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Page 4 October 14, 2010 Notice SALE OF OIL & GAS LEASES The Board of University and School Lands will conduct an oil and gas lease auction on Tuesday, November 2, 2010, at 9:00 AM, CT in the House Chambers at the ND State Capitol, Bismarck, ND. For a list of tracts being offered, visit www.land.nd.gov, or call (701) 328-2800 or write to the State Land Dept., Box 5523, Bismarck, ND 58506-5523. Anyone needing auxil- iary aids and services, call Judy at (701) 328-1920 by 10/26/10. 9/27/10 /s/Lance D. Gaebe State Land Commissioner (October 7 and 14) Notice ANALYSIS OF THE STATEWIDE MEASURES APPEARING ON THE GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT NOVEMBER 2, 2010 The following analyses are for the two measures appearing on the statewide General Election ballot on November 2, 2010. This publication is required by section t6.1-01-07 of the North Dakota Century Code to enable voters to become familiar with the effect of proposed measures. The full text of each measure is available on the Secretary of State's website at www.nd.gov/sos or by requesting a copy from the Elections Division, Secretary of State's office at (800) 352-0867, ext. 8-4146, or from the office of any County Auditor. In addition, as required by section 16.1-01-17 of the North Dakota Century Code, a copy of the Legislative Council's report on the esti- mated fiscal impact of Measure No. 2 is available on the Secretary of State's website at www.nd.gov/sos, by calling (800) 352-0867, ext. 8-4146, or by writing to Secretary of State, 600 E Boulevard Avenue Dept 108, Bismarck ND 58505-0500. Analysis of Constitutional Measure No, 1 Constitutional Measure No. 1 was placed on the ballot by action of the 2009 North Dakota Legislative Assembly with the passage of House Concurrent Resolution No. 3054 (2009 Session Laws, Ch. 641). If approved, it would add a new section to article X of the North Dakota Constitution. The full text of the measure is as follows: "SECTION 1. A new section to arti- cle X of the Constitution of North Dakota is created and enacted as fol- lows: 1. Thirty percent of total revenue derived from taxes on oil and gas pro- duction or extraction must be trans- ferred by the state treasurer to a spe- cial fund in the state treasury known as the legacy fund. The legislative assembly may transfer funds from any source into the legacy fund and such transfers become part of the principal of the legacy fund. 2. The principal and earnings of the legacy fund may not be expended until after June 30, 2017, and an expenditure of principal after that date requires a vote of at least two-thirds of- the members elected to each house of the legislative assembly. Not more than fifteen percent of the principal of the legacy fund may be expended dur- ing a biennium. 3. Statutory progPams, in existence as a result of legislation enacted through 2009, providing for impact grants, direct revenue allocations to political subdivisions, and deposits in the oil and gas research fund must remain in effect but the legislative assembly may adjust statutory alloca- tions for those purposes. The state investment board shall invest the principal of the North Dakota legacy fund. The state treasurer shall transfer earnings of the North Dakota legacy fund accruing after June 30, 2017, to the state general fund at the end of each biennium. SECTION 2. EFFECTIVE DATE. If approved by the voters, this meas- ure becomes effective for oil and gas produced after June 30, 2011." Voting "YES" means you approve the measure as stated above. Voting "NO" means you reject the measure as stated above. Analysis of Initiated Statutory Measure No. 2 Statutory Measure No. 2 was placed on the ballot by petitions circu- lated by a sponsoring committee. If approved, it would add a new section to chapter 