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City of O'Neill Proceedings (12-16-21)

A regular meeting of the Mayor and the City Council of O'Neill was held at the City Hall in said City on the 6th day of December, 2021 at 6:30 P.M.

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

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 Mayor Menish. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Mayor Menish informed the public of the location of the Open Meetings Act poster.

Moved by Burdick, second by Krysl to waive the reading of the minutes of the November 8th meeting and to approve them with the amended section regarding conflict of interest as follows:  

City Attorney Boyd Strope informed the Council that the Nebraska law regarding conflict of interest disclosure and procedures has been reviewed. With regard to an officer and open and non-exclusive contracts for both goods and services it was determined as follows:  

• The contract with the officer must be a separate agenda item at a Council meeting.  

• The Officer must make a declaration on the record to the Council regarding the nature and extent of his/her interest prior to official consideration of the contract by the Council.  

• If the officer is a voting member of the Council, he/she must abstain from voting on that item.  

Attorney Strope will draft an updated ordinance for the City, outlining all requirements for the Council™s approval. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes.Motion carried.

City Attorney Strope read the second reading of Ordinance No. 1404 by title and number.

 

 

ORDINANCE NO. 1404

OF THE

CITY OF O™NEILL, 

NEBRASKA

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF O™NEILL, NEBRASKA, AMENDING MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 6-103: WATER SERVICE; PERMIT; DEPOSIT; DELINQUENCY, SECTION 6-110; WATER RATES, SECTION 6-205: CUSTOMER DEPOSITS, SECTION 6-206: SEWER RATES, SECTION 6-409: CUSTOMER DEPOSITS; 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 6-103 of the O™Neill Municipal Code be amended to read as follows: 

“SECTION 6-103: WATER SERVICE; PERMIT; DEPOSIT; DELINQUENCY

• Every person or persons desiring a supply of water must make application to the water commissioner on a form provided by him and filed at the city office. The application shall state for what purpose the water shall be used, and the permit issued by the water commissioner shall restrict such use to that use which has been applied for. The commissioner shall not issue a permit for water use if the use of such water would violate any other provisions of the municipal ordinances or rules and regulations of the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality. Water may not be supplied to any house or private service pipe except upon the order of the commissioner. 

• All new customers, except customers served by the City within the past 12 months and who established satisfactory payment records for the previous service, shall be required to make a deposit with the City as follows: 

Combined Deposit

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

1.0” or less - $170.00 - $210.00 - $220.00 - $230.00 - $240.00

1.5” - $340.00 - $420.00 - $440.00 - $460.00 - $480.00  

2.0” - $680.00 - $840.00 - $880.00 - $920.00 - $960.00

3.0” - $1,370.00 - $1,680.00 - $1,760.00 - $1,840.00 - $1,920.00

4.0” - $2,740.00 - $3,360.00 - $3,520.00 - $3,680.00 - $3,840.00

Deposit amount is one amount for water, sewer and/or garbage or any combination of the three.

• Each deposit shall be refunded when the customer has established a satisfactory payment record for a period of 12 consecutive months and has not been served with more than two disconnect notices during such period of time. When supported by facts, the mayor may determine the deposit shall be held for a longer period to assure a satisfactory payment record. 

• The City may offset any customer™s deposit at any time during which the customer™s account is delinquent. Such deposit may also be used to offset any payment due on any other account of the customer, payment for damages due from the customer, or payment of a judgment obtained by the City for any reason, either against the property owner or customer, if a different person. 

• The City may use any means available to it by law for collection of a customer™s delinquent account in addition to use of his or her deposit. 

