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Golden Valley News February 22, 2018 Meeting Notice Notice of Annual Meeting Golva Rural Fire District's annual meeting is set for March 8, 2018, at 7 p.m. in the Golva Bar Meeting Room. (February 15, 22 and March 1) Election Notice mas. Eve, and December 25 - Christ- mas Day. Resolution 2018-04 designates the courthouse will be open every Monday through Friday during the hours of 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. except Memorial Day through Labor Day it will be open Mon- day through Thursday hours of 7:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M Friday 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon with the exception of holi- days and other declared closings. Resolution 2018-05 designates re- Billings County Rural Fire Protection ,imbursement for expenses of county District will hold its annual board elec- employees and officials in the perform- tion Wednesday, March 7, 2018, at the ance of county duties: mileage 90% of Fryburg Fire Hall at 7:30PM. GSA rate, 1st Qtr. 6:00 A.M. to Noon (February 15, 22 and March 1) $7.00, 2nd Qtr. Noon to 6:00 P.M. $10:50, 3rd Qtr. 6:00 P.M. to Midnight Election Notice =17 5o, 4th Qtr. Midnigh( to 6:00 A.M. (Lodging) 100% of GSA rate. Resolution 2018-06 authorizes the SCHOOL ELECTION NOTICE County Auditor/Treasurer to pay certain miscellaneous expenses such as Notice is hereby given that the an- postage, freight, telephone, regular em- nual election of Belfield Public School ployee payroll and apportionments. District #13, Belfield, ND is set for Tues- Resolution 2018-07 designates the day, June 12, 2018 in conjunction with following depositories for County funds: Stark County election for the purpose of First State Bank of Golva, Choice Fi- electing one rural board member. Any nancial of Belfield, Bank of the person who is a qualified elector of this West/BNP of Beach, and Wells Fargo district is qualified to be a member of Bank of Dickinson. the school board. Candidates must file Resolution 2018-08 accepts the fol- a Statement of Candidacy and a State- lowing pledges of security from the ment of Interest with the business man- named depository banks: Choice Fi- ager's office prior to 4:00 pm on April nancial $80,000,000.00 (Pooled) plus 19, 2018. These forms may be picked $250,000.00 FDIC; Bank of the West up in the business manager's office Io- $31,413,912.00 plus $250,000.00 cated within the elementary school FDIC; and First State Bank of Golva building. $1,624,506.86 plus $250,000.00 FDIC. By order of the Board of Education Resolution 2018-09 authorizes the Belfield Public School County Auditor/Treasurer to invest, rein- Belfield, ND 58622 vest, and redeem Certificates of De- Alice Berger, Business Manager posit and other investments of the (February 22) County. Resolution 2018-10 directs that all Meeting Notice ega, notices be published in the official elected County newspaper, "Billings County Pioneer," and be posted in the NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING Courthouse. Resolution 2018-11 sets the salaries The Golden Valley County Board of for county officials, deputies, clerks and Commissioners will hold a special employees as follows: meeting on Tuesday, February 27th at 12 P.M in the Commissioners Room at The Board of County Commission- the Golden Valley County Courthouse. ers set the following maximum salaries for the positions listed below, on either The purpose of this special meeting is an annual or hourly basis, and which to discuss County Extension funding salaries are exclusive of that official's or and part of West River Road that is shared by both Billings County and employee's health insurance and/or other benefits: Golden Valley County and meet with the Commissioners (3) 25,206.34 Billings County Board of Commission- Auditor/Treasurer/Human ers at 1 PM concerning these topics. Resources 79,667.98 (February 22) Deputy Auditor/Treasurer/'lqtle VI Assistant 1 