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Page 4 Golden Valley News August 10, 2017 rl Notice Dan Anderson Legacy Law Firm, PLLP 2610 Old Red Trail, Suite C Mandan, ND 58554 (701) 354-4004 attorney for petitioner Probate No. 17-2016-PR-00025 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Milton Earl Ziebarth, Deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETI- TION FOR FORMAL PROBATE OF WILL AND APPOINTMENT OF PER- SONAL REPRESENTATIVE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Gary Ziebarth has filed herein a Petition for Formal Probate of Will and Appoint- ment of Personal Representative. Hear- ing on said petition will be heard on the 24th day of August, 2017. In the court- room of said court in in the Golden Val- ley County Courthouse in the city of Beach, North Dakota. Dated this 26th day of July, 2017 Dan Anderson ID# 07534 Attorney at Law 2610 Old Red Trail, Suite C Mandan, ND 58554 (August 3, 10 and 17) Notice EBELTOFT. SICKLER. LAWYERS Office and Post Office Address: 2272 8th Street West Dickinson, North Dakota 58601 Telephone Number: (701) 225-5297 By: Jennifer Grosz, Lawyer #06130 Email: jgrosz@ Attorneys for Personal Representative Probate No. 04-2017-PR-06 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA IN DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF BILLINGS SOUTH- WEST JUDICIAL DISTRICT In the Matter of the Estate of Dorothy A. Coulter, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS [1] NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been ap- pointed Personal Representative of the above-named estate. Pursuant to N.D.C.C. 30.1-19-01, all persons hav- ing claims against the deceased are re- quired to present their claims within three (3) months after the date of the first publication or mailing of this notice or the claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to Twila C. de as Personal Representative for the Estate, Lawyer Jennifer Grosz of Ebeltoft. Sickler. Lawyers in her ca- pacity as counsel for the Personal Rep- resentative of the Estate, or filed with the Court. Dated this 25th day of July, 2017. ESTATE OF DOROTHY A. COUL- TER .......... Byi Twila C. de, Pers~'~a[ RepiesentatiVe 12890 49 R;St :SW ~" Belfield, ND 58622 Jennifer Grosz, Lawyer #06130 Ebeltoft. Sickler. Lawyers 2272 8th Street West Dickinson, North Dakota 58601 Attorneys for Personal Representa- tive (August 3, 10 and 17) Notice NOTICE OF ORDER SUSPENDING A'I-rORNEY, Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of the State of North Dakota, Petitioner V. Gene W. Allen, Respondent No. 20170061 The Disciplinary Board recom- mended that Gene Allen be suspended from the practice of law and pay the costs and expenses of the disciplinary proceeding for violating N.D.R. Prof. Conduct 1.7 (conflict of interest), 1.9 (duties to former client), 3.3 (candor to- ward the tribunal), and 8.4 (misconduct) while serving as his mother's attorney- in-fact and as the personal representa- tive of her estate. The Board found that Allen, after his mother became ill and he discovered she left him nothing under her will, used his power of attor- ney to name himself as a joint account holder on two of her bank accounts. After his mother died and Allen was ap- pointed personal representative of her estate, he began negotiating with his daughter, the major beneficiary under the will, for his newly-born son and him- self to share her inheritance contrary to the terms of the will. Allen acted as the attorney for himself as the personal rep- resentative. After he was removed as personal representative, Allen again acting as the attorney for himself, filed a petition for adjudication of intestacy against the estate, claiming the will was invalid and it mistakenly omitted him as a beneficiary. The probate court denied the claim. The Supreme Court found clear and convincing evidence that Allen violated N.D.R. Prof. Conduct 1.7, 1.9, and 8.4. The Court found there was not clear and convincing evidence that Allen vio- lated N.D.R. Prof. Conduct 3.3. Allen was suspended from the practice of law for six months effective September 1, 2017, and was ordered to pay $15,360.77 for the costs and expenses of the disciplinary proceeding. (August 10) Please support your local merchants! Notice BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS July 6, 2017 9:00 A.M. Chairman Troy Tescher called the meeting to order. Commissioners Don- ald Maus and Dennis Dietz along with States Attorney Christina Wenko were present. Commissioner Dietz made a motion to approve the agenda and Commis- sioner Maus seconded. Motion carried. Commissioner Dietz made a motion to approve the June regular meeting minutes and Commissioner Tescher