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									                             VILLAGE OF PLEASANTON
                           BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING
                         OF SEPTEMBER 13, 2011 AT 7:30 P.M.
                         PLEASANTON COMMUNITY CENTER

        Notice of the meeting was given in advance by posting in three public places, a
designated method of giving notices. Notice of the meeting and a copy of their acknowledgment
of the receipt of agenda were communicated in advance and in the notice to the Chairperson and
Board of Trustees of this meeting. All proceedings were taken while the convened meeting was
open to the attendance of the public.
        The meeting was called to order by Randy Tolles at 7:30 p.m.
        The Chairperson announced to all present that the Open Meeting Laws are posted in the
Community Center.
        The following persons were present at the meeting: Chairperson: Randy Tolles; Trustees:
Brian Paitz, Brian Pritchard, Keith Rasmussen, and Dean Smith. Also present: Angie Kucera,
Pat Epley, and Randy Reese.
        It was moved by Rasmussen and seconded by Pritchard to approve the agenda for
September 13, 2011. Yes: Tolles, Paitz, Pritchard, Rasmussen, and Smith. No: None. MC
        It was moved by Pritchard and seconded by Rasmussen to approve the minutes from the
meetings of August 9, 2011 and August 23, 2011. Yes: Tolles, Paitz, Pritchard, Rasmussen, and
Smith. No: none. MC
        The Chairperson opened the public hearing at 7:31 p.m. for the Village of Pleasanton
Budget for fiscal Year October 1, 2011 to September 30, 2012.
        A motion was made by Smith and seconded by Pritchard to approve a 1% increase in
2010-2011 funds subject to restrictions. Yes: Tolles, Paitz, Pritchard, Rasmussen, and Smith.
No: none. MC
        Trustee Paitz introduced Ordinance No. 2011-O-3 entitled:
        AN ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OF PLEASANTON, NEBRASKA,
ORDINANCE TO ADOPT THE BUDGET STATEMENT TO BE TERMED THE ANNUAL
APPROPRIATION BILL; TO APPROPRIATE SUMS FOR NECESSARY EXPENSES AND
LIABILITIES; TO PROVIDE FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
        And then it was moved by Trustee Smith and seconded by Trustee Paitz that the statutory
rule requiring that the Ordinance be read by title on three different days be suspended. The yes
and no were called upon the adoption of said motion, and vote was as follows: Yes: Tolles,
Paitz, Pritchard, Rasmussen, and Smith. No: none. MC
        The Chairman declared the motion carried and said statutory rules suspended.
        Thereupon the Chairman declared said Ordinance No. 2011-O-3 was read by title and it
was moved by Trustee Smith and seconded by Trustee Paitz that Ordinance 2011-O-3 be passed
and adopted. The Chairman stated that the question was: “Shall Ordinance No. 2011-O-3 be
passed and adopted?” The yes and no were called upon the question as stated and a vote was as
follows: Yes: Tolles, Paitz, Pritchard, Rasmussen, and Smith. No: none. MC
        Thereupon the Chairman declared said Ordinance No. 2011-O-3 duly passed and adopted
and the Chairman of the Board of Trustees in the presence of the Board signed and approved the
Ordinance and the Clerk attested the passage and approval of the same and affixed her signature
thereto. A true and complete copy of the ordinance is as follows:
                                 VILLAGE OF PLEASANTON
                                  PLEASANTON, NEBRASKA
                                  ORDINANCE NO. 2011-O-3
AN ORDINANCE TO ADOPT THE BUDGET STATEMENT TO BE TERMED THE
ANNUAL APPROPRIATION BILL; TO APPROPRIATE SUMS FOR NECESSARY
EXPENSES AND LIABILITIES; TO PROVIDE FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE VILLAGE OF PLEASANTON, NEBRASKA:
Section 1. After complying with all procedures required by law, the budget presented and set
forth in the budget statement is hereby approved as the Annual Appropriation Bill for the fiscal
year beginning October 1, 2011 through September 30, 2012. The sums of money contained in
the budget statement are hereby appropriated for the necessary expenses and liabilities of the
Village of Pleasanton, Nebraska. A copy of the budget document shall be forwarded as provided
by law to the Auditor of Public Accounts, State Capitol, Lincoln, Nebraska, and to the County
Clerk of Buffalo County, Nebraska, for use by the levying authority.
Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage,
approval and publication or posting as required by law.
Passed and adopted this 13th day of September, 2011.
Board Chairperson- Randy Tolles
ATTEST: Angela Kucera, Clerk
        A motion was made by Rasmussen and seconded by Paitz to approve Resolution 2011-R-
6 setting Levy for Budget Year 2011-2012. Yes: Tolles, Paitz, Pritchard, Rasmussen, and Smith.
No: none. MC
                                  VILLAGE OF PLEASANTON
                                          PLEASANTON
                                   RESOLUTION NO. 2011-R-6
WHEREAS, Nebraska statutes 77-1601 and 77-1601-2 authorizes the Governing Body to set a
final property tax request at an amount that differs from the prior year request.
WHEREAS, the Chairperson and Village Board of Pleasanton, Nebraska, has conducted a public
hearing as prescribed by law and heard and considered comments concerning the propriety of
setting property tax request at a different amount.