36-01 of the North Dakota Century Code. The full text of the measure is as follows: "SECTION 1. A new section to chapter 36-01 of the North Dakota Century Code is created and enacted as follows: Fee killing of certain captive game animals prohibited - Penalty - Exception. A person is guilty of a class A misdemeanor if the person obtains fees or other remuneration from anoth- er person for the killing or attempted killing of privately-owned big game species or exotic mammals confined in or released from any man-made enclosure designed to prevent escape. This section does not apply to the actions of a government employee or agent to control an animal popula- tion, to prevent or control diseases, or when government action is otherwise required or authorized by law. SECTION 2. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Act becomes effective on November 1, 2012." Voting "YES" means you approve the measure as stated above. Voting "NO" means you reject the measure as stated above. (October 7 and 14) Meeting notice AMENDED ZONING BOARD AGENDA AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Time: 2:00 PM Date: Thursday, October 14th, 2010 Place: Billings County Commissioners Rm, Billings County Courthouse, Medora ND Purpose: Billings County Rural Fire Department Addition to the existing Firehall in Fryburg 9-139-100 Purpose: Lyle Burchill Addition to an Existing Structure 17.58 Acre Tract in the SEl/4 6- 139-102 Purpose: Public Hearing Joe & Sue Finneman They are requesting a variance to the five acre minimum buildable tot ordinance for no more than 8 lots with- in a residential subdivision in 28-139- 102. Each lot receiving the variance would be at least 40,000 sq. ft. in size. Purpose: New Business Purpose: Old Business Dated at Medora this 1st Day of October 2010 by order of the Billings County Commission. Joan Jurgens Billings County Auditor/Treasurer (October 7 and 14) Summons STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA IN DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF GOLDEN VALLEY SOUTHWEST JUDICIAL DISTRICT Daniel Farstveet, Plaintiff, -vs- Community Ambulance Service, Inc.; Golden Valley County Clinic Association; and all other persons unknown claiming any estate or inter- est in, or lien or encumbrance upon, the property described in the Complaint, Defendants. Case No. 10-C-051 SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF NO PERSONAL CLAIM THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFEN- DANTS: You are hereby summoned to answer the Complaint in this action, which is filed in the Office of the Clerk of the District Court in and for Golden Valley County, North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your Answer or other proper response upon the under- signed, within twenty (20) days after the service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service, and in case of your failure to answer, Judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief prayed for in the Complaint. Dated this 27 day of September, 2010. Ebeltoft. Sickler. Kolling. Grosz. Bouray. PLLC Lawyers for the Plaintiff P.O. Box 1598 46 West Second Street Dickinson, ND 58601 701.225. LAWS (5297) 701.225.9650 fax By:Nathan M. Bouray, Lawyer #06311 NOTICE TO.,THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFEN- DANTS: PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the above-entitled action is brought to quiet title in the Plaintiff to that certain real estate situated within the County of Golden Valley and State of North Dakota, described as follows, to-wit: Tract "A" A tract of land lying in the SEl/4 of Section 26, Township 140 North, Range 106 West of the 5th P.M., Golden Valley County, North Dakota, further described as being a portion of Block 4 of the "Feldmann's First Addition to the City of Beach, North