Commissioners Minutes - Monday, January 28, 2019
While this is believed to be an accurate statement of the minutes, it is not the official version. Any errors or discrepancies are those of the writer.
	The Sheridan County Commissioners met in regular session at 9 A.M. in the Commissioners Office, Courthouse.  All members present.  Paul stated that the meeting would be conducted in accordance with the provisions of the Nebraska Open Meeting Act.  Krotz made a motion to accept the agenda.  Messersmith seconded the motion.  All voted aye.  Krotz made a motion to approve the minutes of 1-22-2019.  Messersmith seconded the motion.  All voted aye.
	The board signed salary checks.
	Road Superintendent Kuester presented the board with a detailed report showing costs for the year.  This report is an informational report only.  
	Kuester reported that he has contracted with WESTCO for 45,000 gallons of diesel at $2.14/gallon.  
	The board gave approval for Kuester to proceed with the replacement of three overhead doors at the county shop per the proposal from Black Hills Overhead Doors.  
	The board and Kuester reviewed and discussed the motor-grader bids received last week.  Representatives from both firms were present to answer any questions.   Krotz made a motion to purchase the CAT 12M3-AWD for $213,360 from Nebraska Machinery Company.  Messersmith seconded the motion.  With a roll call vote Messermith and Krotz voted aye, Paul voted no.   
	Elected Officials and Department Heads met with the Board to discuss updating the County Employee Handbook.  A committee of Carol Stouffer, Aaron Conn and Loren Paul was set up.  Each department is to give the committee any suggestions they have for consideration.  Once the committee has completed a draft revision it will be presented to the whole group for final approval.
Posted by James Krotz
The minutes of this and all meetings of the Board of Commissioners are available to the public at the office of the Sheridan County Clerk.
All meetings of the Board of Commissioners are held in compliance with Nebraska Open Meetings Act and the public is always welcome.