VILLAGE OF SOUTH BEND
The Village Board of Trustees met in regular session December 7, 2005 at 7:00 PM at the Village Hall. Board Members present: Connie Boldan-Cerveny, James Cerveny, Dave Mahrt, Brad Graham, and Chairman Patrick Cunningham.
The meeting notice was posted at Village Hall, Post Office, & Fuel Depot.
Vote on Board Chairperson, motion by D. Mahrt to reappoint Pat Cunningham, 2nd y B. Graham, vote all Aye.
The minutes of the November meeting were read and approved, motion by D. Mahrt, 2nd B, Graham, Vote all Aye.
Treasurer’s report was read. Bills presented for the Road Fund $103.58 OPPD (Street Lights), $150.00 Gerald Snodgrass (snow removal). Bills presented for the General Fund $0.00 OPPD (Town Hall Lights) (credit of $6.79), $20.62 Plattsmouth Journal, $135.00 Morten Law Office, $5.00 League of Nebraska Municipalities (Clerk Membership), $3,026.00 Ball Insurance (Public Entity & Workers Comp.), $65.00 Deb Cunningham (Administrative Fees), $4.00 Deb Cunningham (postage), $249.75 Ashland Disposal (Town Cleanup), motion to pay the bills, C. Cerveny 2nd D. Mahrt, Vote all Aye.
Building Permits: None
Inspections Conducted: Report Read
Planning Committee: Read letter from Morten Law concerning provisions relating to the Planning Commission, the Zoning Administrator and zoning districts.
Cemetery Board: No report
Town Hall: Will be rented out Dec. 9 & 10.
Received 2006 Insurance Policy motion by B. Graham to accept 2nd by C. Cerveny, vote all Aye. Motion by D. Mahrt to set Workers’ Compensation deductible at $1,500. 2nd by B. Graham, vote all Aye.
Reappointment of JEO for Village Engineer motion by C. Cerveny 2nd by B. Graham, vote all Aye.
We have three Village Board terms expiring in Nov. of 2006, Filling deadline is August 1st.
Correspondences: Cass County Planning Commission meeting, Fri. Dec. 9th.
Cass County Emergency Management NIMS Training, Mon. Dec. 12th.
Next Regular Board Meeting Wednesday, January 4, 2006 is changed to January 11, 2006, motion by B. Graham 2nd by D. Mahrt, vote all Aye.
Motion to adjourn J. Cerveny, 2nd B. Graham, Vote all Aye.