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January 21, 2021 Golden Valley News Page 5 PUBLIC NOTICES , Bids ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed Bids for the construction of the 2021 6th Street Water Main Im— provements will be received by the City of Beach at the office of City Hall, at 153 E Main Street, Beach, North Dakota 58621 until 2:00 pm. local time on Feb- ruary 2, 2021, at which time the Bids re- ceived will be publicly opened and read aloud. .. Bids being mailed or delivered prior to February 2, 2021, can be sent to: City of Beach c/o Ms. Kim Gaugler, City Auditor 153 E Main Street Beach, ND 58621 The Work consists of all labor, Skill, and materials required to properly con- struct the Improvements. Major com- ponents of the unit price contract include: Contract No. 1 — General Construc- tion:. Work generally consist of approx- imately 1,550 linear feet of 8-inch PVC water main installed by horizontal di- rectional drilling (HDD) methods; 450 linear feet of 6-8-inch PVC water main installed by open cut methods; 450 square yards of bituminous pavement removal and replacement along with sub grade and sub base improvements; 675 square yards of gravel; 100 linear feet of concrete curb and gutter; 730 square feet of concrete valley gutter; 85 square feet of concrete driveway; 2 water service connections; 1 water meter; fittings, valves, and appurte- nances; 240 square feet of turf rein- forcement mat; 50 square yards of landscaping and seeding; erosion and traffic control; and temporary water service. All Work shall be done according to the Bidding Documents. The issuing Of- fice for the Bidding Documents is: Ad- vanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc., 1815 Schafer Street, Ste 301, Bismarck, ND 58501, contact per- son is Eric Lothspeich at 701 #221-0530 or email at for all bidding document interpretations and clarifications. Prospective Bidders may examine the Bidding Documents at the Issuing Office on Mondays through Fridays between the hours of 8:00 am. and 5:00 pm, and may obtain copies of the Bidding Documents from the Is— suing Office as described below. Complete digital project Bidding Documents are available at or You may download the digital plan doc- uments for Fifty Dollars ($50.00) by in- putting Quest project #7387341 on the website’s Project Search page. Please contact at 952-233- 1632 or for assis- tance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with this dig- ital project information. The Bidding Documents are available in the form of printed plans and specifications by re- :quest from A528, 1815 Schafer St, Suite 301, Bismarck, ‘ND (701-221- 0530) for a NON-REFUNDABLE charge of One Hundred Twenty Five Dollars and No Cents ($125.00) 'for each set of Plans and Specifications re- quested. Bidding Documents may also be examined at the offices of AE2S in Grand Forks, Fargo and Williston, ND; and Maple Grove, MN, builders’ ex- changes in Grand Forks, Bismarck, Minot, and Fargo, ND, and in Min- neapolis, MN. All bidding document in- terpretations and clarifications shall be . directed to AE2S. Each bid must be accompanied by a separate envelope containing the con- tractor's license and bid security. The bid security must be in a sum equal to five percent (5%) of the full amount of the bid and must be in the form of a bid- der's bond. A bidder's bond must be ex- ecuted by the bidder as principal and by a surety, conditioned that if the princi- pal's bid is accepted and the contract awarded to the principal, the principal, within ten days after notice of the award, shall execute a contract in ac- cordance with the terms of the bid and the bid bond and any condition of the governing body. A countersignatUre of a bid bond is not required under this sec- tion. If a successful bidder does not ex- ecute a contract within the ten days allowed, the bidder's bond must be for— feited to the governing body and the project awarded to the next lowest re- sponsible bidder. The bidder shall be licensed for the full amount of the bid as required by section 43-07-12 of the NDCC. Bids that do not fully comply with re- quirements of NDCC 48-01.2-05 are considered deficient and will be re- sealed and returned to the bidder im- mediately. All Bids will be made on the basis of cash payment for such work and mate- rials. All Bidders are invited to be pres- ent at the public opening of the Bids. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all Bids and rebid the project until a satisfactory bid is received, and fur- ther reserves the right to award the Contract in the best interests of the Owner. The Owner reserves the right to hold the three (3) low Bids for a pe- riod of forty-five (45) days after the date of the Bid opening to complete financial arrangements. Bidders are notified that all applica- ble provisions of the Copeland Act (29 CFR Part 3) apply to this project. Bidders on this Work will be required to comply with the President’s Execu- tive Order No. 11246, as amended. The requirements for Bidders and Con- tractors under this order are explained in the Specifications. American Iron and Steel Section 746 of Title VII of the Con- solidated Appropriations Act of 2017 (Division A — Agriculture, Rural Develop- ment, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2017) and subsequent statutes mandating domestic preference applies an American Iron and Steel requirement to this project. All iron and steel prod- ucts used in this project must be pro- duced in the United States. The term “iron and steel products” means the fol- lowing products made primarily of iron or steel: lined or unlined pipes and fit- tings, manhole covers and other munic- ipal castings, hydrants, tanks, flanges, pipe clamps and restraints, valves, 1 i structural steel, reinforced precast con- crete, and Construction Materials. The following waivers apply to this Contract: De Minimis Minor Components, and Pig iron and direct reduced iron. Dated this 18th day of November 2020. By: lsl Jeanne Larson, Mayor Beach, ND (January 7, 14 and 21) Hearing Notice NOTICE OF ZONING HEARING The Golden Valley County Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on Monday, January 25, 2021 at 3:00 PM in the Commissioners Room at the Golden Valley County Courthouse in Beach, ND. The purpose of the hearing is toreview and make a recommenda- tion to the Board of County Commis- sioners regarding the following items: McKenzie Electric Cooperative (MEC)’s application for a Conditional Use Permit for four single-phase over- head power lines in existing corridors in Sections 3-144-105, 9—144-105, 10- 144-105, 14-144-105, 15-144—105, 21- 144-105, 22-144-105, 23-144-105, 25-144-105, 26-144-105, 27-144-105, 28-144-105, and 29-144-105. McKenzie Electric Cooperative (MEC)’s application for a Conditional Use Permit to rebuild a power line along Blacktail Road in Sections 7-144-104, 8-144-104, 14-144-104, 17-144-104, and 18-144-104. The applications are available for re- view during regular office hours at the Golden Valley County Courthouse. Dated at Beach, ND this 8th day of January 2021. Angelina Marman Zoning Director (January 14 and 21) Beach School Board PROCEEDS OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BEACH SCHOOL BOARD Unofficial Minutes Subject to Review and Revision of the Board January 13, 2021 6:00 pm. High School Commons Present: Kimberly Gaugler, Robert Sperry, Mike Van Horn, Mark Lund, Car- rie Zachmann, Misty Farnstrom, Dave Wegner, Taryn Sveet, Lynn Swanso- nand Mike Zier Visitors: Ben Baker, Nicole Baker, Jason Bosserman, Burt Cook and Loni Thilmony Absent: Amanda Anderson President Gaugler called the meet- ing to order at 6:00. p.m., Gauglerrec- ,ognized visitors. ‘ Gaugler reviewed theagendeiflidO tion by Sperry, second by Zachmann to approve agenda. Motion carries unan- imously. Farnstrom presented December 9, 2020 regular meeting minutes. Motion by Lund, second by Van Horn to ap- prove minutes. Motion carries unani- mously. Farnstrom presented general fund, activity fund, food service fund, general fund manual checks, and December payroll. Motion by Sperry, second by Zachmann to approve all bills and pay- roll. Roll call vote carries unanimously. 