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Page 14 May 24, 2012 Belfield Public School REGULAR MEETING, BOARD OF EDUCATION, BELFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #13 MAY 10, 2012 ELEMENTARY LIBRARY The meeting was called to order by board president Ed Procive at 7:00 p.m Present: Ernie Buckman, Delbert Kadrmas, Anthony Krebs, Ed Procive, Annette Steffan, Supt. Remington, Elem. Prin. Lorge, Bus. Mgr. Berger and Mr. Baranko representing Billings County Schools. M/S Steffan/Krebs to approve the minutes ef the April 12, 2012, regular school board meeting. Motion car- ried unanimously. M/S Kadrmas/Buckman to approve the agenda with additions of resignation, graduation, and prom. Motion carried unanimously. Elem Prinicpal Lorge listed student activities and noted the elementary will have on-line registration next year. Bus. Mgr. Berger gave the board financial reports for April 2012. Supt. Remington noted contracts have been signed for the bus barn, new fence and siding and roofing on building and crowsnest by the football field. He discussed AYP, School Improvement Process, Measure Two. He presented the Music Award won at Regional competition, noted the school met requirements on their IDEA program. He asked the board for their input on Ipads and a motiva- tional speaker. It was the board's consensus to allow the administration te order Ipads and to pay $500 from the school district towards a motiva- tional speaker. Procive gave a repert on the RACTC meeting. Supt Remington reported on RESP meeting. Krebs reported on the sperts coop meeting. M/S Buckman/Steffan te approve payment of the bills. Motion carried unanimously. 27516 Billings County Pioneer202.22 Century Link 58.37 Century Link 257.24 Dept. Of Public Instruction 27517 27518 27519 62.60 27520 Fredrick, Michael 22.00 27521 Hutzenbiler, Kenneth 4,410.00 27522 JW Pepper & Son Inc. 156.00 27523 Schumacher, Tammy 3595.01 27524 Smolnikar, CArole 192.78 27525 Capital One 79.45 27526 Postmaster 13.50 27527 WaI-Mart Store # 1567 124.62 27528 Travel World 1685.00 27532 Activity Fund BHS 29.50 27533 Alternative Sanitation 265.00 27534 At&T 323.48 27535'Balchl Eric 71.55  27536 Belfield Automotive Supply 15.10 27537 Belfield Plubming & Htg.65.00 27538 Berglund, Tabitha 102.00 27539 Billings County Pioneer 55.82 27540 Bosch Lumber Co. 102.02 27541 Carlina Biolegyical Supply Co. 949.52 27542 Case Clay Creamery, Inc 912.19 27543 City of Belfield 309.0t 27544 Creative Energy 1032.01 27545 Dan's Supermarket 74.17 27546 Dickinson Tire Inc. 214.44 27547 Dollywood Foundation 105.17 27548 Dorval, Paulette 61.20 27549 Ecolab 120.00 27550 Edutech, A division of ITD 180.00 27551 ESP Computers & Software 150.00 27552 Fort Union Supply & Trading Co. 302.06 27553 Geiger, Alan 136.20 27554 Interstate Brands 275.78 27555 JP Steel & Supply 182.90 27.556 JW Pepper & Son Inc. 12.99 27557 Kevi#s Auto & Truck Repair 1812.35 27558 Krebs, Mitch 150.00 27559 Lorge, Louise 20.40 27560 Mac's Inc. 16.44 27561 McDowell, Kristy 528.00 27562 McDowell, Randy 63.55 27563 Menards 254.13 27564 Montana-Dakota Utilities 3238.17 27565 ND Council ef Educational Lead 180.00 27566 Newby's Ace Hardware258.94 27567 Odin 83.60 27568 Praxair 269.14 27569 Prestwick House 366.48 27570 Quill Corporation 740.14 27571 Remington, Darrel 367.20 27572 Runnings Supply Inc 169.29 27573 Smolnikar, Carole 144.30 27574 South Heart School District 5246.57 27575 St. Bernard's 25.00 27576 The Penwerthy Company 533.87 27577 Ukestad, Richard 1389.32 27578 US Foodservice Inc. 4195.37 27579 Vandersch, Ivan 500.00 27580 West .j,ver Student Services J" 3617.40 Student Activity 6618 Coca-Cola Bottling 435.96 6619 Coca-Cola Bottling 119.75 6620 Richardton-Taytor Schoo1180.00 6621 Pool, Colton 25.00 6622 Franklin, Jean 285.06 6623 Newton, Coutney 100.00 6624 WaI-Mart Store #1567 35.82 6625 Capital One 95.05 6626 Roler, Edward 105.00 6627 2nd Wind Exercise Equipment 16219.00 6628 Belfield Automotive Supply62.92 PERSONAL FINAN ;IAL PROBLEMS • *PAID $38,825 MUST HAVE S17,500" 6629 City of Belfield 