CITY OF RALSTON PUBLIC NOTICES 10/27/21

CITY OF RALSTON

NOTICE OF MEETING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meeting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Ralston, Nebraska, will be held at 5:30 P.M. on Tuesday, November 2, 2021, in the Council Chambers at Ralston City Hall. An agenda, which is kept continuously current, is available for public inspection at the office of the City Clerk at City Hall.

Rosemarie D. Russell

City Clerk

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CITY OF RALSTON

NOTICE OF MEETING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meeting of the Planning Commission of the City of Ralston, Nebraska, will be held at 5:30 P.M. on Monday, November 8, 2021, in the Council Chambers at Ralston City Hall. An agenda, which is kept continuously current, is available for public inspection at the office of the City Clerk at City Hall.

Rosemarie D. Russell

City Clerk

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Ralston City Council Regular Meeting

Minutes - Tuesday, October 5, 2021

The complete minutes are on file in the office of the City Clerk and are available for public inspection during regular business hours or on the City’s website at www.cityofralston.com.

The Ralston City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 at 5:30 PM at Ralston City Hall.  The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Roll was called with the following present: Mayor Groesser and Council members Brousek, Fideline, Kavanaugh, Krause, Sanchez, and Preis.  The agenda was available at City Hall for public inspection and posted prior to the meeting.  The legal notice for the meeting was published in the Omaha Daily Record.  Claims listed are approved and part of these minutes.

Pastor Tessa Zehring, Trinity United Methodist Church, gave the invocation.  Mayor Groesser welcomed the press and guests.  Groesser said the meeting is subject to the Nebraska Open Meetings Act.  A copy of the Act is posted at the rear of the Council Chambers and is available to view on the City’s website at www.cityofralston.com.

Reviewed the following items under the consent agenda: (1) Minutes from the September 21, 2021 regular city council meeting; (2) Claims; and (3) Department Head and/or Commission Reports.  Moved and seconded to approve the Consent Agenda.  Aye:  Brousek, Fideline, Kavanaugh, Krause, Sanchez, and Preis.  Nay:  None.  Absent:  None.  Motion carried.

Hoppe complimented Freshman for all the assistance with abating issues at an apartment complex.

Pat Eccles, Assistant Fire Chief, reported on the open house and pancake feed.  Hoppe reported on 72nd and Q Street. 

Groesser read a proclamation for Veterinary Technician Week in the City of Ralston.

Moved and seconded to approve the Capital Improvements Plan.  Aye:  Brousek, Fideline, Kavanaugh, Krause, Sanchez, and Preis.  Nay:  None.  Absent:  None.  Motion carried.

Moved and seconded to accept the proposal from Feld Fire for the Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus for the Ralston Fire Department.  Aye:  Brousek, Fideline, Kavanaugh, Krause, Sanchez, and Preis.  Nay:  None.  Absent:  None.  Motion carried.

Public comment:  There was no public comment.

Council comment:   Fideline reminded about the Fire Department and Honor Guard service at Koch Park on Saturday at 11:00 AM.  This service is for the firemen that have passed away in the past two years.  Kavanaugh gave kudos to the Fire Department on the pancake feed.  Krause commented on a recent Keno jackpot win.

The meeting adjourned at 5:58 PM.

The next regular meeting is Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at 5:00 PM.

Rosemarie D. Russell

City Clerk

Donald A. Groesser

Mayor

Claims – October 5, 2021

Airgas USA, $212.91, Shop Materials; American Public Works Assoc., $215.00, Membership; American United Life Insurance Co, $1,098.71, Employee Life Insurance; Aramark/Ameripride, $122.67, Rugs; Black Hills Energy, $198.22, Utility; Blackstone Publishing, $30.94, Audio Visual Materials; Blue Cross & Blue Shield of NE, $44,719.58, Employee Health Insurance; Casey’s Business Mastercard, $24.50, Gas; Cengage Learning Inc, $143.20, Books; Century Certified Services, $28.00, Pest Control; City of LaVista, $1,268.30, Special Services; City of Ralston Lottery Fund, $350,000.00, Transfer to Lottery Fund; City of Ralston Lottery Jackpot Fund, $4,000.00, Transfer to Lottery Jackpot Account; Civicplus, $5,949.68, Website; Cline Williams, $2,465.00, Nebraska Community Foundation; CNA Surety Direct Bill, $40.00, Bond; Conner Psychological Services, $1,540.00, Pre-Employment Psych Eval; Cox Business Services, $887.09, Telephone System; Detectachem, $348.42, Drug Test Equipment; Dude Solutions, $12,629.51, Smart.gov Software; Eakes Office Solutions, $196.76, Office Supplies; Experian, $27.00, Professional Services; Factory Motor Parts Co, $665.64, Parts; Brianna Fleek, $180.00, Cleaning Services; Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 1, $720.00, Dues Withheld; Great Western Bank Pension, $23,267.48, Pension; Great Western Bank Visa, $6,301.69, Business Expenses; Donald Groesser, $132.00, Mileage Reimbursement; HDR Engineering, $3,150.50, Professional Services; Houghton Bradford Whitted PC, $3,045.00, Professional Fees/Legislature; Humana Insurance Co, $2,462.34, Employee Dental/Vision Insurance; Husch Blackwell, $2,000.00, CARES Act Legal Advice; Husch Blackwell Strategies, $5,000.00, Professional Fees; Hy Vee, $38.56, Activity Program; Integrated MSP, $11,500.00, Network Support; Jack’s Uniforms & Equipment, $2,748.38, Uniforms; JEO Consulting Group, Inc., $7,907.50, 75th St Improvement/Engineer; Johnathon McKenzie, $50.00, Mowing and Misc Maintenance; Jones Automotive, $129.29, Parts; KS State Bank, $31,691.66, Street Sweeper; League Assoc of Risk Mgmt, $194,793.00, Insurance; League of NE Municipalities, $2,286.00, Conference; Library Ideas, $597.20, Books; Marriott Hotels & Resorts, $440.00, Conference Expense; Menards, $697.32, Supplies; Metro, $767.00, Service Contract; Midwest Regional Health Services, $225.00, Covid Testing; Mitchell & Associates, $12,000.00, 7640 Main Street; MNI, $115.90, Industrial Directory; MUD, $1,564.68, Utilities; Nebraska Iowa Supply Co, $3,289.89, Fuel; Nebraska Law Enforcement Training, $17.95, Training and Testing; Nebraska-Iowa Industrial Fasteners, $150.20, Parts; Margaret O’Malley, $214.50, Janitorial Services; Omni Engineering, $1,716.02, City Patch; Overhead Door Co of Omaha, $120.00, Door Repair; Papillion Sanitation, $613.64, Trash Collection; PNC Equipment Finance, $47,754.04, Rental; Police Officers’ Assoc of NE, $225.00, Membership; Quality Tire, $456.00, Tires; Ralston Automotive, $704.87, Repair; Ralston Volunteer Fire Dept, $17,239.58, Fire Protection Agreement; Ralston-Byers Insurance Agency, $175.00, Bond Renewal R. Russell; Rose Equipment, $435.30, Parts; Rosemarie Russell, $56.00, Reimbursement; Sarpy County, $1,827.34, Animal Control; The Daily Record, $297.40; Trugreen Processing Center, $155.00, Lawn Care; Voya, $1,650.00, Employee Retirement.

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