Dakota, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the northeast corner of Block 4 of said Feldmann's First Addition said point further described as being 51.0 feet West of the Northwest corner of Block 1 of said Feldmann's First Addition; thence on an assumed bearing of due South a distance of 137.05 feet; thence on a bearing of North 8943'34" West a dis- tance of 85.31 feet to an iron pin set in concrete joint; thence on a bearing of North 2956'37" West a distance of 76.85 feet to an iron pin set in concrete joint; thence on a bearing of North 018'56" East a distance of 70.94 feet to a P.K. nail set in concrete joint; thence on a bearing of South 8935'30" East a distance of 123.28 feet to the point of beginning. Said tract "A" contains 0.36 Acres, according to the above description." Tract "B" Also, a tract of land lying in the SEl/4 of Section 26, Township 140 North, Range 106 West of the 5th P.M., Golden Valley County, North Dakota, further described as being a portion of Block 5 of the "Feldmann's First Addition" to the City of Beach, North Dakota, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Northeast corner of Block 5 of said Feldmann's First Addition (iron pin found), said point fur- ther described as being 18.0 feet West of the Northwest corner of Block 1 of said Feldmann's First Addition; thence on an assumed bearing of due South a distance of 136.97 feet to an iron pin set; thence on a bearing of North 89043'34" West a distance of 33.0 feet; thence on a bearing of due North a distance of 137.05 feet to the Northwest corner of said Block 5; thence on a bearing of South 8935'30" East a distance of 33.0 feet to the point of beginning. Said Tract "B" contains 0.10 Acres, according to the above description. Tract "A" and Tract "B" total Acreage equals 0.46 Acres. The legal description was obtained from a previously recorded instrument, recorded as Document No. 76195. Dated this 27 day of September, 2010. Ebeltoff. Sickler. Kolling. Grosz. Bouray. PLLC Lawyers for the Plaintiff P.O. Box i598 46 West Second Street Dickinson, ND 58601 701.225. LAWS (5297) 701.225.9650 fax By:Nathan M. Bouray, Lawyer #06311 (October 7, 14 and 21) Billings County Commission BILLINGS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS REGULAR MEETING - SEPTEMBER 7, 2010 The meeting was called to order at 9:00 A.M. with Commissioners Kasian and Thompson in attendance. Commissioner Arthaud was absent. Kasian moved to approve the min- utes from the August 3, 2010 regular meeting. Thompson seconded Others present during portions of the meeting were: Dean Rodne; Medora Stevenson; Bruce Chappell; Doug Pickle; Jay Brovold; Dave Jurgens; Pat Rummel; Medora Stevenson; Craig Kubas The board reviewed the contract between the county and CW engineer- ing for Fryburg firehall addition. Chris Wentz, with CW engineering was reached on speaker phone to join the review and answer questions. Kasian moved to approve the contract. Thompson seconded. Dean Rodne met with the board concerning the lagoon in Fryburg. The school owns the lagoon, but the access lines lie close to the streets. Since Fryburg is unincorporated, all streets and right-of-ways are dedicat- ed to Billings County. He informed the board that the school district is still try- ing to sell the school building in Fryburg and they are getting a new appraisal. The school board is inquir- ing whether the county wants to assume ownership and maintenance of the lagoon. At this point, Dean indi- cated that the school board didn't think anyone outside of the school is cur- rently hooked up to that sewer system. Kasian moved to turn down the offer. Thompson seconded. Medora Stevenson with Bowman County Extension Office requested that Billings County consider helping with the funding for year around weather radar from the Bowman Airport. It is currently used only four