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!Page 6 I Golden Valley News May 16, 2019 Notice (May 9 and 16) Notice to Property Owners Property owners of Beach are re- sponsible for keeping their property mowed and noxious weeds controlled. When property is not mowed or weeds become a nuisance, the City will mow and/or spray the property at a cost of $150 per lot as allowed by City Ordi- nance 12.0101-12.0105. Your coopera- tion in keeping your property mowed bnd noxious weeds controlled is appre- ciated. Kimberly Gaugler, City Auditor (May 2, 9, 16 and 23) Bids Request for Bids Golden Valley County Commission BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS April 2, 2019 9:00 A.M. Chairman Harley Steffen called the meeting to order. Commissioners Robert Schmeling and Paul J. Schmitz and States Attorney Christina Wenko were present. Commissioner Schmeling made a motion to add Weed Control Officer Mark Golberg JR to the agenda at 9:45 A.M. and leave the rest as is and Com- missioner Schmitz seconded. Motion carried. Commissioner Schmitz made a me- The Beach Public School District will tion to approve the March regular meet- ing minutes and Commissioner accept sealed bids for managed IT sup- port services. ' Sealed bids are to be marked "Man- aged IT Support Services" and ad- dressed to Beach Public School District, Attn: Misty Farnstrom, Busi- ness Manager, P.O. Box 368, Beach, ND 58621. Bids must be received by 8.:00 PM MT, May 22, 2019. Bids will be opened and awarded in the Superin- tendent's office at 3:00 P.M. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids, and to waive irregularities. A Request for Proposal is available upon request by calling 701-872-4161 Ext. 1102. All amendments to the RFP will be available at the Beach High School office and it is the responsibility of inter- i~sted vendors to frequently call to de- termine if there are amendments to the original RFP. 2 Misty Farnstrom, Business Manager ," Telephone 701-872-4161 Ext. 1102 (May 2, 9 and 16) Bids NORTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION REQUEST FOR BIDS STANDING HAY ON RIGHT OF WAY i, OF INTERSTATE 94 AND INTERSTATE 29 The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) seeks sealed bids for cutting, baling, and removing flay on designated sections of highway fight of way along 1-94 and 1-29. Bids will be for the 2019 haying season. a NDDOT will accept sealed bids in five district offices. Faxed bids will not be accepted. Interested bidders can L~. ntact the respective NDDOT district office listed below to obtain a bid docu- ment, copy of the Risk Management Schmeling seconded. Motion carried. Commissioner Schmeling made a motion to approve the prepaid and cur- rent vouchers for payment and Com- rhissioner Schmitz seconded. Motion carried. Current business brought before the Board: Commissioner Steffen made a mo- tion to sign a contract with Armor Inter- active Inc. for IT support for the County and to amend the General Budget by $10,606 for the contract and Commis- sioner Schmitz seconded. Motion car- ried. Commissioner Schmeling made a motion to sign the Home on the Range gaming authorization for the 2019 year and Commissioner Schmitz seconded. Motion carried. .commissioner Schmeling made a motion to create and amend the Spe- cial Assessment Budget by $909.16 and to amend the General Budget by $724.24 to cover the real estate taxes and specials for the property that went back to the County for delinquent taxes and Commissioner Schmitz seconded. Commissioner Schmitz made a mo- tion to transfer $3,600 from the General Fund to the County Agent Fund per 2019 budgets and Commissioner Schmeling seconded. Motion carried. .Commissioner Steffen made a mo- tion to transfer $265,275 from the Road Reserve Fund to the County HT Fund and to amend the County HT Budget by the same amount to cover the gravel that was purchased from Byron Richard and Commissioner Schmeling sec- onded. Motion carried. .commissioner Steffen made a mo- tion to transfer $4,000 from the Wireless 911 Fund to the County 911 Fund per 2019 budgets and Commissioner Schmeling seconded. Motion carried. Appendix, and sample certificate of lia- .Discussion was held on legal coun- bility insurance. The REQUEST FOR sel for Townships in the County. It was BID document must be. completed-;, agreed ,th~3t Townships are theirown en- Signed in ink, sealed in an envelope tity and there could be a conflict if the marked, "Bids for Standing Hay", and Townships and the County disagree on 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 p.m. CDT Thursday, June 6, 2019. Dickinson office: 1:30 p.m. MDT, Thursday, June 6, 2019. NDDOT district offices: i, 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: P.O. 