125.00 6630 Coca-Cola Bottling 602.95 6631 Creative Energy 19.96 6632 Dan's Supermarket 21.08 6633 Dorval, Paulette 22.56 6634 Expressway Inn 1663.20 6635 Expressway Suites 857.45 6636 Family, Career, Community Lead 1627.00 6637 Fischer, Tyler 49.99 6638 Gerrells And Company 1867.10 6639 Jones, Sharon 10.00 6640 Logo Magic 764.50 6641 Nat FFA Organization 61.00 6642 ND FFA 1287.00 6643 Obrigewitch, Lacey 75.00 6644 Obrigewitch, Mara 75.00 6645 Pepsi Cola Bottling 79.08 6646 Radebaugh, Ruth 10.00 6647 Shoot-A-,Way 6001.00 6648 Sportdecats 354.93 6649 Steffan, Quinn 75.00 6650 Tooley, Rhonda 70.00 Lunch balances and payments were discussed. Supt. Remington will bring possible policy changes to the next meeting. Supt. Remington presented his recommendations for ancillary per- sonnel wage increases fer 2012-13. Procive abstained himself from dis- cussion and voting. M/S Steffan/Kadrmas to approve the superintendent's recommendation for wages for ancillary personnel. Motion carried unanimously with Procive abstaining. Supt. Remington presented a let- ter of resignation from head cook Karla Buckman. M/S Kadrmas/Krebs to approve Karla Buckman's resigna- tion. Motion carried unanimously• The position will be open for applica- tions. Graduation security was dis- cussed• Prom was discussed. The next meeting will be sched- uled fer Tuesday, June 12, 2012, 7:30 pm. Meeting adjourned at 8:15 p.m. Alice Berger, Business Manager Edward Procive, Board President (May 24) Golden Valley County Commission STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUN- TY OF GOLDEN VALLEY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS APRIL 3, 2012 9:00 A.M. Chairman Dave Quale called the meeting te order. Commissioners John Thompson and Harley Steffen were present along with States Attorney Charles J. Peterson. Commissioner Steffen made a motion to approve the March minutes and Commissioner Thompson sec- onded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. Discussion was held regarding the quarterly BLM Mineral payments. Commissioner Steffen made a motion to follow the existing formula for this disbursement, but put a $50,000.00 cap per quarterly disbursement to the school districts and cities, effective today, and Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. Leon Mallberg, representing Empower the Taxpayer, met with the Board to give them information regarding Measure 2 and voice his concerns about keeping the Measure 2 debates at a civil measure. The Board received a letter from the Dickinson Municipal Airport Authority requesting a county repre- sentative be appointed to serve on a "Citizen-Vis0ry, Committeeft. master plan project for a long term ' development plan for the airport. Commissioner Steffen made a motion te appoint Barry Schafer as the County's representative on the Citizen Advisory Committee and Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion. Motion carried unani- mously. The Beard was informed that the 2012 Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) payment came in at $1,828,330.06. The Board decided te disburse these funds the same as they have in the past with 7.5% going to the Beach School District, 3.00% going to Lone Tree School District and Sentinel Township, $500.00 to each of the 6 unorganized townships with Forest Service lands and the rest into the Road Reserve Fund: The Board received 2 bids for the advertised Sheriff's abandoned vehi- cles. Commissioner Thompson made a motion to accept the high bid from Bernie Nistler fer these vehicles and Commissioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. DES Director Brenda Frieze met with the Board to discuss the new base station and radio quotes. These all need to be updated to make them narrow band capable. Commissioner Thompson made a motion to pur- chase the analogue base station out of the General Capital Outlay Fund and the radios fer the road crew out of the Road Reserve Fund and Commissioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried. Brenda also discussed a grant that is