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-- May 24, 2012 Page 5 I00jai Notice ELECTION NOTICE 4 t , I "L Notice is hereby given that the annual election of Belfield Public School District #13, Belfield, ND is set for Tuesday, June 12, 2012 for the purpose of electing one rural member for a 3 year term and one at-large member for a 2 year term. The polls will be open 8:00 am to 7:00 pm MDT and the election will be located at the Belfield Memorial Halt in conjunction with the county and city elections. Absentee voting is available at the courthouse Auditor's office in Dickinson, ND. By order of the Board of Education Belfield Public School Belfield, ND 58622 Alice Berger, Business Manager (May 24) Beach Public School PROCEEDS OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BEACH BOAR OF EDUCATION Unofficial Minutes Subject to Review and Revision of the Board May 9, 2012 6:30 p.m. Room 11 Present: Bob Makelky, Maurice Hardy, Mark Egan, Barry Schafer, Kim Nunberg, Misty Farnstrom, Larry Helvik, Brandt Gaugier, Dave WEgner and Jay Hepperle. Visitors: Loft Rising, Maria Haugen, Karen Maus, Madonna Oech, Kayla Howard, Mathew Gerving, Stephanie Steele, Jasmine Stockert, DAle Frieze, Brenda Frieze, Jeanne Larson and Janeall Gehring• President Makelky called the meeting to order at 6:29 p.m. Makelky recognized visitors• Makelky called for approval of agenda• Helvik recommended adding FBLA to public participation. Discussion• Motion by Schafer, sec- ond by Nunberg to approve agenda with amendment. Motion carries unanimously. Helvik presented public participa- tion. • FBLA presented a request for funds for their trip to Nationals in San Antonio, Texas. Discussion. Motion by Schafer, second by Egan to approve $1,250 towards the students cost of the trip to nationals as per administrative guideline of $250 per student. Discussion. Roll call vote :carries unanimously. : -Helvikdistributedand revieved policy BCBA-Public Particlpatio at Board Meetings. Dleand BreUda , Frieze addressed the board regarding bullying at the elementary• Discussion. Farnstrom presented April 11, '2012 regular meeting minutes. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, second by Nunberg to approve minutes• Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented general fund bills. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to approve bills. Discussion. Motion carries unani- mously. Farnstrom presented activity fund bills. Motion by Schafer, second by Nunberg to approve bills. Motion car- ries unanimously• Farnstrom presented food service fund bills• Motion by Hardy, second by Egan to approve bills. Motion car- ries unanimously• Farnstrom presented manual gen- • erel fund bills, activity fund bills, and April payroll. MOtion by Hardy, sec- ond by Egan t0approve bills and pay- roll. Motion carries unanimously• 37714 ACT WorkKeys Customer Services (70) 337•50 37715 Active Network/Hy-Tek 241.00 37716 Ameripride 106.23 37717 Appl Inc. 28740.00 37718 Aqua-Pure Inc. 227.00 j37719 AT&tl] ' Mobility 86.85 • 37720 Linda Bacon 45.00 37721 Bea.(h Food Center 338.00 'i 37722 Beach School Food Srvice 332.42 37723 Best Western Doublewood Inn-Bismarck Inc. 1488.00 - .37724,Best Western SeveniSeas 435.80 , 377 Boss Office and Computer  Procts 10023.19 .37"f:12f6 Brosz Engineering Inc. 250.00 37727 Buttons by Fish, Inc. 620•70 37728 Byte Speed 26844.00 37729 Cenex Fleetcard 306•94 37730 Chateau De Mores State Htoi'ical Site 19.00 B7731 City of Beach 951.02 37732 Cqle Papers Inc. 189.40 37733 Coi'nfort Inn of Minot 540.00 37734 D & E Supply Company; Inc. 106•47 37735 Rosemary J. Dahl 281.40 37736 Dakota Dust-Tex, Inc. 137•35 : 37737 The Dickinson Press & The Advertizer 56•00 377,38 ESTR Publications 112.20 37739 Epressway Inn of Bismarck 304.15 ' 37740 Farmers Union Oil C0.3835.88 377i FBLA-PBL NLC Registrations 95•00 37742 Four Seasons Trophies732.55 37743 Gerrells Sports Center 689•30 37744 Golden Valley News/Billings Co. Pioneer 697.12 37745 Great Activities Publishing Company 37746 James Groll 37747 Loni Hall 37748 Aleta Heckaman , 37749 Jay Hepperle , 37750 Tamara A. Hoffer " 37751 Lori Holkup i 37752 James Stanfield Co. ; 37753 Robin Andt ; 37754 John Deere Financial 37755 Pamela Knopp -- 37756 Marman Plumbing & General 63.80 483.48 45.00 256.20 156.00 45.00 19.39 639.86 2014.10 159.26 30.00 Construction Inc. 104.00 37757 Matthew Bender & Company, Inc. 157.44 37758 Karen J. Maus 45.00 37759 Brianna McDaniel 86.70 37760 McGraw-Hill Companies354.14 37761 MDU Resources Group