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Tax assessed on a value of $234,000.01 to $235,000. Patty Meister, person- al representative of the estate of Clyde Ondrak, to Alma Vasquez, 223 W. Arendt Ave., Elm Creek. Tax assessed on a value of $49,000.01 to $50,000. Sharon Hasty and Jane Vandenberg, co-trustees of the Gladys Dickson Revocable Trust, to Steven and Rebecca Lush, 3402 Ave. I. Tax assessed on a value of $92,000.01 to $93,000. Deborah Rivera to Kayla Essink, 212 W. Arendt Ave., Elm Creek. Tax assessed on a value of $134,000.01 to $135,000. Boden Koppelman and Linda Koppelman to Scott Jensen and Joan Jensen, 3614 13th Ave. Tax assessed on a value of $232,000.01 to $233,000. Twin Falls LLC to Cecil and Carol Smith, 2409 W. 36th St. Place. Tax assessed on a value of $353,000.01 to $354,000. Mark McLaughlin and Meredith McLaughlin to Timothy Bartling and Chelsea Bartling, 1818 W. 49th St. Place. Tax assessed on a value of $311,000.01 to $312,000. Callin and Amanda Ledall to Michael and Champey Tillotson, 417 W. 28th St. Tax assessed on a value of $144,000.01 to $145,000. William Ourada, trust- ee, and Denise Ourada, trustee, to Immaculate Conception Church of Elm Creek, part of Section 28, Township 9 North, Range 18 West. No documentary tax. Robert and Gloria Travis to Gloria Travis, 23 Plaza Blvd. No documentary tax. CMNB LLC to CMNB Farm 1 LLC, part of Section 1, Township 10 North, Range 14 West. No documentary tax. Town & Country Bank to Brick Biz Inc., Lots 4, 5 and 6, Block 1, Glenwood Estates. Tax assessed on a value of $315,000.01 to $316,000. David Klingelhoefer, trustee, and Virginia Klingelhoefer, trustee, to Greggory Davis and Denise Davis, 208 W. Washington St., Amherst. Tax assessed on a value of $39,000.01 to $40,000. Bari and Steven McCormick to Brick Biz Inc., 2 Hickory Drive. Tax assessed on a value of $176,000.01 to $177,000. Marc and Angela Regenos to Ryan and Mallory Waters, 419 Cherry St., Riverdale. Tax assessed on a value of $174,000.01 to $175,000. Nathan and Brooke Modlin to Louis Kaelin II, 1203 W. 11th St. Tax assessed on a value of $183,000.01 to $184,000. Launa and Kevin Dono- hue to Derra Lusk and Lydia Lusk, 4218 Fairacres Road. Tax assessed on a value of $212,000.01 to $213,000. Derek Yendra and Sarah Yendra to Jeremiah Clark and Meggan Clark, 907 Ave. E Place. Tax assessed on a value of $257,000.01 to $258,000. John McSweeney and Janice Wiebusch to Cole Leach and Jenny Leach, 1804 Eighth Ave. Tax assessed on a value of $506,000.01 to $507,000. Brandon and Jodi Deffen- baugh to Geoffrey Carnah- an and Christina Carnahan, 5530 E. Saddlehorse Drive. Tax assessed on a value of $251,000.01 to $252,000. Gary Wood and Diana Wood, co-trustees of the Wood Family Living Trust, to Brent Hollis and Lisa Hollis, 20 and 24 W. 25th St., $210,000. Geoffrey Carnahan and Christina Carnahan to Tyler Barnum, 501 S. Wind Drive, Gibbon. Tax assessed on a value of $162,000.01 to $163,000. Heath and Stacy Peters to Nathan Modlin and Brooke Modlin, 915 13th Ave. Tax assessed on a value of $284,000.01 to $285,000. Teresa Keller to Kenneth Cunningham and Tara Nelsen, 1712 E. 42nd St. Place. Tax assessed on a value of $234,000.01 to $235,000. Gangwish Seed Farms Inc. to Nebraska Depart- ment of Transportation, part of Section 1, Town- ship 9 North, Range 13 West. No documentary tax. Gavin Kenney and Leah Kenney to Steven Gadeken and Haley Gadeken, 1331 13th Ave. Tax assessed on a value of $214,000.01 to $215,000. Gene and Deb McEl- hinny to Marc and Ange- la Regenos, 812 Ave. G. Tax assessed on a value of $189,000.01 to $190,000. Darrell Yendra and Beverly Yendra to Derek Yendra and Sarah Yendra, 1420 E. 69th St. Tax assessed on a value of $371,000.01 to $372,000. Central Nebraska Cremation Service Inc. to MBW Daniels LLC, 707 Front St., Gibbon. Tax assessed on a value of $174,000.01 to $175,000. NP Land Development Inc. to NP Construction Inc., part of Lot 6A, East- brooke Condominiums. Tax assessed on a value of $56,000.01 to $57,000. NP Construction Inc. to Darrell Yendra and Beverly Yendra, 5610 Eastbrooke Drive, No. 21. Tax assessed on a value of $309,000.01 to $310,000. Anmar Alafaghani and Shanelle LaRussa to Anmar Alafaghani, 311 N. Bond St., Elm Creek. No documentary tax. Vanessa and Zack Larimore to Glenn Tracy and Julie Tracy, 4506 Ave. E. Tax assessed on a value of $171,000.01 to $172,000. Kathleen and Dana English to Jason and Vicky DeWald, 1306 11th Ave. Tax assessed on a value of $159,000.01 to $160,000. Christopher Sintek, personal representative of the estate of James Sintek, to Richard and Shay Crawford, 41 Redwood Drive. Tax assessed on a value of $253,000.01 to $254,000. Kenneth Trent and Judy Trent to Buddy Thomp- son, 31640 Poole Road, Ravenna. Tax assessed on a value of $114,000.01 to $115,000. Robert Grassmey- er, Michael Geiger and Meghan Geiger to Craig Wietjes and Heidi Wietjes, 9840 Rio Madera Road. Tax assessed on a value of $114,000.01 to $115,000. Jolene and Adam John to Kerby Cole, 1511 Ninth Ave. Tax assessed on a value of $204,000.01 to $205,000. Denise Rathman and Cynthia Holthaus, co-per- sonal