKPPD $1,860.01; ESU #8 $411.54; ESU #1 $14,605.21; J. Freeman $70.62; Gerald Asplin Piano $490.00; Great Plains $2,958.98; J. Higgins $20.00;
A. Hochstein $20.00; Josten’s $275.36; Know Buddy Resources $265.00; Kruse Hardware $16.99; Leaf $246.00; MARCO $2,064.49; Menford Hardware $67.08; J. Messersmith $254.25; MidAmerican Books $598.31; Mollet Music $149.00; NASB $859.00; Olsen Pest Control $62.75; Oriental Trading $267.49; PayFlex $612.50; Pearson Motor $523.24; Peitz GMC $1,039.11; Quill $144.62; Stop-N-Go $40.01; N. Sydow $169.50; TriState Windshield $150.00; Village of Wynot $337.54; Richard Vondrak $300.00; Wal-mart $40.97; WPS-General Fund $55.00; WPS-PettyCash $71.08; WPS-School Food $166.90; Wynot Oil $4,552.68; DEPRECIATION FUND: Cedar Security Bank $716.56; DSFS, USA LLC. $1,793.33. PettyCash: Wal-mart $22.82; Scholastic $48.26
Motion by D. Heine and seconded by D. Wieseler to move to executive session for the protection of public interest/ and or prevention of needless injury to the reputation of an individual. The Board discussed personnel issues.
Executive Session Began @ 8:50 p.m.
Executive Session ended @ 8:58 p.m.
Agenda items discussed with no official action taken were:
Negotiation and Insurance Rates
2nd Semester Staffing/Hiring Options
AYP Results-PLAS List WPS Middle School
Motion by D. Heine and seconded by A. Lange to approve the 2013-14 Multicultural Report MCU 6-0
Motion by L. Schulte and seconded by D. Wieseler to approve the 2014-15 District Technology Plan. MCU 6-0
No action taken: Approve the 2014-15 District Safety Plan.
Motion by K. Wieseler and seconded by A. Lange to approve Dean Heine as signee for staff contracts were we have a conflict. MCU 6-0
Motion by D. Wieseler and seconded by L. Schulte to approve the Senior Class Trip for one night. MCU 6-0
Motion by K. Wieseler and seconded by D. Heine to approve CO-OPing Junior High Football with Hartington Public School. MCU 6-0
President, Neal Hochstein, adjourned the meeting at 9:08 p.m.
The next regular board meeting has been set for December 15, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
Kenny Wieseler, Secretary
LEWIS & CLARK NRD
Auto: Capital One, 100.38; Stop N Go, $336.28; Farmers Union, 166.09. DUES: SWCS, $100.00. Employee Benefits: NARD, $11,974.85 & $13158.95; Nationwide, $1495.13 & $1469.86; Mid Am Bnfts, $516.50. Information & Educ: EB Rentals, $250.00; Legacy, $190.73; NARD, $80.00; Rixstine, $119.33. Office Supplies & Postage: Capital 1, 136.00; Kruse, $19.78; Food Town, $15.21; Harold’s $25.97; Western Office, $439.73. FHP, $379.60; Professional Fees: Dana F Cole, $5985.00. NRD Cost Share: Don Reifenrath, $1250.00. Project Costs: Bomgaars, $382.66; HACH, $56.29; UNL, $603.83; Midwest Labs, $199.76; Peitz GMC, $11.14; Ward Labs, $75.07 & $85.80; Lincoln Winpump, $143.47 & $16156.06. SWAP: Gerald Stanley, $300.00 . Legal Notice: Monitor, $7.61; Cedar Co News, $5.00; Journal, $3.93. Taxes: IRS, $2179.66, $2622.46, $593.60 & $417.16; NDR, $659.46. Utilities: Hartelco, $124.44; Cedar Knox RWP, $45.00; NPPD, $117.91 & $116.84; US Cellular, $73.73. Building Main: D&D Lawn Care, 116.00; MaryLou Steffen, $69.82 & $69.81. Salaries & Personnel: NARD, $128.50; Capital 1, $314.32; Tom Moser, $2060.12, $7.57 & $2060.13; Annette Sudbeck, $1087.99 & $1064.20; Amanda Schweers, $729.59 & $729.59; Diane Wieseler, $859.39 & $859.39; Jeanne Koenig, $806.80 & $806.80; Marilyn Schumacher, $1275.99, $34.16 & $1176.01; Myles Lammers, $948.77 & $825.41.
In the County Court of Cedar County, Nebraska
In the Matter of the estate of Dorothy M. Kremer, Deceased
Notice No. PR 14-38
Notice is hereby given that on Nov. 7, 2014, in the County Court of Cedar County, Nebraska, the Registrar issued a written statement of Informal Probate of the Will of said Decedent and that Patricia Van Slyke, whose address is 302 W. Lorge St., PO Box 153, Randolph, NE 68771, was informally appointed by the Registrar as Personal Representative of the Estate
Creditors of this Estate must file their claims with this Court on or before January 12, 2015, or be forever barred.
Diane L. Sudbeck
Clerk of the County Court
PO Box 695
Hartington, NE 68739
Steven L. Pier #23054
Kennedy Pier Knoff Loftus, LLP
410 N Broadway-PO Box 867
Hartington, NE 68739-0867
NOTICE OF ORGANIZATION
Notice of Organization of Solutions For Real Estate LLC.
Registered office: 502 W. Hoese Street, Hartington, NE 68739
General nature of the business to be transacted is to engage in any and all lawful business for which a limited liability company may be organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska.
Time of commencement and termination: September 30, 2014, and has a perpetual existence.
The name and mailing address of the Registered Agent of the Company is Allen Smith, 502 W. Hoese Street, Hartington, NE 68739
In the Court of Cedar County, Nebraska
Estate of Clifford F. Gubbels, Deceased
Estate No. PR 14-40
Notice is hereby given that on November 20, 2014, in the County Court of Cedar County, Nebraska, the Registrar issued a written statement of Informal Probate of the Will of said Decedent and that Elizabeth A. Hoile, whose address is 88676 564 Avenue, Hartington, NE 68739, was informally appointed by the Registrar as Personal Representative of the Estate.
Creditors of this Estate must file their claims with this Court on or before January 26, 2015, or be forever barred.
Diane L. Sudbeck
Clerk of the County Court
P.O. Box 695
Hartington, NE 68739
Brogan Gray, P.C., L.L.O.
Attorneys at Law
110 N. 16th Street, Suite 22
Norfolk, NE 68701
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