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Page 4 Golden Valley News March 23, 2017 . Election Notice Notice is hereby given that the an- nual election of Belfield Public School District #13, Belfield, ND is set for Tues- day, June 13, 2017 for the purpose of electing one rural board member for a three year term and one at-large board member for a three year term. Voters will also vote on whether to publish min- utes or not. Any person who is a qualified elector of this district is qualified to be a mem- ber of "the school board. Candidates rfiust file a Statement of Candidacy and a Statement of Interest with the busi- ness manager's office prior to 4:00 pm on April 10, 2017. These forms may be picked up in the business manager's of- rice located within the elementary school building. By order of the Board of Education Belfield Public School Belfield, ND 58622 Alice Berger, Business Manager (March 9, 23, and April 6) Bids ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS CP-17(17)01 GRADING & AGGREGATE SURFACING GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Golden Val- ley County Commission, 150 1st Av- enue SE, PC Box 67, Beach, ND 58621, until 1:00 PM (MT), April 4th, 2017, at which time they will publically be opened and read aloud for the fur- nishings of materials, labor, equipment and skill required for the construction of CP-17(17)01 BELL LAKE ROAD GRADING & AGGREGATE SURFAC- ING and incidental items and, as is more fully described and set forth in the plans and specifications therefore, which are now on file in the office of Northern Plains Engineering. Bids shall be upon cash payment on the following approximate quantities and major types of work: Contract Bond - 1 LS; Remove and Salvage Culvert - All Types & Sizes - 300 LF; Common Excavation - Type C - 75,000 CY; Topsoil - 17,000 CY; Seeding Class Ill- 1.4 Miles; Fiber Rolls 121N - 4,000 LF; Aggregate Sur- face Course CL13 - 6,500 Tons; Mobi- lization - 1 LS; Traffic Control Signs - 500 Units; Pipe Conduit 241N - 350 LF; Flat Sheet for Signs - Type 3A Reflec- tive Sheeting - 25 SF The contract documents are on file and may be examined at the following: Northern Plains Engineering 141 Third Street West Dickinson, ND 58601 Project bidding dbcUments are avail- able in digital,.' .format. at www.questcdn.com.~ .o,~,may down~ load the digital plan documents for $20 by inputting Quest project #4823797 on the website's Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952- 233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for as- sistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information. An optional paper set of project documents is also available for a non-refundable price of $100 per set at Northern Plains Engineering (701:483.1858), 141 Third .Street West, Dickinson, ND 58601. All.bids are to be submitted on the basis of cash payment for the work and materials, and each bid shall be ac- companied by a separate envelope containing the contractor'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 bidder's bond. A bidder's bond must be executed by the bidder as prin- cipal and by a surety company author- ized to do business in this state, conditioned that if the principal's bid be accepted and the contract awarded to the principal, the principal, within ten (10) days after notice of award, will ex- ecute and effect a contract in accor- dance with the terms of this bid and the bid bond as required by the laws of the State of North Dakota and the regula- tions and determinations of the govern- ing body. All bidders must be licensed for the full amount of the bid as required by Section 43-07-05 and 43-07-12 of the North Da'kot~ Century Code. The successful Bidder(s) will be re- quired to furnish Contract Performance and Payment Bonds in the full amount of the contract. Contracts shall be awarded on the basis of the low bid submitted by a re- sponsible and responsive bidder fqr the aggregate sum of all bid item. A single contract will be awarded for the work. All bids will be contained in a sealed envelope, as above provided; plainly marked showing that such envelope contains a bid for the above project. In addition, the bidder shall place upon the exterior of such envelope the following information: 1. The work covered by the bidder. 2. The name of the bidder. 