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rye—«W 5...“- .. M. Page 6 mwwmw w-.. .s 2.»... Golden Valley News .-»~—~W May 23, 2016 PUBLIC NOTICES NEWS Notice 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 and noxious weeds controlled is appre- elated. Kimberly Gaugler, Cih/ Auditor (May 2, 9, 16 and 23) Nofice 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 151 . 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 CALL FOR SEALED BIDS FOR 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- tor’s Office at PO. Box 168, Medora, North Dakota 58645, until the hour of 11:00 AM MDT, Tuesday, June 4, 2019, for one (1) new tractor with rear cradle boom for the County Road Department. Bids will be submitted on the speci- 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) Bids CALL FOR BIDS ON USED EQUIPMENT Notice is hereby given that the Billings County Board of Commission- ers will receive and open separate sealed bids to sell the following for cash “as is" Description: _ 2005 Ford F-350 Crew Cab VIN# 1FTWW31Y75E008062 mileage approximately 112,000 ,For more information or to inspect equipment, contact Jeff lverson at 701 — 290-9581. Sealed bids can be mailed to the Billings County Auditor’s Office at PO Box 168, Medora, ND 58645 or dropped off at the Billings County Court- house, Auditor’s Office. Please mark “Equipment Bid” on the envelope and place each vehicle bid in a separate en- velope. Bids must be turned in by June 4,2019 at 11:00 AM. Bids will be opened in the Billings County Commissioners Room at the Courthouse in Medora, ND, at 11:00AM. on June 4,2019. Successful bidders will be contacted by Jeff lverson . to schedule a time to pick up your item(s). The board shall reserve the right to accept or reject any or all bids. Dated at Medora, ND this 10th day of May, 2019 by order of the, Board of County Commissioners. Marcia Lamb Billings County Auditor (May 23 and 30) Hearing Notice PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Beach City Council will hold a Public Hearing at 7:30 pm. on June 17, 2019 for comment on an Application for Building with Variance at Hunter’s Fourth Addition Block 7 Lot 1. A vari- ance of 4’ is necessary in order for con- struction to proceed. Kimberly Gaugler Zoning Administrator (May 23 and 30) Hearing Notice PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Beach Zoning Board will hold a Public Hearing at 8:15 am. on June 17, 2019 for comment on a Request for Conditional Use at 309 1st Street SE. The request is for an in home occupa- tion (Cosmetology Business) which does not affect the integrity of the neigh- borhood. Kimberly Gaugler Zoning Administrator (May 23 and 30) Notice Billings County Board of ‘ Equalization The Unorganized Township and County Board of Equalization will meet on Tuesday. dune 4, 2019 at '1 :00 pm in the commissioner's room at the county courthouse. Each taxpayer has the right to ap- 7 pear before the appropriate local board of review or equalization and petition for correction of the taxpayer‘s assess— ment. (May 23 and 30) City of Beach CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS PUBLISHED SUBJECT TO THE GOVERNING BODY’S REVIEW AND REVISION A special meeting of the Beach City Council was called to order by Presi— dent Jeanne Larson on May 10, 2019, at 7:05 pm. Present when the meeting was called to order was City Council Tim Marman, Andy Zachmann, Bev Wolff, Wade Walworth, City Auditor Kimberly Gaugler, and guests Waiter Tara Losinski, Pam Littlecreek, Karolyn McNamara, Mysti Nemitz, Sojourn Keller, Velvet Craigo, Bart & Trish Bishop, Mike Braden, Jodi Ebel, Brandt Gaugler and Jack Schneider. Roll Call was taken. Mayor Henry Gerving and Mark Benes were absent. The purpose of the meeting was for Public Comment on the Request by Wade Walworth to transfer Off-Sale Beer and Liquor Licenses from Cedar