September 13, 2021

A regular meeting of the Mayor and the City Council of O'Neill was held at the City Hall in said City on the 13th day of September, 2021 following the budget hearing and the final tax request hearing.

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

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. Mayor Menish informed the public of the location of the Open Meetings Act poster.

Moved by Baker, second by Kramer to waive the readings of the minutes of the August 2nd and 30th meetings and approve them as if read. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Council member Baker introduced Ordinance No. 1399-A, which is on file with the City Clerk.

City Attorney Strope read Ordinance No. 1399-A by title and number.

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AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE BY THE CITY OF O’NEILL, NEBRASKA OF ITS COMBINED UTILITIES REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 2021, IN ONE OR MORE SERIES AND IN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $2,500,000; PRESCRIBING THE FORM AND DETAILS OF THE BONDS AND THE COVENANTS AND AGREEMENTS TO PROVIDE FOR THE PAYMENT AND SECURITY THEREOF; AUTHORIZING CERTAIN OFFICIALS TO DETERMINE THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT, THE MATURITIES, THE INTEREST RATES, THE REDEMPTION PROVISIONS, THE FINANCIAL COVENANTS AND OTHER TERMS AND PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE BONDS AND AUTHORIZING THE SALE AND DELIVERY OF THE BONDS TO THE PURCHASER THEREOF; ADOPTING CERTAIN POST ISSUANCE TAX COMPLIANCE AND DISCLOSURE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES WITH RESPECT TO THE BONDS; PROVIDING FOR THE PUBLICATION OF THE ORDINANCE IN PAMPHLET FORM; AND AUTHORIZING CERTAIN ACTIONS AND DOCUMENTS AND PRESCRIBING OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO.

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Moved by Baker, second by Kramer to introduce Ordinance No. 1399-A and waive the three readings. Roll call vote as follows: Aye; Kramer, Schneider, Burdick, Baker and Gleason. Nay:  Krysl. Absent: Walsh and Kelly. Motion carried. 

Moved by Schneider, second by Kramer to adopt Ordinance No. 1399-A. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Council member Gleason introduced Ordinance No. 1400, which is on file with the City Clerk.

City Attorney Strope read Ordinance No. 1400 by title and number.

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AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE AND SALE BY THE CITY OF O’NEILL, NEBRASKA OF ITS GENERAL OBLIGATION HIGHWAY ALLOCATION FUND PLEDGE BONDS, SERIES 2021, IN ONE OR MORE SERIES IN AN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF NOT TO EXCEED THREE MILLION TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($3,200,000) 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, TERMS AND OTHER 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; PROVIDING FOR THE PUBLICATION OF THE ORDINANCE IN PAMPHLET FORM; AND AUTHORIZING CERTAIN OTHER DOCUMENTS AND ACTIONS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH

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Moved by Gleason, second by Baker to introduce Ordinance No. 1400 and waive the three readings.Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Kramer, second by Gleason to adopt Ordinance No. 1400. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

City Clerk Sidak read the following bid for the transfer switch and power from the waste water treatment plant to wells 91 and 92 aloud. There was one bid submitted from RSR Electrical Contracting, LLC in the amount of $296,203.80 with a Cummins ATS and $265,768.30 with a Generac ATS.  

City Engineer Ziska reviewed the bids prior to the meeting and after review recommends accepting the low bid of $265,768.30.

Moved by Baker, second by Gleason to accept RSR Electrical Contracting, LLC bid for $265,768.30.Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

There was no action taken on the 16’ access/driveway for a parking lot at 107 S. 4th for CBI INC.

Moved by Schneider, second by Krysl to open the public hearing for the Amanda Nekolite DBA Neko’s Pub Class CK catering application endorsement to her liquor license. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

No public comment was made.

