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Commissioners Proceedings Statement - Tuesday, October 20, 2020
The Sheridan County Board of Commissioners met at the Courthouse on October 20, 2020, as advertised on the County website sheridancountyne.gov and in the 10-14 edition of the Sheridan County Journal Star. Present were Chairman Loren Paul, Commissioners Bruce Messersmith and James Krotz, Clerk Sindy Coburn and Treasurer Renee Thies. 

Acting as the Board of Equalization, the Commissioners approved the minutes of the 10-13 meeting. There was no other business for the BOE and there was no public comment. 

Acting as the Board of Commissioners (BOC) the Board audited and approved salary claims and signed claim checks. The Board approved the following resolutions authorizing the transfer of funds according to the provisions of the approved 2020-2021 Budget: 
$41,000 from Inheritance to General; 
$1,409,473.06 (in 8 payments) from General to Roads; 
$158,066.22 (in 8 payments) from General to Weeds; 
$5,000 from General to Extension Sinking Fund; 
$1,000 from General to Reappraisal. 

Treasurer Renee Thies submitted her report on 2019 Distress Warrants. Of the 59 Warrants issued 31 were collected and 19 were uncollected. 

Road Superintendent Richard Cross reported that recent precipitation had made the grading of roads possible in some areas. 

Sheriff Jeff Brewer presented the Highway 20 Inter-Local Law Enforcement Agreement for renewal. The agreement includes agencies from the NE/WY border to Ainsworth. The BOC approved agreement. 

The BOC approved the appointment of Zoe Snyder of Hay Springs to the County Visitor Improvement Board. 

The BOC approved a service agreement with PowerTech for the maintenance of the emergency power generator. 

The BOC discussed and approved a 3-year recommitment to participate in the Nebraska Intergovernmental Risk Management Association (NIRMA). The recommitment brings to the County a $6,139 incentive dividend. 

Deputy County Attorney Jamian Simmons met with the BOC in closed session to discuss pending litigation. No action was taken. 

Clerk of the District Court Carol Stouffer and Building Superintendent Jeff Davis appeared to discuss the need for improvement to the heating system in the district courtroom. Davis warned that the electrical service to the courtroom may be inadequate for heating upgrades. He will research the matter further. 

The BOC reviewed and approved a $2,000 grant request prepared by GIVE Director Bev Wellnitz for submission to the Ukena Foundation. Thalia Wilson of the NEBRASKA STRONG RECOVERY PROGRAM appeared to present information on behavioral health services available to people impacted by the Covid pandemic. NEBRASKA STRONG is an initiative of Region 1 Behavioral Services. 

Tanya Storer, candidate for the district 43 seat in the Unicameral, appeared to answer questions and hear concerns from members of the Board. 

The Commissioners concluded their business for the day by conducting the required, quarterly inspection of the Jail. The next scheduled meeting of the Commissioners will be Tuesday November 10 at 9:00 at the Courthouse. 

