Friday, April 20, 2018

VILLAGE OF EAGLE

December 5, 2017


The Village Board of Trustees met in regular session at 7:00 p.m. on December 5, 2017 with Moore, Young, Rash, Schukei and Meier present. The Agenda items listed thereon were sufficiently descriptive to give the public reasonable notice of the matters to be considered at the meeting. The Chair, at the beginning of the meeting, informed the public about the location of the posted current copy of the Open Meetings Act. Chairperson Moore named the three (3) areas where the agenda was posted as follows: Community Building, Village Clerk’s Office, and Eagle State Bank.

Motion by Rash, second by Schukei, to approve contractor estimates for office renovation at 727 South 1st Street as follows; First Choice Roll-offs $275.00 estimate for roll-off container, Renaissance Handyman’s $3,000.00 estimate for demolition, Binswanger Glass’ $2,425.00 estimate for window repairs, The Paper Puller’s $1,000.00 estimate for wallpaper removal and John’s Plumbing’s $2,750.00 estimate for plumbing at a total estimated cost of $9,450.00. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Young, second by Rash, to approve funding to purchase used fire-rated file cabinets for the new Village office in an amount not to exceed $6,000.00. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Open Forum – Travis Frazier (1359 Percheron Dr.) introduced himself as a local general contractor and expressed interest in being considered for future construction projects of the Village of Eagle.

Motion by Rash, second by Moore, to approve the Water Tower Lease Agreement and Memorandum of Lease Agreement with Verizon Wireless contingent upon amendments as discussed and pending the required remonstrance period. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Rash, second by Meier, to approve Electronic Repair Shop’s proposal for installation of security camera, DVR software and radio link at the park and pool in the amount of $885.00. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Rash, second by Schukei, to approve purchase of Hotsy Model #795 SS Hot Water Pressure Washer for Fire & Rescue in the amount of $3,950.00 from Hotsy Equipment. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Rash, second by Meier, to introduce Ordinance 2017-10. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Chairperson Moore read Ordinance 2017-10 entitled:

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-10

AN ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF EAGLE, CASS COUNTY, NEBRASKA, TO AMEND THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE VILLAGE OF EAGLE, NEBRASKA, PERTAINING TO THE FOLLOWING-DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE, TO WIT: TAX LOT 23 (OUTSIDE CITY) LOCATED IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 10 NORTH, RANGE 9 EAST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, CASS COUNTY, NEBRASKA FROM LIGHT INDUSTRIAL (I1) TO HEAVY INDUSTRIAL (I2) AND TO PROVIDE THAT THE CHAIR AND THE APPROPRIATE DEPARTMENT, WHETHER ONE OR MORE OF THE VILLAGE OF EAGLE, NEBRASKA, ARE AUTHORIZED AND DIRECTED TO IMPLEMENT THIS ORDINANCE; TO PROVIDE FOR THE SEVERABILITY OF ANY SECTION, CLAUSE, OR PROVISION OR PORTION FOUND UNCONSTITUTIONAL OR INVALID; TO PROVIDE FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; TO PROVIDE THAT THIS ORDINANCE SHALL BE PUBLISHED WITHIN THE FIRST 15 DAYS AFTER ITS PASSAGE AND APPROVAL EITHER IN PAMPHLET FORM OR BY POSTING IN THREE PUBLIC PLACES IN THE VILLAGE OF EAGLE, NEBRASKA, AND SHALL BE IN FULL FORCE AND TAKE EFFECT FROM AND AFTER ITS PASSAGE, APPROVAL, AND PUBLICATION, AS PROVIDED HEREIN; AND TO PROVIDE THAT THIS ORDINANCE SHALL NOT BE MADE A PART OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF EAGLE, NEBRASKA.

Motion by Meier, second by Rash, to accept the first reading of Ordinance 2017-10. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Rash, second by Meier, to suspend the rules of three consecutive readings of Ordinance 2017-10. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Rash, second by Young, to adopt Ordinance 2017-10. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Young, second by Schukei, to approve Nick Nystrom & Steph Hestermann attending the “Understanding LUCA” Workshop in Lincoln on January 12, 2018. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Moore, second by Rash, to amend the January 15, 2018 Board of Trustees regularly scheduled meeting to January 16, 2018 and the February 19, 2018 Board of Trustees regularly scheduled meeting to February 20, 2018. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Rash, second by Schukei, to approve $100.00 Christmas bonuses for full-time employees and $50.00 Christmas bonuses for part-time employees. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Young, second by Meier, to approve minutes as typed for the previous meeting. Voting: Ayes – Schukei, Meier, Young, Moore. Rash abstained. Motion carried.

