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Page 4 Golden Valley News June 15, 2017 Notice combined total of the lowest and best Bids for separate Contracts. NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION All Bids shall be contained in a FOR PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION sealed envelope plainly marked show- OF INTESTACY AND APPOINTMENT ing that such envelope contains a Bid OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE for the Project. In addition, the Bidder shall place upon the exterior of such en- STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, IN velope the following information: DISTRICT COURT, COUNTY OF 1. The Work covered by the Bidder GOLDEN VALLEY, SOUTHWEST JU- (General Construction). 2. The name of the Bidder. DICIAL DISTRICT Probate No. 17-2017-PR-00010 3. Separate envelope containing Bid In the Matter of the Estate of FLOYD Bond and a copy of Contractor's Li- WlCKA cense or Renewal Certificate. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: 4. Acknowledgement of all Addenda. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that onBids shall be delivered or mailed to: City Auditor, City of Beach, 153 East the 22nd day of June, 2017, at 8:30 Main Street, PO Box 278, Beach, ND a.m., a hearing will be held before the 58621-0278. Honorable William Herauf, Judge of the The City of Beach reserves the right District Court, Golden Valley County to reject any and all Bids, to waive any Courthouse, Beach, ND, for the petition informality in any Bid, to hold all Bids for for adjudication of intestacy and ap- pointment of Ronald S. Efta, P.O. Box a period not to exceed thirty (30) days 300, Wibaux, MT 58353, as personal from the date of opening Bids, and to representative of the estate of the accept the Bid deemed most favorable to the interest of the City. After the Bid above named decedent in formal pro- opening the Owner will return Bid Se- ceedings. Any objections to the petition must curity of all except the three lowest re- be filled with the Court prior to or raised sponsible Bidders. When a Contract is awarded, the remaining unsuccessful at the hearing. If proper and if no ob- Bidder's Bonds will be returned. jections are filed or raised, the personal The Work on the improvements shall representative will be appointed with full power to administer the estate includ- be completed and ready for Final Pay- ment no later than October 31,2017, ing the power to collect all assists, pay with intermediate completion dates for all legal debts, claims, taxes and ex- critical Work as detailed in the Specifi- penses, and sell real and personal cations. Should the Contractor fail to property, and do all necessary acts for complete the Work within the time re- the estate to transfer mineral rights in quired, as set forth in the Agreement, or North Dakota. within such extra time as may have DATED this 25th day of May, 2017. been granted by formal extensions ap- /s/Ronald S. Efta Attorney and Applicant proved by the City and Engineer, there shall be deducted from any amount due PO Box 300 Wibaux County Court- him the sum of $1,000.00 per day as house compensation to the City for each day Wibaux, MT 59353 and every day that the completion of the Attorney ID No.: 04844 Work is delayed. The Contractor and Telephone: (406) 796-2431 his surety shall be liable for any excess. Fax: (406) 796-2625 Such payment shall be as and for liqui- Email: wcaefta@midrivers.com dated damages and not as a penalty. (June 1, 8 and 15) Dated this 8th day of June 2017. Publish, 06-8-17, 06-15-17, and 06- Bids 22-17. By: Is/Kim Nunberg, City Auditor ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Beach, North Dakota (June 8, 15 and 22) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City of Beach, North Dakota, will re- Bids ceive sealed Bids at the Office of the City Auditor until June 29, 2017 at the ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS hour of 2:30 p.m. local time, for the pur- SECTION 00100 pose of furnishing