available for programming these radios and also a State Radio Reverse 911 Service fer the 22 counties State Radio services for 911. The Board was interested in pursuing this service. Jobs Development Director Deb Walworth and Brad Thompson and Jim Leier from the Bank ef North Dakota met with the Board to discuss the Flex PACE affordable housing program for areas of North Dakota affected by oil & gas development. Various Department Heads met with the Board to discuss a Web Site for the County. Various issues dis- cussed were: a web site that is inter- active with links, that it is built big enough to grow when more is to be added to the site, putting maps, forms, permits, easements and other county information on the site. The County will advertise for proposals for this project. Zoning Director Henry Gerving and Ted Tescher met with the Board to discuss Tescher's Whiskey Springs Subdivision located in Section 23- 140-103. The Board reviewed the covenants for this subdivision. Commissioner Steffen made a motion to approve the preliminary plat tor the Whiskey Springs Subdivision, as per the Zoning Board's recommendation, with changes made to #14 of the sub- division convenants regarding the County Road Foreman's approval for approaches and culverts, and Commissioner Thompson Seconded the motion. Motion carried unani- mously. Gerving also briefly dis- cussed the County's updated Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Ordinances. Road Foreman Pete Wirtzfeld met with the Board to discuss various road projects and road department issues. Chairman Quale declared the meeting adjourned at 3:45 P.M. ATTEST: Cecilia Stedman, Auditor David Quale, Chairman, County Commissioners (May 24) Golden Valley County Commission STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUN- TY OF GOLDEN VALLEY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS APRIL 5, 2012 1:00 P.M. Chairman Dave Quale called the meeting to order. Commissioners Harley Steffen and John Thompson were present. The purpose of this special meeting was to open bids for road projects. Road Foreman Pete Wirtzfeld and Jon Brosz from Brosz Engineering were present for the bid opening en Project 11 -Bll 0 the Recycle and Armor Coat Project on Old Hwy 10 and the alternate bid of paving the road from Sentinel Butte te 1-94. Bids were opened and accepted for this project from Bituminous Paving, Inc., Asphalt Surface Tech Corp. and JEM Contracting, Inc./Schwichtenberg, and all three bid the base bid and alter- nate bid. Commissioner Steffen made a motion to table the bids until the engineer had time te review the bids and Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. Road Foreman Pete Wirtzfeld and Craig Kubas and Doug Fischer from Kadrmas, Lee and Jackson, Inc. were present for opening bids on the CP- 1713(11 )02 road project along with various contractors. Bids were received and accepted from Kern & Tabery, Griffin Construction, Selland Construction, Wilson Construction, Baranko Brothers, Ceres Environmental, Inc., Foothills Contracting, Inc. and Bemas Construction, Inc. Commissioner Thompson made a motion to table these bids until the engineers had a chance to review them and Commissioner Steffen seconded the motion. Engineer Jon Brosz met with the Board after reviewing the bids for the Recycle and Armor Coat Project. After some discussion, Commissioner Steffen made a motion to bring the bids back from the table and Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion. Motion carried unani- mously. Commissioner Steffen made a motion to award both the Base bid and Alternate bid for the Recycle and Armor Coat Project to the low bidder Bituminous Paving, Inc. and Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion. Motion carried unani- Board to present hCm with his :] revised salary schedule for the i Sheriff's Department for them to t review, i Commissioner Steffen made a motion to approve a Limited Fiber Optic Cable Easement between ! Golden Valley County and Reservation Telephone Cooperative along the following roads in Golden Valley County: Blacktail Road, Morgan Draw Road, Bell Lake Road, Dietz Draw Road, Gasho Lane, County Line Road and the Vinquist Road and Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion• Motion carried unanimously. The following vouchers were audit- ed and approved for the month of April. 