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Page 4 Golden Valley News June 30, 2016 :h onor I Beach High School Honor Roll Fourth quarter: ****SENIORS**** ** *Highest Honors* * * Scott Lund Abel Muruato Baili Nielsen Haley Steffen Rylee Clarke Ashley Ueckert Faith VanHorn Bailey Weninger Brooklynn Zachmann ***High Honors*** Mckenzie Marthaller Alexander Novotny Brandon Stockwell Samuel Stoveland Leyli Tadevosyan ***Honors*** Breena Miller Lucas Nistler Elizabeth Barnhart Ty Farstveet ****JUNIORS**** ***Highest Honors*** Kobi Allen Andriana Malko Makensie Mattern Raymond Wegner ***High Honors*** Kfisty Dotson Matthew Hildebrant ***Honors*** Albert Carriger Larissa Roberts Grant Maychrzak Sofia Muruato Kaycee Campbell Alden Brookens Antonia Jerkovic Kaylee McIntyre Casey Rieger ****SOPHOMORES**** ***Highest Honors*** Abigail Wilhelmi ***High Honors*** Breena Davidson Cole Erickson Jenna Helsper Courtney Lund ***Honors*** Taryn Hoffer Catie Loftsgard Alijah Stagl Gabrielle Egan Juliet Thomas CaSsidy Mclntrye Madison Stockwell McKenzie Volk Kura Grindeland Ty Van Horn Amber Buckholz Rebeka Padilla ****FRESHMAN**** ***Highest Honors*** Brandon Schulte Sydnee Steele ***High Honors*** Madison Zimdars Mikayla Paul ***Honors*** Logan Sime Shelby Tczap Lakota Rhoads Bailey Frieze Jared Wojahn Mini Star White Cloud Katelyn Dixon Kyle Tachenko Clara Weaver ****EIGHTH**** ***Highest Honors*** Talon Hoffer Andrea Lund Samantha Oech Taya Schumacher Sierra Wilkes ***High Honors*** Jenna Hildebrant Gage Swanson Shawn Smith Lena DeOliveira Chance Erickson Shyanne Marshall Alexis Lamb Aaliyah Miles Elizabeth Weaver Shawn Smith ***Honors*** Jhett Farstveet Mazem Gisi Acelynn Bishop Linken Hegel Gabriel Wyckoff ****SEVENTH**** ***Highest Honors*** Megan Rising Molly Farstveet Madilyn Nunberg ***High Honors*** ***Honors*** Gabriela Donze Alyvia Braden Levi Meyers Tyson Mattem Olivia Trask Tessa Feldmann cd Notice PUBLIC NOTICE AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The City of Medora plans to submit a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application to the State of North Dakota, Division of Community Services (DCS). CDBG funds are in- tended to provide decent housing, suit- able living environments and economic opportunities, principally for very low and low income persons through reha- bilitation and preservation, eco- nomic/job development and public facilities improvements. The application being considered would request $40,000 for assistance to Medora Community Center for removal of architectural barriers in the rest- rooms. It is estimated that approxi- mately 100% of the funds would benefit very low and low income persons. Per- manent involuntary displacement of neighborhood persons or businesses is not anticipated. Should it later become necessary to consider such displace- ment, alternatives will be examined to minimize the displacement, If no feasi- ble alternatives exist, required/reason- able benefits will be provided to those displaced to mitigate adverse effects and hardships. Any very tow and low in- come housing which is demolished or converted will be replaced. A public hearing will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 5, 2016, at the Medora City Hall to obtain citizen views and to respond to proposals and ques- tions related to: • The proposed CDBG application for the removal of architectural barriers in the restrooms at the Medora Com- munity Center. • Community development and housing needs, including the needs of very low and tow income persons, as well as other needs in the community that might be addressed through the CDBG program, and • The performance of the City of Medora in carrying out its community development responsibilities. Written comments are also welcome and must be received by July 5, 2016 at Medora City Hall, PC Box 418A, Medora, ND 58645. Oral and written comments will be considered in decid- ing whether to submit an application for the proposed project. Written summary information will be available at City Hall on June 23, 2016 until July 5 on any CDBG application the City of Medora intends to submit to the state. A copy of the application submitted to the state will be available for public review at City Hall after July 5, 2016. Information and records regarding Medora's propose~.