44759 Admin Partners LLC 225.00 44760 Allard Trophy Company 173.00 44761 Amazon Capital Services 1 ,944.65 44762 American Legion Auxiliary10.00 44763 ARAMARK 252.29 44764 AT&T Mobility v 50.74 44765 BACC 100.00 44766 Beach Food Center 22.13 44767 Amanda Bieber 37.00 44768 Boss Ofice and Computer Products Inc. 1,449.10 44769 Brosz Engineering Inc. 125.00 44770 BSN Sports, LLC 150.00 44771 CDWG 772.20 44772 City of Beach 709.10 44773 Coast to Coast 731.99 44774 Consolidated Communications Inc. 119.00 44775 Hauck Travis 3,101.14 44776 Robert Curl 115.00 44777 Dakota Dust-Tec, Inc. 319.35 44778 Discovery Benefits, Inc. 1,020.00 44779 Farmers Union Oil Corp. 1,869.60 44780 Glen Ullin Public School100.00 44781 Golden Valley News/Billings Co. Pioneer/ALBN Inc. 123.20 44783 Debra Helsper 25.00 44784 Innovative Office Solutions LLC 38.90 44785 J and J Operating, LLC 218.41 44786 Lakeshore 26.56 44787 Lightspeed Technologies Inc. 40.00 44788 Logo Magic 176.00 44789 MDU Resources Group, Inc. 6,611.26 44790 Midstate Communications, Inc. 889.95 44791 The Mix 25.00 44792 ND Council of Educational Leaders Corp. 265.00 44793 ND High School Activities Association 100.00 44794 NEAPROD Inc. 2,000.00 44795 Nelson International, Nelson Leasing Inc. . 1,020.29 44796 Northwest Tire Inc. 517.10 44797 Olsons Service LLC 519.83 44798 Prairie Lumber Corp. 318.59 44799 Productivity Plus Account 8,501.25 44800 Red Rock Sporting Goods Corp. 58.90 44801 RESP 50.00 44802 Reynolds Market 143.75 44803 Rohan Hardware 183.35 44804 Runnings Supply Inc. 164.70 44805 School Specialty Payments ‘ , 534.93 44806 Smart Computers and Consulting LLC 5,868.98 44807 Robert Sperry 1,471.00 44808 University of North Dakota 179.00 44809 David Wegner 325.00 44810 West River Student Services 14,139.27 44811 Wex Bank 70.81 3925 Amazon Capital Services 143.1 9 3926 Balfour . 411 :86 3927 Balfour Big Sky 631.86 3928 Balfour Big Sky 12.75 3929- Braun Distributing-Queen City Candy 590.76 3930 Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Dickinson 700.30 3931 Farmers Union Oil Corp. 240.00 3932 Logo Magic 144.00 3933 Pepsi Cola Bottling Company ‘ 672.35 7444 Beach Food Center 56.19 7445 DPI—Food Distribution 994.91 7446 East Side Jersey Dairy 1,378.29 '7447 Fireman's Company 181.90 7448 Food Services of American of MN-CWD 5,264.35 7449 Southwestern District Health Unit ' 100.00 7450 US Foodservice Inc. 554.60 9787 Daniel Sayler 128.50 9788 Brady Wegh 128.50 9789 Lamont Gaugler 278.90 9790 Randall Dietz 66.00 9791 Jeff Bertelsen 84.00 9792 Merrill Pearcy 84.00 I 9793 Joshua Stickel 89.50 9794 Pete Rising 50.50 9795 Donnell Michels 50.50 9796 Cobe Begger 56.00 9797 Joshua Stickel 134.00 9798 Cobe Begger 123.50 9799 James Roberts 123.50 December Payroll 360,050.89 Wegner presented communications. Letter from post prom committee was read. Gaugler inquired about the 2020 post prom funds. Discussion. Motion by Sperry, second by Van Horn to approve $500 donation. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Wegner presented public partiCipa— tion. - Ben Baker spoke on the mask mandate. Nicole Baker spoke in favor of opening the gym to any number of fans with no mask mandate with an “Enter at Your Own Risk” sign posted. Nicole also discussed the unhealthi- ness of mask wearing. Nicole quoted the first amendment. School board ethics policy was referenced. Discus- sion. Mike Zier spoke on the mandates, governor’s executive orders and doing the best for our kids to be able to par- ticipate in local, regional and state games and activities. Dave Wegner and Taryn Sveet discussed the gover- nor’s executive orders and legislative process. Wegner presented technology. - High 'school technology wish list . was discussed. Motion by Sperry, sec— ond by Lund to approve technology pur- chases from the ESSER grant. Discussion. Roll call vote carries unan- imously. Wegner presented personnel. V - Volunteer agreement for Madonna Oech as 2020-2021 junior high boys' basketball coach was