all materials, labor, 2017 MOSSER PIT equipment, and skill required for the CRUSHING AND STOCKPILING construction of the 2017-01 STREET GRAVEL IMPROVEMENTS, and incidental SW 1/4, SEC 10, T 143N, R 102W items, for said City, as is more fully de- BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH scribed and set forth in the Plans and Specifications which are now on file in DAKOTA the office of the City Engineer. Bids will be opened in the Office of the City Au- Sealed bids will be received by the Billings County Commission, at the of- ditor at 2:30 p.m. local time and read rice of the Billings County Auditor, 495 aloud. 4th Street, PO Box 168, Medora, North The Work consists of all labor, skill, Dakota, 58645, until 11:00 AM MT, July and materials required to properly con- struct the Improvements. Major compo- 5, 2017, at which time they will be pub- nents of the unit price contract include: licly opened and read aloud for the fur- General Construction consisting of nishing of materials, labor, equipment approximately 15,720 square yards of and skill required for the construction of Crushing and Stockpiling Gravel and in- asphalt pavement; 8,960 linear feet of concrete curb and gutter; 4,400 cubic cidental items in and for said Billings County, as is more fully described and yards of common excavation and 900 set forth in the plans and specifications cubic yards of common fill earthwork; therefore, which are now on file in the 400 linear feet of open-cut 12 inch con- office of the Billings County Auditor. crete storm sewer culverts, 1,100 Bids shall be upon cash payment on square yards of gravel restoration, 350 the following estimated quantities and square yards of concrete valley gutter, types of work: adjustments of manhole lids and valve 1 LSUM CONTRACT BOND; 1 boxes; and 2,985 square yards of site LSUM MOBILIZATION; 1 LSUM STRIP restoration and seeding. & STOCKPILE TOPSOIL & OVER- Complete digital project bidding doc- BURDEN; 30,000 CY CRUSH & uments, pursuant towhich all labor, ma- STOCKPILE GRAVEL; 12,000 CY terials, or services must be furnished, CRUSH & STOCKPILE MINED are available at www.AE2S.com or GRAVEL; 1 LSUM RECLAIM PIT SITE; www.questcdn.com. You may down- The contract documents are on file load the digital plan documents for Forty and may be examined at the following: Dollars and No Cents ($40.00) by in- putting Quest project #5155145 on the Billings County Auditor, 495 4th St, Medora, North Dakota website's Project Search page. Please KLJ, 1463 1-94 Business Loop East, contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233- 1632 or info@questcdn.com for assis- Dickinson, North Dakota tance in free membership registration, Complete digital project bidding doc- uments are available at downloading, and working with this dig- www.kljeng.com "Projects for Bid" or ital project information. Copies of the Bidding Documents may be examined www.questcdn.com. You may download at the office of Advanced Engineering the digital plan documents for $15.00 by inputting Quest project # 5158634 on and Environmental Services, Inc. the website's Project Search page. (AE2S), 103 1st Avenue W, Suite 300, Please contact QuestCDN at (952) 233- Dickinson, ND 58601-5279 (701-225- 1632 or info@questcdn.com for assis- 9636). The Bidding Documents are tance in free membership registration, available in digital PDF form on CD by downloading, and working with this dig- request from AE2S, 3101 Frontage Road South, Moorhead, MN for a NON- ital project information. Please contact REFUNDABLE charge of Sixty Dollars us at 701-483-1284 if you have any and No Cents ($60.00) for each set of questions. All bids are to be submitted on the Plans and Specifications requested, basis of cash payment for the work and The Bidding Documents are available in materials, and each bid shall be ac- the form of printed plans and specifica- companied by a separate envelope tions by request from AE2S, 3101 Frontage Road South, Moorhead, MN containing the contractor's license and for a NON-REFUNDABLE