(Neb. Rev. Stat. §17-537) (Am. by Ord. Nos. 843, 8/6/91; 850, 10/1/91; 917, 9/7/93; 924, 2/1/94; 1041, 1/7/97; 1312, 12/6/10) 

Sec. 2.  Section 6-110 of the O™Neill Municipal Code be amended to read as follows:

“SECTION 6-110: WATER RATES

• 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                                                                                                                                          $1.80 - $2.00 - $2.10 - $2.20 - $2.30

B. 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 (doesn™t 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. 3. Section 6-205 of the O™Neill Municipal Code be amended to read as follows:

“SECTION 6-205: CUSTOMER DEPOSITS

• All new customers (except customers served by the City within the past 12 months and who established satisfactory payment records for the previous service) shall be required to make a deposit with the City as follows:

Combined Deposit

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

1.0” or less - $170.00 - $210.00 - $220.00 - $230.00 - $240.00

1.5” - $340.00 - $420.00 - $440.00 - $460.00 - $480.00  

2.0” - $680.00 - $840.00 - $880.00 - $920.00 - $960.00

3.0” - $1,370.00 - $1,680.00 - $1,760.00 - $1,840.00 - $1,920.00

4.0” - $2,740.00 - $3,360.00 - $3,520.00 - $3,680.00 - $3,840.00

This deposit amount is one amount for water, sewer and/or garbage or any combination of the three.

(B) Each deposit shall be refunded when the customer has established a satisfactory payment record for a period of twelve (12) consecutive months and has not been served with more than two disconnect notices during such period of time. When supported by facts the Mayor may determine the deposit shall be held for a longer period to assure a satisfactory payment record.

(C) The City may offset any customer™s deposit at any time during which the customer™s account is delinquent. Such deposit may also be used to offset any payment due on any other account of the customer, payment for damages due from the customer, or payment of a judgment obtained by the City of O™Neill for any reason either against the property owner or customer, if a different person.

(D) The City may use any means available to it by law for collection of a customer™s delinquent account in addition to use of their deposit.”

Sec. 4.  Section 6-206 of the O™Neill Municipal Code be amended to read as follows:

“SECTION 6-206: SEWER RATES

• All new customers (except customers served by the City within the past 12 months and who established satisfactory payment records for the previous service) shall be required to make a deposit with the City as follows:

Basic Service Rate

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

1.0” or less - $20.10 - $21.60 - $23.10 - $24.60 - $26.10

1.5” - $40.20 - $43.20 - $46.20 - $49.20 - $52.20

2.0” - $80.40 - $86.40 - $92.40 - $98.40 - $104.40

3.0” - $160.80 - $172.80 - $184.80 - $196.80 - $208.80

4.0” - $321.60 - $345.60 - $369.60 - $393.60 - $417.60 

ADDITIONAL WATER USAGE PER 1,000 GALLONS                                                                                                                                          $2.80 - $3.00 - $3.20 - $3.40 - $3.60

User NOT on City Sewer System

2021 - 2022 - 2023 - 2024 - 2025

Residential per Month - $69.00 - $89.00 - $109.00 - $129.00 - $149.00

Commercial per Month - $79.00   - $99.00 - $119.00 - $149.00 - $169.00

Commercial Haulers

Commercial haulers shall only dump at the Waste Treatment Plant and only after receiving permission from the Sewer Commissioner. Dumping rates shall be as set by the Sewer Commissioner from time to time.”

(B)  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 (doesn™t 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. 5  Section 6-409 of the O™Neill Municipal Code be amended to read as follows:

“SECTION 6-409: CUSTOMER DEPOSITS

• All new customers (except customers served by the City within the past 12 months and who established satisfactory payment records for the previous service) shall be required to make a deposit with the City as follows:

Combined Deposit

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

1.0” or less - $170.00 - $210.00 - $220.00 - $230.00 - $240.00

1.5” - $340.00 - $420.00 - $440.00 - $460.00 - $480.00  

2.0” - $680.00 - $840.00 - $880.00 - $920.00 - $960.00

3.0” - $1,370.00 - $1,680.00 - $1,760.00 - $1,840.00 - $1,920.00

4.0” - $2,740.00 - $3,360.00 - $3,520.00 - $3,680.00 - $3,840.00

(B)  Each deposit shall be refunded when the customer has established a satisfactory payment record for a period of 12 consecutive months and has not been served with more than two disconnect notices during such period of time. When supported by facts, the mayor may determine that the deposit shall be held for a longer period to as sure a satisfactory payment record.

(C) The City may offset any customer™s deposit at any time during which the customer™s account is delinquent. Such deposit may also be used to offset any payment due on any other account of the customer, payment for damages due from the custom er, or payment of a judgment obtained by the City for any reason either against the property owner or customer, if a different person.