~nd past use of CDBG funds are a;~ilhble at City Hall during regular office hours. Individuals including non-English speaking individ- uals who require accommodations, in- cluding appropriated auxiliary aids, translated documents or interpreters to participate in the public hearing, should contact the auditor's office at City Hall at 701-623-4828 or by calling TTY:800- 366-6888, Spanish TTY: 800-435-8590 or Relay ND Voice: 800-366-6889. (June 23) Beach Public School PROCEEDS OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BEACH SCHOOL BOARD Unofficial Minutes Subject to Review and Revision of the Board June 15, 2016 5:00 p.m. Room 11 Present: Kimberly Nunberg, Robert Sperry, Jeanne Larson, Misty Farn- strom, Larry Helvik, Dave Wegner and Wayne Heckaman. Absent: Mike Van Horn, Mark Lund and Troy Hoffer President Nunberg called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. Nunberg recog- nized visitor. Nunberg reviewed the agenda. Dis- cussion. Item 6, election date needs to be changed from June 7th to June 14th. Item 14B, was incomplete on the agenda. Next regular meeting will be scheduled for July 13th, 2016. Con- sensus of the board is to approve the agenda with the corrections. Farnstrom presented May 11, 2016 regular meeting minutes. Motion by Larson, second by Sperry to approve minutes. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented general fund, activity fund, food service fund, manual general fund, manual activity fund, manual food service fund and May reg- ular payroll. Discussion. Motion by Sperry, second by Larson to approve all bills and payroll. Roll call carries unan- imously. 41064 Americlnn of Grand Forks 383.40 41065 AmeriPride 135.64 41066 Marcie Armstrong 100.00 41067 AT&T Mobility 46.60 41068 Carol Bartz 100.00 41069 Baymont Inn and Suites 195.10 41070 Beach Floral and Gifts 149.97 41071 Beach Food Center 705.81 41072 Beach Food Service 14,865.46 41073 Bismarck Public Schools512.36 41074 Bismarck Tribune 74.40 41075 Boss Office and Computer Products Inc. 1,858.68 41076 Braun Distributing- Queen City Candy 98.00 41077 Bully Pulpit Golf Course/TRMF Inc. 981.00 41078 Cascio 1,278.34 41079 Cenex Fleetcards/ CHS Inc. 342.16 41080 City of Beach 1,385.67 41081 CNH-Productivity Plus Account 1,589.47 41082 Cole Papers Inc. 117.70 41083 Comfort Inn of Mandan 168.41 41084 Comfort in of Minot 300.00 41085 Corner Market/NFL Associates, Inc. 57.95 41086 Hauck Travis 1,401.74 41087 D & E Supply Company, Inc. 4,154.56 41088 Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch 3,325.00 41089 Dakota Dust-Tex, Inc. 54.00 41090 Doug and Tina Davidson133.65 41091 The Dickinson Press & The Advertizer 32.00 41092 Dickinson State University 200.00 41093 Denise Dietz 53.25 41094 Discovery Education 1,300.00 41095 Eckroth Music Company113.00 41096 Chelsey Erdmann 314.57 41097 ETSystems Inc 243.45 41098 Farmers Union Oil Corp. 1,755.15 41099 FBLA-Beach ND Chapter 250.00 41100 Sue Feldman 87.50 41101 Fortres Grand Corp. 1,755.15 41102 Four Seasons Trophies3,446.82 41103 G&G Garbage 630.00 41104 Gerrells and Company Inc. 297.35 41105 Golden Valley News/Billings Co. Pioneer/Albn Inc. 120.72 41106 James Groll 534.60 41107 Harlow's Bus Sales, Inc 13.60 41108 Hartleys School Buses, Inc. 215.10 41109 Hazen High School 125.00 41110 Joshua and Stephanie Heath 64.15 41111 Joan Heckman 100.00 41112 Thomas Heckaman 259.20 41113 Wayne Heckaman 178.00 41114 Larry Helvik 64.80 41115 Lori Holkup 63.52 41116 Home On The Range 108.85 41117 Information Technology Dept. 162.31 41118 The Instrumentalist Products Co. 68.00 41119 John Deere Financial 134.50 41120 JWood Sports Flooring 65,000.00 41121 Claye and Candle Loftsgard 345.60 41122 Lusk and Dawn Lowman646.38 41123 Krista Lund 204.98 41124 Karen J. Maus 21.00 41125 Cliff and Lana Maychrzak 2,992.68 41126 MDU resources Group, Inc. 4,156.48 41127 Mid-Dakota Wheel Alignment and Frame Service 1,407.17 41128 Midstate Communications, Inc. 697.71 41129 Amanda Miller 100.00 41130 MJ Plumbing Inc. 390.00 41131 NCS Pearson, Inc. 5,040.00 41132 ND High School Activities Association 200.00 41133 North Dakota Insurance Department 141.73 41134 Northwest Tire, Inc. 1,045.47 41135 Olsons Service LLC 348.00 41136 Kristina and Harmon Olstad 557.28 41137 Pearson Education 21,115.58 41138 Pepper, J.W. & Son, Inc.390.83 41139 Plevna High School 100.00 