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Page 6 February 4, 2010 Notice Notice of Availability Western Area Power Administration (Western), in accordance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and its implementing regulations 36 CFR 800. has prepared a Draft Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to address impacts to a historic property from a Western project. The impacts will result from planned con- struction of a communications struc- ture at Sentinel Butte, in Golden Valley County, North Dakota. The Draft MOA is available for review at the Golden Valley County Library in Beach, N.D., 54 Central Avenue, Beach, ND 58621, and the Bismarck Veterans Memorial Public Library in Bismarck, N.D., 515 North 5th Street, Bismarck, ND 58501, or on Western's Web site at http ://www. wapa.gov /ugp/Environmen t/default.htm. Interested persons are encouraged to provide comments on the MOA. Public comments must be received by Monday, March 8, 2010. Comments will be considered in the development of a Final MOA. To pro- vide comments, contact: Jeff Irwin Regional Preservation Officer 707 N. Bismarck Expressway Bismarck, ND 58501 (701) 221-4526 (fax) Irwin @wapa.gov (February 4) Meeting Notice Notice of Meeting The Annual Meeting of the Central Rural Fire Protection District will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010, 1 p.m. at the new Beach Fire Hall, locat- ed on the north hilt. Beverly J. Wolff Secretary/Treasu rer CRFPD (January 21, 28 and February 4) Notice to Creditors Notice to Creditors In Southwest District Court, Golden Valley County, State of North Dakota, In the Matter of the Estate of Gertrude Kriedemann, Deceased. Probate No. 17-10-P-002 Notice is herby given that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above- named Estate. All person having claims against said Deceased are required to present their claims within three (3) months after the date of the first publi- cation of this Notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Gene Skoglund, the Personal Representative, at Mackoff Kellogg Law Firm, P.O. Box 10, Beach, North Dakota, 58621, or filed with the Court. Dated this 7 day of January, 2010. Gene Skoglund, Personal Representative Charles J. Peterson Attorney for: Personal Representave Mackoff Bltogg Lw Firm. P. O. Box 10 Beach, North" Dakota ND BAR ID#04009 (701) 872-3731 (January 2t, 28 and February 4) Hearing Notice NOTICE OF HEARING N.D. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION oIL AND GAS DIVISION The North Dakota Industrial Commission. will hold  public hearing at 9:00 a.m, Wednesday, February 24, 2010, at the N.D. Oil & Gas Division, 1016 East Calgary Ave., Bismarck, N. D At the hearing the Commission will receive testimony and exhibits. Persons with any interest in the cases listed below, take notice. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If at the hearing you need special facil- ities or assistance, contact the Oil and Gas Division at 701-328-8038 by Thursday, February 11, 20i0. STATE OFNORTH D,.AKOTA TO: Case No. 11980: (Continued) Application of Whiting Oil & Gas Corp. for an order amending the applicable orders for the Morgan Draw, Beaver Creek, Roosevelt, and Elkhorn Ranch Fields to establish 1280-acre drilling or spacing units consisting of Sections 3 and 10, T.143N. R.103W., Golden Valley County; Sections 5 and 8; and SectiOns 7 and 18, T.143N., R.102W, Billings County, ND, and allowing a horizontal well to be drilled in the Bakken Pool at any location not closer than 500 feet to the boundary of such drilling or.spacing unit s and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 11981: (Continued) Application of Whiting Oil & Gas Corp. for an order pursuant to NDAC 43- 02-03-88.1 pooling all interests in three spacing units for the Morgan Draw, Beaver Creek, Roosevelt, or Elkhorn Ranch-Bakken Pools described as Sections 3 and 10, T.143N., R.103W., Golden Valley County; Sections 5 and 8; and Sections 7 and 18, T.143N., R.102W., Billings County, ND, authorizing the recovery of a risk penalty in accor- dance with NDCC 38-08-08 and such other relief as is appropriate. Signed by, John Hoeven, Governor Chairman, ND Industrial Commission (February 4) Hearing Notice NOTICE OF HEARING ' N.D. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OIL AND GAS DIVISION The North Dakota Industrial Commission will hold a public hearing at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, February 24, 2010, at the N.D. Oil & Gas Division, 1016 East Calgary Ave., Bismarck, N. D. At the hearing the Commission will receive testimony and exhibits. Persons with any interest in the cases listed below, take notice. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If at the hearing you need special facil- ities or assistance, contact the Oil and Gas Division at 701L328-8038 by Thursday, February 11, 2010. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO:Case No. 12116: "Application of Tracker Resource Development II, LLC for an order amending the appli- cable orders for the Little Knife- Bakken Pool, located in Billings, Dunn, and McKenzie Counties, ND, to include Sections 28 and 33, T.147N, R.97W.; Sections 30 and 31, T.146N., R.97W.; Sections 5 and 8; Sections 17 and 20; Sections 26 and 35; Sections 29 and 32, T.145N., R97W.; Sections 5 and 8; Sections 6 and 7; Sections 18 and 19; and Sections 29 and 32, T.144N., R.97W., Dunn County, NDI within Zone III; authorizing the drilling of up to four horizontal wells on each spacing unit in Zone III of the Little Knife-Bakken Pool for which spacing is currently established on the basis of one horizontal well per 1280-acres; authorizing the administrative approval of setbacks less than 500 feet from the boundary of the spacing unit where necessary due to topographic condi- tions, and such other relief as is appro- priate. Case No. 12126: Application of Whiting Oil & Gas Corp. for an order amending existing orders for the Elkhorn Ranch-Bakken Pool to estab- lish one 1280-acre spacing unit con- sisting of all of Sections 30 and 31, T.143N., R.101W.; and one 960-acre spacing unit consisting of all of Section 8 and the W/2 of Section 9, T.143N., R102W., Billings County, ND, and allowing a horizontal well to be drilled thereon at any location not closer than 500 feet to the boundary of the spac- ing unit, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 12127: Application of Whiting Oil & Gas Corp. for an order pursuant to NDAC 43-02-03-88.1 pooling all interests in a spacing unit for the Elkhorn Ranch-Bakken Pool, all of Section 8 and the W/2 of Section 9, T.143N., R.102W., Billings County, ND, and such other relief as is appro- priate Case No. 12128: Application of Whiting Oil & Gas Corp. for an order pursuant to NDAC 43-02-03-88.1 pooling all interests in a spacing unit for the Elkhorn Ranch-Bakken Pool, Sections 30 and 31, T.143N., R.101W., Billings County, ND, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 12131: Application of Whiting Oil & Gas Corp. for an order amending the applicable orders for the St. Demetrius-Bakken Pool to include fifty-one 1280-acre spacing units with- in Zone II, Sections 1 and 12; Sections 2 and 11; Sections 3 and 10; Sections 4 and 9; Sections 13 and 24; Sections 14 and 23; Sections 16 and 21, T.140N., RAOOW., Billings County; Sections 5 and 8; Sections 6 and 7; Sections 17 and 20; Sections 18 and 19; Sections 29 and 32; Sections 30 and 31, T.140N., R.98W.; Sections 1 and 12; Sections 2 and 11; Sections 3 and 10; Sections 4 and 9; Sections 5 and 8; Sections 6 and 7; Sections 13 and 24; Sections 14 and 23; Sections 15 and 22; Sections 16 and 21; Sections 17 and 20; Sections 18 and 19; Sections 25 and 36; Sections 26 and 35; Sections 27 and 34; Sections 28 and 33; Sections 29 and 32; Sections 30 and 31, T.140N,, R99W.; Sections 18 and 19; Sections 30 and 31, T.139N., R98W.; Sections 1 and 12; Sections 2 and 11; Sections 3 and 10; Sections 6 and 7; Sections 8 and 9; Sections 13 and 24; Sections 14 and 23; Sections 15 and 22; Sections 25 and 36; Sections 26 and 35; Sections 27 and 34, T.139N, R99W.; Sections 3 and 10; Sections 4 and 9; Sections 5 and 8; Sections 6 and 7; T.138N., R.98W.; Sections 1 and 12; Sections 2 and 11; and Sections 3 and 10, T.138N., R.99W, Stark County, ND, and allowing a horizontal well to be drilled on each such drilling or spacing unit at any location not closer than 500 feet to the boundary of the unit, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 12136: Application of Whiting Oil & Gas Corp. for an order establishing three 1280-acre drilling units consisting of Sections 2, T. 141 N., R.101W. and 35, T.142N.,R.101W.; Sections 1, T.141N., R.101W. and 36, T.142N., R.101W.; and Sections 24 and 25, T.142N., R.101W., Billings County, ND, and allowing a horizontal well to be drilled in the Bakken Pool at any location not closer than 500 feet to the boundary of each drilling unit, and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 11980: (Continued) Application of Whiting Oil 81 Gas Corp. for an order amending the applicable orders for the Morgan Draw, Beaver Creek, Roosevelt, and Elkhorn Ranch Fields to establish 1280-acre drilling or spacing units consisting of Sections 3 and 10, T.143N., R.103W., Golden Valley County; Sections 5 and 8; and Sections 7 and 18, T.143N., R.102W, Billings County, ND, and allowing a horizontal well to be ddlled in the Bakken Pool at any IocationPjot closer than 500 feet to the boundary of such drilling or spacing units and such other relief as is appropriate. Case No. 11981: (Continued) Application of Whiting Oil,& Gas Corp. for an order pursuant to NDAC 43- 02-03-88.1 pooling all interests in three spacing units for the Morgan Draw, Beaver Creek, Roosevelt, or Elkhorn Ranch-Bakken ." Pools described as Sections 3 and 10, T.143N., R.103W., Golden Valley County; Sections 5 and 8; and Sections 7 and 18, T.143N., R.102W., Billings County, ND, authorizing the recovery of a risk penalty in accor- dance with NDCC 38-08-08 and such other relief as is appropriate. Signed by, John Hoeven, Governor Chairman, ND Industrial Commission (February 4) Hearing Notice NOTICE OF HEARING N.D. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OIL AND GAS DIVISION The North Dakota Industrial Commission will hold a public hearing at 9:00 a.m. Thursday, February 25, 2010, at the N.D. Oil & Gas Division, 1016 East Calgary Ave., Bismarck, N. D. At the hearing the Commission will receive testimony and exhibits. Persons with any interest in the cases listed below, take notice. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If at the hearing you need special facil- ities or ass&tance, contact the Oil and Gas Division at 701-328-8038 by Friday, February 12, 2010. