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! J October 18, 2012 Page 5 I i i Notice NOTICE OF ELECTION SCANNER TESTING A public test will be held on Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at 9:00 A.M. for the M100 election scanner that will be used for the General Election. The test will be held in the County Commissioner's Room at the Golden Valley County Courthouse in Beach. (October 18) Beach School Board PROCEEDS OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BEACH BOARD OF EDUCATION Unofficial Minutes Subject to Review and Revision of the Board October 10, 2012 5:30 p.m. Room 11 Present: Bob Makelky, Mark Egan, Kim Nunberg, Robert Sperry, Misty Farnstrom, Larry Helvik, Brandt Gaugler, and Troy Hoffer. Absent: Maurice Hardy and Dave Wegner. President Makelky called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. No visi- tors were present. Makelky called for approval agen- da. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to approve agen- da. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented September 12, 2012 regular meeting minutes. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, sec- ond by Sperry to approve minutes. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented general fund bills. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Sperry to approve bills. Discussion. Motion carries unani- mously. Farnstrom presented activity fund bills. Motion by Nunberg, second by Sperry to approve bills. Motion car- ries unanimously. Farnstrom presented food service fund bills. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Sperry to approve bills. Motion carries unani- mously. Farnstrom presented general fund manual checks. Discussion. Motion by Sperry, second by Nunberg to approve bills. Discussion. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented activity fund manual checks. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Egan to approve bills.~ Discussion: MOtion ~ : carries unanimously. l~arnstrom presented September payroll. Motion by Egan, second by Sperry to approve payroll. Motion carries unanimously. 38074 Ameripride 106.23 38075 Anderson's 440.75 38076 AT&T Mobility 59.75 38077 Baker Furniture 55.00 38078 Carol Bartz 30.00 38079 Beach Food Center 423.59 38080 Beach Veterinary Clinic 5.67 38081 Best Western Doublewood . Inn-Bismarck Inc 170.00 38082 Don Blake 225.00 38083 Boss Office and Computer Products 1392.76 38084 Bridges.Com Co. 383.00 38085 Bucs Booster Club 600.00 38086 BW Insurance Agency, Inc. 1960.00 38087 Cenex Fleetcard 525.97 38088 City of Beach 2044.69 38089 Cole Papers Inc.482.74 38090 Dakota Dust-Tex, Inc. 175.00 38091 Dakota Fence 24.55 38092 Dennys Electric and Motor Repair, Inc. 592.39 38093 The Dickinson Press & ' The Advertizer 29.00 38094 Discovery Benefits, Inc. 1620.00 38095 Ecolab Inc. 175.00 38096 Chelsey Erdmann 64.99 38097 Farmers Union Oil Co.4731.71 38098 Fix It Shop 64.70 38099 Flinn Scientific Inc. 56.17 38100 Four Seasons Trophies371.40 38101 Brandt Gaugler 99.90 38102 Gerrells Sports Center 423.28 38103 Golden Valley County Sheriff 10.00 38104 HM Receivables Co. LLC 746.00 38105 Houghton Mifflin Co. 331.61 38106 John Deere Financial 101.01 38107 McGraw-Hill Companies 1500.82 38108 Mid-American Research Chemical Corp. 300.85 38109 Midstate Communications, Inc. 678.03 38110 The Mix 35.00 38111 Jessie Molter 59.67 38112 Napa 398.14 38113 ND Assoc of Oil & Gas Producing Counties 2176.92 38114 ND Council of Educational Leaders 445.00 38115 ND School Boards Association 120.00 38116 NDASFAA 20.00 38117 NDCSA 120.00 38118 Office Max Contract Payments Inc. 603.54 38119 Office Max Credit Plan2768.27 38120 Olson's Service LLC 613.00 38121 Parent Teacher Outlet 852.09 38122 Paxton Patterson LLC3556.35 38123 Pepper, J.W. & Son, Inc. 857.44 38124 Prairie Lumber Company 4893.36 38125 Praxair Distribution, Inc. 3722.23 38126 Rohan Hardware 695.01 38127 Rough Rider Motor Inn 376.50 38128 Running Supply, Inc. 410.04 38129 Scholastic Inc. 1195.93 38130 School Specialty Payments 862.40 38131 Sears 36.01 38132 Sip and Sew 208.84 38133 Steffan's Saw and Bike220.00 38134 Superior Lamp and Supply 626.25 38135 Training Room 61.69 38136 US Foodservice, Inc. 56.95 38137 