Inc. 9869.03 37762 Mid-American Research Chemical Corp. 535.27 37763 Midstate Communications Inc. 656.77 37764 NAPA 76.50 37765 NASCO 196.88 37766 Northwest Evaluation Association 125.00 37767 Office Max Contract Payments Inc. 7746.52 37768 OIsons Service LLC 166.00 37769 Oriental Trading Co., Inc. 235.19 37770 Perma-Bound Books 680.72 37771 Prairie Lumber Company 514.89 37772 Queen City Candy 51.05 37773 Ramada Plaza Suites of Fargo 198.00 37774 Ramkota Hotel Bismarck 316.00 37775 Raymond Geddes and Co Inc. 189.96 37776 Rohan Hardware 627.01 37777 School Specialty, Inc. 54.08 37778 Sears 235.95 37779 Allison Skari 60.00 37780 VJ Smith 2242.66 37781 Carla Steffen 340.88 37782 Supply Depot 94.90 37783 Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation 9.50 37784 Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation 23.00 37785 Mike and Terrye Toombs 385.00 37786 USGA 12.95 37787 WaI-Mart Stores, Inc. 168.70 37788 Wells Fargo 4830.57 37789 West Plains Inc. 55.32 37790 West River Student Services 9599.86 2834 Beach Food Center 85.31 2835 Boss Office and Computer Products 55.20 2836 Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Dickinson 246.00 2837 Farmers Union Oil Co. 119.66 2838 Misty Farnstrom 42.34 2839 FBLA-PBL NLC Registrations 475.00 2840 Sonja Groll 90.54 2841 Legion Club 202.90 2842 Queen City Candy 96.85 2843 Rohan Hardware 4.79 2844 WaI-Mart Stores, Inc. 678.19 2845 Wells Fargo 528.94 6892 Beach Food Center 229.43 6893 DPI-Food Distribution 169.70 6894 NDSNA 250.00 6895 Noble Industrial Supply Co t84•92 6896 Rohan Hardware 25.75 6897 US Foodservice, Inc. 7082.36 6898 Valley Dairy Products Inc. 2442.34 8159 Steven B. Conley 85.00 8160 Region X Music, Speech and Drama Admin 40.00 8161 Mike and Terrye Toombs560.00 8162 Cash 260.00 16242 Midnight Express 500.00 April Payroll 290665.72 Helvik presented correspondence. • Thank you for tt)e pJant from the Jay Hepperle farnily ..... Thank you fl:o.m Connie Baertsch. Raynette SzLidera and Donna Muckie for the administrative assistant's day plants and gifts. Helvik presented personnel. Coaching and advisor con- tract list for the 2012-2013 school year was distributed and discussed. Motion by Hardy, second by Nunberg to approve all contracts as listed. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Contract for Shae Hutchinson as high school special education teacher was presented• Discussion. Motion by Hardy, second by Nunberg to approve contract pending North Dakota licensing and certification. Roll call votecarries unanimously. Helvik presented signing bonus dis- cussion• Motionby Nunberg, second by Hardy to approve to approve a signing bonus of $1,000 to first year, $2,000 the second year, and $3,000 the third year for Shae Hutchinson as high school special education teacher• Makelky called for a roll call vote. Egan-yes. Nunberg-yes, Schafer-no, Makelky-yes, Hardy-yes. Roll call vote carries• Resignation from Jay Hepperle as day treatment adminis- trator was read. Discussion. Motion by Egan, sec- ond by Schafer to approve resigna- tion. Roll call vote carries unanimously• • Resignation from Erick Egan as day treatment teacher was read• Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Hardy to approve resigna- tion with release from contract with no penalty• Egan declared conflict of interest and did not vote. Roll call vote carries• • Natalie Bakken did not sign and return her contract as the first grade teacher• The position is now open. Discussion. Inquiries and applications have been received. • Bill Van Horn has been offered the position as head elementary jani- tor. Discussion• Van Horn is currently making $12.90 per hour as assistant janitor• Recommendation is to pay $15.00 per hour. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to approve hiring Van Horn as head ele- mentaryjanitor at $15.00 per hour. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Tom Maxwell has been offered the position as assistant elementary janitor• Recommendation is to pay $11.00 per hour. Discussion• Motion by Schafer, second by Nunberg to approve hiring Maxwell as assistant elementary janitor at $11.00 per hour. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Business Manager evaluation was presented. Motion by Egan, sec- ond by Schafer to approve evaluation. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented finance• • Budget revision was distributed and reviewed• Motion by Nunberg, second by Schafer to approve budget revision. Roll call vote carries unani- mously. Helvik presented facili- ties/transportation. • Major purchases for the 2012- 2013 school year were discussed. Helvik presented policy. • Policy ACEA-Bullying Policy, with exhibits and forms were distrib- utedand presented for the second reading. This policy will replace the bullying policy the district has in place. The recommended changes are required by law. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, second by Schafer to approve the second reading. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Policy FFE-Extracurricular Participation Requirements was pre- sented and reviewed. Motion by Hardy, second by Schafer to approve the first reading. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik indicated a public meeting regarding the district's long term plan- ning is needed. Consensus of the board is to hold the long term plan- ning meeting in conjunction with the regular June meeting. Discussion. Wegner presented elementary principal report. • The district has been working on moving school property out of the cheese plant. • Milk delivery and storage was dis- cussed. Bruce Liepke from Land O' Lakes donated a milk cooler to the district. Discussion. • The food service program has been monitored by DPI. The monitor- ingreport has been received and good commendations were received. • New elementary students coming into the district were discussed. Gaugler presented high school principal report. Hepperle presented day treatment report. Helvik presented superintendent report. • School wide Title money expecta- tions were discussed. • BCBS increase for 2012-2013 will be 4.1%. • Lone Tree school has requested a school wide title cooperativeagree- ment. Discussion. Motion by Schafer, second by Nunberg to approve agreement. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented business manager report. • The school board election will be held at the high school on June 12, 2012 in conjunction with the primary election. Robert Sperry has filed for the rural seat currently held by Barry Schafer and Kim Nunberg has re-filed for the city seat. Next regular meeting and long term planning meeting date was dis- cussed. Consensus of the board is to have the next regular meeting June 21, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, second by Egan to retire into executive session to dis- cuss negotiations strategy for individ- uals not covered by the negotiated agreement as per NDCC 44-04-19.1 subsection 9. The board retired into executive session at 8:14 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION Makelky called the meeting back to order at 8:30 p.m. Discussion. Motion by Schafer, second by Nunberg to approve a .50¢ per hour Notice Annual Drinking Water Quality Report City of Beach, North Dakota - 2011 We're very pleased to provide you with this year's Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. We want to keep you informed about the excel- lent water and services we have delivered to you over the past year. Our goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. The information contained in this report is from the test results of the Southwest Water Authority (SWA) which manages the facility that treats Southwest Pipeline Project (SWPP) water. The SWA takes Missouri River water from Lake Sakakawea. This is a surface water source. The intake is about 86 miles northeast of Dickinson. The quality and condition of this water varies with lake level, spring runoff and other factors. SWA monitors regularly for taste and odor in the raw water and if any are pres- ent sodium permanganate is added at the intake to reduce them. From there, the water is pumped 26 miles to Dodge where chloramines (chlorine plus ammonia) are added to inacti- vate Giardia, viruses, and other microorganisms. The water then trav- els another 60 miles to the treatment plant in Dickinson, where it goes through the following processes before being delivered to customers: Clarifying and softening, where quicklime is added to the water to change dissolved calcium and magnesium (hardness) into undis- solved particles. Alum and a floccu- lant are then added to collect those particles into heavier pieces that will settle out of the water. • Stabilization, where carbon dioxide is added to bring pH down to acceptable levels. Phosphate is added to limit scale and corrosion. Fluoride is also added to provide resistance to tooth decay. Filtration, where seven sand and anthracite coal filters remove suspended particles not removed in the clarifying and softening