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June 16, 2016 Golden Valley News Page 5 City of Beach RESOLUTION NO. 12-2016 A RESOLUTION TO CALL FOR AND AUTHORIZE THE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY OF THE CITY OF BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA WHEREAS, the City of Beach de- sires to sell real property it owns within Golden Valley County, to wit: Atwo (2.0) acre parcel located in the Southwest quarter (SW!4) of Section Sixteen (16), Township One Hundred Forty One (141) West, Range One Hun- dred Five (105) North, Golden Valley County, North Dakota, more particularly described as: Commencing at the Southwest Sec- tion corner of said Section 16 marked by a found chisel mark; thence on the South Section line of said Section 16, an azimuth of 9002'34", a distance of 632A7 feet; thence on an azimuth of 002'34", a distance of 33.00 feet to a point on the North line of a county road right of way and the Point of Beginning marked by a rebar with yellow plastic cap (YPC); thence on an azimuth of 002'08", a distance of 400 feet to a YPC; thence on an azimuth of 9002'34", a distance of 217.80 feet to a YPC; thence on an azimuth of 18002'08", a distance of 400.00 feet to a YPC; thence on a said North right of way line an azimuth of 27002'34'', a distance of 217.80 feet to the Point of Beginning. WHEREAS, the City Council has been advised that a parcel adjoining the property described above is owned by Golden Valley County, and that Golden Valley County is interested in pursuing a sale of said parcel, said parcel being described as a 1.84 acre parcel of land in the Southwest Quarter of Section 16, Township 141, Range 105 West, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point North 33 feet and East 860 feet from the S.W. Corner of the SWI,~, said Section 16, thence North a distance of 400 feet, thence east a distance of 500 feet, thence south a distance of 400 feet, thence West a distance of 500 feet to a place of beginning. WHEREAS, the City Council has been approached by Golden Valley County with the proposal to offer the Cityls above described parcel for sale in conjunction with the adjoining parcel owned by Golden Valley County; WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Beach deems it advisable and in the best interests of the City of Beach to offer the real property identified herein for public sale, in conjunction with the sale of Golden Valley County's adjoining real property; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED that the City Council for the City of Be~ch North Dakota, as follows: 1. That the City Council of the Oity of Beach hereby calls for and author- izes the public sale of the following real property: A two (2.0) acre parcel located in the Southwest quarter (SWIA) of Section Sixteen (16), Township One Hundred Forty One (141) West, Range One Hun- dred Five (105) North, Golden Valley County, North Dakota, more particularly described as: Commencing at the Southwest Sec- tion corner of said Section 16 marked by a found chisel mark; thence on the South Section line of said Section 16, an azimuth of 9002'34", a distance of 632..17 feet; thence on an azimuth of 0002'34", a distance of 33.00 feet to a point on the North line of a county road right of way and the Point of Beginning marked by a rebar with yellow plastic cap (YPC); thence on an azimuth of 002'08", a distance of 400 feet to a YPC; thence on an azimuth of 9002'34", a distance of 217.80 feet to a YPC; thence on an azimuth of 18002'08", a distance of 400.00 feet to a YPC; thence on a said North right of way line an azimuth of 27002'34", a distance of 217.80 feet to the Point of Beginning. to be offered for sale in conjunction with the real property owned by Golden Valley County, described as a 1.84 acre parcel of land in the Southwest Quarter of Section 16, Township 141, Range 105 West, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point North 33 feet and East 860 feet from the S.W. Corner of the SWl/~, said Section 16, thence North a distance of 400 feet, thence east a distance of 500 feet, thence The Billings County Pioneer and Golden Valley News have shared advertising, and have been sharing the news for some of their inside pages Jbr about 40 years. This means the coverage of your ad isn't limited to just either county! Our primao, coverage area is western Stark Count.v and west to the Montana bordet: It pavs to advertise! south a distance of 400 feet, thence West a distance of 500 feet to a place of beginning. 2. The public sale shall be held by sealed bids in a manner to be approved by the CRy Council and City Attorney. 