WaI-Mart Stores, Inc. 357.96 38138 Wards Natural Science Establishment, LLC 121.73 38139 David Wegner 66.60 38140 Wells Fargo 399. t8 38141 West Plains Inc. 877.78 38142 West River Student Services 3737.50 38143 Woodworker's Supply, Inc. 1752.t6 38144 Workforce Safety and Insurance 64.00 38145 Wright Express-Fleet Services 121.49 38146 Zaner Bloser 624.03 2868 Beach Food Center 54.80 2869 Best Western Doublewood Inn-Bismarck Inc. 255.00 2870 Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Dickinson 290.84 2871 Farmers Union oil Co. 263.64 2872'FBLA National Membership Dues 230.00 2873 Golden Valley County Library 750.00 2874 Sonja Gr011 300:(10" ; 2875 Midwest Impressions, Inc. 1600.35 2876 NDSAA ' 50.00 2877 Pepsi Cola Bottling Company 599.60 2.878 Queen City Candy 3504.39 2879 Sport Decals, Inc. 243.59 2880 US Foodservice, Inc. 243.59 2881 WaI-Mart Stores, Inc. 189.08 2882 Wells Fargo 786.06 6926 Beach Food Center 115.04 6927 Dean Foods NC 1148.73 6928 DPI-Food Distribution 738.43 6929 Farmers Union Oil Co. 19.00 6930 Prairie Lumber Company 18.00 6931 Temp Right Service, Inc.324.15 6932 US Foodservice, Inc. 6380.32 Helvik presented .correspondence. Thank you from the Buzz Olson family for the plant. Letter from NDSBA regarding legal services was read. Helvik presented personnel. ,Resignation from Allison Skari as day treatment social worker was read. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to approve resignation. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Discussion. Consensus of the board is to advertise as soon as possible. Contract for Shae Peplinski as assistant girl's basketball coach and contract for Keith Burwick as head wrestling coach were presented. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, sec- ond Sperry to approve contracts. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Contract for Ben Baker as junior high boy's basketball coach was pre- sented. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to approve con- tract. Roll call vote carries unani- mously. Helvik presented facilities and transportation. Buc Bus replacement was dis- cussed. Replacement of hallway and commons carpet at the high school was discussed. Replacement of hall- way lockers at the high school was discussed. Quote from TMI for lock- , ers v~a.s distributed and "reviewed: Discussion. Replacement of entire high school gym floor and bleacher area floor to one common flooring material was discussed. Repair to the high school roof was discussed. Thiel Brothers has been contacted and will be sending a quote. Purchasing defibrillators to be located at the football field and gyms were discussed. Motion by Egan, second by Nunberg to approve pur- chase of a defibrillator. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented finance. Taxable valuation and general fund property tax levy information was distributed and discussed. 2012-2013 budget was dis- cussed. Motion by Sperry, second by Nunberg to approve budget as pre- sented. Roll call vote carries unani- mously. 2012-2013 ContraCt Totals Linda Bacon $37,750 Carol Bartz $39,170 Leanne Benes $47,012 Britta Berube $2,250 Keith Burwick $47,300 Rosemary Dahl $63,064 Denise Dietz $34,400 Sarah Domek $33,800 Leigh Dykins $43,880 Chelsea Erdmann $32,000 Misty Farnstrom $49,160 Brandt Gaugler $77,500 James Groll $4,300 Sonja Groll $1,725 Sarah Gubbels $2,108 Maria Haugen $41,600 Aleta Heckaman $43,550 Jo Heckaman $46,300 Thomas Heckaman $36,900 Larry Helvik $85,000 Tammy Hoffer $43,100 Troy Hoffer $54,590 Lori Holkup $17,278 Shae Hutchinson $40,575 Sue Marman $2,175 Karen Maus $39,775 Sarah Maus $41,950 Brianna McDaniel $35,900 Rod Merkel $32,000 Jessie Molter $36,000 Tammy Nistler $39,600 Madonna Oech $44,950 Lori Olney $39,000 Dale Peplinski $45,435 Kelly Peterson $1,605 Lori Rising $44,050 Arlene Schmeling $1,785 Allison Skari $38,800 Lili Stewart $37,950 Wanda Stroud $32,000 Jill Tescher $33,510 Loni Thilmony $40,480 Germaine Ueckert $47,475 Ron Volk $1,440 Bob Waldal $4,600. Amanda Weber $32,000 Terry Week $57,595 David Wegner $62,323 Tammy Wegner $38,700 Kelly Wilwand $45,165 Mary Zachmann $39,150 Mike Zier $44,400 Total Contracts $1,884,117 2011-2012 Hourly Totals Connie Baertsch $13.40 Kari Bagley $13.49 Earl Bares $13.40 Roberta Beach $12.25 Elaine Begger $13.49 Charlene Bostyan $16.25 Diane Brown $12.75 Gwen Dahlen $10.50 Sue Feldman $15.50 Sonja Groll $12.50 Arlys Kirkpatrick $11.00 Pam Knopp $14.91 Krista Lund 1 $12.00 Kelli Mahlum $12.00 Tom Maxwell $11.50 Donna Muckle $13.40 Joy Partridge $12.00 Kelly Peterson $12.50 Ward Remillong $15.64 Wendy Remillong ~ $14.50 Judy Schieffer $12.00 Arlene Schmeling $13.40 Patty Schmeling $12.00 Rita Skoglund $13.49 Carla Steffen $t8.75 Raynette Szudera $15.27 Jerry Twardowski,$12.60 Cheryl Ueckert $13.49 Bill VanHorn $15.50 Carey Waldal $12.00 Christina Wilson $10.50 Rhonda Wilson $12.00 Ron Zook $17.37 Catholic Heath Initiatives did an in-house review of work related equipment and will offer a grant for up to 75% for the purchase of new equipment. This equipment includes new office chairs, vacuum cleaners and other equipment. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Sperry to approve purchase of equipment. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented policy. Helvik presented FCC-Student Restraint policy for the second read- ing. Discussion. Motion by Sperry, second by Nunberg to approve sec: ond reading. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented ABB-District Goals and Objectives policy for the first reading. Discussion. Motion by Sperry, second by Nunberg to approve first reading. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented ABCC-Wellness Policy for the first reading. Discussion. Motion by Sperry, sec- ond by Egan to approve first reading. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented negotiations. BEA petition for recognition as collaborative bargaining unit was pre- sented. Discussion. Motion by Nunberg, second by Sperry to approve petition. Roll call vote car- ries unanimously. Hiring an outside , negotiator was discussed. Farnstrom presented business manager report. The claim has been filed with ND State Fire and Tornado Insurance for the window breakage at the elemen- tary. The windows are in the process of being replaced. ,An Energy Infrastructure and Impact Grant applicatiOn has been submitted. The school has applied for the purchase of two radios for buses and two base stations for the elementary and the high school. Motion by Nunberg, secondby Sperry to approve grant application. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Senior citizenage for athletic . Oct, 8 to Oct. 11, for Billings, Stark and Golden Valley counties: WELLS RELEASED FROM "TI,' ;rlT HOLE" STATUS: #22060 - WHITING OIL AND GAS CORPORATION, ZALESKY 3 I- 18PH, NWNE 18- 140N-98W, STARK CO 621 bopd J1479 bwpd - BAKKEN #22167 - WHITING OIL AND GAS CORPORATION, FRANK 44-7PH, SESE 7- 140N-99W, STARK CO 1545 bopd, 824 bwpd - BAKKEN PERMITS: #24073 - GMX RESOURCES INC, LITTLE MISSOURI FED- ERAL 24-'10-1H. SWSE I0-141N- 100W, BILLINGS CO 572' FSL and 2380' FEL, DEVELOPMENT. WHISKEY JOE, 'Tight Hole', 2750' Ground, API #33-007-01757 COMPANY, SCHWARTZ- i::~22:H! WELLS RELEASED FROM SWSW 2-140N-97W;STARK cO. ' "TIGHT HOLE" STATUS: PERMIT: ~ : #22569 - WHITING OIL AND #24106 - WHITING OIL AND i i GAS CORPORATION, STECK- GAS CORPORATION, O NElL ER 23-3, NESW 3-141N-105W, CREEK STATE 41-16PH. NENE GOLDEN VALLEY CO 272 16-144N-104W, GOLDEN VAL-. . bopd. 100 bwpd - RED RIVER LEY CO 300' FNL ,rod 650' FEL, PRODUCER ABANDONED: DEVELOPMENT, BICENTEN, -,5 #08007 CITATION OIL & NIAL, 20788' 9-5/8 inch,2.92 GAS CORP FEDERAL 2- Ground, APl #33-033-00322 14SWSW 14-144N-102W, WELLS RELEASEDFROM BILLINGS CO. "TIGHT HOLE" STATUS: CONFIDENTIAL WELL #21251 - WHITING OIL AND PLUGGED OR PRODUCING: GAS CORPORATION, CYM- #22909 - CONTINENTAL BALUK 21-25TFH, NENW 25- RESOURCES, INC CHARN- 141N-100W, BILLINGS CO 465 WOOD 1-32H, SESW 32-141N- bopd, t0'87 bwpd- BAKEEN 99W, BILLINGS CO. (Source: N.D. Oil and Gas #22959 - FIDELITY EXPLO- Division) RATION & PRODUCTION N prog BISMARCK - North Dakota State Conservationist Mary Podoll says' that 2013 Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) applications are due by Friday, Nov. 16. All applications completed by close of business will be considered, for funding in fiscal year 2013. EQIP is a vohmtary program that .provides financial assistance to help plan