Weeping Water Nebraska


 The Weeping Water Alumni Banquet will NOT be held May 2021. 

Please share this information with other alums.  Hopefully, we will be able to gather again in 2022. 

For questions, contact Carol Thomassen at (402) 267-5327. 

 

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Cass County COVID-19 Vaccinations

Currently available to residents of Sarpy and Cass Counties who are:
16 years or older
Phase 1A
Phase 1B

A Sarpy or Cass County resident can register for an appointment at a clinic in either Sarpy or Cass County.

Please remember at this time we are prioritizing residents who are born in 1956 or earlier to receive COVID- 19 vaccine. Due to the number of residents that are currently eligible to receive a vaccine and the limited amount of vaccine in our community, it may take a few weeks to vaccinate everyone in this age group. Please be patient as appointments fill up quickly.  

You are responsible for scheduling your own appointment for a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.  If you need assistance, please consider asking a friend or family member to assist you in scheduling an appointment.

If you have any questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine or if you are having difficulties scheduling an appointment, please call the Sarpy/Cass Department at 402-339-4334 and press 1.  Phones are answered Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm. 

https://sarpycasshealthdepartment.org/myturn

 

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Updates from the Legislature merged

Senator Rob Clements Column 4-9-2021

 

The Nebraska Legislature is over halfway through this year’s 90-day session.  I have been working on the budget with the Appropriations Committee since January.  On April 8th we had the first round of debate on the two-year budget and advanced it to the second round.  There are a few highlights I would like to discuss.

The General Fund budget is $4.78 billion for fiscal year 2021-22 and $4.94 billion for fiscal year 2022-23, an average growth rate of 1.6 percent per year.

One of my budget priorities is property tax relief.  In 2020 we passed LB 1107 which created a new income tax credit based on the property tax paid to public schools.  The 2020 appropriation was $125 million, providing for an income tax credit of 6 percent of school tax paid.  This tax credit increases when state revenues grow more than 3.5 percent.  State revenue has grown enough to allow for credits totaling $313 million for 2021, which would be a 14 percent credit.  In addition, we are increasing the original property tax credit on your property tax statement, going from $275 million to $313 million by June 30, 2022.

Another budget priority was to replenish the Cash Reserve Fund, the State’s savings account.  Increased revenues allowed the reserve to increase from $426 million to $763 million by June 30, 2022.  This reserve helps stabilize the budget if there is an economic downturn in the future.

State aid to schools is a priority and is fully funded.  School aid will increase by $18.4 million over the next two years.  The state will send $1.047 billion to K-12 public schools this coming year.

The budget also sets aside $115 million for a potential new state penitentiary or remodel of the current facility.  A new prison would cost $235 million and would increase the number of beds, would be more efficient, and provide more space for inmate rehab programs.  A new prison study will help decide the best option. 

Nebraska is still in the competition for a new Space Force Command headquarters.  We set aside $50 million for the state share if Nebraska is chosen.  If not, the money will add to the reserve.

Provider rates were increased for Department of Health and Human Services Medicaid programs, community corrections and juvenile services.  The budget increases these payments by 2 percent each year.  This is an increase of $89.3 million and helps providers keep up with inflation.

There is $211 million still available for spending in bills up for debate.  Senators will be wanting to fund their proposals with these unobligated funds.  I prefer to give it back to the taxpayer with property tax credits or tax decreases.  I will work to avoid adding new on-going spending increases.

The Revenue Forecasting Board will meet again April 29th to adjust the budget forecast.  This will affect the budget for the next biennium.  State revenues continue to be favorable due to Nebraskan’s decision to remain open as much as possible during the pandemic, plus the substantial federal stimulus payments.

Feel free to contact me or my staff for assistance, information, or questions on issues.  You may reach me at: Senator Robert Clements, State Capitol Rm 1120, Lincoln, NE 68509, Phone 402­471­2613

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To Schedule Your Upcoming Blood Drive Donation, call 1-800­-RED CROSS (1-800­-733-2767):

Wednesday, April 21
Louisville High School
202 West 3rd Street
Louisville, NE 68037
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Sunday, April 25, 2021
First Baptist Church
16220 Highway 75
Plattsmouth, NE 68048
Noon - 5 pm

Thursday, May 6, 2021
City Building
101 W Eldora Ave
Weeping Water, NE 68463
1-7pm

Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Church of the Holy Spirit
520 S 18th St
Plattsmouth, NE 68048
Noon - 6pm

Monday, May 17, 2021
VFW Post 2543
510 1st Ave
Plattsmouth, NE
11:30 - 5:30pm

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 2021 04 14 Campbell Conn Grauf Reunion

Campbell-Grauf-Conn-O'Donnell Reunion!!!

It has been many years since we had an all inclusive family gathering. We have lost touch and some roots have disappeared. If you want to reconnect here’s when.  Please share!!!!

Sunday May 30 2021

Rhylander Park
Plattsmouth, NE

Noon to 8 PM

1. Bring your lawn chairs and cameras.
2. Bring one pack hot dogs or brats and 1 pack hot dog and hamburger buns- Plattsmouth band parent yumburgers will be provided.
3. Bring a side dish-
4. Bring your family drinks, plates, silverware etc.
5. Bring yard games, ball gloves etc.
6. It will all be served family style. Bring a serving spoon.

Please contact Mary Hetzler Brasfield at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 402-890-3990.

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 Louisville Food Pantry
OPEN: every Thursday, 6:00-7:00pm
LOCATION: 304 Main Street, Louisville

Please come and pick up what you need for your household or a friend’s.
We have canned goods, boxed meals, breakfast items, frozen meats, bread, eggs, baking ingredients, cleaning supplies, personal care items, diapers and wipes.

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EAST CASS PIONEER CEMETERY DISTRICT (ECPCD) MEETINGS FOR 2021

All meetings are open to the public and are held at the Murray Town Hall at 7 p.m.

Monday, April 12

Monday, June 14

Monday, July 12

Monday August 9

Monday, September 13

Monday, October 11

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Judy Attebery

President, ECPCD

 



 

 

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