61,574.83 Billings County Deputy Auditor/Treasurer/Title Commission vl Assistant 2 61,574.83 State's Attorney 69,692.40 Tax Director/Zoning BILLINGS COUNTY BOARD OF Inspector 71,814.00 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Deputy Tax Director/Zoning REGULAR MEETING - Inspector 61,574.83 JANUARY 4, 2018 County Recorder/Clerk of CouWMagistrate 71,814.00 PAYEE CHECK # AMOUNT Blue Cross Blue Shield of N.D. 014142 $3,296.50 N.D.P.E.R.S. 014143 $53,969.75 AmeriPride Linen Service 014144 $136.47 A T & T Mobility 014145 $86.86 B & B Hot Oil Service, Inc. 014146 $820.00 Belfield Automotive Supply, Inc. 014147 $1,824.21 Best Energy 014148 $9,645.75 Billings County Rural Fire District 014149 $44,442.43 Billings County Rural Fire District 014150 $348.31 Billings County School District 014151 $1,500.00 Billings County School District 0141 .~2 $3,567.45 Bound Tree Medical, LLC 014153 $1,392.42 Brooks & Associates, C.E. 014154 $18,064.71 Budd-Falen Law Offices, PC 014155 $5,950.00 Butler Machinery Co. 014156 $168.54 Creative Energy 014157$71.50 Diamond Truck Equipment 014158 $969.00. Domestic Violence & Rape Crisis Ctr. 014159 $54,500.00 Eider Care 014160 $2,000.00 Family Connect Visitation Center 014181 $4,500.00 General Equipment & Supplies 014162 $6,336.88 George's Tire, Ltd. 014163 $1,536.00 Golden Valley County 014164 $6,000.00 Golden Valley Soil Conservation Dist. 014165 $2,500.00 Hartman, Connie 014166 $154.08 Hintz, Dr. Kedon 014167 $12,000.00 Hlebechuk Construction, Inc. 014168 $4,192.50 Iverson, Lester J. 014169 $1.0.00 J P Steel & Supply, Inc. 014170 $448.44 Jamestown Communications, Inc. 014171 $213.00 Just-In Glass 014172 $40.00 Kadrmas, Lee, & Jackson, Inc. Southwestern District Health Unit 014222 ' $~,000.00 Stark County 014223$13,000.00 Stark County 014224$32,623.84 Stark/Billings Soil Conservation Dist. 014225 $7,000.00 Sunrise Youth Bureau D14226 $7,000.00 Tractor & Equipment Co. 014227 $2,763.83 Trevor Johnson Repair 014228 $7,000.00 Verizon Wireless 014229 $2,169.73 Vogel Law Firm 014230 $88.50 West Dakota Oil, Inc. 014231 $3,186.42 Westlie Crossroad Truck Center 014232 $2,682.19 Zoll Medical Corporation 014233 $678.42 Job Service North Dakota 014234 $5,610.22 N.D.P.E.R:S. 014239 $35,951.01 Century Link 014244 $547.86 Consolidated'014245 $44.97 DirecTV 014246 $18.69 Discovery Benefits, Inc. 014247599.75 Information Technology Dept. 014248 $706.55 Medora, City of 014249 $297.62 Reservation Telephone Cooperative 014250 $40.38 Roughrider Electric Cooperative 014251 $4,013.71 Verizon Wireless 014252 $30.06 Visa 014253 $1,076.04 Visa 014254 $1,215.38 The board approved the revenue vouchers for the month of December: Recorder $12,938.80; Zoning $225.00; Court $110.00; Sheriff $54.00. Revenues for materials and/or serv- ices rendered in December: Robertson Metal Recycling $397.80 scrap metal; Dwayne Shypkoski $285.00 water; Leon Armbrust $344.75 scoria & haul- ing; Gregory Water & Energy $87.14; Jerry Redmond $2,580.05 scoria & hauling; Loren & Wendy Kordonowy $227.10 fill sand & hauling; Roosevelt Custer Regional Council $13,000.00 loan payment. WEED SPRAYING: Dutchak Family Trust $419.40, Edwin Cerkoney $128.07, Steve Klym $41.92, 014173 Kasian, Michael E. 014174 $58.38 Killdeer Ambulance Service 014175 $2,000.00 Lamb, Marcia 014176 $38.52 Lawson Products, Inc. 0141775396.13 Matthew Bender & Co Inc. 014178 $241.61 Medora Convention & Visitor Bureau 014179 $17,000.00 Menards - Dickinson 014180 $364.44 MGM Rural Sanitation, LLC 014181 $220.00 Midstate Telephone Company 014182 $1,148.99 Midwest Doors, Inc. 014183 $102.00 Mosser, Douglas R. 014184 $47,938.50 Mosser, Randall 014185 $47,938.50 $18,116.46Kevin Volesky $290.00, Joe Kessel $427.26, USFS $105,000.00. Revenues for the month of Decem- ber: Sheriff $44,557.09 permits; High- way Tax Distribution $17,772.01; Oil & Gas Production Tax $309,970.88; Inter- est $38,026.60; Royalties $27,589.95; Unorganized Oil & Gas Production Tax $62.496.62; EMS $931.96; BLM Min- eral