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19 Jan 2015

Beaver Crossing Chamber of Commerce Soup Supper

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The annual membership drive and soup supper is tonight at the community hall. Meal starts at 6:30 p.m. We will also be voting on the man, women or organization of the year. Come out and enjoy a great meal and fellowship.

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6 Nov 2014

Veterans Day

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Come out to the Legion hall and help support your veterans by helping with the Legion hall cleaning.  Many hands make a light load and we need your help!  The doors will open at 2 p.m. and close at 7 p.m.  Young and old are welcome to come down and help with the following:



Weed and plant overgrowth removal

Construction debris removal



Wipe down counter tops in hall and bar area

Possibly setup tables/chairs

Clean stage carpet

Hang pictures


Whatever you can do would be greatly appreciated!




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5 Nov 2014

Public Service Announcement

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Assistance Available to Homeowners Experiencing Damage from May & June 2014 Storms Gov. Dave Heinemann announced in August that grant funding from the Nebraska Affordable Housing Trust Fund (NAHTF) would be available to assist residents in six (6) counties throughout southeast Nebraska that sustained damage to their owner-occupied residences by the storms during May and June of 2014.

Program Assistance will be used to help storm affected homeowners, residing in Fillmore,Jefferson and York counties and in Seward, Lancaster and Saunders counties, to cover the unexpected costs of clean up and repairs to their residence. The maximum amount of assistance available per dwelling unit is $10,000, which can be used for insurance deductibles, repairs for damages not covered by insurance, the gap in insurance, and repairs for damages caused by the flood, hail, tornado and water during the storms.

To qualify for the program, storm-damaged properties must be owner-occupied in nature, be connected safe, sanitary and adequate water supplies and sewage disposal facilities; current on all property taxes; in a condition suitable for repair at a reasonable cost to the program; must have proof of homeowners insurance policy that was in effect at the time ,of the storms in May and June of 2014.; and the resident owner must have incomes at or below 120% of-the-area median income for their respective county.

Costs for repairs that have already been incurred cannot be reimbursed. Replacement costs for furnishings and personal property are also not eligible for disaster assistance funds.

If you believe you qualify for program assistance, and reside in Fillmore, Jefferson, or York County, please contact Blue Valley Community Action Partnership at 402.729.2278 to obtain an application packet. Interested homeowners residing in Seward, Lancaster or Saunders County should contact the Southeast Nebraska Development District at 402.475.2560.

Applications will be accepted until November 30, 2014. At the end of this application cycle all applications received will be scored in accordance with the Program Rating Criteria. Priority applicants will be notified in writing and scheduled for an interview.

Funding for this initiative was made available by grants from the Nebraska Affordable Housing Trust Fund as administered through the Nebraska Department of Economic Development.

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5 Nov 2014

Christmas in the Park

Author: schesnut | Filed under: Uncategorized

Come join us as we celebrate Christmas in the Park this year 11/30 starting at 2 p.m. We have some great vendors scheduled to come out and as always delicious food, a ton of prizes and of course Santa Claus. (don’t forget to share!)


Christmas in the Park

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22 Oct 2014

Public meeting announcement

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4:00 – 6:00 PM; Tues., November 18, 2014
Information Open House Public Meeting
Beaver Crossing City Hall
800 Dimery Ave., Beaver Crossing, NE


The Nebraska Department of Roads (NDOR) will hold a public information open house regarding a proposed improvement of Nebraska Link 80E (L-80E) in Seward County. The meeting will be held at the Beaver Crossing City Hall, 800 Dimery Ave., in Beaver Crossing, on Tues., November 18th, 4:00 – 6:00 P.M.
Identified as Blue River Bridge, Beaver Crossing, the proposed project would redeck and widen the Blue River Bridge located over the West Fork Big Blue River on L-80E in Seward County, 0.35 miles south of the town of Beaver Crossing.
The purpose of this project is to preserve the L-80E transportation asset, improve the reliability of the transportation system, and perpetuate the mobility of the traveling public. The need for this project is based on the condition of the bridge.
The planned construction would include deck replacement and widening of the existing bridge, repairs at the abutments, and adding approaches. Additional work would include guardrail and girder improvements.

This project would not require the acquisition of additional property rights. Access to adjacent properties would be maintained during construction but may be limited at times due to phasing requirements. Wetland impacts are anticipated and would be mitigated.
Construction could begin as early as spring of 2016 and be complete as early as fall the same year. The proposed project would require detouring L-80E traffic; a designated detour would be provided, utilizing U.S. Highway 6 (US-6), Nebraska Highway 15 (N-15) and Interstate 80 (I-80). Details will be available at the public meeting.

This public open house meeting is being held to provide information regarding the project, currently in the design phase, and to receive the public’s input. All interested persons are invited to attend and present relevant comments and questions. Design information will be displayed and personnel from NDOR will be present to answer
STP-L80E(113) Blue River Bridge, Beaver Crossing; C.N. 13182
questions and receive comments. The information “open house” format allows the public to come at any time during the advertised hours, gather pertinent information about the project, speak one-on-one with project personnel, and leave as they wish.
NDOR will make every reasonable accommodation to provide an accessible meeting facility for all persons. Appropriate provisions for the hearing and visually challenged or persons with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) will be made if the Department is notified by November 10th, 2014. Notification should be submitted to: Sarah Kugler, Public Involvement Coordinator, Nebraska Department of Roads, P.O. Box 94759, Lincoln, NE 68509-4759; sarah.kugler@nebraska.gov; voice telephone (402)479-4871, Fax (402)479-3989.

Information regarding the proposed project will be made available on the NDOR website, the day after the meeting at www.transportation.nebraska.gov/projects/ by clicking on the “Blue River Bridge, Beaver Crossing” link. For those without internet access, information may be obtained through the contact above or at NDOR Headquarters, 1500 Hwy 2, Lincoln, NE. For further information, contact Thomas Goodbarn, NDOR District One Engineer, (402) 471-0850, thomas.goodbarn@nebraska.gov.