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Page 4 October 18, 2012 .Summons State of North Dakota County of Golden Valley Civil No: 17-2012-DM-00006 Sarah Rae Clark, Plantiff VS. Gabriel James Muruato, Defendant The State of North Dakota to the above named defendent. You are hereby summoned and required to appear and defend against the Petition in this case, which is herewith served upon you. You must serve an Answer and Financial Affidavit on the other party and file the documents with the clerk within twenty (20) days after the serv- rce of this Summons upon you, excluding the day of service. If you fail to do so, judgement by default may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. NOTICE OF TEMPORARY RESTRAINING PROVISIONS: Under Rule 8.4 of the,N0rth of this Summons, you and your spouse are bound by the following restraints: (1) Neither spouse shall dispose of, sell, encumber, or otherwise dissi- pate any of the parties' assets, except: a. For necessities of life or for the necessary generation of Income or preservation of assets, or b. For retaining counsel to carry on or to contest the proceeding. If a spouse disposes of, sells, encum- bers, or otherwise dissipates assets during the interim period, that spouse shall provide to the other spouse an accounting within thirty (30) days. (2) Neither spouse shall harass the other spouse. (3) All currently available insur- ance coverage must be maintained and continued without changes in coverage or beneficiary designation. (4) Neither spouse shall remove any of their minor children from North Dakota without the written consent of the other souse or order of the court except for temporary periods. iF EITHER SPOUSE VIOLATES ANY OF THESE PROVISIONS, THAT SPOUSE MAY BE IN CONTEMPT OF COURT. Dates this 9th date of April, 2012 By Susan Davidson Clerk of Deputy Clerk of Court (October 4, 11 and 18) Bids AD /ERT, SEMENT FOR BIDS SECTION 00100 BEACH QUIET ZONE CITY OF BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA Sealed bids will be received by the City of Beach, at the City Hall, 153 East Main Street, Beach, ND, until 1:30 PM MT, October 25, 2012, at which time they will be publically opened and read aloud for the fur- nishing of materials, labor, equipment and skill required for the construction of Beach Quiet Zone and incidental items in and for said City of Beach, as is more fully described and set forth in the plans and specifications therefore, which are now on file in the office of Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson. Inc. Bids shall be upon cash payment on the following estimated quantities and types of work: Mobilization, 1 LS; Contract Bond, 1 LS; Railway Protection Insurance - 2 Locations, 1 LS: Saw Concrete, 5 LF; Remove & Salvage Bituminous Surfacing, 69 SY; Removal of Curb & Gutter. 32 LF; Saw Bituminous Surfacing - Full Depth, 89 LF; Pavement Repair, 10 TON; Traffic Control Signs. 492 UNW; Type III Barricade, 6 EA; Delineator Drums, 10 EA; Traffic Cones, 25 EA; Curb & Gutter - Type I Special, 89 LF; Curb Concrete Median, 342 LF; Flat Sheet For Signs-Type 3A Refl. Sheeting, 83 SF; Flexible Delineators - Type D, 8 EA; Steel Galv. Post- Telescoping Perforated Tube, 80 LF; Railroad Crossbuck Sign & Post, 4 EA; P,VMT MK Painted - Message. 314 SF; PVMT MK Painted - 4 In Line, 200 LF; PVMT MK Painted - 24 In Line, 194 LF; PVMT MK Painted Curb Top and Face, 684 LF The contract documents are on file and may be examined at the follow- . ing: City df Beach 153 East M&in Street, Beach. ND Kadrmas. Lee and Jackson Dickinson, North Dakota Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.kljeng.com "Client Zone"or www.questcdn.com. You may down- load the digital plan documents for $20.00 by inputting Quest project # 2279529 on the website's Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN at (952) 233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance n free membership registration, down- loading, and working with this digital project information. An optional paper set of project documents is also avail- able for a non-refundabl~ price of $65.00 p.er set at Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson. Inc 677 27th Avenue East: PC Box 290, Dickinson, ND 58602. Please contact us at 701-483-1284 if you have any questions. All bids are to be submitted on the basis of cash payment for the work and materials, and each bid shall be accompanied by a separate envelope containing the contractor's license and bid security. The bid security must be in a sum equal to five per cent (5%) of the full amount of the bid and must be in the form of a bidder's bond. A bidder's bond must be exe- cuted by the bidder as principal and by a surety company authorized to do business in this state, conditioned