41140 Prairie Lumber Corp. 272.60 41141 Preble Medical Services 176.00 41142 President's Challenge 82.50 41143 Ramada Bismarck Hotel 1,1 40.00 41144 Ranger Review 60.00 41145 Renaissance Learning, Inc. 1,343.00 41146 RESP : 1,606.00 41147 Lori Rising 42.00 41148 Rohan Hardware 295.68 41149 Robert Sperry 101.25 41150 St. Joseph Hospital and Health Center 125.00 41151 Loni Thilmony 100.00 41152Tri-C Publications, Inc. 171.00 41153 Trinity High School 185.00 41154 WaI-Mart Stores, Inc. 266.61 41155 Wells Fargo 2,475.14 41156 West River Student Services 27,465.46 41157 Kelly Wilwand 82.30 41158 Workforce Safety and Insurance 250.00 41159 Mary Zachmann 100.00 41160 Mike Zier 87.50 3293 Beach Food Center 157.77 3294 Boss Office and Computer Products Inc. 64.00 3295 Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Dickinson 235.75 3296 Farmers Union Oil Corp. 108.91 3297 Golden Valley News/ Billings Co. Pioneer/Albn Inc. 98.00 3298 NDUS Range Science Program 280.00 3299 New England School District 35.00 3300 Jill Tescher 90.00 3301 Germaine Ueckert 400.00 3302 Wells Fargo 1,135.00 7172 Beach Food Center 256.69 7173 Roberta Beach 64.80 7174 Shelly Beasley 170.85 7175 Corner Market/NFL Associates, Inc. 56.49 7176 Hauck Travis 62.00 7177 Dean Foods Inc. 991.10 7178 Marie Kremers 33.20 7179 Tammy Nistler 7.t 5 7180 Ken Novotny 73.70 7181 Ramkota Hotel Bismarck 285.00 7182 RESP 100.00 7183 Rick and Linda Stoveland 11.85 7184 Pat Ueckert 50.00 7185 US Foodservice, Inc. 4,419.03 9163 Kelly Wilwand 100.00 9164 Cole Erickson 150.00 9165 Scott Lund 150.00 9166 Steven B. Conley 125.00 9167 Greyson Callaway 75.00 9168 Post Graduation 500.00 9169 Travel World of Crosby 2,225.00 9170 Cash 825.00 16298 Travel World of Crosby9,250.00 16299 Tamara A. Hoffer 249.34 4946 NDSNA 340.00 May Payroll 383,613.54 Helvik presented correspondence. • Thank you from FBLA for the con- tributions to attend nationals in Atlanta, CA. • Thank you from the Jo Heckaman family for the plant. • Thank you from post graduation for the contribution. • Thank you from NDCEL for the support of school administrators. Primary election results for the elec- tion of a school board member need to be canvassed. Discussion. Consensus of the board is to have a special board meeting on June 20, 2016 at noon to canvass the election results. No public participation was re- quested. Helvik presented facilities. • Helvik and Heckaman discussed the progress on the high school gym floor replacement. Discussion. Helvik presented personnel. • Contract for Mark Golberg as as- sistant high school football coach was presented. Motion by Sperry, second by Larson to approve contract. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Letter of Resignation from Bob Waldal as high school basketball coach was presented. Discussion. Motion by Larson, second by Sperry to approve resignation. Roll call vote carries unan- imously. • Heckaman discussed positions that are being advertised for. Business teacher and technology coordinator po- sitions, high school special education teacher position, and Family And Con- sumer Science teacher position are being advertised for. Discussion. All vacant coaching positions will be ad- vertised for this week in the Golden Val- ley News. • Eleanor Bohn will be assisting the high school janitors with cleaning and painting this summer. Wage will be $13.50 per hour. Discussion. • Contracts for summer school at Lincoln Elementary were distributed and discussed. Motion by Sperry, sec- ond by Larson to approve all four con- tracts. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented financials. • Helvik requested approval to pay end of fiscal year bills out of the 2015- 2016 budget with bills paid being pre- sented at the July meeting. Motion by Larson, second by Sperry to allow the business office to pay bills prior to June 30, 2016 and present at the July meet- ing. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Helvik distributed and discussed the 2016-2017 preliminary budget. Dis- cussion. Helvik presented policy. • Policy GCE-Opting Out Of State And Federal Assessments: When Al- lowed And When Prohibited was pre- sented and discussed. Motion by Larson, second by Sperry to approve the first reading. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented unfinished busi- ness. • Three to five year plan was distrib- uted and discussed. Motion by Sperry, second by Larson to approve plan. Roll call vote carries unanimously. • Possible changes to Sue Feld- man's bus route for the 2016-2017 were discussed. Cody Ueckert has re- quested a change to the bus route to accommodate their child. Discussion. Mark and Krista Lund indicated they will not be in need of bus service for the 2016-2017 school year for their chil- dren. Discussion. Helvik presented new business. • RESP information was distributed and reviewed. Farnstrom presented business man- ager report. • Securities pledged from Bank of the West and First State Bank were dis- tributed and reviewed. Motion by Sperry, second by Larson to approve securities pledged. Roll call vote car- ries unanimously. Heckaman presented high school principal report. • Repairs to the buc bus were dis- cussed. • New high school volleyball uni- forms were discussed. Wegner presented elementary prin- cipal report. • Summer school is in progress at the elementary. • Baseball field at Lincoln elemen- tary will have some dirt work done and reseeded. Discussion. • Thank you to Mr. Helvik for all of his years of service. Nunberg expressed her thanks and gratitude to Mr. Helvik for his fourteen years as superintendent. Nunberg called for a motion to ad- journ. Motion by Sperry, second by Lar- son to adjourn. Nunberg adjourned 5:5t p.m. President Date Misty Farnstrom, Business Manager Date (June 30) Beach Public School PROCEEDS OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BEACH SCHOOL BOARD Unofficial Minutes Subject to Review and Revision of the Board June 20, 2016 2:30 p.m. Conference Room Present: Kimberly Nunberg, Jeanne Larson, Mike Van Horn, Mark Lund, Misty Farnstrom, Larry Helvi and Dave Wegner. Absent: Robert Sperry, Wayne Heckaman and Troy Hoffer. President Nunberg called the meeting to order at 2:30 p.m. No visitors were present. Nunberg reviewed the agenda. Mo- tion by Van Horn, second by Larson to approve agenda as presented. Motion carries unanimously. Nunberg reviewed the results from the Primary election for the rural Beach school board member seat. Mark Lund received the highest number of votes with 275. Nunberg reviewed the results for the publication of the school board minutes in the Golden Valley News. A yes vote for publication of the minutes received the highest number of votes with 318. Motion by Van Horn, second by Larson to approve the canvassing of the election results. Motion carries unanimously. Nunberg called for a motion to ad- journ. Motion by Van Horn, second by Lund to adjourn. Nunberg adjourned 2:35 p.m. Kimberly Nunberg, President ate Misty Farnstrom, Business Manager Date (June 30) Beach City Council 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 Walter Losinski on June 20, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. Present when the meeting was called to order was City Council Henry Gerving, Dell Beach, Tim Mar- man, Mark Benes, Jeanne Larson, Wade Walworth, City Auditor Kimberly Nunberg, Engineer Kenzie Robertson, and 29 guests. Mayor Losinski called for any addi- tions or corrections to the agenda. Gerving requested the following items be added to the agenda; results on a water sample taken from his residence and correspondence from himself which was previously emailed to all City Coun- cil, City Attorney and City Auditor. Nun- berg requested the following item be added to the agenda; 2015 Annual Op- erating Report from Southwest Water Authority. Walworth moved to approve the addition of items to the agenda, sec- ond by Larson. Motion carried unani- mously. PWS Report: PWS Braden was not able to attend the meeting. Auditor Report: Nunberg reviewed her written report. Preliminary election results are as fol- lows; Publication of Minutes: Yes - 224, No - 14. City Council: Mark Benes - 159 Wade Walworth - 144 Jeanne Larson - 121 Robert Schmeling - 121 Theresa Medina 103 Park Board: Jennifer Erick- son - 206 Rachel Keohane 205 Mike Braden - 197. The Re-Count Board is still re- viewing ballots on the tie between Lar- son and Schmeling. Nunberg reviewed the financial report for the month of May. Benes moved to approve the fi- nancial report, second by Gerving. Mo- tion carried unanimously. Committee Report: Sheriff's Report - Sheriff Steele was not available for the meeting. The