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12-03-2018 Minutes

December 3, 2018

North Platte, Nebraska

 

Meeting of the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners. Present were Commissioners Duane Deterding, Bill Henry, Joe Hewgley and County Clerk, Rebecca Rossell.  Hewgley offered prayer. Deterding called the meeting to order at 9:00 A.M.

 

Chairman Deterding announced the Open Meeting Act with amendments is posted for public review and the county board will comply with the open meeting requirements.

 

Motion by Henry, seconded by Hewgley to approve the minutes regarding the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners meeting held on November 26, 2018. Upon roll call vote Hewgley, Henry and Deterding voted “aye”.  Nays, none.

 

Motion by Hewgley, seconded by Henry to receive and order filed the treasurer’s receipts. Upon roll call vote Hewgley, Henry and Deterding voted “aye”.  Nays, none.

 

Motion by Henry, seconded by Hewgley to receive and order filed the fee report submitted by the County Sheriff. Upon roll call vote Hewgley, Henry and Deterding voted “aye”.  Nays, none.

 

Motion by Hewgley, seconded by Henry to approve and adopt Resolution No. 2018-32 ordering the Lincoln County Attorney to foreclose on “E” Tax Sale Certificates issued by the Lincoln County Treasurer. Upon roll call vote Hewgley, Henry and Deterding voted “aye”.  Nays, none.

 

The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners recessed at 9:15 A.M. and the Lincoln County Board of Equalization convened.

 

Chairman Deterding announced the Open Meeting Act with amendments is posted for public review and the county board will comply with the open meeting requirements.

 

County Assessor, Julie Stenger appeared.

 

Motion by Henry, seconded by Hewgley to approve the minutes regarding the Lincoln County Board of Equalization meeting held on November 26, 2018. Upon roll call vote Hewgley, Henry and Deterding voted “aye”. Nays, none.

 

No certificates of correction or refund submitted by the County Assessor.

 

The Lincoln County Board of Equalization adjourned at 9:16 A.M. and the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners reconvened.

 

Lincoln County Attorney, Rebecca Harling, reported that there is an 8% reduction in grant dollars this year for the juvenile services grant. Electronic monitoring had to be taken out of the request.  She gave Commissioners a summary sheet to show all the factors this grant application would address for Lincoln County.

 

Motion by Hewgley, seconded by Henry to approve and authorize the Chairman to sign the 2019 Community Based Juvenile Services aid grant application. Upon roll call vote Hewgley, Henry and Deterding voted “aye”.  Nays, none.

 

No action was taken on the recommendation of hiring Jon Schmeider and the Huddle Up Group to work with the Visitors Bureau and Sports Commission on a Sport Tourism Strategic Plan. Lisa Burke will work to see if she can get two more informal quotes for this service.

 

Approved the following claims as presented for payment:

 

The meeting was adjourned at 9:53 A.M.

 

Advance notice and the agenda for the December 3, 2018 board meetings were sent to the county board and all others requesting the same. Advance public notice (includes agenda) of the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners meeting and the Lincoln County Board of Equalization meeting was posted at the Lincoln County Courthouse, City Hall and the Lincoln County website on November 30, 2018; and was also emailed to the media on November 30, 2018.

 

 

The agenda for the meetings to be held on Monday, December 10, 2018 will be kept

continually current and open for inspection at the office of the Lincoln County Clerk. The regular meeting of the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners will be at the Lincoln County Courthouse in the Commissioners Room at 9:00 A.M.  The regular meeting of the Lincoln County Board of Equalization will be at the Lincoln County Courthouse in the Commissioners Room at 9:15 A.M.

 

 

Rebecca J. Rossell

Lincoln County Clerk

 

 

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