3. A notice containing a description of the property to be sold and designat- ing the place where and the day and hour when the sale will be held shall be published in the City's official newspa- per once each week for two consecu- tive weeks with the last publication being at least ten days in advance of the date set for the sale. WITNESS my hand and the official seal of the City of Beach, North Dakota, this 16th day of May, 2016. Mayor, City of Beach ATTEST: Kimberly Nunberg, City Auditor (June 16 and 23) Golden Valley County Commission NOTICE OF RESOLUTION 2016-14 A RESOLUTION TO ADVERTISE AND NOTICE REQUESTS FOR SEALED BIDS FOR THE PURCHASE OF 1.84 ACRE PARCEL OF COUNTY PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SEC- TION 16, TOWNSHIP 141, RANGE 105 WEST, GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, OWNED BY GOLDEN VAL- LEY COUNTY PURSUANT TO CHAP- TER 11-27-02 OF THE NORTH DAKOTA CENTURY CODE. WHEREAS, on May 3, 2016, the Board of County Commissioners of Golden Valley County passed Resolu- tion No. 2016-14, which provided that pursuant to Chapter 11-27-01 of the North Dakota Century Code, the Board of County Commissioners may dispose of any property, either real or personal, which the County has acquired through purchase, forfeiture, or operation of law other than through tax sale proceed- ings; and WHEREAS, Resolution No. 2016-14 further provided that pursuant to Chap- ter 11-27-02 of the North Dakota Cen- tury Code, upon the resolution of the Board of County Commissioners au- thorizing the sale of county property at public sale, the County Auditor shall cause to be published in the official county newspaper once each week for three consecutive weeks a notice con- taining a description of the property to be sold and designating the place where and the day and hour when the sale will be held. The notice shall spec- ify whether the bids are to be received at auction or as sealed binds as deter- mined by the Board; and WHEREAS, Resolution No. 2016-14 further provided that pursuant to Chap- ter 11-27-03, the sale of county property at public sale shall be held at the office of the County Auditor and shall be con- ducted by the County Auditor. The prop- erty shall be sold to the highest bidder if the highest bid is deemed sufficient by a majority of the members of the Board of County Commissioners; and WHEREAS, Resolution No. 2016-14 further provided that the County of Golden Valley owns a 1.84 acre parcel of land in Sout~hwest Quarter of Section T6, Township -141,"Range .i05 v~/est; more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point North 33 feet and East 860 feet from the S.W. Corner of the SWlA, said Section 16, thence North a distance of 400 feet, thence east a distance of 500 feet, thence south a distance of 400 feet, thence West a distance of 500 feet to a place of beginning, Excepting all that portion previously acquired by the County. Tract contains 1.84 acres more or tess. WHEREAS, Resolution No. 2016-14 further provided that the City of Beach owns a 2.0 acre parcel of land in South- west Quarter of Section 16, Township 141, Range 105 West adjacent to the County's 1.84 parcel of property; and WHEREAS, Resolution No. 2016-14 further provided that the City of Beach desires to sell its 2.0 acre parcel; and WHEREAS, Resolution No. 2016-14 further provided that the Board of County Commissioners determines that it is necessary and in the best interests of the County to sell the County prop- erty in conjunction with the sale of the City of Beach property; and WHEREAS, Resolution No. 2016-14 resolved by the Board of County Com- missioners of the County of Golden Val- ley, North Dakota, that the County of Golden Valley hereby authorizes the sale of the 1.84 acre parcel owned by the County, that the County of Golden Valley hereby authorizes the County Auditor to publish a Notice of Sale as required under N.D.C.C. 11-27-02, and that the Notice of Sale shall specify that the bids are to be received as sealed bids. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY OF GOLDEN VALLEY, NORTH DAKOTA, PURSUANT TO N.D.C.C. 11-27-02. BY RESOLU- TION NO. 2016-14: NOTICE IS HEREBY PROVIDED: The Board of County Commissioners of Golden Valley County has authorized the sale of said the above described real estate. This NOTICE and RESO- LUTION shall be published in the County's official newspaper as provided in Section 11-27-02, NDCC, once each week for three (3) consecutive weeks with the last publication being at least ten (10) days in advance of the date set for the bid opening, scheduled for the County Commissioner's meeting Tues- day, July 5, 2016, at 10:00 AM, MST. Bids are to be received as sealed bids on or before 12 noon MST, Friday, July 1, 2016. The property interests adver- tised for sale shall be sold to the highest bidder if his bid is deemed sufficient by the majority of the members of the