Liquor to 3rd Ave. Liquor — Walter Losinski. Walworth declared a conflict of interest and will abstain. Zachmann moved to open the Pub— lic Hearing for comment, second by Marman. Motion carried unanimously. Jodi Ebel spoke in support of the transfer of licenses. No other comment was given. President Larson asked for a show of hands of those in support of the transfer of licenses. All individuals raised their hand. Zachmann moved to close the Pub- lic Hearing, second by Wolff. Motion carried unanimously. Marman moved to approve the Re- quest by Wade Walworth to transfer Off- Sale Beer and Liquor Licenses from Cedar Liquor to 3rd Ave. Liquor — Wal- ter Losinski, second by Zachmann. Marman — yes, Zachmann — yes, Wolff — yes. Walworth — abstained. Motion carried. Walworth moved to adjourn, second by Wolff. Motion carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 7:15 pm. ATTEST: Henry Gerving, Mayor Kimberly Gaugler, City Auditor (May 23) 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 Henry Gerving on May 6, 2019 at 7:00 pm. Present when the meeting was called to order was City Council Andy Zachmann, Jeanne Larson, Mark Benes, Public Works Superintendent Randy Dietz, City Auditor Kimberly Gaugler, Engineer Adam Isakson and guest Brandt Gaugler. The Pledge of Allegiance was re- cited. Roll call was taken. Marman, Wal- worth and Wolff were absent. Minutes Minutes of the meeting on April 15, 2019 were presented. Benes moved to approve the minutes, second by Zach- mann. Motion carried unanimously. Vouchers Benes moved to approve the follow- ing vouchers, second by Larson. Motion carried unanimously. 20423 AE2S 5,909.25 20424 Beach Food Center 163.22 20425 Beach Park Board 3,548.70 20426 Black Mountain Software100.00 20427 Boss Office Products 359.35 20428 Civic Plus 1,736.44 20429 CNH 106.70 20430 Comfort Suites , 169.20 20431 Coral Creek Landfill 2,742.50 20432 Core Main, LP 2,358.12 20433 Country Media Inc. 26.00 20434 Dakota Dust-Tex 165.10 20435 Ebeltoft Sickler Lawyers 3,390.00 20436 Enviro. Systems Research 500.00 20437 Farmers Union/NAPA 3,181.21 20438 Frontier Precision 2,419.92 20439 G G Garbage 1,500.00 20440 Golden Valley County 8,957.47 20441 GVC News 205.28 20442 Grainger 51.33 20443 Home on the Range 140.00 20444 Jill Schatz 57.76 20445 Leslie Miller 50.00 20446 Marman Co. 65.00 20447 Marman Plumbing 2,850.00 20448 Mid—American Research Chemical 441.07 20449 Midstate Communications 270.64 20450 MDU 5,006.99 20451 Normont Equip. 2,803.23 20452 One Call Concepts - 25.85 20453 Prairie Lumber Co. 714.46 20454 Ramkota Hotel 169.20 20455 Randall Dietz 8.44 20456 Rohan’s Hardware 63.76 20457 Sanitation Products 524.58 20458 SBM 37.90 20459 Sidney Herald 85.64 20460 Solotek . 20,104.00 20461 Southwest ' Water Authority 9,175.51 20462 Stockwell Cleaning 275.00 20463 Valli Info. . 25.00 20464 Verizon Wireless 176.56 20465 Wild Vines Market 35.00 20405-20406 & -88906— -88903. 20416-20421 & -88901- 88893 Wages for April ' 24,440.76 38907 ND State Tax 499.49 —88902 First State Bank 2,591.62 20407 City of Beach 264.52 20408 Blue Cross Blue Shietd4,126.00 20409 Blue Cross Blue Shield 593.00 20410 Bank of ND 29,945.53 20411 Beach FBLA 1,000.00 20412 Unum Life Insurance 33.24 20413 Kimberly Gaugler 186.41 20414 Randall Dietz 276.89 ' 20415 USPS 205.24 ' -88892 ND PERS . 