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May 7, 2015 Golden Valley News Page 5 Notice Notice of Meeting Notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors of the Golva Coop- erative Elevator Company has called a special meeting of its members for the purpose of its members casting ballots regarding the sale of substantially all the assists of the Golva Cooperative El- evator Company. The special meeting will be held on May 8, 2015 at the W.E Nistler Building, Golva, North Dakota at 8p.m. /s/Justin Maus Secretary (April 23, 30 and May 7) Notice IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF BILLINGS COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of FRANCES E. WEISGERBER, AKA FRANCES EUGENIA WEIS- GERBER, deceased NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR APPLICATION FOR FORMAL PROBATE OF WILL AND AP- POINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRE- SENTATIVE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that James Lee Weisgerber, has filed herein an Application for Formal Probate of Will and Appointment of Personal Rep- resentative. Hearing has been set upon said pe- tition on the 28th day of May, 2015, at 8:30 o'clock A.M., Mountain Time at the Courtroom of the above named Court in the City of Medora, County of Billings, State of North Dakota. Dated this 15th day of May, 2015. Bruce A. Selinger Attorney for Applicant Name, Address and Telephone No. of Attorney Bruce A. Selinger, # 04368 Probate 45-2015-PR-00015 KUBIK, BOGNER, RIDL & SELINGER 117 First Street East P. O. Box 1173 Dickinson, ND 58602-1173 (701) 225-9155 e-mail:bruceselinger@ ndsuper- Attorneys for Applicant (April 23, 30 and May 7) Notice Notice of Presentation of Petition for Annexation 1 :, A petiti6n has been presented to the City Council of the City of Beach for the annexation of certain real prop- arty to the city limits of the City of Beach. The property is legally - as de- scribed as follows: The SE 1A NW 1.4 of Section 30 Township 140 N, Range 105 W (City Inert Landfill) The N 1/2 of NW 1/~ of Section 30 Township 140, Range 105 (City La- goons) 2. On May 18, 2015, at approxi- mately 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the parties may be heard, the City Council of the City of Beach shall meet to consider the petition for annexation of the property described herein. The hearing shall take place at the Beach City Hall. Kimberly Nunberg City Auditor (April 30 and May 7) Call for Bids Beach Civil Township #3 is looking for bids on a used motor grader. More information and specifications contact: Duane Hildebrant, 3910 169th Ave. SW Beach, ND 58621 701-872-3936 (April 30 and May 7) Bids FOR SALE BY GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY: Two-l,000 gallon propane tanks. AS IS. Submit bids to County Au- ditor by 10 am, May 18, 2015. County reserves the right to reject any bids or to accept late bids. Transportation or de- livery of tank shall be at the cost of pur- chaser. (April 30 and May 7) Notice NOTICE OF ZONING HEARING The Billings County Planning & Zon- ing Commission will hold a public hear- ing on Thursday, May 21,2015 at 1:00 PM in the Commissioner's Room at the county courthouse, Medora, ND to con- sider recommending to the Board of County Commissioners the approval or denial of the following items: Stuart Crismore: Application for a conditional use permit to allow a rv as temporary housing on a 2.76 acre par- cel in the NWl/4NWl/4 14-142-99 (2010 Hwy 85 SW, South Fairfield). Variance also requested to allow the use in a commercial district. Property is owned by Arnold Rodakowksi. Giles Radtke: Application to con- struct a 62'x34' garage on an 18.7 acre tract in the SE1/4 8-139-100 (13603 38th St SW). Also requested is a vari- ance to construct within the section line setback requirement. Property is zoned commercial. James & Kelli Barron: Application to construct a 30'x36' garage on tract 3 in the NWl/4NWl/4 26-141-99 (2812 Hwy 85 SW). Property is zoned resi- dential. Other Business: The board will also address poten- tial & pending zoning violations and rec- ommend any action needed by the Zoning Director, State's Attorney, or Board of County Commissioners. Applications are available for review during regular office hours at the Billings County Courthouse. Dated at Medora this 1 st day of May, 2015. Stacey Swanson Zoning Director (May 7 and 14) Notice AMENDED SUMMONS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA Case No. 17-2015-DM-0004 Philip Slavers, Plaintiff, VS. Dianne Slavers, Defendant. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN- DANT, DIANNE SIEVERS: You are hereby summoned and re- quired to appear and defend against the Complaint in this action which was filed herein on the 6th day of April, 2015, by serving upon the undersigned an An- swer or other proper response within thirty-five (35) days after the date of first publication of the Summons. If you fail to do so, Judgment by Default will be taken against you for the relief de- manded in the Complaint. NOTICE OF TEMPORARY RE- STRAINING PROVISIONS Under Rule 8.4 of the North Dakota Rules of Court, upon service of this Summons, you, and your spouse, are bound by the restraints following: (1) Neither spouse shall dispose of, sell, encumber, or otherwise dissipate any of the parties' assets, except: (a) For necessities of life or for the necessary generation of income or preservation of assets; or (b) For retaining counsel to carry on or to contest the proceedings; If a spouse disposes of, sells, en- cumbers, or otherwise dissipates as- sets during the interim period, that spouse shall provide to the other spouse an accounting within thirty (30) days. (2) Neither spouse shall harass the other spouse. (3) All currently available insurance lief as is appropriate. Signed by, Jack Dalrymple, Governor man, ND Industrial (May 7) Chair- Hearing Notice Zoning Hearing Notice The Golden Valley County Zoning Board will hold a public hearing on Monday, May 18, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. in the Commissioner's Room at the court- house, for the following business; New Business - Farmers Union Oil Co of Beach re- quest to rezone the A 5.92 ACRE TRACT in NWl/4NWl/4 Sac 30-140- 106 parcel # 02416600 from Agricultural to Industrial, for the purpose of estab- lishing a propane distribution facility. This parcel lies in the City of Beach's extra territorial zone. - Mel Bosserman requests a vari- ance from the current setbacks which are 150' from all section lines, and cen- ter of county highways and secondary county and township roads, he request this variance to encroach to within 75' of 49th ST SW in Lone tree Township, to emplace 2each 36' Diameter grain bins. The request is for the following parcel; Nl/2 of Sac 11-137-105 parcel # 7-0-00657500 - Ron and Sue Feldman request a variance from the current setbacks which are 150' from all section lines, and center of county highways and sec- ondary county and township roads, he request this variance to encroach to within 75' of old Highway 10 in the City of Sentinel Butte to build a deck on their home. The request is for the following parcel; All NW1/4 of the BNSF, East of TRACT in NWl/4 town of Sentinel Butte, less East 600' SEC 29-140-t04 City Acreage Parcel # 22-11-05634000 (May 7 and 14) City of Beach BEACH CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS PUBLISHED SUBJECT TO THE GOVERNING BODY'S REVIEW AND REVISION coverage must be maintained and con- tinued without change in coverage or A regular meeting of the Beach City beneficiary designation. Council was called to order by Mayor Walter Losinski on April 20, 2015 at (4) Neither spouse shall remove any of their minor children from North 7:00 pm. Present when the meeting Dakota without the written consent of was called to order was City Council the other spouse or order of the Court Henry Gerving, Dell Beach, Tim Mar- except for temporary periods,man, Mark Banes, Jeanne Larson, City IF EITHER SPOUSE VIOLATES Auditor Kimberly Nunberg, Engineer ANY OF THESE PROVISIONS, THATThomas Schmelzenbach and guests SPOUSE MAY BE IN CONTEMPT OF Casey Rieger, Tammy Hoffer, Carol COURT. Bartz, Tammy Wilhelmi, Natalie Muru- DATED this 6th day of April, 2015. ato, Abby Wilhelmi, Taryn Hoffer, So- KEOGH LAW OFFICE phie Muruato, Rebeka Padilla, Brae Attorneys for Plaintiff Davidson, Dale & Brenda Frieze, Bailey Street and Post Office Address: Frieze, Riley Frieze, Steve Szudera, 141 3rd St. West, P.O. Box 1202 and Jerry Tosner. Dickinson, ND 58602-1202 Public Participation: Ph.: 701-483-9146 & Fax: 701-483- Casey Rieger and Sofia Muruato, 9147 representing Future Business Leaders Robert A. Keogh, ND Bar ID# 03004 of America requested $1,500 from the Community Enhancement Fund to de- (May 7, 14 and 21) fray costs associated with a trip to com- pete at the National FBLA Convention in Chicago. Banes moved to approve Notice the request, second by Marman. Dis- cussion. Motion carried unanimously. Notice to Property OwnersPWS