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March 22, 2018 Golden Valley News Page 5 Hearing Notice NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR FORMALPROBATE OF WILL ANDAPPOINTMENTOFPERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE Bryan Van Grinsven lID//05357) bvangrinsven @ mcgeelaw.com McGEE, HANKLA & BACKES, P.C. 2400 Burdick Expy. E Suite 100 P. O. Box 998 Minot, ND 58702 0998 (701) 852 2544 Attorneys for: Petitioner Probate No. 17-2018-PR-00004 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, STATE QF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Bever- JeY J. Ringwald a/k/a Beverly J. Ring- wald, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Gayle A. Burnett has filed herein a Pe- tition for Formal Probate of Will and Ap- pointment of a Personal Representative of the Estate of Beverley J. Ringwald aJk/a Beverly J. Ringwald, deceased. A hearing has been set upon said petition on the 26th day of April, 2018, at 8:30 a.m at the Courtroom of the above named Court in the City of Beach, County of Golden Valley, State of North Dakota. Dated this14th day of March, 2018. BY: Bryan Van Grinsven lID #05357) OF: McGEE, HANKLA & BACKES, P.C. 2400 Burdick Expy. E Suite 100 P.O. Box 998 Minot, ND 58702-0998 ATTORNEYS FOR THE PETI- TIONER (March 22, 29 and April 5) Notice Financial Statements Notice The Financial Statements for Golden Valley County for the Fiscal Yearended December 31,2017 are on file in the County Auditor's Office at Beach, ND, and are available for public review during normal business hours. Statements of Revenues, Expenditures, Transfers and Fund Balances are in- cluded. (March 22) Billings County School District BILLINGS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 Minutes of Special Meeting February 28, 2018 OFFICIAL MINUTES A special meeting of the Billings C0~L~, Schg0i Board was ~al~.di-t0 order at 'l!10'i~.rn. MT, Wednesday, Please support your local merchants! February28, 2018, at DeMores School in Medora. Present were JoeyKessel, Stacey Kessel, Mike Klatt, Julie Reis, Principal Shae Peplinski, Assistant Prin- cipal Danielle O'Brien, and Business Manager Tammy Simnioniw. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss certified staff negotiations strat- egy. Joey Kessel asked that a motion be made in order to discuss negotiations strategy in executive session according to NDCC 44-04-19.1. Klatt moved, Reis seconded to discuss the topic in execu- tive session rather than in an open meeting. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. Joey Kessel stated that, the execu- tive session will be recorded and all members of the governing body are re- minded to limit their discussion during the executive session to the announced topic. The prohibition on taking final ac- tion during the executive session does not apply to providing guidance or in- structions to our negotiators. Joey Kessel stated that the board anticipated adjourning the executive session and reconvening the open por- tion Of the meeting at approximately Farm Credit Services of Mandan www.farmcreditmandan.com 3:00 p.m. The Minutes will show that the ex- ecutive session began at 1:12 p.m. and was attended by Joey Kessel, Stacey Kessel, Mike Klatt, Julie Reis, Principal Shae Peplinski, Assistant Principal Danielle O'Brien, and Business Man- ager Tammy Simnioniw. The meeting reconvened in open meeting 2:30 p.m. Stacey Kessel moved, Klatt sec- onded, to adjourn. All were in favor. The meeting adjourned at 2:31 p.m. Joey Kessel, Vice President Tammy Simnioniw, Business Man- ager (March 22) Golden Valley County Commission BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS February 28, 2018 10:00 A.M. Chairman Troy Tescher called the meeting to order. Commissioners Don- ald Maus and Dennis Dietz were pres- ent along with Road Foreman Pete Wirtzfeld and Chuck Horter from NDACo. Commissioner Maus made a motion to