charge of bid security. The bid security must be in a sum equal to five per cent (5%) of the One Hundred Fifty Dollars and No full amount of the bid and must be in the Cents ($150.00) for each set of Plans form of a bidder's bond. A bidder's bond and Specifications requested. Bidding must be executed by the bidder as prin- Documents may also be examined at the following locations: Builders Ex- cipal and by a surety company author- ized to do business in this state, changes in Bismarck, ND; Mandan, ND; conditioned that if the principal's bid be Minot, ND; Fargo, ND; Grand Forks, accepted and the contract awarded to ND; Rapid City, SD; Minneapolis, MN; and Billings, MT. All Work shall be done the principal, the principal, within ten (10) days after notice of award, will ex- according to the Bidding Documents. ecute and effect a contract in accor- All Bids are to be submitted on the dance with the terms of his bid and the basis of cash payment for the Work and bid bond as required by the laws of the materials, and each Bid shall be ac- State of North Dakota and the regula- companied by a separate envelope tions and determinations of the govern- containing a Bidder's Bond, payable to ing body. If a successful bidder does not the City of Beach, in a sum equal to five percent (5%) of the full amount of the execute a contract within ten (10) days allowed, the bidder's bond must be for- Bid, executed by the Bidder as principal feited to the governing body and the and by a surety company authorized to project awarded to the next lowest re- do business in the State of North Dakota, conditioned that if the princi- sponsible bidder. All bidders must be licensed for the pal's Bid be accepted and the contract full amount of the bid as required by awarded to him, he, within fifteen (15) Section 43-07-05 and 43-07-12 of the days after Notice of Award, will execute North Dakota Century Code. and effect a Contract in accordance The successful Bidder will be re- with the terms of his Bid and a Contrac- quired to furnish Contract Performance tor's Bond as required by the laws of the and Payment Bonds in the full amount State of North Dakota and the regula- of the contract. tions and determinations of the City Contracts shall be awarded on the Council of the City of Beach, North basis of the low bid submitted by a re- Dakota. sponsible and responsive bidder for the All Bidders must be licensed for the aggregate sum of all bid items. A single highest amount of their Bids, as pro- contract will be awarded for the work. vided by Section 43-07-05 of the North All bids will be contained in a sealed Dakota Century Code. Cost of prepa- envelope, as above provided; plainly ration of Bids by Bidder. marked showing that such envelope Contracts shall be awarded on the contains a bid for the above project. In basis of the low Bid submitted by a re- sponsible and responsive Bidder addition, the bidder shall place upon the exterior of such envelope the following deemed most favorable to the City's in- information: terest. The Owner will not award a 1. The work covered by the bidder Combined Bid unless it is lower than the 2. The name of the bidder 3. Separate envelope containing bid bond and a copy of North Dakota Con- tractor's License or certificate of re- newal. 4. Acknowledgement of the Ad- denda. No Bid will be read or considered which does not fully comply with the above provisions as to Bond and li- censes and any deficient Bid submitted will be resealed and returned to the Bid- der immediately. The work on the improvement will be completed by December 31,2017. The Owner reserves the right to re- ject any and all bids, to waive any infor- mality in any bid, to hold all bids for a period not to exceed 30 days from the date of opening bids, and to accept the bid deemed most favorable to the inter- est of the Owner. Should the Contractor fail to com- plete the work within the time required herein or within such extra time as may have been granted by formal exten- sions of time approved by the Owner, there will be