Village office, Village buildings, Village Park
At this time the Village has opened the Clerks Office to the public with regular hours. They request you wear a mask.
The Community Center, Fire Station and Library has NOT been open to the public yet.
The Greenwood Public Park is open but is not cleaned for Covid-19 so this is at your own risk.
If you have business with the Village feel free to call with any questions at 402-789-2300.
School bond issue on November ballot
ASHLAND – The Ashland-Greenwood Board of Education approved a resolution to put a $59 million bond issue on the ballot in November.
The voters in the school district will decide on Nov. 3 if the bond issue passes. The school district would issue general obligation bonds not to exceed $59 million to pay for construction of a new elementary school building and a new middle school building with a competition gym and fine arts auditorium.
We are looking for part time experienced kitchen help
WE CANT THANK YOU ENOUGH FOR PATRONIZING US...Thank goodness we are back to normal....Come and see us and always feel you can order to go orders until you are comfortable coming in...402-817-2640...AGAIN THANK YOU FOR STICKING BY US.
OUR WEEKLY NIGHT SPECIALS
SPAGHETTI WITH SIDE SALAD 8.49
4 PIECE FRIED CHICKEN DINNER
MASHED POTATOES AND GRAVY
CORN AND SIDE SALAD 10.00
CAJUN OR REGULAR 4 PEICE CATFISH BASKET WITH SIDE COLESLAW ROLL & BUTTER 10.00
BAKED FISH WITH RICE AND MIXED VEGGIES
8 OZ TOP SIRLOIN BAKED POTATO SALAD ROLL & BUTTER 14.00
10 OZ PRIME RIB 17.00
14 OZ PRIME RIB 21.00
OR 8 PIECE FANTAIL SHRIMP 9.50
ALL SERVED WITH POTATOES SIDE SALAD ROLL & BUTTER
HARD OR SOFT TACOS 1.00 ADD TOMATOES AND ONIONS FOR .10 CENTS
ALL DAY SUNDAY
PLEASE COME ENJOY A COLD DRINK AND SOME GREAT FOOD!!!
Senator Rob Clements Column 8-14-2020
2020 Legislative Session Major Bills
The 2020 Legislative Session has ended after a four month delay due to COVID 19. Major bills were passed, including property tax relief, business incentives, an abortion ban, and a military pension exemption.
LB 1107, which I supported, is a new property tax credit. State funding starts at $125 million in 2020, increasing to $375 million by year 5. The credit is about 6% of your school property tax paid, increasing later to 18% and is a refundable income tax credit. State revenues must increase by 3.5% before the fund increases, but it is guaranteed to be $375 million by 2025. Then it increases with the growth of statewide property values. This is a good start, but we still need a better long-term solution. Still in effect is the current $275 million Property Tax Credit, which is deducted from your property tax bill, based on your property value.
The new business incentive plan, called ImagiNE Nebraska, replaces the Nebraska Advantage Act. It provides $25 million each of the first two years, $100 million years 3 and 4, and $150 million in year 5. It has much better reporting of taxes forgiven and its economic benefits.
The third part of LB 1107 includes funds up to $300 million if UNMC is selected for a federal biocontainment and research hospital. It is funded only after the new property tax fund reaches $375 million.
Another bill, LB 814, bans dismemberment abortion of live babies. I was a co-sponsor, and it passed with 33 votes. It survived an intense filibuster, and I am glad we now ban this inhumane second trimester procedure. I thank Sen. Suzanne Geist of Lincoln for her hard work in this effort. Only the doctor, not the woman would be charged with a violation.
Finally, LB 153 exempts 50% of military retirement pay from state income tax. It starts Jan. 1, 2022 so the $12 million cost can be budgeted. This will make Nebraska more competitive with our neighboring states who do not tax military pensions at all. It encourages retiring veterans to stay in Nebraska, get private jobs, buy houses, and contribute to our economy. I was glad to be a co-sponsor and to help pass it this session.
Feel free to contact me or my staff for assistance, information, or questions on issues. You may reach me at: Senator Rob Clements, State Capitol Rm 812, Lincoln, NE 68509, Phone 4024712613, or email: email@example.com.
The Lofte Community Theatre Presents an Evening of Entertainment
Saturday, August 29 at 7PM Admission $30 per vehicle
Join us for our next outdoor event featuring Singers, Actors, Comedians and more.
EAGLE FARMERS MARKET
Eagle Farmers Market opens May 28th at 4 pm to 6:30 pm at 5th and hwy 34. It is every Thursday thru Sept 3. Anyone wishing to set up a booth for a month or more can contact Trisha. Stop by the market or look for our facebook page or postings on Eagle Echo.
CORNHUSKER COUNTRY MUSIC THEATER
211 Main St. Louisville, NE 68037
Are you anxious to get back to some good ol' country music! We sure are!
We know you want to be safe and others do. too. Not only yourself, but also for others, please be aware that social-distancing and wearing of masks will be MANDATORY in our small theater for the time-being. Thank you for understanding
$4 SHOW admission for all ages over 13.
FREE admittance for all under 13!
Located at 211 Main St., Louisville, NE. For more information, call 800-480-8797, ext. 211 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Round The Bend Steakhouse hiring at all positions!
**ATTENTION** #RTBnation we need your help! Please share this post and help us with hiring, we are hiring at all positions.
We are also offering a $100.00 Hiring Bonus after 30 days!
Stop in during normal business hours and fill out an application or call 402-944-9974 and ask to speak with a manager.
A flexible and perfect job for students or as a second job. We are hiring full and part-time employees. Fun and fast pace work environment. No prior experience is needed.
We are hiring at the following positions:
Grill and fry cooks
Day prep cooks
Salad and food preppers
Host and bussers