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Notice of Meeting

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Regular Meeting of the Village of Dalton, Nebraska Monday, May 13th, 2019 @ 7:00 P.M. at the Dalton Village Office The meeting will be open to the public. An agenda for such meeting, kept continuously current, is available for public inspection at the office of the Village Clerk at 306 Main Street. Except for items of an emergency nature, the agenda shall not be enlarged later than twenty-four hours before the scheduled commencement of the meeting. Current copy of the Open Meetings Act is posted for the public during regular business hours, at the Village Office, 306 Main Street, Dalton, NE.

Minutes / Proceedings

Village of Dalton April 8th, 2019 The Board of Trustees convened in open and public session for a regular meeting, April 8th, 2019, @ 7:00 p.m. at the Village Office. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. ROLL CALLED: Present-Board members: E. Reilly, R. Twarling, W. McConnell, B. Abbott: Absent-J. Rushman: Guests present-None The Nebraska Open Meeting Act was read and acknowledged as posted. All following motions carried unanimously unless otherwise stated. Motion McConnell, Second Twarling, to approve the March 2019 regular meeting minutes. Motion McConnell, Second Twarling, to approve March 2019 disbursements, reoccurring bills and financial statement. Disbursements: Wages-6446.43; Dalton Telephone-176.78-phone & internet; Frenchman Valley-437.77-equipment fuel/Village; Wheat Belt PPD-2915.19-Electricity; Black Hills Energy-1391.62-Natural Gas; Don’s Services-3478.24-Trash Services; Points West Community Bank-573.15-Water Loan; Bridgeport News-Blade-36.67-Legals publishing; Enviro Service, Inc-20.00-Lab; Utility Service Co.-800.53-Water tower maintenance; Viaero Wireless-32.86-Jeff’s Village cell phone; Cardmember Services-74.37-Shop/Office supplies; NE. Public Health Environmental Laboratory-253.00-Lab fee/Well; The Homestead Market-9.90-Cat Food; Points West Insurance-5082.75-Final Quarter insurance payment; Railroad Management Company, LLC-235.41-License Fee for water pipeline crossing at State Street; Finney’s Inc-14.99-Door knob; Municipal Supply, Inc-538.46-Water Meter Parts; E & S Auto Supply-18.32-Spark Plugs; Bomgaars-32.97-Oil, Furnace Filters; Municipal Automation & Control-66.06-Battery Pak/Water equipment in Water Tower Bldg; NE Municipal Power Pool-592.85-Membership Dues; Jerred Berner-900.00-Move Snow after storm: General Disbursements-$16,781.89: Wages-$6446.43: Roads-$900.00. Reports-Board: Reilly reported there was a deputy in the village regarding dogs. Maintenance: Water tests passed for March. Board should be visiting with the school regarding the sidewalk work that will have to be done when the curb and gutter are removed and replaced. Jeff would like to meet with Reilly and Twarling, the Street committee, to look at the condition of the streets in the Village. Reilly would like to include a neutral party to be included in that inspection. Board will ask Maintenance to begin filling potholes when the streets dry. Clerk: Asked permission to buy an inexpensive vacuum for the office and Library carpets. Clerk will also be looking for a professional to clean the carpets. Board approved up to $500.00 to buy a vacuum cleaner. No communication was received from the Department of Transportation regarding the Highway project questions raised by a few residents. This item is being dropped from the agenda until later in the spring when the department is supposed to be back to finish up the work left last fall. Discussion was held regarding bids for the curb and gutter work on the west side of the High School. It was decided to table the item until the May meeting so the Board could discuss with the school board the sidewalk work to also be done. Motion Abbott, Second McConnell, to approve filing the lien on the property at 318 Francis for non-payment of utilities. Roll was called: Ayes-4, Absent-1. Motion carried. Motion Abbott, Second Twarling, to approve filing an updated lien on the property at 103 Birch for non-payment of utilities. Roll was called: Ayes-4, Absent-1. Motion carried. Motion Reilly, Second McConnell, to approve the building permit for the new Leyton High School track to be finished by the end of August 2019. Roll was called: Ayes-3, Nays-1, Absent-1. Motion carried. Motion McConnell, Second Abbott, to approve the building permit for Candice Knaub and Shawn Welch for a fence around the property at 312 Wano. Roll was called: Ayes-4, Absent 1. Motion carried. No Public Forum/Public Opinion or Executive session. Next regular meeting scheduled for May 13th at 7:00 pm. Motion Twarling, Second Reilly, to adjourn the meeting at 7:42 pm. Sherry

Craig Clerk/Treasurer Posted 4/10/2019