PROCEEDINGS OF THE KNOX COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

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Posted: Wednesday, June 5, 2019 3:27 pm

A regular meeting of the Knox County Board of Equalization was held in the Boardroom at the Knox County Courthouse in Center, Nebraska, on the date of April 25, 2019, at 10:00 a.m. Present were Supervisors Martin J. O’Connor District #1, Patrick J. Liska District #2, Virgil H. Miller District #3, James Sokol, Jr. District #4, Kevin D. Mackeprang District #5, Danny R. Schlote District #6 and James J. Borgmann District #7. Absent was none. Chairman Schlote presiding.

Chairman Schlote announced to the public that a copy of the Public Open Meeting Act was posted in the Boardroom.

Notice of the meeting was given in advance thereof by publication in the Crofton Journal newspaper, as shown by the Affidavit of Publication attached to these minutes.

Notice of this meeting was simultaneously given to all members and a copy of their acknowledgment and receipt of notice and agenda is attached to these minutes. All proceedings hereafter shown were taken while the convened meeting was opened to the attendance of the public.

Chairman Schlote approved the May 9, 2019, meeting minutes as read

There was no public comment on agenda items.

There was no public comment on non-agenda items.

Placed on file was the TERC Findings and Order for 2019.

The following Omitted/Clerical Changes to Valuations were approved: Neil Clausen, omitted, 466,605 to 466,255; Brian Eisenhauer, omitted, 113,740 to 117,502; First Trinity, clerical, 5,480 to 0; Nicholas Fiscus, omitted, 191,620 to 192,305; Randy Frank, omitted, 96,725 to 97,255; Arlan Haberer, clerical, 302,545 to 303,100; Frank Hanzlik, omitted, 166,215 to 151,395; Gerald Hart, clerical, 165,090 to 164,255; James Huttmann, omitted, 745,515 to 744,985; Leonard Kleinschmit, omitted, 911,390 to 918,990; Kelvin & Kevin Kumm, omitted, 174,910 to 179,345; Duane Liska, omitted, 42,015 to 39,165; Ronald Maeder, clerical, 205,830 to 188,305; Merchant Const., omitted, 186,305 to 195,600; Thomas Meyer, clerical, 18,025 to 14,775; Neil Miller, omitted 117,000 to 120,780; Garry Nielsen, omitted, 58,855 to 49,115; Phillip Nielsen, omitted, 865,465 to 864,675; Neil Peed, clerical, 965,880 to 966,080; Travis Poppe, clerical, 992,335 to 990,550; Tommy Repenning, omitted, 420,865 to 407,340; James Schmit, omitted, 367,285 to 404,880; Jeffrey Schneider, omitted, 33,105 to 30,940; Neil Seagren, omitted, 756,845 to 759,200; Marilyn Sharp, omitted, 434,780 to 420,770; David Strivens, clerical, 803,360 to 832,440; Janita Uhing, omitted, 421,550 to 408,800; Katherine Valverde, omitted, 765,990 to 763,020; Allan Waggoner, omitted, 15,840 to 13,145; Mike Wagner, omitted, 118,545 to 130,720; Walstrom, omitted, 500 to 0.

Approved was an Agreement for the Provision of Limited Professional Services between Cornerstone Mapping, Inc. and Knox County, for the aerial flight of the rivers only, in the west half of Knox County, in the amount of $19,090, and for all compiling of reports associated with this service. By roll call vote. Ayes Districts #1, #2, #3, #4 and #7. Nays Districts #5 and #6. Motion carried.

Co. Assessor McManigal informed the Board that evidence had been mailed to TERC for the upcoming appeal hearings.

Chairman Schlote adjourned the Knox County Board of Equalization at 10:36 a.m. on May 30, 2019, until 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 13, 2019, for a regular meeting.

Joann M. Fischer,

Knox County Clerk

Publish June 5, 2019.

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