County Supervisors Postpone Public Hearing on Road #857 to Nov. 24

BROKEN BOW—Due to Tuesday’s snowy conditions, the Custer County Board of Supervisors postponed a public hearing on Road #857 to November 24. County Clerk Constance Gracey said the township and landowner were both in agreement on rescheduling the hearing.

During the regular meeting held on Tuesday, November 10, the commercial appraisal contract with Central Plains Valuation was officially signed and will take effect in January. (Click here for the September 29 story.)

County Attorney Steve Bowers and the supervisors went into closed session to discuss COVID-19 guidelines, payroll, and expectations among county employees. Currently the treasurers office is closed to the public due to staff members testing positive for COVID-19 but will reopen on November 16. (Click here for the November 3 story.)

The Custer County Treasurer’s Office is currently closed to the public due to COVID-19 positive cases among staff members but online services are available. The office will reopen on November 16.

A cash in lieu plan was approved via Resolution #67-2020 allowing for county employees over the age of 65 to receive cash in lieu alternative  if they choose to go on their own Medicare plan rather than have the county pay their insurance premium.

Gracey told KCNI/KBBN that Resolution #66R-2020 was approved which allows for an incentive payment to be given to County Highway Superintendent Chris Jacobsen.

Resolutions for Substitutions of Securities for First National Bank and Nebraska State Bank were both approved.

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