Royalty $83,164.02; Miscellaneous $24.50. Payroll in the foilowing amounts were approved for December: General Fund $153,240.68; Road and Bridge Fund $113,996.21; Weed Fund $5,333.29. With there being no further busi- ness, Kasian moved to adjourn the meeting at 12:30P.M. Arthaud sec- The meeting was called to order at Deputy County Recorder/Wellness Mountain Uniforms 014186 $636.00 onded. All voted aye. 9:00A.M. with Commissioners Arthaud 'Cbdi~difi~t0i' ' 6t;574.83 N~D. A@,s0Ciati0r~of~C~unti~s ~ ' James Arthaud, Chairman ~Attest:-Marcia Lamb, Audito~ and Kasian in attend~arlce,Kess.el was Deputy Clerko~Court/VVeltness 014187:~.' $501102.0~"i - .~ -r,~ - absent. " : Coordinator -:c ~ ' 61,574.83 " - ' (February 2;2). " present during portions of the Sheriff/Emerg. Mgr/Title VI meeting were: Sheriff Pat Flummel, Coordinator(4130) 83,685.59 States Attorney Jay Brovold, Road Su- Deputy Sheriff perintendent Jeff Iverson, Justin Hynd- (Captain) (4131) 69,880.30 man. Chief Deputy Sheriff (4133)69,880.30 Kasian moved to approve the min- Deputy Sheriff (4134) 65,888.16 utes from the December 5, 2017 regu- Deputy Sheriff (4135) 65,888.16 lar and December 20, 2017 special Deputy Sheriff (4136) 65,888.16 meetings. Arthaud seconded. All voted Fire Chief 62,946.34 aye. EMS Director/Paramedic The board reviewed the 2018 (8740) 67,152.41 Billings County Resolutions. After re- EMS Deputy Director/Paramedic view, Kasian moved to approve. (8741) 64,265.39 Arthaud seconded. All voted aye. The Paramedic 3 (8742) 61,083.01 full text of the resolutions are on file in Paramedic 4 (8743) 61,083.01 the Auditor's Office and posted on the Paramedic 4 (8745) 61,083.01 public bulletin board in the Billings Courthouse County Courthouse. Resolutions 2018- Maintenance/Custodian 64,651.15 01 through 2018-11 are as follows: Road Su perintendent80,386.30 Resolution 2018-01 designates the Road Foremen (3) 66,339.76 following appointments: State's Attor- Road Crew 63,156.22 ney-Jay Brovold; Disaster Emergency Road Crew (PartFItime) 28.10/hr Coordinator- Pat Rummel; Magistrate Veteran Service Officer 13,000.00 - Christine (Chris) Johnson; Tax Direc- Weed Control Officer65,279.47 tor/Zoning Inspector/Land Use Coordi- County Agent (Share with nator - Stacey Swanson; Stark County) 8,066.30 Superintendent of Schools Designee - 2 - Co. Agent Assistants (Share Marcia Lamb; Human Resource Coor- with Stark County) 11,789.62 dinators - Marcia Lamb & Pat Rummel; Home Economist (Share Risk ManagerFfitle VI Coordinator- Pat with Stark County) 5;280.00 Ftummel; Custodian - Larry Johnson; Billings County Social Service Veteran Service Officer - Jessica Board Members 50.00/meeting Clifton; Coroner- Dennis E. Wolf, M.D.; After review of the quarterly pledge EMS Director/Paramedic- Keri Klang; report, Kasian moved to approve. EMS Deputy Director/Paramedic - Arthaud seconded. Allvoted aye. Mitch Gilseth; Paramedic - Patty La- Auditor Lamb presented the Billings Paglia; Paramedic - Kyle Michaels; County Employee Policy Manual revi- Paramedic- John McDaniel; Wellness sion. After review and discussion re- Coordinators- Chris Johnson & Kathy garding various policies, Kasian moved Dosch; Consulting Engineers- Kadr- to adopt the revision. Arthaud sec- mas, Lee & Jackson, P.C Interstate onded. All voted aye. The new policy Engineering, Ameritech Engineering, manual will be provided to all current Northern Plains Engineering, Heartland employees. Engineering, and Forsgren & Associ- After discussion regarding a letter ates. from Granite, Re Arthaud moved to Resolution 2018-02 sets regular pursue litigation with the bonding com- monthly meetings of the Board of panyfor Diamond H projects 38th street County Commissioners for 2018 to and 123rd Ave. Kasian seconded. All begin at 9:00 A.M. on the following voted aye. dates unless changes ~/re posted and Tax & Zoning Director Swanson advertised to the official county paper: went over the following permits ap- January 4, February 6, March 