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. Golden Valley News & Billings County Pioneer Thursday, July 20, 2006 Legal notices OF PROCEEDS OF THE SPECIAL MEETING THE BEACH BOARD EDUCATION June 20, 2006 7:00 p.m Room 11 OF Present: Bob Makelky Maurice Hardy Mickey Duerre Mark Egan Misty Farnstrom Larry Helvik Brandt Gaugler Mike Zier , Absent: Barry Schafer Dave Wegner Judy Lonnberg Visitors: President Makelky called the meeting to order at 7:03 p.m. Famstrom presented June 14, 2006 regular meeting minutes. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Duerre to approve minutes. Motion carries unanimously. 0 Helvik presented correspondence. Thank you from Dan Uttech for the support at the last board meeting. Famstrom presented school board election results. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Hardy to approve election results. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Duerre completed her oath of office. Makelky called for approval of agenda. Motion by Egan, second by Duerre to approve agenda. Motion carries unanimously. Helvik presented personnel. Emily Cowan and Monica Stover have been offered'teaching contracts. Josh Heinemeyer has been offered an assistant football coach contract. Discussion. Motion by' Egan, second. by Hardy to approve contracts. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Wes Carr has resigned as ele- mentary and high school art teacher. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, second by Egan to accept resignation. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Position is being advertised. Discussion. Athletic openings were discussed. Zier suggested moving Peewee foot- ball to the fall. Discussion. Consensus of the board agreed to move the pro: gram to the fall. Lisa Hendrickson did not accept the day treatment position before the deadline. Aleta Heckaman has expressed interest in the position and will be moved from elementary special education to the high school day treat- ment position. Discussion. Helvik presented facilities. Football and track field progress was discussed. Progress on replacement of duct work at the elementary was dis- cussed. High school janitor Ron Zook has indicated a trailer is needed to do ja0itorial work. Zook. currently uses his personal t/'ailer for schooJ use. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Hardy to approve purchase of a trailer. Roll call vote carries unani- mously. Helvik presented plan for the 2006- 2007 school wide Title programs. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, second by Duerre to approve the plan. Roll call vote carries unanimously. The superintendent needs to be appointed as the authorized representative for all federal programs, including but not limited to Title I, Title I N/D, Title II, Title liD, Title IV, Title V, Title IX, Taylor Grazing, Carl Perkins, Federal Food Program, E-Rate, and Technology Grants. Motiop by Egan, second by Hardy to approve Helvik as autho- rized representative for all programs as listed above. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented Policy. Second reading for Beach Public School Wellness Policy was present- ed. Discussion. Amendments have been made. Motion by Hardy, second by Duerre to approve second reading. Roll call vote carries unanimously. First readidg for Tobacco Free Facit~y and Grounds Policy was pre- sented. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, second by Duerre to approve first reading. Roll call vote carries unani- mously. Zier presented athletic director report, Quote for new track equip- ment was distributed and reviewed. Discussion. Consensus of the board is to give the authority to the athletic director and administration to receive other quotes from other companies and to make the best selection. Beach Public School District #3, - June 2006 General Fund 141,584.28 Activity Fund 2,742.17 Food Service 3,756.64 Manual General 7,125.06 Manual Activity 4,049.10 May Payroll 248,124.25 TOTAL 407,381.50 General Fund AIItel 44.32 Amerpride ~ - 491 ;21 Andereons Pins 247.34 Avi Systems 14,294.00 BACC 100.00 Balfour 155.77 Beach Alley 28.00 Beach Co-op 116.00 Beach Food Center 614.98 Beach School Food Serv. 5,764.01 Shelly Beasley 7.49 Leanne Banes,60.00 Billings County 10,353.30 Bismarck Tribune 21.00 BOSS 1,595.18 Gary Braden 949.98 Bridges Transitions 482.00 B'S Catering 47.80 CCV 9,156.79 Cenex Fleet Fueling 1,014.49 Centar Industries 16.55 City of Beach. 