presented. Mo- tion by Sperry, second by Lund to ap- prove volunteer agreement. Motion carries unanimously. Coaching contract for Gustavo Mu- tt0attp',\as_ 5/6 wrestlihg’R’éOach Was pre- sented. Motion by Zachmann, second by Lund to approve contract. MotiOn carries unanimously. - Resignation from Sheila Finneman as assistant cook was presented. Mo- tion by Sperry, second by Zachmann to approve resignation. Motion carries unanimously. Wegner presented new business. - Open enrollment applications from Lance and Rochele Ambo for their three children for the 2020-2021 school year were presented. Motion by Lund, sec- ond by Van Horn to approve application. Motion carries unanimously. - As per NDCC 15..1-16—10 the Beach Education Association (BEA) is petitioning for recognition as the nego- tiating unit for teachers. Motion by Sperry, second by Zachmann to ap- prove recognition. Motion carries unan- imously. Wegner presented old business. - Policies AACA Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, BBC Method of Filling a Board Vacancy, FFH — Student Dress Code, GCAA — Grade Promotion, Retention and Acceleration, GCAB — Grade Ranking and Grade Point Average, GCBA— Grading, GCBB — Student Progress Reports to Parents; KAB-2 — District- Schools Parent & Family Engagement were presented for second reading. Motion by Sperry, sec- ond by Lund to approve second read— ing of all policies presented, and the administrative regulations and exhibits presented. Discussion: Gaugler dis— cussed policy FFH Student Dress Code. Roll call vote carries unani- mously. Wegner did not have a RESP report. Gaugler did not have a RACTC re- port. . Farnstrom presented business man- ager report. ' Securities pledged reports from Western Cooperative Credit Union and First State Bank were presented. Mo- tion by Lund, second by Van Horn to ap- prove securities pledged. Motion carries unanimously. Wegner presented superintendent report. Advertising will begin for an assis- tant cook position at the elementary and a one-on-one paraprofessional at the elementary. - 2021-2022 school calendar, teacher’s convention and administrator convention dates were discussed. - 2020-2021 N&D grant budget ap- proval has not been received from DPI. Discussion. - Evoke Youth Promotions contacts within the community was discussed. COVID quick test was discussed. Sveet presented high school princi-' pal report. - Contract with UND for student mental health services is being ac— cessed and the fees are much less than the prior contractor. Discussion. - Beach students have begun col- lege registrations. Many students will be graduating Beach High School with already earned college credits. Discus- Slon. - New server has been received. Smart Computers is in the process of transferring data from the old server to the new server. , Swanson presented elementary principal report. Christmas concerts were streamed live to Facebook. Outdoor Christmas caroling at the Manor was very suc- cessful. Community response was very positive. ' Elementary was locked down Thursday December 17th. Discussion. - Phone system at the elementary is in need of replacement. Discussion. Zier presented activities director re- port. Finishing the seasons for all sports is priority number one. Following the mandates and rules from the Gover- nor’s executive orders and NDHSAA will continue. Discussion. New athletic camera system re- cently installed was discussed. - Trophy was purchased by the dis- trict for the varsity football team, as NDHSAA is no longer providing tro- phies. Discussion. Next regular meeting will be held February 10, 2021 at 6:00 pm. Gau- gler called for a motion to adjourn. Mo- tion by Sperry, second by Lund to adjourn. Gaugler adjourned 7:22 pm. Kimberly Gaugler, President , Misty Farnstrom, Business Manager (January 21) Beach City Council CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS PUBLISHED SUBJECT TO THE GOVERNING BODY’S REVIEW AND REVISION A regular meeting of the Beach City Council was called to order by Mayor Jeanne Larson on January 4, 2021 at 7:00 