County to participate in child satellite office

Sheriff Randy Houser met with the Richardson County Commissioners Tuesday, Feb. 11, and presented an agreement with the Lincoln/Lancaster County Child Advocacy Center, Inc., for the development of a satellite office in Nebraska City that will comply with requirements in a Nebraska Revised Statute as amended in 2012.

Board members Dave Sickel, Jim Davidson and Jim Standerford voted to enter into the agreement.  The county’s cost-sharing amount will be $2,100.

County Assessor Pam Vice met with the board to request a salary increase for the appraiser position.  The board voted for an increase of 2.75%.

County Treasurer Austin Duerfeldt further discussed the striking of two personal property tax distress warrants that have been determined uncollectible.  The board voted to strike from the tax record the following uncollectible distress warrants:  Coni’s Place for tax year 2006, $50.22; Michael Wiles for tax years 2008-2012, $484.29.  The possibility of striking an additional distress warrant for CLI Towers, Inc., will be considered.

While meeting as a Board of Equalization and following a public hearing at which no one appeared, the Commissioners voted to:

—Approve a tax exemption application from First Christian Church, Humboldt, to provide handicap entrance to the church and side lawn.

—Approved a tax exemption application from Quad County Historical and Research Society, Humboldt, to display four historic items/documents for public viewing.

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