2,861.81 -88891 First State Bank 2,918.78 20422 City of Beach 192.78 Public Works Report Dietz reviewed his written report. Benes moved to replace the gate valve near intersection of Central Avenue-S and 2nd Avenue, second by Larson. Motion carried unanimously. Dietz pre- sented a quote from Color Dynamics to paint the floor of the north water tower in the amount of $12,000. Benes moved to approve, second by Larson. Motion carried unanimously. Zachmann moved to charge a fee of $1 per bag for grass and leaf collection, second by Larson. Discussion. Zachmann moved to re- scind his motion, second by Larson. Motion carried unanimously. Larson moved to hire Loren Martian at $19/hr as the Solid Waste Manager, second by Zachmann. Motion carried unani- mously. Larson moved to approve re— hiring seasonal employee Trevor Losinski at $14/hr and a second sea— sonal employee at $13/hr, second by Benes. Motion carried unanimously. Auditor Report Gaugler reviewed her written report. Engineers Report 2019 Sewer Replacement Project The closing date on the USDA loan is Wednesday, May 15th. A pre—con- struction meeting will be held Thursday May 16th at 2 pm. Isakson presented Change Order 1 in the amount of $4,000 for the upsize of a backup gen— erator from 36KW to 50KW in order to run both 15hp lift station pumps simul- taneously if necessary. Benes moved to approve Change Order 1 pending USDA review, second by Zachmann. Motion carried unanimously. 2017 Street Project Contractor will be re—seeding during the 3rd week of May. Zoning Leann Allen’s term on theZoning Board will expire in May. Allen is willing to continue to serve on the Zoning Board. Zachmann moved to approve reappointing Allen to the Zoning Board for another five (5) year term, second by Benes. Motion carried unanimously? Committee Report Police Committee Mayor Gerving request Dietz pro- vide an estimate for an Animal Shelter at the next meeting. Currently, the City Ordinance does not specify for wrong direction parking. Zachmann moved to add wrong direc- tion parking when updating the City Or- dinance, second by Larson. Motion carried unanimously. New Business Benes moved to approved Resolu- tion 2019—12, second by Zachmann. Motion carried unanimously. RESOLUTION NO. 2019-12 A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING IS- SUANCE OF SEWER REVENUE BOND, SERIES 2019 for CITY OF BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA WHEREAS, City of Beach, North Dakota (the "City") owns, operates and maintains a wastewater. .utility .system for the purpose of providing sanitary sewer facilities to its residents and cus- tomers; and WHEREAS, the City has undertaken certain improvements to the sewer util— ity system, including installation of a new lift station and force main (the "Pro- ject"); and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that it is financially feasible and in its best interest to finance the Project through the issuance of revenue bonds pursuant to Chapter 40-35 of the North Dakota Century Code; and WHEREAS, the City has received a commitment from the United States De- partment of Agriculture, Rural Utilities Service to provide long—term financing for the Project through the purchase of its revenue bonds in the amount of $482,000 pursuant to a Letter of Condi- tions dated August 9, 2018, and on the terms and conditions set fonh herein. Henry Gerving, Mayor ATTEST: Kimberly Gaugler, City Auditor Benes moved to approve the Clos- ing Non-Arbitrage Certificate of $482,000 for the City of Beach, North Dakota, Sewer Revenue Bond, Series 2019, second by Zachmann. Motion carried unanimously. An Application for Rafer submitted by Spirit of the West was presented. Benes moved to approve, second by LarsonuMotion carried unanimously. An Application for Raffle submitted by Golden Valley County Fair Associa- tion was presented. Benes moved to approve, second by Larson. Motion car- ried unanimously. Correspondence from ND DOT re- garding pavement markings was read. Thank you correspondence from Dante Hatch and the Buchholz family‘ was read. An Application for Special Events submitted by Golden Valley County Fair was reviewed. Benes m0ved to ap- prove, second by Zachmann. Motion carried unanimously. The remainder of the meeting was spent reviewing Chapter XI Procedure ‘ to Grant a Franchise. No other business was brought for- ward. Marman moved to adjourn, sec- ond by