pm. Present when the meeting was called to order was City Council Nick Hegel, TIm Marman, Bev Wolff, Andy Zachmann, PWS Randy Dietz, City Auditor Kimberly Gaugler, Engineer Jasper Klein, guests Sarah Ross and Janie Rathbun. r The Pledge of Allegiance was re,- cited. Roll call was taken. Lynn Swanson— Puckett was absent. The Oath of Office was conducted for newly appointed member Sarah Ross. Mayor and City Council wel- comed Ross. Mayor Larson called for any addi- tions or corrections to the agenda. Gau- gler request adding correspondence from US Census 2020 and correspon- dence from Attorney Bouray regarding request on the eradication of pigeons. Minutes Minutes of the meeting on Decem- ber 21st were presented. Wolff moved to approve the minutes, second by Mar- man. Motion carried unanimously. Vouchers Vouchers were reviewed for pay- ment. Wolff moved to approve the fol- lowing vouchers, second by Hegel. Motion carried unanimously. 21582 AE2S $30,469.29 21583 Beach Park Board $5,000.00 21584 Bismarck Tribune $32.00 21585 Bobcat of Mandan ’ $1,250.00 21586 BOSS Office Supply 23:96 21587 CNHIndustrial Capital . r Prod Plus 113.08 21588 Golden Valley County $420.00 21589 Jill Schatz $9.77 21590 MDU . $6,722.36 21591 Randall Dietz ' $40.40 21592 Rohan’s Hardware $298.25 21593 TEAM Laboratory Chemical, LLC ‘ $5,100.00 21594 Verizon Wireless $170.16 21595 Beach Area Chamber of Commerce $100.00 21596 Beach Park Board $2,838.17 21597 Golden Valley County $8,757.00 21598 Jill Schatz $45.00 21599 Kimberly Gaugler $6.95 21600 Midstate Communications 370.78 21601 ND Rural Water Systems Association $130.00 21602 ND Rural Water Users Association $100.00 21603 Stockwell Cleaning $275.00 -88461-88458, 21559-21561 , —88456-88446, 21575-21580 Wages for December $27,636.91 21562 City of Beach 349.75 21563 Unum Life Insurance 49.95 21564 Blue Cross Blue Shield 6536.00 21565 Blue Cross Blue Shield 821.20 21574 USPS 209.63 21581 City of Beach 491.26 -88457 First State Bank of Golva 2,598.42 -88445 First State Bank ‘ of Golva 3,238.54 Public Works Report PWS Dietz reviewed his written re- port. Hegel moved to approve Dietz’ recommendation to remove two loads of tires stockpiled at the landfill, second by Zachmann. Hegel-yes, Ross—yes, Wolff-yes, Zachmann-yes, Marman no. Motion carried. Marman moved to purchase 20 additional sanitation carts, second by Wolff. Motion carried unani- mously. City Council previously ap- proved purchasing a hydraulic breaker using the 2020 General Fund Street Equipment Budget. Dietz reviewed three quotes for a hydraulic breaker. Wolff moved to approve the quote from West Plains Implement in the amount of $7,922, second by Marman. Motion car- ried unanimously. Employee evalua- tions are being completed and will be available before the next meeting. Auditor Report Gaugler reviewed her written report. Engineers Report Engineer Jasper Klein reviewed his written report. All agency approvals for the 2021 Street and Utility Project have been received and a Notice of Award was issued to BEK Consulting, LLC. All USDA Rural Development re- quirements for. the 2021 6th Street Water Main Improvement Project have been met. Zachmann moved to ap- prove Advertising for Bids on the 2021 6th Street Water Main improvement Project, second by Hegel. Motion car- ried unanimously. Committee Report: None given Unfinished Business: Application for Community En- hancement Funds submitted by Beach Park Board Janie Rathbun, Parks Recreation Manager, provided additional informa- tion on the request for $5,000 from the Community Enhancement Fund. Other entities providing donations for the New Playground Equipment Project include City of Dickinson, American Legion, and the Golden Valley County Community Foundation. Marman moved to approve the request of $5,000, second by Zach- mann. Motion carried unanimously. Request from Beach Cooperative Grain Elevator on eradication of pi- geons -. Marman moved to notify Beach Co- operative Grain Company of our legal counsel’s recommendation on their re- quest for eradication of pigeons, second