The hiking and biking trail at Lake Maloney is moving a step closer to completion. On Monday, Lincoln County commissioners will consider accepting bids for construction of Phase IV, the final section of the trail.
Also at the commissioners’ meeting, notice will be given of a settlement between the county and three people affected by a traffic accident on May 1, 2014: Angel, Jesus and Juan Zarraga. A horse was loose on South Highway 83 and a vehicle ran into it. That set up a chain reaction that involved two additional vehicles, including one driven by Angel Zarraga. Angel and Jesus Zarraga were injured in the accident.
In other business, commissioners will consider:
» Claims and treasurer’s receipts.
» Selecting Aflac insurance options that would be available to employees from July 1 until June 30, 2020.
» The fee report submitted by the county treasurer.
» Approving a form for the North Platte/Lincoln County Visitors Bureau to use to ensure that hotel managers understand that the kiosks placed in their lobbies belong to Lincoln County.
» Certificates of correction and refund as submitted by the county assessor.
» Approving property valuation changes submitted by the county assessor.
» Purchasing repeaters for Lincoln County Emergency Management to boost signals for the two-way radios in their vehicles.
» Approving an application by Home Place Holdings, LLC, to move a lot line at 3649 North Trinity Road.
» Buying a copier for the Register of Deeds Office.
The commissioners’ meeting begins at 9 a.m. in the east wing of the courthouse. A complete agenda with time listings is online at co.lincoln.ne.us. Click on “Meeting/Agenda.”