3. Separate envelope containing bid bond and a copy of Contractor's Li- cense or certificate of renewal. 4. Acknowledgement of any Ad- denda. No Bid will be read or considered which does not fully comply with the above provisions as to Bond and li- censees and any deficient Bid submit- ted will be resealed and returned to the Bidder immediately. The project is "a working day con- tract, all work shall be completed within 45 working days with a start date of Au- gust 7, 2017 or from the actual date on- site work is started whichever is earlier. The Owner reserves the right to re- ject any and all bids, to waive any infor- mality in any bid, to hold all bids for a period not to exceed thirty (35) days from the date of opening bids, and to accept the bid deemed most favorable to the interest of the Owner. Should the Contractor fail to com- plete the work within the time required herein or within such extra time as may have been granted by formal exten- sions of time approved by the Owner, there will be deducted from any amount due the Contractor the sum of $1400 per day and every day that the comple- tion of the work is delayed. The Con- tractor and his surety will be liable for any excess. Such payment will be as and for liquidated, damages. By order of the Golden Valley County Commission. Dated this 3rd dayMarch, 2017 GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA /s/ Tamra Sperry County Auditor (March 9, 16, and 23) Bids ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids for the, Golden Valley County Sheriff's Office, 150 1st Ave SE, Beach, ND 58621 will be received at the Golden Valley County Auditor's Office at PC Box 67, Beach, ND 58621 or hand delivered at 150 1st Ave SE, Beach, ND 58621 until the 4th of April 2017 at 10:00 a.m. (local time). All bids received after the scheduled time will be returned to the bidder un-opened. The call for bids consists of a 2008 Ford F150 4x4 Crewcab Truck decom- missioned Sheriff's patrol. Starting bid for the vehicle will be $5001.00. SPECIFICATIONS are on file at the County Auditor's Office at the Golden Valley Courthouse where they may be seen and examined between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday - Friday excluding holidays. The County Auditor will furnish to any prospective BIDDER a copy of such SPECIFICATIONS upon receipt of a request. (March 16, 23, and 30) Meeting Notice Billings County Rural Fire Protection District will have.a special meeting, March 29, at 7 p.m. in the Fryburg Fire Hall. (March 16 and 23) Call for Bids The Golden Valley County Weed Board is calling for bids on the following chemicals and surfactants, in normal usage size containers, quart, 1 gallon, 2 1/2 gallon, or 30 gallon in brand name or generic label. 2-4D Amine Ally Arsenal Banvel Charparral Curtail Escort Fallow Master Widematch Hell Fire LV-6 . ; . Milestone Redeem " Perspective Plateau Tordon 22K Methylated Seed Oil (MSO) Induce (Non-Ionic Surfactant) Brewer 90 (Non-Ionic Surfactant) Hi-Light Dye RoundUp Polaris .. GrazonNext HL GlyStar Plus Bids are to be submitted to: Golden Valley County Weed Board P.O. Box 605 Beach, ND 58621 Or in person by April 4 at 2:30 p.m. at the Golden Valley County Extension Office, or by fax at 701-872-4334. At which time, during the regular meeting, at 2 p.m., April 6, all submitted bids are to be opened and considered. If you have any questions call Pete at 701-872-4123 or Jayce at 701-690- 3231. (March 16, 23, and 30), Billings County Commission BILLINGS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS REGULAR MEETING - FEBRUARY 7, 2017 The meeting was called to order at 9:00A.M. with Commissioners Kasian and Kessel in attendance. Chairman Arthaud arrived at 10:00am. Others present during portions of the meeting were: Sheriff Pat Rummel, Recorder/Clerk of Court Donna Adams, Chief Deputy Sheriff Jason Kastrow, Richard Volesky, Tax & Zoning Director Stacey Swanson, Deputy Tax & Zoning Director Juliana Hammerstrom, Dan Hedrington, Road Superintendent Jeff Iverson, Jen Turnbow, Matt Lindeman, Justin Hyndman, Allan Eberts Kasian moved to approve the min- utes from the January 3, 2017 regular meeting. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. Auditor Lamb went over bond is- sues with Diamond H and discussion of school board issue regarding director districts. Sheriff Pat Rummel went over his monthly board report. There were no zoning applications in the month of January to review. Dan Hedrington from SEH was present to discuss the progress on the Davis Refinery applications to the state: There will be a public hearing with the State Water Commission at the Medora Community center February 8 at lpm. Final submission of the Air permit will be around March 1st with final modeling and permitting through the summer. The water permit is for access of water from the Dakota Aquifer or deeper and no private individuals are drawing water from that source. Auditor Lamb presented invoices for scoria and hauling that are unpaid. She will send out another notice to those in- dividuals. Also, the County Officials Academy with NDACo and the.state legislators will be held March 6"-7. She requested to move the March regular meeting to Wednesday, March 8. The board agreed. Auditor Lamb then discussed the possibility of bringing Federal EEOC training to Billings County to provide training to employees and supervisors on a variety of topics. She will work on putting this together and potentially partnering with other counties or cities. EMS Director Keri Rummel was present to discuss hiring a full time paramedic for 2017. There is money in the ambulance budget to pay for the paramedic. The board approved. Auditor Lamb then presented a bian- nual agreement with the Western Dakota Energy Association (formerly North Dakota Association of Oil and Gas Producing Counties) for uniform permitting. Kessel moved to approve the agreement. Kasian seconded. All voted aye. Road Superintendentlverson went over his monthly report. Matt Lindeman from NDDOT and Jen Turnbow with KLJ were present to discuss the Highway 85 Environmental Impact Study. Public comment was split evenly between the East and West al- ternatives and going through Fairfield. The county will have an opportunity to take an official stance on preferred al- ternative, and the board stated that they would like to have that opportunity. The comments and responses will be re- viewed and then the EIS will be turned into Federal Highway administration and then a public hearing will be held hopefully this summer Justin Hyndman from KLJ was pres- ent for their monthly engineers report. Allan Eberts was present as repre- sentative of the Eberts family. He ques- tioned the full ownership of the Elkhorn Minerals. Chairman Arthaud stated that the commissioners are not mineral law experts and advised them to contact an attorney to determine this. The following claims were approved for payment: PAYEE CHECK # AMOUNT Blue Cross Blue Shield of N.D. 012568 2,861.30 N.D.P.E.R.S. 012569 46,658.69 3D Specialties 012570 276.04 ABC Fencing, LLC 012571 1,41 6.00 Adams, David T. & Donna J. 012572 500.00 Advanced Business Methods 012573 2,650.00 American Stamp & Marketing Products 012574 426.39 AmeriPride Linen Service 012575 710.7'7 Aspen Mills 012576 622.7]" -AT & T Mobility 012577 82.77 Belfield Automotive Supply, Inc. 012578 592.19 Belfield, City of... 012579 263,000.00 Best Energy 012580 3,001.25 Billings County Rural Fire District, 012581 36,237.98 Billings COunty Historical Society 012582 1,874.37 Billings County Pioneer 012583 389.12 Billings County School District 012584 340,728.72 Blue Cross Blue Shield of N.D. 012585 42.70 Bound Tree Medical, LLC 012586 74.80 Brooks & Associates, C.E. 012587 527.00 Butler Machinery Company 012588 5,792.13 Comfort Suites - Bismarck 012589 163.80 Creative Energy 012590 .9.98 Dakota Farm Equipment, Inc. 012591 410.25 Dakota Insurance 012592 91.00 Dan's Interstate Conoco, Inc. 012593 47.05 DF Lighting Company 012594 359.76 Diamond Truck Equipment 012595 1,875.00 Dickinson Heating & Air 012596 292.50 Dickinson Parks & Recreation 012597 200.00 EMS Educators 012598 15O.00 Expressway Suites - Fargo 012599 89.00 Feininger Electric Service, LLC 012600 967.56 Fisher Industries 012601 650.70 General Steel & Supply Co. 012602 57.01 George's Tire, Ltd. 012603 5,275.00 Golden Valley County 012604 37,690.17 Hidden Springs Java 012605 80.00 Hlebechuk Construction 012606 14,904.00 J and J Operating, LLC 012607 9,447.63 Johnson, Joshua Q. 012608 1,000.00 Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC 012609 6,470.00 Kadrmas, Lee, &'Jackson, Inc. 012610 49,300.90 Kasian, Michael E. 012611 83.46 