Moved by Gleason, second by Burdick to close the public hearing. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Schneider, second by Krysl to approve Amanda Nekolite DBA Neko’s Pub Class CK catering application endorsement to her liquor license. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Kramer, second by Schneider to approve Kinsey Bosselman for a manager’s license for Bosselman Pump & Pantry on their liquor application. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Schneider, second by Gleason to approve OOR Grant drawdown request #17 in the amount of $15,400.00. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Gleason, second by Schneider to accept the annual LB840 program report submitted by the LB840 Advisory Committee. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Krysl, second by Gleason to approve application PIP-LB840-103 in the amount of $3,750.00 for concrete repair.Roll call vote as follows:  All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Burdick, second by Kramer to approve application PIP-LB840-104 in the amount of $5,000.00 for concrete repair. Roll call vote as follows:  All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Krysl, second by Schneider to approve application PIP-LB840-105 in the amount of $5,000.00 for signage. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

There was no action taken on 05-LB840-21 loan application due to the LB840 Finance Committee needing more information before they can approve it.

Council member Schneider introduced Resolution No. 21-13, which is on file with the City Clerk.

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RESOLUTION NO. 21-13

OF THE 

CITY OF O’NEILL, 

NEBRASKA

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF O’NEILL, NEBRASKA:

WHEREAS, Nebraska Revised Statute 77-1601.02 provides that the Governing Body of the City of O’Neill passes by a majority vote a resolution or ordinance setting the tax request; and

WHEREAS, a special public hearing was held as required by law to hear and consider comments concerning the property tax request;

NOW, THEREFORE, the Governing Body of the City of O’Neill, resolves that:

• The 2021-2022 property tax request be set at $886,356 in total ($686,376 for General Fund and $199,980 for Bond Fund).

• The total assessed value of property differs from last year’s total assessed value by 2.27%.

• The tax rate which would levy the same amount of property taxes as last year, when multiplied by the new total assessed value of property, would be $0.481884 per $100 of assessed value.

• The City of O’Neill proposes to adopt a property tax request that will cause its tax rate to be $0.49031 per $100 of assessed value.

• Based on the proposed property tax request and changes in other revenue, the total operating budget of the City of O’Neill will exceed last years by 31.84%.

• A copy of this resolution be certified and forwarded to the County Clerk on or before October 13, 2021.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 13th day of September, 2021.

-ss-SCOTT MENISH, MAYOR

ATTEST:

(SEAL)

-ss-SARAH SIDAK, 

CITY CLERK/TREASURER

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Second by Baker to adopt Resolution No. 21-13. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Council member Schneider introduced Ordinance No. 1401, which is on file with the City Clerk.

City Attorney Strope read Ordinance No. 1401 by title and number.

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ORDINANCE NO. 1401  

OF THE 

CITY OF O’NEILL, 

NEBRASKA

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF O’NEILL, NEBRASKA, TO ADOPT THE BUDGET STATEMENT TO BE TERMED THE ANNUAL APPROPRIATION BILL; TO APPROPRIATE SUMS FOR NECESSARY EXPENSES AND LIABILITIES; TO EXCEED THE BUDGET LIMIT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2021-2022 BY AN ADDITIONAL 1% AND TO PROVIDE FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

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

Sec. 1.That after complying with all procedures required by law, the budget presented and set forth in the budget statement is hereby approved as the Annual Appropriation Bill for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2021, through September 30, 2022.  All sums contained in the budget statement are hereby appropriated for the necessary expenses and liabilities of the City of O’Neill.  A copy of the budget document shall be forwarded as provided by law to the Auditor of Public Accounts, State Capitol, Lincoln, Nebraska, and to the County Clerk of Holt County, Nebraska, for use by the levying authority.

Sec. 2. The City Council of the City of O’Neill approves exceeding the budget limit for the fiscal year 2021-2022 by an additional 1%.

Sec. 3. 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 13th day of September, 2021.

-ss-SCOTT MENISH, MAYOR

ATTEST:

(SEAL)

-ss-SARAH SIDAK, 

CITY CLERK/TREASURER

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Moved by Schneider, second by Gleason to introduce Ordinance No. 1401 and waive the three readings. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Kramer, second by Baker to adopt Ordinance No. 1401. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Council President Baker introduced Ordinance No. 1402, which is on file with the City Clerk.

City Attorney Strope read Ordinance No. 1402 by title and number.