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 2, 9 and 16) Hearing Notice Golden Valley County Zoning Hearing Notice : Our next meeting and public hearing for the below agen~la items is sched- uled for Monday, May 20, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. in the Commissioners Room at the courthouse. The Agenda Items for the meeting are: Bang, Morris request a replat of ~Nhiskey Spring Subdivision, a sketch plat has been submitted for considera- tion, (step one of a three step process, sketch plat, preliminary plat and final plat) this would sub divide lots to 3 Acre parcels, table at the April 29, 2019 meeting. issues and States Attorney Christina Wenko can answer basic questions with the direction from the Board to do so. States Attorney Wenk0 will draft a letter to be sent to the Township informing them of this. States Attorney Christina Wenko gave the Board an update on what is going on in her office for the County. Commissioner Schmeling made a motion to ,sign the Memorandum of Agreement between the County and the Townships in regards to the County agreeing to give mutual aid if there is an emergency to the Townships if needed and Commissioner Schmitz seconded. Motion carried. A letter from the Fair Board was re- ceived requesting to appoint Tina Davidson to the Board to fill a vacancy. Commissioner Schmeling refrained from voting as he is on the Fair Board. Commissioner Steffen made a motion to appoint Tina Davidson to the Fair Board and Commissioner Schmitz sec- onded. Motion carried. Weed (~ontrol Officer Mark Golberg JR met with the Board to discuss with them with the plans he found in his of- fice from back in 2013 that were pre- sented to the Board at that time for a new weed building. Golberg will get up- dated pricing and look at a couple other options on the plans and get back with the Board. Henry Gerving joined the meeting. Ben Baker and Jack Cook with the Prairie West Development Foundation Board met with the Board to request money to continue operating for 2019 and to consider putting a mill levy back on for 2020 when it comes time for budgets. Commissioner Schmeling made a motion to contribute $6,000 Prairie West Development and to amend the General Budget for the same amount and Commissioner Schmitz seconded. Road Foreman Pete Wirtzfeld and Andrew Krebs with KLJ met with the Board to give them an update on the Mosher Bridge project. Chairman Stef- fen signed certifications and an appli= cation for department of the Army permit. Discussion was also held on the ROW offer amount to State Land Department for the project. The City of Beach wants to pur- chase scoria and gravel from the County. Wirtzfeld and the Board are fine with selling the material to another government entity. Discussion was held on various road topics. Commis- sioner Schmeling made a motion to add an additional 6 miles to the current agreement with Nell Construction LLC for blading and Commissioner Steffen seconded. MotiOn carried. A new agreement will be drafted with the addi- tional miles. Commissioner Schmeling made a motion to adjourn and Commissioner Steffen seconded. Motion carried. Chairman Steffen declared the meeting adjourned at 11.:51 A.M. The following vouchers were audited and approved for the month of April: Direct Deposit Golden Valley County Employees Payroll 59718.67 -99887 JP Morgan Chase Bank NA 105.99 -99888 Social Services Postage80.00 -99889 North Dakota State Treasurer 1453.89 78173-78187 Social Services Disbursements 4334.96 78188 Golden Valley Co States Attorney 1358.33 78189 Southwest Business Machines 312.82 78190 Information Technology Dept 636.50 78191 Mainstay Suites 423.00 78.192 Henry Gerving 628.28 78193 Matthew Bender & Co Inc. 80.10 78194 Lawson Products, Inc. 631.34 78195 Farmers Union Oil8054.48 78196 Fastenal Company 200.14 78197 La Quinta Inn & Suites Bismarck 507.60 78198 Darrel's Body Shop 3460.05 78199 Tamra Sperry 244.42 78200 C.E. Brooks & Associates, 193.05 78201 Rachel Keohane 103.58 78202 Radisson Hotel Bismarck. 