571.00 Cole Papers 542.68 College Board Publications 116.90 Corporate Card 1,359.05 Rosemary Dahl 60.00 Dakota Assemblies 200.00 Dakota Dust-Tex 65.50 Dans Supermarket 79.98 DF Lighting 99.92 Dickinson Parks and Rec. 54.00 Dickinson Press. 23.00 Jeremy Duttenhefer 47.25 Ecolab Center 140.00 Educators Outlet " 52.77 Expressway Inn 739.50 Farmers Union 117.78 Misty Famstrom 123.75 Jacqueline Farstveet 62.00 FBLA of Beach 250.00 FF of Beach 979.00 Four Seasons Trophies 2,737.92 Free Spirit Pub. 38.80 Gerrells Sports Ctr. 372.95 Golden Valley News 230.52 Golden Valley SCD 30.00 James Groll 34.88 Thomas Heckaman 60.00 Larry Helvik 32.50 HOTR 639.00 Howard's Cleaning Serv. 3,712.50 HSBC Bus. Solutions 119.01 Information Tech. 501.46 Jamestown Public School 897.69 JW Pepper 8.75 Kelly Inn 430.00 Killdeer High School 2,487.19 La Playa 50.00 Susan Marman 25.00 Martin Const. 23,069.42 Master Graphics 7,995.00 Master Teacher 98.20 Mid American Research Chem. 256.84 Midstate 585.56 MDU 5,006.74 NAPA 58.04 ND Council of Educ. Leaders 50.00 Gwen Oech 60.00 Office Max Credit Plan 2,112.34 Orca Book Pub. 170.36 Ordahl Constr. 970.00 Prairie Fire Pottery 42.00 Prairie Lumber 87.60 Quality Inn 300.00 Queen City Candy 122.09 Really Good Stuff 52:90 Recorded Books 17.85 Rohan's Hdwr. 128.93 Rons Extinguisher Serv. 195.00 Maria Ross 60.00 Saddleback Educational 208.22 Sanichem 89.00 Mary Ann Schillo 5.25 School Ctr. 1,200.00 School Products and Equip. 12,324.00 School Specialty 48.66 Spectrum Ind. 10,160.48 Steve's Serv. 1,143144 Wanda Stroud 4.48 Sweet Memories 201.10 Teacher Created Materials 34.72 Tri-C Publications 525.00 Tru Smart Tech. 200.00 Walmart 747.58 Walz Trk Rep. 913.99 West Dakota Rep. 153.95 West Plains 8,533.08 Fund Total: 141,584.28 Checking Acct. Total: 141,584.28 Activity Fund Baker Boy 38.04 Beach Food (~enter 116.20 B's Catering 61.20 Coca Cola 146.75 Darcy's Floral 519.50 GFG 40.16 Lake Country Stitches 48.00 Queen City Candy 118.80 Scholastic Book Fairs 1,653.52 Fund Total: 2,742.17 Checking Acct. Total: 2,742.17 Food Service Beach Food Center 277.33 Charlene Bostyan 12.35 DPI 454.02 for July 29, 2006 2-4pm Golden Valley Manor Activity Room No gifts please Helvik presented superintendent report. NDSBA Summer Conference has been scheduled for July 20-21, 2006. Discussion; End of the year bills need to be paid before June 30, 2006. Discussion. Motion by Egan, second by Duerre to give Famstrom authority to pay end of the year bills. Roll call vote carries unanimously. A report of the paid end of the year bills will be available at the regular July meeting Discussion. Hartford Steam Boiler Insurance was discussed. Motion by Egan~ second by Hardy to cancel boiler insurance. Roll call vote carries unan- imously. The football/track field needs to be annexed to the City of Beach. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, sec- ond by Duerre to approve annexation. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented business manager report. Securities pledged for First State Bank and Bank of the West were distributed and reviewed. Motion by Duerre, second by Hardy to approve securities pledged. Roll call vote car- des unanimously. Clarification is needed as to when the new wages start for classified employees. 