months out of the year. Thompson moved to budget $2,500 annually for this purpose. Kasian seconded. Discussion arose concerning the amount the county charges for gravel and scoria. Currently the price is set at $3.50 per yard and $75.00 per hour trucking. Recent crushing costs alone have been $3.95 and $4.19 per yard, which doesn include royalty payment. Kasian moved to increase the price per yard to $4.50. Thompson second- ed. Auditor Jurgens requested authori- zation to initiate the following 2010 budgeted transfers: From Operating and Maintenance Reserve to County Weed Board - $90,0oo From Unorganized Township Road to Road and Bridge - $240,000 From BLM Minerals to Road and Bridge - $900,000 From Highway Distribution to Road and Bridge - $135,000 From PILl" to Road and Bridge - $72,000 Thompson moved to approve and authorize the fund transfers. Kasian seconded. All vote aye. The Zoning Board approved the fol- lowing requests at their September 2, 2010 meeting: Billings County Rural Fire Department - Adding a 100' tower to SW corner of existing firehall in Fryburg Ben Procive - Placing a single wide mobile home and garage on lots 7-10, block 3 of the original Fryburg town site. Bddger Pipeline LLC - Rezone 15 acres from agricultural to industrial and construct a crude oil storage tank in NEll4 16-141-98 John Wurver - Variance to have an additional RV on site during repair of the mobile home. Kasian moved to uphold the zoning board recommendations and approve the requests. Thompson seconded. The board received and approved the following permits: Construction in County Right-of- Way Permit: Midstate Telephone - Section 8, Township 139, Range 100 Roughrider Electric Cooperative, Inc. Section 6, Township 139, Range 102 Ben Procive - Section 9, Township 139, Range 100 (Fryburg) Continental Resources, Inc- Section 21, Township 144, Range 99 Pipeline Permits: Bridger Pipeline LLC - Starting from NWI/4 of Section 15, T141, R98 and continue in Sections 10, 11, 12 & 1 T141, R98 until it is into Dunn County. The bid opening for the riverbank stabilization project in section 8-144- 102 was held at the NRCS office in Bismarck and the lowest bidder was Schwartz Construction at $355,035.60. NRCS funds all but the 25% that is the county or landowner responsibility. Kasian moved to accept the Schwartz Construction bid. Thompson seconded. Craig Kubas with Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson met with the board for the monthly engineer's report. The board recessed from 12 noon to 1:00 PM. Jim Wosepka CPA presented the board with the independent audit report for 2009. Kasian moved to approve the 2009 audit report. Thompson seconded. All voted aye. The board reviewed the budget requests that came in since the last meeting and approved the preliminary budget for publication. The final budg- et hearing will take place at the October meeting. The board approved the revenue vouchers for the month of August: Zoning Inspector $450.00 applications and permits; County Recorder $6,116.75 July collections; Clerk of Court $273.75 county fees and $5,605.00 state fees; Sheriff $97.50 civil fees and $103.62 grant reim- bursement Revenues for materials and/or services rendered in August: Steve Hartman $470.40 scoria; Blue Cross/ Blue Shield $963.91 ambulance serv- ices; ND Dept. of Health $3,352.22 ambulance staffing grant; ND Fire and Tornado $2,711.29 radio tower loss; TRMF $25.00 cash bar permit; City of Medora $250.00 election costs; Workforce Safety $1,132.54 ambu- lance services; Jim Hanson $16.13 map; RES Specialty Pyrotchnics $4.00 fireworks permit; Allan Thompson $347.70 scoria & trucking; Cody Reis $122.25 scoria & trucking Revenues for the month of August: Highway Tax Distribution $8,761.02; Oil & Gas Production Tax $123,296.99; Permits $$4,590.00; Royalties $50,783.16; Interest $16,864.08; The following claims were approved for payment: Alternative Sanitation Garbage Removal 98130 141.00 American Insurance Center Courthouse - Boiler Insurance 98131 994.00 American Welding & Gas Welding Supplies 98132 18.59 Ameripride Linen Service Mat Rental 98133 152.05 Atlas Windshield Repair Windshield Repairs 98134 240.00 Badlands Diesel Service, Inc. Parts & Repairs 98135 151.50 Balco Uniform Co., Inc. S. O.