Bridgeport, Nebraska

Thursday, July 9, 2015

 

 

            The Morrill County Board of Commissioners met in an open and public meeting at 9:00 A.M., Thursday, July 9, 2015 and Friday, July 10, 2015 in the Commissioners’ room at the Courthouse.  Chairperson Erdman announced that the Open Meetings Law was posted on the wall in the Commissioners’ room.  The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.  Notice of such meeting having been published in the Bridgeport News-Blade and the Bayard Transcript on July 1, 2015.  Copies of the Agenda, kept continuously current were available from the County Clerk’s office and were e-mailed to each of the Commissioners, July 6, 2015.  On roll call Commissioners Steve Erdman, Chairperson, Jeff Metz and Susanna Batterman were present.  Absent: None. Travis Rodak, County Attorney, and Rose Nelson, County Assessor were also present. Kathleen L. Brandt, County Clerk, recorded the proceedings of the meeting.

 

            Motion was made by Batterman, seconded by Metz, to approve the Agenda.  Yeas: Batterman, Metz and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

            Bryan Hoerler, County Highway Superintendent, presented a bid from Koozer Construction Inc., from Alliance, NE for the Road Rehab.   Koozer Construction representatives were present.  Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to approve the contract with Koozer Construction, Inc.  Yeas: Metz, Batterman and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

Board of Equalization

 

            See separate minutes.

 

            There being no further discussion, Chairperson Erdman adjourned the meeting at 12:52 P.M. on July 10, 2015.

                                                                                                                                     /s/Steve Erdman                              ,Chairperson

 

ATTEST:

 

/s/Kathleen L. Brandt               ,County Clerk

               

 

 

  Bridgeport, Nebraska

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

 

  

            The Morrill County Board of Commissioners met in an open and public regular meeting at 8:00 A.M., Tuesday, July 14, 2015 in the Commissioners’ room at the Courthouse. Chairperson Erdman announced that the new Open Meetings Law was posted on the wall of the Commissioners’ room. The meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance. Notice of such meeting have been published in the Bayard Transcript and the Bridgeport News-Blade on July 8, 2015.  Copies of the Agenda, kept continuously current were available from the County Clerk’s office and were e-mailed to each of the Commissioners on July 10, 2015.  On roll call Commissioners Steve Erdman, Chairperson, Jeff Metz and Susanna Batterman were present. Absent: None.  Travis Rodak, County Attorney was present.  Kathleen L. Brandt, County Clerk, recorded the proceedings of the meeting.

                       

            Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to approve the Agenda and the Minutes of the June 23, July 9 and July 10 meetings.  Yeas: Metz, Batterman and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

Correspondence was received and read. 

 

            The Commissioners reviewed the following claims:

 

GENERAL FUND

 

