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Commissioners Proceedings Statement - Friday, February 24, 2023
The Sheridan County Board of Commissioners (BOC) met on Tuesday January 24, at the County Courthouse. Notice of the meeting was published on the county website sheridancounty.ne.gov. The meeting was open to the public and a ZOOM connection was also available. Present were Chairman Bruce Messersmith, Commissioners Dan Kling and James Krotz, County Clerk Sindy Coburn, Treasurer Renee Thies and Clerk of the District Court Carol Stouffer. 

The BOC audited and approved salary claims. 

Treasurer Renee Thies presented an ARPA funds grant request for safety/security upgrades in the Treasurer’s Office in the amount of $3,500. The Commissioners approved the grant. Thies informed the BOC that her office is raising the fee charged for the attachment of unpaid SWANN fees from 1 ½% to 2%. 

Brian Brennemann and Tim Vivion appeared to present several proposals from Road District 33 for the renovation of a 4.5-mile section of 109th Trail (Bingham Road). Road Superintendent Richard Cross will survey the road and present a recommendation to the BOC. 
  Cross reported that all but two motor-graders are back in service. The two disabled machines are in Scottsbluff/Gering awaiting an engine replacement and a transmission repair. Equipment operators are busy clearing intersections and widening snow-cleared lanes. 

Building Superintendent Jeff Davis reported on repair and snow removal efforts.

 Sheriff Jeff Davis and Chief Deputy Everett Langford met with the Board to discuss a building security issue. 

Marie Nelson, Extension 4-H Assistant, appeared to report on the many youth activities offered by the program. 

Val Jansante, field representative for Congressman Adrian Smith, appeared to report on Smith’s legislative agenda and to answer questions. 

Weed (and Prairie Dog) Superintendent Seth Tausan and Prairie Dog Advisory Council Member Wayne Dreyer appeared to visit with the BOC about control issues. The consensus was that the Prairie Dog Control program has been effective and is operating smoothly. The BOC re-appointed Wayne Dreyer and Rick Schneider each to another 3-year term on the five-person Advisory Council. 

The Board reviewed and approved a contract with Jamian Simmons as the newly appointed County Attorney. Most of the responsibilities of the Office are established by statute and this contract details such incidentals as travel and expense reimbursement. 

Victor Gehrig appeared to report that the North East Panhandle Substance Abuse Center (NEPSAC) in Gordon will be closing at the end of January. 

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board is February 14. The minutes of this and all meetings of the Board of Commissioners will be available to the public at the office of the Sheridan County Clerk and now are available online at sheridancounty.ne.gov. All meetings of the Board of Commissioners are held in compliance with Nebraska Open Meetings Act and the public is always welcome. 

Written by James Krotz
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Commissioners Claims - Tuesday, January 17, 2023
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Posted by Jack Andersen Alcohol Countermeasure sup Catherine Allen reimb Axon Enterprises Inc ser Black Hills Chemical sup Black Hills Doors ser Black Hills Energy ser Blue Cross Blue Shield ser Blue360 Media sup Bosselman's Inc sup Bud's Pest Control ser Business Connection ser Century Business ser Chadron Comm. Hospital ser City of Rushville ser Clerk District Count postage Clerk District Court costs Consolidated Manage Copy Shoppe Cornhusker State Indus. Crites, Shaffer, and Connealy ser Cullers Law ser Culligan Water Cond. sup Das St. Accounting ser Jeff Davis reimb Dept. of Correction ser Dennis F. Dolezal rent First Concord Benefits ser Gordon Hardware sup Gordon Memorial Hospital ser Government Forms & Sup. sup Great Plains Comm. ser Guth Laboratories Inc sup Harris Sales sup Hay Springs Hip-Hop ser Hay Springs Lumber sup Shavona Henry reimb Hinn's Ace Hardware sup Hinn's Rushville Auto sup Homestead Building sup Ideal Markets, Inc sup Intralinks Tech Sol. ser Lincoln Co. Detension ser Julie Linders rent Medical Enterprises sup Mid-States Organized ser MIPS Inc. ser NE Assn. of Co. Assess dues NE Public Power Dist. ser Nebraska Total Office sup Marie Nelson reimb Jennifer Nixon mileage Stacy Bach sec NWRPPD ser Thomas Creative Apparel sup Pitney Bowes .Financial ser Pitney Bowes Purchase ser Pitney Bowes Reserve ser Pitney Bowes Inc. ser Quill.com ser Radiology Associates ser Amy A Ragsdale ser Regional West Medical ser Rushville Service Center ser Lori D Salisbury cleaning Sheridan County Court ser Sheridan County Journal ser Sheridan County Sheriff fees Sides & Milburn, Inc ser Tina Skinner postage Smith, King, Simmons rent/ and Conn postage Smith, King, Simmons and Conn Sec Stockmens Drug sup Carol Stouffer dues/reimb Renee Thies postage US Foodservice, Inc sup USDA, Aphis, General ser Verizon sec Bev Wellnitz reimb Michael J Wellnitz ser WestCo sup Western NE Behavioral Western Pathology ser Westfield Pharmacy sup Xerox Corporation sup PROMO FUND Miles Partnership, UP ser TOTAL EXTEN. SINKING FUND Jennifer Nixon reimb TOTAL SELF FUND First Concord Benefits ser TOTAL E-911 FUND Century Link ser Golden West Telecomm. ser Great Plains Comm. ser TOTAL WIRELESS 911 FUND Century Link ser Golden West Telecomm. ser Great Plains Comm. ser OPTK Networks ser TOTAL COURTHOUSE BUILD PowerPlan ser TOTAL WEED Business Conntection ser Intralinks Tech Sol. ser Seth Tausan reimb TOTAL Barco Municipal Black Hills Energy Bosselman's Inc. Business Connection Century Link City of Gordon City of Rushville Richard Cross Frontier Service Gordon hardware Great Plains Comm. Hay Springs Water Hinn's Gordon Auto John Deere Financial Michael Todd & Co. Nebraska Dept. of Rev Nebraska Public Power NMC Exchange LLC PREMA Rushville Public Library Rushville Service Center Sandhills Oil Co. Inc Scott Manufacturer Scottsbluff Corporate Sheridan County Journal Snap-On Tools WestCo WestCo TOTAL OF ALL CLAIMS AUDITED, APPROVED AND ORDERED PAID: $345,252.22
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          The minutes of this and all meetings of the Board of Commissioners are available to the public at the office of the Sheridan County Clerk.
          All meetings of the Board of Commissioners are held in compliance with Nebraska Open Meetings Act and the public is always welcome.


 
 
 
 
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