253.80 78203 Team Laboratory Chemical Corp. 691.00 78204 Golden Valley News 544.39 78205 NDACTVSO 170.00 78206 Vivtech, LLC dba. TAB Electronics 892.00 78207 DMC Wear Parts LLC 1330.00 78208 ND County Auditors Association 100.00 78209 ND Association of Counties 125.40 78210 GLOCK Professional, Inc. 250.00 78211 Colonial Research 148.11 missioners BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS APRIL 29, 2019 2:00 P.M. Chairman Harley Steffen called the meeting to order. Commissioner Paul Schmitz, Road Foreman Pete Wirtzfeld and John Thompson were present for the meeting. The purpose of this special meeting is to discuss acquiring right of way acres from the State Land Department including the price per acre for the Mosher Road Bridge project. Commissioner Schmitz made a mo- tion to offer $825 per acre on the 2.78 permanent acres and to offer the County's minimum payment policy of $300 for the 4.28 acres of temporary construction easement acres for a grand total of $2,593.50 to the North Dakota Department of Trust Lands and Commissioner Steffen seconded. Mo- tion carried. Commissioner Schmitz made a mo- tion to appoint Road Foreman Pete Wirtzfeld as the negotiator and Com- missioner Steffen seconded. Motion carried. Wirtzfeld will contact the State Land Department with the offer. Commissioner Schmitz made a mo- tion to adjourn and Commissioner Stef- fen seconded. Chairman. Steffen declared the meeting adjourned at 2:28 pm. (May 16) Notice Water Quality Report Notice The 2018 Drinking Water Quality Report for the City of Beach is com- plete. This report will NOT be mailed. The report will be published in the Golden Valley News and posted at City Hall. Contact the City Auditor at 872- 4103 to obtain a copy. The City is re- quired 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 16 and 23) Bids FOR CALL FOR SEALED BIDS ONE NEW TRACTOR w/REAR CRADLE BOOM The Board of County Commission- ers of Billings County, North Dakota, will receive sealed bids at the County Audi- t0r's Office at P.O. Box 168, Medora, North Dakota 58645, until the hour of 78212 BOSS Inc 219.82 11:00AM MDT, Tuesday, June 4, 20;19, 78213 Otis Elevator Company 822.00 . for oneU,)new tractor with re~lc~adle,~ 78214 John Deere Financial i54.80 :-' boom for the County Road DepartmenL 78215 Northwest Tire Inc 327.16 Bids will be submitted on the speci- 78216 Rohan Hardware 23.27 78217 ND County Treasurer's Association 200.00 78218 Rachel Keohane 160.20 78219 Wallwork Truck Center 90.93 78220 ND Association of Counties 550.00 78221 Productivity Plus Account18.24 78222 Mid-American Research Chemical 110.62 78223 Tescher Fencing 180.00 78224 Beach Food Center 49.31 78225 Ashley Ueckert 772.28 78226 Electro Watchman Inc 144.00 78227 Golden Valley County Treasurer 272875.00 78228-78258 Collections Submitted 108089.88 78259-78260 Weed Control Disbursements 42.92 78261 City of Beach 427.29 78262 MDU 2544.76 fication form furnished by the Auditor's Office. A dealer bond or dealer license in a separate envelope must accom- pany each bid. Please specify "Tractor & Rear Cradle Boom" on the envelope. The Board reserves the right to re-' ject any or all bids, to waive irregulari- ties in bidding, or to accept such as may be determined in the best interests of the county. Billings County does not discrimi- nate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability in its solicitation of bids. Dated at Medora, North Dakota, this 10th day of May, 2019, by order of the Board of Commissioners. Marcia Lamb Billings County Auditor (May 16, 23 and 30) 78263 Midstate Communications,Notice Inc. 1226.76 78264 ND Association of Destruction of Records Notice Counties 196.77 78265 Jobs Development 6000.00 The West River Student Services 78266 Dom Violence and Rape Unit is providing notice to patrons in re- Crisis Ctr 2000.00 gards to destruction of special educa- 78267 Fam Connection Safe tion records. West River defines Visitation Ctr 500.00 records that have been retained for five 78268 Reservation Telephone years after the student has exited serv- Coop 40.00 ices. Notice is hereby given that such 78269 Beach Food Center 10.00 records will be destroyed on 3uly 1, 78270 Farmers Union Oil 74.93 2019, and an individual wishing to ob- 78271-78277 Library tain a copy of their records should re- Disbursements 1952.94 quest, in writing, to West River Student 78278-78289 Golden Valley Services, P.O. Box 1575, Dickinson, ND County Employees 20774.40 58602 before the date of destruction. A 78290-78297 Payroll Liability permanent record containing the stu- Disbursements 55451.07 dent's name, address, phone number, 78298-78301 Cafe record of grades, years of enrollment, Disbursements 698.36 course completed will be kept by the