deducted from any amount due the Contractor the sum of $700 per day and every day that the completion of the work is delayed. The Contractor and his surety will be liable for any ex- cess. Such payment will be as and for liquidated damages. If special accommodations are needed, please notify the auditor so that appropriate aids can be made available. Dated this 25th day of May, 2017 BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA s/MARCIA LAMB BILLINGS COUTNY AUDITOR (June 8, 15 and 22) Billings County Commission BILLINGS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS REGULAR MEETING - MAY 2, 2017 The meeting was called to order at 9:00A.M. with Commissioners Arthaud, Kasian and Kessel in attendance. Others present during portions of the meeting were: Richard Volesky, Jeff Iverson, Kyle Shockley, Dudley Stuber, Warren Boyce, Jesse Bettencourt, Jen Turnbow, Troy Ripplinger, Matt Linne- man, Tommy Brown, Chris Kautz, Pat Rummel. Kasian moved to approve the min- utes from the April 3, 2017 regular meeting. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. Auditor Lamb went over the individ- ual fund balances with the board. Also discussion was had regarding the gen- eral and automobile liability insurance options for the county. Kessel moved to increase both to a $10MM liability limit. Kasian seconded. All voted aye. Audi- tor Lamb with detail revenues and ex- penditures at the next meeting. The board received and approvecl the foil0wihg permit Wffh road superin- tendent conditions: ARW Permits: NP Resources, LLC - SW1/4SW1/4 Section 10-143-102 near East River Road. Stacey & Shane Allen - Section 35-141-98 along 122nd Ave SW. Tax & Zoning Director went over a contract for Karen Budd Falen to up- date Billings County Land Use Plan. The total amount of the project will not exceed $65K. She also went over the reasoning for the Flood Prevention Or- dinance. The board stated their prefer- ence would be to wait for FEMA requirements. Warren Boyce: Application for a conditional use permit to move a man- ufactured home to government Lot 7, section 8-144-102 (792 Beaver Creek Rd). Property is zoned agricultural. Photos were presented to show where it would sit. The sewer and water appli- cations have been turned in. The zoning board approved the conditional use per- mit. Kessel moved to uphold the zoning board decision. Kasian seconded. All voted aye. The board reviewed the 2017 Billings County Burn Ban Resolution 2017-12. Kessel moved to adopt the resolution. Kasian seconded. All voted aye. The resolution reads as follows: RESOLUTION NO: 2017-12 Fire Emergency Order WHEREAS, the Billings County Board of County Commissioners recog- nizes that current conditions have cre- ated an extreme risk to the citizens and property within Billings County, ND, of unnecessary loss by fire; and WHEREAS, the Board wishes to regulate activities within the County which pose a potential hazard for such loss, should the present weather condi- tions continue. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BILLINGS COUNTY IS DECLARED UNDER A FIRE EMERGENCY ORDER AND A BURN BAN IS IN FORCE. 1. No travel is to be allowed off of surfaced roadways normally used for vehicular traffic except as necessary for normal farmer/rancher or industry oper- ations. 2. Industrial operating crews and farmer/rancher operations shall have fire extinguishers and normal fire-fight- ing equipment at hand, and industrial personnel shall remain at the job site for one-half hour after daily operations are completed. 3. Smoking is restricted to inside of vehicles or buildings. 4. Burn ban to include any open burning which includes a ban on the ig- nition of fireworks, garbage or pit burn- ing and campfires. 