Action Communications Inc, Repairs, $84.95; Aging Office of Western NE, Aging Costs, $2,562.00; Air Med Care Network, Insurance, $2,650.00; Allo Communications, Service, $710.06; American Family Life Insurance, Insurance, $541.48; $541.40; Ameritas Life Insurance Corp, Retirement, $5,063.35; $5,066.60; Benzel Pest Control Inc, Spraying, $220.00; Kathy Brandt, Mileage, $186.30; Bridgeport News-Blade, Publishing & Supplies, $424.55; Brigeport 66 Service & Towing, Repairs, $105.00; Capital Business Systems Inc, Data Processing Costs, $159.19; Ismael Cardenas, Co Sheriff, Court Costs, $154.32; CCECC, Code Red, $3,820.00; Charter Communications, Service, $265.60; Credit Management Services Inc, Garnishment, $126.97; $126.97; Culligan of Scottsbluff, Service & Repairs, $121.25; Dept of Revenue, State Tax, $2,352.41; Family Support Registry, Child Support, $211.00; $211.00; Vergil Lee Frickey, Prior Service, $120.00; Steve Hutchinson, Repairs, $345.29; John Deere Financial, Repairs, $218.02; Justice Data Solutions Inc, Data Processing Costs, $2,100.00; Laura A. Lopez, Prior Service, $12.00; Lori McCoy, Mileage, $504.85; Mass Mutual Retirement Services, Deferred Comp, $50.00; $50.00; Mediation West, Misc, $50.00; Microfilm Imaging Systems, Equip Lease, $150.00; Mid-American Research Chemical Corp, Supplies, $209.00; Larry L. Miller, Atty, Public Defender, $1,384.37; MIPS Inc, Data Processing Costs, $2,753.59; Mobius Communications Co, Service, $58.50; Morrill County Community Hospital, Medical-Prisoners, $96.55; Morrill County Court, Court Costs, $254.75; Morrill County Health Plan, Employee Premiums, $1,888.32; $1,984.30; Morrill County Highway Dept, Fuel, $263.35; Brian Moss, Data Processing, $1,500.00; Nationwide Management Services Inc, Subscription, $280.00; NE Child Support, Child Support, $138.47; NE Crime Commission, Subscription & Law Library, $16.00; NE State Treasurer, Refund Tax Distribution, $1,440.77; NE Total Office, Service Contract & Equip, $110.00; NE U. C. Fund-Dept of Labor, Unemploy, $2,659.00; NIRMA, Insurance, $39,547.00; Off Broadway Business Products, Supplies, $8.49; Panhandle Co-op, Fuel, $79.69; Platte Valley Bank, HSA Accts, $1,630.00; $1,584.00; Platte Valley Bank, Federal Withholding, Social Security & Medicare, $9,743.44; $9,659.80; Region I Mental Health & Substance Abuse Treatment, Service, $14,534.00; Region 21 Emergency Mngmt, Emergency Mngmt, $16,191.85; Betty Reuter, Uniforms, $25.00;  Travis Rodak, Office Expense, $349.62; Travis Rodak, Rent, $425.00; Sonny’s Pharmacy, Medical-Prisoners, $50.90; Sonny’s Super Foods, Board of Prisoners & Supplies, $86.02; SourceGas, Service, $157.39; Susan D. Sparks, Postage, $15.25; Star-Herald, Publishing, $474.70; Trail City Supply, Repairs & Misc, $24.66; Transcript Gate LLC, Publishing, $621.72; Wex Bank, Fuel, $180.67; Xerox Corp, Equip Rental, $558.73;  General Employees, Salaries, $44,436.78; $44,047.43.

 

ROAD/BRIDGE FUND

 

Allo Communications, Service, $107.84; Stan Amateis, Supplies, $16.24; American Family Life Insurance, Insurance, $133.89; $133.86; Ameritas Life Insurance Corp, Retirement, $2,345.43; $2,410.82; B & C Steel Corp, Steel Products, $10.14; Baker & Assoc Inc, Engingeering, $2,756.00;  Bridgeport News-Blade, Publishing, $55.46; Bridgeport 66 Service & Towing, Repairs, $157.00; Century Link, Service, $71.47; Charter Communications, Service, $64.99; City of Bayard, Service, $208.02; City of Bridgeport, Service, $306.88; Dept of Revenue, State Income Tax, $1,095.76; Filter Care of NE, Repairs, $25.40; Heigel’s Field Service, Repairs, $1,212.50; Hireright Solutions, Testing Fees, $163.50; Ideal Linen Supply, Supplies, $80.16;  Koozer Construction Inc, Disaster Costs, $31,710.00; Lawson Products Inc, Supplies, $458.96; Menards-Scottsbluff, Supplies, $67.91; Morrill County Health Plan, Employee Premiums, $893.72; $893.72; NE Dept of Rev/Motor Fuels Div, Fuel Tax, $282.00; NE Total Office, Supplies, $46.58; NIRMA, Insurance, $45,239.00; Panhandle Collections Inc, Garnishment, $217.13; Platte Valley Bank, HSA Accts, $800.00; $800.00; Platte Valley Bank, Federal Withholding, Social Security & Medicare, $4,597.74; $4,703.00; Pro Overhead Door Inc, Repairs, $184.00; Renkoski Property Development LLC, Spraying, $1,528.65; SourceGas, Service, $542.67; Staples Contract & Commercial, Supplies, $73.42; Transcript Gate LLC, Publishing & Subscription, $102.08; Village of Broadwater, Service, $81.08; Jack Wagoner, Supplies, $38.96; Wyoming Child Support Enforcement, Child Support, $253.84; $254.84; 21st Century Equip Inc, Repairs, $156.72;  Road Employees, Salaries, $22,083.74; $22,336.47.

 

 

 

HANDYMAN FUND

 

 American Family Life Insurance, Insurance, $128.81; Ameritas Life Insurance Corp, Retirement, $61.88; Logan Conley, Service, $244.00; Garland Crouse, Service, $127.50; Dept of Revenue, State Income Tax, $12.92; Kathy Ewert, Service, $156.00; Marvin Kirk Nussbaum, Service, $90.00; Jim Ostdiek, Service, $508.00; Adam Ouderkirk, Service, $50.00; Platte Valley Bank, Federal Withholding, Social Security & Medicare, $104.70; Carl Shaw, Service, $30.00; Handyman Employee, Salary, $550.00.