accept the agenda as is and Com- missioner Tescher seconded. Motion carried. The purpose of this special meeting was to discuss hiring personal in the road department. Horter presented the Board with his Road Department Structure with key positions and the position considera- tions. After much discussion Commis- sioner Dietz made a motion to keep Pete Wirtzfeld in his current position of Road Superintendent/Foreman and to hire a Road Equipment Operator and the starting salary will be $20/hour with an opportunity for a pay increase after a 6 month probation period and Commis- sioner Maus seconded. Motion carried. Chuck Horter will help with develop- ment of the ad and it was agreed to ad- vertise in the Dickinson Press and Golden Valley County News. Horter will also work with Auditor Sperry to update the employment application and to as- sist with compiling interview questions. Commissioner Dietz made a motion to adjourn and Commissioner Maus seconded. Motion carried. Chairman Tescher declared the meeting ad- journed at 11:4OA.M. (March 22) Notice NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) will receive bids for the construction of the following project(s): Job No.: 2 Project No(s).: BRO-0017(019) Length: 0.131 Type: STRUCTURE REPLACE- MENT County(s): GOLDEN VALLEY Co Location: 17 MILES NORTH AND 1 MILE EAST OF BEACH Job No.: 35 Project No(s).: SS-5-016(027)076 Length: 19.392 Type: MILL, HMA, & UNDERSEAL County(s): GOLDEN VALLEY Co Location: ND 16 FROM BEACH, NORTH TO 2 MILES NORTH OF BEAVER CREEK Job No.: 40 Project No(s).: IM-5-094(123)012 Length: 0.001 Type: BRIDGE DECK OVERLAY County(s): GOLDEN VALLEY Co Location: 1-94 FROM 11 MILES EAST TO 17 MILES EAST OF JCT ND 16, EASTBOUND RDWY Bids will be received via the Bid Ex- press on-line bidding exchange at www.bidx.com until 09:30AM, April 13, 2018. Bids will be opened at that time at the NDDOT building on the capitol grounds in Bismarck and the bid results will be distributed and posted online at https:llwww.dot.nd.govlbusinesslbid- info,htm approximately 30 minutes after bids are opened The proposal forms, plans, and specifications are available on the NDDOT website at http://www.dot.nd.gov and may be in- spected at the Construction Services Division, 608 East Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, North Dakota. All bidders not currently prequalified with NDDOT must submit a Contrac- tor's Prequalification Statement (SFN 9384) to the Department at least ten (10) business days prior to the bid opening. The form can be found on the N DDOT website. NDDOT reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, waive technical- ities, or to accept such as.may be de- termined in the best interests of the state. For disability/language assistance, Requested by:~ . :. ~ : - .~ ~- Thomas K. Sorel, Director North Dakota Department of Trans- portation (March 22) Notice NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) will receive bids for the construction of the following project(s): Job No.: 1 Project No(s).: TAC-0004(055) Length: 0.294 Type: CONCRETE SHARED USE PATH, AGGREGATE BASE, GRAD- ING, & INCIDENTALS County(s): BILLINGS Co Location: MEDORA CAMP- GROUND ROAD FROM PACIFIC AV- ENUE, NORTH 0.94 MILES Job No.: 54 Project No(s).: BRI-5-094(124)024 Length: .001 Type: BRIDGE DECK OVERLAY, APPROACH SLAB REPAIR, CPR, GUARDRAIL, & BRIDGE RAIL RETROFIT County(s): BILLINGS Co Location: 1-94, WEST MEDORA IN- TERCHANGE, BOTH ROADWAYS Bids will be received via the Bid Ex- press on-line bidding exchange at www.bidx.com until 09:30AM, April 13, 2018. Bids will be opened at that time at the NDDOT building on the capitol grounds in Bismarck and the bid results will be distributed and posted online at https://www.dot.nd .gov/business/bid- info.htm approximately 30 minutes after bids are opened. The proposal forms, plans, and specifications are available on the NDDOT website at http://www.dot.nd.gov