OF PRIMARY ELECTION
is hereby given that on the 13th day of May 2008, at the listed
polling places in the precincts of Cass County, Nebraska, an election
will be held. The polls will open at 8:00 a.m. and close at 8:00
p.m. Said election will be for nominating, or in some cases,
electing candidates to various offices. Local issues will also be
voted upon; there will be one Constitutional Amendment whose ballot
title and text will be published by the Secretary of State.
Cass County Election Commissioner
145 N 4th St Rm201
Plattsmouth, NE 68048 Ph: 402-296-9309
Special Project - Election May 13
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April 30, 2008
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Questions about May 13th
Louisville Spring Clean Up Day
Saturday May 3rd, 2008
Southwest Corner of 3rd & Walnut
From 7:00AM to 2:00PM
Dumpsters will be available for the following:
Yard Waste: Grass and Leaves; NO FEE
General: NO FEE
White Goods will be collected for a FEE of $10.00 Each - All Doors Shall Be Removed from the Appliances
LEAD ACID BATTERIES WHICH ARE NOT CRACKED WILL BE COLLECTED SEPARATELY
ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED:
OIL, OIL FILTERS, PAINT, TIRES, LIQUIDS, ETC.
Alternate Date Due to Poor Weather: May 17, 2008
Cedar Creek VFD
4th Annual Smoke Out
Friday, May 02 2008, 5:00pm - 8:00pm CCVFD Hog Roast
Saturday, May 3rd, 2008 5pm-12am CCVFD Beer Garden 8pm-12am
Live Music with The band ‘Scot Free’ in the Beer Garden
8:00 – 10:00 AM – CCVFD Pancake Feed in the Park Pavilion
11:00 AM - Judges Arrive
12:00 Noon - Judging of Chicken Entries
12:30 PM - Judging of Ribs Entries
1:00 PM - Judging of Pork Entries
1:30 PM - Judging of Brisket Entries
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Cedar Creek Park Pavillion
Name: Trisha Moses
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From the Editor
The Greatest Gift
A Tribute to Dan Henry
Someday I hope to get the whole history of Louisville's struggle to secure high quality, abundant water resources so that you can truly appreciate how fortunate we are.
This has been years, and years of hard work and negotiation on your behalf. Dan Henry shrugs off the credit that he deserves, but basically he made the one-handed catch in the end zone that won the game for Louisville. This win secures Louisville's control over tremendous abundant, clean fresh water.
So much clean fresh water, that we are soon going to be in a position to sell our surplus fresh water to neighboring Counties!!
Can you think of any greater gift for a Community to give it's residents, than a guarentee of abundant fresh water for generations to come?
That means prosperity, growth, health and Quality of Life
If you are a citizen of Louisville, your City won that for you!
If you are not, you might want to look into Property around here before it is all gone.
Supply and Demand,.. you know
SideBar: As a country we are feeling the humbling sting when we have to go hat-in-hand to beg oil from OPEC. Fast forward ten years, when American inovation and resolve has reduced this temporary pain, to a history trivia question, and the real Supply and Demand pain has shifted globally and permanently to Water. Hmmm, lets see now.. we have food, water, they have oil and sand, and well.. sand
The list of heros in this battle for abundant fresh water includes Senator Pankonin, Mayor
Mueller, the City Council, Home State Bank, and many more but the
person that deserves the most credit in my estimation is Dan Henry
Soon we will see our new water system come on line, water will begin flowing from Park Property to the taps on Main Street Louisville and we will all get a big glass of victory.
I think we should have a Mayoral proclamation and that day should be Dan Henry Day in Louisville so that your great grandkids will ask "Who the Heck was That?" and they will also appreciate the One Handed Catch that guarenteed us
Having Fun and Having a Cold One South of the River