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Page 4 Golden Valley News May 13, 2021 PUBLIC NOTICES NEWS Notice to Creditors RONALD S. EFTA PO. Box 300 Wibaux County Courthouse Wibaux, MT Telephone: (406) 796-2431 Fax: (406) 796-2625 . Email: ND Bar ID# 04844 Probate No. 17-2021-PR00006 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF GOLDEN VALLEY, IN DISTRICT COURT, SOUTHWEST JU- DICIAL DISTRICT In the Matter of the Estate of MARY KAY MICHELS, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned have been appointed Personal Representative of the above estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three (3) months after the date of the first publi- cation of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to RONALD S. EFTA, attorney for the Per- sonal Representative, return receipt re- quested, »at PO. Box 300, Wibaux, Montana 59353, or filed with the Clerk of the above-entitled Court. Dated March 30, 2021. /s/Debra Lauf PO Box 183 Wibaux, MT 59353 (April 29, May 6 and 13) Notice Notice of Drinking Water Quality Re- port . The 2020 Drinking Water Quality Report for the City of Beach is com- plete. This report will NOT be mailed. This report will be published in the Golden Valley News, posted at City Hall and available at Please contact the City Auditor at 872- 41-03 to obtain a hard copy of the report. The City is required by the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act to provide this report to all customers by July 1st. Please take the time to read the report and learn about the water that is provided to you on a daily basis. . Kimberly Gaugler City Auditor (May 6 and 13) Notice Notice to Property Owners Property owners are responsible for keepingtheir property mowed and nox- ious weeds controlled. When property is not mowed or weeds become a nui- sance, the City will mow and/or spray the property at a cost of $150 per lot as allowed'by City Ordinance 366 Section , 12.0101 —~1 2.0105. .YotJr cooperation ‘in keeping your preperty mowed is appre- Ciated. ‘ Kimberly Gaugler, City Auditor (May 6, 13, 20 and 27) Summons STATE. OF NORTH DAKOTA, IN DISTRICT COURT, COUNTY OF BILLINGS, SOUTHWEST JUDICIAL DISTRICT Case No. O4—2021~CV—00005 Jettison, Inc., Plaintiff, vs. Total Minatome Corporation, nka Energen Resources MAQ, Inc., Park- way Petroleum, |nc., Coda Energy, Inc., and Domestic Petroleum Investments, Inc.,and all persons unknown, claiming any estate in or lien or encumbrance upon the property described in the com- plaint Defendants. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN- DANTS: YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear and defend the Complaint in this action, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, by serving upon the undersigned an Answer or other proper response within twenty-one (21) days after the service of this Summons upon you, ex— clusive of the day of service. If you fail to do so, Judgment by Default will be taken against you for the relief de- manded in the Complaint. The Com— plaint in this action has been filed in the office of the Clerk of Court of Billings County, North Dakota. The object of the action is to quiet title to Plaintiff, ,and to exclude the De- fendants from any estate or interest in or lien or encumbrance upon, the land and oil and gas leases involved in this action. Dated this 24th day of February, 2021. OLSON BURNS, P.C. ls/ Ryan G. Quarne . Ryan G. Quarne (Bar ID #07618) Attorneys for Plaintiff 17 First Avenue SE PO Box 1180 Minot, ND 58702-1180 (701 ) 839-1740 NOTICE OF NO PERSONAL CLAIM TO: THE ABOVE-NAMED DE- FENDANTS AND ALL OTHER PER- SONS , TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The above-entitled action is brought for the purpose of quieting title in the Plaintiff in the following described real estate situated in Billings County, North Dakota, to-wit: A mineral interest derived from oil and gas leases in and under the follow- ing described property to whit: Township 143 North, Range 98 West, 5th PM. Section 22: NE1/4 No personal claim is made against any Defendant nor for any costs in this action unless appearance