(D) The City may use any means available to it by law for collection of a customer™s delinquent account in addition to use of his or her deposit. 

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      6th day of December, 2021.

-ss-SCOTT MENISH, MAYOR

ATTEST:

(SEAL)

-ss- SARAH SIDAK, 

CITY CLERK/TREASURER

 

 

Moved by Kramer, second by Walsh to waive the third reading and approve Ordinance No. 1404. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Kramer, second by Kelly to adopt Ordinance No. 1404. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

The Mayor called for all pickup bids.

Moved by Baker, second by Walsh to close the pickup bids. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

City Attorney Strope read the following bids aloud:

Wm. Krotter Co$40,600.00

Prairie Hills $38,425.00

Park and Cemetery Supervisor Jeff Schmeichel took the bids for review.

The Mayor called for all payloader bids.

Moved by Baker, second by Walsh to close the payloader bids. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

City Attorney Strope read the following bids aloud:

NMC$185,200.00

Murphy Tractor & Equipment$210,975.00

Solid Waste Supervisor Kevin Seger took the bids for review. 

The Mayor called for all ambulance bids.

Moved by Krysl, second by Kelly to close the ambulance bids. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

City Attorney Strope read the following bids aloud:

Commercial Bus & Vehicles$4,123.00

Douglas Hurlbert$1,800.00

Michael Kuchta$8,888.88

George Blain$2,100.00

Volin First Responders$5,000.00

Moved by Kelly, second by Baker to accept the high bid from Michael Kuchta for $8,888.88. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Kelly, second by Schneider to approve 07-LB840-21 grant in the amount of $50,000.00. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Schneider, second by Walsh to approve OOR Grant drawdown request #20 in the amount of $31,248.20. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

`Moved by Krysl, second by Kelly to approve a street light at the corner of Blaine Street and Grant Street with NPPD paying for the pole. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Park and Cemetery Supervisor Jeff Schmeichel recommended accepting the pickup bid submitted by Wm. Krotter Co. in the amount of $40,600.00.

Moved by Schneider, second by Walsh to accept the bid from Wm. Krotter Co. for the pickup. Roll call vote as follows: Aye; Krysl, Kelly, Burdick, Schneider and Walsh. Nay: Kramer and Baker. Absent: Gleason. Motion carried.

Solid Waste Supervisor Kevin Seger recommended accepting the payloader bid submitted by Murphy Tractor and Equipment in the amount of $210,975.00.  

Moved by Baker, second by Kelly to accept the bid from NMC for the payloader in the amount of $185,200.00. Roll call vote as follows:  Aye; Kelly, Kramer, Schneider, Burdick and Baker. Nay: Krysl and Walsh. Absent: Gleason. Motion carried.

Moved by Baker, second by Krysl to approve Akeem Banister for the Fire and Ambulance Departments. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Council member Walsh introduced Resolution No. 21-16, which is on file with the City Clerk.

 

 

RESOLUTION NO. 21-16

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 form; and

Whereas: The NDOT requires that each certification shall also include a copy of the documentation of the city street superintendent™s 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 form shall be signed by the Mayor or Village Board Chairperson and shall include a copy of 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 6th day of December, 2021 at O™Neill, Nebraska.

-ss-SCOTT MENISH, MAYOR

ATTEST:

(SEAL)

SARAH SIDAK, 

CITY CLERK/TREASURER

 

 

Second by Krysl to adopt Resolution 21-16. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Schneider, second by Walsh to approve the 2022 Mayor™s Appointments and Liaisons. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

 

 

