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Hillcrest cash flow problem on county agenda Monday

Friday, June 22, 2012

McCOOK, Nebraska -- County Attorney Paul Wood will address county commissioners at 11:30 a.m. regarding finances for Hillcrest Nursing Home.

The county was recently asked to transfer inheritance tax funds to the county-owned home to cover shortages created when Medicare and Medicaid services were not billed, or incorrectly billed.

The regular commissioner meeting begins at 9 a.m. in the commissioners room at the courthouse.

Commissioners sit as a board of equalization to hear tax protests, and will also open gravel bids for county roads, receive an engineering agreement for armor coating county roads and choose roads to be coated.

The McCook Humane Society will request continuation of funds for 2012-13, and Mike Sherman, government trapper for the USDA Wildlife Services will speak to the board about the county contract with his office.

A preliminary review of proposed zoning regulations will also be updated.

Other items on the agenda:

* Adopt Resolution to Repay $130,531.50 to Inheritance Fund #2700 from Capital Projects Fund

* Adopt Resolution to Transfer $9,100.00 of Budget Authority from Sheriff's Function 651 to Jail Function 671 within General Fund 0100

* Approve Payment to Norfolk Contracting, Inc. in the Amount of $28,125.00 for Bridge No. C00732705P Replacement Project

The board will also hear an asbestos survey report on residential structures to be removed for the jail, and an update from the McCook Army Airbase Historical Society.

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