MINUTES

CEDAR CREEK BOARD OF TRUSTEES

12-03-02

The Cedar Creek Board of Trustees met in regular session, at 7:00 p.m., on December 3, 2002,   at the Village Hall. Board members present:  Reynolds, Bode Rydle, Swenson.  Absent: Stauffer.  Advanced notice of the meeting was given by posting in the Village and by publication in the Plattsmouth Journal.

Motion by Bode, second by Rydl, to approve the minutes of the 11-05-02 meeting.   All ayes. 

TREASURER'S REPORT:

Account Balances: Checking $28,598.50, Money Market $32,214.40

Claims: Rural Water #3..23.50  Plattsmouth Journal..61.86 Alltel..67.94 OPPD park..10.00 OPPD building..116.00 OPPD street lights..100.64  Jefferson Pilot Financial..96.20  County Election Commissioner..57.25  League..21.95  Reliable Office Supply..83.38  B Reinsch..200.00  Cass County Sheriff..1214.88   SE NE Tourism..25.00  Outdoor Junction..634.50  Payroll..1762.33

Motion by Swenson, second by Bode, to approve the treasure's report and pay all claims.  All ayes.  

POLICE REPORT:

Deputies reported 72 hours of patrol were logged for Cedar Creek during the month of October and 67.45 hours for the month of November.  There were 15 calls for service: 3 Fire Calls/Traffic, 3 Disturbance, 2 Civil Matters, 2 Security Checks, Terroristic Threat, Locate Person/Vehicle, Auto Theft, Rescue, Illegal Parking.

CORRESPONDENCE:

Memo from Cass County Department of Roads regarding input on the annual one and six year road plan.

Information from Nebraska Concrete Paving Association on an upcoming workshop December 12th at Mahoney State Park.

Nebraska Division of Travel and Tourism, seeking input for developing a new tourism marketing theme.

Information on a program for safe disposal of household hazardous waste.  Additional information will be requested.

REPORTS OF OFFICERS, BOARDS, AND COMMITTEES:

A report on the Tree/Park Board meeting was given:  The Easter Egg Hunt will be at 11:00 a.m. on April 19th at the Park; Cedar Creek Day will be held on June 28th, with changes of location for some activities.  The games, car show, and craft show/flea market will be held at the park, breakfast, dinner, and bingo will be at the Fire Barn; Changes were made to the membership list for the Tree Board and Park Board; The Park Board is planning construction of a Pavilion at the park.  Plans for the project are being drawn; The landscape timbers were installed at the playground by several volunteers.  The Tree/Park Boards will meet again in February.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

Due to errors in the ordinances to form street improvement districts, motion by Rydl, second by Swenson, to table the item to the January 7, 2003 meeting.  All ayes.

ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS:

Ordinance 2002-04 was read by title.  Motion by Bode, second by Swenson, to waive the three required readings.  Voting: Bode-yes, Rydl-yes, Swenson-yes, Reynolds-yes, Stauffer-absent.  Motion by Rydl, second by Bode, to adopt Ordinance 2002-04.  Voting: Bode-yes, Rydl-yes, Swenson-yes, Reynolds-yes, Stauffer-absent.  Ordinance 2002-04 shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval and publication as required by law.

Ordinance 2002-05 was read by title.  Motion by Bode, second by Swenson, to waive the three required readings.  Voting: Bode-yes, Rydl-yes, Swenson-yes, Reynolds-yes, Stauffer-absent.  Motion by Rydl, second by Bode, to adopt Ordinance 2002-05.  Voting: Bode-yes, Rydl-yes, Swenson-yes, Reynolds-yes, Stauffer-absent.  Ordinance 2002-05 shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval and publication as required by law.

Ordinance 2002-06 was read by title.  Motion by Bode, second by Swenson, to waive the three required readings.  Voting: Bode-yes, Rydl-yes, Swenson-yes, Reynolds-yes, Stauffer-absent.  Motion by Rydl, second by Bode, to adopt Ordinance 2002-06.  Voting: Bode-yes, Rydl-yes, Swenson-yes, Reynolds-yes, Stauffer-absent.  Ordinance 2002-06 shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval and publication as required by law.

MISCELLANEOUS:

The oath of office was given to Trustees Dan Muntz, Gwen Bode, and Dave Rydl.  Dave Reynolds retired from the board with the appreciation of the new board for his six years of service to the village.

Motion by Rydl, second by Swenson to nominate Gwen Bode as Chairperson.  No other nominations made.  Motion by Swenson to close the nominations.  Second by Rydl.  All ayes.  Voting for Gwen Bode as Chairperson: Rydl-yes, Swenson-yes, Muntz-yes, Bode-yes, Stauffer-absent.

Motion by Bode, second by Swenson, to nominate Dave Rydl, as Chairman Pro-Tempore.  Motion by Swenson to close the nominations.  Second by Muntz.  All ayes.  Voting for Dave Rydl as Chairman Pro-Tempore: Swenson-yes, Muntz-yes, Bode-yes, Rydl-yes, Stauffer-absent.

Motion by Rydl, second by Swenson, to approve all appointed offices.  All ayes.

NEW BUSINESS:

Questions were directed to the Board on enforcement of hunting regulations and recommended distances from residential districts.  In the opinion of the board, anyone found to be in violation of any state hunting regulation or anyone creating an unsafe condition by hunting too close to populated areas, should be ticketed and fined by the Cass County Sheriff.

Motion by Rydl, second by Swenson, to research the cost of a new copier for the village office.  All ayes.

PERMITS:    

Addition to Dwelling, Lot #89  Approved by the Planning Commission and by the Floodplain Manager.  Motion by Muntz, second by Swenson, to approve the permit.  All ayes.

Pole Barn, Diesel Lake Road  A pole barn is allowed on agricultural property but not on residential property.  This property is agricultural.  Approved by the Planning Commission and by the Floodplain Manager.  Motion by Rydl, second by Swenson to approve the permit.  All ayes.

Dwelling, Lot #45 Fuxa Addition  Approved by the Planning Commission.  Motion by Swenson, second by Muntz to approve the permit on condition approval is received from the Floodplain Manager.  All ayes.

Motion by Swenson, second by Rydl, to enter into executive session at 7:40 p.m., to discus legal issues.  All ayes.  Motion by Swenson, second by Rydl, to exit executive session at 7:55 p.m.  All ayes.

Chair Bode asked for any comments from those in attendance.  The board was questioned as to the extent of street repairs planned.  It is planned to have 4 inch asphalt overlay on all streets.  The board was also asked when the trees will be cut on the river dike.  G. Stauffer is in charge of the project and not present to answer.

There being no further business to come before the board, motion by  Rydl, second by Swenson to adjourn.   All ayes.

 

Mary C. Terry

Municipal Clerk/Treasurer

 

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