2022 MAYOR™S 

APPOINTMENTS  

PLANNING 

COMMISSION 3 YR 

ADAM CADWELL2022

ANDY FEHRINGER2022

DEB HILKER2022

TONY NOVAK2023

DON FAST2023

ANDREW HUBER2023

MIKE MARVIN2024

NATALIE OWEN2024ANDREW STRACKE2024

FORESTRY BOARD 3 YR

LEEROY LAURIDSEN2022

JOE JANOUSEK2023

DALE MOSEL2023

TOM FRITTON2023

JOSH MILLER2024

CENTRAL NE 

ECONOMIC DEV. 1YR

SHELBY REGAN2022

SARAH SIDAK2022

HOUSING AUTHORITY 5 YR

JUNIOR YOUNG2022

PATTY MAHONEY2023

JANICE WELCH2024

KIRK CISLER2025 

DICK MACE2026

BOARD OF 

ADJUSTMENT 3 YR

MIKE MARVIN, PL COM2022

SHAD THOMPSON2022

TONY BOSN 2022

TYLER COLE2022

LAWRENCE REIMAN2022

SCOTT NOVAK2022

PARK BOARD 1 YR

MIKE MARVIN 2022

BRIDGET SCHNEIDER 2022

TONY BOSN2022

JOHN NICKLESS 2022

SHAD THOMPSON2022

RICH MCINTOSH2022ACCESSIBILITY 

COMMISSION 2YR

JOHANNA BOYLE 2023

KRIS HARVEY2023

SCOTT MENISH2023

SARAH SIDAK2023

CITY BOARD OF 

HEALTH 1 YR

SCOTT MENISH, MAYOR2022

POLICE CHIEF2022

CITY MD2022

COUNCIL PRESIDENT2022

AIRPORT AUTHORITY

(ELECTED )6YR

STEVE DENNIS2022

BART BECKER2024

MATT OTTE2024

STEVE LIND2026

JOHN PROUTY2026

CENTRAL NE HOUSING 

AUTHORITY 1 YR

SCOTT MENISH  2022

HOLT COUNTY ECONOMIC 

DEVELOPMENT 1 YR

SCOTT MENISH 2022

SARAH SIDAK " ALTERNATE2022

CEMETERY BOARD 3 YR 

DAN KRUGMAN2022

TERRY MILES2023

RYAN BERG2023

MARY JEANE NICKLESS2023 

SCOTT MENISH2024

RANDALL LIHS2024

STEVE ANSON2024

DENNIS CORK2024

LIBRARY BOARD 3 YR

MARY ANN HAVRANEK2022

CHRIS BOSN2023

KAREN RICHARDSON2025

KATIE SCHNEIDER2025

BILL PRICE2025REDEVELOPMENT 

AUTHORITY 5 YR

DON BAKER2022

JACK HURLEY2023

JOEL STEINHAUSER2024

RICH MCINTOSH2025

RANDY HUPP 2026

LB 840 FINANCE 

COMMITTEE 4 YR

CHARLIE MOLVIG2022

ANN KROTTER2023

JAMIE FREDRICK2024

RANDY HUPP2024TRENT SHOEMAKER2025

CITIZEN™S ADVISORY 

COMMITTEE 4YR

MARY MILLER2022

CHRIS FORSLUND2022

STEVE GOLDFUSS2023

DAN KRUGMAN2024

KYLE KNIGHT2024

BARB HESSE2025

LISA HAVRANEK2025

 

 