 

911 FUND

           

            Century Link, Service, $289.29; GeoComm Inc, Contract, $2,101.00.

 

 

 

COURTHOUSE BUILDING FUND

 

            John Deere Financial, Rock, $494.10; Professional Engineer Consult P.A., Contract, $1,500.00.

 

WEED CONTROL AUTHORITY FUND

 

SourceGas, Service, $47.78.

 

W911 FUND

 

Century Link, Service, $240.95; GeoComm Inc, Contract, $1,719.00.

 

            Motion was made by Batterman, seconded by Metz, that the above claims be approved, and checks drawn on the various funds, delinquent personal property taxes deducted where owing.  Yeas: Batterman, Metz and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

Board of Equalization

 

See separate minutes for Board of Equalization.

 

Dan Murphy presented a subdivision of property and resolution.  Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to approve the subdivision and to adopt the following resolution:

 

RESOLUTION #2015-20

 

RESOLUTION APPROVING INSTRUMENT EFFECTING SUBDIVISION TO REAL ESTATE.

 

            BE IT RESOLVED, that the present record owners, ARLA Cattle Company, Dan Murphy, has applied for approval of an instrument effecting the subdivision of the below-described premises located in Morrill County, Nebraska.

 

            NOW, THEREFOR, PURSUANT TO Sec. 23-372 R.R.S., et seq., the Board of County Commissioners of Morrill County, Nebraska, does hereby authorize and permit subdivision of the following described real estate in Morrill County, Nebraska:

 

            A Tract of land situated in Section 3 and Alt Section 40, Township 23 North, Range 47 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Morrill County, Nebraska, more particularly described as follows:

            Referring to the Northeast Corner of said Section 3; with a line from the Northwest Corner of Section 28, Township 24 North, Range 47 West of the 6th PM and the Northeast Corner of said Section 3 having a bearing of S 46º 10’ 26” E; Thence, S 61º 58’ 23” W for a distance of 3310.19 feet, said point being the true point of beginning; Thence N 75º 15’ 45” W for a distance of 58.85 feet; Thence, N 24º 25’ 51” E for a distance of 140.62 feet; Thence, N 41º 26’ 05” W for a distance of 423.79 feet; Thence, S 12º 45’ 26” W for a distance of 466.99 feet; Thence, S 52º 19’ 58” E for a distance of 189.26 feet; Thence, S 77º 16’ 57” E for a distance of 212.23 feet; Thence, N 12º 36’ 43” E for a distance of 124.71 feet; Thence, N 24º 42’ 25” W for a distance of 15.86 feet; Thence, N 13º 06’ 29” E for a distance of 21.56 feet to the True Point of Beginning, containing an area of 3.27 acres, more or less.

 

            NOTE:  Any driveway, grading or culvert to be at owner expense.

            NOTE:  The Morrill County Zoning Administration has reviewed the zoning and land use and has determined its compliance with Morrill County Zoning Regulations.

            NOTE:  Publication of this document for the newspapers and filing fees at owner expense.

 

            Passed and approved this 14th day of July, 2015.

 

 

                                                                                    /s/Steve Erdman                                  

                                                                                    Chairperson, County Board

 

                                                                                    /s/Jeff Metz                                         

                                                                                    Member, County Board

(S E A L)

                                                                                    /s/Susanna Batterman                          

                                                                                    Member, County Board

ATTEST:

/s/Kathleen L. Brandt              

County Clerk

 

Yeas: Metz, Batterman and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

            Bryan Hoerler, County Highway Superintendent, met with the Board regarding a letter that would allow Bryan to sign the documents for the disaster.  Erdman signed the document authorizing Hoerler to sign.  Hoerler said the grinding was going good and only 1.4 mile left south of Bridgeport.  Metz suggested that if we use the machine for 3 weeks plus one day to keep it for the entire month.  Hoerler presented the color coded maps that he uses for the staff showing what road they worked on and what they did for each day.

 

            Nancy Eichthaler, Handyman/Handi-Bus Director, presented the agreement with the State Dept. of Roads, Project RPT C621 (216).  She said the figures and plan she had submitted had been approved and that the County will receive $82,201 in Federal money and $21,685 in State money that we will have to match.  Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to approve and sign the agreement.  Yeas: Metz, Batterman and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

            Andy Forney, Public Banker for D. A. Davidson, presented the Lease-purchase agreement for the Energy project.  When the Board reviewed it, they asked if the payment dates could be changed to coincide with the taxes being paid.  Forney said he could bring it to the next meeting with the changes and they can adopt the resolution then.

