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The agenda of the Commissioner's meetings is kept in the office of the County Clerk and may be added to or amended up to 24 hours prior to the meeting. The version posted on this site may not be the latest version. Check in the Clerk's office for the official version.

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Commissioners Agenda for April 21, 2014 posted by Jack Andersen 
Last updated  04-18-2014 09:38:39 in pdf format.

The meeting statement of the last meeting is listed below. Click here to view full minutes of the April 14, 2014 meeting

Proceedings Statement  of the April 21, 2014 Commissioners meeting.
By James E. Krotz

Present were Chairman Dan Kling, Commissioners Jack Andersen and James Krotz and County Clerk Sindy Coburn.

Barb Van Kerrebrook and Jeanette Graber of Sheridan County Generations in Volunteer Efforts (GIVE) reported on recent activities of the program including the soon to be awarded Student Community Service Award. Van Kerrebrook announced her intention to retire as program director as of June 30. Graber informed the Board of her concern regarding Microsoft Corporation’s decision to end support for Windows XP used on the program’s computers. After a discussion of the applications being used and the needs of the current needs of program the Commissioners suggested that GIVE not update their computer hardware at this time.

Sandy Roes and Sherry Retzlaff presented information on the Panhandle Partnership for Health and Human Services Comprehensive Youth Services Assessment and Plan 2015-19. Retzlaff announced that the $14,000 grant for a school resource officer for the Gordon/Rushville School system has been approved.

Karen Eisenbarth, Executive Director of Northwest Community Action Partnership (NCAP) appeared to request approval of a resolution authorizing NCAP to apply for funding from the Federal Transit Act and the Nebraska Public Transportation Assistance Program for support of the Sheridan Country Transportation Program. The Commissioners approved the resolution.

The SCT program is intended to help our citizens stay in their homes longer by providing low cost transportation for shopping, medical services and other needs. Need a ride? Call 327-2877.

Building Superintendent Dwaine Sones met with the Board to review several building maintenance programs.

County Assessor Trudy Winter informed the Commissioners that the Tax Equalization and Review Commission would hold a “show cause” hearing on the proposed valuation of irrigated land in Sheridan County on Wednesday, April 30 at noon. The hearing will be by means of teleconference and will convene on the Sheridan County end in the Commissioners meeting room in the County courthouse. Interested parties are welcome to attend.

The next regular meeting of the Board of Commissioners is scheduled for Monday, April 28 at 9:00 a.m.

Submitted by James Krotz

The minutes of this and all meetings of the Board of Commissioners are available to the public at the office of the Sheridan County Clerk. All meetings of the Board of Commissioners are held in compliance with Nebraska Open Meetings Law.

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