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ORDINANCE NO. 1402 

OF THE

CITY OF O’NEILL, 

NEBRASKA

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF O’NEILL, NEBRASKA, ESTABLISHING SALARIES FOR POLICE EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF O’NEILL, COMMENCING ON THE FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER, 2021; 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. That the salaries for the following positions shall be set at the level indicated for the 2021-2022 fiscal year:

Police Chief-per hour35.60

Sergeant-per hour29.42

Investigator-per hour24.09

Patrolman V-per hour22.61

Patrolman IV-per hour24.68

Patrolman III-per hour23.41

Patrolman II-per hour22.72

Patrolman I-per hour21.34

Reserve Patrolman-per hour20.00

Police Secretary-per hour17.41

Sec. 2. That any other ordinance or section passed and approved prior to the passage, approval, and publication or posting of this ordinance and in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.

Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force and effect after October 1, 2021 from and after its passage, approval and publication as required by law.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 13th day of September, 2021.

-ss-SCOTT MENISH, MAYOR

ATTEST:

(SEAL)

-ss-SARAH SIDAK,

CITY CLERK/TREASURER

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Moved by Baker, second by Kramer to introduce Ordinance No. 1402 and waive the three readings. Roll call vote as follows: Aye; Kramer, Schneider, Burdick, Baker and Gleason. Nay:  None. Abstain: Krysl. Absent: Walsh and Kelly. Motion carried.

Moved by Gleason, second by Schneider to adopt Ordinance No. 1402. Roll call vote as follows: Aye; Kramer, Schneider, Burdick, Baker and Gleason. Nay: None. Abstain: Krysl. Absent: Walsh and Kelly. Motion carried.

Council President Baker introduced Ordinance No. 1403, which is on file with the City Clerk.

City Attorney Strope read Ordinance No. 1403 by title and number.

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ORDINANCE NO. 1403 

OF THE

CITY OF O’NEILL, 

NEBRASKA

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF O’NEILL, NEBRASKA, ESTABLISHING SALARIES FOR CITY OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF O’NEILL, COMMENCING ON THE FIRST DAY OF OCTOBER, 2021; 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. That the salaries for the following positions shall be set at the level indicated for the 2021-2022 fiscal year:

Mayor-per month600.00

Council member-per month300.00

City Clerk/Treasurer-per hour31.56

Deputy City Clerk/Treasurerper hour27.99

Account Clerk II-per hour16.05

Account Clerk I-per hour17.04

Ambulance Drive-per trip32.50

Ambulance Drive – EMT-per trip44.25

Ambulance Driver-per mile 1.50

Ambulance Driver – EMT-per mile        2.25

Billing Clerk-per hour3.19

Library Director-per hour25.89

Assistant I-per hour14.75

Children’s Librarian/Assistant DirectoR-per hour17.04

Park/Cemetery Supervisor-per hour25.21

Fire Chief-per month400.00

Cemetery Laborer I-per hour10.00

Cemetery Laborer II-per hour10.25

Cemetery Laborer III-per hour10.50

Cemetery Laborer IV-per hour17.25

Ballfield Supervisor-per hour     12.75

Park Laborer I-per hour10.00

Park Laborer II-per hour10.25

Park Laborer III-per hour10.50

In-charge-per hour3.80

Pool Manager-per hour16.00

Assistant Pool Manager-per hour    14.93

Lifeguard I-per hour9.50

Lifeguard II-per hour9.75

Lifeguard III-per hour 10.00

Lifeguard IV-per hour10.25

Lifeguard VI-per hour11.25

Cashier-per hour9.50

Lifeguard (substitute)-per hour9.50

Street Supervisor-per hour25.66

Street Maintenance I-per hour19.23

Street Maintenance II-per hour18.01

Street Maintenance III-per hour18.06

Street Seasonal-per hour17.25

Water/Sewer Supervisor-per hour    29.39

Waste Water Plant Operator-per hour18.54

Waste Water Lab Technician per hour20.05

Water Operator I-per hour19.67

Sewer Seasonal Worker-per hour11.25

Solid Waste Manager-per hour    28.65

Facility Operator/Driver I-per hour19.46

Facility Operator/Driver II-per hour17.23

Facility Operator/Landfill III-per hour17.23

Facility Operator/Landfill II-per hour19.46

Facility Operator/Landfill I-per hour17.92

Sec. 2. That any other ordinance or section passed and approved prior to the passage, approval, and publication or posting of this ordinance and in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.

Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force and effect after October 1, 2021 from and after its passage, approval and publication as required by law.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 13th day of September, 2021.