seconded. Motion carried. Current business brought before the Board: Discussion was held on appointing a representative for the County to the Little Missouri River Commission. Discussion was held on the shin- gles on the Courthouse. The adjuster was out and stated that the deductible is more than the repairs. Skoglund will call Aakre and get an estimate for the repairs. Commissioner Tescher made a motion to appoint Rick Olson, Mayor of Sentinel Butte, to serve as Golden Val- ley County's representative on the Roo- sevelt-Custer Regional Council Board and Commissioner Dietz seconded. Motion carried. Commission Maus made a motion to adopt the following 2 resolutions: RESOLUTION NO. 2017 - 14 A RESOLUTION OF THE GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY COMMISSION AMENDING JOB DESCRIPTIONS FOR ROAD SUPERINTENDENT AND ROAD FOREMAN WHEREAS, the Commission recog- nizes the importance of providingqual- ity road maintenance and service for the citizens of Golden Valley County; and WHEREAS, the Commission recog- nizes the importance of evaluating the job duties and responsibilities of the Road Superintendent and Road Fore- man to accomplish that goal; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED, by the County Commission that the Road Superintendent and Road Foreman be amended as follows: 1. Superintendefit: Duties shall include preparing an- nual budgets for Special County Road, Road and Bridge, Highway Tax Fund and the Unorganized Townships. The daily operations shall be administered within the constraints of the budget and monitored for needed changes. All bills and pay vouchers will be reconciled on a monthly basis. Work performed and services rendered will be billed out from the Foreman and operator logs, and all unpaid bills will be reconciled as ac- counts receivable at the end of year. For external audit purposes and re- quired Federal audit requirements. (GASBE 34) inventories of gravel; cul- verts, signs, equipment and a depreci- ation schedule of equipment of over $5,000 in value will be kept and turned in annually. A record of all work per- formed in Unorganized Townships will be kept from operator logs to show ac- countability to tax payers. The Superin- tendent will need to comply with all required environmental regulations of the Corp of Engineers, ND Department of Health and State of Montana Depart- ment of Environmental Quality and State Historical Society to include the annual required filing of reports and monitoring They include health depart- ment Storm water runoff monitoring, gravel pit 10cb_tidn':m0~toring, major construction projects, Montana DEQ annual progress report, and the Corp of Engineers wetland mitigation monitor- ing reports. The Superintendent will need to understand project design and development, supervise and correlate with consulting firms the County's inter- est in project development. The Super- intendent will act on beh~ilf of the County as a local responsible in charge to ensure that all funding is utilized ac- cording to federal regulation to include all nondiscrimination and fair practice standards They will need to perform consultant reviews and to be involved with any required federal highway au- dits. Supervision of construction project contractors and monitoring of field en- gineers will be performed to ensure the County's interests are met. Duties will include communication with Board of Commissioners and Road Foreman for scheduling with budget consideration as it relates to budgeted maintenance expenses. Parts acquisi- tions, maintenance supplies, sign and culvert inventory supply, equipment and tool inventory, specification and pur- chase will be monitored and coordi- nated with the Road Foreman within budget constraints. Other duties in- clude janitorial duties of facilities. Su- perintendent will maintain communication with local public resi- dents of Golden Valley County on an as called basis for emergency situations and field daily calls to consider mainte- nance scheduling according to priority with Road Foreman. The Superintend- ent will also be responsible for devel- oping a working relationship with Township Supervisors, ND Department of Transportation Officials, Federal Highway Administration, United States Forest Service Personal, and Consult- ing Engineering firms to utilize a diverse source of funding for development and construction of improvements to the road system. Cooperative relationships with contractors should be developed when necessary to maintain County roads as needed and encourage sup- port of contractors for maintenance of Township road systems. 