- Uniforms 98136 32.00 Billings County Rural Fire District Taxes 98137 140.98 Billings County Pioneer Publishing 98138 832.65 Billings County School District Weed - Shop Rent 98139 300.00 Billings County School District Taxes 98140 66,889.77 Billings County Sheriff D.EM. - Training Expenses 98141 66.67 Beall Corporation Parts & Supplies 98142 73.98 Belfield Automotive Supply, Inc. Parts & Supplies 98143 1,553.43 Best Energy Propane 98144 2,592.00 Blue Cross Blue Shield of N.D. Dental & Vision Premiums 98145 2,196.50 Bogner Appliance D.E.M - Equipment 98146 330.00 Bosch Lumber Co. Shop Supplies 98147 34.76 Bound Tree Medical, LLC Ambulance - Medical Equipment 98148 2,186.50 Cass County Treasurer Document Preservation Fund 98149 305.00 Cerkoney, Cathy Zoning Meeting - Mileage 98150 70.00 Chad's Automotive Clinic Ambulance, Parts & Repairs 98151 232.96 Comfort Inn - Bismarck Auditor - Travel Expense 98152 6t .00 Computer Software Assoc. Recorder - Computers 98153 5,420.00 Consolidated Telcom Internet Services 98154 . 242.45 Creative Energy Diesel Fuel & Shop Supplies 98155 3,878.40 Dakota Ag Seeds, Inc. Weed Chemical 98156 6,170.97 Dakota Farm Equipment, Inc. Parts & Supplies 98157 141.75 Dakota Rubber Stamp Auditor - Notary Stamp 98158 63.60 Dakota Water Treatment Water System 98159 25.00 Dan's Interstate Conoco S. O. - Gas 98160 506.06 Denny's Electric Generator Hook Up 98161 1,132.21 Dickinson Public LibraP/ Library Service 98162 4,849.83 Doublewood Inn - Fargo S. O. - Travel Expense 98163 567.00 DTE, Inc. Parts & Repairs 98164 751.82 Electronic Communications Radio Equipment & Service 98165 2,813.00 Environmental Dust Control Stabilock Dust Control 98166 9,912.00 Expressway Suites - Bismarck Ambulance - Travel Expense 98167 63.00 Farmers Union Oil Co. Propane 98168 - 391.13 Fisher Industries Concrete Rock 98169 447.25 Fisher IndusfripS Gravel Crushing ,98170 * 294,471.19 Four Corners ('afe D.E,M. - Training Expense 98171  ' 150.00 Four Season Trophies Name Plaques 98172 92.37 Frontier Precision Parts & Supplies 98173 139.75 Fujitsu Computer Products Recorder - Scanner Contract 98174 1,195.00 General Steel & Supply Co. Generator Hook Up 98175 147.91 George's Tire North Tire Repair 98176 18.00 George's Tire, Ltd. Tires & Repair 98177 1,016.00 Golden Valley County Social Service 98178 4,912.10 Hartman, Connie M. Auditor - PersLink Training 98179 176.00 Johnston Fargo Culvert, Inc. Culverts 98180 17,915.70 J P Steel & Supply, Inc. Iron Supplies 98181 7,985.25 Jurgens, Dave S. O. - Travel Expense 98182 45.00 Jurgens, Joan Auditor - Travel Expense 98183 62.00 Just-In Glass Windshield Installation 98184 494.74 Kasian, Connie Zoning Meeting - Mileage 98185 65.00 Kasian, Michael E. Commissioner- Mileage 98186 225.50 Kastrow, Jason S. O. - Travel Expense 98187 45.00 Kessel, Anita Zoning Meeting Mileage 98188 75.00 Kessel Feeds Shop Supplies 98189 21.05 Krush, Paul Zoning Meeting - Mileage 98190 77.00 LaDuke, Joe Zoning Meeting -Mileage 98191 49.00 Mid-American Research Chemical Courthouse - Maintenance Supplies 98192 75.90 Martin Construction Gas Plant Road 98193 1,221,065.31 Matthew Bender & Co., Inc. Century Code Updates 98194 399.03 Medora Convenience D.EM. - Fire Food 98195 84.30 Metro-Billing Services Ambulance - Assist 98196 30.00 Midstate Telephone Company 911 Changes 98197 6.00 Midstate Telephone Company Courthouse - Telephone Service 98198 972.25 Midstate Communications Supt. of