6, April 3. proved with conditions from the road su- May 1, June 5, July 3, August 7. Sep- perintendent: tember 4, October 2, November 8, and ARW December 4. Special meetings wil be Roughrider Electric Coop- Section subject to the notice requirement in the 1, 34, 35 and 36-139-100 along High-" Century Code, which is to notify the of- way 10 (Utility line) ficial newspaper and post the meeting PIPELINE notice in the courthouse. Petro-Hunt LLC - Section 2,11,14- Resolution 2018-03 designates the 144-98 along 6th St Sw, 122nd Ave, 8th following holidays when the courthouse St and across 6th Street SW for a tem- will be closed: January 1 - New Year's porary freshwater line Day, January 15 - Martin Luther King Sheriff Pat Rummel went over his Day, February 19 - President's Day, monthly board report. March 30- Good Friday, May 28- Me- Road Superintendent Jeff Iverson morial Day, July 4- Independence Day, and Justin Hyndman from KLJ went September 3 - Labor Day, November over their monthly road reports. 12 - Veterans' Day, November 22 & 23 The following claims were approved -Thanksgiving, December 24 - Christ- for payment: Please support your local merchants! KAL-KOTA 37th Annual Sale Feb. 25,2018 2:oo PM Kist Livestock Mandan,ND 50 Red Angus and Hybrids ~N-:'~ A~sdciatioh of co~ntieg 014188 $8,'756.0~) N.D. Association of Counties 014189 $119.70 N.D. Association of County Engineers 014190 $200.00 N.D. Atmospheric Resources Board 014191 $2,500.00 N.D. Attorney General's Office 014192 $130.00 N.D. County Commissioners Assoc. 014193 $1,280.00 N.D. Cowboy Hall of Fame 014194 $200.00 N.D.P.E.R.S. 014195 $3,085.84 N.D. State Historical Society 014196 $15,000.00 N.D. State Radio Communications 014197 $2,073.70 N.D. State Tax Commissioner 014198 $1,503.54 N.D. state Treasurer 014199 $654.11 N.D. Weed Control Association 014200 $440.00 Nelson International 014201 $86.90 Odell, Frank 014202 $30.55 Parent/Family Resource Center 014203 $1,300.00 Pump Systems, Inc. 014204 $130.30 Range Magazine 014205 $19.95 RDO Equipment Co. 01420651,065.32 Redmond, Perry & Alicia 014207 $44,890.50 Rigging & Tools, Inc. 014208 $700.00 Roosevelt-Custer Regional Council 014209 $5,700.00 Runnings Supply, Inc. 0142105355.41 Service Printers 014211 $476.80 Share Corporation 014212 $195.69 Southwest Business Machines 014213 $265.33 Southwest Crime Conference 014214 $50.00 Southwest Multi-Co. Correction Center 014215 $24,831.33 Southwest Multi-Co. Correction Center 014216 $1,020.00 Southwest Narcotics Task Force 014217 $8,000.00 Southwest Water Authority 014218 $563.22 Southwest Water Authority 014219 $64.52 Southwestern District Health Unit 014220 $50.00 Southwestern District Health Unit 014221 $210.92 Sheriff's report Golden Valley County Sheriff's Office report for January: Agency assist, law enforcement, 1; reckless driver, 1; medical emer- gency, 1: vehicle unlock,i; traffic vi- olation, 1 ; juvenile problem. 1, fraud, 2: recovered stolen vehicle, 1; industrial accident, I; animal prob- lem, I; citizen dispute, 1; criminal mischief, 1: sex offenses, 1; civil standby, 1; abandoned vehicle. 1; overdose, 2; warrant service, 2; weapon offense, 1; traffic hazard, 1; agency assist, medical, 2 Citations - warnings report Within the city: exceeded speed, provide proof of insurance - warn- ing; improper lighting, provide proof of insurance - warning; motor vehi- cle towing sled/rider on public street - warning; failure to yield, provide proof of insurance; wrong direction parking - first warning; Within county: exceeded speed limit, 5; careless driving, 1 Put Your Money Where Your House local indeoenoer#. A:~'~ strengthen our ~OUr OeS~ Value 80d OUt" econc~t~y Have something that may be newsworthy that you'd like to share or submit to the Golden Valley News or the Billings County Pioneer? We won't know about it unless you tell us, and we welcome submitted news items! It's easy. Just give us a call, e-mail your item and a phone number, or mail a photo and the text that goes along