representatives of the estate of Eugene Waskowiak, to Keilig Auction Services LLC, 900 Westridge Drive, No. 902. Tax assessed on a value of $86,000.01 to $87,000. Jack Besse, trustee, to James Rayburn, 721 Front St., Gibbon, $62,736. Tri-City Events Center LLC to Vee Arena LLC, 609 Platte Road. Tax assessed on a value of $3,019,000.01 to $3.02 million. Lola Gibbs-Edelman and Bill Edelman to Douglas Epley and Marche Epley, part of Lot 5, Block 3, Dixons Subdivision, Pleas- anton. Tax assessed on a value of $14,000.01 to $15,000. Lisa Wilke to Tanner Cudaback, 1118 E. 30th Drive. Tax assessed on a value of $169,000.01 to $170,000. Kenneth Cunningham and Tara Cunningham to Rebecca Squiers, 21235 115th Road, Riverdale. Tax assessed on a value of $189,000.01 to $190,000. Jerrin and Barbara Karel to Ronald and Christine Miller, Lot 2, Block 3, Mot- sicks Addition, Ravenna. Tax assessed on a value of $4,000 to $5,000. Sam Dobish and Alizabeth Derr to Kirsty Cassidy, 511 E. 19th St. Tax assessed on a value of $133,000.01 to $134,000. Michael Robbins and Jenna Robbins to Wil- liam Oliva and Haley Hughes, 1215 16th Ave. Tax assessed on a value of $219,000.01 to $220,000. Jeffrey Burmood and Kristina Burmood to 2B Legacy LLC, part of Lot 1, Block 16, and part of Block 4, Fifth Addition, Gibbon. No documentary tax. P Property Transfers CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2C By KATHERINE ROTH Associated Press As online shopping becomes ubiquitous, so do the boxes delivered to homes across the country. For apartment dwellers — and the managers of the buildings they live in — it’s tough to manage the boxes that pile up, sometimes clogging precious space for days. (If not watched, packages also can be stolen or left out in the rain.) The problem’s only getting worse, says Rick Haughey, vice president of the non- profit National Multifamily Housing Council, which represents many owners, developers and managers of apartment housing. People are ordering more heavy, oversize and perishable items than ever before, he notes, and building managers are “tasked with finding new and creative ways to meet the demand for package storage, sorting and security.” The problem is especially acute around the holidays, but continues all year. “Now, you’ve got a lot of perishables coming in. And things like tires can be ordered online at discount prices. That means four tires are sitting in the leasing office, along with items like flat-pack furniture and even bed mattresses,” Haughey said. “They might be there for days or potential- ly weeks if you’re away on vacation. There doesn’t seem to be a perfect solution, but locker systems and delivery hubs come close.” There are a growing number of technologies and services aimed at alleviat- ing the delivery problem in apartment foyers. UPS, FedEx and Ama- zon all have begun offering services to help manage the flow of delivery boxes. The Amazon Hub program, for example, includes Amazon Locker, based at third-party locations like Whole Foods; Locker+, with staffed locations for pickups and dropoffs; and Apartment Locker, which accepts Ama- zon and non-Amazon pack- ages in apartment buildings, among other services. Luxer One, a company based in Sacramento, Calif., provides secure lockers in buildings in the United States and Canada that can be accessed by both delivery companies and residents — including compartments for large boxes and refrigerated lockers for perishables. The lockers can be placed inside or outside apartment buildings, and are accessible using codes. “It’s a huge issue for a lot of apartment buildings. There’s a security factor, but also a convenience factor. Building management offices aren’t open as late as some residents need them to be in order to retrieve packages, and in some cases, just accepting a building’s packages easi- ly can become a full-time job,” says MelodyAkhtari, spokeswoman for Luxer One, which started out in 2005 with lockers in apartment buildings for dry cleaning. There are services that arrange deliveries for a specific time when residents know they’ll be home; or let recipients have packages delivered to secure hubs or other locations that are conve- niently located and open late. But such locker systems can be pricey, and in build- ings without them, residents can use services offered either by the shipper or by some retailers. Jet.com, for example, which is owned by Walmart, has installed lockers in hundreds of New York apartment buildings. There’s also a service called Fetch (www.fetch- package.com ), which col- lects packages, stores them offsite and delivers them when the recipient is home. Associated Press A WOMAN removes a package from one of Luxer’s access lockers in San Francisco, Calif. Luxer One provides secure lockers in buildings in the United States and Canada that can be accessed by both delivery companies and resi- dents. Lobby crush: Online shopping leads to mountains of boxes Chris Holz, Owner cell 308-440-7941 • chris@ holzconstruction.com • www.holzconstruction.com Custom Homes & Remodeling

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