by Zachmann. Motion carried unani- mously. . New Business Heg‘el moved to amend the Budget for Year Ending 2021to include the 2021 DWSRF Water Improvement Proj- ect Fund and following line items, sec- ond by Zachmann. Motion carried unanimously. ‘ Administrative Expenses $5,000.00 Engineering Basic Fees $265,000.00 Other Engineering Fees $70,000.00 Construction $1,030,000.00 Contingencies 205,000.00 . Total project budget $1,575,000.00 Hegel moved to amend the Budget for Year Ending 2021 to include the 2021 USDA RD 6th Street Water Main Improvement Project and following line items, second by Zachmann. Motion carried unanimously. Bond Counsel — $2,750.00 Construction — $427,000.00 Contingency — $43,000.00 . Engineering — Design $17,500.00 Engineering Bidding ‘ $4,000.00 Engineering — Construction $10,000.00 Engineering — RPR $19,500.00 Engineering Post Construction $2,500.00 Total project Budget $526,250 The following resolutions were pre— sented and approved. - RESOLUTION 2021-1 PUBLIC NOTICE .OF REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETING DATES TO BE HELD AT CITY HALL,'BEACH, ND, AND THE HOUR BEGINNING OF MEETINGS WHEREAS, UNDER PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER 40-04.1—05. NDCC, AND CITY ORDINANCE 1.0201 THE CITY COUNCIL HAS DETERMINED DATES FOR REGULAR MEETINGS IN THE YEAR 2021, AND WHEREAS, THE CITY COUN- CIL SHALL OBSERVE DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME DURING THOSE MONTHS DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME IS OBSERVED AND MOUNTAIN TIME DURING THOSE MONTHS MOUN- TAIN TIME IS OBSERVED, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED THAT THE CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS SHALL BEGIN AT 7:00 PM. ON THE FOLLOWING DATES AND MAY ADJOURN FROM TIME TO TIME IF NECESSARY: JANUARY 4 19 FEBRUARYt & 16 MARCH 1 15 APRIL 5 19 MAY 3 & 17 JUNE7*& 21?" H JULYi‘6'&*19' ‘ ‘ AUGUST 2 16 SEPTEMBER 6 & 20 OCTOBER 4 & 18 NOVEMBER1 15 DECEMBER 6 20 HEGEL MOVED TO ADOPT RESO- LUTION 2021-1, SECOND BY WOLFF. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. RESOLUTION 2021-2 ESTABLISHMENT OF DAYS THAT CITY HALL IS CLOSED DUE TO HOL- IDAYS WHEREAS, UNDER THE PROVI- I._.. _.=: SIONS OF CHAPTER 1-03-01 OF ’NDCC AND BY THE ACTIONS OF THE CITY COUNCIL‘TO DECLARE DAYS THAT CITY HALL WILL BE CLOSED, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED THAT CITY HALL WILL BE CLOSED IN OBSERVANCE OF THE FOLLOWING: JANUARY 1 NEW YEARS DAY JANUARY 18 MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY FEBRUARY 15 PRESIDENTS DAY APRIL2 - GOOD FRIDAY MAY 31 MEMORIAL DAY JULY 5 INDEPENDENCE DAY (observ.) SEPTEMBER 6 LABOR DAY OCTOBER 11 COLUMBUS DAY NOVEMBER '11 VETERANS DAY NOVEMBER 25 « THANKSGIVING NOVEMBER 26- IF COUNCIL APPROVES DECEMBER 24 — CHRISTMAS EVE 12PM DECEMBER 25 — CHRISTMAS DAY CITY HALL CLOSING WILL ALSO BE OBSERVED UPON ACTION OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA. HEGEL MOVED TO ADOPT RESO- LUTION 2021-2, SECOND BY WOLFF. . MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. RESOLUTION 2021-3 BUSINESS HOURS AT CITY HALL WHEREAS, THE CITY COUNCIL WILL DETERMINE THE HOURS CITY HALL WILL BE OPEN, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED THAT CITY HALL WILL BE OPEN MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, 8.:00 AM. TO NOON AND 1 :00 PM. TO 5:00 P.M., WITH THE EXCEPTIONS OF HOLIDAYS. HEGEL MOVED TO ADOPT RESO- LUTION 2021-3, SECOND BY WOLFF. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. RESOLUTION 2021-4 REIMBURSEMENT FOR MILEAGE, MEALS AND LODGING WHEREAS, CITY EMPLOYEES MAY INCUR EXPENSES FOR MILEAGE, MEALS, AND LODGING IN THE PERFORMANCE OF CARRYING» OUT THE DUTIES. REQUIRED BY THE CITY, AND WHEREAS, THE CITY AUDI- TOR, UPON BEING PRESENTED WITH DOCUMENTED EVIDENCE AND IS SATISFIED WITH AUDIT OF EXPENSES, MAY APPROVE PAY- MENT BETWEEN REGULARLY SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETING, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED THAT THE CITY ALLOW RE— IMBURSEMENT FOR EXPENSES INCURRED ACCORDING TO CHAP- TER 54-06-09 OF NDCC AS FOL- LOWS: PERSONAL VEHICLE, MILEAGE .56 PER‘MILE $35.00 PER DIEM FOR BREAK- FAST, LUNCH. & DINNER L O D G I N G $86.40 (ACTUAL LODGING NOT TO EX- CEED_$96 PLUS ANY APPLICABLE TAXES) , HEGEL MOVED TO ADOPT RESO- LUTION 2021-4, SECOND BY WOLFF. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. RESOLUTION 2021-5 EXPEDITION OF BUSINESS WHEREAS, IT APPEARS THE BUSINESS OF THE CITY WILL BE EX- PEDITED BY AUTHORIZING THE CITY AUDITOR TO PAY CERTAIN MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS, SUCH AS POSTAGE, FREIGHT, UTILITIES, RE- FUND ORDERS, REGULAR EM- PLOYEE PAYROLL AND APPORTIONMENTS, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED THAT THE CITY AUDITOR BE ALLOWED TO PAY SUCH CLAIMS. HEGEL MOVED TO ADOPT RESO- LUTION 2021-5, SECOND BY WOLFF. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. RESOLUTION '2021-6 LISTING OF DEPOSITORY BANKS WHEREAS, IT IS NECESSARY FOR THE CITY AUDITOR TO DE- POSIT MONIES FROM TIME TO TIME, AND WHEREAS, IT IS NECES- SARY FOR THE CITY AUDITOR TO DRAW UPON THE DEPOSITS, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED THAT THE FOLLOWING BANKS BE NAMES FOR DEPOSI- TORY FUNDS; FIRST STATE BANK OF GOLVA, GOLVA & BEACH, ND: 1 CHECKING ACCOUNT BANK OF THE WEST, BEACH, ND: TREASURY SAVINGS WESTERN COOPERATIVE CREDIT UNION: SAVINGS ACCOUNT HEGEL MOVED To ADOPT RESO- LUTION 2021-6, SECOND BY WOLFF. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. RESOLUTION 2021-'7 PLEDGE OF SECURITIES WHEREAS, IT IS NECESSARY To HAVE PLEDGE OF SECURITIES, ~ NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED THE FOLLOWING PLEDGES BE ACCEPTED: BANK OF THE WEST, BEACH, ND $99,347.00 PLUS $250,000.00 FDIC FIRST STATE BANK OF GOLVA, GOLVA BEACH, ND $1,606,136.00 PLUS $ 250,000.00 FDIC HEGEL MOVED TO ADOPT RESO- LUTION 2021-7, SECOND BY WOLFF. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. RESOLUTION 2021-8 CITY AUDITOR TO INVEST AND REINVEST FUNDS WHEREAS, CITY FUNDS MAY BE INVESTED IN CERTIFICATES OF DE- POSIT OR us TREASURY NOTES TO DRAW INTEREST, ‘ AND WHEREAS, THESE FUNDS I MATURE FROM TIME TO'TIME, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED THAT THE CITY AUDITOR BE AUTHORIZED TO INVEST FUNDS AND REINVEST UPON MATURITY OF CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSITS. ALL CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSITS THAT ARE REDEEMED OR REINVESTED SHALL REQUIRE THE SIGNATURE OF BOTH THE CITY AUDITOR AND THE MAYOR. HEGEL MOVED TO ADOPT RESO- LUTION 2021-e, SECOND BY WOLFF. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. RESOLUTION 2021-9 SALARIES OF HIRED AND AP- POINTED OFFICIALS WHEREAS, THE CITY COUNCIL SHALL SET FORTH SALARIES OF CITY OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES, NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED THAT THE FOLLOWING SALARIES HAS BEEN SET EITHER ON A YEARLY, MONTHLY OR HOURLY BASIS: MAYOR Jeanne Larson $ 5,400.00 YR CITY COUNCIL Nick Hegel $ 3,600.00 YR TIrn Marman $ 3,600.00 YR Lynn Swanson Puckett $ 3,600.00 YR Sarah Ross $ 3,600.00 YR Beverly Wolff $ 3,600.00 YR Andy Zachmann $ 3,600.00 YR v ZONING BOARD ‘ AI Begger $ 1,200.00 YR Leann Allen $ 1,200.00 YR Michelle Marman $ 1,200.00 YR Tom Marman $ 1,200.00 YR Tony Wanner $ 1,200.00 YR PUBLIC WORKS SUPT. Randy Dietz $ 25.63/HR PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEES Bart Bishop $ 24.74/HR Tom Littlecreek $ 20.50/HR SANITATION EMPLOYEE - Loren Martian $ 20.00/HR CITY AUDITOR Kimberly Gaugler $ 57,980.00/Y R DEPUTY AUDITOR Jill Schatz $ 16.91/HR HEGEL MOVED TO ADOPT RESO- LUTION 2021-9, SECOND BY WOLFF. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. Correspondence was read from North Dakota League of Cities regard- ing membership. Thank you correspondence was read from US Census 2020. Sarah Ross provided information about herself and looks forward to being on the City Council. No other business was brought for- ward. Wolff moved to adjourn, second by Marman. Meeting adjourned at 7:50 pm. A'I‘I'EST: Jeanne Larson, Mayor Kimberly Gaugler, City Auditor (January 21)