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October 14, 2010 Page 5 Golden Valley County Commission OLDEN VALLEY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS SEPTEMBER 9, 2010 9:00 A.M. Chairman Dave Quale called the meeting to order. Commissioners John Thompson and Harley Steffen were present. Commissioner Thompson made a motion to approve the August minutes and Commissioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried unani- mously. Sheriff Steele met with the Board to discuss the deputy positions that are open in his department, the City/County Law Enforcement Contract and various other department issues. Commissioner Thompson made a motion to amend the County Park 2009 Budget by $2750, due to the excess funds that were d sbursed and not budgeted plus Homestead Credit Abatements, and to amend the County Poor Budget by $100 and the County Rec Budget by $25 due to Homestead Credit Abatements and Commissioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. Commissioner Steffen made a motion to approve of the Gravel Mining Lease between Golden Valley County and the Johnson Mineral Trust located in the SE1/4SE1/4 of Section 8-136- 104 .and Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. Commissioner Steffen made a motion to have the Chairman sign a Radar Service Contract between Golden Valley County and the ND Atmospheric Resource Board, for local weather radar data for the County and Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion. Motion carried unani- mously. The Auditor presented a letter of resignation from Carrie Law as the County's DES Manager and Deputy Auditor/Treasurer. Commissioner Thompson made a motion to accept Law's resignation and Commissioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. Commissioner Thompson made a motion to have James J. Wosepka, PC conduct the County's 2010 audit report and Commissioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried unani- mously. The Board received a letter from the Forest Service regarding the pro- posed seismic geophysical exploration on National Forest System lands in Gold.en VJley County by Petro-Hunt LLC'. The B(ard is' in support of this project as long as the County landowners that will be affected by the project are in favor of this exploration. Zoning Director Stacey Heckaman met with the Board to discuss the per- mits that were presented at the latest Zoning Board meeting and recom- mended for approval to the Commissioners. Commissioner Thompson made a motion to approve the variance for Mel Bosserman's feed storage building, and the conditional use permits for Travis Hauck's and Stephen Stemm's residential struc- tures in agricultural zoned districts and Commissioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried unanimously. The Zoning Board also recommended to the Board that the county update the County's zoning and subdivision regu- lations through a proposal from Roosevelt-Custer Regional Council. Road Foreman Pete Wirtzfeld & Tim Kelly from Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson, Inc. met with the Board to discuss gravel & scoria pits, crushing and road projects. Dennis Dietz stopped in to discuss the waterline easement between the County and the City of Sentinel Butte. Commissioner Steffen made a motion to approve the Waterline Easement between Golden Valley County and the City of Sentinel Butte to cross County Road 11 in the SEI/4NE1/4 of Section 19-140-104 and Commissioner Thompson seconded the motion. Motion carried unani- mously. The Board approved of the Chairman signing the 2011-2012 County Federal Aid Program with cor- rections and additions made by the Board. The following vouchers were audit- ed and approved for the month of September: 62063 Blue Cross Blue Shield 6939.10 62064-62080 Social Service Disb. 5808.11 62081 Midstate Communications 38.00 62082 Boss Office Products 560.16 62083 GV Fair Assn. 19.80 62084 S & R Interiors 342.77 62085 Jen Steiner 46.70 62086 SW Business Machines 557.55 62087 Updike Plumbing 100.00 62088 Access Printing Solutions 136.06 62089 Auto Tech 709.32 62090 Beach Pharmacy 7.59 62091 Billings Co. Auditor 61.68 62092 Buckboard Inn 99.26 62093 Comfort Inn 366.00 62094 Susan Davidson 60.00 62095 Dickinson Tire 599.24 62096 Golden Valley News 252.85 