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The Inman Village Board held their regular meeting at the In...
Jul 19, 2022 (0)
A regular meeting of the Mayor and the City Council of O'Neill was held at the City Hall in said City on the 11th day of July, 2022 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: Kayla Burdick, Susie Kramer, Terri Krysl, Quana Kelly, Tim Gleason and Beth Walsh. Absent: Tim Schneider.
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 Kramer, second by Walsh to waive the reading of the minutes of the June 6th meeting and approve them as if read. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.
Moved by Walsh, second by Kelly to approve the corrected new Library hours. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.
Council member Gleason entered the meeting at this time.
Moved by Walsh to approve Martin Luther King Day, Presidents Day and Columbus Day as holidays for the City. Motion died for lack of second.
Moved by Baker, second by Krysl to approve the observing of Martin Luther King Day as a holiday for the City. Roll call vote as follows: Aye; Krysl, Kramer, Baker, Burdick, Gleason and Walsh. Nay: Kelly. Absent: Schneider. Motion carried.
Moved by Kelly, second by Kramer to approve application PIP-LB840-118 in the amount of $5,000.00 for demolition. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.
Moved by Walsh, second by Kelly to approve application PIP-LB840-119 in the amount of $5,000.00 for windows, doors and siding/stone work. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.
Moved by Gleason, second by Kelly to approve application PIP-LB840-120 in the amount of $4,550.00 for windows and doors. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.
Moved by Burdick, second by Baker to approve increasing dog impound rates by the City to $160 to match the Holt County Animal Shelter fees. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.
Moved by Walsh, second by Baker to approve the renewal of the City's health care plan with BlueCross and BlueShield. Roll call vote as follows: Aye; Kramer, Baker, Burdick, Gleason and Walsh. Nay: None. Abstain: Kelly and Krysl. Absent: Schneider. Motion carried.
Moved by Burdick to have the timecards released to the Council. Motion failed for a lack of a second.
The Council instructed City Attorney Strope to draft a policy and a non-disclosure statement for the Council to sign concerning time cards being released to the Council.
Moved by Gleason, second by Baker to approve the Treasurer's Report. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.
Moved by Gleason, second by Walsh 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: All Ayes. Motion carried.
Moved by Kramer, second by Burdick to approve the remaining bills. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.
Payroll, salary 220,430.79 FED & FICA, tax 47,858.59
American Family, ins 3,118.04 Black Hills Energy, util 4,967.21
BlueCrossBlueShield, ins 41,244.61 Bomgaars, su 1,754.34
Colonial life, ins 1,044.93 Guardian, ins 1,762.12
John Hancock, pension 10,192.45 NE Dept. of Revenue, tax 6,937.76
NPPD, util 14,228.23 NT&T, phone 888.20
Quadient Finance, su 2,039.00 Storey Kenworthy, su 589.93
Unum, ins 212.35 Verizon, phone 803.39
Wex Bank, fuel 11,877.76 GENERAL FUND
AKRS, su 134.16
Amazon, su 276.79
Appeara, su 490.67 Beachler's Keys, su 213.43
Carhart Lumber, su 71.35 Century Link, phone 55.60
Comfort Inn, room 192.00 Contingent Fund, su 1,916.68
Danko, su 285.00
Dearborn Life, ins 103.20
Ecolab, ser 75.00
Emergency Medical, su 2,168.96