and may be in- spected at the Construction Services Division, 608 East Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, North Dakota. All bidders not currently prequalified with NDDOT must submit a Contrac- tor's Prequalification Statement (SFN 9384) to the Department at least ten (10) business days prior to the bid opening. The form can be found on the NDDOT website. NDDOT reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, waive technical- ities, or to accept such as may be de- termined in the best interests of the state. For disability/language assistance, call 701-328-2978. Requested by: Thomas K. Sorel, Director NoRh Dakota Department of Trans- portation (March 22) Beach School Board PROCEEDS OFTHE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BEACH SCHOOL BOARD Unofficial Minutes Subject to Review and Revision of the Board March 14, 2018 6:00 p.m. Room 11 Members present were Robert Sperry, Mark Lund, Carrie Zachmann, Misty Farnstrom, and Dave Wegner. Kimberly Gaugler, Mike Van Horn, Wayne Heckaman, Chris Kittleson, and Lynn Swanson were absent. Vice President Sperry called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. No visi- tore were present. Sperry reviewed the agenda. Con- sensus of the board approved the agenda. Farnstrom presented February 14, 2018 regular meeting minutes. Motion by Lund second by Zachmann to ap- prove minutes. Motion carries unani- mously. Farnstrom presented general fund, activity fund, food service fund, manual general fund, manual activity fund, and February payroll. Discussion. Motion by Zachmann, second by Lund to approve all bills and payroll. Roll call vote carries unanimously. 42486 AC Supply Co 22-67 42487 AmeriPride Services Inca 47.62 42488 AT&T Mobility 50.07 42489 Beach Food Center 953.84 42490 Leanne Benes 97.50 42491 Beulah School District No 27 195.00 42492 Bio Corporation 223.26 42493 Boss Office and Computer Products Inc.1370.00 42494 Charlene Bostyan17.44 42495 CASCIO 61.32 42496 Cenex Fleetcard/CHS Inc. 459.95 42497 Chi St. Joseph's Health Clinic 250.00 42498 City of Beach 900.38 42499 Corner Market/NFL Associates, Inc. 51.48 42500 D & E Supply Company, Inc. 93.55 42501 Dakota Dust-Tex, Inc. 188.85 42502 Days Inn of Bismarck 230.00 42503 Dickinson High School 115.00 42504 Discount 2-Way Radio 1021.98 42505 Elite Card Payment Center 1781.06 42506 Fairfield Inn Of Fargo 360.00 42507 Farmers Union Oil Corp. 3102.87 42508 Forum Communications Company- 12 112.00 42509 Golden Valley News/Billings Co. Pioneer/ALBN Inc. 512.84 42510 Harlow's Bus Sales, inc.430.80 42511 Hartley's School Buses, Inc. 279.00 42512 Wayne Heckaman 64.20 42513 Innovative Office Solutions 195.93 42515 Kids Behavioral Health of Alaska, Inc. 5320.00 42516 Mandan Public School District #1 45.00 42517 Karen J. Maus 97.50 42518 Rhonda McKinney 34.88 42519 MDU Resources Group, Inc. 8734.49 42520 Mid-American Research Chemical Corp. 181.97 42521 Midstate Communications, Inc. 825.01 42522 MNJ Technologies: '- 'Direct Inc. 426.50 42523 NCS Pearson, Inc. 118.00 42524 NDACS Spelling Bee 60.00 42525 NDIAAA 175.00 42526 NDSAA 80.00 42527 Northwest Tire, Inc. 407.84 42528 Olsons Service LLC 858.78 42529 Prairie Lumber Corp. 321.46 42530 Preble Medical Services 91.00 42531 Productivity Plus Account 959.25 42532 Radisson Hotel 753.30 42533 RDJ Specialties, Inc. 178.32 42534 Red Rock Sporting Goods Corp. 202.95 42535 Region X Music, Speech and Drama Admin60.00 42536 Renaissance Learning, Inc. 2118.50 42537 RESP 817.58 42538 Richardton-Taylor Public School Diet//34135.00 42539 Lori Rising 13.91 42540 Rohan Hardwa~re 323.51 42541 School Specialty Payments 86.60 42542 Robert Sperry 1176.92 42543 Devin Steele 245.00 42544 Super Duper School Company 257.56 42545 Lynn Swanson 304.35 42546 Trinity High School 35.00 42547 Trucks of Bismarck, Inc. 65.85 42548 USPS Postmaster 116.00 42549 WaI-Mart Stores, Inc. 106.84 42550 David Wegner 55.96 