is made by you herein. ' Dated this 24th day of February, 2021. OLSON BURNS, P.C. ls/ Ryan G. Quarne Ryan G. Quarne (Bar ID #07618) Attorneys for Plaintiff 17 First Avenue SE PO Box 1180 Minot, ND 58702-1180 (701) 839-1740 (April 29, May 6 and 13) Nofice NORTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION REQUEST FOR BIDS STANDING HAY ON RIGHT OF WAY OF INTERSTATE 94 AND INTERSTATE 29 The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) seeks sealed bids for cutting, baling, and removing hay on designated sections of highway right of way along I-94 and l-29. Bids will be for the 2020 haying season. NDDOT will accept sealed bids in five district offices. Faxed bids will not be accepted. Interested bidders can contact the respective NDDOT district office ,listed below to obtain a bid docu- ment, copy .of the Risk Management Appendix, and sample certificate of lia- bility insurance. The REQUEST FOR BID document must be completed, signed in ink, sealed in an envelope marked, “Bids for Standing Hay", and submitted to the respective NDDOT dis- trict office prior to the deadline; The awarded bidder will be required to sign a contract with NDDOT agreeing to the terms for hay harvesting. Deadlines: Bismarck, Fargo, Grand Forks, and Valley City offices: 1:30 pm. CDT Thursday, June 10, 2021. Dickinson office: 1:30 pm. MDT, Thursday, June 10, 2021. NDDOT district offices: - Bismarck: 218 South Airport Road, Bismarck, ND 58504-6003 Ph: (701) 328-6950 ‘ Fargo: 503 38th Street South, Fargo, ND 58103-1198 Ph: (701) 239- 8900 - Grand Forks: PO. Box 13077, 1951 North Washington, Grand Forks, ND 58208-3077 Ph: (701) 787-6500 - Valley City: 1524 8th Avenue Southwest, Valley City, ND 58072-4200 Ph: (701)845-8800 - Dickinson: 1700 3rd Avenue West, Suite 101, Dickinson, ND 58601—3009 Ph: (701) 227-6500 (May 6, 13 and 20) Nofice North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality Public Notice Reissue of an NDPDES Permit Public Notice Date: 5/13/2021 Purpose of Public Notice The Department intends to reissue the followingflorth. Dakota Pollutant Discharge'EliminatiOn System (ND- PDES) Discharge"’Rermit under, the au- thority of‘Sectiori161-28-O4 of the North Dakota Century Code. Permit Information Public Notice Number: ND-2021— 015 Application Date: 10/30/2020 Application Number: ND0022799 Applicant Name: Medora City Of Mailing Address: PO Box 418A Medora, ND 58645-0418 Telephone Number: 701.623.4828 Proposed Permit Expiration Date: 6/30/2026 . Facility Description . The reapplication is for a waste sta- bilization system which services the ,City of Medora. Ponds 1 and 2 are lo- cated in the NE1/4 SW 1/4, Section 26, Township 140 North, Range 102 West. Ponds 3 and 4A are located in the SE1/4 NE1/4, Section 27, Township 140 North, Range 102 West. Pond 1 dis- charges directly to Railroad Creek, a Class III stream, which flows to the Lit- tle Missouri River. Ponds 3 and 4A dis- charge directly to the Little Missouri River, a Class stream. ' Tentative Determinations Proposed effluent limitations and other permit conditions have been made by the Department. They assure that State Water Quality Standards and applicable provisions of the FWPCAA will be protected. Infermation Requests and Public Comments Copies of the application, draft per- mit, and related documents are avail- able for review. Comments or requests should be directed to the ND Dept of Env Quality, Div of Water Quality, 918 East Divide Ave, Bismarck ND 58501- 1947 or by calling 701.328.5210. All comments received by June 11, 2021 will be considered prior to finaliz- ing the permit. If there is significant in- terest, a public hearing will be scheduled. Otherwise, the Department will issue the final permit within sixty (60) days of this notice. If you require special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, call TDD at 1.800.366.6868. (May13) ‘Nofice Financial Statements Notice The Financial Statements for Golden Valley County for the Fiscal Year ended December 31, 2020 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. (May 13) Golden Valley County Commission BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS APRIL 6, 2021 9:00 AM. Chairman Paul J. Schmitz called the meeting to order. Commissioners Robert Schmeling and Adam Smith were present, along with States Attor- ney Christina Wenko and Gene Hamil- ton. Commissioner Schmeling moved to l accept the agenda with the addition of discussing the removal of the light poles at the Fairgrounds under current busi- ness and Commissioner Smith sec- onded. Motion carried. Commissioner Schmeling moved to approve the March regular meeting minutes and Commissioner Smith sec- onded. Motion carried. Commissioner Smith moved to ap- prove the current vouchers for payment and Commissioner Schmeling sec- onded. Motion carried. Current business brought before the Board: - Discussion was held on the re- moval of the light poles at the Fair- grounds. No action was taken. Commissioner Schmeling moved to start summer hours for the Court- house on May 1, 2021 through Sep- tember 10, 2021 with the hours being 8 am-12:30 pm and 1 pm-4 pm on Mon- day-Thursday and 8 am-1 pm on Fri- days and Commissioner Smith seconded. Motion carried. - Discussion was held on the mem- bers of the building committee. Com- missioner Schmitz moved to appoint Commissioner Schmeling, Auditor Tamra Sperry and Custodian Gloria Padilla to the building committee and Commissioner Smith seconded. Motion carried. - Custodian Gloria Padilla’s 6 month probation has expired. Commissioner Schmeling moved to increase her hourly rate by $1 effective immediately as she is doing a great job and Com- missioner Smith seconded. Motion car- ried. - Discussion was held on the Indirect Cost Allocation that the County receives for Human Services. Billings County is requesting $30,000/annually to be allo- cated to them from the other member counties using the same percentages as the indirect cost allocations which is 10.8% for Golden Valley County total- ing $3,240 to help cover the additional cost of being the Host County for the Roughrider North Human Service Zone. Commissioner Schmitz moved to allo- cate $3,240 of the Indirect Cost pay- ment to Billings County and Commissioner Schmeling seconded. Motion carried. ‘ Discussion was held on the office that ITD rented from the County. 'They are no longer going to rent the space and it was agreed that VSO/County 911 Director Henry Gerving will move in that office. - Legislative wrap up is scheduled for May 10th in person. ' County Auditor Sperry informed the Board that the Social Service building needs new phones and quotes are being requested. Sperry also informed the Board that an employee was out sick with Covid for 3 weeks and be- cause the County has extended the Families First Coronavirus Response Act 'Policy‘ the empIOyee will bepaid 80 hours at full salary per the policy. Sperry also informed the Board’the An- nual NDIRF meeting is scheduled for May 19th. ' States Attorney Wenko gave the Board an update from her office. Henry Gerving joined the meeting. Josh. Barthel and Jared Ross met with the Board to get clarifications in re- gards to the Veteran Service Office. Gerving answered various questions. Road Foreman Pete Wirtzfeld met with the Board to discuss various road topics. Jon Broz with Broz Engineering joined the meeting. Broz informed the Board the Mosher Road project is final- ized. Discussion was held in regards to Noll Construction LLC blading 31 miles of County roads in the South as done in the past. Commissioner Schmeling moved to accept the quote from Noll Construction LLC to blade 31 miles of County Roads consisting of Golva E 9 miles and S 5 miles, W 4 miles, and N 3 miles to curve, 1 mile E of curve, and 5 miles W on Hwy 16 and from Hwy 16 S, 3 miles and 2 miles W to State Line for $130 per hour and Commissioner Smith seconded. Motion carried. Commissioner Schmeling moved to adjourn and Commissioner Smith sec- onded. Motion carried. Chairman Schmitz declared the meeting ad- journed at 11 :58 AM. The following vouchers were audited and approved for the month of April: Direct Depos Golden Valley County Employees 61094.84 -88088 NDPERS 1842.94 -88087 NDPERS 11233.07 -99831 JP