CITY ATTORNEY

BOYD STROPE

CITY CLERK/TREASURERSARAH SIDAK

DEPUTY CITY CLERK/TREASURERJANIS FUHRER

POLICE CHIEFMATT OTTE 

WATER/SEWER COMMISSIONERJASON BAKER

BUILDING INSPECTORJEFF SCHMEICHEL             

STREET COMMISSIONERGREG WALTERS

CITY FORESTERJEFF SCHMEICHEL             

PARK/CEMETERY SUPERVISORJEFF SCHMEICHEL

LIBRARY DIRECTORJEANNIE MEJSTRIK

CITY ENGINEER/STREET SUPT-CONTRACTDAVID D ZISKA, OLSSON A-1144

CITY PHYSICIANDR. PETE LUENINGHOENER

O™NEILL EMERGENCY MANAGERTERRI KRYSL

DEPUTY O™NEILL EMERGENCY MANAGERTERRY MILES

E911 BOARDSCOTT MENISH

MATT OTTE

FIRE CHIEFROGER MILLER

OFFICIAL CITY RADIOKBRX

OFFICIAL CITY NEWSPAPERHOLT COUNTY INDEPENDENT

BUILDING PERMIT COMMITTEEJEFF SCHMEICHEL

JASON BAKER

SARAH SIDAK

DEPOSITORY CITY FUNDSGREAT WESTERN

PINNACLE BANK

BANK FIRST

TRI COUNTY BANK

GREAT PLAINS STATE BANK

LIAISONS  

WATER & SEWERKAYLA BURDICK 

ADMINISTRATIONQUANA KELLY

STREETTIM SCHNEIDER 

POLICEBETH WALSH 

FIRE & AMBULANCEDON BAKER 

PARK BETH WALSH   

CEMETERYTIM GLEASON  

SOLID WASTE & LANDFILL     TERRI KRYSL

LIBRARYSUSIE KRAMER

PLANNING COMMISSIONQUANA KELLY

 

 

Council member Schneider introduced Ordinance No. 1405, which is on file with the City Clerk.

City Attorney Strope read Ordinance No. 1405 by title and number.

 

 

ORDINANCE NO. 1405

OF THE 

CITY OF O™NEILL, 

NEBRASKA

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF O™NEILL, NEBRASKA, ESTABLISHING NEW DISTRICT BOUNDARIES FOR ELECTIONS WITHIN THE CITY OF O™NEILL; REPEALING PRIOR ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

BE IT ORDAINED BY HE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF O™NEILL, NEBRASKA, THAT:

Sec. 1. To maintain substantial population equality in the four Districts of the City of O™Neill as necessary according to the population as determined by the most recent federal census, the District boundaries within the City of O™Neill are hereby reestablished as follows:

WARD I

East of Church Street to Fourth Street, thence south to Benton Street, thence east to Seventh Street, thence south to Clay Street, thence east to Eighth Street, thence north to Benton, thence east to Tenth Street, thence north to corporate boundary.

WARD II

West of Church Street to Fourth Street and west of a line extending south to Williams Street, thence west to Third Street to Williams Avenue, thence west to Second Street thence north to Hynes Street, thence west to First Street, thence south to John Street, thence west to Madison Street, thence south to Adams Street, thence west to Harrison Street, thence south to Benton Street, thence west to the corporate limits.

WARD III

East of Fourth Street and south of a line extending east of Fourth Street along Benton Street to Seventh Street, thence south to Clay Street, thence east to Eighth Street, thence north to Benton Street, thence east to Tenth Street, thence north to the corporate limits.

WARD IV

West of Fourth Street and south of a line extending west of Fourth Street along Williams Street to Third Street, thence south to Williams Avenue, thence west to Second Street, thence north to Hynes Street, thence west to First Street, thence south to John Street, thence west to Madison Street, thence south to Adams Street, thence west to Harrison Street, thence south to Benton Street, thence west to the corporate limits.

Sec. 2.  That all prior ordinances in conflict herewith are repealed.

Sec. 3.  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      6th day of December, 2021.

-ss-SCOTT MENISH, MAYOR

ATTEST:

(SEAL)

-ss- SARAH SIDAK, 

CITY CLERK/TREASURER

 

 

Moved by Schneider, second by Kelly to introduce Ordinance No. 1405 and waive the three readings. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Baker, second by Walsh to adopt Ordinance No. 1405. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes.Motion carried.

The Council voted for Council President by secret ballot.

Don Baker was voted Council President for 2022.

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

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

Moved by Walsh, second by Kelly to approve the bill for O™Neill Lumber. Roll call vote as follows: Aye; Krysl, Kelly, Kramer, Burdick, Baker and Walsh.Nay:  None. Abstain: Schneider. Absent: Gleason.Motion carried.