5. This burn ban is in effect for Billings County when the North Dakota Fire Danger Rating is in the High, Very High or Extreme and/or a Red Flag Warning has been issued for Billings County. Pursuant to NDCC 37-17.1-10, any person who willfully violates the burning ban established by this resolution is guilty of a Class B Misdemeanor (UP TO 30 DAYS IN JAIL AND/OR A $1500.00 FINE.), and restitution of fire suppression costs may be sought from the court. Dated at Medora, ND, this 2nd day of May 2017 Billings County, North Dakota By: JamesArthaud, Chairman Attest: Marcia Lamb, Auditor Kyle Shockley presented a ND for- est service cooperative agreement. The board will review and have States At- torney Brovold and Sheriff Pat Rummel review before making a decision. Road Superintendent Jeff Iverson went over his monthly report. Jen Turnbow, Matt Linneman and Troy Ripplinger were present from KLJ to discuss the options for the Highway 85 expansion near Fairfield. There were four alternatives and the board dis- cussed public comments which were fairly evenly split. Kasian moved to make the alternative that goes through Fairfield the preferred alternative. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. Public meetings will be held this summer. There were two bid openings sched- uled for 11:00AM. States Attorney Bro- void was present to open and read the bids received: One bid was received for the Page Myers gravel pit. Fisher Sand & Gravel Co. in the amount of $116,000.00. Kessel moved to accept the bid contin- gent upon math being correct. Kasian seconded. All voted aye. Three bids were received for the Perry Redmond gravel pit. Sundre Sand & Gravel, Inc. in the amount of $165,200.00, Fisher Sand & Gravel Co. in the amount of $309,000.00 and Knife River Corporation - North Central in the amount of $409,500.00. Kasian moved to accept the low bid of Sundre Sand & Gravel, Inc. contingent upon the math being correct. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. Tommy Brown from KLJ was pres- ent for the monthly engineers report. Applications for FLAP funds for Magpie and Whitetail roads were discussed. Kasian moved to approve the applica- tions. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. Sheriff Pat Rummel presented his monthly report. The following claims were approved for payment: PAYEE CHECK # AMOUNT Blue Cross Blue Shield of N.D. 012958 $3,072.10 N.D.P.E.R.S. 012959 $50,093.10 Adams, Donna J. 012960 $273.46 Advanced Business Methods, Inc. 012961 $38.42 AmeriPdde Linen Service 012962 $345.15 Aspen Mills 012963 $419.84 AT & T Mobility 012964 $83.14 Bauer Built Tire 012965 $783.68 Betfield Automotive Supply, Inc. 012966 $840.87 Billings County Rural Fire District 012967 $15,381.88 Billings County Historical Society 012968 $848.84 Billings County Pioneer 012969 $699.20 Billings .County School............ District 012970 $122,447.49 Bl~e Cross Blue Shield of N.D. 012971 $85.40 Boespflug Trailers & Feed 012972 $35.00 Bound Tree Medical, LLC 012973 $367.11 Brooks & Associates, C.E. 012974 $463.70 Cerkoney, Cathy 012975 $87.45 Certified Power, Inc. 012976 $10.21 Chantal's Deep Cleaning 012977 $200.00 Charbonneau Car Center 012978 $283.15 Chesak Seed House 012979 $737.60 Choice Financial 012980 $38.00 Clyde, Katie 012981 $48.30 Code 4 Services, LLC 012982 $6,316.29 Creative Energy 012983 $200.00 Crop Production Services 012984 $1,698.00 D & K Services, LLC 012985 $1,064.78 Deans Distributing 012986 $1,620.00 DF Lighting Company 0129875359.76 Dickinson Public Library 012988 $4,116.92 Duletski, John & Nancy 012989 $18,093.00 Enders, Travis 012990 $35.00 E.S.R.I. 012991 $2,200.00 Farmers Union Oil Co. - Killdeer 012992 $1,137.60 Four Corners Cafe 012993 $1,672.75 George's Tire, Ltd. 012994 $140.00 Gilseth, Mitchel A. 012995 $168.00 Golden Valley County 012996 $19,960.58 Heiser Electric, Don 012997 $200.00 H.P., Inc. 012998 $384.06 HR Collaborative 012999 $50.00 J P Steel & Supply, Inc. 013000 '$396.96 James Oil Well Service, Inc. 013001 $880.00 Johnson, Joshua Q. 013002 $600.00 JP Frame Shop 013003$147.08 Kadrmas, Lee, & Jackson, Inc. 013004 $28,130.27 Kasian, Connie 013005 $82.10 Kasian, Michael E. 013006 $111.28 Kessel, Anita F. 013007 $92.80 Kessel, Joey 013008 $2,059.00 Kessel, Joseph L. 013009 $103.26 Klym, Steve 013010 $66.05 Kohler Communications 013011 $200.00 Krebs