Sher- iff's Report for the month of May con- sisting of 34 calls and 9 citations was reviewed. Nunberg mentioned she was notified the rate for Contracted Police Services will be increased from $47.00 per hour to $52. t3 per hour for the year 2017. Unfinished Business: None New Business: Gerving mentioned he took a water sample from his residence and sent the sample to an independent lab for test- ing. Test results were all within estab- lished parameters, with the exception of sodium which was higher than allowed. Applications for Beer and Liquor Li- cense were reviewed. Benes moved to approve On/Off Sale Beer & Liquor Li- censes for Legion Club, Inc. and The Backyard, second by Larson. Gerving and Walworth abstained. Motion car- ried. Benes moved to approve Off Sale Beer License for Farmers Union Oil Company of Beach, second by Larson. Gerving and Walworth abstained. Mo- tion carried. Benes moved to approve Off Sale Beer & Liquor License for Cedar Liquors, LLC, second by Larson. Gerving and Walworth abstained. Mo- tion carried. Two Applications for Spe- cial Events were reviewed. Gerving moved to approve the Applications for Special Events on Friday, August 5th for Buffalo Gap Guest Ranch and Satur- day, August 6th for Cedar Liquors, sec- ond by Benes. Walworth abstained. Motion carried. Nunberg read correspondence from Tom Wilhelmi, Manager of Beach Cable requesting the extension of the current franchise agreement with the City of Beach. Wilhelmi requested the 3% fran- chise fee be applied only to the basic cable rate. Gerving moyed to approve the request extending the franchise agreement for fifteen yearsbut th6 3% franchise fee remain the same, second by Marman. Discussion. Gerving - yes, Beach - yes, Marman - yes, Larson - yes, Benes - no, Walworth - no. Motion carries. A Public Hearing was held at 7:30 p.m. for the purpose of determining the sufficiency of protests filed in objection to Beach Street Improvement District 2016-01. Gerving moved to open the Public Hearing, second by Walworth. Motion carried unanimously. Engineer Kenzie Robertson provided a map of the project area along with a list of prop- erty owners showing that 62% of the project area protested. Lea Farstveet asked if the SE portion of the project could still proceed since only one prop- erty owner protested. Nunberg ex- plained a new special assessment district would need to be developed and as long as a majority did not protest the project could proceed. Terry Egan ques- tioned if new scoria would be placed on 4th Ave NW because after the last heavy rain it was washed away. Carrie Zachmann offered to continue looking for grants that could assist in paying for the improvement project as something needs to be done with the street and drainage in this area. Robertson will ex- plore other options for street improve- ments. Gerving moved to close the Public Hearing, second by Larson. Motion car- ried unanimously. Benes moved to approve Resolution 2016-14, second by Walworth. Motion carried unanimously. RESOLUTION NO. 2016- 14 A RESOLUTION DETERMINING THE SUFFICIENCY OF PROTESTS FILED IN OBJECTION TO BEACH STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 2016-01 WHEREAS, the City Council has adopted Resolution 2016 - 10, creating the Beach Street Improvement District 2016-01 ; and WHEREAS, the City Council adopted Resolution 2016 - 11, declar- ing the necessity of making certain im- provements within the Beach Street Improvement District 2016-01 ; WHEREAS, notice of this resolution was published in the official newspaper of the City of Beach on May 12th, and 19th, 2016 providing notice to owners of property within the District of their right to protest the intended improve- ments by filing written objections within 30 days of the first publication; WHEREAS the Beach City Council met at its next regularly scheduled meeting to hear and determine the suf- ficiency of the protests; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that owners of more than fifty percent of the property within the District have filed written protests to the planned im- provements; and NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Beach, North Dakota, that due to the protests filed objecting to the proj- ect, the project wil! not proceed, and the Beach Street Improvement District 2016-01 shall be dissolved. Dated