Zachmann. Meeting adjourned at 8:35 pm. ATTEST: Henry Gerving, Mayor Kimberly Gaugler, City Auditor (May 23) ' Beach School Board PROCEEDS OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BEACH SCHOOL BOARD Unofficial Minutes Subject to Review and Revision of the Board May 9, 2019 4:30 pm. Room 11 Members present were Kimberly Gaugler, Robert Sperry, Mike Van Horn, Mark Lund, Carrie Zachmann, Misty Farnstrom, Dave Wegner, ‘ Wayne Heckaman, and Lynn Swanson. . Chris Kittleson was absent. Visitors were LoriRising, Tammy Nistler, Marla Haugen, Sydnee Steele, Malia Cunningham, Jenna Hildebrant, Tilda Ernstssbn, Sue Feldman, and Madonna Oech. . President Gaugler called the meet- ing to order at 4:30 pm. Gaugler rec- ognized visitors. ' Gaugler reviewed the agenda. Weg- ner indicated agenda item #70 needs to be amended to resignations. Con- sensus of the board is to approve agenda with amendment of agenda item #70 Farnstrom presented April 10, 2019 regular meeting minutes and April 17, 2019 special meeting minutes. Motion by Sperry, second by Van Horn to ap— prove both sets of minutes. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented general fund, activity fund, food service fund, general fund manual checks, activity fund man- ual checks and April payroll. Disbus- sion. Motion by Van Horn, second by Lund to approve all bills and payroll. Discussion. Roll call vote carries unan- imously. 43457 Amerpride Services lnc.247.29 43458 AT&T Mobility 49.30 43459 BACC 10.00 43460 Beach FBLA 1,000.00 43461 Beach Food Center 347.15 43462 Leanne Benes 80.10 43463 Amanda Bieber 48.00 43464 Bismarck Tribune 35.70 43465 Boss Office and Computer Products Inc. 1,413.66 43466 Brosz Engineering Inc.1,420.00 43467 Capital One Commercial 14.99 43468 CDWG 328.08 43469 Cenex FIeetcard/CHS Inc. 537.96 43470 City of Beach 973.18 43471 Hauck Travis 259.80 43472 D&E Supply Company Inc. 2,314.63 43473 Dakota Dust-Tex Inc. 232.10 43474 Darrel's Body Shop 68.00 43475 Dick Blick/Blick Art Materials Payments 743.78 43476 Dynamic Measurment Group Inc. 78.00 43477 Edutech Education Technology Services 170.00 43478 Eldridge Plays and Musicals 28.80 43479 Elite Card Payment Center 5,265.76 43480 Ex Flex Sports Mats 1,295.00 43481 Fargo Glass and Pain15,985.57 43482 Farmers Union Oil Corp. 4,323.56 43483 Fastspring 250.00 43484 Don and Trisha Feirgin 270.28 43485 Four Seasons Trophies 57.21 43486 Golden Valley News/Billings Co. Pioneer/ALBN Inc 264.49 43487 Greg Glass Construction, LLC 95.00 43488 Innovative Office Solutions LLC 489.68 43489 John Deere Financial 187.38 43490 Sarah Maus 52.50 43491 MDU Resources Group Inc. 5,561.47 43492 Midstate Communications Inc. 804.84 43493 MINJ Technologies Direct Inc. 1,128.76 43494 NASCO/Aristotle Corp. 87.22 43495 National Business Furniture 43496 North Dakota Insurance Department-Boiler 720.00 43497 Northwest 'fire Inc. 1,938.68 43498 Olsons Service LLC 3,737.50 43499 Feper J.W. & Son Inc. 17.99 43500 Prairie Lumber Corp. 1.069.16 43501 Prairie West Gold CourseQ0.00 43502 Prazzair Distribution |nc.245.40 43503 Preble Medical Services 91.00 43504 Productivity Ius Account 536.98 3505 Ramada of Fargo 240.30 43506 Ramkota Hotel Bismarck300.00 43507 Really good Stuff, LLC 37.98 43508 Renissance 496.76 Learning Inc. 2,199.00 43509 RESP 500.00 43510 Lori Rising 62.99. 43511 Rohan Hardware 2,541.48 43512 Rudy's Lock Key LLC 240.00 43513 Runnings Supply Inc. 100.96 43514 Jessie Schmeling 57.71 43515 School Nurse Supply Inc. 117.13 43516 School Specialty Payments 82.69 43517 Sleep Inn and Suites of Bismarck 229.05 43518 Smart Computers . and Consulting LLC 40.00 43519 Robert Sperry 301.80 43520 Steffan's Saw and Bike 559.95 43521 Wal Mart Storse Inc. 167.78 43522 West River Student Services 5,843.61 ' 43523 Wild Vines Market LLC 75.00 43524 Carolyn Zook 30:00 3709 Balfour Big Sky 99.78 3710 Beach Food Center 305.72 3711 Braun Distrubing Queen City Candy 19.71 3712 Capital One Commercial 117.34 3713 Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Dickinson 140.00 3714 Elite Card Payment Center 7,277.72 3715 Farmers Union Oil‘Corp. 611.95 3716 Food Services of America123.41 3717 Jones School Supply 69.96 3718 The Local ‘ 117.00 3719 Logo Magic 264.00 3720 Sarah Maus 33.96 3721 Prairie Lumber Corp. 37.60 3722 Reynolds Market 275.62 3723 Rohan Hardware . 