Thanks to all those who keep their roadside mowed! State Statute #39-1811 requires landowners to mow roadsides with ordinary equipment at least twice a year. Sometime in July for the first time and sometime in September for the second time. Failure to do so causes higher maintenance expenses, trash in gravel ridges and more snow to be deposited on roads. THESE EXPENSES AFFECT ALL TAXPAYERS!
Butler County Board of Supervisors
Public notice is hereby given, in compliance with the provisions of Neb. Rev. Stat. § 77-1633, that a representative of the following political subdivisions will meet on the 27th day of September, 2022 at 7:00p.m., at David City Auditorium Lower Level for the purpose of conducting a joint public hearing to obtain public input on property tax increases proposed by the subdivisions:
East Butler Public School District, 402-545-2081, property tax requested: $7,177,810
City of David City, Nebraska 402-367-3135, property tax requested: $1,681,776.25
Said meeting is open to the public. Accommodations for the disabled are available upon request. Please contact the Butler County Clerk at 402-367-7430 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting if accommodations are required.
There is no item on the agenda for this joint public hearing other than discussion of each political subdivision’s intent to increase its property tax request by a percentage greater than the “allowable growth percentage” defined in § 77-1633. The political subdivisions shall make their presentations in the order listed above.
None at this time.