THE CENTRAL NEBRASKA PUBLIC POWER AND IRRIGATION DISTRICT
DISTRICT HEADQUARTERS
HOLDREGE, NE 68949
MAY 7, 2018 – 9:00 A.M.
BOARD MEETING AGENDA

 

1. Open Meetings Act

2. Roll Call

3. Public Input

4. Consent Agenda

  • Approval of Minutes of Regular Business Meeting of the Board of Directors held April 2, 2018
  • Approval of Minutes of Committee Meeting of the Board of Directors held April 27, 2018
  • Approval of the May Disbursements:
Hydro Division:

Check #s 56802 through 57049 and 8899600 through 8899621

(Accounts Payable)

 

Payroll

$1,266,907.81
 

 

$350,391.38

Kingsley Division:

Check #s 3007 through 3012 (Accounts Payable)

$41,431.83
J-2 Regulating Reservoir Construction Fund:

Check # 1257 through 1259 (Accounts Payable)

$2,293.43
Glendo Division:

Check # NONE

NONE
Flex Spending Account:

Check #s 8117 through 8118

$615.00
  •  Approval of Work Order No. 107387 – Low Boy Tractor ($124,079.98)
  • Approval of Work Order No. 186554 – Ultrasonic Meter ($6,347.72)
  • Approval of Purchase Requisition No. H9103 – GPM Enterprises, Inc. for flow meter and transducer ($6,162.84)
  • Approval of Progress Payment Estimate No. 1 (Final), Contract No. 0-679.1, Platte Valley Auto, 2018 passenger sedan ($18,615.00)
  • Approval of Closure of Contract No. 0-679.1, Platte Valley Auto, 2018 Ford Fusion ($18,615.00)
  • Approval of Letter of Consent and Letter of Understanding with Gosper County for the E65 MP 2.6h Bridge Replacement Project
  • Approval of Annual Hospital Medical Trust Report

    The report provides the required accruals for 2018 to the Hospital /Medical Trust Fund and the activity in the fund for 2017 as required by Nebraska State Statute 13-1620

  • Approval of the Voluntary Compliance Program Application for District Employee’s Retirement Plan
  • Approval of construction of a memorial lighthouse on the end of the Mallard Beach jetty, conditional upon receipt of written approval from the closest leased lot (87 Mallard Beach) and that future mowing of the jetty will be performed by the lake association. Central staff will perform maintenance to the jetty to repair identified hazards and prepare the site for the lighthouse’s concrete pad
  • Approval of a variance at 1 South Crappie Corner, Johnson Lake for the construction of a basement conditional upon the following: 1) The lowest livable elevation may be constructed below elevation 2618.0’ msl provided that sump pumps and drain tiles are installed and the basement will be filled in by the customer if groundwater floods the basement in the future; 2) The lowest adjacent grade shall be ≥2622.0’ msl; and 3) The lowest building opening shall be ≥2623.5’ msl
  • Approval of the following Water Service Agreements:

System

Acct. No.

Legal Desc.

Landowner

Contr. Acres

Total Acres Chg’d

Water Service Agreements:

 

 

 

Phelps

6150403*

SW1/4NE1/4 4-6-15

Cavanaugh, Mike & Janet

10 (1)(4)

0

 

 

*Completed 10-year termination and re-signed acres

Phelps

6150405*

SE1/4 4-6-15

Cavanaugh, Mike & Janet

60 (1)(4)

-36

 

 

*Completed 10-year termination and re-signed acres

Phelps

8190403*

S1/2 & NW1/4SE1/4 34-8-19

Wallander, Bruce & Darlene

20

0

 

 

*Acct will terminate at end of 2027 irrigation season

Phelps

8201704

S1/2NE1/4 & N1/2SE1/4 17-8-20

Samuelson, Darren & Marlynn

80 (1)(4)

+8

 

 

 

 

 

 

(1) IPP Amendment to Water Service Agreement for the 2018 irrigation season accompanies new WSA.
(2) IPP Amendment to Water Service Agreement for the 2018 irrigation season to accompany existing WSA.
(3) Water Service Agreement terminated after 2017, landowner came-back with new WSA.
(4) Documents are currently being reviewed with landowners and/or are being signed by the landowners.

5.  Personnel

6.  2018 Budget Amendment

7. Mycoff, Fry and Prouse Agreement

8.  Certified Contractor Pilot Program

9. Jeffrey Lake Memorandum of Understanding

10. Legislation

11.Workshops, Seminars and Conferences

12. Director’s Attendance

13. Board Comments

14. Operations Report

15. Committee Meeting of the Board – May 25, 2018 at 9:00 a.m., Holdrege, NE