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A regular meeting of the Mayor and the City Council of O'Neill was held at the City Hall in said City on the 7th day of November, 2022 at 6:30 P.M.

Present: City Attorney Boyd Strope, City Clerk/Treasurer Sarah Sidak, Council President Don Baker and Council members; Susie Kramer, Tim Schneider, Kayla Burdick, Terri Krysl, Quana Wheeler, Beth Walsh and Tim Gleason. Absent: Mayor Scott Menish.     

Notice of this meeting was given in advance thereof according to Section 84-1408 of the Revised Statutes of Nebraska. Notice of the meeting was given to the Mayor and all members of the Council and a copy of the acknowledgement of receipt of notice and the agenda is attached to the minutes. Availability of the agenda was communicated in the advance notice. All proceedings hereafter shown were taken while convened meeting was open to the attendance of the public.

The meeting was called to order by Council President Don Baker. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Council President Baker informed the public of the location of the Open Meetings Act poster.

Moved by Krysl, second by Kramer to waive the readings of the minutes of the October 3rd meeting and approve them as if read. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

City Attorney Strope read the second reading of Ordinance No. 1414 by title and number.



ORDINANCE NO. 1414

OF THE

CITY OF O'NEILL, 

NEBRASKA

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF O'NEILL, NEBRASKA, AMENDING MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 6-110;  WATER RATES; REPEALING PRIOR ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF O'NEILL, NEBRASKA, that:

Sec. 1.  Section 6-110 of the O'Neill Municipal Code be amended to read as follows:

"SECTION 6-110: WATER RATES

A. All water customers shall be liable for the basic service rate and value charge provided by ordinance unless and until the consumer shall, by written order, direct the Water Commissioner to shut off the water at the curb valve box, in which case he/she shall not be liable thereafter for water rates until the water is turned on again. The water service rates as adopted by ordinance of the Governing Body are as follows:

Basic Service Rate

Water Meter Size — 2021 - 2022 - 2023 - 2024 - 2025   

1.0" or less — $22.00 - $23.00   - $24.00 - $25.00 - $26.00

1.5" — $44.00 - $46.00 - $48.00   - $50.00 - $52.00

2.0" — $88.00 - $92.00 - $96.00   - $100.00 - $104.00

3.0" — $176.00 - $184.00 - $192.00 - $200.00 - $208.00

4.0" — $352.00 - $368.00 - $384.00 - $400.00 - $416.00 

ADDITIONAL WATER USAGE 

    PER 1,000 GALLONS — $1.40    - $1.50 - $1.60 - $1.70 - $1.80

B.  Customers of bulk sales which includes water drawn from fire hydrants shall pay $175.00 per job plus usage at $0.50 per 100 gallons with a minimum usage charge of 200 gallons. 

C. Fees for required services are as follows:

— 2021 - 2022 - 2023 - 2024 - 2025   

Backflow Test — $50.00 - $53.00   - $55.00 - $58.00 - $61.00

Backflow Cleaning (does not include price of parts) — $50.00 - $53.00 - $55.00 - $58.00 - $61.00

Tapping Fee (0.75”/1.0”) — $100.00 - $105.00 - $111.00 - $117.00 - $123.00

Tapping Fee (1.5”/2.0”) — $150.00 - $158.00 - $166.00 - $175.00  - $184.00

Curb Valve and Box replacement parts — $800.00 - $842.00 - $886.00  - $933.00 - $982.00

Water/Sewer Inspection — $40.00   - $42.00 - $44.00 - $47.00 - $49.00

Septage/ 500 gallons — $8.00    - $8.50 - $8.90 - $9.00 - $10.00

Late Fee 8 am - 5 pm — $50.00   - $53.00 - $55.00 - $58.00 - $61.00

Late Fee after 5:00 P.M. Weekends or Holidays) — $100.00 - $105.00  - $111.00 - $117.00 - $123.00

Water Sampling — $100.00 - $105.00 - $111.00 - $117.00 - $123.00

Sec. 6. That all prior ordinances in conflict herewith are repealed.

Sec. 7. That this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval, and publication as required by law.

PASSED AND APPROVED this      7th day of November, 2022.

