Commissioners To Hear Information From Several Individuals Tuesday Morning

WAYNE – A few appointments along with resolution action items will make up the final regularly scheduled Wayne County Board of Commissioners meeting of 2021.

From the Public Annex Building, the morning will open at 9 a.m. with an agenda item during the Board of Equalization. The group will look to act on a personal property correction and real estate correction.

The board will then move into the Board of Commissioners meeting around 9:05 a.m. Doug Nelson will approach the commissioners about theft and vandalism in Wayne County along with Wind Energy security agreements.

Around 9:20 a.m., Daityn Murty will address a Summit Carbon Solutions pipeline project. This would capture carbon dioxide and store it underground.

Clerk of District Court, Deb Allemann-Dannelly will also provide a courtroom technology update around 9:30 a.m. She’ll be followed by Amy Miller, County Attorney with action on the ‘National Opioid Litigation Settlement’.

After informing the board about pursuing a state bid, District 2 Commissioner Dean Burbach will give an update on his state bid for a John Deere maintainer.

A couple of action items on resolutions will then be addressed. They include designating Elkhorn Valley Bank & Trust, Wayne, NE; F&M Bank, Wayne, NE Branch; Farmers State Bank, Carroll, NE Branch; Madison County Bank dba Wayne County Bank, Winside, NE and State Nebraska Bank & Trust, Wayne, NE as county fund depositories for 2022. Also, commissioners will authorize the County Treasurer to invest and reinvest county funds.

Closing out the meeting, Wayne County Board of Commissioners will discuss and act on setting the salaries for the 2023-27 term of office.