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Page 4 April 29, 2010 Levi Bids Call for Bids The City of Beach is current- ly accepting bids for the purchase of a new front end loader. Equipment specifications are available at the City Auditor's office at 153 Main Street East Beach, ND between the hours of 8am- 5pro or by calling 701 872-4103: Sealed bids must be delivered to the City Auditor.'s Office by 5pm on Monday, May 3, 2010 or clearly marked "Sealed Equipment Bid" and mailed to City Hall PO Box 278 Beach, ND 58621-0278. Bids will be opened at the City Council meeting on May 3, 2010 at 7:30pm The city reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids. (April 15, 22 and 29) Bids Land For Sale on Bid A tract of land in Golden Valley County lying in the Southwest Quarter (SWl/4) of Section Sixteen (16), Township One Hundred Forty-One (141), Range One Hundred Five (105) West described as follows: Beginning at a point North 33 feet and West 860 feet from the Southwest corner of the Swl/4, said section 16; thence North a distance of 400 feet; thence East a dis- tance of 500 feet; thence South a dis- tance of 400 feet; thence West a dis- tance of 500 feet to the place of begin- ning. Tract contains 1.54 acres, more or less. Bids: Persons interested in submit- ting bids on this property are asked to submit sealed written bids to Golden Valley County Auditor. Bids must be received no later than 9 a.m., May 4, 2010. The date fixed for opening bids and sale is May 4, 2010 at 10 a.m. at the County Commissioner' meeting at the Golden Valley County court- house. Terms: Bids are for a lump sum cash payment, not per acre, and con- veyance will be by County Deed, with- out warranty of title. No abstract will be provided. Reservations: Seller reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Seller reserves the right to waive irregulari- ties of bids. Further details concerning this land may be obtained by contacting Ceil Stedman, Golden Valley County Auditor at (701) 872-4131. Bids Call For Bids Golden Valley County Road Department Notice is hereby given; that the Board of County Commissioners of Golden Valley County, North Dakota, will on Tuesday the Fourth of May 2010 at 2:00 p.m. in their office at the county courthouse, open sealed bids for the lease/purchase of one or more 2010 or newer, unused; Diesel powered, articulated frame motor graders. A detailed list of specifications, may be obtained by contacting the Golden Valley County Auditor's office at the courthouse in Beach. Send bids to Golden Valley County, Box 67, Beach, ND 58621, or drop them off at the auditor's office. Bids must be received no later than 2 p.m., Tuesday, May 4, 2010. Envelopes containing bid must be marked "Motor Grader Bid". Bids are to be FOB, Beach, ND with delivery to be made within 60 days upon notification of bid award. All dealer pre-delivery charges are to be paid. No excise or sales taxes are to be included in the bid price. Bidder must be a dealer authorized to perform all warranty work on the equipment and have parts and service available. The Board of County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids, to waive irregu- larities, or to accept any bid they deem to be in the best interest of Golden Valley County. (April 15, 22 and 29) Hearing Notice Notice of Hearing Probate No. 17-10-P-011 In the District Court of Golden Valley County, State of North Dakota, in the matter of the Estate of Verda D. Busch, Deceased: Notice of Hearing on Application for Formal Appointment of Personal Representative. Notice is hereby given, that Clayton R. Busch has filed herein an Application for Formal Appointment of Personal Representative in the above Estate. That said application is with refer- ence to, and affects the title to the real property described as follows, to-wit: All of the decedent's right, title, and interest in and to the oil, gas and other minerals in and under: Township 140 North, Range 104 West, Golden Valley Co., ND: Section 17:Wl/2 (more particularly described as those certain two tracts of land lying and being in the SWl/4 and NWl/4 of said Section as described in Book 24 OGL, page 524, Records of Golden Valley County, North Dakota) Section 18:E1/2 Hearing has been set upon said application on May 27, 2010, at 9:00 o'clock a.m., MDT, at the Courtroom of the above named Court in the city of