-ss - SCOTT MENISH, MAYOR

ATTEST: (SEAL)

-ss- SARAH SIDAK, 

CITY CLERK



Moved by Wheeler, second by Gleason to approve advertising for the 2023 Sewer Lining Project. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Wheeler, second by Schneider to approve raising the Community Center rates to the following:  Four Day Wedding package - $700.00, Room A - $40.00, Room B - $40.00, Room C - $60.00, Large Room with Room C - $300.00, Kitchen - $75.00, Deposit - $500.00. The new rates will go in to affect January 1, 2023.  Roll call vote as follows: Aye; Krysl, Wheeler, Kramer, Schneider, Baker, Gleason and Walsh. Nay: Burdick. Motion carried.

City Attorney Strope informed the Council that he received a letter from the Nebraska Game and Parks concerning the Depot. It stated that they are waiting for approval from the United States Surface Transportation Board before they can proceed with the transfer.

City Attorney Strope read the second reading of Ordinance No. 1413 by title and number.



ORDINANCE NO. 1413  

OF THE 

CITY OF O'NEILL, 

NEBRASKA

AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE BY THE CITY OF O'NEILL, NEBRASKA OF ITS GENERAL OBLIGATION HIGHWAY ALLOCATION 

FUND PLEDGE BONDS, SERIES 2022, IN ONE OR MORE SERIES IN AN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED ONE MILLION DOLLARS ($1,000,000) TO PAY THE COSTS OF CONSTRUCTING AND IMPROVING CERTAIN STREETS AND RELATED IMPROVEMENTS OF THE CITY; AUTHORIZING CERTAIN OFFICIALS TO DETERMINE THE FINAL AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT, MATURITIES, RATES, REDEMPTION PROVISIONS, AND OTHER TERMS AND DETAILS OF SUCH BONDS; PLEDGING FUNDS RECEIVED FROM THE NEBRASKA HIGHWAY ALLOCATION FUND AND PROVIDING FOR THE LEVY AND COLLECTION OF AN ANNUAL TAX FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING THE PRINCIPAL OF, PREMIUM, IF ANY, AND INTEREST ON THE BONDS; DESIGNATING THE BONDS AS QUALIFIED TAX-EXEMPT OBLIGATIONS; ADOPTING CERTAIN POST-ISSUANCE TAX COMPLIANCE AND DISCLOSURE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES WITH RESPECT TO THE BONDS; AND AUTHORIZING CERTAIN OTHER DOCUMENTS AND ACTIONS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH.



Council member Walsh introduced Resolution No. 22-10, which is on file with the City Clerk.



RESOLUTION NO. 22-10

OF THE 

CITY OF O'NEILL

Whereas: State of Nebraska Statutes, sections 39-2302, and 39-2511 through 39-2515 details the requirements that must be met in order for a municipality to qualify for an annual Incentive Payment; and

Whereas: The State of Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) requires that each incorporated municipality must annually certify (by December 31st of each year) the appointment of the City Street Superintendent to the NDOT using the Year-End Certification of City Street Superintendent; and

Whereas: The NDOT requires that such certification shall also include a copy of the documentation of the city street superintendents appointment, i.e., meeting minutes; showing the appointment of the City Street Superintendent by their name as it appears on their License (if applicable), their License Number and Class of License (if applicable), and type of appointment, i.e., employed, contract (consultant, or interlocal agreement with another incorporated municipality and/or county), and the beginning date of the appointment; and

Whereas: The NDOT also requires that such Year-End Certification of City Street Superintendent shall be signed by the Mayor or Village Board Chairperson and shall include a copy a resolution of the governing body authorizing the signing of the Year-End Certification of City Street Superintendent by the Mayor or Village Board Chairperson.

Be it resolved that the Mayor of O'Neill is hereby authorized to sign the attached Year-End Certification of City Street Superintendent.

Adopted this 7th day of November, 2022 at O'Neill, Nebraska.

