$334,300

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FULLENKAMP JOBEUN

JOHNSON & BELLER

11440 WEST CENTER ROAD

OMAHA, NEBRASKA 68144

SANITARY AND IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 243 OF

SARPY COUNTY, NEBRASKA

NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meeting of the Board of Trustees of Sanitary and Improvement District No. 243 of Sarpy County, Nebraska will be held at 8:30 A.M. on July 25, 2018 at Summer Kitchen, 12010 Giles Road, LaVista, Nebraska, which meeting will be open to the public. The agenda for such meeting, kept continuously current, is available for public inspection at 11440 West Center Road, Omaha, Nebraska and includes the payment of bills of the District and the consideration and passing or amending and passing the following Resolution, to-wit:

BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Trustees of Sanitary and Improvement District No. 243 of Sarpy County, Nebraska find and determine that it is advisable and necessary for the District to construct an improvement within the boundaries of the District, said improvements to be designated as 2018 Birchwood Improvements and shall be constructed as follows:

2018 Birchwood Improvements

The work to be performed in this improvement shall consist of the construction and or installation / replacement of sidewalk, seed & matting, curb ramps, and necessary appurtenances and other work that is incidental and necessary for a completed improvement.

All of the improvements are to be located in dedicated public right-of-way or dedicated public easements, located as follows: Birchwood Avenue from existing South 48th Street; thence easterly to east boundary line.

The outer boundaries of the areas which may be subject to special assessments for said improvement are proposed to be the same as the outer boundaries of Sanitary and Improvement District No. 243 of Sarpy County, Nebraska.

Said plans and specifications have been reviewed by E & A Consulting Group, engineers for the District and said engineers have filed with the Clerk of the District, prior to the first publication of this Resolution, an estimate of the total costs of said improvement, including engineering fees, legal fees, fiscal fees, interest and other miscellaneous costs, which estimate is in the sum of $334,300

To pay the cost of said improvement the Board of Trustees shall have the power to issue negotiable bonds of the District after such improvements have been completed and accepted; said bonds to be called "Sanitary and Improvement District Bonds" and shall be payable and bear interest as provided by the Statutes of the State of Nebraska.

The Board of Trustees shall assess to the extent of special benefits, the cost of such improvements upon properties specially benefitted thereby. All special assessments which may be levied upon the properties specially benefitted by such improvements shall, when collected, be set aside and constitute a sinking fund for the payment of interest and principal of said bonds. The District shall also cause to be levied annually a tax upon the assessed value of all of the taxable property in the District except intangible property, which together with said sinking fund derived from special assessments shall be sufficient to meet payment of the interest and principal of said bonds as the same become due; said tax shall be known as the Sanitary and Improvement District Tax and shall be payable annually in money.

If a petition opposing this Resolution, signed by property owners representing a majority of the front footage which may become subject to assessment for the cost of the improvements as set forth herein, is filed with the Clerk of the District within three (3) days before the date of the hearing on this Resolution, this Resolution shall not be passed.

SANITARY AND IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 243 OF

SARPY COUNTY, NEBRASKA

By: Rolly Yost, Chairman

Chris Canada, Clerk

2107448; 7/11, 7/18

  • Price
    $334,300

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