42551 Traci Weinreis 90.59 42552 West River Student Services 5866.30 42553 Westlie Truck Center Corp. 1251.29 42554 Wex Bank 340.65 42555 Carolyn Zook 209.70 3516 Alzheimer's Association MN-ND 152.00 3517 Beach Food Center37.72 3518 Beach Public School District #3 225.00 3519 Beach School Book Fair 138.83 3520 Braun Distributing-Queen City Candy 152.81 3521 Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Dickinson 180.00 3522 Country Meats 1691.00 3523 Elite Card Payment Center 354.53 3524 Fairfield Inn of Fargo 180.00 3525 Farmers Union Oil Corp. 351.94 3526 Lincoln Education 103.71 3527 Logo Magic 432.00 3528 ND FFA Foundation Inc. 260.00 3529 NDSAA 320.00 3530 OTC Brands, Inc. 61.93 3531 Prairie Lumber Corp. 83.80 3532 Scholastic Book Fairs 2165.53 3533 Loni Thilmony 59.94 3534 Germaine Ueckert 38.45 3535 Miranda Weinreis 100.00 3536 Wild Vines Market LLC 124.75 7269 Beach Food Center 112.54 7270 Dean Foods Inc. 942.00 7271 DPI-Food Distribution 463.08 7272 US Foodservice, Inc. 6570.13 9423 Donnell Michels 128.40 9424 James Roberts 128.40 9425 Jeff Bertelsen 128.40 9426 ND School Counselor Assoc. 77.00 9427 Todd Fisher 182.90 9428 Lee Skabo 123.50 9429 Scott Keck 123.50 9430 Robert Sperry 1140.00 9431 Kurt L. Silbernagel 123.50 9432 Scott Keck 123.50 9433 Todd Johns 182.90 9434 Merrill Pearcy 155.65 9435 Donnell Michels 155.65 9436 Calvin Dean 182.90 9440 Todd Johns 123.50 9441 Jason L. Dutke 123.50 9442 Gregory Stack 182.90 9443 Elizabeth Jensen 225.00 9444 NDPSE-Mathcounts 125.00 February Payroll 361397.68 Wegner presented communications. Letter from Post Prom was read. Motion by Zachmann, second by Lund to approve $500 donation. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Wegner did not have public partici- pation to present. Wegner presented personnel. Resignation from Natalie Moen as head girl's golf coach was read~ Mo- tion by Lund, second by Zachmann to approve resignation. Roll call vote car- ries unanimously. Resignation from Aleta Heckaman as high school day treatment teacher was read. Motion by Zachmann, sec- ond by Lund to approve resignation: Roll call vote carries unanimously. Contract for Lacey Madison for 516 volleyball coach was presented. Con- tract for Brooklyn Zachmann as assis- tant track coach was presented. Motion by Lund, second by Zachmann to ap- prove both contracts. Roll call vote car- ries unanimously. Superintendent evaluation for Dave Wegner was presented for ap- proval. Upon review of the superintend- ent evaluations from all board members, the average score in all six areas of evaluation are higher than the satisfactory score required. Motion by Zachmann, second by Lurid to approve the evaluation in the six areas of 1) Goal and Vision Setting 2) Board Rela- tions 3) Human Resource Management 4) Curriculum and Student Support Services 5) Community Relations 6) Operations and Resource Manage- ment. Roll call vote carries unani- mously. Wegner presented facilities and fi- nance. ND Land and Trust Grant list was discussed. Clarification of communicat- ing the costs of the items was dis- cussed. East entrance at the elementary was discussed. High school classroom windows and high school gym windows were discussed. High school railing in the gym was discussed. Wegner presented new business. Open enrollment application from Lacey Wojahn for their student Was pre- sented. Open enrollment application from Diane Noll for their student was presented. Discussion. Motion by Zach- mann, second by Lund to approve both open enrollments. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Driver's education fees were dis- cussed. Consensus of the board is not to increase fees. District copier five-year lease infor- mation for the 2018-2023 school years was presented. Discussion. Lease has decreased in price over the next five years. Motion by Lund, second by Zachmann to approve lease. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Wegner presented policy. Policy DJB - Part-time Teachers and policy KAAA- Visitors in the School were presented for the first reading. Discussion. Motion by Zachmann, sec- ond by Lund to approve first reading of both policies. Roll call vote carries unanimously. PolicyACDA-Acceptable Use was discussed. Consensus of the board is to table policy ACDA. No reports for RESP or RACTC were presented. Farnstrom presented business man- ager report. Wegner presented superintendent report and activities director report. Applications have been received for the janitor position vacated by James Altenberg. Discussion. Boys' basketball and girls' basket- ball seasons have been completed. Pee wee wrestling is having a success- ful season. Track practice has started. Next regular meeting time was dis- cussed. Sperry presented negotiations. Mo- tion by Lurid, second by Zachmann to enter into executive session to discuss negotiation strategy as per NDCC 44- 04-19.1 (9). Roll call vote carries unan- imously. Board entered into executive session at 6:42 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION Sperry called the meeting back to order at 7:23 p.m. Sperry called for a motion to ad- journ. Motion by Lund, second by Zach- mann to adjourn. Sperry adjourned 7:24 p.m. Robert Sperry, Vice President Misty Farnstrom, Business Manager (March 22) Notice Statement of Non-discrimination Goldenwest Electric Cooperative is a recipient of federal financial assis- Valley County that her office serves. tance from the U.S. Department of Agri- There was review of the funds received culture (USDA). from Billings County and the funds that In accordance with the federal civil Stark County receives from Billings rights law and USDAcivil rights regula- County. The memorandum of agree- tions/policies, (JSDA, its agencies, of- ment between Billings, Golden Valley, rices, and employees and institutions Stark Counties and the North Dakota participating in or administering USDA Cooperative Extension Service from programs are prohibited from discrimi- 1986 was reviewed. nating based on race, color, national ori- Discussion was then held with Road gin, religion, sex, gender Foreman Pete Wirzfeld on the shared identity/expression, sexual orientation, West River Road the Countyhas with disability, age, marital status, Billings County. family/parental status, income derived At 1 P.M. the Billings County Com- from a public assistance program, polit- missioners Mike Kasian, Joe Kessel, ical beliefs, or reprisal/retaliation for and Jim Arthaud along with Billings prior civil rights activity, in any program County Road Superintendent Jeff Iver- or activity conducted or funded by son and Billings County Auditor Marcia USDA; not all bases apply to all pro- Lamb met with the Board. grams; remedies and complaint filing Discussion was held on the shared deadlines vary by program or incident, road on West River Road. It was Persons with disabilities who require agreed that Golden Valley County will alternative means of communication for purchase the gravel at $9/CY from program information (e.g Braille, large Billings County out of Cliff Obrigewitch's print, audiotape, American Sign Lan- pit and haul the gravel to the shared guage) should contact the responsible road and Billings County will lay the agency or USDA TARGET Center at gravel and maintain it for the future. (202) 720-2600 (voice and TTY) or con- Richard Volesky with the Golden Valley tact USDA through the Federal Relay County News joined the meeting. Iver- Service at (800) 877-8339. Program in- son and Wirtzfeld will coordinate with formation may be made available in lan- each other to get the project completed. guages other than English. Iverson and Arthaud have the philoso- To file a program discrimination phy to keep a road as it was designed complaint, complete the USDA Program and built and it was agreed to leave the Discrimination