-ss- DON BAKER, 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT


ATTEST:

(SEAL)

-ss- SARAH SIDAK, 

CITY CLERK/TREASURER


Second by Wheeler to adopt Resolution 22-10. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Schneider, second by Gleason to approve loan application 08-LB840-22 for new facility construction in the amount of $150,000.00; PIP-LB840-135 in the amount of $10,000.00 for parking lot paving; PIP-LB840-136 in the amount of $3,750.00 for painting of the exterior of building; PIP-LB840-137 in the amount of $6,062.50 for new doors; PIP-LB840-138 in the amount of $5,166.50 for new windows and doors; PIP-LB840-139 in the amount of $3,670.60 for exterior renovations.Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Gleason, second by Krysl to approve purchasing a street sweeper through Sourcewell after Boyd looks over the purchasing contract. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Wheeler, second by Kramer to approve the renewal agreement with Olsson & Associates for professional services. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Schneider, second by Kramer to approve the Treasurer's Report. Roll call vote as follows: Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Walsh, second by Gleason to approve the bill submitted at this meeting by Scott Menish. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Krysl, second by Walsh to approve the bill submitted at this meeting by O'Neill Lumber. Roll call vote as follows: Aye; Krysl, Wheeler, Kramer, Burdick, Baker, Gleason and Walsh. Nay: None. Abstain: Schneider. Motion carried.

Moved by Gleason, second by Walsh to approve the remaining bills. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.