Emme Sand & Gravel, su 235.32 ESO Solutions, su 1,810.00
First Interstate, ser 40.00 GreatAmerica Finance, ser 218.25
Great Plains, su 3.45
Hammerlun Monument, ser 75.00
Heartland Fire, ser 653.00 Hollman Media, ser 19.95
Holt Co Independent, ad 293.59 In The Swim, su 609.90
Island Supply Welding, su 130.80 Johnson's, ser 308.50
KBRX, ad 85.00
LB840 Fund, pmt 31,114.84
Scott Menish, ser 100.00
NE State Fire Marshal, fee 81.00
North Central RC&D, dues 100.00 Ogdens Ace, su 565.86
Olsson, fees 756.03
O'Neill Pest, ser 180.00
One Office, su 184.24
Prouty Construction, ser 375.00
Recreation Supply, su 484.32 Dori Rich, clean 885.00
Steppco Refrigeration, ser 369.60 Strope Law, fees 447.00
Strope Masonry, ser 3,465.06 Sunset Pool Supplies, su 9,510.99
Tax Commissioner, tax 68.74 Team Lab, su 72.20
Torpin's, su 171.29
Wettlaufer Landscapes, ser 608.44
A&J Tire, ser 2,121.05
Century Link, phone 62.71
Jackolyn Collier, clean, su 200.00 Consolidated Mgmt., fee 16.62
Contingent Fund, su 76.18 Harmony Inn, room 89.00
HCAS, ser 320.00
Holt Co Sheriff, ser 21.00
J&S Outdoors, su 924.38
Jack's Uniforms, su 249.79
No. 1 Storage, rent 4,800.00 O'Neill Car Wash, ser 24.70
O'Neill Shopper, ad 48.93 One Office, su 150.54
Katherine Papke, ser 72.00 Pinnacle Bank, su 149.00
Quill, su 375.02
Strope Law, fees 525.00
A&R Construction, pmt 320,049.73
Accounts Management, pmt 645.20
Appeara, su 245.36
Barco Municipal, su 268.44
Blain Pumping, su 330.00 Carhart Lumber, su 167.94
Holt Co Independent, ad 165.30 K&K Welding, su 68.53
NMC, su 2,807.48
Ogden's Ace, su 31.99
Olsson, fees 15,624.37 O'Neill Auto, su 274.72
O'Neill Lumber, su 88.00 O'Neill Shopper, ad 12.50
Ranchland Auto, su 44.99
Rowse Hydraulic Rakes, ser 20.00
Shad's Electric, ser 6,424.58 Town & Country, su 1,000.00
Greg Walters, su 177.16 SEWER FUND
AKRS, su 44.26
Cole Sand & Gravel, su 150.00
Colonial Research, su 2,765.00 Hach Co, su 588.44
Hutcheson, su 20,891.38 Macqueen Equipment, su 42.35
Midwest Labs, ser 264.50 NE Rural Water, fees 480.00
NE Water Environment, fees 180.00 NCDHD, ser 2.00
Ogden's Ace, su 69.99
One Call Concepts, fees 121.12
O'Neill Auto, su 8.04
O'Neill Electric, ser 269.55
Pinnacle Bank, su 6.69 Tax Commissioner, tax 3845.12
Taylor Made, su 148.55
Torpin's, su 32.21
Town & Country, ser 625.00 USA Blue Book, su 40.89
Badger Meter, su 77.80
City Utility Deposit, re 1,470.00
Cole Sand & Gravel, su 150.00 Fedex, ser 241.71
Metering & Tech, su 3,096.05 NE DOT, pmt 20,320.02
NE Public Health, tests 509.00 NE Rural Water, fees 480.00
NE Support, pmt 545.52
Niobrara Valley, util 196.54
NCDHD, ser 2.00
Olsson, fees 17,911.31
One Call Concepts, fees 121.12 O'Neill Electric, ser 178.55
Pinnacle Bank, su 6.69
Rutjens Const, pmt 347,820.00
Sargent Drilling, pmt 10,345.70
Tax Commissioner, tax 634.35
Taylor Made, su 148.55
Torpin's, su 6.83
SOLID WASTE FUND
Accounts Management, pmt 1,268.55 AKRS, su 256.29
Avera Med Group, ser 189.00 Butler Co. Landfill, fee 47,468.20
Connot Tire, ser 100.00
Cubby's, su 212.99
Holt Co Independent, ad 66.00 Klute Truck, su 4,200.00
Matheson Tri-Gas, su 36.40 Niobrara Valley, util 630.11
North Central RC&D, ser 500.00 One Office, su 33.99
Dori Rich, clean 300.00
Stick It Vinyl, su 485.00
Strope Law, fees 840.00
SUSIE KRAMER, WARD II
KAYLA BURDICK, WARD I
Council member Burdick asked Police Chief Matt Otte and City Attorney Strope to explain the nuisance procedure.
Moved by Baker, second by Gleason to adjourn. Roll call vote as follows: All Ayes. Motion carried.
The meeting adjourned at 7:39 P.M.
SCOTT MENISH, MAYOR
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