and implement conselwation practices based on state identified natural resource concerns, such a ram deadline is Nov. 16 forestry, grazing, soil erosion, water tified conservation practices. conserwttion, and water quality. Conservation plans must be devel- Landowners and operators who 'oped for the entire area of hind that are engaged in livestock, agricultur- will be included in the EQIP con- al, or forest production on eligible tract. land and have a nattu'al resource Applications are accepted on a concern on that land may participate continuous basis. However, applica- in EQIR tions must be submitted by close of Through EQIP, NRCS works business on November i6to be con- with producers to develop a plan of sidered t'or fiscal year 2013 funding. operations that both identifies qi) find out about EQIP or to ap, propriate conservation practices complete an application, producers ne~--decl to address natural resource can visit their local NRCS service concerns and implement those iden- center. USDA announces assistance for 2011 losses FARGO - North Dakota USDA for 2011 SURE benefits before the requirements, producers nmst have Farm Service Agency State June 7, 2013 deadline," he said. obtained a policy or plan of insur- Executive Director Aaron Krauter To qualify for a SURE payment,ance for all insurable crops through says producers can enroll in the the producer's operation must be the Federal Crop Insurance Supplemental Revenue Assistance located in a county that was Corporation and obtained Payments (SURE) program for declared a disaster for 2011 and Noninsured Crop Disaster 2011 crop year losses beginning have at least a 10percent production Assistance Program .(NAP) cover- Oct. 22, 2012. loss that affects one crop of eco- age on non-insurable crops, if avail- Under the 2008 Farm Bill, nomic significance. Producers with able, from FSA. Eligible farmers SURE authorizes assistance to agricultural operations located out- and ranchers who meet the defini- farmers and ranchers who suffered side a disaster county are eligible tion of a socially disadvantaged, crop losses caused by natural disas- for SURE benefits if, they had a pro- limited resource or beginning ters occurring through Sept. 30, duction loss greater or equal to 50 farmer or rancher do not have to 2011. percent of the normal production on meet this requirement. Forage crops "Eligible producers who experi- the farm All counties in North intended for grazing are not eligible enced a 2011 crop loss can contact Dakota either received a primary for SURE benefits. their local county FSA office to Secretarial Disaster Designation or For naore information on SUR~ passes was discussed :Consensus learn more about the SURE pro- were contiguous to a designated program e!igibility requirements, of the board is tO set thdage at 60 for~ gram, stud Krauter: ' All 'eligible cotmty, producm's can Cofitalat !tliSff"-:local a senior:citizenHoffer presentedPaSS:day treatment : farmers and ranchers must sign, up To meet progl'am eligibility FSA office. ' -.~ report. Gaugler presented high school principal report. Both Beach High School and Lincoln Elementary School have received the National Title I Distinguished Schools Award. This is a great honor and great achievement for all of the staff at both schools. Discussion. Hetvik presented superintendent report. Housing assessment information was distributed and discussed. PEP grant for physical education equipment was discussed. Next meeting time was discussed. Makelky called for a motion to adjourn. Motion by Sperry, second by Nunberg to adjourn. Makelky adjourned 6:57 p.m. Robert Makelky, President Misty Farnstrom, Business Manager (October 18) Notice SALE OF OIL & GAS LEASES The Board of University and School Lands will conduct an oil and gas lease auction on Tuesday, November 6, 2012, at 9:00 AM, CT in the House Chambers at the ND State Capitol, Bismarck, ND. For a list of tracts being offei~ltd, visit www.land nd.gov, or call (701) 328- 2800 or write to the ND Department of Trust Lands, Box 5523, Bismarck, ND 58506-5523. AnyOne needing auxiliary aids and services, call Judy at (701) 328-1920 by 10/30/12. 10/5/12 Is/Lance D. 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