ALL FUNDS

Payroll, salary 152,050.05 FED & FICA, tax 52,405.87

American Family, ins 1,660.56 Benefit Plans, fee 667.50

Black Hills Energy, util 496.90 BlueCrossBlueShield, ins 48,362.43

Bomgaars, su 2,247.42 Colonial life, ins 563.10

Guardian, ins 1,762.12 John Hancock, pension 12,227.25

NE Dept. of Revenue, tax 5,452.14 NPPD, util 20,532.67

NT&T, phone 859.72 Quadient Leasing, su 957.27

Ranchland Auto, su 765.22 Reiser Ins, ins 229,879.00

Unum, ins 226.99 Verizon, phone 802.99

Wex Bank, fuel 8,245.79 GENERAL FUND

Agronomy Solutions, su 215.00 Alder Plumbing, ser 909.00

Appeara, su 475.75 Arrow Seed, su 470.74

Boyd-Holt 911, fees 158,355.00 Breiner Welding, su 12.55

Carhart Lumber, su 35.93 Century Link, phone 56.81

Contingent Fund, su 327.70 DB Trailer Sales, su 11,700.00

Dearborn Life, ins 96.32 Ecolab Pest Elim Div, su 75.00

Emme Sand & Gravel, su 573.24 Fire Protection, fees 250.00

Floor Maintenance, su 235.84 GreatAmerica Finance, ser 218.25

GWorks, su 219.19 Hammerlun Monument, ser 25.00

Hollman Media, ser 39.90

HCED, fees 25,413.00

Holt Co Independent, ad 365.44 Island Supply Welding, su 131.65

KBRX, ad 30.00 LB840 Fund, pmt 33,671.50

Scott Menish, ser 100.00 NE Irrigation, su 3,114.48

NECC, school 1,341.00

Ogden's, su 378.86

Olsson, fees 1,197.75 O'Neill Pest Control, ser 120.00

One Office, su 1,099.53 Precision IT, su 770.00

Dori Rich, clean 885.00 Rural Fire, pmt 48,453.63

Schaecher Elec, ser 412.25 Security Shredding, ser 35.00

SiteOne Landscape, su 67.22 Anne Sitz, re 50.00

Strope Law, fees 1,209.00 Tax Commissioner, tax 90.86

Wettlaufer Landscapes, su 434.97 POLICE FUND

A&J Tire, ser 283.97 Carhart Lumber, su 18.50

Century Link, phone 63.58 Jackolyn Collier, clean, su 200.00

Contingent Fund, su 164.59 Detectachem, su 89.08

Holt Co Independent, ad 18.24 Jack's Uniforms, su 191.88

Netcom, su 10.00 Ogden's, su 129.27

O'Neill Car Wash, ser 46.60 One Office, su 100.46

O'Neill Shopper, ad 49.00 O'Reilly, su 47.49

Pinnacle Bank, su 33.90 Public Safety Center, su 90.41

Quill Corp, su 237.49 Security Shredding, ser 105.00

Special T's & More, ser 20.00 Strope Law, fees 357.00

Town & Country, ser 96.80 STREET FUND

Appeara, su 309.09 Breiner Welding, su 347.91

BX Civil & Const., pmt 656,873.15 Carhart, su 159.33

Carroll Const., su 2,153.06 Cole Redimix, su *

Connot Tire, ser 23.95 Contingent Fund, su 52.05

Grainger, su 62.12 Hendricks Small Motor, ser 79.00

Holt Co Independent, ad 17.55 Holz Lumber, su 1,086.86

K&K Welding, su 136.32 Logan Contractors, su 988.63

Midwest Srvc & Sales, su 2,462.40 Neenah Foundry Co, su 1,049.53

Netcom, su 304.00 Ogden's, su 108.94

Olsson, fees 6,711.21 O'Neill Auto, su 162.86

O'Neill Lumber, su 23.90 One Office, su 72.34

RSR Electrical, su 1,402.44 Strope Law, fees 364.00

Team Lab, su 486.72 Wm Krotter, su 18,500.00

SEWER FUND

Alder Plumbing, ser 89.95 Jason Baker, pmt 200.00

Blackburn Mfg., su 388.50 Colonial Research, su 13,822.00

Fastenal, su 17.82 Grainger, su 397.40

Hach, su 725.50 Hutcheson Engin., su 697.95

K&K Welding, su 869.80 Midwest Labs, ser 251.50

Municipal Supply, su 198.40 Ogden's, su 15.99

One Call, ser 92.30 O'Neill Electric, su 144.35

Pinnacle Bank, su 6.69 Quadient Finance, postage 500.00

Stadium Sports, su 48.00 Strope Law, fees 112.00

Tax Commissioner, tax 4,030.76 Torpin's, su 9.87

WATER FUND

Badger Meter, ser 78.05 Jason Baker, pmt 200.00

Blackburn Mfg., su 388.50 Carhart, su 13.97

City Utility Deposit, re 1,470.00 Contingent Fund, su 142.31

Fastenal, su 17.82 Fedex, ser 147.56

Metering & Tech., su 11,474.48 NE HHS, fees 2,121.78

NE Public Health, tests 166.00 NE Support, pmt 545.52

NE Water Resources, fees 105.00 Niobrara Valley, util 196.54

Ogden's, su 71.96 Olsson, fees 8,913.21

One Call, ser 92.30 Pinnacle Bank, su 6.69

Quadient Finance, postage 500.00 Rutjens, pmt 22,528.17

Strope Law, fees 280.00 Tax Commissioner, tax 3,050.06

Torpin's, su 10.54 USA Blue Book, su 58.55

SOLID WASTE FUND

Accounts Management, pmt 125.07 Butler Co. Landfill, fee 42,309.20

Holt Co Independent, ad 27.50 Linweld, su 73.53

Niobrara Valley, util 612.73 NMC, su 441.75

Olsson, fees 1,803.72 One Office, su 173.27

Dori Rich, clean 300.00 Schindler Elec, ser 570.00

LB840

KBRX, ad 30.00 DEBT SERVICE

BOKF, PMT 240,976.25 TIM GLEASON, WARD IV

BETH WALSH, WARD IV



Moved by Schneider, second by Wheeler to adjourn. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

The meeting adjourned at 7:00 P.M.

-ss- DON BAKER, 

COUNCIL PRESIDENT

ATTEST:

(SEAL)

-ss- SARAH SIDAK, 

CITY CLERK/TREASURER



Published November 17, 2022      46

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                                                                                            2021    2022   2023   2024    2025   

Backflow Test

$50.00  $53.00  $55.00 $58.00  $61.00

Backflow Cleaning (does not include price of parts)

$50.00  $53.00  $55.00 $58.00  $61.00

Tapping Fee (0.75"/1.0")

$100.00 $105.00 $111.00 $117.00 $123.00

Tapping Fee (1.5"/2.0")

$150.00 $158.00 $166.00 $175.00 $184.00

Curb Valve and Box replacement parts

$800.00 $842.00 $886.00 $933.00 $982.00

Water/Sewer Inspection

$40.00  $42.00  $44.00  $47.00  $49.00

Septage/ 500 gallons   

$8.00   $8.50   $8.90   $9.00   $10.00

Late Fee 8 am - 5 pm    

$50.00  $53.00  $55.00  $58.00  $61.00

Late Fee after 5:00 P.M. Weekends or Holidays)

$100.00 $105.00 $111.00 $117.00 $123.00

Water Sampling

$100.00 $105.00 $111.00 $117.00 $123.00



Sec. 6.  That all prior ordinances in conflict herewith are 

repealed.

