The Cedar Creek Board of Trustees met for a Public Hearing of the One and Six Year Street Program, at 7:00 p.m., on February 4, 2003, at the Village Hall. Advanced notice of the meeting was given by posting in the Village and by publication in the Plattsmouth Journal.
The Hearing was called to order at 7:00 p.m.. by Chairperson Bode. Board members present: Bode, Swenson, Muntz, Rydl, Stauffer. No comments were made on the proposed program. Motion by Stauffer, second by Swenson, to adopt the One and Six Year Street Program for the Village of Cedar Creek as prepared and presented by the Village Street Superintendent, directing maintenance only. Ayes: Bode, Swenson, Muntz, Rydl, Stauffer. Nays: None. Motion by Rydl to close the Public Hearing and enter into regular session. Second by Stauffer. All ayes.
Chairperson Bode called the regular session of the Board of Trustees to order at 7:05 p.m. All board members were present. Village Attorney Reinsch was absent. Advanced notice of the meeting was given by posting in the Village and by publication in the Plattsmouth Journal.
Motion by Stauffer, second by Muntz, to approve the minutes of the 1/07/03 meeting. All ayes.
Account Balances: Checking $29,988.77, Money Market $32,270.05
Claims: Rural Water #3..23.50 Plattsmouth Journal..127.92 Alltel..60.27 OPPD Christmas Lights..59.71 OPPD park..10.00 OPPD building..116.00 OPPD street lights..100.64 Jefferson Pilot Financial..61.05JEO..150.00 NE Municipal Clerk Assoc..10.00 Municipal Code Service..225.00 NAPA..25.33 Ferrel gas..399.60 Viking Office Products..49.26 Stander Ace Hardware..81.50 Ault's Store..9.99 Randy Moses..825.00 Cass County Sheriff..1214.88 Payroll..2034.77
The treasurer will verify purchases on the statement from Stander Ace Hardware. Motion by Rydl, second by Swenson, to approve the treasure's report and pay all claims. All ayes. Approval given by the board to donate the old copier to Kid's Inc of Louisville.
Written report by the Cass County Sheriffs Department, logged 76.31 hours of patrol for Cedar Creek during the month of January. There were four calls for service: Burglary/Residence, Disturbance/Civil, Vandalism/Furnishings, Animal/Wildlife. The board was informed of an unconfirmed sighting of a cougar at the lake area. The Sheriffs Department and Game Warden were notified and are investigating.
League of Nebraska Municipalities 2003 Midwinter Conference at Lincoln on February 24 & 25. Board Members unable to attend.
Nebraska Asphalt Paving Conference February 11 & 12 at Kearney. No board members attending.
Information on firework displays from Midwest Fireworks Wholesalers. No action taken.
The board was informed, notices of the street improvement project and public hearing have been mailed to all non-resident property owners at the address given on the Cass County Tax List, and notice of the project and hearing was mailed to all residents as box-holders. The Public Hearing will be held at 7:00 p.m., on February 18, 2003, at the Village Hall. G. Stauffer explained the purpose of the hearing to residents present.
The board was informed, attorneys and clerk will meet on February 10th to discus legal issues.
It was reported, trees continue to be removed along the Platte River Dike at the recommendation of the Corps of Engineers, to allow for rip rap to be added to the existing dike.
New pages for the Municipal Code Books have been received and will be inserted in the books in March.
Complaints continue on the service of the cable company. The board advises, customers document any problems and check their bills for over charges. If not satisfied with the service, cancel the subscription. Discussion of the problems and possible solutions, such as purchase of a dish, were made.
Lot #206 The property owner requested the board to allow for a new roof over the house to match the pitch and the height of the new garage roof. The owner was informed by the board, further work would result in a cost of over 50% of the valuation of the original structure and would not be allowed under floodplain regulations. The board explained they will not allow for variances of the floodplain regulation but would work with the owner toward solutions. Options given were: 1. An independent appraisal of the original structure showing the actual valuation is above the assessed value; 2. Finish off the house roof at it's original pitch and size to prevent water damage; 3. Elevate the entire house to one foot above base flood elevation.
There being no further business to come before the board, motion by Rydl to adjourn, second by Muntz. All ayes.
Mary C. Terry
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