Report: PWS Braden was not available as Property owners are responsible for he was attending wastewater training. keeping their property mowed and nox- Mayor Losinski reported the following; ious weeds controlled. When the prop- The first week of May has arty is not mowed or weeds become a been designated as City Government nuisance,t he city will mow and/or spray Week & City Clean-Up Week. the property at a cost of $150 per lot as A proposal was reviewed from allowed by City Ordinance 366 Section Maguire Iron, Inc. in the amount of 12.0101-12.0105. $45,680 to paint the exterior of the Kimberly Nunberg South water tower and make it OSHA City Auditor compliant. Marman moved to accept (May 7, 14, 21 and 28) the proposal, second by Larson. Motion carried unanimously. The check valve on the hy- Hearing Notice drant by the North water tower needs to be replaced. Marman moved to replace NOTICE OF HEARING the check valve, second by Banes. N.D. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION Gerving recommended first obtaining a OIL AND GAS DIVISION cost. Marman - yes, Benes - yes, Lar- son - yes, Beach - yes, Gerving - no. The North Dakota Industrial Corn- Motion carried. mission will hold a public hearing at The retaining wall at the inter- 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, May27, 2015, at section of Central Avenue and Third the N.D. Oil & Gas Division, 1000 East Street N was damaged by a vehicle Calgary Ave., Bismarck, N. D. At the turning the corner to short. The accident hearing the Commission will receive was reported to the driver's insurance testimony and exhibits. Persons with company. any interest in the cases listed below, Marman moved to hire Lucas take notice. Buchholz at $16/hr as a summer-time PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: Ifemployee only, second by Benes. Mar- at the hearing you need special facili- man - yes, Benes -yes. Gerving - no, ties or assistance, contact the Oil and Beach - no, Larson- no. Motion failed. Gas Division at 701-328-8038 by Thurs- There was discussion regarding a full- day, May 14, 2015. time Public Works position. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO: Auditor Report: Case No. 23964: Proper spacing for Nunberg reviewed her written report. the development of the Saddle Butte- Nunberg reviewed the financial report Bakken Pool, Billings County, ND, re- for the month of March. Benes moved define the field limits, and enact such to approve the financial report, second special field rules as may be necessary, by Larson. Motion carried unanimously. Continental Resources, Inc.; OXY USA Committee Report: Inc. Zoning - Larson and Nunberg re- Case No. 23965: Proper spacing for ported on the Planning & Zoning Semi- the development of the Snow-Bakken nar held April 9th in Dickinson. Pool, Billings County, ND, redefine the Street- Marman and Benes recom- field limits, and enact such special field mended two methods that should be rules as may be necessary. OXY USA considered when street repairs need to Inc. be made due to contractors excavating Signed by, for water~sewer~etc. Jack Dalrymple, Governor Chair- 1. The Public Works Employees man, ND Industrial Commissionmake the repair and bill the Contractor (May 7) accordingly. 2. The Contractor is responsible Hearing Notice for the repair. The City would sell the Contractor the materials necessary to NOTICE OF HEARING make the repairs. N.D. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION Larson moved to make it policy the OIL AND GAS DIVISION Contractor is responsible for any street repairs necessary due to excavation for The North Dakota Industrial Com- water/sewer/etc, and the Contractor mission will hold a public hearing at can purchase materials from the City to 9:00 a.m. Thursday, May 28, 2015, at make the necessary repair, second by the N.D. Oil & Gas Division, 1000 East Banes. Discussion. Gerving excused Calgary Ave., Bismarck, N. D. At the himself from the meeting at 8 p.m. Mo- hearing the Commission will receive tion carried. testimony and exhibits. Persons with Lagoon/Multi Use Trail - Engineer any interest in the cases listed below, Thomas Schmalzenbach reported on take notice, progress of the lagoon expansion proj- PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: Ifact and multi use trail projects. at the hearing you need special facili- New Business: ties or assistance, contact the Oil and At 7:30 there was a Public Hearing Gas Division at 701-328-8038 by Fri- for Conditional