Motion by Meier, second by Schukei, to approve claims as presented. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Approved Claims: Wages 7,026.47, Board Wages 800.00, ABC Termite & Pest Control 55.00, American Exchange Bank 500.01, Aramark 734.72, Black Hills Energy 417.59, BOK Financial 115,095.00, Bromm Lindahl Freeman-Caddy & Lausterer 1,794.00, Casey’s 472.58, Cass Co. Sheriff’s Dept 3,145.21, Chomperz 330.00, Constellation Energy 367.54, Coventry Health Care 1,579.76, CS Concrete 268.00, DHHS Public Health 230.00, Dollar General 64.10, Eagle Automotive 647.09, Eagle Facilities & Grounds Assn 3,652.00, EFTPS 2,384.06, EMS Billing 158.46, Rick Hestermann 2,000.00, John Hancock Investments 284.62, Matheson Tri-Gas 104.75, Menards-South 249.02, Midwest Insurance Exchange 3,442.00, Napa Auto Parts 7.78, NE Dept of Rev 1,783.75, NE Municipal Power Pool 2,296.39, NE Public Health Env Lab 60.00, NE UI Connect 237.16, Norland Pure 11.00, Nick Nystrom 17.10, Office Depot 141.94, Olsson Associates 461.91, One Call Concepts 21.21, OPPD 4,824.38, O’Reilly Auto Parts 174.94, People Service 5,952.82, Principal Fin Group 187.79, Ricoh USA 45.88, Rock Creek Refuse 60.00, Sargent Drilling 10.29, Staples Credit Plan 152.28, The Columbus Telegram 51.09, Tractor Supply Co 29.99, US Postmaster 297.39, Utility Service Co 2,621.25, Verizon Wireless 152.46, Windstream 603.67, Zimmer Financial Srvc 157.98. Total of bills: $166,162.43.

Approved Park Claims: Aqua-Chem 150.00, Black Hills Energy 24.42, Display Sales 28.80, Municipal Supply of Omaha 112.91, OPPD 87.56. Total of bills: $403.69.

Motion by Rash, second by Meier, to appoint the Village Clerk as Chair Pro Tempore. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Nick Nystrom, as acting Village Clerk, called for nominations for Chairperson.

Young nominated Moore for Chairperson.

Motion by Rash, second by Meier, to cease all nominations for Chairperson. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Moore was elected Chairperson.

Moore called for nominations for Chairperson Pro Tempore.

Schukei nominated Young for Chairperson Pro Tempore.

Motion by Meier, second by Rash, to cease all nominations for Chairperson Pro Tempore. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Young was elected Chairperson Pro Tempore.

Motion by Moore, second by Rash, to approve the following appointments: Attorney – Freeman-Caddy; Maintenance Superintendent – None; Clerk – Nick Nystrom; Treasurer – Nick Nystrom; Legal Paper – Plattsmouth Journal; Accountant – Mierau & Company; Engineer – Olsson Associates; Building Inspector/Zoning Administrator – Rick Hestermann; and Nuisance Hearing Officer – Sandy Weyers. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Moore, second by Rash, to approve the following individuals serving on the internal Village boards: Board of Health – Moore, Nystrom, Captain Lamprecht; Streets – Schukei, Meier; Water – Schukei, Meier; Sewer – Rash, Meier; Community Building – Moore, Young; NRD Board – Office; Keno – Rash, Young; Cable – Moore, Rash, Office; Safety – Moore, Nystrom, Slaughter, Stubbendeck, Hestermann; Park – Moore, Meier; Human Resources & Personnel – Rash, Young. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Moore, second by Rash, to re-appoint John Surman, Randy Todd and Douglas Cummins to the Eagle Planning Commission. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Moore, second by Schukei, to designate the three public posting areas as a method of giving reasonable advanced notice for the Village of Eagle as the Village Office, Eagle Fire & Rescue Department and Eagle State Bank. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Moore, second by Young, to allow emergency vehicles to leave the corporate limits. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Rash, second by Moore, to go into executive session at 8:50 p.m. to discuss Nick Nystrom’s annual employee evaluation and to protect the reputation of the employee. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Chairperson Moore said the board has come out of executive session at 8:57 p.m. after discussing Nick Nystrom’s annual employee evaluation.

Motion by Rash, second by Moore, to increase Nick Nystrom’s wage from to $22.00 per hour. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:58 p.m.

Nick Nystrom          Travis Moore
Village Clerk            Chairperson

A true and complete copy of the above minutes is available at the Village Clerk’s Office during regular business hours.
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Recycle Trailer

Village of Eagle now has the recycle trailer full time. The recycle trailer is located next
to the Village Office
at 540 C Street.