process. Filtration can also be effective in the physical removal of the protozoan Cryptosporidium. • Disinfection, where chlo- ramines are once again added to reduce bacteria to a safe level and provide a residual that protects against contamination. As part of a nationwide program, the North Dakota Department of Health completed an assessment of our source water and determined that our water system is moderately sus- ceptible to potential contaminant sources. They also noted that "histor- ically" Southwest Water Authority has effectively treated this source water to meet drinking water standards. If you have any questions about this report or concerning your water utility, please contact Kimberly Nunberg, City Auditor at 872-4103. We want raise for all heurly-.employees for the  T h;,;h, ; ........ , •- ....... " " r i ti nc r t ': , /ur,,,,,y,o=m,o,,,,me 2012 2013 scnool yea o o a ; r • " ..... " "- II - f eo' ,dclOudiness of the water. It is monP nes unanimously MaKeIKy ca eo or, • - ; '".tored because it is a good indicator of a motion to adjourn. Motion by the effectiveness of our filtratiOn sys- Sdhafer, second by Egan toadjourn. Makelky adjourned 8:35 p.m. Robert Makelky, President Date Misty Farnstrom, Business Manager (May 24) Notice NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 12th day of June, 2012, at the polling place of Beach High School, City of Beach, Golden Valley County, an election will be held for the election of two school board members, and which said election will be held in conjunction with the pri- mary election, and which the election polling place will be open at eight o' clock (8:00) a.m. MDT and will close at seven o' clock (7:00) p.m. MDT of that day. Dated at Beach, North Dakota this 24th day of May, 2012. Misty Farnstrom, Business Manager Beach Public School District #3 (May 24) Notice CALL FOR WEB SITE PROPOSALS Golden Valley County is seeking proposals for a county wide/interactive web site with links. If you are interested in submitting a proposal for this web site, please contact the Auditor's office at 701-872-4331 or send proposal to PC Box 67, Beach, ND 58621 (May 24) 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.: 32 Project No(s).: SNH-SS-9- 999(293) Type: AUTOMATIC TRAFFIC RECORDER SYSTEM MAINTE- NANCE & WEIGH IN MOTION SYS- TEM MAINTENANCE County(s): BILLINGS, BURLEIGH, CASS, FOSTER, GRANT, MCLEAN, MORTON, OLIVER, PIERCE, RAM- SEY, STUTsMAN, & TRAILL Cos Location: STATEWIDE Bids will be received until 09:30AM, June 15, 2012, IN THE FOYER, LOCATED ON 3RD FLOOR, OUTSIDE ROOM 330 OF THE NDDOT BUILDING, ON THE CAPI- TOL GROUNDS, IN BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA. Bids will be opened at that time and the bid result will be distributed and posted online at http://www.dot.nd.govfousiness/ approximately 30 minutes after bids are opened. All bidders are required to be pre- tem. 2 The EPA requires testing for cer- tain unregulated contaminants, but has not established enforceable drinking water standards for them. They are monitored to determine whether or not future regulation is warranted. To obtain information about these test you may contact Ken Knight Water Treatment Plant Operator (701-225-9149) or Sandra Burwick SWA CFO/Office Administrator at 1-888-425-0241 or e- mail at swa@swwater.com. Unregulated contaminants are those for which the EPA has not established drinking water standards. The purpose of unregulated contami- nant monitoring is to assist the EPA in determining the occurrence of unregulated contaminants in drinking water and whether future regulation is warranted. Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that the water poses a health risk. More information about contami- nants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the Environmental Protection Agency's Safe Drinking Water Hotline (1-800- 426-4791). Some people may be more vulner- able to contaminants in drinking water than the general population. Immuno- compromised persons, such as, per- sons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune sys- tem disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from infections. These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by cryp- tosporidium and other microbiological contaminants are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (1-800- 426-4791). If present, elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women and young children. Lead in drinking water is primarily from materials and components associated with service