Sec. 7.  That this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval, and publication as required by law.

PASSED AND APPROVED this      day of   ____     , 2022.

ATTEST: _________________________                                                                                   

(SEAL) SCOTT MENISH, MAYOR


 ____________________________                                                         

SARAH SIDAK, CITY CLERK


Moved by Wheeler, second by Gleason to approve advertising for the 2023 Sewer Lining Project. Roll call vote as follows:  All Ayes.  Motion carried.


Moved by Wheeler, second by Schneider to approve raising the Community Center rates to the following:  Four Day Wedding package - $700.00, Room A - $40.00, Room B - $40.00, Room C - $60.00, Large Room with Room C - $300.00, Kitchen - $75.00, Deposit - $500.00.  The new rates will go in to affect January 1, 2023.   Roll call vote as follows:  Aye; Krysl, Wheeler, Kramer, Schneider, Baker, Gleason and Walsh.  Nay:  Burdick. Motion carried.


City Attorney Strope informed the Council that he received a letter from the Nebraska Game and Parks concerning the Depot.  It stated that they are waiting for approval from the United States Surface Transportation Board before they can proceed with the transfer.


City Attorney Strope read the second reading of Ordinance No. 1413 by title and number.


ORDINANCE NO. 1413  


OF THE 


CITY OF O'NEILL, NEBRASKA


AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE BY THE CITY OF O'NEILL, NEBRASKA OF ITS GENERAL OBLIGATION HIGHWAY ALLOCATION 

FUND PLEDGE BONDS, SERIES 2022, IN ONE OR MORE SERIES IN AN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED ONE MILLION DOLLARS ($1,000,000) TO PAY THE COSTS OF CONSTRUCTING AND IMPROVING CERTAIN STREETS AND RELATED IMPROVEMENTS OF THE CITY; AUTHORIZING CERTAIN OFFICIALS TO DETERMINE THE FINAL AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT, MATURITIES, RATES, REDEMPTION PROVISIONS, AND OTHER TERMS AND DETAILS OF SUCH BONDS; PLEDGING FUNDS RECEIVED FROM THE NEBRASKA HIGHWAY ALLOCATION FUND AND PROVIDING FOR THE LEVY AND COLLECTION OF AN ANNUAL TAX FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING THE PRINCIPAL OF, PREMIUM, IF ANY, AND INTEREST ON THE BONDS; DESIGNATING THE BONDS AS QUALIFIED TAX-EXEMPT OBLIGATIONS; ADOPTING CERTAIN POST-ISSUANCE TAX COMPLIANCE AND DISCLOSURE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES WITH RESPECT TO THE BONDS; AND AUTHORIZING CERTAIN OTHER DOCUMENTS AND ACTIONS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH.


Council member Walsh introduced Resolution No. 22-10, which is on file with the City Clerk.


RESOLUTION NO. 22-10


OF THE 


CITY OF O'NEILL


Whereas: State of Nebraska Statutes, sections 39-2302, and 39-2511 through 39-2515 details the requirements that must be met in order for a municipality to qualify for an annual Incentive Payment; and


Whereas: The State of Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) requires that each incorporated municipality must annually certify (by December 31st of each year) the appointment of the City Street Superintendent to the NDOT using the Year-End Certification of City Street Superintendent; and


Whereas: The NDOT requires that such certification shall also include a copy of the documentation of the city street superintendents appointment, i.e., meeting minutes; showing the appointment of the City Street Superintendent by their name as it appears on their License (if applicable), their License Number and Class of License (if applicable), and type of appointment, i.e., employed, contract (consultant, or interlocal agreement with another incorporated municipality and/or county), and the beginning date of the appointment; and


Whereas: The NDOT also requires that such Year-End Certification of City Street Superintendent shall be signed by the Mayor or Village Board Chairperson and shall include a copy a resolution of the governing body authorizing the signing of the Year-End Certification of City Street Superintendent by the Mayor or Village Board Chairperson.