64849 Blue Cross Blue Shield 9320•00 64850 GV Ag Imp. Disb. 1100.00 64851-64873 Social Service Disb. 11196.49 64874 Avtex Solutions 6500.00 64875 Midstate Communications 27.17 64876 3D Specialties 128.81 64877 Beach Food Center 5.56 64878 Boss Office Supply 350.94 64879 Dakota Dust Tex 15.90 64880 GV Soil Con. Diet 150.00 64881 NDSU Ext. 85.00 64882 Precious Memories 113.14 64883 SW Business Machines 341.14 64884 Access Printing 172.83 64885 Dacotah paper 81.96 64886 Electro Watchman 144.00 64887 ESP Computers 195.00 64888 GV Co. States Atty. 1654.17 64889 Henry Gerving 574.12 64890 Golden Valley News 867.24 64891 ITD 49.40 64892 AI Miller 57.00 64893 MARC 117.42 64894 ND Co. Treasurer's Assn. 50.00 64895 State Tax Commissioner 107.00 64896 Ceil Stedman 61.20 64897 Sirchie 91.87 64898 Spillman Technologies 150.00 64899 Synergy Graphics 119.84 64900 Superior Lamp Inc. 257.52 64901 Patty Thompson 61.20 64902 Cemfort Inn 207.00 64903 Hulsing & Associates 78892.15 64904 Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson 15595.76 64905 CRA Payment Center 35.80 94906 Colonial Research 155.21 64907 Industrial Towel 45.79 64908 John Deere Financial 102.01 64909 NAPA 166.48 64910 NW Tire 4609.94 64911 Rohan's Hardware 239.20 64912 Wallwork Truck Center 810.18 64913 ND Co. Recorders Assn. 100.00 64914-64943 Collections submitted 157660.40 64944 NDACo 214.13 64945 Weed Board Disb. 16.50 64946 ND State Treasurer 453.20 64947 Washington Ins. Ce. 33.96 64948 Reservation Telephone 40.00 64949 Midstate Communications 1052.35 64950 MDU 1359.31 64951 City ef Beach 259.65 64952-64955 Library Disb. 490.76 64956 Golden Valley County4781.95 64957 Golden Valley County6474.66 64958 Golden Valley County5788.00 64959 GV County Treasurer 647.00 64960 GV County Treasurer 4002.16 64961-64962 Golden Valley County 4829.96 64963 Wage Withholding Order 314.00 64964-64972 Cafeteria Plan Disb. 2627.12 64973-64976 PILT Disb. 1828330.06 64977 Cenex Fleetcard 1763.30 64978 Weed Bd Disb. 28.20 64979 24/7 Disb. 63.00 64980 Weed Bd Disb. 16.65 64981 Aflac 390.94 64982 AT & T 37.12 Debit Card Intuit Payroll 418.70 12931-12987 GV County employees 70357.53 Attest: /el Cecilia Stedman, Auditor /s/David L. Quale, Chairman, County Commissioners Commissioner Steffen made a motion to adjourn at 2:45 P.M. and Chairman Quale seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. (May 24) Billings County School District BILLINGS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT # 1 Minutes of Regular Meeting May 9, 2012 The regular meeting of the Billings County School Board was called to order at 5:40 PM MT, Wednesday, May 9, 2012, at the DeMores School with members Darren Baranko, Stacey Kessel, -I-ina Downing, and Paige Bur[fifin-cTPrihciparS6eh(en- present. Also present for all or por- tiqns of the meeting were JordAnne Huffman, Jessie Berger, Erika Honeyman, Rita Denning, Todd Haggerty, and Todd Corneil. Kessel moved, Burian seconded, to approve the consent agenda, which included the minutes of the April 11 and 27 meetings, the attached check list, and the addition of two items to the agenda. The motion carried unanimously. 14672 ACE HARDWARE $898.41 14673 ALTERNATIVE SAN 240 14674ARLINDAO'BRIEN 5,557.58 14675AVI SYSTEMS INC 5,178.53 14676 BEACH POST GRADUATION PARTY 100 14677 BELFIELD AUTO 7.81 14678 BELFIELD PLUMBING & HEATING 69.1 14679 BLUE CROSS 1,173.92 14680 BOOTH DELIVERY 69.38 14681 BORDER STATES 1,001.95 14682 BOSCH LUMBER 152•96 14683 BRAUN DISTRIBUT 147.9 14684 CASS CLAY CREAM 369.87 14685 CDW GOVERNMENT 41.49 14686 CENEX 222.62 14687 CENTURY LINK 562.98 14688 CITY OF MEDORA 249.96 14689 CREATIVE ENERGY 385.63 14690 DACOTAH PAPER 39.79 14691 DAN'S 62.12 14692 DARLENE MITCHEL 826.25 14693 DEANS FOODS INC 402.75 14694 DENISE SOEHREN 286.43 14695 DICKINSON PUBLI 8,400.69 14696 DONNA BARNETT 2,979.33 14697 DOUBLEWOOD INN 85 14698 EDUCATION RESEARCH NEWSLETTER 204.5 14699 EDUTECH 180 14700 ELECTRO WATCH 40.93 14701 ERIKA HONEYMAN 216.84 14702 GARY MEDUNA 4,422.82 QUICK SALE A MUSTH! 