lines and home plumbing. The City of Beach is responsible for providing high quality drinking water, but cannot control the variety of materials used 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 techni- calities, or to accept such as may be determined in the best interests of the state. our valued customers to be informed about their water utility. If you want to learn more, please attend any of our regularly scheduled meetings held on the first and third Monday of every month at 7:00 p.m. If you are aware of non-English speaking individuals who need help with the appropriate language translation of this report, please call Kimberly Nunberg, City Auditor at 872-4103. The city of Beach would appreci- ate it if large volume water customers would please post copies of the year's Annual Drinking Water Quality Report in conspicuous locations or distribute them to tenants, residents, patients, students, and/or employees, so individuals who consume the water, but do not receive a water bill, can learn about our water system. Beach routinely monitors for con- taminants in your drinking water according to Federal and State laws. The following table shows the results of our monitoring for the period of January 1st to December 31 st, 2011. As authorized and approved by EPA, the state has reduced monitor- ing requirements for certain contami- nants to less often than once per year because the concentrations of these contaminants are not expected to vary significantly from year to year. Some of our data (e.g., for organic or inorganic contaminants,), though rep- resentative is more than one year old. The sources of drinking water (both tap and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reser- voirs, springs and wells. As water travels over the surface of the land, or through the ground, it dissolves natu- rally-occurring minerals and, in some cases, radioactive material and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity. Contaminants That May Be Present in Source Water: Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock operations and wildlife. Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be natu- rally-occurring or result from urban stormwater, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil produc- tion, mining or farming. Pesticides and herbicides, which come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban stormwater runoff and residential uses. Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organ- ic chemicals, which are by-products of industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gas stations, urban stormwater runoff and septic systems. Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally-occurring or be the result of oil and gas production and mining activities. In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) prescribes MCLG MCL L¢I Deteion T. Oflpnde , : , I ClrbN 0rocj Itemld Alkalinity (ppm) N/A NIA I  139- I Wmer Tod (3qmi¢ N/A Tr 4.[ 3.20-4.57 Cerbee Total Oqpmi¢ N/A 11" 2,87 2.04-2.$7 Carbon Finished WM" (PP) CmNalllull Tudbidity ( I ) N/A 1"r=.3 0.15 N/A (NTU) Ceuml/maall Barium (ppm) 2 2 0.0143 N/A I 1.3 AL-1.3 ! 0.0541 NIA 9O* 4 4 1.21 N/A 0 AL=I$ ,0 N/A IOi IO O.15 N/A 0 50 1.12 NIA Cor (Pmn) ! Ruorlde (pn) Lad (p) Nimlle + Nilit¢ (mr.) Sckmium (p) Chlonunines (ppm) MRDLG MRDL 3.0 2,?77-3.2 =4 =4,0 Dldmk¢lkm ,- B)'-ipr=¢'t= Tolxl Haloaceti¢ 0 60 13 1,41 - Acid= (p) 24,15 Tol 0 80 9 7.02- Trih=lomethanes 10,31 (pe) IP.alM¢lf'e CmHcnblll Grou Alph 15 15 O,OI60 N/A including RL excluding An & U (pC) Rlium, Combined 0 $ 1.05 NIA (2261228) LI3 VII Uniom, Combhd 0 30 0.024 NIA (PI) regulations, which limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provid- ed by public water systems. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regu- lations establish limits for contami- nants in bottled water, which must provide the same protection for public health. In the following table you will find many terms and abbreviations you might not be familiar with. To help you better understand these terms we've provided the following definitions: EPA requires us to monitor for over 90 drinking water contaminants and those that were detected are list- ed in the table below. Test results are from 2009. North Dakota does allow reduced monitoring for certain con- taminants because their levels do not change significantly over time. For this reason, some of the test results are more than one year old. Definitions and abbreviations: Action Level or AL-The con- centration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements which a water system must follow. Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL- The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drink- ing water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the best available treatment technology. Maximum Contaminant Level Goal orMCLG - The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health• MCLGs allow for a margin of safety: Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level or MRDL- The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfec- tant is necessary for control of micro- bial contaminants. Maximum Residual Disinfectant LeveIGoal or MRDLG - The level of a drinking water disinfec- tant below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs do not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants,to control microbial con- taminants. • N/A- Not Applicable N/D - Not Detected NTU - Nephelometric Turbidity Unit Parts per billion or ppb - 1 ppb is equivalent to adding 1 pound of a contaminant to 999,999,999 pounds of Water (about 120,000,000 gallons): Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams per liter (mg/I) - one part per million corresponds to one minute in two years or a single penny in $10,000. • Picocuries per liter or.pCi/h A measure of radioactivity. • Treatment Technique or TT - A required process intended to reduce the level of a contaminant in drinking water. TEST RESULTS FOR BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA TABLE OF DETECTED REGULATED CONTAMINANTS Vlolmioett " 2011 2011 N/A Natural el'oio I| I¢livitil. ilXl certxin indusuml waste di=k.lF. N/A Nmumlly present in the owiromncn! 2011 NIA Nxtumllyplesentintheenvironmem 2011 2010 2011 2010 2011 2011 2010 2011 2011 2011 100% of Soil runoff lutbldlt limll No Di ofddllin 8 w; Dischxtl from metal refitr FJoskm of natmal dcpoit. No Coflu m" hovhold pumbing sys-rns; eroio of mmml depmits; k¢hin from wood Frsiv Elmiea of nxlunt I dep0ils; Wal=r additive whkh ptomote sta'Onl; teeth; Dischxq from f¢'rlilize =xl Mumimaa f=cto=. No Co'mim of hoeokl  sys'ml e0sloa of nalural dcpo=ie= No Runoff from f¢llillz=r ul¢; kachir fi'om =pti¢ s sewxF;  Of momd de[posi No Di=chu'l¢ fi'om  ==l mtll r¢fi-rk Etmi of Mtural  Dihxlge Erom mir,¢ No Water additive used to cerol mk'mb No By-phgl ofdxinking ,,valet" dlalnf¢ctin No By-pmdu¢l ofdrinkin 8 waler dlsiltf¢¢lioa. 2009 No Ermi of natural 0€posits. 2009 No Emsio of natural deposits. 2009 No Ermion of natural depose. TEST RESULTS FOR BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA TABLE OF DETECTED UNREGULATED CONTAMINANTS (2) I COm=Lmlmmtpnlt=) ] MCLG I MCL ] Lev J D==cti [Tt I Exceea==o [ Lilly=ouer.¢ofContamin=til Deect=l l&,=:  Viol=o? Allmlinil, NIA NIA 2 ND-2 2011 NIA Nltul erosion, phmt activili¢,  ¢min c () Bicalbeoat¢ u HCO N/A N/A 190 16J-190 (3) (ra) in plumbing components. Use water from the cold tap for drinking and cooking. When your water has been sitting several hours, you can mini- mize the potential for lead exposure by flushing your tap for 30 seconds to 2 minutes before using water for drinking or cooking. If you are con- cerned about lead in your drinking water, you may wish to have your water tested. Information on lead in drinking water, testing methods, and steps you can take to minimize expo- sure is available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline at- http://www.epa.gov/safewater/lead. We're proud that your drinking water meets or exceeds all Federal and State requirements. We have learned through our monitoring and testing that some contaminants have been industrial wmm= disduulu. 2011 N/A Natural erosion, plant m:tivilie, and c,¢tlaln indt.mrlal wa=¢ dihares. detected. The EPA has determined that your water IS SAFE at these lev- els. Thank you for allowing us to pro- vide your family with clean, quality water this year. In order to maintain a safe and dependable water supply we sometimes need to make improve- ments that will benefit all of our cus- tomers. These improvements some- times require rate structure adjust- ments. Please feel free to call our office if you have any questions regarding this report. We work dili- gently to provide top quality water to every tap. We ask that all our cus- tomers help us protect our water sources, which are the heart of our community, our way of life, and our children's future. (May 24) Requested by: Francis G. Ziegler, RE., Director North Dakota Department of Transportation (May 24) Please support your local merchants t