Board of County Commissioners. The highest responsible bidder shall be the bidder who in addition to price has the best ability, capacity, and skill to perform the contract to provide the service re- quired, promptly or within the specified time without delay or interference. There shall also be considered charac- ter, integrity, reputation, judgment, ex- perience and efficiency of the bidder, the quality of the performance of previ- ous contracts, sufficiency or financial re- sources, and previous and existing compliance with state laws and city or- dinances. The County reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Certified funds shall be required to be deposited in escrow 10 business days following the bid opening and closing set within 30 days of the bid opening. ADOPTED Harley Steffan, Chairman ATTEST: County Auditor, Tamra Sperry (June 16, 23, and 30) Belfield School District REGULAR MEETING, BOARD OF EDUCATION, BELFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #13 May 12, 2016 SCHOOL LIBRARY The meeting was called to order by Board President Krebs at 7:02 p.m Present: Curt Buckman, Terry Johnson (7:04), Anthony Krebs, Dan .. O~brigew)tch (7;0,4},~,E~ward .Procive, Supt. Northrop, Bus, Mgr. Alice Berger. Also present: Alan Geiger, Erin Pen- nington M/S Buckman/Procive to approve the April 11, 2016 regular board meet- ing. Motion carried unanimously. M/S Procive/Buckman to approve the April 11, 2016 special board meet- ing. Motion carried unanimously. M/S Procive/Johnson to approve the April 14, 2016 special board meeting. Motion carried unanimously. M/S Obrigewitch/Buckman to ap- prove the April 28, 2016 special board meeting. Motion carried unanimously. M/S Procive/Buckman to approve the agenda with additions of a staff res- ignation, preschool report and a phone conference with Jim Perras about the land purchase. Motion carried unani- mously. Erin Pennington was present to pro- vide information on the preschool pro- gram. The board thanked her for her For 2016 Haying Season Beach Airport Bids must be submitted by the ton. No bales left on approaches, or within 150 feet of sides of runway. Hay is to be completely removed within 14 days of cutting. Payments must be received within 21 days following each cutting. MAIL BIDS TO: RO. Box 748 Beach, ND 58621 or contact Harley Steffen or Dave Quale time. Mr. Kurle had asked Alan Geiger to give a report on updating JH/HS hand- book as the HS Prin. report. Mr. Gieger listed the committee members working on the handbook and presented possi- ble changes to the handbook Neither principal was present for their negotiations for 2016-17 school year. Supt. Northrop noted he had vis- ited with them and presented a pro- posal they had agreed with. M/S Procive/Johnson to offer Prin. Lorge a 3% raise on her contract wages for 2016-17 school year with all other items remaining the same.. Motion carried unanimously. M/S Obrigewitch/Buckman to offer Prin. Kurle a 3% raise on his contract wages for the 2016-17 school year with all other items remaining the same.. Motion carried unanimously. The business manager presented the financial reports for April, 2016. M/S Buckman/Johnson to approve payment of the bills. Motion carried unanimously. 32985 SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS 4356.74 32986 ADVANCED BUSINESS METHODS 2040.15 32987 ALTERNATIVE SANITATION 550.00 32988 B&K ELECTRIC 316.00 32989 BAER, MARY 36.01 32990 BAYMONT INN & SUITES 160.20 32991 BELFIELD AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY 26.02 32992 BELFtELD PLUMBING & HTG. 128.75 32993 BERGER, ALICE 527.00 32994 BEST WESTERN PLUS RAMKOTA HOTEL 160.20 32995 THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE 37.20 32996 CHOICE FINANCIAL INSURANCE 267.00 32997 CITY OF BELFIELD787.10 32998 COMFORT INN 80.00 32999 CONNECTING POINT 405.00 33000 CORNEIL, ELLA-JO54.50 33001 CREATIVE ENERGY 652.69 33002 CREATIVE ENERGY 722.8t 33003 DEPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 758.64 33004 FILKOWSKI, LAURA45.46 33005 FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA - MIN 2050.44 33006 GEIGER, ALAN 95.04 33007 GOPHER PERFORMANCE 122.85 33008 HARLOW'S BUS SALES INC 1579.88 33009 HARLOW'S BUS SALES INC 7900.00 33010 HR COLLABORATIVE200.00 33011 JOHNSON, TERRY 18.36 33012 JUST-IN GLASS/FIX IT SHOP 40.00 33013 KEMPS LLC, DBA CASS CLAY CREAMERY 1873.42 33014 KRAMLICH-KUBALL, KRISTI 146.15 33015 KURLE, DAREN 33.50 33016 MENARDS 856.80 33017 MESCHKE, LINDA 125.50 33018 MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES 3432.48 33019 ND INSURANCE DEPARTMENT 40.00 33020 NORTHROP, WADE 436.00 33021 PETERSEN, BRITTANY 11.91 33022 PRAXAIR 135.86 .'. 