CITY OF LOUISVILLE

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

June 14, 2000

LOUISVILLE, NE

A regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Louisville was held on Wednesday, June 14, 2000 at 7:00 p.m., at the Village Offices. Present were: Chairman McManis; Trustees: Jim McClun, Frank Evans, Wayne Chriswisser, Kevin Bender; Attorney Morten; several guests and Jesse Harrington from Phoenix, Arizona.

The convened meeting was open to the public.

Motion by Evans, seconded by McClun to approve the Consent Agenda which includes: City minutes of May 24 and June 8, 2000; Village and Care Center warrants; treasurer's report; investments and transactions; Village administrative report; acknowledgment of Planning Commission minutes, building permits approved: Rod Petersen Lots 725-726 home; Rod Petersen Lot 726 garage; Tim Shideler Lot 456 garage; Paul McDonnell Lot 2 O'Connor Subdivision home [contingent upon perk test, Otoe Rural Water confirmation, home owners assoc. letter, County Rd access]; ayes: Evans, Bender, McClun, McManis; abstain: Chriswisser [on fire department claims]; motion carried.

Motion by McClun, seconded by Bender to award bids for 99 HO 604 Rehab applicants 6 [$27,047.90], 8 [$30,000], 13 [$14,932.50]; ayes: Evans, Chriswisser, Bender, McClun, McManis; motion carried.

Street District 99-1 [Prairie Hills area] was discussed at length. Motion by McClun, seconded by Bender to table publishing for bids until there is additional information on June 28, 2000 and all aware there will not be concrete this year; ayes: Evans, Bender, McClun, McManis; abstain: Chriswisser; motion carried.

Motion by Evans, seconded by McClun Resolution 99-29 to pay the warrants for Street District 99-1 [Prairie Hills]; ayes: Evans, Bender, McClun, McManis; abstain: Chriswisser; motion carried.

Discussions: well situation; Main Street; Eric to meet with Maxon regarding easement; parking; Care Center advisory board residency requirement; maintenance report, People's Service report; civil defense siren activation.

Jeff Powers presented a proposal to allow parking on the lot north of the Hardware Store. Motion by Chriswisser, seconded by McClun to allow patrons to drive over the sidewalk, use lot as is, and past the sidewalk the city is not responsible; ayes: Evans, Chriswisser, Bender, McClun, McManis; motion carried.

Motion by Evans, seconded by Chriswisser to temporarily adjourn as the Board of Trustees and convene as the Board of Adjustment at 8:10 pm; ayes: Evans, Chriswisser, McClun, Bender, McManis; motion carried. Motion by Evans, seconded by McClun to approve the minutes of May 24, 2000; ayes: Evans, Bender, McClun, McManis; abstain: Chriswisser; motion carried. Motion by Evans, seconded by McClun to adjourn as the Board of Adjustment and reconvene as the Board of Trustees at 8:11 pm; ayes: Evans, Chriswisser, Bender, McClun, McManis; motion carried.

Housing Agency is being developed for Oak Ridge Apartments if the city purchases. Evans noted the commissioners may be from a 10-mile radius. Motion by Chriswisser, seconded by McClun to approve Resolution 2000-27 Housing Agency Commissioners appointed as follows: Phil Pankonin 5 year term, Terri Scholting 4 year term, Carl Schliefert 3 year term, Loyd Braack 2 year term; the fifth commissioner is a resident of the complex and may be elected by the residents of the complex and will be a one year term; ayes: Evans, Chriswisser, Bender, McClun, McManis; motion carried.

Motion by Chriswisser, seconded by Evans to approve Resolution 2000-28 99PW008 [Main St] DED drawdown #5; ayes: Evans, Chriswisser, Bender, McClun, McManis; motion carried.

Drought emergency ordinance was supplied by NHHS. Motion by Chriswisser, seconded by McClun to introduce and suspend the three required statutory readings of Ordinance 692 drought emergency; ayes: Evans, Chriswisser, McClun, McManis; nay: Bender; motion carried. Motion by Evans, seconded by McClun to adopt, publish and post in pamphlet form: ayes: Evans, Chriswisser, McClun, McManis; nay: Bender; motion carried. Bender felt the ordinance did not pass because he voted against the suspension. The suspension requires four affirmative votes. Bender felt he needed to discuss the ordinance more thoroughly before adopting.

Motion by McClun, seconded by Chriswisser to enter executive session at 8:30 pm for evaluations; ayes: Evans, Chriswisser, Bender, McClun, McManis; motion carried. Motion by Evans, seconded by McClun to exit executive session and adjourn at 9:40 pm; ayes: Evans, Chriswisser, McClun, McManis, Bender; motion carried.

The minutes are published in summary form; upon request a complete copy is available at the City Hall.

Beverly M Dennis
Clerk/Treasurer


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