ASHLAND CITY COUNCIL

A meeting of the Ashland City

Council was held on June 6, 2019 at

7 p.m.

Mayor Grauerholz called the

meeting to order, declared a quorum

and noted the Open Meetings

Act.

Motion carried to adopt the regular

agenda.

Motion carried to approve granting

an extension of the completion

date for nuisance property at 1909

Boyd St with a new completion

date of June 19.

Motion carried to approve granting

an extension of completion

date for nuisance property at 2602

Adams St with the agreement that

owner will be down to three

trucks, five registered bikes and

the lean-to removed.

Motion carried to approve

Change Order #3 (Final) on Silver

Street Water Main project in the

amount of a decrease of $6,341.27.

Motion carried to approve Pay

Request #7 (Final) from General

Excavating for Silver St Water

Main project in the amount of

$58,460.26.

Motion carried to approve acceptance

of Certificate of Substantial

Completion of Silver St Water

Main project.

Motion carried to approve Pay

Request #2 (Final) from Watts

Electric Company for Silver St

Bridge Aesthetic Railing and Ornamental

Lighting in the amount of

$3,602.32.

Motion carried to approve acceptance

of Certificate of Substantial

Completion for the Silver St

Bridge Aesthetic Railing and Ornamental

Lighting project.

Motion carried to recommend approval

to the Nebraska Liquor

Commission regarding Special

Designated License for various

dates in June and July 2019 for Glacial

Till Vineyard at 1432 Silver St.

Motion carried to approve authorizing

the sign Tender

approve

thorizing the Mayor to sign Tender

and Release Agreement with Hudson

Insurance for the 2018 Whitetail

Estates 1st Addition.

Motion carried to approve authorizing

the Mayor to sign Completion

Contract with Bauer Underground

for the 2018 Whitetail

Estates 1st Addition.

Motion carried to approve Option

#2 from Delta Electric for LED

Lighting Downtown north of Silver

St on 14th.

Motion carried to approve displaying

the American flag from

Memorial Day to Veterans Day on

14th St.

Motion carried to move the first

meeting in July to Tuesday, July 2.

Motion carried to approve the

consent agenda.

Motion carried to approve the

second half of May 2019 Claims.

A Lingwall Return 135.72Access

Tec hComp Svc 745.55 Acco

Parts/Supp3,017.95AflacIns734.04A

irgas Oxygen 319.21 Amazon

Books 56.68 American Fence Repair

4,856.47 Ameritas 414h 8092.14

City Trfr 200 Ashland Disp Trash

646 Ash gazette Legals 248.68 Ash

Pharmacy Supp 506.46 Baker &

TaylorBooks293.51BergankdvAudit

7,800Black Hills EnGas140.45BC/BS

of NEIns10,794.97Bound Tree Medical

Llc Supp 1,718 C & L Hardware

Supp 74.78 Center Point Large

Print Books 220.50 Core & Main Repair

261.98 Diane Cox Story teller

Program 125 F&M Bank

Computer/Etc 1,140.18 Ed M. Feld

Equip Compressor 600 First Concord

Caf Plan 1,575 Gale Books

77.48 Grainger Dispensers 217.80

Hamilton Equip Generator 2,083.60

Home Depot Tool408.76J Wendt

Mic42.39J Quinn Program 250 JEO

Prof Svc9625.51Jones Ins In 332

Laughlin Elect Repair146.79D Loftus

Toilets 125 M West Training 85

Mid-Iowa Solid Waste Part

87.31Ndeq Exam125Ne Child Support

425.56 Ne RevTax3,185.94Ne

Envir Lab Testing 15NW Mutual Ins

1,053 Office Net Copies 350.55 One

Call Concept Hotline 98.60 OPPD

Elect 11,185.28 ;Phil 66 Fuel 1,132.96

; Precision Lighting Repair 10,105 ;

Principal Life Ins 213.06 ; Quill

Paer/Supp 240.89 ; Rembolt Ludtke

Legal 3,223.50 ; Rr Donnelley Citations

64.99 ; Sapp Bros Fuel

1,037.34 ; Sa Cty Clerk Election

5,182.52 ; Schroder Concrete Repair

8,622.00 ; Sirchie Supp 158.2

;SE Library System Training 50

;StericycleHaz Waste 267.5;Sun

Life Insur296.72;Todd Valley

Supp/Etc 150.37 ;Ty’s Outdoor

Power Parts/ Supp 608.57 ;US

Treas W/ H 15,237.45 ;USPS Postage

311.85 ;Enforcement Video

Camera 480 ;Wells Fargo Copier

134.34 ;Windstream Phone 498.03

;P/R24,614.60;P/R23,762.78;Grace

Custom HomeReturn Dep500;D&E

Custom BldgReturn Dep500;M

TaylorReturn Dep500;J BranicRetrn

Dep33.12;CityApply Dep66.88;

Mayor’s report and communications

were given. Motion carried

to adjourn.

R Grauerholz,

MayorK Sliva, City Clerk

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