33023 QUILL CORPORATION 4'44'.86 33024 REDIG, MARINA 21.60 33025 REISENAUER, JANE 332.64 33026 RESP 304.00 33027 RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC 687.93 lease SM ants 33028 SCHOOL SPECIALTY165.06 33029 SOUTH HEART SCHOOL DISTRICT 760.77 33030 SOUTH WEST GRAIN 406.50 33031 SOUTHWEST BUSINESS MACHINES 982.68 33032 SPARTAN STORES LLC456.58 33033 STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ND 743.90 33034 TOM'S SERVICE STATION 49.00 33035 UKESTAD, RICHARD 1572.72 33036 US FOODSERVICE inc 2464.75 33037 WEST RIVER STUDENT SERV- ICES 455O.O8 33063 BROAD REACH 266.41 33064 CENTURYLINK 234.24 33065 CENTURY LINK 22.48 33066 CHASE CARD SERVICES 414.44 33067 NDAESP 200.00 33068 WAL-MART COMMUNITY/RFCSLLC 129.20 33069 JUST GRASS HYDROSEEDING LLC 2855.00 33070 ND DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 6.50 STUDENT ACTIVITY 7790 CHASE CARD SERVICES 349.13 7791 ANDERSON'S 47.42 7792 BELFIELD BOOSTER CLUB 180.00 7793 BELFIELD PTO 406.04 7794 BUCKMAN, MCKENZIE 80.00 7795 COCA-COLA BOTTLING122.50 7796 FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA - MIN t06.17 7797 FOUR CORNER CAFE 600.00 7798 JACKSON RECOGNITION46.95 7799 PEPSI COLA BOTTLING792.75 7800 SCHOOL SPECIALTY 200.38 7801 SIMPLY FOWERS & GIFTS 65.10 7802 ST BERNARD'S 125.00 7803 TRAPPERS 76.30 7804 CHASE CARD SERVICES 1626.07 7805 WAL-MART COMMUNITY/RFCSLLC t27.90 Supt. Northrop asked which board members would like to present diplo- mas as graduation. Krebs and Buck- man agreed to present diplomas. Supt. Northrop noted the football field has been reseeded, they would like to do some landscaping on the west side of the school and that teacher ap- preciation breakfast would be Friday morning. Johnson gave a report on RACTC. Supt. Northrop gave a report on the RESP. Supt. Northrop noted there is a coop meeting Tuesday, May 24th at 5:00 at Belfield. Board recessed at 7:58 and recon- vened at 8:00. Phone conference from 8:00 - 8:15 with Jim Perras about his conversation with Tom Williams of the Davis Refinery. He noted that Mr. Williams is willing to meet on May 27th with the board to present information on the Davis Refin- ery. The board will set up a time. Supt. Northrop noted the concession stand has been approved by the city and building can start. The board visited about paved drive- ways and sidewalks at the teacher trail- ers. They decided to collect more informatior!, includ, Jr)g,c0~t~ .................... M/S, Johnson/Obdgewitch to ap- prove open: en~ollmeat-,fr~rri~Dickir~son to Belfietd ,for, Holly Chamberlain's son. This open enrollment is due to a move. Motion carried unanimously. Staff openings: a contract was is- sued to Vicki Mathson for the special education position. Gary Ballard was hired as Varsity girls basketball coach and Jamie Wyiant as Varsity football coach through the coop. Alice Stoppleworth has resigned her position as assistant cook. Susan Heck, who has been subbing for Alice, has been hired for this position for next school year, Policy BDA authorizes the board to adopt policies with one reading when the board deems this action necessary. M/S Johnson/Obrigewitch to adopt the following policies with one reading as written to expedite the completion of the Belfield School District Policy Manual: IB-Food Service IDC - Data Protection & Security Breaches KAB - Parental Involvement LAC - Colleges & University LBA- Armed Forces Recruiting Units GDB - Graduation All policies containing bracketed lan- guage have been addressed and poli- cies with bracketed items selected are attached to these minutes. Roll call vote: , Procive - yes., Buckman - yes, Johnson - yes, Obrigewitch - yes, Krebs - yes. Policy LBE was removed from the motion and policy FCC was tabled at this time. The next special meeting is May 27th, time not yet set. The next regular meeting is sched- uled for June 9, 2016 at 7:00 pm. Meeting adjourned at 9:02 pm.. Alice Berger, Business Manager Anthony Krebs, School Board Pres- ident (June 16) Belfield School District SPECIAL MEETING, BOARD OF EDUCATION, BELFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #13 MAY 27, 2016 SCHOOL LIBRARY The meeting was called to order by Board President Krebs at 3:00 p.m Present: Curt Buckman, Terry Johnson, Anthony Krebs, Dan Obrige- witch, Edward Procive, Supt. Northrop and Bus. Mgr. Berger and HS Prin. Kurle. Also present were Tom Williams, Thomas Johnson, and Richard Pala- niuk from the Davis Refinery and Jim Perras from Consolidated Construction. Meeting agenda: information to be presented about the Davis Refinery. Discussion followed about the refin- ery, time lines, and how the refinery might affect the school population/build- ings. Buckman and Procive left at 4:12. The board and presenters did a walk-through of the school buildings. The meeting adjourned at 4:30 pm. 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