-ss-SCOTT MENISH, MAYOR

ATTEST:

(SEAL)

-ss-SARAH SIDAK, 

CITY CLERK/TREASURER

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Moved by Baker, second by Schneider to introduce Ordinance No. 1403 and waive the three readings. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Schneider, second by Baker to adopt Ordinance No. 1403. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Burdick, second by Schneider to approve Joni Isom to the Fire and Ambulance Department. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Moved by Baker, second by Schneider to accept the resignation of Josh Thoendal from the Airport Authority and appoint Matt Otte to fill the unexpired term. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.

Council President Baker introduced Resolution No. 21-14, which is on file with the City Clerk.

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RESOLUTION NO. 21-14                

OF THE

CITY OF O’NEILL, 

NEBRASKA

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF O’NEILL, NEBRASKA, THAT:

Sec. 1.  The City of O’Neill is owner of the following described property

2007 Ford Ambulance and the City no longer or in the future shall need said property and the same should be and is hereby directed to be sold.

Sec. 2. Said personal property has a fair market value of over $5,000.00 and shall be sold on the following terms and conditions:

a. Sealed bid opened on the 8th day of November, 2021 at 6:30 o’clock p.m.  

b. Bids should be delivered prior to that time to the O’Neill City office, 401 East Fremont Street, O’Neill, Nebraska, 68763.  

c. The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. 

d. Title transfer by Bill of Sale.

e. Ten percent (10%) of bid price to be paid with Bid. Balance of sale price payable in ten (10) days of the City’s acceptance of Bid.

f. Possession given at final payment.

Sec. 3. Notice of said sale stating a general description of said property and the terms and conditions of said sale shall be posted at the City office, Great Western Bank, and Pinnacle Bank, at least seven days prior to said sale and by publication in the Holt County Independent one (1) time at least seven (7) days prior to time of sale. After said notice and posting period the City shall cause said sale to be made, subject to the City’s right to accept or reject bids.

 Sec. 4. The proper City officials are hereby authorized to execute such documents as may be necessary to effect said sale.

PASSED AND APPROVED this 13th day of September, 2021.

-ss-SCOTT MENISH, MAYOR

ATTEST:

(S E A L)

-ss-SARAH SIDAK, 

CITY CLERK/TREASURER

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Second by Schneider to adopt Resolution No. 21-14. Roll call vote as follows All Ayes. Motion carried.