 

            Samantha Stoltenberg and Steve Jobman, representing RCI, met with the Board to present the final numbers for the Health Insurance renewal.  Stoltenberg said they had negotiated the price down from as 21% increase to a 10% increase, if we eliminate Plan A.  Discussion was held regarding raising the employee share on Plan B and increasing the deductibles on Plan D.  Stoltenberg asked if we could have a meeting in October to explain any changes they may decide on and a chance to explain to the individuals what plans would work best.  Open enrollment will be in from November 15 through December 1, 2015, to allow the changes for the 2016 year.  Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to approve the renewal, to eliminate Plan A and to allow Kathy Brandt, County Clerk, to sign the necessary paperwork.  Yeas: Metz, Batterman and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

            A resolution from JEO Consulting Group was received regarding participation in the 2016 North Platte NRD Hazard Mitigation Plan.  The adoption of the resolution will allow Morrill County to receive grant funding for projects for disasters.  Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to adopt the following resolution:

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2015-21

A RESOLUTION OF PARTICIPATION

IN THE ALL-HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN

 

WHEREAS, MORRILL COUNTY recognizes that no community is immune from natural or manmade hazards whether it be severe weather, flooding, tornadoes, winter storms, wild fires, chemical spills, etc., and recognizes the importance to its citizens in enhancing its ability to protect against these hazards, and the importance of reducing the human suffering, property damage, interruption of public services and economic losses caused by those hazards; and

 

WHEREAS, by participating in the All-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update, Morrill County will be eligible for pre-disaster grants and funds; and,

 

WHEREAS, North Platte Natural Resources Districts are proposing to serve as the coordination agencies for the update of the multi-jurisdictional All-Hazards Mitigation Plan for their respective Districts and four-county area of Scotts Bluff, Banner, Morrill and Garden counties and all associated local government entities, and

 

WHEREAS, the Morrill County Board of Commissioners desires to work towards becoming more disaster resilient; and,

 

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT:

 

The Morrill County Board of Commissioners approves participation in the proposed All-Hazards Mitigation Plan Update process described above, and pledges to attend required meetings and participate in those activities necessary to complete and effective plan for the public we serve.

 

IN WITNESS THEREOF, this resolution was approved and executed this 14th day of July, 2015.

Morrill County Board of Commissioners

 

/s/Steve Erdman                                              

                                                                                    (S E A L)

/s/Jeff Metz                                                     

 

/s/Susanna Batterman                                                   ATTEST:

 

                                                                                    /s/Kathleen L. Brandt                          

                                                                                    Morrill County Clerk

 

Yeas: Metz, Batterman and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

            The June minutes of the Morrill County Safety Committee were received, reviewed and placed on file.

 

            The Commissioners reported on meetings they had attended.  Metz reported on the CAPWN meeting and Batterman reported on the Public Health meeting.

 

           

 

 

 

 

            Travis Rodak, County Attorney, presented the Subaward Agreement for Child Support for approval. Rodak explained that this award gets money for the county for Child Support enforcement. Motion was made by Batterman, seconded by Metz, to approve and sign the agreement.  Yeas: Batterman, Metz and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

            Milo Cardenas, County Sheriff, reported on new people he will be hiring. 

 

            Eva Draper, Head Custodian, asked about the concrete that was breaking up.  The Commissioners told her for the cost and it’s in her budget, to get it fixed.

 

            There being no further discussion, Chairperson Erdman adjourned the meeting at 11:23 A.M.  Next meeting will be Monday, July 27, 2015.

 

           

                                                                                     /s/Steve Erdman               ,Chairperson

ATTEST:

 

/s/Kathleen L. Brandt               ,County Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Board of Equalization

Thursday, July 9, 2015

 

            The Morrill County Board of Equalization met in an open and public meeting at 9:15 A.M., Thursday, July 9, 2015 and Friday, July 10, 2015 in the Commissioners’ room at the Courthouse.   Chairperson Erdman announced that a copy of the Open Meetings Law was posted on the wall of the Commissioners’ room. Notice of such meeting having been published in the Bridgeport News-Blade and the Bayard Transcript on July 1, 2015.  Copies of the Agenda, kept continuously current were available from the County Clerk’s office and were e-mailed to each of the Commissioners, July 6, 2015.  On roll call Commissioners Steve Erdman, Chairperson, Jeff Metz and Susanna Batterman were present.  Absent: None. Rose Nelson, County Assessor was also present. Kathleen L. Brandt, County Clerk, recorded the proceedings of the meeting.