with it. Golden Valley News/Billings County Pioneer:" P.O. Box 156, Beach, ND 58621 (701) 872-3755; ollars mu DICKINSON - National Endow- with a committee that will assist in de- ment for the Arts Chah'man Jane Chu veloping a theme for the murals, which has approved more than $25 million in will cover both sides of the underpass. grants as part of the NEA's first major Based on the recommendation of the funding announcement for fiscal year committee, mural artist Guillermo 2018. Included in this announcement Avalos will design and paint the mu- is a Challenge America grant of rals with art student assistance. $10,000 to Western Weilness Founda- The murals will be completed by don Inc. for the purpose of creating fall of this year. public murals on the Highway 22 un- "We are so pleased to have a pro- derpass in Dickinson. fessional artist like Guillermo Avalos "This is one outcome of the two- back in our city," said Fehr. "He is year Bush Foundation Community In- amazingly responsive to input, and novation grant process, and is most recently worked with the city in response to an indicated desire'by and Fire Department to create the residents for increased public art," said large mural on the Fire Hall. We are Kris Fehr, executive director of West- also very pleased to have the city of errr Wellness Foundation Inc. "It is Dickinson'scommitment to public art; also a partnership with the city of it is a commitment that allowed us to Dickinson, which is matching the apply for the Challenge America grant." grant and to continue to develop pub- The project will begin this spring, lic art in our community." Soil health workshop scheduled BISMARCK- The public is in- - Joe Breker, farmer, Havana: vited to a soil health workshop Feb. "What I have learned about soil 28 in Bismarck. health in 2017" "Restoring Life in the Soil" is - Ron Kessel, certified crop advi- scheduled for 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. sor, New England: "Utilizing preci- Wednesday, Feb. 28. It will be held sion ag and cover crops to improve in the Bavendick Room at the Na- soil health" tional Energy Center of Excellence - Derrick Dukart, farmer/rancher, on the campus of Bismarck State Manning: "The value of diversity, College. covers and livestock" Featured speakers include Mark Sponsors of the Feb. 28 soil Liebig, a research soil scientist with health workshop include the USDA'sAgriculturalResearchServ- Burleigh County SCD, Morton ice in Mandan. He will talk about County SCD, Dakota Prairies RC&D "Regeneration through diversity." Council and North Dakota NRCS. The special luncheon speaker is This workshop is part of a multi- Ken Miller, the recipient of the 2017 year project called "Healing the North Dakota Leopold Conservation Land," which expands the training Award. The award honors Northand educational programming of Dakota landowner achievement in Menoken Farm, Burleigh County voluntary stewardship and manage- SCD's soil health demonstration site ment of natural resources. Ken and east of Bismarck. For more informa- his wife, Bonnie, operate Miller tion on Menoken Farm and to see ar- Ranch near Fort Rice: ticles and videos of previous Jay Fuhrer, a soil health specialist "Healing the Land" events, go to with NRCS-North Dakota, will con- duct a closing discussion and sum- Registrations to reserve your seat mary. Other speakers and their and lunch are due by 4 p.m. Feb. 20. workshop topics include the follow- To,register. contact Cindy Makedon- - Mark Huso, certified crop advi- 250 -4518, ext. b'r e-mail her at sor, Lakota: "Addressing salinity and soil health in diverse crop rotations" There is no registration charge. community newspapers th" When it comes to knowing what's happening locally, the community newspaper is the pri nary source, according to respondents in a nationwide survey. The community newspaper beats TV, radio and the internet as the No. lJI source for local news :' as well as local shopping and advertising information.