that if the principal's bid be accepted and the contract awarded to the prin- cipal, the principal, within ten (10) days after notice of award, will exe- cute and effect a contract in accor- dance with the terms of his bid and, the bid bond as required by the laws of the State of North Dakota and the regulations and determinations of the governing body. If a successful bidder does not execute a contract within ten (10) days allowed, the bidder's bond must be forfeited to the governing body and the project awarded to the next lowest responsible bidder. All bidders, except a bidder on a municipal, rural, and industrial water supply project using funds provided under Public Law No. 99-294 [100 Star. 426, 43 U.S.C. 390a], must be licensed for the full amount of the bid as required by Section 43 07 05 and 43-07-12 of the North Dakota Century Code. For projects using funds pro- vided under Public Law No. 99-294 [1,00 Star. 426, 43 U.S.C. 390a], the Bidder shall obtain a contractor's license for the full amount of its Bid within twenty days after it is deter- mined the Bidder is the lowest responsible Biddel'. Should the Bidder fail to obtain the license within the specified period the Bid will be reject- ed and awarded to the next lowest responsible Bidder. The successful Bidder will be required to furnish Contract Performance and Payment Bonds in the full amount of the contract. Contracts shall be awarded on the responsible and respons=ve bid(Jer for the aggregate sum of all bid items. A single contract will be awarded for the work. All bids will be contained in a sealed envelope, as above provided; plainly marked showing that such envelope contains a bid for the above projecL In addition, the bidder shall place upon the exterior of such enve- lope the following information: 1. The work covered by the bidder 2. The name of the bidder 3. Separate envelope contain- ing bid bond and a copy of Contractor's License or certificate of renewal. 4. Acknowledgement of the Addenda. No Bid will be read or considered which does not fully comply with the above provisions as to Bond and licenses and any deficient Bid submit- ted will be resealed and returned to the Bidder immediately. The work on the improvement will be completed by May 31, 2013. The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive any informality in any bid, to hold all bids for a period not to exceed 30 days from the date of opening bids, and to accept the bid deemed most favor- able to the interest of the Owner. Should the Contractor fail to com- plete the work within the time required herein or within such extra time as may have been granted by formal extensions of time approve(~ by the Owner, there will be deducted from any amount due the Contractor the sum of $800 per day and every day that the completion of the work is delayed. The Contractor and his sure- ty will be liable for any excess. Such payment will be as and for liquidated damages. Dated this 27th day of September, 2012 CITY OF BEACH BEACH. NORTH DAKOTA s/Kim Nunberg Auditor (October 4, 11 and 18) Notice ANALYSES OF THE STATEWlDE MEASURES APPEARING ON THE ELECTION BALLOT NOVEMBER 6, 2012 The following analyses are for the five measures appearing on the statewide election ballot on November 6, 2012. This publication is required by section 16.1-01-07 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/electvote/or by requesting a copy from the Elections Division, Secretary of State's office at (800) 352-0867, ext. 328-4146, 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 estimated fiscal impact of Measures No. 3, No. 4 and No.'5 is available on the Secretary of State's website at www.nd.gov/sos/electvote/, by calling (800) 352-0867, ext. 328-4146, 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 2011 North Dakota Legislative Assembly with the passage of Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 4006 (2011 Session Laws, Ch. 520). If approved, this constitutional measure would repeal section 6 of Article X of the North Dakota Constitution. It would eliminate the authority of the legislative assembly to levy an annual poll tax. Voting "YES" means you approve the measure as stated above. Voting "NO" means you reject the measure as stated above. Analysis of Constitutional Measure No. 2 Constitutional Measure No. 2 was placed on the ballot by action of the 2011 North Dakota Legislative Assembly with the passage of House Concurrent Resolution No. 3009 (2011 Session Laws, Ch. 521). If approved, this constitutional measure would amend and reenact section 4 of Article X of the North Dakota Constitution. It would require mem- bers of the executive branch of state government to take the oath of office as prescribed in this section of the constitution. Voting "YES" means you approve the measure as stated above. Voting "NO" means you reject the measure as stated above. Analysis of Initiated Constitutional Measure No. 3 Constitutional Measure No. 3 was placed on. the ballot by petitions circu- lated by a sponsoring committee. If approved, this initiated constitutional measure would create section 29 of Article XI of the North Dakota Constitution. The full text of the meas-, ure states. "The right of farmers and ranchers to engage in modern farm- [ng and ranching practices shall be forever guaranteed in this state. No law shall be enacted which abridges the right of farmers and ranchers to em ploy agricultural technology, mod- ern livestock production and ranching practices." 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. 4 Statutory Measure No. 4 was placed on the ballot by petitions circu- lated by a sponsoring committee. If approved, this initiated statutory measure would amend chapter 23-12 of the North Dakota Century Code. It would prohibit smoking, including the use of electronic smoking devices, in public places and most places of employment in the state, including certain outdoor areas. It would pro- vide notification and enforcem ent responsibilities, along with penalties 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. 5 Statutory Measure No. 5 was placed on the ballot by petitions circu- ated by a sponsoring committee. If approved, this initiated statutory measure would create section 36- 21.1-02.1 of the North Dakota Century Code. It would make it a class C felony for an individual to maliciously and intentionally harm a iving dog, cat or horse and provide a court with certain sentencing options. The measure would not apply to pro- duction agriculture, or to lawful activi- ties of hunters and trappers, licensed veterinarians, scientific researchers, or to individuals engaged in lawful defense of life or property. Voting "YJES" means, you approve the measure as stated above. Voting "NO" means you reject the measure as stated above. (October 11 and 18) Notice NOTICE OF ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT On October 2. 2012, the Billings County Commission adopted a new amendment to the Zoning Ordinance. This amendment, creating Section 6.14 Recreational Vehicles as Temporary Housing, will take effect thirty (30) days from the date of the first publication of this notice. A copy of the adopted amendment is avail- cable for inspection at the office of the Billings County Auditor, Medora, ND between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm, (MST) Monday through Friday. It is also available on the county website at www.billingscou ntynd.gov. AMENDMENT TO BILLINGS COUNTY ZONING RESOLUTION NO. 1 6.14 Recreational Vehicles as Temporary Housing 6.14.1 A Recreational Vehicle ("RV") may be used as a temporary residence: 1) If located in a licensed Recreational Vehicle Park pursuant to Section 5.3.2(a) of the Billings County Zoning Ordinance. NDCC Chapter 23-10, and NDAC Chapter 33-33-02; or 2) As a Conditional Use in a Residential District pursuant to Section 5.2.2(f) of the Billings County Zoning Ordinance: or 3) If the conditions outlined =n this section are met. 6.14.2 Conditional Use Permit The issuance of the Conditional Use Permit is subject to the proce- dures contained within Section 7.3 of the Billings County Zoning Ordinance. 6,14.3 Criteria for a Conditional Use Permit 1) Up to two (2) RV's may be located on a property with a perma- nent occupied dwelling. 2) The owner of the property must occupy the main dwelling on the property. 3) The RV(s) must be connect- ed to a utility pole and connected to a septic system (with approval from the Southwest District Health Unit), and water must be supplied by'a potable water source. 4) The RV(s) must be located a minimum of 20 feet from all other structures on the ;)roperty and must meet the required setbacks from property lines, section lines, roads, and highways for the district in which it is located. 5) The RV(s) may not be used as a rental property, the intent of this section being on ,y to allow occupancy of an RV as a residence where necessitated by financial hardshi p, and the charging of rent to the occu- pant(s) being inconsistent with this purpose. 6) The RV(s) must be spaced to adequately accommodate emer- gency services 7) An occupancy list to be maintained and provided to the coun- ty 911 emergency coordinator on a current basis. 6.14.4 Allowable Distr~cts A ;)ermit may be granted n a Residential District or In an Agricultural District only if the property has a mintmum of five (5) acres. 