Village of Mead
March 2021 Volume 17, Issue 3
Daylight Savings Time begins March 14
DOG AND CAT VACCINATION CLINIC AND LICENSE DAY
Saturday, March 27, 2021
Mead Community Building
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Dr. Dobesh from Green Acre Animal Clinic, Wahoo, will be present to administer pet vaccinations and Clerk Moline will be available to issue dog and cat licenses with proof of current rabies vaccination. If residing within village limits the cost to license your pet is $4.00 altered, $6.00 intact.
Available vaccinations will be rabies, parvo, and kennel cough for dogs and rabies and distemper for cats. Products available to purchase will be Heartgard and Frontline. Blood tests for heartworm will also be administered on-site.
All dogs and cats residing within the Village of Mead limits are required to be licensed by May 1. Licenses may be obtained at the village office during regular business hours. You may also mail to Box 46, Mead, or deliver to the drop box located by the office front door: your pets’ proof of current rabies vaccination and payment. The immunization record, tag and license receipt will be delivered to you via mail or home delivery. Proof of current rabies vaccination is required.
The village dump is available for use by Mead residents only! The only items allowed are weeds, tree branches, leaves and grass clippings. All items must be unbagged. There is also a roll-off available for discarded metal/iron products. Please follow these guidelines or dump hours will be set and the roll-0ff removed.
www.stjamesmead.com/#1 / 402-624-3555
5:30p.m. – Saturday Mass
9:00a.m. – Sunday Mass
7:00a.m. – Daily Mass
ALMA LUTHERAN 219 W. Fifth St.
www.almalutheran.com / 402-624-3015
9:30a.m. – Sunday School for ages 3 through 8th grade (do not meet the first Sunday of the month)
10:30a.m. – Sunday Worship
PANERA BREAD FREE TO THE PUBLIC Saturday following the second Friday every month, 10AM—11AM. FREE to all! This month the church will be open on SATURDAY, MARCH 13.
Midweek Lenten Service – Holden Evening Prayer 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 3/24 @ 6:30 pm
Maundy Thursday Service – 4/1 @ 7:30pm
Good Friday Service – 4/2 @ 7:30pm
MEAD COVENANT 1540 Co Rd 10
www.covmead.org / 402-624-6125
10:00a.m. – Sunday Encounter Service
Tuesday and Thursday
6:00p.m. – 8:00 p.m. – Bread of Life Pantry OPEN to all!
7:00p.m. – REVIVAL Prayer Meeting and Jr./Sr. High Youth Group
6:30p.m. – 8:30p.m. – Kids in Action (elementary age children)
MEAD PUBLIC LIBRARY NEWS – March 2021
Our shelves are open for browsing. Please bring your mask.
Coffee Hour: Join us for coffee/tea and conversation, every Tuesday at 10:00am
Storytime: Every Tuesday beginning at 4:00pm in the Library
Craft Kits To-Go: Available following story time. Pickup anytime during the week.
Kids St. Patrick’s Day program: Wednesday, March 17th at 6 pm
NEW! Puzzle Club: Meets in the Library on Saturdays at 10:30am. All ages are welcome to join!
What club would you join/participate in? From craft clubs to poetry to a new book club (we can request book club kits from the State Library Commission – even youth kits!) – you name it. Let us know what you are interested in by sending an email to: email@example.com
Are you a magazine reader? OverDrive and the Libby app now offer magazine checkouts with your library card number. Use any device to access, just like you would for ebooks or audiobooks. https://nebraska.overdrive.com/ Login in with your unique 14-digit library card number and the password “paradise”
Ever wonder if we have that book you want to read? Type in this link to search our online catalog and browse our shelves: https://mead.biblionix.com/catalog/
Tuesday 10a – 5pm, Wednesday 4p – 7p, Thursday 12p – 6p, Friday 9a – 2p, Saturday 9a – 1p
Before you build or remove ~
If you are planning a construction or demolition project, you must submit an Application for a Building Permit or Application for a Demolition Permit. The permit will be placed on the Planning Commission’s agenda. If you reside anywhere other than a residential district the permit will then be forwarded to the Board of Trustees for their approval or denial at their monthly meeting. The Planning Commission meets the fourth Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m. (if Memorial Day falls on the fourth Monday they meet the third Monday of May, no December meeting.) The Board of Trustees meet the second Tuesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. Items not requiring a Building Permit are temporary dog kennels, sidewalks, driveways, cement patio’s, and concrete slabs. A shed 150 square feet or less does not require a permit but does need to meet setbacks. A permit is required prior to cutting into village streets. A fence is required for any pool, spa, or hot tub containing at least 18” of water.