53.19 3724 Wild Vines Market LLC 87.50 7336 Beach Food Center 93.54 7337 Dean Foods Inc. 965.20 7338 Food Services Golden Valley County (May 16, 23 & 3,0th) TOWNSHIP/CITY DATE TIME Unorganized Twps June 4 1:00, pm. County Equalization June 4 1:00 pm. . State Board August 13 TBD of America 4,191.33 7339 ND Department of Public Instruc- tion 993.20. 9618 Region X Music, Speech and Drama Admin 180.00 9619 Killdeer High School 390.00 16341 Midnight Express Corp. 650.00 16343 Karen J. Maus 312.00 16344 Rodney Merkel 6,500.00 April Payroll 364,771.89 Wegner presented communications. - Thank you from the Sarah Domek family for the plant. - Thank you for the Rob Curl family for the plant. - Thank you from Raynette Szudera for the gift for Administrative Profes— sionals Day. - Thank you from Post Prom for the donation. - Letter from Post Graduation was read. Motion by Sperry, second by Zachmann to approve $500 for Post Graduation. Roll call vote carries unan- imously. - Thank you from FBLA for the board donation for the national convention. Wegner presented public participa- tion. - Close Up students presented an oral report about the trip they attended. Tilda Ernstsson narrated a slide show of the Close Up trip. Discussion. Swan- son arrived at the meeting. Wegner presented personnel. - Two year Negotiated Agreement for the 2019-2021 school years was presented for approval. Discussion. Mo- tion by Van Horn, second by Lund to ap- prove the two year Negotiated Agreement for the 2019-2021 school years. Roll call vote carries unani- mously. Other staff wages and negotiations were reviewed and discussed. A future special meeting will be scheduled for approving these items. - Resignation from Dawn Lowman as assistant cock was read. Resignation from Rod Merkel as high school social studies teacher was read. Motion by Lund, second by Van Horn to approve Merkel’s resignation. Motion carries unanimously. - Resignation from Dawn Lowman needs a motion by the board. Motion by Sperry, second by Zachmann to ap- prove Lowman’s resignation. Motion carries unanimously. Wegner presented facilities. - Elementary security project from Prairie Engineering has been commu- nicating with Mrs. Swanson. Discus— sion. - Brosz Engineering is working on preparing the work on the high school football field to be put out for bids. Dis- cussion. - TMI has submitted an estimate for the high school library project. Discus- sion. 1 - ENG Tech Architects have indi— cated the possible construction of stor- stairwells will not meet safety stan- dards. Discussion. Consensus of the board is to have Greg Glass Construc- tion repair the stair handrails going down the stairs and replace the fencing around the top of the stairwells with a sheetrock half wall. Discussion. Wegner presented new business. FCAE-BR — Suicide Prevention was presented for the only reading. Mo- tion by Van Horn, second, by Sperry to approve reading. Motion carries unani- mously. Updating, removing and possibly recycling computers that cannot be up- dated was discussed. Reducing the number of computers in Sue Feldman’s high school computer lab and replacing with new computers was discussed. Zachmann spoke on the computers that age above the high school gymnasium. , could not be updated and the place- ment of the updatable computers into the classrooms. Discussion. Motion by Zachmann, second by Lund to take the older computers offline and approve