Machine & Repair 013012 $30.00 Liberty Doors, LLC 013013 $403.60 Little Missouri Restaurant & Saloon 013014 $707.00 Logan, Terry 013015 $5,000.00 Lyle Signs, Inc. 013016 $944.44 Mac's, Inc. 013017 $91.36 Mann's Plumbing & Heating, LLC 013018 $381.19 MBI Energy Rentals, Inc. 013019 $500.00 Medora Convenience Store 013020 $50.00 Medora, City of... 013021 $5,217.58 Menards - Dickinson 013022 $480.53 Metro-Billing Services 013023 $63.00 MGM Rural Sanitation, LLC 013024 $165.00 Mid-American Research Chemical 013025 $225.74 Midstate Telephone Company 013026 $783.70 N.D. Association of Counties 013027 $185.70 N.D. Association of Counties 013028 $40.58 N.D. Cowboy Hall of Fame 013029 $200.00 N.D. Department of Transportation 013030 $1,355.20 N.D. Newspaper Association 013031 $191.40 N.D.P.E.R.S. 013032 $4,797.12 N.D. State Radio Communications 013033 $1,615.56 N.D. State Treasurer 01303452,459.95 N.D.A.C.O. Resources Group, Inc. 013035 $2,189.57 NDLTAP - UGPTI 013036 $300.00 Nelson International 013037 $117.96 North Dakota Envelope Company 013038 $79.05 Off Road Software, Inc. 013039 $ 695.00 Parkway Ford Lincoln Mercury 013040 $140.16 PCSInet 013041 $82.95 Pump Systems, Inc. 013042 $207.22 Putnam, Karen 013043 $51.07 Quality Quick Print 013044 $1,150.00 Ramada Hotel- Bismarck 013045 $163.80 Ramkota Hotel - Bismarck 013046 $981.00 RDO Trust 80-5800 01304759,426.73 RPM Auto Repair 013048$217.85 Rummel, Patrick 013049$275.75 Runnings Supply, Inc. 0130505282.36 Sanford Health Occupational Medicine 013051 $46.50 Sanford Inpatient Pharmacy 013052 $9.00 Sax Motor Company 013053 $96.30 Sax Motor Company 013054 $19,564.00 Share Corporation 013055 $363.65 SimplexGrinnell 013056 $1,958.19 Southwest Business Machines 013057 $1,094.28 Southwest Multi-Co. Correction Center 013058 $2,960.00 Southwest Water Authority 013059 $390.80 Southwest Water Authority 013060 $3,170.61 Southwestern District Health Unit 013061 $10,441.95 St. Alexius Medical Center 013062 $453.38 Stein's, Inc. 013063 $863.34 Swanston Equipment Corporation 013064 $19,388.00 Tczap, John 013065 $50.00 Thompson, Philip M. 013066 $254.80 Thos. Y. Pickett & Co., Inc. 013067 $15,000.00 ThyssenKrupp Elevator 013068 $496.56 Tom's Heating Service 0130695678.00 Tom's Service Center 013070 $1,198.20 Underground Vaults, Inc. 013071 $212.00 Verizon Wireless 013072 $2,252.28 Vogel Law Firm 013073 $6,500.00 WaI-Mart 013074 $388.26 Warne Chemical & Equipment Co. 013075 $3,259.13 West Dakota Oil, Inc. 013076 $4,538.20 Western Ch0ice Cooperative 013077 ...... $29,281.72 Westlie Ci'ossroad Truck Center 013078 $1,085.20 Zoll Medical Corporation 013079 $811.80 N.D.P.E.R.S. 013083 $34,727.72 Century Link 013087 $536.80 Consolidated 013088 $52.32 DirecTV 013089 $116.51 Discovery Benefits, Inc. 013090 $683.00 Information Technology Dept. 013091 $664.55 Medora, City of... 013092 $272.61 Reservation Telephone Cooperative 013093 $40.02 Roughrider Electric Cooperative 013094 $2,946.61 Verizon Wireless 013095 $30.06 Visa 013096 $1,083.46 Visa 013097 $707.62 The board approved the revenue vouchers for the month of April: Sheriff $57.00; Recorder $7,377.35; Zoning $1,150.00; Court $0. Revenues for materials and/or serv- ices rendered in April: Cody Armbrust $263.75 scoria & hauling; Dennis O'Brien $248.00 scoria & hauling; Nu- verra Environmental Solutions $26.00 water; Billings County School District $116.00 plat books; Wildrose Produc- tions $1,200.00 ambulance cover- age/rodeo. Revenues for the month of April: Sheriff $6,076.37 permits, Sheriff $62.40 overload fees; Highway Tax Dis- tribution $12,940.68; Oil & Gas Produc- tion Tax $294,427.75; Interest $20,174.09; Royalties $28,809.25; Un- organized Oil & Gas Production Tax $47,277.54; State Oil Impact $1,095.43; State Aid Distribution $59,777.21; Township Road Distribution $17,792.71 ; BankHead Jones $2,773,764.96; State PILT $5,267.14; ND State Tax Credit $223,786.95 Payroll in the following amounts were approved for April: General Fund $142,615.05; Road and Bridge Fund $102,705.72; Weed Fund $5,333.29. With there