VILLAGE OF MEAD BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING
The Village of Mead Board of Trustees met February 9 at 6:00 p.m. at the Mead Community Building. Present were Chairman Thorson; Trustees Felty, Lee, Simon, and Wielage. Also present were Clerk Moline and Utilities/Maintenance Superintendent Raver. Guests were Todd and Kym Clark, Eric Johnson, Rick Miller, and Levi Durnal.
Action was taken to approve the 1/12 minutes, Treasurer’s Report, Pay Certificate #7 to Neuvirth Construction for $173,963.05, and claims.
PUBLIC HEARING: The board entered a public hearing at 6:06 p.m. to address a request from Greg and Laura Clark for a variance on property located at 421 S. Cedar St. There was no public input. The hearing adjourned at 6:08 p.m. to a Board of Adjustment Meeting.
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT: The meeting was called at 6:08 p.m. Present were Thorson, Felty, Lee, Wielage, and Planning Commission Chair Rick Miller. A public hearing was called at 6:08 p.m. Discussion was held on the application from Greg and Laura Clark for a variance enabling them to place a house and erect a garage on the property at 421 S. Cedar St. The hearing was adjourned and meeting reconvened at 6:09 p.m. Resolution 21-01 was adopted to allow the variance. At 6:13 p.m. the meeting was adjourned to regular session of the Board of Trustees meeting.
UNSCHEDULED GUEST: Eric Johnson inquired about a proposed sidewalk west of his property.
REPORTS: PLANNING COMMISSION: Building Permits approved were to Jim and Steve Hollst for installation of a replacement well on land west of Mead and Greg and Laura Clark to place a house and construct a garage at 421 S. Cedar St. POLICE: Discussion was held on temporary police coverage. UTILITY/MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT: Raver reported upcoming water system inspection and needed repairs of the tractor. LIBRARY: The minutes of the 1/5 Library Board were accepted. CLERK: Moline reported required training for treasurer’s, annual letter to residents, letter to resident’s regarding water rates, water project is now on the grant portion of the project, and requested vacation time.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Attorney’s letter was reviewed language in the Neighborhood Business District.
NEW BUSINESS: Action was taken to approve first reading of Ordinance’s 760 to Waste Connection, 761 to Roadrunner Transportation, and 762 to S-2 Refuse and Recycling for trash services; Master Agreement with Olsson for 2021 services; Ordinance 764, Issuance of a General Obligation Water Bond, Series 2021 for the water project; and village approval for a Special Designated Liquor License be allowed to Karen’s Spirit’s and Smokes to serve alcohol at a 4/17 fundraiser at the Community Building/Fire Hall. Sidewalk construction and summer maintenance employee were discussed.
The meeting adjourned at 6:55 p.m.
EASTER EGG HUNT
Saturday, March 27th at 10AM
1st & Elm, Mead
Lots of prizes and candy!
For questions or to donate, contact Sara Nicola at 402-277-0073
Partial Funding Provided by Saunders County Lodging Tax
CROSS CONNECTION INFORMATION
What are typical applications for Pressure Vacuum Breakers?
These applications should be similar to the Atmospheric Vacuum Breaker with the exception that these may be used under continuous pressure. However, they should not be subject to back-pressure.
What are typical applications of Backflow Preventer with Intermediate Vent?
For 1/2” and 3/4” lines these devices are popularly used on boiler feed water supply lines, cattle drinking fountains, trailer park water supply connections, and other similar low-flow applications They will protect against both back-siphonage and back-pressure and can be used under continuous pressure.
VILLAGE OF MEAD
312 S. Vine St., P.O. Box 46
Mead, NE 68041
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
William Thorson, Chairman
Jason Felty, Trustee
Jason Lee, Trustee
Daniel Simon, Trustee
Richard Wielage, Trustee
June Moline, Clerk/Treasurer 402-624-2495
Nick Raver, Utility/Maintenance Supt.402-443-9688
Jerry Carlson, Police Chief 402-443-6846
Kylie Dorner, Library Director 402-624-6605
Nick Raver, Fire Chief 402-443-9688
Village Board: Tuesday, March 9, 6:00pm
Planning Commission: Monday, March 22, 7:30pm
Library Board: Tuesday, March 2, 5:30pm
Fire/Rescue: Monday, March 8, 7:30pm
The Village Board & Planning Commission meets at the Village Office, Library Board at the Library and Fire/Rescue at the fire station.
DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, MEETINGS MAY BE HELD AT THE MEAD COMMUNITY BUILDING, 220 E. FOURTH STREET, IN ORDER TO MEET GUIDELINES. PLEASE CHECK POSTINGS AT THE BANK OF MEAD, POST OFFICE OR VILLAGE OFFICE FOR THE LOCATION.