Kastrow, Jason 012612 45.50 Kessel, Joseph L. 012613 87.2t Kohler Communications 012614 200.00 Krebs Machine & Repair 012615 3,058.53 Lyle Signs, Inc. 012616 482.58 Mac's, Inc. 012617 2,12695 MBI Energy Logistics 012618 325.00 MBI Energy Rental, Inc. 012619 1,000.00 Medora, City of... 012620 9,469.98 Menards - Dickinson 012621 680.16 Mid-American Research Chemical 012622 192.42 Midstate Telephone Company 012623 1,061.06 Mountain Uniforms 012624 1,140.00 National Sheriffs? Association 012625 60.00 N.D. 911 Association 012626 50.00 N.D. Association pf Counties 012627 115.92 N.D. Association of Counties 012628 16.00 N.D. Association of Counties 012629 1,105.65 N.D. Association of Counties 012630 200.00 N.D. Association of County Engineers 012631 150.00 N.D. County Recorders Association 012632 200.00 N.D. County Treasurers' Association 012633 200.00 N.D. Cowboy Hall of Fame 012634 200.00 N.D. Emergency Management Assoc. 012635 50.00 N.D. Insurance Department 012636 240.00 N.D. Planning Association 012637 50.00 N.D.P.E.R.S. 012638 4,797.12 N.D. Sheriffs' & Deputies Association 012639 100.00 N.D. State Radio Communications 012640 1,626.12 N.D. State Treasurer 012641 . 6,722.84 N.D.A.C.O. Resources Group, Inc. 012642 2,449.57 N.D. Assoc. of County Superintendents 012643 50.00 NDLTAP - UGPTI 012644 50.00 Nelson International 012645 222.21 Newby's Ace Hardware 012646 252.31 North Dakota One Call 012647 1 t .00 Northwest Tire, Inc. 012648 8,530.35 O'Brien Oilfield Service, LLC 012649 228.25 Off Road Software, Inc. 012650 695.00 PCSinet 012651 388.00 Pitney Bowes Global 012652 378.27 Postmaster 012653 52.00 Prairie Excavation, LLC 012654 918.50 Pump Systems, Inc. 012655 124.07 Ray's Auto Electric, Inc. 012656 445.65 RDO Trust 80-5800 012657 1,93527 Rigging & Tools, Inc. 012658 2,603.40 Rockmount Research & Alloys 012659 613.69 Rummel, Keri 012660 63.00 Rummel, Patrick 012661 .... 45.50 RunnJngs Supply, Inc ....... 012662 179.76 S~tnford Inpatient Pharmacy 012663 445.00 Sherwin-Williams Co. 012664 29.77 Sheyenne Tooling & Mfg. 012665 765.84 Sleep Inn & Suites - Minot 012666 160.20 Southwest Business Machines 012667 396.07 Southwest Multi-Co. Correction Center 012668 5,705.00 Southwest Narcotics Task Force 012669 5,000.00 Southwest Water Authority 012670 338.61 Southwest Water Authority 012671 7,482.01 Southwestern District Health Unit 012672 24,545.47 St. Alexius Medical Center 012673 453.38 Swanston Equipment Corp. 012674 1,518.92 Tab Electronics 012675 728.40 Temp Right Service, Inc. 012676 157.00 Thyssen Krupp Elevator 012677 496.56 Tom's Service Center 012678 541.20 Tractor & Equipment Co. 012679 12,035.59 Verizon Wireless 012680 2,336.29 Vision West ND 012681 1,000.00 WaI-Mart 012682 190.53 West Dakota Oil, Inc. 012683 41,386.17 Westlie Crossroad Truck Center 012684 46.83 Wild Wil's Builders 012685 14,450.00 Williams, Sam 012686 700.00 N.D.P.E.R.S. 012691 32,285.11 Century Link 012695 532.80 Consolidated " 012696 54.32 DirecTV 012697 116.51 Discovery Benefits, Inc. 012698 94.50 Information Technology Dept. 012699 657.90 Medora, City of... 012700 256.57 MGM Rural Sanitation, LLC 012701. 220.00 Reservation Telephone Cooperative 012702 45.15 Roughrider Electric Cooperative 012703 4,104.26 Verizon Wireless 012704 30.06 Visa 012705 527.02 Visa 012706 1,696.36 The board approved the revenue vouchers for the month of January: Sheriff $30.00; Recorder $2,804.90; Zoning $200.00; Court $21.00. Revenues for materials and/or serv- ices rendered in January: Joey Vesey $393.75 scoria; Kevin Kessel $263.75 scoria & hauling; Jim & Lynn Arthaud $205.00 motorgrader rental; WEED SPRAYING: Terry Logan $481.28 Revenues for the month of January: Sheriff $7,763.75 permits, $515.84 overloads; Highway Tax Distribution tion 2 would be the same as first option $16,433.48; Oil & Gas Production Tax. with.an additional space added for the $255,820.95; Interest $11,302.69; Roy- library. All in favor. alties $23,892.92; Unorganized Oil & M/S Klatt/Reis to hire KLJ to develop Gas Production Tax $41,452.80; State a three dimensional drawing and do an Oil Impact $261,526.23; EMS analysis of costs for both options. All in $8 678.47 State Aid $63,257.65; Town- favor. ship Distribution $20,998.01. Dickey reported that he was sched- Payroll in the following amounts uled for boiler training and would meet were