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(Neb.)-Sheridan County Commissioners To Meet Monday Morning

By: Roxie Graham-Marski Posted at: 05/13/2013 07:38 AM

(SHERIDAN COUNTY)-The Sheridan County Board of Commissioners will meet at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, May 13th, in the Sheridan County courthouse. As the Board of Equalization (BOE), the commissioners will consider a number of “correction sheets” presented by county assessor Trudy Winter. These correction sheets will concern the reclassification of certain agricultural land and the removal of a building from the tax rolls. The BOE will also continue their discussion of the valuation of the Packing Plant now owned by the city of Gordon.
            The commissioners will discuss appointments to the Prairie Dog Advisory Committee, declare as surplus certain property from the assessor’s office, discuss with Sheriff Terry Robbins the billing of E-911 costs, and approve the updated Local Emergency Operations Plan (LEOP) as presented by Nan Gould of Region 23 Emergency Management. The commissioners will also consider the renewals of an optional Vision Insurance plan for county employees and the agreement with county budget consultant Pete Petersen, and discuss the amount the county should budget for the self-insurance portion of the health plan.
            Meeting with road superintendent Tom Kuester, the commissioners will consider Fracture Critical Bridge inspections and the Nebraska Department of Roads Federal Funds Purchase Agreement. The board will also meet with Sheriff Robbins, Rushville Mayor Chris Heiser, and Deputy County Attorney Jamian Simmons to discuss the inter-local law enforcement agreement with the city of Rushville and other law enforcement issues that may affect that agreement.
            As always when the Unicameral is in session, the commissioners will discuss pending legislation that may impact the interests of the county.
            The meeting is open to the public, and visitors are always welcome. To view a full agenda, visit the office of the county clerk.
 
--Commissioner James Krotz


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