Written by James Krotz

Posted by Jack Andersen
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Commissioners Claims - Tuesday, October 13, 2020
The Sheridan County Board of Commissioners met at 9:00 A.M. in the Commissioners Office, Courthouse. All members present. The following claims were audited, approved and ordered paid. GENERAL
MIPS, ser, 3,110.97; Adgraphix, sup, 457.00; Catherine Allen, reimb, 30.90; Black Hills Energy, ser, 198.80; Blue Cross Blue Shield, ser, 46,710.30; Blue Star Police Supply, sup, 184.96; Bosselman’s Inc, sup, 223.70; Jeff W Brewer, reimb, 38.50; Bud’s Pest Control, ser, 160.00; Business Connection, sup, 779.58; Century Business Products, sup, 145.20; Chadron Comm. Hospital, ser, 125.00; City of Rushville, ser, 214.10; Clerk of the District Court, costs, 252.00; Coast to Coast Computer, sup, 295.98; Sindy L Coburn, reimb, 103.50; Collin Flags, sup, 135.40; Copy Shoppe, sup, 239.95; Evelyn Crane, ser, 8.00; Crites, Shaffer, Connealy, ser, 3,205.00; Cullers Law, ser, 993.60; Culligan Water Conditioning, sup, 69.00; DAS St. Accounting, ser, 320.60; Jeff Davis, reimb, 50.00; Doco-Shred, ser, 80.00; ES&S, sup, 1,902.70; Sharon Engel, ser, 4.00; Extra Hand on Demand, ser, 910.00; First Concord Benefits, ser, 15.00; Gordon True Value, sup, 374.00; Great Plains Comm., ser, 2,332.66; Harris Sales, sup, 108.64; Hay Springs Hip Hop, ser, 9.50; Shavona Henry, reimb, 16.49; Hinn’s Ace Hardware, sup, 40.14; Hinn’s Gordon Auto, sup, 308.88; Hinn’s Home Furnishings, sup, 7.58; Holiday Inn Kearney, ser, 269.85; Homestead Building, sup, 174.34; Huls Professional Nutrition, ser, 640.00; Ideal Markets, sup, 282.68; Eloise J Kampbell, ser, 11.00; Sandra Loosvelt, ser, 18.00; MANNA, ser, 11,000.00; Maximus Inc., ser, 200.00; Melissa Mracek, reimb, 33.58; NPPD, ser, 1,047.00; Nebraska Total Office, sup, 195.65; Marie Nelson, reimb, 80.00; New Christian Center, rent, 750.00; NWRPPD, ser, 54.29; Karen K Palmer, ser, 7.00; Kristi Paul, ser, 7.00; Power Tech, sup, 165.00; Terry E Robbins, ser, 7.00; Scottsbluff Corporate, sup, 589.77; Sheridan County Court, costs, 797.00; Sheridan County Journal Star, ser, 561.73; Sheridan County Sheriff, reimb, 721.69; Sides & Milburn, ser, 1,161.29; Tina Skinner, reimb, 104.51; Smith, King, Simmons and Conn, reimb, 368.42; Michael V Smith, ser, 16.00; Gary Sones, reimb, 325.45; Stockmens Drug, sup, 239.88; Donna Talbot, ser, 14.00; Renee Thies, reimb, 120.75; UNL Extension-Box Butte, ser, 97.35; US Food Service, sup, 2,360.53; Michael T Varn, reimb, 1,178.44; Westco, sup, 2,454.93; Western Pathology, ser, 1,000.00. GENERAL TOTAL- $91,215.76 
ROAD
Black Hills Energy, ser, 154.66; Bosselman’s Inc., sup, 3,549.29; Jerry Bottorff, sup, 603.00; Century Link, ser, 94.10; City of Gordon, ser, 131.10; City of Rushville, ser, 97.00; Croell Redi-Mix, sup, 9,843.97; Richard Cross, reimb, 157.00; Great Plains Comm., ser, 110.27; Hay Springs Lumber & Hdwr., sup, 34.96; Hay Springs Water Dept., ser, 121.80; Hinn’s Ace Hardware, sup, 60.75; Hinn’s Gordon Auto, sup, 622.57; Hughbanks Farms, sup, 9,135.00; Cleo Hull, sup, 603.00; Inland Truck Parts, sup, 154.75; Koinzan Trucking, ser, 1,937.30; Mainline Contracting Inc., ser, 6,980.00; Nebraska Dept. of Revenue, ser, 3,880.00; NPPD, ser, 378.60; NMC Exchange, sup, 968.93; Panhandle Rural Electric, ser, 98.67; Powerplan, sup, 257.50; Rushville Service Center, ser, 15.00; Sandhill Oil Co, sup, 1,782.12; Scott Manufacturer, sup, 16.32; Scottsbluff Corporate, sup, 172.11; Sherburn Trucking LLC, ser, 6,091.80; Clayton C Tallon, sup, 3,182.74; Westco, sup, 3,856.12, Wreck-A-Mended, ser, 94.50. ROAD TOTAL- $52,178.83.
E-911
Century Link, ser, 75.33; Golden West Telecomm., ser, 133.47; Great Plains Comm., ser, 399.23; E-911 TOTAL- $608.03. 
WIRELESS 911
Century Link, ser, 92.06; Comtech Solacom Technologies, ser, 20,794.21; Golden West Telecomm., ser, 163.13; Great Plains Comm., ser, 487.95; WIRELESS 911 TOTAL- $21,537.35. 
BUILDING FUND
Rushville Service Center, ser, 3,549.58; Tile Concepts llc, ser, 4,800.00. BUILDING FUND TOTAL- $8,349.58. 
WEED 
Business Connection, sup, 31.55; Sheridan County Journal Star, 303.00; Seth Tausan, reimb, 50.00; Westco, sup, 216.02. WEED TOTAL $600.57. 
TOTAL OF ALL CLAIMS AUDITED, APPROVED, AND ORDERED PAID: $179,496.46. 
/s/ Geri Ann Landreth, Deputy County Clerk 

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