Saturday, October 20, 2018

VILLAGE OF EAGLE

March 7, 2017


The Village Board of Trustees met in regular session at 7:00 p.m. on March 7, 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.

Chairperson Moore read Resolution 2017-02 entitled:

RESOLUTION NO. 2017-02

    A RESOLUTION OF THE VILLAGE BOARD OF EAGLE, NEBRASKA, TO APPROVE AN EXTENSION OF THE LOTTERY OPERATOR AGREEMENT WITH EHPV LOTTERY SERVICES LLC

    WHEREAS, the Village currently has a Lottery Operator Agreement with EHPV Lottery Services LLC, a Nebraska limited liability company doing business as Big Red Keno (“Contractor”), as the operator of a Keno-style lottery in Eagle; and

    WHEREAS, the Lottery Operator Agreement currently ends on March 9, 2017, unless extended or renewed upon mutual agreement of the Village and the Contractor; and

    WHEREAS, the Village and the Contractor wish to extend the Lottery Operator Agreement, to end on September 9, 2017;

    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Board of Eagle, Nebraska, that Amendment No. 3 to Lottery Operator Agreement is hereby approved and adopted and should be executed upon a form approved by the Village Attorney.

Motion by Young, second by Schukei, to adopt Resolution 2017-02. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Schukei, second by Young, to approve Special Designated License Application for Bailey’s Local located at 540 South 4th Street on Tuesday nights from 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. from April 18, 2017 through September 26, 2017. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Rash, second by Meier, to approve Special Designated License Application and closure of 4th Street between ‘D’ and ‘E’ Street for Bailey’s Local located at 540 South 4th Street on June 10, 2017 from 3:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. contingent upon proof of special event liability insurance and signed authorization from affected business owners. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Open Forum – Moore thanked everyone who attended the Eagle Community Input Meetings on March 1st and March 4th. John Surman (450 Eagle Dr.) said he had four questions come to mind after attending the March 1st Eagle Community Input Meeting. Surman asked how much the Eagle/Alvo Rural Fire District pays the Village of Eagle to house their fire equipment. Nystrom said $1,200 annually. Surman said one option to help fund a new community facility is by issuing a bond and asked when a bond will need to be renewed for the WWTP. Nystrom said the current WWTP bond runs through 2025. Surman asked for an estimate as to how much the Village spent trying to build a new Community Center east of the swimming pool. Nystrom said nearly $170,000. Surman said one option discussed for the new community facility was a gymnasium and asked if there was an idea of how much liability insurance would cost. Moore said this would more than likely increase the Village’s premium but it is unknown to what extent.

Chairperson Moore read Resolution 2017-03 entitled:

RESOLUTION NO.     2017-03

     WHEREAS, Municipal Code §3-310 provides that the Governing Body of the Village of Eagle, Nebraska may set the fees to be charged by the Eagle Fire and Rescue Department established by Resolution; and

     WHEREAS, the costs and expenses of furnishing such services have increased significantly, and reimbursement of said expenses is in the best interests of the Village,

     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF EAGLE, NEBRASKA, that effective immediately, the fee schedule for the provision of the following services shall be as follows:

Minimum fee for response (treat and no transportation)…………..$150.00

Respond to call and transport individual (emergency or non-emergency)
     BLS Non-Emergency Base…………………………………………....$616.00
     BLS Emergency Base……………………………………………….....$890.00
     ALS Non-Emergency Base…………………………………………....$981.00
     ALS Emergency Level 1……………………………………………. $1,056.00
     ALS Emergency Level 2……………………………………………. $1,531.00
     Specialty Care Transport……………………………………………$1,375.00


Mileage…………………………………………………………………………$19.15

The actual cost of disposable supplies used for each person transported –
at cost for supplies actually provided.    

Motion by Rash, second by Moore, to adopt Resolution 2017-03. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Rash, second by Meier, to approve the removal of Carol Hackler as a member of the Eagle Fire & Rescue Department. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Rash, second by Meier, to approve Crazy Cracker’s 2017 Fireworks Permit Application at 510 Highway 34. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Motion by Meier, second by Young, to approve minutes as typed for the previous meeting. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

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

Approved Claims: Wages 7,688.51, Board Wages 1,000.00, American Exchange Bank 666.68, Aramark 694.08, Black Hills Energy 309.75, Bromm, Lindahl, Freeman-Caddy & Lausterer 217.50, Buel Trucking 4,205.00, Casey’s 365.80, Cass Co. Economic Development Council 2,000.00, Cass Co. Sheriff’s Dept 3,145.21, Constellation Energy 752.40, Coventry Health Care 1,828.46, Dollar General 5.25, Eagle Automotive 550.00, EFTPS 2,464.40, EMS Billing 389.12, Grainger 303.00, Rick Hestermann 472.14, Hotsy Equipment 81.00, Husker Lock & Key 2,764.00, John Hancock Investments 309.32, Matheson Tri-gas 91.30, Menards-South 321.61, Midwest Laboratories 236.00, Moore Medical 169.62, NE Dept of Rev 1,722.85, NE Public Health Env Lab 64.25, NE Snow Equipment 452.44, Hank Oetjen 68.43, Olsson Associates 1,313.04, One Call Concepts 7.53, OPPD 4,799.84, O’Reilly Auto Parts 250.25, Paper Tiger Shredding 35.00, Principal Fin Group 253.56, R &  J Concrete 11,800.00, Ricoh USA 101.85, Rock Creek Refuse 60.00, Sensus USA 1,665.98, Staples 163.72, The Columbus Telegram 49.49, The Electronic Repair Shop 130.00, The Plattsmouth Journal 44.70, US Postmaster 504.58, Utility Service Co 2,621.25, Verizon Wireless 150.10, Windstream 596.11, Zimmer Financial Srvc 182.85. Total of bills: $58,067.97.  

Approved Park Claims: Black Hills Energy 24.18, Grainger 185.50, Josh Lahmon 100.00, Menards-South 64.98, Nebraska DHHS 40.00, OPPD 87.83. Total of bills: $502.49.

Motion by Schukei, second by Rash, to go into executive session at 7:56 p.m. to discuss Village of Eagle employee concerns and to protect the reputation of employees. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Chairperson Moore said the board has come out of executive session at 8:14 p.m. after discussing Village of Eagle employee concerns. No action taken.

Motion by Moore, second by Schukei, to go into executive session at 8:16 p.m. to discuss real estate negotiations. Voting: Ayes – 5. Motion carried.

Chairperson Moore said the board has come out of executive session at 9:26 p.m. after discussing real estate negotiations. No action taken.

The meeting was adjourned at 9:27 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 Maintenance Shop
at 540 C Street.