Complaint Form lAD- width as is. 3027) found online at Discussion was then held on Exten- www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint filing cu sion Office funding. Currently Billings st.html and at any USDA office or write County is paying 22% of Stark County's a letter addressed to USDA and provide budget and about 9% of Golden Valley all of the information requested in the County's budget. Discussion was held form. To request a copy of the complaint on the programs held in Billings County form, call (866) 632-9992. Submit your from 2013-2017 and the other services completed form or letter to USDA by: (1) offered from the Golden Valley County mail: U.S. Department of Agricul- Extension office. Billings County will ture; Office of the Assistant Secretary discuss at their next meeting about fu- for Civil Rights; 1400 Independence Av- ture funding for Extension services to enue, SW; Washington, D. C. 20250- Golden Valley County. 9410; (2) fax: (202) 690-7442, or: (3) Commission Tescher made a motion email: program.intake@usda.gov, adjourn and Commissioner Maus sec- USDA is an equal opportunity onded. Motion carried. Chairman provider, employer, and lender. Tescher declared the meeting ad- General Manager, Goldenwest Elec- journed at 1:20 P.M. tric Cooperative. (March 22) (March 22) Golden Valley County Commission BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS February 27, 2018 12:00 P.M. Chairman Troy Tescher called the meeting to order. Commissioners Don- ald Maus and Dennis Dietz were pres- ent along with Road Foreman Pete Wirtzfeld and County Agent Ashley Ueckert. Commissioner Dietz made a motion , to accept the agenda as is and Com- missioner Maus seconded. Motion car- ried. ~ The purpose of this special meeting was to discuss County Extension fund- ing and the part of West River Road that is shared by both Billings County and Golden Valley County and to meet with Billings County in regards to these top- ics at 1 P.M. County Agent Ashley Ueckert pre- sented the Board with some population numbers for Billings County and Golden Put Your/Honey / Where Your House Zs! tocal inde~endent A:~Y~,~ strengthen o~r businesses are ~ community your best val~e and our economy The 25th FCS Farm Women's Forum is MARCH 28, 2018- NEW Location SILVER STRENGTH- "Move to improve" Members, watch for the brochure or register online Are you a gardener or producer who would like to extend the growing season? , Join us as we bring information, testimonies and resources about low tunnels, high tunnels and greenhouses. Learn what works and why. Saturday, March 24, 2018 FRE ! lO:OOam - 3:30pm MST 2708 21st Street East I Dickinson, ND Ruffy Fields Vineyard & Winery - Lunch special available for attendees USDA u ~== Roosevelt-Custer "~" Regional Council Rural Development USOA is an equal opportunity provider, employer, end lender GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY EQUALIZATION MEETINGS 2018 ASSESSMENTS TOWNSHIP/CITY DATE TIME LOCATION City of Beach April 2 Beach Civil Twp April 3 Delhi April 4 Henry April 5 City of Sentinel Butte April 9 Sentinel Twp April l0 Lone Tree April l l City of Golva April l 1 Elk Creek April 12 Bullion April 12 Garner April 17 Saddle Butte April 18 Pearl April 19 Unorganized Twps June 5 County Equalization June 5 State Board August 7 7:30 p.m. City Hall 7:00 p.m. Golden Valley Courthouse 5:30 p.m. Golden Valley Courthouse 7:00 p.m. Robert Sperry's 7:00 p.m. City Hall 7:00 p.m. Sentinel Butte Fire Hall 6:30 p.m. Golva Bar meeting room 8:00 p.m. City Hall 3:00 p.m. Golden Valley Courthouse 7:00 p.m. Richard & Pam Knopp's 7:00 p.m. Dan & Sheila Zachmann's 7:00 p.m. Vince & Eleanor Nistler's 3:00 p.m. Doug Mosser Ranch House 1:00 p.m. Golden Valley Courthouse 1:00 p.m. Golden Valley Courthouse TBD State Capitol Signed and dated this 12th day o March 2018 Henry Gerving, Director of Tax Equalization, Golden Valley County