Morgan 147.49 -99830 ND State Treasure 1450.87 81055-81084 Collections Submitted 7939093 81085 Darrel’s Body Shop 220.00 81086 Matthew Bender & Co 82.10 81087 Powerplan 6009.44 81088 Red Rock Ford 294.80 81089 Prairie Lumber Beach 242.02 81090 Uniform Center 364.48 81091 Westlie Motor Company 1141.93 81092 Dakota Dust Tex 160.30 81093 ND State Water ‘ Commission 2000.00 81094 Stacey Swanson 1000.00 81095 Rohan Hardware 242.47 81096 Adam Smith 211.79 81097 Reservation Telephone 40.00 81098 Information Technology Dept 652.20 81099 GV County States Attorney 1358.33 81100 Henry Gerving 272.30 81101 Mainstay Suites 170.00 81102 DataSpecs Inc 449.00 81103 Gerald Streitz 22.40 81104 Dunn County 3858.65 81105 Farmers Union Oil 20159.61 81106 Armor Interactive 2798.93 81107 Dept of Transportation 8972.43 81108 US Postal Service 150.00 81109 Otis Elevator Company 876.84 81110 Psychological Resources135.00 r 81111 Electro Watchman Inc 455.40 81112 Fast Initial Response System 3644 81113 Big State Industrial Supply 118.00 81114 Golden Valley News, 975.89 81115 3D Specialties 339.62 81116 Golva Repair 158.75 81117 Lawson Products Inc 13.42 81118 Cereberus security 393.00 81119 Boss 690.54 81120 PharmChem Inc 57.10 81121 Troy Tescher 28.00 81122 Paul Schmitz 16.80 81123 Darin Maus 14.56 81124 Jason Lee 8.96 81125 Pitney Bowes Inc 226.08 81126 Wallwork Truck Center 915.34 81127 Peter Wirtzfeld 25.50 81128 Dooley Enterprises 526.87 81129 SW Business Machines 761.11 81130 Fastenal Company 133.99 81131 B H Delivery LLC 12.50 81132 Deere Credit Inc 7196.00 81133 SW Multi-County Correction 215.00 81134 MDU 2715.73 81135 City of Beach 421.45 81136 Midstate Communications 1428.46 81137 Reservation Telephone Coop 40.00 81138 Riverside Marine Cycle LLC '202.77 81139 ND Tax Commissioner 1924.22 81140 Post Board “ ‘ 25.00 81141-81143 NDSU . Extension Disbursements 827.21 81144-81146 Ag Improvement Disbursements 825.00 81147-81151 Library Disbursements 2059.36 81152-81165 Void Void 81166-81176 Golden Valley County Employees 16171.45 81177-81183 Payroll Liabilities 47445.28 81184 BCBS 143.30 81185-81186 Café 350.00 81187 Collections Submitted 210.86 81188 Golden Valley News 48.66 81189 Cenex Fleet Fueling 1935.10 81190 Gerald Streitz 22.40 81191 Verizon 191.28 81192 AT&T 147.82 ATTEST: Tamra Sperry, County Auditor Paul J. Schmitz, Chairman, County Commissioners BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS APRIL 8, 2021 11 :00 AM. Chairman Paul J. Schmitz called the meeting to order. Commissioners Robert Schmeling and Adam Smith were present. The purpose of this special meeting is to discuss the phone issues at the Human Services Building. Patsy Maus joined the meeting. Dis- cussion was held in regards to the out dated telephones that are not function- ing correctly at the Human Services Building. A quote was reviewed from RTC. It was agreed to get an updated quote after RTC comes out to look at the building. No action was taken at this time. Commissioner Schmeling moved to adjourn and Commissioner Smith sec- onded.- Motion carried. Chairman Schmitz declared the meeting ad- journed at 11 :45 AM. "ATTESTF “"' Tamra Sperry, County Auditor . " P'ai'JI JE' Sbhftlit’z“, Chairman, County COmmissioners (May 13) City of Beach CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS PUBLISHED SUBJECT TO THE GOVERNING BODY’S REVIEW AND REVISION A regular meeting of the Beach City Council was called to order by Mayor Jeanne Larson on May 3, 2021 at 7:00 pm. Present when the meeting was called to order was City Council Nick Hegel, Tim Marman, Lynn Swanson- Puckett, Sarah Ross, Bev Wolff, Andy Zachmann, PWS Randy Dietz, City Au- ditor Kimberly Gaugler, and Engineer Eric Lothspeich. The Pledge of Allegiance was re- cited. Roll call was taken. All members were present. Mayor Larson called for any addi- tions or corrections to the agenda. Gau- gler request adding to the agenda Designation of the Official Newspaper for the City. ‘Minutes Minutes of the meeting on April 19th were presented. Wolff moved to ap- prove the minutes, second by Swan- son-Puckett. Motion carried unanimously. Vouchers H}, Vouchers were reviewed for pay- ment. Marman moved to approve pay- ing half of the bill submitted by Gary VanVleet at 800 5th Avenue NW for re- placement of the sewer service line in the boulevard, second by Swanson- Puckett. Motion carried unanimously. Hegel moved to approve the following vouchers presented, second by Wolff. Motion carried unanimously. 