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO:Case No. 12176: Application of XTO Energy Inc. for an order amend- ing the field rules for the Morgan Draw- Bakken Pool to create and establish a 1280-acre spacing unit comprised of Sections 5 and 6, T.143N., R.102W., Billings County, ND, authorizing the drilling of one horizontal well on each spacing unit, and such other relief as is appropriate. Signed by, John Hoeven, Governor . Chairman, ND Industrial Commission (February 4) Beach City Council BEACH 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 Losinski at 7:00 pm on January 19, 2010. Present when the meeting was called to order was Council Perry Stockwell, Jeanne Larson, Mark Benes, Tim Marman, PWS Dell Beach, Public Works Kent Shaw, City Auditor Kimberly Nunberg, guests AI Begger and Emanuel Culman. AI Begger representing Power Fuels discussed purchasing water from the city for oil well fracking. Walworth joined the meeting at 7:20. PWS Beach and Nunberg will corre- spond with Southwest Water Authority regarding the request for additional water. Emanuel Culman presented docu- mentation on a Wastewater Backup Claim in the amount of $2,799.52 which occurred in September at his residence. Discussion. Marman moved to amend the Wastewater Backup Fund to include an expense of $2,203.50 and pay thi claim as dis- cussed, second by Walworth. Motion carried unanimously. Marman moved to rescind City Ordinance 14.0701 and 14.0702, second by Walworth. Motion carried unanimously. The First Reading of Ordinance 367 which will rescind City Ordinance 366 Section 14.0701 and 14.0702 will be available at the next meeting. A request from the Beach Post Prom for $500 of Community Enhancement Funds was reviewed. Stockwell moved to approve request, second by Benes. Motion carried unanimously. Nunberg provided fur- ther information on the Prescription Drug Discount Program offered by the National League of Cities. Walworth ' moved to enroll in the Prescription Drug Discount Program, second by Larson. Motion carried unanimously. PWS Beach provided video infor- mation on the most recent sewer cleaning done by PACE Construction. on 2nd Avenue SE between 4th and . 5th Street. No other business was brought forward. Marman moved to adjourn, second by Larson. Motion carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 8:30 pm. Walter Losinski, Mayor ATTEST: Kimberly Nunberg, City Auditor (February 4) WE ARE GLOBAL. WEARE IN GOOD COMPANY. WE SERVE WHERE WE LIVE. We are Lions. Over the top This dog in Sentinel Butte can now cross over the top of a hedge, thanks to the recent bliz- zard. (Photo by Jane Cook) ja, ARP's Tax-Aide offices ready AARP Tax-Aide sites in North Dakota are open and ready to help this tax season. AARP Tax-Aide is the nation's largest, free, volunteer- run tax preparation service, where volunteers commit their time and talents. This service is available to mid- die- and low-income taxpayers of all ages with special attention to those 60 and older. You do not have to be an AARP member to take advantage of this free service, said Muriel Peterson of Bismarck, vol- unteer state coordinator of Tax-Aide in North Dakota. Communities with Tax-Aide offices include: - Dickinson Area Public Library, 1-4 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. AARP Tax-Aide sites are open through the April 15 tax deadline. For more information call toll-free 888-227-7669. t-lamm reports $7.58 million recovered BISMARCK - North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm reports that $7,578,230.11 was recovered or saved tk)r North Dakota citizens in 2009. This number represents money recovered on behalf of North Dakotans through the Insurance Department's hotline, through com- plaints tiled by consumers against insurance companies and agents, and through investigations per- formed by the Department. It also includes benefits received through the Department's State Health Insurance Counseling (SHIC) and Prescriptio n Connection (PC) pro- grams. [00akota College Honor Roll announced BOTTINEAU - Dakota College at Bottineau has announced its fall semester Dean's List and Honor Roll. Students earning a 3.5 grade point average or higher are placed on the Dean's List. Students must be enrolled for 12 credits or more to earn these honors. From our area, the student who qualified for the Dean's List was Kayla Begger of Beach. THE WORD AROUND TOWN IS TI.IAT CITY COUNCIL NEIV00EI:LS VOTED LAST MONTH TO OIVE ELVES 518 'PAY RAISES. THAT'S .IUST NOT TRUE. 140W DO 00F.CAUSE YOU KNOW;:) I JAAVE T00AE ST"R,41G#7 FACTS. All cities, schools and counties in North Dakota are required to publish the minutes of their meetings in the newspaper. It is fundamental to informing citizens about what their elected officials are doing. It also helps minimize rumors and misconceptions about local public entities. In short, it's good government. Yet, there are continuing legislative threats to diminish or eliminate this important information. What can you do? Tell your legislators you support the publication of government public notices. GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS 00s00Lu,cs Coum pm,m This message provided by this newspaper and North Dakota Newspaper Association.