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City of Nezperce, Idaho - Regular City Council Meeting - May 10, 2016

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CITY OF NEZPERCE, IDAHO
REGULAR MEETING|
May 10, 2016 

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE NEZPERCE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEZPERCE, IDAHO, HELD ON May 10, 2016.  

PLACE:  Nezperce City Hall, 502 5th Ave. 

I.  THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY MAYOR BATEMAN AT 5:30 P.M.  

II. Pledge of Allegiance:  The pledge was led by Mayor Steve Bateman. 

III. PRESENT were Mayor Steve Bateman, Councilmen James Zenner, Jerry Elven and Mike Jensen and Tyler Nelson, Fire Chief Dave Kuther, Maintenance Supervisor Craig Cardwell and Clerk Rhonda Schmidt.  Guests included resident Douglas Droz, Mike Kingsley running for house seat 6B and Thyra Stevenson running for 6A.

 

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2016 Yard Sale List and Map

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Welcome to the Nezperce City Wide Yard Sale Day – May 14, 2016

1.     J. Kirkland – 301 Beech St – Children’s clothes, adult clothes, misc. household items.

2.     Thrift on Fifth102 5th Ave – Bargains Galore! If you need it-we have it. Household items, decorations, clothes for the whole family and lots of goodies to make you smile. Open 10AM to 3PM with coffee and cupcakes. FREE TV’s for your “Man Cave,” “She Shed" or kid’s game room. Open every Tuesday year-round.

3.     B. Baldus – 501 Beech St – Baby crib, rifle shells, men’s shirts, household stuff, kids bikes.

4.     G. Miller – 212 Beech St (in garage) – Freezers, refrigerator, stove, generator, camping misc.

5.     Pendergraft – 211 Cedar St. – Bring your change purse! 2 –6 to 8 gun safes, kids clothing, dishes, furniture, odds and ends – good stuff, make an offer we can’t refuse!!!

6.     T. Bryant – 416 Maple St – Miscellaneous household items, china cabinet.

7.     FFA Plant Sale -- 615 2nd Ave – Hanging baskets, Bedding plants, Vegetables, etc…Must see the variety!

8.     Methodist Church – 209 Oak Street – Sale 8 am til 1 pm – Baby items, aquariums, quilts, household items. Proceeds raised will help with medical bills for LeeAnn McMaster’s breast cancer treatments.

9.     Lion’s Club601 Oak St – Come have a Famous Lion’s Club burger until they are sold out!

10.  K. Camden – 609 Oak St – Tools, wood lathe, welder, lots of nails, propane shop heater, lots of misc.

11.  J. Trombetta – 704 Oak St – Misc. household, parts for vehicles, clothes, lots of other stuff.

12.  Friends of the Library604 4th Ave. – Library Book Sale - 8AM to 2PM.

13.  K. Johnson – 612 2nd Ave

14.  M & J Lux2450 Hwy 62 (1 mile north of Nezperce) – Named brand kids clothes & shoes, treadclimber, light fixtures, home décor, toys, twin bed frames, purses (Coach, Kate Spade) kids table w/chairs, adults & kids coats, Playstation2, household items, strollers, furniture, CD’s, books.

15.  E. Millwee102 Walnut St – (Sale in shop behind home on 1st Ave) – Entire household.

16.  J. Webster – 201 Birch Street – Coach purses, stroller, designer diaper bags, kids desk, K2 skis, tires F350 LT275/65R20, household, home décor, dining chairs, kids bikes, VHS movies-Disney, boys name brand clothes (sizes 8-14), girls clothes (size 8), North Face snow boots (size 4), winter coats, like new shoes.

17.  J. Freeman – 803 3rd Ave – Complete white water rafting outfit(15’ standard floor raft, Carlisle oars, frame, drybox, drybags, life preservers, ammo cans, large insulated chest waders(new condition), 4 mounted 215/70R15 winter tires, excellent Ford Ranger or Bronco II, fish tackle and hardware.

18.  H. Glasson – 803 4th Ave – Children’s bikes, clothing, toys, misc.

19.  D. Foster – 511 Walnut St – Snowmobile trailer, Ford tractor, small utility trailer, misc. dishes, household items, coolers- misc. sizes.

20.  J. Droz – 604 Pine St – John Deere 2012 walk-behind lawn mower, electric meat slicer, pint canning jars, Green Depression glass.

21.  D. Miller – 705 7th Ave – Furniture, treadmill, dishes, DVD’s, Tapes, Stereo, odds and ends.

22.  R & S Hill – 711 9th Ave – Shop supplies, boat, household items, clothes, Kenworth truck parts, truck tires, wheels, antique oak desk chair, antique violin.

23.  J. Brannan – 604 Walnut St – Used horse halters all sizes, variety of horse tack items, some vintage pieces, 2 older saddles, homemade horseshoe saddle rack, used horseshoes-great for crafts, 2 cream/milk cans, Army style cot & misc. camping gear, Winchester Model 70 gun stocks, Reloading Dies, many, many more items.

24.  K. Jensen602 Walnut St –Women’s and kids clothing, toys, double stroller, misc. kitchenware, shoes & books. 

25.  M. Wilson – 507 Birch St – Hot Tub, Miscellaneous wood, household items.
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City of Nezperce, Idaho - Regular City Council Meeting - April12, 2016

City Minutes

                                                                                 (Minutes are Subject to Council’s Final Approval)
                                                                                             CITY OF NEZPERCE, IDAHO
                                                                                                  REGULAR MEETING
                                                                                                       April 12, 2016

 

MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE NEZPERCE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NEZPERCE, IDAHO, HELD ON April 12, 2016. 

PLACE:  Nezperce City Hall, 502 5th Ave. 

I.  THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY MAYOR BATEMAN AT 5:30 P.M.  

II. Pledge of Allegiance:  The pledge was led by Mayor Steve Bateman. 

III. PRESENT were Mayor Steve Bateman, Councilmen James Zenner, Jerry Elven and Mike Jensen and Tyler Nelson; Riedesel Engineer John Watson, Maintenance Supervisor Craig Cardwell and Clerk Rhonda Schmidt.  Kathy Camden and Lorna Inglet individually joined the meeting on behalf of the Garden Club Blue Star Memorial.