21787 Abrasives Inc. 501 .97 21788 AE2S 395.20 21789 Beach Food Center 25.30 21790 Beach Park Board 4541.02 21791 Boss Office‘ Products 71.14 21792 CNH 198.82 21793 Comfort Suites 86.40 21794 Cooperative Legal Services PLLC 2,025.00 21795 Dakota Pump Control 750.00 21796 Display Sales 491.00 21797 Farmers Union/NAPA 1,986.61 21798 G'& G Garbage 1,800.00 21799 Gary VanVleet 1,415.25 21800 GV County 8,757.00 21801 GV News 971.51 21802 Jill Schatz 122.28 21803 John Deere Financial 943.80 21804 JSG Agency 19.00 21805 Kimberly Gaugler 11.15 21806 Loren Martian 67.20 21807 Midstate Communications 369.43 21808 Mindt Machines 2,975.10 21809 MDU 5,338.90 21810 Randall Dietz 282.71 21811 Rohan’s Hardware 51.32 21812 S&R Interiors 15050 21813 SBM 150,00 2101-4 Ccnoaphone 2:50.40 21815 Southwest Water Authority 12,142.49 21816 Stockwell Cleaning 275.00 21817 Thomas Littlecreek 12.83 21818 Toter Wastequip, LLC 3,379.75 21819 Valli Information 25.00 21820 Verizon 170.40 21821 Wild Vines Market I 44.50 -88939-88390, 21 762—21765, -88392-88386, 21770-21772, -88384-88375, 21778-21785 Wages for April 27,540.38 -88393 ND State Tax 622.90 21766 City of Beach 261.87 -88389 FSB 2,675.21 21767 Unum Life Insurance 49.95 21768 BCBS of ND 6,536.00 21769 BCBS of ND 821.20 21773 Void 21774 Bank of ND 29,945.53 -88385 NDPERS 76.08 21 775, Void 21776 US Treasury 317.04 21777 USPS , 216.44 21786 City of Beach 371 .34 -88374 FSB 3,102.82 -88373 ND PERS 1,818.43 Manual Check 2001 AE2S 5,709.13 Manual Check 2002 Arntson Stewart Wegner, PC Public Works Report PWS Dietz reviewed his written re- port. Dietz provided an estimate of $88,495.00 from Elite Enterprise LLC to install watermain in the alley wiest'of tst‘ Ave SW between ‘6th‘ and 4th Streets. Dietz explained thisiproject would improve the water quality and quantity in this area. Dietz request com- pleting this project rather than three projects approved on March 1, 2021: replace Eddy fire hydrants 425, 426, and 439, replace Eddy fire hydrants 103, 123, 133, add water main between 3rd 4th Avenue NE, replace Water Main on 5th Avenue between 2nd 3rd Street NE Marman moved to approve the re- quest, second by Wolff. Motion carried unanimously. ‘Auditor Report Gaugler reviewed her written report. Wolff moved to approve the request to transfer 80 hours of sick leave from one employee to another employee, second by Ross. Motion carried unanimously. Engineers Report Engineer Lothspeich reviewed the written report. .3 2021 Street and Utility Improvement Project Contractor has completed wa- termain and services on'5th Avenue and has passed pressure testing. Once bacteria testing is complete the water- main will be brought online and tempo- rary water service will be removed. The Contractor has started installing water— main and services on 4th Avenue. Con- tractor’s Application for Payment #1 from BEK Consulting, LLC. in the amount of $68,064.89 was reviewed. Zachmann moved to approve Contrac- 3,603.83 Wecanhelpyou Verizon Wireless participates in the Lifeline program. which is a government assistance programthat‘offers qualified, low-incomecustomers a discount on their monthly ‘ . wireless sconce. only eligible ousternersrpay enroll in the program. tor’s AppliCation for Payment #1, sec- ond by Ross. Motion carried unani- mously. 