6.13.5 Termination of Conditional Use Permit A Conditional Use Permit granted in accordance with this section is sub- ject to review oy the Planning and Zoning Board at any time. The permit may be revoked, pursuant to Section 7.3 of the Billings County Zoning Ordinance. by the County Commission anytime the applicant is in non-compliance with any of the conditions set by the Planning and Zoning Board or the County Commission for the issuance of the permit. 6.13.6 Renewal of Conditional Use Permit Any Conditional Use Permit grant- ed in accordance with this section shall exptre one year from the date of issuance. The permit may be extend-. ed by the Planning and Zoning Board upon written application of the owner of the property or authorized repre- ser~tative provided that the extension is for the same use as specified in the original permit and that the applicant is in compliance with the terms and conditions specified in the original permit. 6.14.7 Exception The requirements of this Section 6.14 do not apply if the RV is occu- pied for less than thirty (30) total days in a 12-month period. The above Amendment was approved by the Billings County Board of County Commissioners on the 2rid day of October, 20"(2, By: James R. Arthaud, Board Chairman Attest: Joan Jurgens, County Auditor/Treasurer Pursuant to the provisions of Billings County is currently accept- ing bids for one new 4 Wheel Drive Front End Loader: operating weight of 42,000+ Ibs, bucket capacity of 4 3/~ Cu. Yd. 260+ Horsepower & quick attach coupler. If more information is needed, contact Jeff Iverson Billings County District 3 shop, phone number 701- 575-4661. ' Sealed bids must be delivered to the Billings County Auditor's Office no later than 4:00PM on Friday, October 26th, 2012, or clearly marked 'Sealed Equipment Bid' and mailed to Billings County Auditor, PC Box 168 Medora ND 58645. Bids wil be opened Monday, October 29th at 10:00AM in the Commissioner's room of the Billings County Courthouse. Dated this 10th day of October, 2012. by the order of the Board of County Commissioners. Joan Jurgens Billings County Auditor (October 18 and 25) Beach City Council CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS PUBLISHED SUBJECT TO THE GOVERNING BODY'S REVIEW AND REVISON N.D.C.C. Section 11-33-10. any per- A regular meeting of the Beach son aggrieved by any provision con- City Council was called to order by rained within the adopted amendment Mayor Walter Losinski at 7:00 pm on shall have thirty (30) days from the October 1. 2012. Present when the date of the first publication of this meeting was called to order was City notice to file with the Billings County Council Paul Lautenschlager, Henry Cc mmissi(:)n for a separate hearing Jeanne Larson, Wade Walworth, reg&rding the objection. The petition PWS Dell Beach, City Auditor must be in writing and state with Kimberly Nunberg, Sheriff Scot specificity the grounds for objection to Steele, Deputy Sheriff Jon Moll. City the adoption of the whole, or any part, Engineer Jon Wilcez. Economic of the adopted amendment, Section Development Director Deb Walworth. 6 14 Recreational VehicleS as guests Leonard Stockwell. Jerry Temporary Housing, to the Billings DeMaCtin, Tama Smith, Matthew County Zoning Ordinance. Schmidt, Drew Hal Patricia Lynch. Dated at Medora this 2nd day of Lois Ferebee. Larry Jandt and Mike October, 2012 by order of the Billings Ballard. County Commission. Minutes of the previous month Joan Jurgens meetings were read. Benes moved Billings County Auditor/Treasurer to approve the minutes, second by (October 11 and 18) Walworth. Motion carried unanimous- Notice ly. Vouchers were reviewed for pay- ment. Gerving moved to approve the following vouchers, second by NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION Larson. Motion carried unanimously. FOR FORMAL PROBATE OF WILL 15724 Beach Co-op Grain 203.55 AND APPOINTMENT OF 15725 Beach Food Center 84.62 PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE 15726 Beach Vet Clinic 27.00 15727 Beach Volunteer IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Fire Department 575.36 GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, STATE 15728 BOSS 95.11 OF NORTH DAKOTA 15729 Cretex Concrete Products West, Inc. 4918.80 In the Matter of the Estate of15730 Display Sales 4212.00 Henry Mowat Waldren, Jr Deceased. 15731 Eboltoft. Sickler Probate No. 17-2012-PR-00028 Lawyers 425.50 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 15732 Endeavor Henry Mowat Waldren, III. has filed Engineering, LLC 3130.00 herein a petition for formal probate of 15733 Fallon County will and appointment of a Personal Treasurer 3371.25 Representative. 15734 Fargo Water 14491.59 Hearing has been set upon said15735 Floyd Braden 227.40 petition on the 29th day of November, 15736 G & G Garbage 1800.00 2012, at 8:30 o'clock a.m at the 15737 Golden Valley County6968,00 Courtroom of the above-named Court 15738 Golden Valley News 242.08 in the City of Beach, County of15739 Heiser Motors 5125.00 Golden Valley, State of North Dakota. 