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Northeast Nebraska Public Power District

Regular Board of Directors Meeting

AGENDA

1.       Call to Order and Roll Call

2.       Review and approve minutes of the June 27, 2017 regular Board meeting

3.       Public Comment Period

4.       Approve Expense Reports for June 2017

5.       Approve Financial Statements for June 2017

6.       Old business

a.       Vote to approve Wholesale Power Contract with Village of Walthill

7.       New Business

a.       update from management on recent discussions with WAPA

b.      update from management on recent load study by the SPP

c.       Discussion on invitation from the City of Wayne for a joint planning meeting

d.      Move date of August 22, 2017 regular meeting due to schedule conflict

e.      Visit and discussion with Mark Eacret with BREC

f.        Visit and discussion with Director of Nebraska Energy Office, Mr. David Bracht

8.       Management Reports

9.       Board Member Reports Annual Long Range Planning discussion

a.       Discussion and evaluation about which expenses in the future should be socialized to general ratepayers and which expenses are assigned to those customers that have the District incur expense on their behalf.

b.      Review of the District’s Charter on file with the Power Review Board

10.   Executive Session for the purpose of discussing management candidate search and the terms of an employment contract with the General Manager for a period beyond retirement age of 65

11.   Vote to execute an employment contract with the General Manager

12.   Board Member Reports

13.   Adjournment

 

The next regular meeting of the Northeast Nebraska PPD Board of Directors is scheduled for Tuesday,

August 22, 2017 but is expected to be rescheduled

 

The Board will have lunch at noon and gather for a group photograph prior to the regular Board meeting.   No business will be discussed or conducted during the lunch period.

 

Northeast Board Meetings are conducted in accordance with the State of Nebraska’s Open Meetings Act.  A copy of the entire legislation is available for public inspection in the meeting room.