2021 6th Street Watermain Im- provements Project —— Contractor has completed watermain bores on 6th Street from 4th Avenue to Central Av- enue and has started watermain tie-ins on 4th and 3rd Avenue. The Golden Val- ley Manor has agreed to deed street right of way to the City and is agreeable to a utility easement. The City Attorney will prepare easement documents. Amendment #2 to Owner-Engineer Agreement in the amount of $2,250.00 was reviewed. Marman moved to ap- prove Amendment #2, second by Wolff. Motion carried unanimously. Contractor Application for Payment #1 from Elite Enterprises, LLC in the amount of $145,564.43 was reviewed. Wolff moved to approve Contractor’s Appli- cation for Payment #1, second by Hegel. Motion carried unanimously. New Business Swanson Puckett moved to approve the First Reading of Ordinance 391, second by Zachmann. Motion carried unanimously. ORDINANCE NO. 391 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RE ENACTING SECTIONS 10.0433 OF THE CITY CODE OF THE CITY OF BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA RELATING ,TO SPECIAL EVENT ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE PERMITS Correspondence was read from Post Grad Committee. Swanson-Puck- ett moved to donate $500 from the Community Enhancement Fund to Post Grad Committee, second by Ross. Mo- tion carried unanimously. An Application for License to Sell Fireworks submitted by Double V Fire- works was reviewed. Swanson-Puckett moved to approve the Application for License to Sell Fire- works, second by Zachmann. Motion carried unanimously. An Application for Special Event Permit submitted by Golden Valley County Fair Association was reviewed. Zachmann moved to approve the Appli- cation for Special Event Permit, second by Hegel. Motion carried unanimously. An Application for Raffle submitted by Golden Valley County Fair Associa- tion was reviewed. Swanson moved to approve the Application for Raffle, sec- ond by Wolff. Motion carried unani- mously. Thank you correspondence from Post Prom was read. Wolff moved to designate Golden Valley News as the official newspaper of the City, second by Ross. Motion car- ried unanimously. No other business was brought for- ward. Marman moved to adjourn, sec- ond by Swanson-Puckett. Meeting adjourned at 7:50 pm. ATTEST: Jeanne Larson, Mayor Kimberly Gaugler, City Auditor (May, 1,3) ,-1,vg ‘l.r,."»' ‘Election’Notice‘ 6 NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION Notice is hereby given that on Tues- day, the 8th day of June, 2021, the an— nual election of Lone Tree School District #6 will be held at the Golva Ele- mentary School, Golva, North Dakota, for the purpose of electing one (1) member to the school board for a term of three years. Also on the ballot will be the question of whether or not to pub— lish the school board minutes in the local newspaper. The polls will be open . at 11:00 AM Mountain Time and will close at 7:00 PM MT of that same day. If you are unable to go to the polls on Election Day, applications for absentee ballots will be available at Golva School Business Office. Leah Zook, Business Manager Lone Tree School District No. 6 (May 13 and 20) You may'be eligible fora Lifeline discount if you currently participate in a qualifying public assistance program or otherwise satisfy the federal income requirements. The Lifeline discount ls limited to a single fine of service per household. Eligible customers may apply the Lifeline discount'to either one landline or one wireless number. but you cannot have the discount on both services. Other service providers may use terms other than “Lifelinei‘yto describe the Lifeline discount. The Lifeline service may not be transferred-to anyiotnerindividual. Applicants must present documentation of household income oriiparticipation in qualifying programs. Consumers who willfulfy make false statements in order to obtain the benefit can be punished by fine or imprisonment, or may be barred from the program. To receiVe furtherinformation about the Lifetine wireless services, call Verizon Wireless ' at BOO-4173849 or go to www.verizonwirelesscom/liieline. Lifeline is only avaiiable in limited areas where Verizon Wireless has been designated to offer these programs. Verizon“ Themarketyou'reintietcrmrnestaxcs. surcharges and lees. saunas E911 arrrlgross rocc:rrt<:l:;rrgex A. . KM and 44% to your standard month access anti other charges {examine 5st} Humor, 8 in no Arimrnistrafwe ('81 .95 per VQICG line. 6 cents per 0818.018); Irrrel ct, Offer not available In all areas. Other restrictions mayauply 202‘. Yc'rzon Wrrcirizss