2. Road Foreman: The Road Foreman will work in di- rectly with the Superintendent for crew scheduling. The Foreman shall be available or provide an emergency con- tact on an as called basis to provide for emergency maintenance. Daily opera- tions will include the supervision and scheduling of road crew staff to perform routine maintenance of road system, equipment, and facilities with regard to time off, Holidays, necessary emer- gency maintenance, and seasonal op- erations. Daily duties include but not limited to supervision of blading roads, snow removal, mowing, gravel hauling, dust control, culvert replacement, and sign installation on County and Town- ship roads as well as equipment and vehicle service. Monthly time sheets will need to be reviewed and reconciled with Superintendent for payment. Di- rection of staffing will include proper training and regard to compliance of safety in direction of equipment opera- tion. Foreman will coordinate with the Risk Manager and Superintendent to provide employees for needed training and to comply with a random drug and alcohol testing program. Duties include performing all required safety audits. Daily operations will include planning and co-ordination with Superintendent of maintenance of County roads in re- spect to current and forecasted weather factors as well as seasonal conditions Consideration and scheduling of con- tract work for Townships will be per- formed in relation to emergency needs and secondly when scheduling allows. Daily scheduling beyond maintenance includes monitoring fuel deliveries, maintaining service oil and filter parts inventory, service and oil sampling records of equipment. Dated: July 6, 2017. GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY COM- MISSION Troy Tescher, Chairman ATTEST: Tamra Sperry County Auditor AND RESOLUTION NO. 2017 - 15 A RESOLUTION OFTHE GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY COMMISSION ADOPTING THE IMPOSITION OF VICTIM FEES IN ALL LAW VIOLA- TIONS THAT HAVE IMPRISONMENT AS A PENALTY WHEREAS, The 2017 North Dakota Legislature recently passed and the Governor signed HB 1003; and WHEREAS, HB 1003 contained a requirement that cities and counties help fund improvements to the Statewide Automated Victim Informa- tion and Notification Program (SAVIN); and WHEREAS, HB 1003 amended N.D.C.C. 27-01-10 to require the gov- erning body of a county to pass a reso- lution authorizing district court judges to impose a fee of not more than $25 on ALL crimes which have imprisonment as a possible consequence; and WHEREAS, HB 1003 is set to be- come effective July 1, 2017. NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Board of Commissioners of the County of Golden Valley County, is hereby passed this 6th day of July, 2017, a resolution requesting the dis- trict court judges to impose such a vic- tim fee on all crimes where imprisonment is a possibility and re- gardless of whether imprisonment is im- posed or not, to be collected and distributed to the county to be used for victim service's improvements. APPROVED: Troy Tescher, Chair Board of Commissioners County of Golden Valley ATTEST: Tamra Sperry Golden Valley County Auditor and Commissioner Dietz seconded. Motion carried. It was agreed to con- tinue to submit the required percentage of fees collected from the Victim Fees towards the Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center. States Attorney, Christina Wenko gave the Board an update on the cases she is working on for the County. - Commissioner' Tescher' made a motion to acceptJayca Huffman.'s letter of r~signation and (~ommissioner Maus seconded. Motion carried. County Auditor, Tamra Sperry pre- sented a letter from the Social Services Director, Maurice Hardy in regards to the SB 2206. The County Auditor, Tamra Sperry presented the Board with the following Treasurer's report: GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY TREASURER Beach, North Dakota Ledger balance for period 1-1-17 through 6-30-17 BALANCE 1-1-2017 $6,197,710.48 JAN. COLLECTIONS $1,194,017.49 FEB. COLLECTIONS $2,996,135.76 MAR. COLLECTIONS $286,170.66 APR. COLLECTIONS $1,384,836.61 MAY. COLLECTIONS $1,001,104.73 JUNE COLLECTIONS $258,590.93 TOTAL $13,318,566.66 JAN. PAYMENTS $1,388,657.22 FEB. PAYMENTS $1,872,771.22 MAR. PAYMENTS $667,930.78 APR. PAYMENTS $300,656.42 MAY. PAYMENTS $1,387,080.56 JUNE PAYMENTS $377,687.23 BALANCE 6-30-2016 $7,323,783.23 BALANCE 6-30-2017 $7,323,783.23 TOTAL $7,323,783.23 BANK DEPOSITS $2,297,059.81 WESTERN COOP.CU SA$225,562.56 LIBR. CD & SAVINGS $10,679.95 CERT. OF DEPOSITS $4,783,642.56 CASH ITEMS $160.00 CHECKS & DRAFTS $1,467.09 CASH ON HAND $5,211.26 TOTAL $7,323,783.23 Commissioner Dietz made a mo- tion to transfer $4000 from the Wireless 911 Fund to County 911 Fund and Commissioner Maus seconded. Motion carried. A Millings Storage Agreement was reviewed. Commissioner Dietz made a motion to pay the agreed $750/year lease to Walt and Scott Rojic and Com- missioner Dietz will present the agree- ment to the Rojics and Commissioner Tescher seconded. Motion carried. DES, Rachel Keohane met with the Board to discuss the LEPC Association Members. Discussion was held on the representatives that should be repre- sented by the County. Sheriff, Scott Steele joined the discussion. 