in- 78302 Riverside Marine & dividual school districts. West River Stu- Cycle, LLC 12900.00 dent Services Unit serves the school 78303 Cenex Fleet Fueling 1185.84 districts of Amidon, Beach, Belfieid, 78304 Scholastic Book Fairs-30 Billings County, Bowman County, 1203.50 Golva, Halliday, Hettinger, Killdeer, Mar- 78305 Verizon Wireless253.20 marth, New England, Richardton/Taylor, Tamra Sperry, County Auditor Scranton, South Heart and Twin Buttes. Harley Steffen, Chairman, County Com- (May 16) A public notice is information informing citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens' everyday lives. Public notices have been printed in local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information, for more than 200 years. Golden Valley County Board of Equalization 2019 TOWNSHIP/CITY DATE TIME LOCATION Unorganized Twps June 4 1:00 p.m. Golden Valley Courthouse County Equalization June 4 1:00 p.m. Golden Valley Courthouse State Board August 13 TBD State Capitol Each taxpayer has the right to appear before the appropriate board of re- view or equalization and petition for correction of the taxpayer's assessment. Signed and dated this 1st day of May 1 2019 Henry Gerving, Director of Tax Equalization Golden Valley County (May 16, 23 & 30th) Cattle, sheep and goat producers need to be on the lookout to make sure Palmer amaranth, leafy spurge and other invasive weed seeds don't sneak in with feed. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture determined that Palmer amaranth found its way into a soy- bean field through cattle manure. The cattle had been fed screenings from contaminated sunflower seed. "Weed seeds can be present in some feeds -- for example, grain screenings or dockage," says Karl Hoppe, North Dakota State Univer- sity Extension livestock systems spe- cialist based at the Carrington Research Extension Center (CREC). "Sometimes when the whole seed is fed, the hard outside seed coat pro- tects the seed from being digested and the viable seed passes out in the manure," Hoppe says. "When cattle are grazing, they can place manure patties throughout the pasture. Es- sentially, intact seeds could escape digestion and the animal can seed all parts of the pasture with the weed seeds that are able to germinate. "That's why screenings need to be ground with a hammer mill -- to break up the seeds and increase di- gestibility." The second way weed seeds can avoid digestion is that they germi- nate where they're fed but not actu- ally eaten by the animals. When given the right conditions, these seeds can germinate at the feeding site. Hay and other forages also may contain weeds and their seeds. The weeds, if cut when mature, would have viable seeds, he says. When feeding livestock in pens, the manure should be contained and composted, says Mary Keena, Ex- tension livestock environmental management specialist also based at the CREC. When composted cor- rectly and appropriate compost tem- peratures are attained, the weed seeds lose the ability to germinate. Search for "NDSU composting ani- mal manures" for instructions. Weed seeds can create additignal problems for livestock, says Gerald Stokka, Extension yeterinarian and livestock stewardship' specialist. For example, Palmer amaranth-infested alfalfa has the same toxicity as red- root pigweed. This family of weeds accumulates nitrates and can cause kidney damage. In summary, Hoppe says, "Buy grain clean and screened without dockage. But if you do buy grain screenings, be sure to grind (hammer mill) the screenings to destroy the weed seeds." OFFICIAL BALLOT SCHOOL ELECTION BEACH PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #3 JUNE 11,2019 FOR SCHOOL BOARD "R ~' ~ " ,"'Vo~e for no more;than one (t) name ! ; Place a cross mark (X) by the name of the person tbr' whom you wish to vote. To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot, write that person's name in the blank space provided for that purpose. Donnie Feiring Mark Lund [-'-7' r---1 WRITE IN L ] and which the election polling place Notice NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 11th day of June, 2019, at the polling place of Beach High School, City of Beach, Golden Valley County, an election will be held for the election of one school board member, will be open at 9 o'clock (9:00) a.m. MDT and will close at 7 o'clock (7:00) p.m. MDT of that day. Dated at Beach, North Dakota this 9th day of May, 2019. Misty Farnstrom, Business Man- ager Beach Public School District #3 (May 16 and 23)