15740 Industrial Towel 63.18 NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that 15741 John Deere Financial 11.05 any person appearing for the purpose 15742 LaPlaya Mexican of objecting to any matter or item con- Restaurant 228.60 rained within the above mentioned 15743 Lori Watembach 52.00 petition for formal probate of will shall 15744 Michael Bingeman222.00 file with the Court and serve upon the 15745 Mid American undersigned counsel for the Petitioner Research Chemical 642.29 their written objections to the same 15746 Midstate prior to the above scheduled hearing. Communication 237.79 Dated this 3~ d day of October.15747 Morrison Majerle 2012. Systems Corp 20.00 MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM 15748 NAPA 150.28 38 Second Ave E 15749 ND Department of Health32.00 Dickinson, ND 58601 15750 NDSWRA 60.00 Telephone Number: (701) 456- 15751 One Call Concepts 21.25 3210 15752 Prairie Fire Potte~ 84.00 BY:/s/Charles J. Peterson, 15753 Prairie Lumber Attorney #04009 Company 379.97 Attorney for Petitioner 15754 Q Business Source 170.88 (October 11, 18 and 25) 15755 Randy Nistler 1000.00 ' 15756 Rohan's 95.96 Notice to .Creditors 15757 SBM 66.48 15758 Southwest Water IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Authority 20270.53 GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, STATE 15759 Spirit of the West 3000.00 OF NORTH DAKOTA 15760 Stockwell Cleaning 225.00 15761 Verizon Wireless t59.99 In the Matter of the Estate of15762 West Plains, Inc. 354.39 Sandra Zinsli, Deceased. 15568~15695 & 15704-15719 City Probate No. 17-20.12-PR-00027 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presents to Margot Eckes. Personal Reoresentative of the estate, at MELBYE LAW OFFICE, P.O. Box 1136, Dickinson, North Dakota 58602-1136, or filed with the Court. Dated this 1st Day of October. 2012 /s/Margot Eckes, Personal Representative Diane E Metbye ND State Bar ID #03680 MELBYE LAW OFFICE 229 First Street West P.O. Box 1136 Dickinson, ND 58602-1136 (701) 483-1700 Attorney for Personal Representative (October 11, 18 and 25) Notice Notice of Special Meeting The Billings County Commissioners wilt be holding a spe- cial meeting on October 29th at 10:00 A.M. in the commisstoners' room of the Billings County Courthouse. Agenda items: Bid opening for a new 4 Wheel Drive Front End Loader; oper- ating weight of 42,000+ Ibs, bucket capacity of 4 ~,~ Cu. Yd 260+ Horsepower & quick attach coupler. Dated, at Medora, ND this 10th day of October, 2012. Joan Jurgens Billings County Auditor/Treasurer (October 18 and 25) Notice Request for Equipment Bids Employees Wages for September 17182.43 15696 ND PERS 100.00 15697 City of Beach 104.65 15698 Bronson Ekre 300.00 15699 Beach Park Board 10000.00 15700 Pumpkin Festival 300.00 15701 Wade Walworth 24.35 15702 Kim Nunberg 453.90 15703 USPS 184.27 15720 ND PERS 100.00 15721 ND PERS 1030.84 15722 Blue Cross Blue Shield 4084.68 New Business At 7:30 pm a public hearing was held for comment on a petition sub- mitred by Drew Hall which was filed with the city requesting annexation. Hall reviewed conceptual plans for development of the area that he is requesting to be annexed. Mayor Losinski openedthe meeting up for public comment. Mike Ballard, repre- senting Dakota Farm Equipment stat- ed he supports growth in the commu- nity but had concerns of traffic flow and dust control in front of their busi- ness and increased property taxes. Larry Jandt expressed concerns on who would be responsible for the improvements and maintenance when the development is complete. Matthew Schmidt questioned if the development would have a cost impact to the city residents. Hall stat- ed improvements in this area would be covered by personal investors but would appreciate any grant funds the city could access that would offset the cost of improvements. The improve- ments would ultimately increase the tax base of the city which in turn would generate additional revenue to provide maintenance throughout the whole city. Walworth moved to approve the request for annexation, second by Benes. Motion carried unanimously. Larson moved to accept the First Reading of Ordinance 373, second by Watworth. Motion carried unanimously. ORDINANCE NO. 373 AN ORDINANCEEXTENDING OF BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA, AND ANNEXING CERTAIN TRAXTS OF LAND ADJACENT TO THE BOUND- ARIES OF THE PRESENT CITY LIM- ITS. A public hearing was held at 8pm for comment on the Final Budget for the Year Ending 20t3. No comments were given. Benes moved to approve the Budget for the Year Ending 2013. second by Walworth. Motion