Use at 680 5th Ave NW day, May 15, 2015. for Date & Brenda Frieze to operate a STATE OF NORTH DAKOTATO: business from their residence. Larson Case No. 24043: Appiication of moved to open the Public Hearing for Peregrine Petroleum Partners, Ltd. for comment, second by Marman. Motion an order pursuant to NDAC 43-02-03- carried unanimously. No public com- 88.1 pooling all interests in a spacing ment was given. Banes moved to ap- unit described as Sections 27 and 28, prove the Conditional Use, second by T.144N., R.102W., Buckhorn-Bakken Larson. Motion carried unanimously. Pool, Billings County, ND as provided Larson moved to close the Public by NDCC 38-08-08 and such other re- Hearing, second by Banes. Motion car- L ried unanimously. The Beach Volunteer Fire Depart- ment requested $60,000 to be applied to the purchase of a new 4000 gallon water tender truck. The truck will be used for both city and rural fire calls. Total cost of the truck is $219,000. Banes moved to approve the request, second by Marman. Motion carried unanimously. An Application for Raffle submitted by Future Business Leaders of America was reviewed. Banes moved to ap- prove the raffle, second by Larson. Mo- tion carried unanimously. An Application for Raffle submitted by Golden Valley Manor was reviewed. Banes moved to approve the raffle, sec- ond by Larson. Motion carried unani- mously. Steve Szudera requested permis- sion to connect to the city water line so provide service to his shop on Second Ave NW. Marman moved to allow the connection and have two separate curb stops, one for Szudera and the other for the live stock yard, second by Benes. Motion carried unanimously. No other business was brought for- ward. Beach moved to adjourn, second by Marman. Meeting adjourned at 9:15 p.m. Motion carried unanimously. ATTEST: Walter Losinski, Mayor Kimberly Nunberg, City Auditor (May 7) Notice Notice of Destruction of Records The West River Student Services Unit is providing notice to patrons in re- gards to destruction of special educa- tion records. West River defines records for de- struction as those records that have been retained for five years after the student exited services. Notice is hereby given that such records will be destroyed on July 1, 2015 and an indi- vidual wishing to obtain a copy of their records should request, in writing, to West River Student Services, P.O. Box 1575, Dickinson, ND 58602 before the date of destruction. A permanent record containing the student's name, address, phone number, record of grades, years of enrollment, courses completed will be kept by the individual school dis- tricts. West River Student Services Unit serves the school districts of Amidon, Beach, Belfield, Billings County, Bow- man County, Golva, Halliday, Hettinger, Killdeer, Marmarth, New England, Richardton/Taylor, Scranton, South Heart and Twin Buttes. (May 7) Billings County School BILLINGS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 Minutes of Regular Meeting March 10, 2015 The regular meeting of the Billings County School Board Was called to -: order at 3:35 p.m. MT, Tuesday, March 10, 2015, at DeMores School in Medora. Present were members Lynn Arthaud (arriving at 3:45), Brenda Burian, Joey Kessel, Stacey Kessel, and Julia Reis. Also present for all or part of the meeting were Principal Soehren, Tom Hutzenbiler, Dan Schaff, KLJ, Eric Bock, Jessie Berger, Eliza- beth Odermann, and Lynn Paterson. M/S Burian/Stacey Kessel to ap- prove the consent agenda, which in- cluded the Minutes from the February 10, 2015, meeting, the attached check list, financial statements, and the addi- tion of three items. The motion carried unanimously. 17133-17134 March Payroll Checks $554.10 DD March Payroll Deposits$70,679.00 t7135-17t45 March Payroll Vendors $31,637.88 EFT AFLAC $796.27 EFT March Payroll Taxes $23,145.67 EFT JP Morgan $25,328.64 17146 BELFIELD AFTER PROM PARTY $100.00 17147 BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD $1,096.25 17148 CITY OF MEDORA $289.39 17149 DENNIS O'BRIEN $9,618.16 17150 DICKINSON PRESS $30.00 17151 DICKINSON PUBLIC LIBRARY $8,709.31 17152 DOLLYWOOD FOUNDATION $40.70 17153 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $46.41 17154 GARY MEDUNA $4,461.96 17155 THE HORACE MANN COMPANIES $195.07 17156 JANINE OLSON $197.15 17157 JULIE A. REIS $19.47 17158 KATHY MALKOWSKI$5,772.20 17159 KEMPS LLC (DBA CASS-CLAY CREAMERY) $428.08 17160 KERRY BITTNER $500.50 17161 KERRY BITTNER $65.13 17162 KIM ANDERSON $312.80 17163 LAURA BARNAUD $12.59 17164 LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY $481.85 17165 MARLA JOB $14.94 17166 MA-I-I-HEW GONZALES$95.50 17167 MIDSTATE TELEPHONE CO. $329.71 17168 MKATREASURER '$199.00 17169 ND ATTORNEY GENERAL $85.50 17170 ND SPELLING BEE $156.00 17171 NDAESP $190.00 17172 NDATL $25.00 17173 ND SCHOOL BOARDS ASS'N $190.00 17174 NEW ENGLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT $1,000.00 17175 OLSON'S SERVICE $5,442.36 17176 PETER ODERMANN$4,424.12 17177 BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER $445.68 17178 PRAIRIE SCHOOL $120.00 17179 SPARTAN STORES LLC$14.94 17180 SW WATER AUTHORITY $85.48 17181 TAMMY SIMNtONIW $64.40 17182 TOM HUTZENBILER $45.00 17183 WAL-MART COMMUNITY $144.02 17184 WEST PLAINS ENGINEERING INC $3,800.00 17185 WEST RIVER STUDENT SERVICES $7,445.78 Dan Schaff, KLJ, presented infor- mation on the bid specs for the Prairie Roof. It was the consensus of the board to make a pre-bid meeting op- tional for bidders. The project schedule was set as follows: Bid advertising the week of March 16 Bids due by 4:00 p.m. on April 7 at DeMores School Bid opening at 4:00 p.m. on April 7 at DeMores School Award project to successful bidder at 3:30 p.m. on April 14 at DeMores School Discussion was held on the De- Mores Fire Alarm installation project. The project schedule was set as fol- lows: Bid advertising the week of March 16 Pre-bid meeting March 20 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (mandatory for bid- ders) Bids due by 4:00 p.m. on April 7 at DeMores School Bid opening at 4:00 p.m. on April 7 at DeMores School Award project to successful bidder at 3:30 p.m. on April 14 at DeMores School Reis informed the board that she was working on the Principal evaluation and would have it filed by Friday, March 13. Staff and board members were sur- veyed and results used in completing the evaluation. Final results will be re- ported on at April meeting. Principal Soehren presented a 2015-16 school calendar. It very closely aligned with Belfield's school calendar. M/S Burian/Stacey Kessel to approve the calendar as presented with one change. The April 20 early out date was changed to April 21. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. Principal Soehren reported that DPI had approved a waiver to allow two pro- fessional development days to be counted for the 2015-16 school year for staff attending the RESP sponsored Martha Tate training in June, 2015. M/S Burian/Stacey Kessel to follow this waiver and allow BCSD teachers to use these days in lieu of the November and January professional development days listed in the school calendar. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. Principal Soehren reported that Anna Grotberg, DeMores, and Taylor Downing, Prairie advanced to the State Spelling Bee competition and Shadera Burian, Prairie, and Alex Costas, De- Mores, advanced to the State Geogra- phy Bee. The early release date in April was moved from April 15 to April 2. Kat Perkins will present a program at Prairie School on April 15. DeMores students will also attend .................... Principal Soehren presented a re- quest on Mr. Glaser's behalf. He is re- questing permission to establish a garden plot at Prairie School. He would like to involve the students while school is in session and then he and Lori Kol- lar would maintain it during the summer months. The board asked Principal Soehren to work with Mr. Glaser in es- tablishing a comprehensive plan to in- clude size of plot, water source, which classes would be involved and what would be their role, how would it be cleared and cultivated, and would it be volunteer time to maintain it in the sum- mer months. Principal Soehren submitted a letter of resignation with end date of June 3, 2015. M/S Burian/Joey Kessel to ac- cept the resignation. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. Tom Hutzenbiler updated the board on the status of replacement of the un- derground propane tanks. The City of Medora zoning board gave approval for the above ground tanks to be enclosed by a wooden fence similar to that sur- rounding the generator. Tom is obtain- ing estimates from local contractors for the removal of the underground tanks. Jeff Iverson stated that the county could provide the dirt and equipment for filling in the site after the tanks are removed. Arthaud asked Tom to request if the county could provide equipment and labor for the removal of the tanks as well. If the county cannot remove the tanks, Tom was instructed to award the project to the contractor providing the lowest estimate. An open enrollment request was submitted for a family moving to Golden Valley County with students in second and preschool classes at DeMores School in the upcoming school year. M/S Arthaud/Burian to approve the re- quest. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. The Dickinson Public Library sub- mitted a request with four different op- tions to make parking the bookmobile beside DeMores School easier. It was the consensus of the board that the only feasible option at this time was Option #3, paint a yellow line on the current ce- ment pad to provide a guide. Business Manager Simnioniw pre- Please support your local merchants PRODUCERS, DID YOU FILE A TAX EXTENSION? Look to the region's farm tax experts for year-round tax, recordkeeping, and payroll services. FCS provides financial solutions all year long so you can plant, feed and harvest. sented a letter from the ND Health De- partment issuing recommendations for handling students and staff who are not immunized if a contagious disease out- break occurs in North Dakota. She re- ported that the NDSBA is working on a policy template for this. M/S Burian/Arthaud to rescind the first reading of the iPad Policy, Proce- dures, and Information (FFIA) acted upon at the February 10, 2015, meeting and to approve a first reading of a re- vised version of the policy. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. M/S Burian/Joey Kessel to rescind previous Contracted Staff Resignations and Request for Release From Con- tract (DKBB) and approve the first read- ing of a new revised policy. Past practice will control matters covered by former policy until a replacement policy is adopted. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. M/S Burian/Stacey Kessel to rescind the previous Granting a Release From Contract (DKBB-BR) and adopt a new revised board regulation. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. Simnioniw provided the board with information on liability coverage on Dis- trict-owned property. Per Daryl Kudrna, Farmers Union Insurance agent, the District's liability insurance coverage does not extend coverage for non- school sanctioned activities. Sports co- ops are considered school-sanctioned activities so would be covered. If rent- ing our facilities out to the public, it was advised to have "hold harmless" clauses in our rental agreements. Also it was advised not to give keys to non- school personnel. The School Board, after investiga- tion of the petition filed by the Billings County Education Association request- ing that said organization be recognized as the representative organization for the previously recognized Appropriate Negotiating Unit, has determined that the Education Association does repre- sent a majority of the persons within that unit. M/S Burian/Stacey Kessel to recognize the Education Association as the exclusive representative organiza- tion for a minimum of one year begin- ning March 10, 2015. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. Stacey Kessel reported that RESP offered the position of Elementary Edu- cation Professional Development Spe- cialist to Denise Soehren. Soehren stated that she had accepted the posi- tion. Kessel also reported that RESP has written and received three grants for professional development activities. Simnioniw provided updates on var- ious education-related legislation. An interview committee was estab- lished for the Prairie Elementary teach- ing positions with Stacey Kessel and Brenda Burian volunteering to serve. The rest of the board members stated they would be available as alternates if the need arose. Advertising is currently taking place and interviews will begin on March 26 at 1:30 p.m. at Prairie School. Simnioniw was asked to contact NDSBA to determine if they would be able to assist the board with a needs assessment in determining the most ef- fective administrative structure for our District. M/S Burian/Stacey Kessel to enter into an executive session to discuss teacher contract negotiations strategy. The legal authority for closing this por- tion of the meeting is NDCC 44-04- 19.1(9). Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. The board went into executive ses- sion at 6:35 p.m. The executive ses- sion ended at 9:15 p.m. and opened up to a public session. M/S Burian/Joey Kessel seconded, to adjourn. All were in favor of the mo- tion. 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