Be it resolved that the Mayor of O'Neill is hereby authorized to sign the attached Year-End Certification of City Street Superintendent.


Adopted this 7th day of November, 2022 at O'Neill, Nebraska.


_________________________

DON BAKER, COUNCIL PRESIDENT


ATTEST:

(SEAL)



_________________________________

SARAH SIDAK, CITY CLERK/TREASURER

Second by Wheeler to adopt Resolution 22-10. Roll call vote as follows:  All Ayes.  Motion carried.


Moved by Schneider, second by Gleason to approve loan application 08-LB840-22 for new facility construction in the amount of $150,000.00; PIP-LB840-135 in the amount of $10,000.00 for parking lot paving; PIP-LB840-136 in the amount of $3,750.00 for painting of the exterior of building; PIP-LB840-137 in the amount of $6,062.50 for new doors; PIP-LB840-138 in the amount of $5,166.50 for new windows and doors; PIP-LB840-139 in the amount of $3,670.60 for exterior renovations. Roll call vote as follows:  All Ayes.  Motion carried.


Moved by Gleason, second by Krysl to approve purchasing a street sweeper through Sourcewell after Boyd looks over the purchasing contract.  Roll call vote as follows:  All Ayes.  Motion carried.


Moved by Wheeler, second by Kramer to approve the renewal agreement with Olsson & Associates for professional services. Roll call vote as follows:  All Ayes.  Motion carried.


Moved by Schneider, second by Kramer to approve the Treasurer's Report. Roll call vote as follows:  Roll call vote as follows:  All Ayes.  Motion carried.


Moved by Walsh, second by Gleason to approve the bill submitted at this meeting by Scott Menish. Roll call vote as follows:  All Ayes.  Motion carried.


Moved by Krysl, second by Walsh to approve the bill submitted at this meeting by O'Neill Lumber. Roll call vote as follows:  Aye; Krysl, Wheeler, Kramer, Burdick, Baker, Gleason and Walsh. Nay:  None. Abstain: Schneider.  Motion carried.


Moved by Gleason, second by Walsh to approve the remaining bills. Roll call vote as follows:  All Ayes.  Motion carried.


