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Proceedings Village of Ewing Board of Trustees

 

December 29, 2022



PROCEEDINGS

VILLAGE OF Ewing BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Dec, 14, 2022

The Ewing Village Board of Trustees convened in regular session on Dec. 14, 2022, at 4 p.m., at the city hall. Notice of the meeting was published Dec. 7, 2022, in the “Summerland Advocate-Messenger.” An agenda was kept current and on file at the village clerk’s office.

Chairman James Ramold, called the meeting to order at 4 p.m. Notice was given to the posted location of the open meetings law.

Board members present were Dustin Jorgensen, Dustin Wright, Kane Fry and Ramold. Absent was Bill Graber. Also present were Katie Cunningham, LuAnn Schindler of the Summerland Advocate, Kevin Kruntorad, Alan Potter and Sharon Swails. Bill Graber arrived at 4:10 p.m.

Items approved:

Minutes of the Nov. 14, 2022 regular meeting;

minutes of the Dec. 1, 2022, special meeting;

November bills as presented.

Bills approved: NE Dept. of Revenue, sales tax, 463.21; FTPS (employer share), Soc Sec/Medicare, 496.30; Budy’s Sanitary, trash (190 @ 13.75), 2,612.50; Black Hills Energy, util, 428.17; Elkhorn Public Power, util, 2,438.30; Great Plains Communication, util, 282.72; ColdType Publishing, pub, 47.04; NE Dep/ Env. Quality, loan payment - sewer, 2,156.16; Ewing Feed & Supply, sup, 91.25; Ewing Family Foods, sup, 6.49; Gworks, W-2s and W-3s, 67.87; McNally Law Office, Nov. billing, 265.00; NDEE, loan payment - water, 14,521.17; NE State Patrol, Mack & Tracs license, 99.00; One Office Solution, office sup, 34.68; Schilousky Lawn Care, Memorial Park, 50.00; WestEnd, pickup/loader, 72.01; Sandhill Oil Co., Walker mower rep, 509.37; Post Office, water samp/post, 38.25; NE Pub. Health Env. Lab, water/well samples, 459.00; Summerland Public Schools, liquor & tobacco lic, 1,080.00; Alan Potter, mileage - Thedford x2 (mower), 462.71, Blain Pumpking & Plmg, hydrant at camper pad, 160.00; Verizon, phone and police car equip, 82.80; Wages, gross wages, 6,175.55; Alan Potter, ins allow, 500.00; Board members, annual pay, 3,600.00;

Compreensive and zoning plans: Miller & Associates, 17,780.00.

Chairman Ramold thanked outgoing board member, Bill Graber, for his 20 years of service. Newly elected Katie Cunningham was sworn in.

Other items approved:

Reorganization:

Chairman: James Ramold

Chair pro-tem: Dustin Wright

Dump Dept: Kane Fry

Water/Sewer Dept: Dustin Wright

Cemetery Dept: James Ramold

Park Dept: Katie Cunningham

Newspaper: Summerland Advocate-Messenger

Village attorney: Joe McNally, McNally Law Office

Accountant: Dana F. Cole & Company

Bank: Ewing Bank

Law enforcement: Part-time officer, Austin Hergott

Engineer: Miller & Associates

Street superintendent: Reed Miller

Maintenance: Alan Potter

Village clerk/treasurer: Sharon Swails.

Contract with DED on the new duplex complex;

Sharon Swails, village clerk, as the Ewing Fair Housing representative;

Program guidelines and forms for the duplex project;

Request Funds Form for duplex project;

Statutory rule requiring an ordinance to be fully and distinctly read on three different days be suspended;

Ordinance #441 was read by title:

Final approval and passage of Ordinance #441.

Meeting adjourned at 5 p.m.

Sharon Swails, CMC

Ewing Village Clerk

Published December 29, 2022

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