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Trenton Board of Trustees

October 16, 2016

Trenton, NE

SPECIAL MEETING

 

A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Trenton, NE, was convened in open and public session, Sunday, October 16, 2016 at 2:00p.m. at the Village Office.  Present:  Chairman Rundel, Trustees Frakes, McArthur, Clerk McKain, Deputy Clerk Rife, and Tom Baker.  Board members Neely and Poppert were absent.  Availability of the agenda was communicated in advance notice and in the notice sent to the Chairman and Trustees of the meeting. All proceedings hereafter shown were taken while the meeting was open to the public.

 

Roll Call was taken at 2:05pm and quorum was verified.

 

Chairman made “Open Meeting Act” announcement.

 

Citizen Forum:  No comments.

 

Motion made by McArthur and second by Frakes to approve agenda. Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, and Rundel.  Nays: None.  Absent: Neely and Poppert.  Motion carried. 

 

Motion made by McArthur and second by Frakes to approve the October 11, 2016 meeting minutes.  Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, and Rundel.  Nays: None.  Absent: Neely and Poppert.  Motion carried.

 

Unfinished Business: The Mutual Aid Data Sheet was discussed.  The primary on-call persons will be Utility Superintendent Jared Vrbas or Aaron Leggott.  Secondary on-call persons will be Village Clerk Wendy McKain or Samantha Rife.  The Neptune Software Support agreement from Municipal Supply was discussed.  Motion made by McArthur and second by Frakes to approve the Neptune Software Support Agreement from Municipal Supply for the annual cost of $867.00.  Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, and Rundel.  Nays: None.  Absent: Neely and Poppert.  Motion carried.  The Dissolution of Power Supply Contract from SWPPD was discussed.  Mr. Baker stated he had been in contact with Mr. Kayton from SWPPD and he does not want to change providers.  Mr. Baker stated “he has over 100 accounts with SWPPD and if it costs more – so be it”.  Mr. Baker is not willing to provide an easement for new construction on the Village of Trenton’s electrical system.  Mr. Baker was to the understanding that this new construction of the services for the Village of Trenton would be an estimated $50,000.00, which he did not believe was worth the cost to the village.  The village received an estimate of $18,577.84 for Trails West and $5,925.67 for the FAS Building from SWPPD.  After discussion a motion made by Frakes and second by McArthur to approve the Dissolution of Power Supply Contract with SWPPD and to provide for new construction of the Trenton Sub Metering for an estimated cost of $5,475.70 and the pole move for the Dollar General at an estimated cost of $6,944.49 and the Procedure 319 dated August 16, 2010 and no new construction for Trails West and the FSA Building at Mr. Baker’s request. Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, and Rundel.  Nays: None.  Absent: Neely and Poppert.  Motion carried. 

 

 

New Business: None.

 

With no further business, motion made by Frakes and second by McArthur to adjourn meeting at 2:35pm.  Ayes: Frakes, McArthur, and Rundel.  Nays: None.  Absent: Neely and Poppert.  Motion carried.

 

Next regular meeting will be November 8, 2016 at 6:30pm in the Village Office.

 

 

                                                                                                                                                           

John A. Rundel, Chairman

ATTEST:                                                                                                  Trenton Board of Trustees

 

 

                                                           

Wendy L. McKain, MBA, MMC, Village Clerk



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