ALL FUNDS

Payroll, salary 152,050.05 FED & FICA, tax 52,405.87

American Family, ins 1,660.56 Benefit Plans, fee 667.50

Black Hills Energy, util 496.90 BlueCrossBlueShield, ins 48,362.43

Bomgaars, su 2,247.42 Colonial life, ins 563.10

Guardian, ins 1,762.12 John Hancock, pension 12,227.25

NE Dept. of Revenue, tax 5,452.14 NPPD, util 20,532.67

NT&T, phone 859.72 Quadient Leasing, su 957.27

Ranchland Auto, su 765.22 Reiser Ins, ins 229,879.00

Unum, ins 226.99 Verizon, phone 802.99

Wex Bank, fuel 8,245.79

GENERAL FUND

Agronomy Solutions, su 215.00 Alder Plumbing, ser 909.00

Appeara, su 475.75 Arrow Seed, su 470.74

Boyd-Holt 911, fees 158,355.00 Breiner Welding, su 12.55

Carhart Lumber, su 35.93 Century Link, phone 56.81

Contingent Fund, su 327.70 DB Trailer Sales, su 11,700.00

Dearborn Life, ins 96.32 Ecolab Pest Elim Div, su 75.00

Emme Sand & Gravel, su 573.24 Fire Protection, fees 250.00

Floor Maintenance, su 235.84 GreatAmerica Finance, ser 218.25

GWorks, su 219.19 Hammerlun Monument, ser 25.00

Hollman Media, ser 39.90 HCED, fees 25,413.00

Holt Co Independent, ad 365.44 Island Supply Welding, su 131.65

KBRX, ad 30.00 LB840 Fund, pmt 33,671.50

Scott Menish, ser 100.00 NE Irrigation, su 3,114.48

NECC, school 1,341.00 Ogden's, su 378.86

Olsson, fees 1,197.75 O'Neill Pest Control, ser 120.00

One Office, su 1,099.53 Precision IT, su 770.00

Dori Rich, clean 885.00 Rural Fire, pmt 48,453.63

Schaecher Elec, ser 412.25 Security Shredding, ser 35.00

SiteOne Landscape, su 67.22 Anne Sitz, re 50.00

Strope Law, fees 1,209.00 Tax Commissioner, tax 90.86

Wettlaufer Landscapes, su 434.97

POLICE FUND

A&J Tire, ser 283.97 Carhart Lumber, su 18.50

Century Link, phone 63.58 Jackolyn Collier, clean, su 200.00

Contingent Fund, su 164.59 Detectachem, su 89.08

Holt Co Independent, ad 18.24 Jack's Uniforms, su 191.88

Netcom, su 10.00 Ogden's, su 129.27

O'Neill Car Wash, ser 46.60 One Office, su 100.46

O'Neill Shopper, ad 49.00 O'Reilly, su 47.49

Pinnacle Bank, su 33.90 Public Safety Center, su 90.41

Quill Corp, su 237.49 Security Shredding, ser 105.00

Special T's & More, ser 20.00 Strope Law, fees 357.00

Town & Country, ser 96.80

STREET FUND

Appeara, su 309.09 Breiner Welding, su 347.91

BX Civil & Const., pmt 656,873.15 Carhart, su 159.33

Carroll Const., su 2,153.06 Cole Redimix, su *

Connot Tire, ser 23.95 Contingent Fund, su 52.05

Grainger, su 62.12 Hendricks Small Motor, ser 79.00

Holt Co Independent, ad 17.55 Holz Lumber, su 1,086.86

K&K Welding, su 136.32 Logan Contractors, su 988.63

Midwest Srvc & Sales, su 2,462.40 Neenah Foundry Co, su 1,049.53

Netcom, su 304.00 Ogden's, su 108.94

Olsson, fees 6,711.21 O'Neill Auto, su 162.86

O'Neill Lumber, su 23.90 One Office, su 72.34

RSR Electrical, su 1,402.44 Strope Law, fees 364.00

Team Lab, su 486.72 Wm Krotter, su 18,500.00

SEWER FUND

Alder Plumbing, ser 89.95 Jason Baker, pmt 200.00

Blackburn Mfg., su 388.50 Colonial Research, su 13,822.00

Fastenal, su 17.82 Grainger, su 397.40

Hach, su 725.50 Hutcheson Engin., su 697.95

K&K Welding, su 869.80 Midwest Labs, ser 251.50

Municipal Supply, su 198.40 Ogden's, su 15.99

One Call, ser 92.30 O'Neill Electric, su 144.35

Pinnacle Bank, su 6.69 Quadient Finance, postage 500.00

Stadium Sports, su 48.00 Strope Law, fees 112.00

Tax Commissioner, tax 4,030.76 Torpin's, su 9.87

WATER FUND

Badger Meter, ser 78.05 Jason Baker, pmt 200.00

Blackburn Mfg., su 388.50 Carhart, su 13.97

City Utility Deposit, re 1,470.00 Contingent Fund, su 142.31

Fastenal, su 17.82 Fedex, ser 147.56

Metering & Tech., su 11,474.48 NE HHS, fees 2,121.78

NE Public Health, tests 166.00 NE Support, pmt 545.52

NE Water Resources, fees 105.00 Niobrara Valley, util 196.54

Ogden's, su 71.96 Olsson, fees 8,913.21

One Call, ser 92.30 Pinnacle Bank, su 6.69

Quadient Finance, postage 500.00 Rutjens, pmt 22,528.17

Strope Law, fees 280.00 Tax Commissioner, tax 3,050.06

Torpin's, su 10.54 USA Blue Book, su 58.55


SOLID WASTE FUND

Accounts Management, pmt 125.07 Butler Co. Landfill, fee 42,309.20

Holt Co Independent, ad 27.50 Linweld, su 73.53

Niobrara Valley, util 612.73 NMC, su 441.75

Olsson, fees 1,803.72 One Office, su 173.27

Dori Rich, clean 300.00 Schindler Elec, ser 570.00

LB840

KBRX, ad 30.00

DEBT SERVICE

BOKF, PMT 240,976.25


TIM GLEASON, WARD IV

BETH WALSH, WARD IV


Moved by Schneider, second by Wheeler to adjourn. Roll call vote as follows:  All Ayes. Motion carried.


The meeting adjourned at 7:00 P.M.

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