Ogallala Board of Health
June 17, 2008
A meeting of the Ogallala Board of Health was called to order at 7:00 P.M. by Chairman Buck Bassett in the City of Ogallala Administration Building, 411 East Second Street, Ogallala, Nebraska. The meeting was convened in accordance with the Open Meetings Act. Members present: Buck Bassett, Mary Lou Heelan, Dr. Paul Foy, and Dave Kling. Absent: Dr. Kurt Johnson.
Notice of the meeting was given in advance by publication in the Keith County News, the designated method of giving notice, and posting notice at City Hall. Notice of the meeting was delivered to members of the Board of Health by hand delivery of an Ogallala Police Officer.
Public Forum: Bassett opened the public forum and invited any individual wishing to speak to the board to come to the podium. Bassett advised that the Public Forum would remain open for the duration of the public meeting.
A motion was made by Foy to approve the minutes of the April 15, 2008 Board of Health meeting, seconded by Heelan. Voting Yes: Bassett, Kling, Foy and Heelan. Voting No: None. Absent: Dr. Johnson. Motion carried.
Code Enforcement Officer Eric Troxel presented the Code Enforcement Activity for April to June 2008.
Further discussion was held in regards to the Gerardo Ortiz property at 1314 East 4th Street. Bassett advised that the city council had accepted a bid from Rick Dawson to demolish the home, but they were first waiting to have the home cleared for asbestos. Kling advised that he would talk to the Zoning Inspector about where the process is.
Discussion was held in regards to 201 South Spruce Street. Officer Troxel was directed to send certified notice to Tim Chandler and Joe Roberts to have the property cleared by the next Board of Health Meeting.
Next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, July 15, 2008.
No further business to come before the Board, Dr. Foy made a motion to adjourn, seconded by Kling. Voting Yes: Bassett, Kling, Dr. Foy, and Heelan. Voting No: None. Absent: Dr. Johnson. Motion Carried.
Meeting adjourned at 7:33 P.M.
Secretary Dave Kling