62097 GV Co. States Atty. 1612.50 62098 Stacey Heckaman 220.00 62099 ITD 7.40 62100 Institute of Local Government 40.00 62101 Matthew Bender & Co. 512.78 62102 Kim Nunberg 25.00 62103 ND Secretary of State 8.00 62104 Pitney Bowes 435.00 62105 Danny Skoglund 123.75 62106 SW Multi-Co. Corr. Center 1380.00 62107 Steve's Service 262.24 62108 Patty Thompson 60.00 62109 John Thompson 1t15.50 62110 Vanguard Appraisals 4500.00 62111 Zee Medical Supply 79.45 62112 Henry Gerving 55.00 62113 Atlas Windshield Repair 121.25 62114 Butler Machinery Co. 17.21 62115 CRA Payment Center 285.93 62116 Edney Distributing Co. 4481.15 62117 Farm Plan 125.98 62118 Farmers Union Oil Co. 206.40 62119 Industrial Towel 91.58 62120 Kadrmas, Lee, & Jackson Inc. 16283.89 62121 Lawson Products 1249.25 62122 Michael Todd & Co. 495.11 62123 Mon-Dak Oil Co. 8348.51 62124 Napa 499.05 62125 Northern Improvements Co. 3012.15 62126 Northern Plains Engineering 475.00 62127 Powerplan 221.45 62128 Prairie Lumber Co. 27.20 62129Rohan's Hardware 142.88 62130 RDO Truck Centers 33.35 62131 Rockmount Research 926.36 62132 Team Lab. Chemical 2270.00 62133 Tab Electronics 619.10 62134 Wallwork Truck Center 297.62 62135Walz Truck Repair 76.48 62136 Fisher Sand & Gravel Co. 127366.10 62137 Nell Construction 27162.75 62138 Sharptail Ranch 513.00 62139-62140 County Recorder Disb. 1700.91 62141 Jen Steiner 412.50 62142-62152 Collections Submitted 36490.95 62153 NDACo 135.00 62154 NDAOGPC 135.00 62155 ND State Treasurer 3331.66 62156 Slope County Recorder 19.00 62157-62166 Co. Library disb. 3147.63 62167 Mon-Dak Oil Co. 12102.07 62168 Social Service disb. 160.00 62169-62173 BLM Mineral pay- ments 45163.09 62174 AIItel 191.78 62175 Conseco Ins. Co. 33.96 62176 ND DOT 42.75 62177 Reservation Telephone 40.00 62178 City of Beach 646.00 62179 MDU 1184.68 62180 Midstate Communications 975.90 62181 Golden Valley County 6015.50 62182 Golden Valley County 6015.50 62183 Golden Valley County 4756.77 62184 GV Co. Treasurer 801.00 62185 GV Co. Treasurer 3557.83 62186 Golden Valley County 3323.60 62187 Golden Valley County 1517.65 62188 Cenex Fleetcard 934.46 62189-62196 Cafeteria Plan disb. 2794.36 62197 Document Pres. Disb. 101.00 62198 Job Service ND 174.30 62199 ND State Tax Comm. 2039:00 62200 Aflac 629.85 11902-11956 GV County Employees 64067.13 Chairman Quale declared the meeting adjourned at 4:00 P.M. ATTEST: Cecilia Stedman, Auditor David Quale, Chairman, County Commissioners (October 14) Uke & LAFF- A- DAY "1 can still feel his hot breath on my neck!" Racing News anagram words must be CAN YOU GUESS which one of these birds is 7. E E unscrambled and used to form not a chicken when to comes to scarecrows? 8. E E the word for the grid. Last Week's Race: Pe psi Max 400 .uo e^mq eql   Jaqmnu MoJo :MSUV Illustrated by David Coulson THE FIVE-WILL-GET-YOU-EIGHT WAGER! Draw figure 1 on a sheet of paper. Then challenge ... your friends to add five straight lines to the drawing so that the result will give you eight equal-size tri- angles. Our solution is shown in figure 2. " CHAIN REACTIONI Take the seven letters pnnted below our ( diagram and place them in the circles so that eight four-letter words can be read, top to bottom, along the conneclJng lines. All the words will begin with the letter in the top circle. U 'JS 'rues 'uees 'Jeos 'umos 'u.os 'pnos :p.16.u o  ',-olIoq ol do L :ueMsuv CDEEMNS DERNITION: ANAGRAM: 1. A sports announcer wears one. hope + near 2. Where birds and bells hang out dbs + feel 3. Great mixers, serb + lend 4. Conaled with a decoralive overlay, need + veer 5. Favorably regarded, teed + seem 6. The winning burger was  fees + bite 7. Toast and egg dishes (sl). yeas + deed 8. To twist into a confusing mess. gent+ lane -q6ulu3 '8 "seXepeeQ "L "lze,JB "9 "Pemeels3 g peJeeueA "1, "sepuelB 'I "s.Jfl " "euoqdm3 :sJeMsuv R.ED. by Mike Marland Out on a Limb by Gary Kopervas --- / SHATNF-R J ' "\\; '  ...............  j |0000reMi I \\; %. . " . -. .'