WHEREAS, the Chairperson and the Village Board of Pleasanton, Nebraska hereby finds and
determines that it is in the best interests of the Village that a property tax request be set at an
amount that differs from the prior year request.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CHAIRPERSON AND THE VILLAGE
BOARD OF PLEASANTON, NEBRASKA, That the property tax request for the fiscal year
2011-2012 is set at $69,210.80 with $52,885.68 allocated to the general fund and $16,325.12
allocated to the bond fund.
Passed and adopted this 13th day of September, 2011.
Board Chairperson- Randy Tolles
ATTEST: Angela Kucera, Clerk
        A motion was made by Smith and seconded by Rasmussen to approve the request for an
Audit Waiver for the year ending September 30, 2011. Yes: Tolles, Paitz, Pritchard, Rasmussen,
and Smith. No: none. MC
        The Chairperson closed the public hearing at 7:37 p.m.
        Randy Reese was present representing the Village of Pleasanton Planning Committee.
He reported on the activities that have taken place within the last quarter.
        A motion was made by Rasmussen and seconded by Pritchard to approve Drawdown #7
for general administration from Miller & Associates in the amount of $3,360.00. Yes: Tolles,
Paitz, Pritchard, Rasmussen, and Smith. No: none. MC
         A motion was made by Rasmussen and seconded by Pritchard to approve the Final
Financial Report for the CDBG Project- Street Paving Project. Yes: Tolles, Paitz, Pritchard,
Rasmussen, and Smith. No: none. MC
         Pat Epley was present to discuss the maintenance report for September 2011. A motion
was made by Rasmussen and seconded by Pritchard to approve replacing new rear tires for the
village tractor with Trotter Service in the amount of $1,301.98 plus a total of $179.98 if new
tubes are needed. Yes: Tolles, Paitz, Pritchard, and Rasmussen. No: none. Abstain: Smith. MC
         Angie Kucera reported on behalf of the Park Bathroom Committee that the committee
has started to meet and they will keep the village board informed of recommendations being
made.
         Discussion was made on having ordinances added to the village website. A motion was
made by Pritchard and seconded by Rasmussen to all village ordinances put on the village
website with costs kept under $500.00. Yes: Tolles, Paitz, Pritchard, Rasmussen, and Smith.
No: none. MC
         Angie Kucera reported on the Treasurers Report for August 2011. It was moved by
Smith and seconded by Rasmussen to approve Treasurers Report. Yes: Tolles, Paitz, Pritchard,
Rasmussen, and Smith. No: None. MC
         It was moved by Smith and seconded by Rasmussen to have the Treasurer transfer
$40,000 from the general savings account to the general checking account. Yes: Tolles, Paitz,
Pritchard, Rasmussen, and Smith. No: none. MC
         A motion was made to put four certificates of deposits coming due into a 23 month
special rate. Yes: Tolles, Paitz, Pritchard, Rasmussen, and Smith. No: none. MC
         It was moved by Rasmussen and seconded by Pritchard to approve the bills and be paid
as follows:
General Fund- $14,039.46, Street Fund- $9,503.55, Water Fund- $3,030.90, Sewer Fund-
$1,500.27, Cemetery Fund- $378.07, August Gross Payroll- $5,828.66, Ace Hardware- $33.97
(street supplies), Buffalo County Sheriff- $128.13 (law enforcement), Central Fire & Safety-
$39.50 (operating supplies), Dawson Public Power District- $1,619.69 (utilities), Eckel- Connie
or Lenny- $1.61 (utility refund), Ellerbrock-Norris Insurance- $8.00 & $8,800.00 (insurance),
Frontier- $138.90 (telephone), Great Plains One-Call- $17.82 (diggers hotline), IRS- $1,502.23
(payroll liabilities), Kearney Hub- $89.83 (publishing), Kucera, Angela- $33.78 (travel), Kearney
Implement- $47.16 (cemetery supplies), Lammers Land Leveling- $3,230.00 (street repair),
League of Nebraska Municipalities- $409.00 (dues), Miller & Associates- $3,360.00 (street
project), Municipal Code Services- $75.00 (legal), Municipal Code Supply- $383.09 (water
supplies), NE Public Health Environmental Lab- $20.00 (lab fees), NE Department of Revenue-
$510.03 (sales tax), NE Department of Revenue- $25.00 (dues), Nebraska Mosquito & Vector
Control Association- $15.00 (dues), Petty Cash- $17.46, (water fees), Pleasanton Irrigation-
$12.39 (street supplies), Post Master- $29.00 (office supplies), Ravenna Sanitation- $2,005.36
(contract), Ravenna Sanitation- $124.50 (utilities), River Stop- $117.00 (gas), Source Gas-
$87.82 (utilities), Trotter Fertilizer- $30.29 (spray), Trotter Service- $252.95 (gas) and $31.91
(cemetery oil & gas), Utility Section League of Municipalities- $294.00 (dues), Verizon- $56.96
(telephone), and Village of Pleasanton- $150.00 (machine hire). Yes: Tolles, Paitz, Pritchard,
and Rasmussen. No: None. Abstain: Smith. MC.
         No past due utilities were reported.
         It was moved by Rasmussen to adjourn the meeting at 8:57 p.m.
         Respectfully submitted, Angela S. Kucera

								
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