carried unanimously. Correspondence was read from the ND DOT regarding an Amendment to Contract of the Urban Agreement for Construction of State Aid Quiet Zone Projects for the pro- posed crossing work in the city of Beach. Leonard Stockwel requested the city consider making the street in front of his house into an 18' alley. Stockwell would like to build a garage but zoning setbacks prohibit him from doing so. The Street Committee will review the req uest and bring a rec- ommendation to the next meetir~g. No other business was brought forward. Gerving moved to adjourn, second by Benes. Meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m. ATTEST: Walt Losinski. Mayor Kimberly Nunberg, City Auditor (October 18) Notice Notice is hereby g=ven that Section 18. LLC has applied for a permit from the Division of Waste Management of the North Dakota Department of Health for construction and operation of a Special Waste Landfill located in portions of the W V2 of Section 4 and the NE ~,~ of Section 5, T143N, R99W in Billings County. The application for permit has been completed in accor- dance with the Solid Waste Management Rules included in North Dakota Century Code Chapter 23-29 and North Dakota Administrative Code Article 33-20. The permit appli- cation can be viewed at the Division of Waste Management. Comments regarding the permit application may be submitted, in writing, to the Division of Waste Management, ND Dept. of Health, 918 East Divide Ave 3rd Floor, Bismarck. ND 58501-1947. (October 18) Meeting Notice The Golden Valley County Planning and Zoning Cc remission will hold a public hearing on October 29, 2012, beginning at 3 p.m. in the Commissioners Room of the Golden Valley County Courthouse. Beach, N.D to consider the following items: 1. Unfinished Business None 2. New Business a rezoning request from Mathew Larson, to zone from Residential R-1 to Mobile Home, at Lot 18 and Vacated Riverside ST, Block 3, original town site of Sentinel Butte, N.D. Crew Housing Camp estab- lishment without a valid or an expired permit (10-5-2012) at SEl/4 Sec 18- 140-105. belonging to Weinreis Brothers 2nd violation of moving housing 15723 Blue Cross Blue Shieldg04.80 units onto the property without prior Sheriff's Report approval/authorization. Sheriff Steele presented the (October 18) monthly report consisting of 13 calls. 6 citations and 1 written warning. Notice Sheriff Steele mentioned the County Commissioners were agreeable to CDBG PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE changing the Police Contract to cov- erage of 45 hours per week billed at The public hearing for the North $40 per hour. Dakota Region 8 FY 2013 Community Public Works & Auditor's Report Development Block Grant Program PWS Beach reported all the fire will be held at 2:00 P.M Wedneday, hydrants have been pumped out and October 31. 2012 in the Field's are 'in working condition. Spraying Conference Room, First Floor Pulver and mowing have been completed for Hall (300 13th Ave. West), Dickinson. the season Beach provided a ;)rice ND. on millings and cold mix if purchased It is anticipated the annual funding from Northern mprovement; millings amount will be approximately $21 Ton and cold mix $92.50 Ton. $205,221. The purpose of the hear- Beach requested the pickup used for ing will be to comment on the pro- recycling be replaced and he provid- posed public distribution statement ed a purchase agreement from Heiser that will govern how the funds are Motor's. Discpssion. Marman moved awarded and dispersed in this to amend the Garbage Fund Supplies region. In past years, these funds Budget from $12,000 to $18,000 to have been used for grants to cities purchase a pickup, and to amend the and counties for public facility, hous- Garbage Fund Repairs Budget from ing projects and economic develop- $9000 to $30,000 due to repa,rs of merit loans to businesses to benefit equipment, second by Walworth. low-income populations. Comments Motion carried unanimously, will be taken no later than the hearing Nunberg reviewed the monthlydate. financial report for September. For a copy of the proposed distri- Walworth moved to approve the finan- bution statement, to submit written-or cial report, second by Larson. verbal comments, or to arrange for Motion carried Unanimously. special accommodation to attend the Nunberg reviewed her monthly written hearing due to a disability contact the report. Lautenschlager moved to Roosevelt-Custer Regional Council, apply for North Dakota Forest Service 300 3rd Ave. W Suite 3, Pulver Hall, grant for a tree planting project and a Dickinson, ND 58601 701-483-1241, ND Parks and Recreation Grant for a info@rooseveltcuster.com non-motorized trail, second by (October 18) Larson. Motion carried unanimously.