'Discussion. Consensus of the board is to have the new wages start for classified employees July 1, 2006. Discussion. Visitation by the IRS for a compli- ance check was discussed. Attorney General letter regarding NDCC 15.1-29-14 subsection 5 was discussed. Farnstrom contacted the county attorney to obtain an attorney generars opinion. Consensus of the board is to continue with the pro- cess and contact the legislature for a change to the current century code. Discussion. Makelky called for a motion to adjoum. Motion by Egan, second by Duerre to adjourn. MSkelky adjourned 8:15 p.m. Bob Makelky, President Attest: Misty Farnstrom, Business Manager July 20, 2006 GFG 1,912.36 Interstate Brands 243.65 Rick Noll 10.90 Luann Reber 3.60 Perry & Nancy Stockwell 1.35 Jerry & Sue Tosner 2.70 Valley Dairy 831.13 Leone VanVleet 7.25 Fund Total: 3,756.64 Checking Acct. Total: 3,756.64 Manual General Corporate Card 760.06 Edutech 3,000.00 Hazen Higfi 'School 150.00 Killdeer High School 100.00 Post Graduation 250.00 Richardton Taylor School 120.00 Shiloh Christian High School 100.00 Travel World of Crosby1,505.00 Trinity High School 200.00 Kelly Wilwand 423.00 Mike Zier 517.00 Fund Total: 7,125.06 Checking Acct. Total: 7,125.06 Manual Activity Applebee's 530.00 Cine 3 108.00 Corporate Card 741.29 Dickinson Rec Ctr. 44.00 K-Hook 50.00 Paragon Bowl 120.00 Quiznos 185.81 Travel World of Crosby 2,270.00 Fund Total: 4,049.10 Checking Acct. Total 4,049.10 May Payroll 248,124.25 July 20, 2006 PROCEEDS OF THE were discussed Motion by Egan, REGULAR MEETING second by Schafer to approve using a OF THE BEACH BOARD OF sand separator to possibly rectify the EDUCATION problem. Roll call vote carries unani- June 14, 2006, mously. Discussion. Consensus of 7:00 p.m Room 11 the board is to continue working to rectify the problems as not to lose the Present: hydroseeding. Discussion. Liquidated Bob Makelky Visitors: damages were discussed for the late Maurice Hardy Dan Uttech hydroseeding. Discussion. Motion Mickey Duerre Kathryn Uttech by Hardy to withhold $6,000 from the Mark Egan Gary Brennan cost of the project for liquidated dam- Barry Schafer ages for late hydroseeding. Makelky Misty Famstrom called for a second. Motion dies for Larry Helvik lack of second. Discussion. Motion Brandt Gaugler by Egan, second by Duerre to with- Dave Wegner hold 2% of the entire contract until Mike Zier the extent of the damages can be Absent: assessed. Roll call vote carries unani- Judy Lonnberg mously. Discussion. Helvik presented correspondence. President Makelky called the meet- Thank you from Post Graduation ing to order at 7:00 p.m. Makelky Committee for the donation. recognized visitors. Letter from Dan Uttech was Farnstrom presented May 10, 2006 received regarding clarification of regular meeting minutes. Motion by vacation days. Letter from Mr. Helvik Egan, second by Hardy to approve was discussed. Discussion. Policy minutes. Motion carries unanimously, and handbook were discussed. Motion Farnstrom presented general fund, by. Egan, second by Duerre to allow all activity fund, food service, manual full time classified staff to use all accu- general fund, manual activity fund bills mulated vacation by July 1,2007. Roll and May regular payroll. Discussion. call vote carries unanimously. Motion by Egan, second by Duerre to Makelky called for a motion to approve May payroll and all bills with adjourn due to weather and lack of the exception of Walz Truck Repair. electricity. Discussion. Special meet- Motion carries unanimously, ing will be scheduled for June 20, Makelky called for approval of 2006 at 7:00 p.m. Motion by Egan, agenda. Helvik recommended mov-second by Duerre to adjourn. Makelky ing item #7 up to item #3 with all adjourned 8:20 p.m. other items moving down respectively. Motion by Egan, second by Schafer BOb Makelky, President to approve agenda with amendment. Attest: Misty Famstrom, Bus~ness Motion carries unanimously. Manager Gary Brennan discussed the prog- ress on the football/track field proj-July 20, 2006 ect. Problems with the wellsl sprinkler system and related water systems Billings County will hold the second and third of three public meetings pertaining to the FY2006 Homeland Security grants from NDDES on Friday, July 21, and wednesday, July 26, 2006 at 10 a.m. at the courthouse in Medora. The public is cordially invited to attend and participate. Golden Valley Co. farmers eligible for USA disaster loans Farmers in Golden Valley County who suffered