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Principal Soehren requested that the June, July, and August meeting dates be changed due tea conflict she has en Wednesdays. The meet- ings were rescheduled fer Tuesday, June 12, Tuesday, July17, and Tuesday, August 7. Burian moved, Kessel seconded, to approve the negotiated agreement between the teachers and district for the 2012-13 and 2013-14 school years. The motion carried unani- mously. After discussion of interviews for the teaching position openings, Kessel moved, Downing seconded, to authorize the interview cemmittee to make the decisions on which candi- dates should be offered positions after all the interviews are completed. The motion carried unanimously. Major items to be included in next year's budget were discussed. Technology Coordinator Todd Haggerty and Principal Soehren pre- sented the estimated costs for upgrading the wireless networks at both schools, as well as the cost te purchase iPads for use by all stu- dents in grades 3-8. The Board requested further details before approving this item. Salaries for non-teaching staff for the coming year were discussed. The bOffl  rilfXtgP'ptehl IHfoTt1- tion from the cooks on duties that have been added to their jobs. After discussion Burian moved to give hourly staff an increase of $2.00 per hour. Kessel seconded the motion, and it carried unanimously. Kessel moved, Burian seconded, to give the business manager and principal 7% increases. The motion carried unani- mously. Rita Denning presented a proposal to purchase some band instruments to have available for students to rent. This item was tabled for further infor- mation. It was decided to get proposals on other options for replacing the com- mercial water heater at Prairie. The business manager reported she had contacted the Dept. of Public Instruction in regard to what is required if the District wants to pur- chase housing for staff. If the total cost will be over $100,000, they will need to be bid. The District would also have to make application to the Dept. of Public Instruction, however, if they are pre-built units, it would not be necessary to contract with an architect. After discussion, it was decided to advertise for bids to fur- nish pre-built housing units for staff housing, and submit the application to DPI. The business manager is to con- tact the Emergency Services Director to find out how many bus radios, if any, need to be upgraded to meet new requirements. Staff position needs fer the coming year were discussed, which included a full time para for Medera, a three day/week preschool aide for Prairie, and an assistant for the business manager. A special meeting was scheduled for 5:30 PM, Tuesday, May 29, for the purpose ef acting on bus routes for the coming year, open enrollment and tuition waiver applications, and bids for housing units. Kessel moved, Downing second- ed, to approve the second reading and adoption of the following new and amended policies: AAB, AAC-BR, ABAB, ACAB, ACBB, BAA, BBA, DBAC, DCB, DDCA, DDEA, DEAD, DEBA, DFC, DHBA, DI, DKA, FAAB, FACA, FACB, FDB, FDE, FFA, FFG, FFI, FFK, FFK-BR, FGA, FGBB, FGCA, FGCB, GABC, GDB, HCAA, HEBD, IDB, JAA, KACA, KBA, KBA- BR2, LBB, AACA, FCAC, FF, FFB, ABBDA, ABBE, BAB, BC, BCAB-BR, DEBF, FCAF, FGA-BR, GAAB, GCAA, IEAA, and KAB. The motion. carried unanimously. Baranko moved, Burian seconded, to approve the audit agreement with James Wesepka. The motion carried unanimously. Burian moved to approve imple- mentation of a flexible benefits plan for the staff through Horace Mann. Kessel seconded the motion and it carried unanimously. Baranko will be the Board's repre- sentative to Belfield's June meeting• The meeting was adjourned at 9:08 PM. 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