911 Coordinator, Henry Gerving met with the Board to discuss the rev- enues vs. expenditures for the 911 col- lections. It was agreed to sign the tower site on Sentinel Butte hill lease. Tax Director, Henry Gerving met with the Board. Discussion was held on a Veterans Credit and Abatement appli- cation that was submitted past the deadlines. Commissioner Dietz made a motion to disapprove the application due to missing the February 1st dead- line and Commissioner Tescher sec- onded. Motion carried. VSO, Henry Gerving met with the Board. It was agreed that the VA will continue to pay rent to the County $70/month for space in building versus building a storage space. Holly Praus with Sunrise Youth Bu- reau met with the Board to review with them the services provided from the or- ganization and request that Golden Val- ley County continue to support the organization. Clerk of Court/Recorder, Patty Thompson met with the Board Thomp- son updated the Board on the current legislative requirements. Discussion was held on ENDRIN and having docu- ments e-filed. 75321 Golden Valley County Agent, Ashley Ueckert met County Treasurer 4813.65 with the Board. The Board presented Credit Card JPMorgan the letter from the ND State Water Chase Bank NA 296.38 Commission in regards to a represen- Direct Dep Golden tative from Golden Valley County, in- Valley County 6189334 quiring if Ueckert would be interested in ATTEST: representing the County. Ueckert gave Tamra Sperry, County Auditor an update on her department. Troy Tescher, Chairman, County Sheriff, Scott Steele met with the Commissioners Board. Discussion was held on the ex- (August 10) cess equipment. It was agreed to dis- tribute the equipment to the emergency Notice departments as requested. Discussion was held on the SW Multi-County Budget. ' Discussion was also held on NOTICE OF CHANGE OF REGULAR the contract with the City of Beach forMEETING law enforcement and how to work the formula for 2018. The regular August meeting of the Road Foreman, Pete Wirtzfeld and Billings County School Board will be Jeremy Wood with Northern Plains En- held at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August gineer met with the Board along with 15, 2017, at the DeMores School in Rick and Tyler Noll. 2 quotes were read Medora. for the Van Daele Road project: Noll Anyone needing special accommo- Construction for $70,847.25 and Hie- dations to attend the meetings may bechuk Construction for $68,076. make arrangements by contacting the Commissioner Dietz made a motion to District Office at 623-4363 or 1-800- hire Noll Construction for the Van Daele 366-6888 TTY, 6889-Voice Road project and Commissioner Maus (August 10) seconded. Motion carried. Wood pre- sented the signed agreement for the Bids crushing and stockpiling gravel project by the contractor Noll Construction ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS LLC. Wood gave an update on the cur- SECTION 00100 rent Bell Lake Road Project and the 2017 WINTER PIT current pay estimate to Hlebechuk Con- CRUSHING AND STOCKPILING struction for the project. GRAVEL Andrew Krebs with KLJ met with the E 1/2, SEC 9, T 143N, R 102W Board to update them on the Beaver BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH Creek Bridge project and still waiting on DAKOTA environmental paperwork. Road Foreman, Pete Wirtzfeld up- Sealed bids will be received by the dated the Board on various projects that Billings County Commission, at the of- are currently taking place in the County. fice of the Billings County Auditor, 495 Discussion was held on the vacant po- 4th Street, PO Box 168, Medora, North sition of the Weed Control Officer. Dis- Dakota, 58645, until 11:00 AM MT, Sep- cussion was held on motor graders, ternber 7, 2017, at which time they will Discussion was held on upcomingbe publicly opened and read aloud for budgets in the Road Department.the furnishing of materials, labor, equip- Commissioner Tescher made a motion ment and skill required for the con- to appoint Pete Wirtzfeld as the de- struction of Crushing and Stockpiling signee for Golden Valley County to Gravel and incidental items in and for have voting rights at the special meet- said Billings County, as is more fully de- ing of