being no further busi- ness, Kasian moved to adjourn the meeting at 12:00pm. Kessel seconded. All voted a y e James Arthaud, Chairman Attest: Marcia Lamb, Auditor/Trea- surer (June 15) Meeting change Meeting Change Notice The City of Medora July regular monthly Council Meeting has been moved to Thursday, July 6, at 7:00 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Roo- sevelt Room of the Medora Community Center. (June 15) Belfield Public School SPECIAL MEETING, BOARD OF ED- UCATION, BELFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #13 May 19, 2017 7:00 a.m. School Library The meeting was called to order at 7:05 a.m. The agenda for the meeting was to consider ratifying the negotiated agree- ment with BEA. Present: Buckman, Johnson, Krebs, Obrigewitch, Supt. Northrop, Bus. Mgr. Berger The final minutes and negotiated agreement was presented. Discussion followed. M/S Johnson/Buckman to ap- prove the 2017-18 negotiated agree- ment between the school and BEA. Motion carried unanimously. Adjourn at 7:28 a.m. Alice Berger, Business Manager Anthony Krebs, Board President Date (June 15) Notice NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF ABANDONED PROPERTY Notice is hereby given that the following persons, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors or assigns, may be entitled to property (not real estate) which has been presumed abandoned under the Unclaimed Property Act (NDCC Chapter 47-30.1). The Act requires all businesses to file annual reports of unclaimed property. These names are from the most current annual reports. Previously reported properties which have not been claimed can be viewed at www.land.nd.gov. * = Medora Brannum Benjamin Box 486 * Christiansen Julie 4870 W River Rd * Christiansen Randy 4870 W River Rd* Clyde Samuel Box 487 Corvi Facundo A Box 533 * Garland Dove 2010 Hwy 85 SW Fairfield Lippert Cecilia 12792 20th St SW Fairfield Medora Chamber Of Commerce Box 186 * Morel Garrett 1303 126th Ave SW Fairfield Morel Kristin 1303 126th Ave SW Fairfield Myers Terry L Box 645 * National Park Service Box 7 * Romanyshyn Rainald 1210 123rd Ave SW Fairfield Sandven Samantha 14761 40th St * For information concerning this property, or for ADA auxiliary aids, contact the Unclaimed Property Administrator via e-mail on the Internet at www.land.nd.gov, or at 1707 N 9th St, Box 5523, Bismarck ND 58506- 5523. (701-328-2800). (4/13/2017) Lance D. Gaebe Land Commissioner .... (June 15, 22 and 29) Notice NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF ABANDONED PROPERTY Notice is hereby given that the following persons, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors or assigns, may be entitled to property (not real estate) which has been presumed abandoned under the Unclaimed Property Act (NDCC Chapter 47-30.1). The Act requires all businesses to file annual reports of unclaimed property. These names are from the most current annual reports. Previously reported properties which have not been claimed can be viewed at www.land.nd.gov. * = Beach Akins Melani 176 1st St NE * Crain lii Donald 552 Beaver Creek Rd* Curl Judith 260 5th St SW * Dakota Insurance Agency Box 428 * Hardy Michelle Md Box 940 * Haynie Michael Box 342 * Jandt Eleanor Box 144 * Jandt Larry Box 144 * Kay Beverly Box 694 * Kennedy Amber Box 364 * Kuhfeld A M Unknown * Laplaya Mexican Restaurant 27 South Central Box 306 * Lund Jr James 4320 169th Ave SW * Marshall Samantha A Box 523 * Melvin Richard Box 985 * Miller Myrna L 3860 Ueckert Rd Sentinel Butte Nelson Gary Unknown Sentinel Butte Oech Jessica L 29 1st Ave SW * Oppegard Barb J 78 5th St NE * Stockwell Colleen Box 65 * Strobbe Tyler Box 163 Golva Zook Cathy Box 32 * Zook Christina J Box 32 * Zook Ronald J Box 32 * For information concerning this property, or for ADA auxiliary aids, contact the Unclaimed Property Administrator via e-mail on the Internet at www.land.nd.gov, or at 1707 N 9th St, Box 5523, Bismarck ND 58506- 5523. (701-328-2800). (4/13/2017) Lance D. Gaebe Land Commissioner (June 15, 22 and 29) d