- 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. Pro Racing Weekly Update Oct. 15- 16, 20'10  D - g e Through Oct 10, 2010 Tony Stewart Charlotte Motor Speedway Race Information & Records Last Year's Winner: Jimmie Johnson Qualifying Record: Dale Eamhardt Jr. 186.034 - 2000 Race Record: Jeff Gordon 160.306 - 1999 Race Time: 7:30 pm ET, Oct. 16th Track Statistics & History Location: Concord, N.C. Turns / Straights: 24 / 5 Distance: 1.5 miles Shape: Quad-Oval Ironically, Charlotte Motor Speedway opened its ,  gates the same year, 1960, as Atlanta Motor  Illl=l Speedway, now a sister track owned by Speedway Motorsports, Inc. Not only was the . track unique in its design, the track's founders, Bruton Smith and Curtis Tumer, made the -- announcement that the first event would be 600 miles in length. Today, it is the largest sports facility in the Southeast and has over 167,000 permanent seats, including 121 executive suites, and capacity for nearly'50,000 spectators in the infield area. The speedway was the first superspeedway to host night racing in 1992. The inner perimeter road around Chedottte Motor Speedway is named in honor of three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Darrell Waitrip. Driver Sta Finish Points/Bonus Tony Stewart Tony Stewart 22 1 Clint Bowyer 13 2 Jimmie Johnson 8 3 5 4 190/5 175/5 170/5 Kasey Kahne 160/0 Ryan Newman 14 5 155/0 Mark Martin 11 6 160110 Kevin Harvick 21 7 14610 Denny Hamlin 34 8 14210 Jeff Gordon 17 9 14315 David Reutlmann 23 10 13410 2010 Chase for the Cup DrNer Points 1) Jimmie Johnson 5673 2) Denny Hamlin 5637 3) Kevin Harvick 5619 4) Jeff Gordon 5588 5) Tony Stewart 5566 6) Kurt Busch 5533 7) Carl Edwards 5511 8) Jeff Burton 5496 9) Kyle Busch 5486 10) Greg Biffle 5458 11) Matt Kenseth 5432 12) Clint Bowyer 5426 2010 Nationwide Series DrNer Points 1) Brad Keselowski 4764 2) Carl Edwards 4380 3) Kyle Busch 4279 4) Justin AIIgaier 3938 5) Paul Menard 3866 6) Kevin Harvick 3763 7) Joey Logano 3392 8) Trevor eayne 3391 9) Steve Wallace 3351 10) Jason Leffler 3315 gem: May 20, 1971 Sponsor: Office Depot/Old Spice Crew Chief: Darian Grubb Car: Chevrolet Biography: Tony Stewart started his Cup career with a bang, as he qualified his No. 20 Home Depot Pontiac in sec- ond place in his first Cup race, the 1999 Daytona ,500. Stewart's 2005 season was one of his most successful years in the Cup Series. He won five races, including the Allstate 400 at The Brickyard, a race that Stewart said he would give up his champi- onship to win, and took with it the #1 seed headed towards NASCAR's Chase for the Cup 10-rece play- off. On November 20, 2005, Stewart won his second Cup Championship, joining Jeff  and Terry Laborite as the only aclJve drivers to have won mul- tiple championships. In 2006, Stewart missed the cut to qualify for the Chase for the Cup by 16 points. He finished 11th in the final points standings, his worst finish ever, as he had been in  top 10 in all of his previous 7 seasons. In 2007, Stewart won three races, including the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard, and qualified for the Chase for the Cup. He qualified for the Chase for the Cup again in 2008, but finished the season in 9th place. Last year, Stewart had four wins in the Cup Series and finished in 6h place. Former NASCAR driver Shane Hmiel was in critical but stable  condition in an Indianapolis hospital after being injured Saturday during qualifying for a United States Auto Racing Club race Hmiel was banned for life from NASCAR in 2006 after failing three drug tests. The USAC says the 30-year-old driver was airlifted to Indianapolis' Methodist Hospital, where he was in critical condition with hdad injuries. Hmiel's No. 17 car slammed into the outside wall between the third and fourth turns and rolled over several times, damaging the protective .roll cage. Hmiel's father, Steve, says his son has a "long road to recovery." won Sunday afternoon at the Auto Club Speedway. He beat a resilient Clint Bowyer to the finish line by .466 seconds. Down for the count are Kyle Busch and Greg Biflle, both of whom suffered blown engines. An igni0on rotor failure KO'd Carl Edwards, and a late-race wreck with David Ragan all but dashed Kurt Busch's chances for a second title. Johnson, on the other hand, finished third and leaves his home track 36 points ahead of second-place Denny Hamlin. Who was NASCAR's first Rookie of the Year? a) Shorty Rollins c) Richard Petty b) Billy Wade d) Doug Cooper 'gg61. u! se, pJeMe s!q], peq JeoseN Jee/ lsJ!J eqJ. "SU!llOEI /lJoqs (e : 004NAPA) Know Belfield Auto Supply 505 6th St. NE (701) 575-4228