VILLAGE of PRAGUE
Board of Trustees
May 11th, 2017
The regular meeting of the Village
of Prague Board of Trustees
was called to order by Chairman Edward
Ourada Jr. on May 11th, 2017
at 7:30 P.M.
Present: Trustees- Jason
Chmelka, Dan Havlovic and Matt
Muessigmann. Absent: Trustee-
Greg Ourada. Staff: Utilities/ Maintenance-
Tom Johnson and Ray
Havlovic, Attorney Rodney Johnson.
Guests: Ken Kuncl, Joyce Kuncl,
Steve Parr, Donna Nino, Cathy
Pokorny, Mitchell O’Reilly, Kragh
Johnson, Louis Johnson and Justin
Stanislav (arrived at 7:52 PM).
Items Discussed: 1)Public
Comments: street sign needing repair;
vehicles parked on street for
extended periods of time;
drainage/ditch issues along Highway
Avenue. 2)Letter of resignation from
Trustee Greg Ourada. 3)Proposal
and recommendations made by
Trustee Greg Ourada at March
meeting. 4)(Steve Parr-JEO) Pavement
Evaluation/Core Sampling results
from Highway Avenue, cost
opinion for milling and overlay and
debt service options. 5)Playground
equipment installation-weather permitting
scheduled for May 19 and
20. 6) Beer Barrel Days events.
7)Addition of electrical outlets in
northwest area of park. 8)Remote
access to marquee. 9)Use of storage
container at ballfield for Pink
10)Draining of volleyball pits.
11)Updating Zoning maps and Comprehensive
12)Summer Youth Employment
Program-applications being accepted
through May 19.
13)Nuisance property and resident
complaints: recreational vehicles
used for permanent residence- letters
were sent; Dog waste
removal-Ordinance will be drafted
and reviewed at June Meeting; dog
running at large. 14)Centennial
Apartments-Pet policy; apartment inspection;
smoking violation. 15)
Correspondence received: None.
16)Clerk Update: Proposal to East
Butler Board of Education regarding
Prague High School memorabilia
was approved; 2nd Quarter Planning
Commission meeting is scheduled
for May 15, 2017 at 6:30 PM.
17)Utilities/Maintenance Update: Estimates
on yellow flashing lights;
preparing park for new playground
equipment installation. 18)Trustee
Chmelka will be absent from the August
and September meetings due
to military reasons
Items that were discussed, had
a motion made, seconded and approved:
1)Minutes from April 13,
2017 meeting. 2)Past Due Report.
3)Claims Paid & Funds Received
Report for April 2017. 4)Treasurers
Report (Profit & Loss Statement/
Balance Sheet) for April 2017.
5)Table discussion/decision on
Trustee Greg Ourada’s resignation.
6)Special Designated Liquor License
for Pink Bandana’s annual
Beat Breast Cancer Mud Volleyball
Tournament being held July 8, 2017.
7)Pink Bandana planting a tree at
the ballfield in memory of Carolyn
Stanislav. 8)Table discussion on
sewer lining until the June meeting.
9)Waive 3 readings of Ordinance
#353. 10)Approval of Ordinance
#353-AN ORDINANCE OF THE
VILLAGE OF PRAGUE, NEBRASKA,
IDENTIFYING THE ALLOCATION
OF COSTS IN AN
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM INSTALLATION
AND/OR REPLACEMENT OF THE
SYSTEM; TO PROVIDE FOR REPEAL
OF ALL ORDINANCES OR
PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT
HEREWITH; AND TO PROVIDE
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
11)Purchase 4 yellow flashing lights
for $110.00 each. 12)Adjourn meeting
at 9:24 P.M. 13)Claims/ Accounts
Payable for May 2017 as
Centennial Apt: Wages-April-
199.48, Erines(dryer)-549.94, Myron
Village of Prague(utilities)-417.20.
Total Centennial Apts-1,241.97.
Operating: Salary & Wages-April-5,
342.38, NE Dept of Rev(sales
tax)-1,558.72, US Treasury(941
PMT)-1,596.96, Ameritas Retirement
Brabec Supply(supplies)-89.45, Butler
County Landfill(Landfill charge)-
861.15, BPPD(Electric Line
Charge)-810.70, Fleet Services
Kubik Auto & Truck Service
(repair)-129.24, Layne Christensen
Co(testing)-241.95, NE Public
Health Environmental Labs(tests)
NNTC(Phone, Internet, Fax)-151.24,
Prague Hay Equipment & Supply
(supplies)-882.00, Prague Insurance
State of NE SVCS(supplies)-87.00,
US Cellular(cell phones)-131.17, US
294.00, Wahoo Newspaper(publications)-
63.11. Total Operating-
$30,629.19. Security Deposit:
Tifanie Gay(deposit refund)-136.52.
Total Security Deposit-$136.52.
Next meeting scheduled for
June 8, 2017 @ 7:30 P.M.