 

            Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to enter into Board of Equalization at 9:15 A.M., according to Ne. Statute #77-122.04(6) at 9:15 A.M.  Yeas:  Metz, Batterman and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

            Kathy Brandt, County Clerk, swore in the County Board of Equalization and the Property Valuation Protestors.

 

            Protests were heard from the following: Batterman Land & Cattle LLC, George & Margaret Karubus, Leon C. Gillespie, Stephen McKean, Harry Henkel, Frank & Lori Nerud, Cheema Investment LLC, Robert & Mike Rodgers, Kevin Stuart & Stuart Land & Cattle, and Pappas Farms LTD.

 

            Chairperson Erdman recessed the meeting for lunch at 12:14 P.M.

 

Chairperson Erdman reconvened the meeting at 1:07 P.M.  Present were Commissioners, Steve Erdman, Chairperson, Jeff Metz and Susanna Batterman.  Rose Nelson, County Assessor, was present.  Kathleen L. Brandt, County Clerk, recorded the proceedings of the meeting.

           

Property Valuation Protestors were sworn in.

 

Protests were heard from the following:  Don & Deanne Didier, William Stall, Denver Borders, Matt Huck, Matt Huck for Tom & Jack Osborne, Judy Beckmark(by phone), Louis & Brian Sauer, Ned Loxterkamp, Don Rice, Edward & Laurie Haack, Denny Hogeland, Delores Thomas, Roy Peters, Todd Filipi and Dwayne Nolte.  The Commissioners also reviewed the protests for Earl Boman.  Rodney G. Huskey withdrew his protests

 

Chairperson Erdman recessed the meeting at 5:30 P.M.

 

Thursday, July 10, 2015

 

Chairperson Erdman reconvened the meeting of the Board of Equalization at 10:00 A.M., Thursday, July 10, 2015. Chairperson Erdman announced that a copy of the Open Meetings Law was posted on the wall of the Commissioners’ room. The meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.  On roll call were Commissioners, Steve Erdman, Chairperson, Jeff Metz and Susanna Batterman.  Rose Nelson, County Assessor, was also present.  Kathleen L. Brandt, County Clerk, recorded the proceedings of the meeting.

 

Property Valuation Protestors were sworn in.

 

Protests were heard from the following: Debbie Wiggins, Lenard Ott, Mary Wallesen, Gerald Green(by phone) Rick & Jama Oenning and Ivan Dobrinski.  The Commissioners reviewed the protests of the following that did not attend:  Mendi Moranville, S & J Land Co., Michael Lindquist, Melinda & Roland Peters, Steve & Mike Leever, Brent Lowe, Nelda Robinson, Mud Springs Land & Cattle, LLC, and Joseph Mazur.

 

Discussion was held regarding equalizing the classes.

 

Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to return to regular session at 12:51 P.M.  Yeas: Metz, Batterman and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

 

                                                            /s/Steve Erdman                                        ,Chairperson

ATTEST:

/s/Kathleen L. Brandt               ,County Clerk

 

Board of Equalization

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

 

 

The Morrill County Board of Equalization met in an open and public regular meeting at 8:13 A.M., Tuesday, July 14, 2015 in the Commissioners’ room at the Courthouse. Chairperson Erdman announced that the Open Meetings Law was posted on the wall of the Commissioners’ room.  Notice of such meeting having been published in the Bridgeport News-Blade and the Bayard Transcript on July 8, 2015.  Copies of the Agenda, kept continuously current were available from the County Clerk’s office and were e-mailed to each of the Commissioners, July 10, 2015.  On roll call Commissioners Steve Erdman, Chairman, Jeff Metz and Susanna Batterman were present. Absent: None. Travis Rodak, County Attorney, Rose Nelson, County Assessor, and Loretta McCoy, County Treasurer were also present. Kathleen L. Brandt, County Clerk, recorded the proceedings of the meeting.