the purchase of 20 new computers for Sue Feldman’s classroom. Roll call vote car- ries unanimously. Wegner presented old business. - Policy FCAE-Suicide Prevention was presented for the second reading. Discussion. Motion by Van Horn, sec- ond by Zachmann to approve second reading. Motion carries unanimously. Wegner presented miscellaneous business. - Wegner did not have a report for RESP. ,- Gaugler did not have a report for RACTC. Farnstrom presented business man- ager report. School board election will be held June 11, 2019 at the Beach High School with one precinct. BACC will be having the Beach citywide rummage sale on June 15th. Items from both the elementary and high school will be for sale at the bus barn as per policy ICCB-Disposal of School Equipment and Supplies. Audit engagement letter for the 2018—2019 school year from James Wosepka PC was presented. Motion by Sperry, second by Zachmann to ap- prove the letter. Motion carries unani- mously. Wegner presented superintendent report. - SB-2265 notes were distributed and reviewed regarding the 60 mill min- imum. Discussion. ' HB-1346 notes were distributed and reviewed regarding the number of home and length of school days. Dis- cussion. Home on the Range survey was distributed. Correspondence with NDSBA on cost sharing of staff between BHS and HOTR was discussed. Corre- spondence with NDSBA on the need for a certified teacher for the canine/equine clinic training sessions was discussed. Swanson presented elementary principal report. - NWEA testing and ND state as- sessments are being completed. ND Department of Public instruc- tion food service audit was conducted. Heckaman presented high school principal report. Swanson left the meet- ing. ' NWEA testing and ND state as- sessments are being completed. - This week is teacher appreciation week. - Brandon Schulte and Sydnee Steele attended Best of the Class. National Honor Society ceremony will be Monday May 13th at the high school. AWards assembly will be Friday May 17th at 2:15 pm. at the high school '- Graduation is Sunday May 26th at 2:00 p'.m. at the high school. ‘ Gaugler discussed the June regular meeting date and time. Gaugler dis- cussed the June 17th, election can- vassing meeting time. Motion by Sperry, second by Van Horn to enter into exec- utive session to discuss negotiation strategy as per NDCC 44-04-19.1. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Board en- tered into executive session at 5:50 pm. *****EXECUTIVE SESSION‘**‘* Gaugler called the meeting back to order at 6:08 pm. Gaugler called for a motion to adjourn. Motion by Sperry, second by Van Horn to adjourn. Gau- gler adjourned 6:08 pm. Kimberly Gaugler, President Misty Farnstrom, Business Manager (May 23) OFFICIAL BALLOT SCHOOL ELECTION BEACH PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #3 JUNE 11, 2019 FOR SCHOOL BOARD “RURAL DISTRICT” For a term ot‘threc years [Vote for no more than one (I) name Place a cross mark (X) by the frame of the person for whom you wish to vote. to vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot, write that person‘s name in V the blank space provided for that purpose. ’ Donnie Fairing ............................ .. Mark Lund .................................. .. WRITE IN Nofice 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 beard member, Golden Valley County Board of Equalization 2019 LOCATION Golden Valley Courthouse Golden Valley Courthouse 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 ........................................... Cl ........................................ ......[] a and which the electidn polling place will be open at 9 o'clock (9:00) am. MDT and will close at 7 o'clock (7:00) pm. MDT of that day. Dated at Beach, r North Dakota this 9th day of May, 2019. Misty Farnstrom, Business Man- ager ,1 Beach Public School District #3 (May 16 and 23)