Friday, June 22, 2018

VILLAGE OF EAGLE

April 3, 2018


The Village Board of Trustees met in regular session at 7:00 p.m. on April 3, 2018 with Moore, Young, Schukei and Meier present. Rash was absent. 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: Village Clerk’s Office, Eagle Fire & Rescue Department and Eagle State Bank.

Motion by Moore, second by Young, to approve EMS Medical Director Agreement between Eagle Fire & Rescue and UNMC Physicians, Department of Emergency Medicine, and authorize the Eagle Fire Chief and Rescue Captain as signatories. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Young, second by Meier, to approve a $2,000 donation to Alvo/Eagle Recreation utilizing Keno funds for local baseball and softball programs. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Open Forum –Terry Caddy (21319 Holdrege St.) inquired about the new tables and chairs at the fire station. Moore said these were received as a donation from Bryan Health.  

Motion by Schukei, second by Meier, to approve purchase of John Deere 310SG Backhoe from Murphy Tractor & Equipment in the amount of $32,865.00 after trade-in of current John Deere 310D Backhoe. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Schukei, second by Meier, to approve Olsson Associates proposal to update and develop the Eagle Comprehensive Plan and Zoning & Subdivision Regulations at a cost of $37,550.00. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Moore, second by Schukei, to approve sand volleyball tournament at the Eagle Community Park as a swimming pool fundraiser on April 28, 2018. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Moore, second by Schukei, to approve three portable toilets for Eagle Garage Sale Days being held on June 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 2018. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Moore, second by Meier, to approve four portable toilets for Eagle Day being held on June 23, 2018. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Young, second by Meier, to approve Eagle Vision’s request for waiver of vendor fees for Eagle Day on June 23, 2018. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Moore, second by Meier, to approve Eagle Vision’s request for street closings, barricades and parade route for Eagle Day on June 23, 2018. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Schukei, second by Meier, to approve Patriot Pete’s 2018 Fireworks Permit Application at 340 Highway 34. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Schukei, second by Meier, to approve Alvo/Eagle Recreation’s 2018 Fireworks Permit Application at 800 South 1st Street. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Meier, second by Moore, to introduce Resolution 2018-04. Voting: Ayes - 4. Motion carried.

Chairperson Moore read Resolution 2018-04 entitled:

RESOLUTION NO. 2018-04

WHEREAS, the Municipal Code of the Village of Eagle, Nebraska, and in particular Ordinance §3-223, provides the following:

The sum of $4.00 shall be charged for each 1000 gallons of water used based upon the average amount of water metered for the premises, occupied by the current occupant or tenant, per month during the preceding winter quarter (January, February, and March). If there is no established usage for the previous January, February and March period for the premises occupied by the current occupant or tenant, then a flat monthly rate set by resolution by the Governing Body, annually, shall be charged, until a January, February and March water usage average can be established.

WHEREAS, the Chair and Board of Trustees of the Village of Eagle, Nebraska deem it in the best interests of the citizens of the Village of Eagle, Nebraska, that said flat monthly rate be established for the period this Resolution is passed, until the anniversary of passage,

NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Chair and Board of Trustees of the Village of Eagle, Nebraska, as follows:

1    That the findings here and above made should be and are hereby made a part of this Resolution as fully as if set out at length herein.

2    That the flat monthly rate required by the Ordinance set forth above shall be the amount of $20.00 per month.

3    That the effective date of this rate shall be May 1, 2018 and shall expire on April 30, 2019.

Motion by Moore, second by Schukei, to adopt Resolution 2018-04. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Moore, second by Meier, to approve resignation of Gayle Schukei as a member of the Eagle Fire & Rescue Department. Voting: Ayes – Young, Meier, Moore. Schukei abstained. Motion carried.

Motion by Moore, second by Schukei, to approve Weathercraft of Lincoln’s estimate for roof, gutter and exterior wall repair at 727 South 1st Street in an amount not to exceed $1,600.00. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Meier, second by Schukei, to approve Chomperz proposal for rubber mulch and installation labor at the park playground in the amount of $2,250.00. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Meier, second by Schukei, to approve minutes as typed for the previous meeting. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Young, second by Meier, to approve claims as presented. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Approved Claims: Wages 9,057.35, Board Wages 900.00, ABC Termite & Pest Control 55.00, All Pro Plumbing 2,125.00, Allied Benefit Systems 1,694.67, Amazon Marketplace 1,383.57, American Exchange Bank 750.00, Aramark 197.08, Biggerstaff Plumbing & Heating 560.00, Black Hills Energy 808.21, Bromm Lindahl Freeman-Caddy & Lausterer 971.50, Buel Trucking 2,633.50, Casey’s 526.92, Cass Co. Mutual Aid Assn 25.00, Cass Co. NE Economic Development 2,000.00, Cass Co. Sheriff’s Dept 3,145.21, Constellation Energy 835.94, Custom Cooling & Heating 1,467.00, Dollar General 3.75, Eagle Facilities & Grounds Assn 1,492.00, EFTPS 2,751.80, EMS Billing 221.91, General Fire & Safety 528.95, Rick Hestermann 888.50, John Hancock Investments 361.50, Lovell Excavating 500.00, Matheson Tri-Gas 107.98, Menards-South 116.38, Municipal Supply of Omaha 2,905.19, NE Dept of Rev 2,763.51, NE Public Health Env Lab 30.00, NE UI Connect 140.91, Norland Pure 5.50, Office Depot 6,981.62, Olsson Associates 4,395.36, One Call Concepts 21.54, OPPD 4,939.60, O’Reilly Auto Parts 59.86, People Service 5,225.00, Donald Pishna 150.00, Renaissance Handyman Srvc 132.27, Rixstine Recognition 100.20, Rock Creek Refuse 60.00, Staples 105.42, The Columbus Telegram 163.70, The Electronic Repair Shop 119.95, US Postmaster 290.00, USA Bluebook 80.61, Utility Service Co 2,621.25, Verizon Wireless 151.22, Voice News 100.00, Wahoo-Waverly-Ashland Newspapers 59.14, Windstream 606.37. Total of bills: $68,316.94.  

Approved Park Claims: Aqua-Chem 59.00, Black Hills Energy 24.41, Grainger 835.00, OPPD 87.75. Total of bills: $1,006.16.

Approved Keno Claims: Keep Cass County Beautiful 500.00. Total of bills: $500.00.

Motion by Moore, second by Young, to go into executive session at 8:33 p.m. to discuss Roger Stubbendeck’s annual employee evaluation and to protect the reputation of the employee. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

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

Motion by Moore, second by Meier, to increase Roger Stubbendeck’s wage to $18.00 per hour. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Motion by Moore, second by Meier, to go into executive session at 9:00 p.m. to discuss hiring of Manager, Assistant Manager, Lifeguards and Pool office employees for the 2018 pool season and to protect the reputation of applicants. Voting: Ayes – 4. Motion carried.

Chairperson Moore said the board has come out of executive session at 9:20 p.m. after discussing the hiring of Manager, Assistant Manager, Lifeguards and Pool office employees for the 2018 pool season. The Park Board was directed to contact applicants regarding their employment status for the 2018 pool season.

 The meeting was adjourned at 9:21 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.