 

            Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to enter into Board of Equalization, according to Ne. Statute #77-1233.04(6) at 8:13 A.M.  Yeas: Metz, Batterman and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

            Chairperson Erdman opened the Public Hearing for a Tax Exemption on a vehicle owned by Teen Challenge of the Midlands.  Loretta McCoy, County Treasurer, presented the Exemption.  There being no one present to offer any objections, Chairperson Erdman closed the hearing at 8:16 A.M.  Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to approve the Tax Exemption on a vehicle owned by Teen Challenge of the Midlands. Yeas: Metz, Batterman and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

            Rose Nelson, County Assessor, presented the Over & Under Valuation Report.  Motion was made by Batterman, seconded by Metz, to approve and sign the report.  Yeas: Batterman, Metz and Erdman.    Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

            The Board reviewed the Property Valuation Protests that were heard last week.  Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to make no changes to the following Property Valuation Protests: #49-50-Judy K. Beckmark; #30 & 32-Earl Boman; #100 & 103-Ivan F. & Joyce L. Dobrinksi; #139-Todd E & Amanda L. Filipi; #18-Leon C. Gillespie; #73-75-Richard R & Betty L. Green Trust; #37-43-Harry & Phyllis Henkel; #13-14-Debra Kildow, Cindy Policky & Helen Langhofer; #28-Steve & Mike Leever; #52-71-Mud Springs Land & Cattle LLC; #129-132-Lenard Ott; #27-Melinda & Roland Peters; #20-25-Robert & Celeste Rodgers; #82-84, #88-89-Sauer Brothers LLC; #76-80-Louie Sauer; #104-107-Wally W. & Mary M. Wallesen;

Yeas:  Metz, Batterman and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

            Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to make changes to the following Property Valuation Protests: #31, 33-36-Earl Boman, Adjust acres to match GIS; #1-Denver Borders-Lower house value; #16-17-Cheema Investment-Lower to purchase price; #44-Don E. & Deanne J. Didier-Correct accretion & remove blinds & Change to Special Valuation; #101-Ivan F. & Joyce L. Dobrinski-Change land use, #99-Dobrinksi-Change to Special Valuation, #102-Dobrinski-Match FSA Records; #96-Four S Ranch LLC, Change land use; #93-Denny Hogeland, Change land use; #108, #110-112, #114-119-Matt & Heidi Huck-Change Land use, #109-Huck-Change to Special Valuation,#113-Huck-Move to improvement value & adjust land use, #120-Huck-Combine parcel & lower value; #12-Michael D. Lindquist, Lower house value; #45-Brent Lowe-Match FSA Records: #90-92-Kenneth & Naomi Loxterkamp, Adjust acres, Lower building value & remove hunting blind; #26-Stephen McKean-Lower house value; #122-Joseph A. & Betty L. Mazur-Remove building; #4-Mendie Moranville, Lower building value; #123, 126 & 128-Dwayne Nolte Revocable Trust-Combine parcels and adjust land use, #125-Nolte-Lower to dryland, #124-Nolte-Remove building, #127-Nolte-Lower house value, unfinished basement; #133-135-Rick & Jama Oenning-Lower value because of condition, change from commercial to residential; #121-Tom & Jack Osborne-Change land use; #72-Pappas Farms LTD Partnership-Change land use; #2-Roy Peters-Lower building value; #5-Donald Rice-Adjust value on irrigated land; #51-Nelda Robinson, Lower Building Value; #19-Robert & Michael Rodgers-Change home site to Farm Acre site value; #6-S & J Land Co.-Change Land Use; #85-87-Sauer Brothers LLC-Change land use, Lower Mobile Home value; #81-Louis Sauer-Change land use; #3-William P. Stall-Lower house value; #94-95-Stuart Land & Cattle-Match land use with GIS, Change land use & remove homesite;  #29-Kevin Stuart-Change land use;  #136-138-D & N Thomas Farms LLC-Remove building & change grass to irrigated grass; #97-98-Lee A. & Debra K. Wiggins-Change land use; Yeas:  Metz, Batterman and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

           

            The Board discussed the WRP ground. Nelson said there are no sales in the State to compare this property to.  Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to adjust the WRP acres on #15-Edward & Laurie Haack.  Yeas: Metz, Batterman and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.  Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to make no change to WRP ground for #46-48-Frank & Lori Nerud.  Yeas: Metz and Erdman.  Nays: Batterman.  Motion carried.  Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to make no change to WRP ground for #7-9-Batterman Land & Cattle LLC.  Yeas: Metz and Erdman.  Nays: None. Abstained: Batterman.  Motion carried.

 

 

            Motion was made by Metz, seconded by Batterman, to return to regular session at 8:35 A.M.  Yeas: Metz, Batterman and Erdman.  Nays: None.  Motion carried.

 

                       

                                                                                    /s/Steve Erdman                           ,Chairperson

 

ATTEST:

 

/s/Kathleen L. Brandt               ,County Clerk