physical and production losses because of a spring storm, with drenching rains, snow and flooding that occurred from April 17-April 27, 2006, may now apply for Farm Service Agency Emergency Loans according to Wanda Hoherz, farm loan manager. Golden Valley County is eligi- ble to make EM loans because it is bordering a county in Montana that was designated a major disaster area. The time allowed to file loan applications is eight months. For Golden Valley County farm- ers, this means the deadline for applications is to be filed by February 20, 2007. Farmers who suffered loss (20 percent of normal) and unable to get credit elsewhere, may apply for reduced interest loans to cover up to 100 percent of their losses. The loans carry a 3.75 percent interest rate. Apply for assistance at the FSA office in Dickinson. Long.term care With Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota's "CareDireetions Simplicity," you're in control over where and how your care is provided. Even if it's in your own home. That's financial security with the freedom of choice. Administered and reinsured by MedAmerica Insurance Company. Dan Farstveet, Nodak Mutual Agent Dickinson and Beach 483-5300 or 872-3100 Offered by: Nodak Mutual . Insurance Company Serving our North Dakota Farm Bureau n~nbem. Nodak Mutual lnsumn== Company is Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota an independent agent for Blue Cross is an independent licensee of the ,Blue Shield of North Dako~. Blue Cross and Blue Shield Associadon. @ Reglstted madam ol the Blue Cross and E~m Sldeld temodldbn. O'Reg'mlb~-ed mark of Noh~ Dakota Finn Bureau. NmMen MVI.~ mum*~ce comm~ City of Sentinel Butte Unofficial Minutes of July 10, 2006 The July 10, 2006 meeting of the Sentinel Butte City Council was calle to roder by Mayor Rick Olson witl~ air Councilmen (Troy Bohn, Denni~ Dietz, Val Obrigewitch and Dean Vat Horn) present. From our City we had JudyI Stenberg present also. 1 The minutes of the June 12 meetinal and June 26 Organizational Meetin~ were read and approved. | Mayor Olson asked Judy whatl the Council could do for her. dud~ brought to the attention of the Council the infestation throughout the City ol creeping jenny which Troy remindec the Council is a noxious weed. Dennis made the motion the Cit3 have Mike's Spraying spray the Cit~ areas with 2-4-D. Dean seconded the motion. The motion passed. Propert~ owners of the City must take care ol their own areas. Judy would also like to see the water that comes, past the Post Office diverted. The lagoon area needs some spraying, also, as Canadian thistle has 1Seen noted there in one cell. There is some blacktQp near the ~avilion that needs picking up. The burn permit from the state ha~ lrrived. Some City records need to be destroyed. There is a possibility thal a charge may be necessary for gar- bage pick-up when an auction permil is issued. All citizens of the City are encour. aged to keep their property clean ant neat. L The bills were presented afte= hich Troy made the motion to pa~ them while Dean provided the sec- ond. The motion passed. Golden Valley News (Waterwork~ books)S292.95; ND Dept. of Healtl" (hauling permit) $25; Napa Auto Part~ $33.99; Peterson's Bobcat ServiCE $795.06; Southwest Water Authorit~ $672.01; Olson's Service $90.25 Golden Valley News (minutes) $17.15 S.B Services $5; Rohan Hardware $7.99; ND State Fire and Tornedc Fund $267.44. Making the motion to adjourn wa~ Dennis while Val second the motion The motion carded. James A. Muckle Sr. City Auditor July 20, 2006 A collection site for your old, unusable or banned pesticides is coming to your area soon! SAFE. ;IMPLE. FREE. Bring in old, unusable or banned pesticides including herbicides, insecticides, rodenticides and fungicides. Round up banned pesticides like DDT, Arsenic, Dieldrin, Chlordane and mercury seed treatments and bring them in too! " There's no need to preregister for this FREE collection! FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL TilE ND DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 1-800-242-7535 TOLL FREE