Schools - Telephone 98199 39.05 Midwest Doors, Inc. Overhead Repairs 98200 425.00 Mobile Binders Recorder - Docket Binders 98201 353.04 Missouri Valley Petroleum, Inc. Gas, Oil, & Diesel 98202 21,619.93 N.A.C.R.C. Recorder - Membership Dues 98203 55.00 N.D. Association of Counties Taxes 98204 108.98 N.D. Cowboy Hall of Fame Meeting Room Maintenance 98205 200.00 N'.D. Emergency Mgmt. Assoc. Conference Fees 98206 100.00 N.D. State Treasurer Clerk of Court Fees 98207 5,620.39 Nelson International Parts & Repairs 98208 4,877.86 Newby's Ace Hardware Ambulance & Maintenance Supplies 98209 294.31 Newman Signs Road Signs 98210 1,242.20 Northwest Tire, Inc. Alignments 98211 448.53 O'Brien Welding Machine Work 98212 359.64 O'Day Equipment, Inc. Parts & Supplies 98213 99.51 Obrigewitch, Cliff 2010/11 Gravel Lease 98214 500.00 Off Road Software, Inc. G.i.S. Software 98215 1,400.00 One Stop Rental Equipment Rental Fees 98216 194.00 Onsite Improvements, Inc. S. Ash Coulee Road Project 98217 31,930.74 Outback Lumber Co. Parts & Supplies 98218 88.32 Prairie West Development Registration Fees 98219 200.00 Praxair Shop Supplies 98220 99.10 Probuild Courthouse - Maintenance Supplies 98221 20.12 Ray's Auto Electric, Inc. Parts & Repairs 98222 298.27 RDO Equipment Co. Parts & Supplies 98223 735.04 Red Trail Campground Ambulance - Paramedic Housing 98224 174.00 Respond Systems ' Courthouse - Maintenance Supplies 98225 82.47 Rockmount Research. &Altoys Shop Supplies 98226. 896.73 Roosevelt Custer Regional Council Zoning - Updates 98227 1,843.50 Roughrider Electric Cooperative Electricity 98228 2,358.00 Rummel, Patrick D.EM. & S. O. - Travel Expense 98229 172.50 Runnings Farm & Fleet, Inc. Parts & Supplies 98230 674.37 Safelite Fulfillment, Inc. Parts & Repairs 98231 274.95 Southwest Business Machines Office Supplies 98232 563.16 Schmidt Repair, Inc. Parts & Supplies 98233 1,009.07 Share Corporation Courthouse - Maintenance Supplies 98234 169.28 Snyder Repair & Service Weed - Parts & Repairs 98235 1,036.50 St. Joseph's Hospital Ambulance - Medical Supplies 98236 7.32 Steffan Saw & Bike Shop Supplies 98237 26.93 Stein's, Inc. Courthouse - Maintenance Supplies 98238 161.80 Superior Coating & Designs Courthouse - Vortex Basement 98239 3,725.00 Superpumper, Inc. S. O. - Gas 98240 181.30 Southwestern District Health Unit Taxes 98241 54.02 Southwest Multi-Co. Correction Ctr. Prisoner Care 98242 2,160.00 Southwest Water Authority Taxes 98243 15.39 Southwest Water Authority Water Usage 98244 1,130.66 Swanston Equipment Corp. Parts & Supplies 98245 110.50 Swanston Equipment Corp. Durapatcher- Rental 98246 4,900.00 Swanston Equipment Corp. 2010 Duraco Durapatcher 98247 46,500.00 Thompson, Allan T. Commissioner - Mileage 98248 160.00 Tom's Heating Service Generator Hook Up 98249 995.00 Tom's Service Center Gas, Service, & Tires 98250 1,454.20 Ultramax S. O. - Supplies 98251 639.00 Unlimited Office Products, Inc. Auditor - Checks & Envelopes 98252 553.41 Vanguard Appraisals, Inc. Tax Director- Software 98253 5,600.00 Verizon Wireless Cellular Service 98254 189.11 WaI-Mart Courthouse - Supplies 98255 101.12 Western Fire & Safety Safety Supplies 98256 388.20 Westlie Truck Center Parts & Supplies 98257 298.17 Wosepka, James J., C.P.A. 2009 Fiscal Year Audit 98258 7,614.50 N.D.P.E.R.S. Health Premium 98259 29,375.81 Alttel Cellular Service 98313 409.88 American Family Life Assurance Premium 98314 666.63 Discovery Benefits, Inc. Administrative Fees 98315 89.25 Discovery Benefits, Inc. Premium 98316 2,329.67 Information Technology Dept. S.C. - T-1 Line 98317 437.80 Medora, City of. Courthouse - Utilities 98318 285.91 N.D.P.E.R.S. Deferred Comp. Premium 98319 5,599.00 N.D.P.E.R.S Retirement 98320 11,477.69 Prudential Deferred Comp. Premium 98321 50.00 Qwest Telephone Service 8322 319.46 Reservation Telephone Cooperative Telephone