Moved by Kramer, second by Burdick to approve Scott Menish™s bill for cleaning. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

 

 

ALL FUNDS

Payroll, salary127,959.72FED & FICA, tax28,656.26

American Family, ins2,008.94Appeara, su610.47

Black Hills Energy, util960.64BlueCrossBlueShield, ins47,792.38

Bomgaars, su,1,271.45Guardian, ins1,643.80

John Hancock, pension6,577.82NE Dept. of Revenue, tax4,278.99

NPPD, util15,698.64NT&T, phone992.92

Quadient Leasing, su*Unum, ins207.01

Verizon, phone752.32Wex Bank, fuel7,166.90

GENERAL FUND

A & J Tire, ser93.99

AKRS Equipment, su899.19

Alder Plumbing, ser232.22

Amazon, su647.27

Century Link, phone58.18Contingent Fund, su*

Danko, su388.77

Dearborn Life, ins92.88

GreatAmerica Finance, ser218.25GreatPlains Small Eng.,ser548.00

GWorks, su225.01

Holt Co Independent, ad346.57

Island Supply Welding, su70.28J & S TV, ser105.00

K&K Welding, ser184.59

KBRX, ad7.50

LB840 Fund, pmt34,582.44Scott Menish, ser100.00

Netcom, ser244.00

Olsson, fees3,150.61

O™Neill Auto, su3.79

O™Neill Shopper, ad47.00

One Office, su152.65

Pinnacle Bank, su51.31

Dori Rich, clean885.00

Strope & Gotschall, fees*

Tax Commissioner, tax77.49Torpin™s, su8.45

POLICE FUND

A & J Tire, ser637.58

Century Link, phone65.59

Jackolyn Collier, clean, su160.00Contingent Fund, su*

EVFM, ser186.50

HCAS, ser*

Holt County Court, fees17.00Jack™s Uniforms, su69.95

NECC, school61.50

Ogden™s, su5.18

O™Neill Car Wash, ser30.45One Office, su57.31

Police Chiefs Assoc, fees30.00Quill, su148.94

Christina Sobotka, pmt138.00Special T™s, su87.00

Strope & Gotschall, fees*Sunset Law Enforcement, su1,397.30

STREET FUND

Accounts Management, pmt639.45

A & R Const., ser160,623.44

BOK Financila, fees750.00Cornerstone Bank, pmt9,000.00

NSG Logistics, su1,921.54Olsson, fees44,885.40

O™Neill Auto, su11.88

O™Neill Lumber, su92.94

Strope & Gotschall, fees*SEWER FUND

Contingent Fund, su*Fedex, ser234.77

Grainger, su73.55

Graham Tire, su54.92

K&K Welding, ser269.38Midwest Lab, ser47.50

Ogdens, su13.99

One Office, su50.54

Olsson, fees604.66

Pinnacle Bank, su22.08

Ranchland Auto, su86.60Strope & Gotschall, fees*

Tax Commissioner, tax3,530.82Torpin™s, su17.68

WATER FUND

American Water Works, fees328.00Badger Meter, su77.05

City Utility Deposit, re*Connot Tire, ser35.50

Contingent Fund, su*Fedex, ser195.65

Graham Tire, su54.92Municipal Supply, su1,064.66

NDEE, pmt58,995.43NE Public Health, tests268.00

NE Rural Water, fees545.00NE Support, pmt363.68

Niobrara Valley, util*One Office, su25.39

Pinnacle Bank, su22.09Strope & Gotschall, fees*

Tax Commissioner, tax5,445.66USA Blue Book, su102.96

SOLID WASTE FUND

Accounts Management, pmt686.71

Butler Co. Landfill, fee37,251.45

Central States Wire,su815.50Connot Tire, ser36.95

Matheson Tri-Gas, su*Mel™s Small Engine, su95.60

Niobrara Valley, util*One Office, su211.52

Ranchland Auto, su101.59Dori Rich, clean300.00

Strope & Gotschall, fees*Truck Center, su145.19

COMMUNITY 

IMPROVEMENT FUND

A & R Const., ser465,781.28CDS Insp & Beyond, ser2,775.34

Kinnan Const., ser5,047.29Shad™s Electric, ser320.24

Strom Construction, ser598.63Tore It Up Roofing, ser10,500.00

LB840 FUND

KBRX, ad7.50

Strope & Gotschall, fees*

SUSIE KRAMER, WARD II

TIM SCHNEIDER, WARD II

 

 

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

The meeting adjourned at 7:25 P.M.

SCOTT MENISH, MAYOR

ATTEST:

(SEAL)

SARAH SIDAK, 

CITY CLERK/TREASURER

 

 

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