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Board Minutes - March 12, 2019

 

VILLAGE OF MURRAY, NEBRASKA
March 12, 2019

The Murray, Nebraska Board of Trustees met in regular session on Tuesday, March 12, 2019, at 7:00 pm in the Murray Municipal Building. Present: Trustees: Stan Flak, Brian Coffman, Jeff Anderson, Theresa Sallach, and George Blessing; Village Clerk Shelli Hayes; attending: guests.

Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by posting in (3) three public places as shown by the certificate attached to these minutes. Notice of the meeting was simultaneously given to the Chairman and all members of the Board of Trustees. Their acknowledgement of receipt of notice and agenda is attached to these minutes. All proceedings thereafter were taken while the convened meeting was open to the attendance of the public.

Chairman Flak called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM and informed the audience of the location of the open meetings act poster.

Approval and/or correction of the minutes of the February 12, 2019 regular meeting, Motion by Coffman, seconded by Anderson to approve the minutes of the February meeting; ayes: Coffman, Anderson, Blessing, Sallach, Flak; motion carried.

Treasurer’s Report. Motion by Blessing, seconded by Coffman to acknowledge receipt of the Treasurer’s report; ayes: Coffman, Anderson, Blessing, Sallach, Flak; motion carried.Claims approval.

Motion by Anderson, seconded by Blessing to approve the claims as revised; ayes: Coffman, Anderson, Blessing, Sallach, Flak; motion carried.

Maintenance Report.Motion by Sallach, seconded by Blessing to approve additional cost of $3,241 for the east pit pump project; ayes: Coffman, Anderson, Blessing, Sallach, Flak; motion carried.

Nuisance update. Presentation by Jeremy Lutt, Cougar Youth Baseball, with proposed plan to improve the ballfield at Tyson Park, Trustee Anderson will work with Lutt on plans.Russ Hein spoke to bring awareness to importance of care in spraying chemicals in the village to avoid adverse reactions to crops and the health of people.

George Blessing Jr. representing Murray Freedom Festival spoke for clarification on converting mud volleyball courts to sand volleyball courts; advised he would report back to board next meeting whether or not some funding may be provided by Conestoga School. Trustee Anderson advised the board would get together some cost estimates for the projects and advised a good probability of completing project by July 4th.

Alan Miller spoke about Emergency Management Plan, advised he will be attending an upcoming meeting regarding the possibility of FEMA/NRD grant applications for items needed for disaster preparedness and response. Miller provided information about certification classes through FEMA for board members.Steve Harris discussed a matter regarding two properties on one water meter, tabled for board to prepare estimate to put in second meter.

Chairman Flak advised Johnson Controls will be here to inspect sewers as soon as weather and streets clear, possible break in line.

Jeremy Masid spoke regarding the road west of his property (525 E Campbell) currently not being maintained, Barry Road. He requested the village maintain this road for access to his property. He also advised the neighbor has moved the cars previously parked there. Trustee Coffman advised this road will be maintained in the future.

Bill Pate appeared to discuss requirements for adding a tiny house on property at 107 E Young St; will provide plans and exact location information when the project nears, and he will apply for a building permit and complete utility application.

Motion by Blessing, seconded by Coffman to adopt Resolution 19-02, to enter into agreement with NDOT for improvements on Hwy 1, Main Street, in the corporate limits of the Village of Murray; ayes: Coffman, Anderson, Blessing, Sallach, Flak; motion carried.

Motion by Blessing, seconded by Anderson, to adopt Resolution 19-05 to prohibit the parking, stopping, or blocking of the alley by vehicles on Loughridge between Campbell & Main; ayes: Coffman, Anderson, Blessing, Sallach, Flak; motion carried.Hearing Nuisance 109 N Loughridge, Scott Grasso.

Motion by Blessing, seconded by Coffman to open the hearing for the nuisance 109 N Loughridge; ayes: Coffman, Anderson, Blessing, Sallach, Flak; motion carried.

Motion by Coffman, seconded by Blessing to close the hearing; ayes: Coffman, Anderson, Blessing, Sallach, Flak, motion carried.

Motion by Coffman seconded by Anderson to abate as necessary; ayes: Coffman, Anderson, Blessing, Sallach, Flak; motion carried.

Motion by Anderson, seconded by Coffman, to adopt NPPD Enhanced PRO Agreement which extends the current agreement; ayes: Coffman, Anderson, Blessing, Sallach, Flak; motion carried.

Discussion regarding utility bill payment collection, penalty dates, and re-wording of ordinance per recommendations of recent financial audit. Chairman Flak will have attorney amend wording.

Motion by Anderson, seconded by Sallach to enter Executive Session at 8:35 PM to discuss procedural matters; ayes: Coffman, Anderson, Blessing, Sallach, Flak; motion carried.

Motion by Blessing, seconded by Coffman to exit executive session at 9:38 PM; ayes: Coffman, Anderson, Blessing, Sallach, Flak; motion carried.

Motion by Blessing, seconded by Sallach, to nominate Brian Coffman as Code Enforcement Officer; ayes: Coffman, Anderson, Blessing, Sallach, Flak; motion carried.

Motion by Coffman, seconded by Anderson to adjourn the meeting at 9:45 PM; ayes: Coffman, Anderson, Blessing, Sallach, Flak; motion carried.

I, the undersigned Village Clerk of the Village of Murray, Nebraska, hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of proceedings had and done by the Chairperson and the Board of Trustees of the Village of Murray to the best of my knowledge; that the agenda was kept continually current and available for public inspection at the office of the Village Clerk; that the minutes were in written form and available for public inspection within (10) working days and prior to the next convened meeting of said body; the minutes are published in summary form, upon request a complete copy is available at the Village Office.

 

Stanley D. Flak, Chairman
Shelli S. Hayes, Village Clerk
 
 

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