the Western Dakota Energy As- scribed and set forth in the plans and sociation and Commissioner Dietz specifications therefore, which are now seconded. Motion carried, on file in the office of the Billings County Chairman, Troy Tescher declaredAuditor. the meeting adjourned at 3:30 PM. Bids shall be upon cash payment on The following vouchers were au-the following estimated quantities and dited and approved for the month of types of work: July: 1 LSUM CONTRACT BOND; 1 75158 City of Beach 812.45 LSUM MOBILIZATION; 1 LSUM STRIP 75159MDU 1525.64 & STOCKPILE TOPSOIL & OVER- 75160 Midstate BURDEN; 50,000 CY CRUSH & Communications, Inc.1198.76 STOCKPILE GRAVEL; 1 LSUM RE- 75161-75189 Collections CLAIM PIT SITE; Submitted 56796.72 The contract documents are on file 75190 North Dakota and may be examined at the following: State Treasurer 505.43 Billings County Auditor, 495 4th St, 75t 91-75214 Social Medora, North Dakota Services Disbursements 5462.98 KLJ, 1463 1-94 Business Loop East, 75215 NDAAO 105.00 Dickinson, North Dakota 75216 Golden Valley Complete digital project bidding doc- Co States Attorney 1358.33 uments are available at 75217 CA Contractors "Projects for Bid" or Supplies, Inc. 129.90 You may download 75218 Information the digital plan documents for $15.00 by Technology Dept 72.05 inputting Quest project # 5283131 On 75219 DAV 230.00 the website's Project Search page. 75220 Endurance Coatings 300.00 Please contact QuestCDN at (952) 233- 75221 Golden Valley News 572.28 1632 or for assis- 75222 Lawson Products, Inc. 1048.04 tance in free membership registration, 75223 Patty Thompson 372.61 downloading, and working with this dig- 75224 National Sheriffs' ital project information Please contact Association 60.00 us at 701-483-1284 if you have any 75225 Henry Gerving 258.86 questions. 75226 Mainstay Suites158.00 All bids are to be submitted on the 75227 C.E. Brooks & basis of cash payment for the work and Associates 662.58 materials, and each bid shall be ac- 75228 Dakota lnsurance 213;00 companied by a separate envelope 75229 ND Association containing the contractor's license and of Counties 140.00 bid security. The bid security must be in 75230 Wild Vines Market, LLC 53.00 a sum equal to five per cent (5%) of the 75231 Rachel Keohane 145.90 full amount of the bid and must be in the 75232 Tamra Sperry 74.90 form of a bidder's bond. A bidder's bond 75233 Job Service must be executed by the bidder as prin- North Dakota 287.29 cipal and by a surety company author- 75234NDLTAP-UGPTI/NDSU100.00 ized to do business in this state, 75235 John Deere Financial 538.14 conditioned that if the principal's bid be 75236 BOSS Inc 372.38 accepted, and the contract awarded to 75237 TNT Gravel & the principal, the principal, within ten Spray Service, LLC 3113.00 (10) days after notice of award, will ex- 75238 Rohan Hardware 21.06 ecute and effect a contract in accor- 75239 Hlebechuk dance with the terms of his bid and the Construcion Inc. 100406.10 bid bond as required by the laws of the 75240 Productivity State of North Dakota and the regula- Plus Account 224.53 tions and determinations of the govern- 75241 Northern Plains ing body. If a successful bidder does not Engineering, LLC 28845.00 execute a contract within ten (10) days 75242Ashley Ueckert249.33 allowed, the bidder's bond must be for- 75243 Domestic Violence feited to the governing body and the & Rape Crisis 2000.00 project awarded to the next lowest re- 75244 Family Connection sponsible bidder Safe Visitation 500.00 All bidders must be licensed for the 75245 Penguin full amount of the bid as required by Management, Inc. 2916.00 Section 430705 and 43-07-12 of the 75246 Wallwork Truck Center 22.35 North Dakota Century Code. 75247 Jandt Plumbing & The successful Bidder will be re- Heating LLC 4268.54 quired to furnish Contract Performance 75248 Midstate and Payment Bonds in the full amount Communications, Inc. 7029.24 of the contract. 75249 SW Multi-Co Contracts shall be awarded on the Correction Center 5386.66 basis of the low bid submitted by a re- 75250 Consolidated Telcom 2.00 sponsible and responsive bidder for the 75251 State Fire aggregate sum of all bid items. A single & Tornado Fund 3571.96 contract will be awarded for the work. 75252 Beach Pharmacy 11.79 All bids will be contained in a sealed 75253 U.S. Postal Service 61.54 envelope, as above provided; plainly 75254 Farmers Union Oil 8848.54 marked showing that such envelope 75255 Kadrmas, contains a bid for the above project. In Lee & Jackson, Inc. 1917.26 addition, the bidder shall place upon the 75256 Powerplan 289701 exterior of such envelope the following 75257 ND State information: Radio Communications 289402 1. The work covered by the bidder 75258 Sue Feldman 40.00 2. The name of the bidder 75259 Noll Contruction, LLC 812.50 3. Separate envelope containing bid 75260 Walt and Scott Rojic 75000 bond and a copy of North Dakota Con- 75261 Golden Valley tractor's License or certificate of re- County Treasurer 4000.00 newel. 