this 20th day of June, 2016. Walter Losinski, Mayor City of Beach, North Dakota A'I-rEST: Kimberly Nunberg, City Auditor Nunberg provided the 2015 Annual Operating Report from Southwest Water Authority. Gerving asked for dis- cussion on an email he previously sent. to the City Council, City Attorney and City Auditor. Mayor Losinski mentioned emails sent to a majority of the Council could violate the Open Records and- Meetings Law. Gerving provided the email to those present. There was no further discussion on the email. Mar- man moved that if City representatives .... contact the City Attorney they must have approval first from City Council to do so, second by Walworth. Nunberg asked for clarification. Gerving stated each City Council member is 'entitled to contact the City Attorney for city related matters. Discussion. Marman moved to rescind his motion, second by Wal- worth. Motion carried unanimously. Nunberg will contact the City Attorney for an opinion. No other business was brought for- ward. Larson moved to adjourn, second by Walworth. Meeting adjourned at 8:35 p.m. Motion carried unanimously. Attest: Walter Losinski, Mayor Kimberly Nunberg, City Auditor (June 30) Notice NOTICE OF 3-5 DEMOGRAPHIC PLAN COMPLETION FOR BEACH SCHOOL DISTRICT #3 North Dakota Century Code 15.1- 07-26 requires districts to engage in a long-term planning process during each even-numbered year. We, the School Board and superintendent of the Beach School District have completed the data gathering outline in NDCC 15.1-07-26 and held a public forum to receive input in the planning process. This public input is reported as part of our com- pleted plan, and this plan in available at the high school district office or upon re- quest by contacting: David Wegner, Su- perintendent, or Misty Farnstrom, Business Manager, at the high school building (701-872-4161 ). /s/David Wegner, Superintendent /s/Kimberly Nunberg, School Board President (June 30) Medora Planning and Zoning Commission MEDORA PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION Official Proceedings on June 21, 2016 (Subject to board review and approval) Meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by President Kinley Slauter. Pres- ent were Jim Bridger, Michael Beaudoin and Ben Brannum. Pete Hegge was present via telephone. Minutes from the May 17 meeting were reviewed. Beaudoin made the motion to approve the May 17 minutes. Second by Bridger. Motion passed unanimously. Application No. 16-32, a proposal by Roger & Debra Satturlund of Sunshine Country at 312 Pacific Ave., to place 2 signs at their store, was reviewed. Slauter stated that the vinyl stickers on the door are not in compliance with or- '~d~nances arid are not on~his~applica- tion. Satteflund's will remoVe those letters. Request for sign #1 is a wood sign for the side of the building. Re- quest for sign #2 is an electric sign. That ordinance was reviewed and the request would not be in compliance. - Brannum made the motion to approve sign request #1 on Application t6-32. Second by Bridger. Motion passed - unanimously. Under Misc. Business, Steffen re- viewed a letter regarding antennas and - related equipment that will be switched - " out on the AT & T tower. There will be no increase to the height or the size of the equipment, so Steffen confirmed it does not need to go through zoning. Approved sign applications that are not in compliance were reviewed. Slauter contacted several of the business own- ers and letters will be sent to the busi- nesses he was not able to contact. It was the consensus of the Board tore- quire exact scale drawings to be sub- mitted with sign applications. Application 14-10 from Troy Mack at Black Hills Gold Outlet was approved 7- 15-14. Because this permit has ex- pired, he is requesting that it be re-approved. Slauter recommended a new application be submitted with ac- tual renderings of the signs. All the old signs in the windows need to come down and a new application be submit- ted for any window signage. There being no other business, Brannum moved to adjourn. Without objection meeting adjourned at 6:40 p.m. ATFEST: Kinley Slauter, President ATTEST: Carla Steffen, City Auditor (June 30) The deadline for submitted copy and stories and all ad orders is noon on Fridays• Call 872-3755 or e-mail goldenandbillings @gmail.com.