Beach, county of Golden Valley, State of North Dakota. Dated this 30th day of March, 2010 Ross L. Sundeen #05126 Attorney for Petitioner Johnson & Sundeen 109 Fifth Street SW P.O Box 1260 Watford City, ND 58854 (701) 444-2211 (April 22, 29, May 6 and 13) Notice Notice of Public Meeting The Beach School District #3 school board will hold a meeting for the purpose of presenting demograph- ic information and obtaining input from the public for long term planning pur- poses for the District. The meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 12, 2010 at the Beach High School in room #11. Residents are welcome to attend this meeting. The 2003 Legislative Assembly enacted a law requiring school districts to invite the public to participate in a planning process addressing the effects that demographics might have on the district in the ensuing three year and five year periods in regard to 1) academic and extracurricular pro- grams, 2) instructional and administra- tive staffing, 3) facility needs and uti- lization; and 4) tax levies. A preliminary planning document has been prepared and is available for review and a copy can be obtained at the high school superintendent's office. Public input will be welcomed at the May 12th meeting to complete the report. At the end of the planning process a final report will be prepared and made available upon request. Please call one of the schools if you have questions or need special accommodations 872-4161 H.S. and 872-4253 Elem, or email Supt. Larry Helvik (larry.helvik@sendit.nodak.edu. (April 22, 29 and May 6) Notice Notice of annual meeting Beach Cemetery Association will meet May 17, at 6 p.m., at the Golden Valley County Courthouse. We will have a work,day the same day. (April 22 and 29) Notice NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) will receive bids for the construction of the follow- ing project(s): Job No.: 40 Project No(s).: PM-5-999(010) Length: 0 Type: PAVEMENT MARKING County(s): BILLINGS, ADAMS, BOWMAN, DUNN, GOLDEN VALLEY, HETTINGER, MERCER, MORTON, SIOUX, SLOPE, & STARK Cos Location: VARIOUS US, AND STATE HIGHWAYS IN THE DICKIN- SON DISTRICT Bids will be received until 09:30AM, May 21, 2010, IN THE FOYER, LOCATED ON 3RD FLOOR, OUT- SIDE ROOM 330 OF THE NDDOT BUILDING, ON THE CAPITOL GROUNDS, IN BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA. Bids will be opened at that time and the bid result,will be distrib- uted and posted online at http://www.dot, nd.gov/business/ approximately 30 minutes after bids are opened. All bidders are required to be pre- qualified at least seven (7) days before the date of the bid opening. The proposal forms, plans, and specifications are available on the NDDOT website at http://www.dot.nd.gov and may be inspected at the Construction Services Division, NDDOT, Room 333,608 East Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, North Dakota, 58505-0700. NDDOT reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, waive technical- ities, or to accept such as may be determined in the best interests of the state. Requested by: Francis G. Ziegler, P.E., Director North Dakota Department of Transportation (April 29) Beach School Board PROCEEDS OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BEACH BOARD OF EDUCATION March 16, 2010; 5:30 p.m. Present: Maurice Hardy, Barry Schafer, Kim Nunberg, Misty Farnstrom, Larry Helvik, Brandt Gaugler, Dave Wegner, Judy Lonnberg Absent: Bob Makelky, Mark Egan Vice President Hardy called the meeting to order at 5:32 p.m. Farnstrom presented February 10, 2010 regular meeting minutes. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Schafer to approve min- utes. Motion carries unanimously. Over 120 TopChonnels 19 99 MO EAGLE Satellite • www..’e,..o 800 DUMPcABLE (1-e00.386.7222) Farnstrom presented general fund bills. Motion by Schafer, second by Nunberg to approve bills. Motion car- ries unanimously. Farnstrom presented activity fund bills. Motion by Nunberg, second by Schafer to approve bills. Motion car- ries unanimously. Farnstrom presented food service bills. Motion by Nunberg second by Schafer to approve bills. Motion car- ries unanimously. Farnstrom presented manual activ- ity fund bills. Motion by Schafer, sec- ond by Nunberg to approve bills. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented February reg- ular payroll. Motion by Nunberg, sec- ond by Schafer to approve payroll. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented manual gen- eral fund bills. Motion by Schafer, sec- ond by Nunberg to approve bills. Motion carries unanimously. General Fund $57,539.78 Activity Fund 9,475.41 Food Service 7,466.67 Manual General 2,828.00 Manual Activity 1,613.50 February Payroll 265,627.41 Total: 344,550.77 General Fund: 35893 AIItel. 79.27 35894 Ameripride 401.30 35895 Lisa Baertsch 14.00 35896 Balfour 396.94 35897 Beach Floral 116.99 35898 Beach Food Center 589.42 35899 Beach Junior Class 51.00 35900 Leanne Benes 75.00 35901 BiD Corporation 321.92 35902 Bismarck Tribune Company 43.20. 35903 Boiler Inspection Program 40.00 35904 Boss Office Products 1,792.62 35905 Bureau of Education and Research 199.00 35906 Bureau of Education and Research 215.00 35907 Cenex Fleet Fueling 73.33 35908 City of Beach 844.25 35909 Cole Papers 2,087.26 35910 CorporateCard 2,850.39 35911 Council for Exceptional Children 591.00 35912 D & E Supply Company, Inc," 571.54 35913 Dakota Assemblies 750.00 35914 Dakota Dust-Tex 100.45 35915 Darts Supermarket #5 197.37 35916 Ecolab Center 159.50 35917 Edutech 20.00 35918 Farmers Union Oil Company 1,814.98 35919 Fitness Finders Inc. 109.93 35920 Fleet Service Inc. 1,478.86 35921Brandt Gaugler 265.54 35922 Golden Valley News 194.23 35923 Grand International Inn of M/not ' 4,197.90 35924 Heuer Publishing Company 220.50 35925 Lori Holkup 285.00 35926 Home on the Range 17.99 35927 Information Technology Dept. 580.00 35928 Interstate Music 156.86 35929 Lone Tree School district #6 12,482.50 35930 Markerboard People 30.95 35931 Karen Maus 70.00 35932 Midstate Communications, Inc. 702.86 35933 Midwest Doors 2,653.80 35934 Napa  4.79 35935 ND Center for Distance Learning '00.00 35936 NDSU Extension Fargo 310.00 35937 Office Max , :, Contract Payments Inc. 196.59 35938 Pearson Education 220.48 35939 Prairie Lumber Company 66.15 35940Pursuing Happiness 995.00 35941 Queen City Candy & Supply 13.40 35942 RACTC 125.00 35943 Ramkota Hotel 378.00 35944 Really Good Stuff 230.76 35945 Region X Music, Speech and Drama 300.00. 35946 Rohan's Hardware 208.38 35947 Rudy's Lock & Key 31.36 35948 School Specialty 101.56 35949 SDAESP Conference 125.00 35950 Sip and Sew 52.50 35951 Peggy Steele 406.00 35952 Carla Steffen 14.00 35953 Steve,s Service 779.55 35954 Supreme School Supply Co. 170.31 35955 USPS Postmaster 100.00 35956. Walmart 416.58 35957 West Plains 2,333.85 35958 West River Student Services 11,395.87 35959 West River Teacher Center-DSU 452.00 35960 Karla Zimdars 70.00 Activity Fund 2553 Anderson's Creative Promotions 657.80 2554 Beach Food Center 34.28 2555 Beach Junior Class 73.77 2556 Beach School Food Service 209.78 2557 Leanne Benes 55.83 2558 Coca Cola Bottling Company 599.43 2559 Computer Fun 72.00 2560 Farmers Union Oil Company 579.00 2561 Fresh Alternatives Fundraising 2,385.50 2562 Logo Music 188.50 2563 Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company 162.60 2564 " Post Prom 200.00 2565 Queen City Candy & Supply 1,291 .t4 2566 Scholastic Book Fairs-13 2567 Scholastic Inc. 36.00 Food Service 6756 Beach Food Center 44.20 6757 Nature Seal Inc. 108.93 6758 Rohan's Hardware 17.47 6759 Sandra Seward 67.58 6760 US Food Service/ GFG 5,745.96 6761 Valley Dairy 1,482.53 Manual General 7687 David Wegner 30.00 7688 Donnell Michels 30.00 7689 Jon Bernard Schardin 143.50 7690 Kurt Silbernagel 95.50 7691 David Wegner 60.00 7692 Donnell Michels 60.00 7693 Lament Gaugler 216.20 7694 David Siegfried 129.80 7695 David Wegner 30.00 7696 Donnell Michels 30.00 7697 Arwin (Spud) Uttech 143.50 7698 Kurt Silbernagel 95.50 7699 David Wegner 30.00 7700 Donnell Michels 30.00 7701 Arwin (Spud) Uttech 143.50 7702 Mark Sandman 95.50 7703 Post Prom 250.00 7704 Thomas Heckaman 48.00 7705 Mark Bosserman 48.00 7706 Cash 415.00 7707 ND Science Olympiad 260.00 7708 ND Council of Teachers of Math 339.00 7709 Region X Music, Speech, and Drama Admin 45.00 Manual Activity 16198 Balfour 623.50 16199 ND FBLA 990.00 Hardy called for approval of agen- da. Motion by Schafer, second by Nunberg to approve agenda. Motion carries unanimously. Bids for the bus purchase from ARRA State Diesel Grant Progran were reviewed and discussed. Recommendation from Helvik is to purchase a bus from Harttey's. Motion by Schafer, second Nunberg .by to approve purchase. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented correspondence. • Thank you from Annie's Project for the use of facilities. • State Land Department Grant Application for Oil Impact Grants was discussed, • North Dakota Department of Transportation letter regarding public input meetings concerning the level of service of North Dakota State Highways and local roads was read and discussed Superintendent evalua- tion was presented. Motion by Nunberg, second by Schafer to approve evaluation. Roll call vote car- ries unanimously. Helvik presented staffing. • Paraprofessional position at the elementary is still being advertised and is still open. Discussion. • Behavioral Interventionist will be needed for the 2010-2011 school year in day treatment. Discussion. Resignation from Paul Lautenschlager as Junior High Boys Basketball coach was read. • Recommendation to hire Brad Steele as pee-wee wrestling coach was presented. Motion by Nunberg, second by Schafer to approve hiring. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented facilities. • ESG projects and related facilities projects were discussed. Motion by Schafer, Nunberg to complete the direct digital control installation of the high school heating system beyond the original ESG agreement. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Construction of a football/track concession/restroom facility was dis- cussed. Motion by Nunberg, second by Schafer to approve construction of the facility. Roll call vote carries unan- imously. Helvik presented finance. • Salaries and wages not covered by the negotiated agreement were dis- cussed. Hardy met with Gaugler, Wegner, Farnstrom. Motion by Schafer, second by Nunberg to approve $2,300 increase for Gaugler, Wegner and Farnstrom and a $200 increase for Gaugler as Athletic Director. Roll call vote carries unani- mously. • Salary and benefits for Karen Obrien as Day Treatment Coordinator was discussed. Hardy met with Obrien. Request from Obrien is for a salary of $44,500 plus full family health insurance. Discussion. • ClaSsified staff wages were reviewed and discussed. Motion by Nunberg, second by Schafer to increase the base from $9.00 to $9.50 and increase staff wages .50’ per hour. Roll call vote carries unanimous- ly. • Drivers Education teacher salary for Karen Maus was discussed. Current wage is $24 per hour, Motion by Schafer, second by Nunberg to approve a .50’ per hour increase. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Bus drying wages were dis- cussed. Consensus of the board is to table the decision. Helvik presented current drivers education fees of $85 for first time stu- dents and $300 for retakes or alcohol related legal requirements. Discussion. Motion by Schafer, second by Nunberg to increase dri- ver's education fees to $t00 for first time students and $350 for retakes or alcohol related legal requirements. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented the documenta- tion for dissolution of County Superintendent of Schools position. Discussion. Motion by Schafer, sec- ond by Nunberg to approve the disso- lution of the County Superintendent of Schools position. Roll call vote carries unanimously. DiscuSsion. Farnstrom distributed and dis- cussed the assignment of statutory duties for the County Superintendent of schools. Discussion. Consensus of the board is to approve the assign- ment of statutory duties as discussed. Farnstrom presented business manager report. • Application from Mark Egan has been received for the school board position that will be open in June. • Letter from Golden Valley County Auditors office regarding the upcoming Primary Election to be held at the High School on June 8, 2010 was read. Discussion. Consensus of the board is to approve the use of the high school facilities for the election. Lonnberg presented day treatment report. • Aleta Heckaman is attending a conference in Billings, MT and Karen Obrien will be attenqling a national conference in Nashville, TN. Discussion. Wegner presented elementary prin- cipal report. • Hot water heater needed to be replaced at the elementary. Discussion. Hot water heater was under war- ranty. • Paraprofessional position in spe- cial education at the elementary has had one applicant. Discussion Gaugler presented high school principal report. • New full wall safety pads under the backboards, new scoreboards, and new basketball backboards in the high school gym were discussed. Replacing the elementary backboards with the current high school back- boards was discussed. Lonnberg left the meeting. Motion by Nunberg, sec- ond by Schafer to approve purchases of backboards, scoreboards and pads for the best value taking into considera- tion the purchasing of the items from one company within $19,500 to $20,000 price range. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented superintendent report. • Formal Title One Cooperative Agreement with the Lone Tree School was presented. Motion by Schafer, secorld by Nunberg to approve agree- ment. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • School calendar was distributed and discussed. Motion by Schafer, second by Nunberg to approve school calendar as presented. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Hardy presented board member report. Hardy called for a motion 1;o adjourn. Motion by Nunberg, second by Schafer to adjourn. Hardy adjourred at 7:36 p.m. Maurice Hardy, Vice President Attest: Misty Farnstrom, Business Manager (April 29) Notice ZONING MEETING Time: 2:00 PM Date: Thursday, May 13th, 2010 Place:Billings County Commissioners Rm, Billings County Courthouse, Medora ND Purpose: Von & Noreen Johnson Addition to Shed - NWl/4 35-141- 99 Purpose: AI & Lyn Bjornson New Structure - Cabin & Barn SE1/4 6-139-102 Purpose: Joe Schmidt Move in Horse Barn Special Use Permit - SESE 36- 140-100 Purpose: Joe LaDuke Zoning Application - Minor Subdivision 40.99 Acre tract in 32 & 33 139-102 Purpose: R o d n e y Kadrmas/John Wurzer Review Temporary Use Permit - 11-142-99 Purpose: Joe & Sue Finneman Subdivision/Development Preliminary Plat 74.47 Acres 28-139- 102 Purpose: Gary Peterson Build Pole Barn - SE1/4 34-140- 102 Purpose: New Business Purpose: Old Business Dated at Medora this 23rd day of April 2010 by order of the Billings County Commission. Joan Jurgens, Billings County Auditor/Treasurer (April 29 and May 6) Hearing Notice PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Beach Zoning Board will be holding a public hearing at City Hall on May 20, 2010 at 9am. The purpose of the hearing is for public comment on a Building Application with Variance at 162 2rid Ave SE. ' Kimberly Nunberg , City Auditor (April 29 and May 6) Bids Call for Bids .The Golden Valley County Weed Board is calling for bids on the follow- ing chemicals and additives, in normal usage size containers, quart, 1 gallon, 2 V= gallon, 30 gallon, or shuttle tank. Brand name or generic label, with or without micro valves: 2-4D Amine; Arsenal; Banvel; Curtail; Fallow Master; Milestone; Redeem; Plateau; Sahara; Tordon 22K; Wide Match; Methylated Seed Oil (MSO) Bids are to be submitted to: Golden Valley County Weed Board, PO Box 605, Beach, ND 58621-0605, or in per- son by April .30, 2010 at 5 p.m. at the Golden Valley County Court House Commissioners' Room, at which time, with the regular meeting, all submitted bids are to be opened and considered. If you have questions, call (701) 872- 4736. (April 22 and 29) NODELS Fi for 36 months on approved credit* 002,500 BONUS BUCKS on select models HONDA WEST 745 West Villard St. Dickinson, ND 58601 888-483-7990 or (701) 225-2803 SEE DEALER FOR DETAILS honda.corn TRX70OXX IS RECOMMENDED ONLY FOR HIGHLY EXPERIENCED RIDERS 16 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER. BE A RESPONSIBLE RIDER. ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET, EYE PROTECTION AND PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, AND PLEASE RESPECT THE ENVIRoNMENI OBEY THE LAW AND READ YOUR OWNER'S MANUAL THOROUGHLY. PROFESSIONAL RIDER SHOWN IN A DESIGNATED RIDING AREA. *3.99% Fixed APR financing available for customers who qualify for super pleferred credit tier for up to 36 months through Honda Financial Services, Payment example: 36 monthly payments of $29.52 for each $1,000 financed. Offer good on all new and Lmregiatered Sport AXV mclels. Offer ends 6/3Oi10. "*$2,500 Bonus Bucks vaSd on 2008 TRXTOOXX models. Bonus Bucks redeemable only for purchases at dealer on purchase date. No cash value. Non-transferable. Redemption value is not to exceed $2,500. Offer ends 9/30/10. Check with participating Honda Dealers for complete delails. TRX  is a trademark of Honda Motor Co., Ltd. _'010 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. (4/10) 10-0817