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

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

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ALL FUNDS

Payroll, salary136,079.59FED & FICA, tax43,325.21

AKRS Equipment, su642.47American Family, ins2,178.38

Appeara, su882.67Black Hills Energy, util448.01

Blue Cross Blue Shield48,204.27Bomgaars, su5,276.82

John Hancock, pension9,855.90NE Dept. of Revenue, tax4,099.99

NPPD, util22,603.03NT&T, phone929.39

One Office, su2,121.44UNUM Life, ins219.87

Verizon, phone753.29Wex Bank, fuel7,029.25

GENERAL FUND

A & J Tire, ser7,513.50Alder Plumbing, ser186.09

Amazon, su327.50Century Link, phone58.13

Dearborn Life, ins103.20Emergency Medical, su1,425.78

Emme Sand & Gravel, su661.46Floor Maintenance, su39.32

GreatPlains small eng.,ser1,112.05Heartland Fire, ser101.36

Holt County Clerk, re300.00Holt Co Independent, ad263.73

Island Sprinkler Supply, su479.40Island Supply Welding, su78.15

Johnson’s, ser800.43

KBRX, ad7.50

K&K Welding, ser1,677.86Kiefer Aquatics, su93.95

Krotter Home & Auto, su69.99LB840 Fund, pmt31,144.54

McCormick Tree, ser1,500.00McNally Law, ser965.14

Scott Menish, ser100.00Josh Miller, su200.00

Amy Moore, re268.26Municipal Code, ser300.00

NE DED, pmt13,328.57

NETCOM, su2,761.00

North Construction, ser2,970.00Ogden Hardware, su121.44

Olsson, fees40.77O’Neill Auto, su6.66

O’Neill Family Pharmacy, su64.95O’Neill Lumber, su38.28

O’Neill Pest Control, ser100.00Pinnacle Bank, su679.15

Ranchland Auto, su76.59Recreation Supply, su23.83

Reiser Insurance, ins250.00Dori Rich, clean885.00

Jeff Schmeichel, su13.90Schmitz Electric, ser344.84

School District 7, pmt4,050.00Shad’s Electric, ser811.18

Steppco, su1,191.65Strope & Gotschall, fees1,510.00

Tax Commissioner, tax495.32Team Laboratory, su2,276.00

Torpin’s, su55.47United Rentals, ser6,102.00

POLICE FUND

Brite Computers, su406.00Bytespeed LLC, su1,214.00

Century Link, phone65.58Jackolyn Collier, clean, su240.00

Consolidated Management, su241.11

Dawn Grenier, ser72.00

HCAS, ser480.00Holt Co Independent, ad122.20

NE Law Enforcement, fees460.00Netcom, su334.00

911 Custom, su1,1,143.00Ogden Hardware, su9.99

O’Neill Auto, su64.94O’Neill Car Wash, ser88.74

O’Neill Shopper, ad96.93O’Neill Tire & Supply, ser671.76

Pinnacle Bank, su31.19Public Safety Center, su83.98

Quill, su391.82Strope & Gotschall, fees343.50

STREET FUND

Accounts Management, pmt298.23Carhart, su436.95

FCF Const, ser17,639.00Hendricks Small Moter, ser23.00

K&K Welding, ser206.35Midwest Service & Sales, su156.15

Midwest Turf & Irr, su827.50Ogden Hardware, su360.90

Olsson, fees2,400.45O’Neill Auto, su3,272.99

Ranchland Auto, su3,894.16Team Laboratory, su292.88

USA Blue Book, su468.75SEWER FUND

Connot Tire, ser20.00Fastenal, su191.35

FEDEX, ser48.87Gempler’s, su45.97

Grainger, su451.24Hach Co., su295.30

Holt Co Independent, ad22.20K&K Welding, ser65.60

MacQueen Equipment, su161.84Malloy Electric, su2,677.88

Midlands Cont., ser119,618.55Midwest Lab, ser537.50

NE Dept of Revenue, fee25.00One Call Concepts, ser100.36

O’Neill Electric, ser110.00Olsson, fees7,917.64

PIP Marketing, su156.69Quadient Finance, su500.00

Schmitz Sales, su7,984.00Tax Commissioner, tax3,692.24

Torpin’s, su38.20WATER FUND

Badger Meter, ser152.80City Utility Deposit, re1,190.00

Cole Redi-Mix, su416.00Connot Tire, ser20.00

Core & Main LP, su1,058.46Fedex, ser252.58

Grainger, su64.90Hawkins, su1,861.28

Holt Co Independent, ad59.77NE Public Health, tests93.00

NE Support, pmt363.68Niobrara Valley, util206.37

Ogden Hardware, su23.98Olsson, fees3,575.29

One Call Concepts, ser100.36PIP Marketing, su156.69

Quadient Finance, su1,500.00Quill, su48.14

Sargent Drilling, ser5,577.92Super Foods, su14.97

Tax Commissioner, tax4,919.45Torpin’s, su47.49

SOLID WASTE FUND

Accounts Management, pmt603.34A & J Tire, su490.97

Butler Co. Landfill, fee37,160.91Connot Tire Service, ser307.90

Holt Co Independent, ad60.50Klute Truck Equipment, su28,700.00

Linweld, ser37.13Mitchell Equipment, su645.93

NCL Government Capital, fee500.00NE DEE, fee2,500.00

Niobrara Valley, util867.80O’Neill Auto, su282.31

O’Neill Lumber, su4,047.73Pinnacle Bank, su60.50

PIP Marketing, su156.68Productivity Plus Acct, su541.69

Ranchland Auto, su63.92Dori Rich, clean300.00

Siouxland Scale, su335.80Truck Center, su896.06

COMMUNITY 

IMPROVEMENT FUND

CDS Insp & Beyond, ser1,400.00Strom Construction, ser14,000.00

LB840 FUND

Strope & Gotschall, fees1,016.99

KAYLA BURDICK, WARD I

DON BAKER, WARD I

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

The meeting adjourned at 7:23 P.M.

SCOTT MENISH, MAYOR

ATTEST:

(SEAL)

SARAH SIDAK, 

CITY CLERK/TREASURER

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