Dawes County Commissioners June 13, 2023



June 13, 2023 

The Dawes County Board of Equalization will consider, take necessary action and may go into Executive Session concerning the following Agenda items: 

9:00 A.M. Call to order/Roll Call 

                Pledge of Allegiance 

                Notice re: Posted Copies of Open Meetings Act 

                Approve Agenda 

                Approve Minutes 05/09/2023 

                Correspondences: TERC letter; Notice of TERC hearings 

9:05 A.M. Lindy Coleman, Assessor re: Tax Corrections 

9:10 A.M. Sam Wellnitz, Treasurer re: vehicle tax exemption approval

The Dawes County Board of Commissioners will consider, take necessary action and reserves the right to enter into executive session concerning any of the following agenda items meeting the necessary criteria. 

9:20 A.M. Call to Order/Roll Call 

                 Notice re: Posted/Copies of Open Meetings Act 

                 Motion approving Agenda 

                 Motion approving minutes of 05/23/23 

                 Motion approving claims 

                 Correspondence: NNDC Newsletter 

9:30 A.M. Wade Yada, Highway Superintendent 

                 re: Road Updates re: Road No. 50 Resolution 

10:00 A.M. Brad Streeks, Custodian 

                  re: Courthouse roof 

10:30 A.M. Tessa Reece, UNL Extension 

                   re: 4-H/Extension Updates 

10:45 A.M. Public Hearing 

                   re: removal of bindweed from County Noxious Weed List

11:00 A.M. Lindy Coleman, Assessor 

                  re: Pictometry contract approval 


                  Official’s Fee/Mileage Reports

Payroll approval


Resignation of Sheriff Karl Dailey/Jail updates

                                 Surplus Request-Roads 

                                 Extension Board Appointment 

                                 2 Tourism Grant approvals 

                                 Audit Discussion

11 thoughts on “Dawes County Commissioners June 13, 2023”

  1. Karl is resigning? What the hell? Chadron has turned into a Paradise for democrats. May God have mercy on the town that I grew up with once called home.

  2. Contrary to the above comments – I am grateful Sheriff Dailey is resigning. The experiences I have had with him have been unhelpful..
    Certainly time for a change.

  3. I don’t believe Karl Dailey can continue as sheriff as long as the official misconduct verdict stands. So I would say, the resignation is his way of not being removed from office. His certifications have to be surrendered.This was a long time coming. His official misconduct has been an ongoing series of episodes for quite some time. Finally, with the video tapes and evidence presented, he couldn’t lie his way out of this one.

    • That is exactly my point all along! If I were the County, he would’ve been done when the judge said guilty. The misconduct, amongst other things, are a liability. Additionally, it’s not normal to be found guilty and continue as if nothing happened. Your appeal has to be successful before you are reinstated. I would like to know where the State’s oversight was in this matter.

      • Brian, have you read the article on his “retirement” where he states the misconduct charge has nothing to do with his decision to retire? They’re making him out to be a hero with all of his years of service. Public opinion has always been important to him. That is his reason for running all of the other law enforcement agencies down with his rhetoric. He is an accomplished narcissist who has bragged publicly that he can ruin anyone’s reputation with his words.

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