approved for January: General with Les Simnioniw to determine type of Fund $147,641.29; Road and Bridge weed management certification to ob- Fund $97,547.87; Weed Fund tain. $5,333.29. Peplinski and O'Brien reported on With there being no further business, upcoming events for both schools. Kasian moved to adjourn the meeting at Peplinski reported that the Teacher's 1:00P.M. Kessel seconded. All voted Aide employed for both Prairie and De- a y e Mores is on maternity leave. Jennifer James Arthaud, Chairman Muscha has agreed to substitute at Attest: Marcia Lamb, Auditor/Trea- para wages at Prairie School. Peplin- surer ski requested that the board amend Jan (March 23) Kuchera's teaching contract adding an additional one day per week to cover at Meeting Notice DeMores while Teacher's Aide is on maternity leave. Peplinski will cover ,, BILLINGS COUNTY any additional days needed at DeMores not covered by the extra day. M/S Joey SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 Kessel/Klatt to amend Jan Kuchera's Minutes of Regular Meeting contract as Interventionist for an addi- February 13, 2017 tional six days (one day per week for a six-week period). All in favor. A work session of the Billings County Peplinski advised the board that a School, District was called to order at full-time special education teacher is 3:30 p.m. Monday, .February 13, 2017, needed for the District. M/S Reis/Klatt at Prairie School in Fairfield. The regu- to approve the request to hire a full-time lar meeting of the Billings County special education teacher beginning in School Board immediately followed the the 2017-18 school year. All in favor. work session. Present were members Peplinski requested that classes be Lynn Arthaud, Joey Kessel (from 3:30 departmentalized at DeMores School p.m. until 6:00 p.m.), Stacey Kessel, beginning in tJne 2017-18 school year. Mike Klatt, and Julie Reis. Also present M/S Reis/Joey Kessel to approve the for all or part of the meeting were Prin- request. All in favor. cipal Shae Peplinski, Assistant Principal Joey Kesse! left the meeting at this Danielle O'Brien,'Business Manager point. Tammy Simnioniw, David Dickey, Main- Peplinski withdrew the agenda item tenance, Dickie Jo Kubas, and Dan regarding Kindergarten teaching posi- Schaff with KLJ. tion at Prairie as she was not ready to The purpose of the work sessionmake a recommendation at this time. was to explore various options for Peplinski reported on academic bills adding classroom space at Prairie in the legislature. Simnioniw reported School on fiscal bills being acted upon. Peplin- At 5:00 p.m., the work session was ski and O'Brien reported on AdvancEd concluded and the regular meeting progress. agenda followed. M/S Stacey Peplinski requested a waiver to Kessel/Klatt to approve the consent allow substitution of two Inservice days agenda, which included the Minutes in the school calendar for two approved from the January 10 regular meeting, training days in the summer. M/S the attached check list, with two addi- Klatt/Reis to approve this request. All tions to the agenda The motion carried in favor. unanimously. Simnioniw provided a list of items for February, 2017 Checks surplus to sell or for disposal. M/S Check/DD Vendor Amount Stacey Kessel/Reis to approve the sale BUILDING FUND and disposal of surplus property items 144 SCHMIDT REPAIR $19,920.00 as presented. All in favor. 145 WEST DAKOTA Arthaud reported that she had dis- OIL INC $3,522.93 cussed the use of timeclocks with GENERAL FUND School Board Association staff. The 18429 Discovery Education $750.00 board asked Simnioniw to took into var- 18430 NDSBA $72000 ious types and the cost of obtaining 18431 FEBRUARY timeclocks for hourly staff. PAYROLL CHECKS $13853 DiscuSsion was held on reorganiza- DD tion of Director Districts. Simnioniw was FEBRUARY PAYROLL DD$72,735.97 instructed to look into this for the 2018 .18432-18443 election as well as combining with the FEBRUARY PAYROLL ' ~ County; elections. Joey Kessel's board VENDOR CHECKS $42,437,15 posit!on in Director District 3 is up for EFT FEBRUARY AFLAC $691146 election. 