75262-75267Weed 4. Acknowledgement of the Ad- Control Disbursements2338.67 denda. 75268 Office of Attorney No Bid will be read or considered General- 1250 300.00 which does not fully comply with the 75269-75272 Weed Control above provisions as to Bond and li- Disbursements 5603.20 censes and any deficient Bid submitted 75273 Farmers Union Oil 26.99 will be resealed and returned t6 the Bid- 75274-75278 Library der immediately. Disbursements 728.99 The work on the improvement will 75279-75300 Golden Valley, be completed by April 1 ~ 2018. County Employees 34534.55 The Owner reserves the right to re- 75301-75307 Payroll Liabilityject any and all bids, to waive any infor- Disbursements 43265.36 mality in any bid, to hold all bids for a 75308-75313 Cafeteria Plan period not to exceed 30 days from the Disbursements 1338.46 date of opening bids, and to accept the 75314 Reservation bid deemed most favorable to the inter- Telephone Coop 40.00 est of the Owner. 75315 Bullion Township 2300.00 Should the Contractor fail to com- 75316 AT&T Mobility 41.51 plete the work within the time required 75317-75318 Payroll herein or within such extra time as may Liability Disbursements 22421.21 have been granted by formal exten- 75319 Verizon Wireless 310.80 sions of time approved by the Owner, 75320 Cenex Fleetcard 798.71 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 i~is 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 2nd day of August 2017 BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA s/MARCIA LAMB BILLINGS COUNTY AUDITOR (August 10, 17 and 24) Notice NOTICE OF MOTION; MOTION TO AMEND ORDER STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, IN DISTRICT COURT, COUNTY OF GOLDEN VALLEY, SOUTHWEST JU- DICIAL DISTRICT Case No. 17-09-C-00037 Curtis Miles, Plaintiff, VS. Donald Remillong, Sharon Remillong, Sporting Club LLC Defendants. TO: PLAINTIFF, CURTIS MILES: NOTICE OF MOTION YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Motion in this case has been filed with the Clerk of District Court in and for Golden Valley County, North Dakota. You are further notified that this Notice of Mo- tion, the Motion and other documents are served upon you personally. You have fourteen (14) days from the date of that service upon you to respond to the Motion You are also notified that if this Notice of Motion is served upon you by publication, .you have thirty-five (35) days from and after the date of first pub- lication of this Notice to respond to the Motion Failure to respond to the Mo- tion may result in relief being granted pursuant to that Motion. MOTION Motion is made by the Defendant, Sharon Remillong, for an Order that would amend the Order and Motion is- sued by the Court on June 21,2012, to provide as follows: 1. "That any Judgment Lien in favor of the Plaintiff and against either or any of the Defendants heretofore filed of record in Golden Valley County in North Dakota as against the following real property: Mikkelson's First Addition to the City of Beach, North Dakota, Golden Valley County, North Dakota: Block 3: Lots 1 and 2 Block 4: Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 2. This Motion is brought based upon the attached Brief. Dated this 23rd day of May, 2017. KEOGH LAW OFFICE Attorneys for Defendant Street and Post Office Address: 141 3rd St. West; P.O. Box 1202 Dickinson, ND 58602-1202 Ph.: 701-483-9146 & Fax: 701-483- 9147 /s/Robert A. Keogh Robert A. Keogh, ND Bar ID# 03004 bob@ (August 10, 17 and 24) Put Your Money Where Your House Zs/ NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND ADMINISTRATIVE RULES relating to 334:)6-01 Reportable Conditions: 33-06434. Control of Specific Diseases: and 33-06-05 School Immunization Requirements North Dakota Department of Health -will hold a public hearing to address proposed changes to the ND Adrein Code ND Dept. of Health Judicial Wing Room 212 600 East Boulevard Avenue Bismarck, ND 58505-0200 Friday, September 22, 2017 10:00 a.m. A copy of the proposed amendments may be obtained by calling the Healtr Department at 701-328-2378. Also written comments may be submitted tc the above address until October 6, 2017. If you plan to attend the public hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the Health Department at the above telephone number or address at least three days prior to the public hearing Dated this 3rd day of August 2017. Mylynn K. Tuffe State Health Officer t