Service 98323 52.76 Visa Grassland Maps 98324 340.00 Payroll in the following amounts were approved for August: General $64,604.59; Road and Bridge $71,239.01 ; Weed $27,885.58 With there being no further busi- ness, Thompson moved to adjourn the meeting 2:40 P.M. Kasian seconded. James Arthaud, Chairman Attest: Joan Jurgens, Auditor/Treasurer (October 14) Notice A public test will be held on Wednesday, October 20, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. for the Mt00 election scan- ner that will be used for the General Election. The test will be held in the County Auditor's Office at the Golden Valley County Courthouse in Beach. (October 14) Notice Notice of Lapse of Mineral Interest Please take notice, that Mary Cram Diehl, Delbert D. Cram, and Anita Cram Peterson appear as record own- ers of minerals in and under the follow- ing lands in Golden Valley County, North Dakota, to-wit: Township 142N, Range 104W Section: 28: SE IA That the names and addresses of the mineral owners and the book and page in the office of the Register of Deeds of Golden Valley County, in which their interests are created, are as follows: Mary Cram Diehl, Deceased, Minneapolis, MN, Book 20, page 230, Doc. No. 44359; Delbert D. Cram, Deceased, Pacific Grove, CA, Book 20, page 230, Doc. No. 44359; Anita Cram Peterson, Deceased, New Brunswick, N J, Book 20, page 230, Doc. No. 44359 That the mineral interests of the above named owners has been unused for a period of more than 20 years, and if a "Statement of Claim" relative to said minerals is not filed for record by said owners in the Office of the Register of Deeds of Golden Valley COdnty, Wffhin 60 days of the first pub- lication of this notice, then their miner- al interests shall, by operation of law, be deemed abandoned and extin- guished and shall thereupon vest in the undersigned owner of the surface estate. That this notice is given by the sur- face owner of the above-described lands pursuant to Chapter 38-18.1-02, North Dakota Century Code. Dated this 29th day of Sept, 2010. Viola Cram William J. Delmore (State Bar ID No. 03212) Kelsch Kelsch Ruff & Kranda 103 Collins Avenue Pc Box 1266 Mandan, ND 58554-7266 Telephone: 701-663-9818 Fax: 701-663-9810 (October 14) Golden Valley County Commission GOLDEN VALLEY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS SEPTEMBER 15, 2010 9:00 A.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 review the proposed 2011 budgets. Christy Strobbe from the Soil Conservation District met with the Board to discuss the Commercial Rental Lease agreement between Golden Valley County and the GV Soil Conservation District for the County Agent's Office. A couple adjustments were discussed and Christy will pres- ent them to the Soil Conservation Board and send the lease back to the County to be signed. The Auditor introduced her new part-time deputy Brenda Frieze to the Board. Brenda was also hired as the new DES Manager for the County. Road Foreman Pete Wirtzfeld met with the Board to discuss his proposed 2011 road department budgets. Tax Director and 911 Coordinator Stacey Heckaman met with the Board to discuss her proposed 2011 911 budget and a reverse 911 program called City Watch. Stacey also dis- cussed her proposed 2011 Tax Director budget and her wages with the Board. Sheriff Scott Steele met with the Board to discuss his proposed 2011 Sheriff budget, air cards for the vehi- cles and the drug task force. Veteran's Service Officer Henry Gerving met with the Board to discuss his proposed 2011 Veteran's budget, new state software and that he is attending the VSO Conference in Fargo next week. The Board made further adjust- ments on the budgets and will hold a public hearing on the proposed 2011 budgets at 10:00 A.M. October 5, 2010. Chairman Qu,le declared the meeting adjourned at 2:15 P.M. (October 14)