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The meeting statement of the last meeting is listed below. Click here to view full minutes of the November 10, 2014 meeting
Proceedings Statement of the November 17, 2014 Commissioners meeting.
By James E. Krotz
Present were Chairman Dan Kling, Commissioners Jack Andersen and James Krotz and County Clerk Sindy Coburn. Also present was reporter Mark Gaschler from the Sheridan County Journal Star.
County Attorney Dennis King and Deputy Assessor Amanda Lane met with the Commissioners to discuss Nebraska Beef Packer's pending appeal of a Tax Equalization and Review Commission (TERC) finding in favor of the county.
At 9:25 the meeting was closed so that the Commissioner might consult with King on a legal matter. At 9:57 the meeting was again opened to the public.
Road Superintendent Tom Kuester informed the Board that the county had secured from the Board of Educational Lands and Funds a 10-year lease on the site of the county shop in Lakeside.
Kuester presented to the Commissioners a list of landowners for whom the county had done roadside mowing. Those landowners will be billed for the mowing and those who feel they have reasonable cause to protest will be heard on Monday, December 22 at 10:00 A.M.
Chuck Lemp, the contractor removing crushed rock from the Cowboy Trail between Gordon and Rushville, informed the Board that the state Department of Game and Parks has approved an extension of his contract to include 6 additional miles east of Gordon. The Board informed Lemp that the county is interested in purchasing the rock from this section of the trail and asked him to draw up a proposal for review and possible approval at the next meeting.
Sheriff Robbins presented the purchase agreement and contract for a new E-911 system for signing. The Board approved the contract with Emergency Call Works on November 10. Robbins informed the Board that 72% of the call traffic to Sheridan County E-911 was from cell phones.
The Board approved a three-year contract with MAXIMUS for cost recovery services from the State. These costs are associated with services provided by the County for Health and Human Services and through the office of the County Attorney. The cost of the contract is $4200 per year – no increase from the previous contract period.
The next scheduled meeting of the Board of Commissioners is set for Monday, December 8 at 9:00 a.m.
Submitted by James Krotz
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