'This will be a three-year term. M/S Reis/Stacey Kessel to hold the EFT 2017 school board election on June 6, FEBRUARY PAYROLL 2017. All in favor. TAXES $25,150.66 The Billings County Education As- 18444 AFFORDABLE TREE sociation presented a petition for recog- SERVICE LLC $800.00 nition of representative organization for 18445 BEACH SCHOOL negotiations. Pursuant to the provi- DIST $8,030.70 sions of 15.1-16-10 of the North Dakota 18446 BILLINGS CO. Century Code, as amended, M/S SCHOOL DIST. #1 $80.00 Reis/Stacey Kessel to recognize all li- 18447 BLUE CROSS censed teachers employed by the BLUE SHIELD $1,295.51 Billings County School District as the 18448 CITY OF MEDORA $305.17 appropriate negotiating unit. All in favor. 18449 DANIELLE BOSWELL $45:00 M/S Reis/Klatt to approve the first 18450 DENNIS O'BRIEN $8,261.01 reading to amend School Board Ethics 18451 DICKINSON PUBLIC Policy BA. All in favor. LIBRARY $12,977.00 M/S Klatt/Reis to amend the School 18452 DOLLYWOOD Board Ethics Policy Board Regulation FOUNDATION $52.80 BA-BRI. All in favor. 18453 DEPARTMENT OF The board reviewed a draft of.a new PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $113.21 Social Media Use Board Regulation 18454 FARMERS UNION BA-BR2. Action was tabled and SERVICE ASSOCIATION $304.00 Simnioniw asked to obtain clarification 18455 GARY MEDUNA $5,606.90 on some of the language. 18456 THE HORACE MANN The principal and business manager COMPANIES $318.47 evaluation forms were distributed to the 18457 KAITLYN DAVIS $120.00 board. Arthaud asked that the board 18458 KATHY MALKOWSKI$5,575.70 members submit the completed evalua- 18459 KDIX RADIO $149.50 tions to her by March 1. 18460 KEMPS LLC $390.06 After prom party donation requests 18461 KILLDEER were received from Beach, Belfield, and SCHOOL DIST. $2,156.77 Killdeer school organizations. M/S 18462 LEUKEM IA & LYMPHOMA Reis/Klatt to contribute $100 to each or- SOCIETY $431.03 ganization. All in favor. 18463 LORI NOBLE $18.53 Stacey Kessel and Peplinski gave 18464 MARCO $183.25 the RESP report. 18465 MARKIE TOSO $24.55 The March regular.board meeting 18466 MEDORA was scheduled for .Monday, March 13, CONVENIENCE $78.67 at DeMores School, as the AdvancEd 18467 MGM RURAL team will be on site on March 14. The SANITATION $195.00 April board meeting was scheduled for 18468 ND LEAD CENTER $900.00 April 11 at 2:00 p.m. at DeMores 18469 ND ONE CALL $2.00 School. The Student Council will be in- 18470 OLSON'S SERVICE $5,821.86vited to attend the meeting as a Civics 18471 PETER ODERMANN$5,051.52 learning opportunity. 18472 BILLINGS COUNTY The board reviewed a thank you PIONEER $164.92 note from the Ellen Cerkoney family. 18473 RESP $1,224.20 The Belfield School Board invited 18474 SHAE PEPLINSKI~ $122.04 Billings County School board to send a 18475 SOUTH HEART representative to their March 9 school SCHOOL DIST. $14,935.32 board meeting. They would also like to 18476 SW WATER be put on the Billings County School AUTHORITY $76.25 board's March agenda to discuss joint 18477TAMMY SIMNIONIW $110.50 issues. 18478 TOM HUTZENBILER $45.00 M/S Reis/Klatt to adjourn. All were 18479 SYNCHRONY in favor. FINANCIAL $9.60 Meeting adjourned at 7:30 p.m. 18480 WEST DAKOTA Lynn Ai'thaud, President OIL INC $1,497.30 Tammy Simnioniw, Business Man- 18481 WEST RIVER ager STUDENT SERVICES $4,475.90 (March 23) 18482 WILLIAM KESSEL $397.80 EFT JP MORGAN Notice CREDIT CARD $17,248.11 David Dickey gave a report on main- Notice of Financial Statements tenance and facility issues. Dickey re- ported that dirt work needs to be done, The Financial Statements for scrub brush cleared, and the shelter Golden Valley County fol: the Fiscal belt cleared at Prairie. He will work on Year ended December 31,2016 are on this as time permits. Simnioniw re- file in the County Auditor's office at ported that there is additional leaking Beach, ND and are available'for public occurring over the Kindergarten class- review during normal business 'hours. room at DeMores. Legal counsel has Statements of Revenues, Expenditures, been notified and are working with con- Transfers and Fund Balances are in- tractor's insurance. Legal counsel ad- eluded. vises that no settlement be agreed (March 23) upon until the source of the new leak- ing issue is identified and resolved. Discussion was then held on what options to pursue for adding classroom space at Prairie. After consideration, M/S Reis/Stacey Kessel to explore two Options: Option 1 would add on to the east side of the main school, adding three classrooms and bathrooms; Op-