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August 10, 2017 Golden Valley News Page 5 rl Notice BELFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOL 2017-18 contracts Teachers -. Mary Baer $56,300 + 1527.00 ex curric Heather Burris $50,300 Vicki Carney $41,300 Ella-Jo Corneil $48,800 + 995.5 ex curric. Sara Eberts $42,800 Alan Geiger $59,450 + 1,886 ex cur- ric Jodi Gerbig $49,800 Billie Gibson $49,800 + $827 ex cur- ric Dave Hendrickson $50,800 Ericka Hutzenbiler $42,300 Elaine Johnson $53,800 Frances Johnson $17,840 (flex=2,766)) Kelli Kessel $46,800 + 866 ex cur- ric Rachelle Klein $40,300 + $1,550 ex curric Kristi Kramlich $43,557 + 1,158 ex curric Kayleen Marmon $54,800 Vicki Mattson $49,300 Linda Meschke $56,800 Shannon Meier $41,800 + 1102 ex curric Kristy McDowell 43,800 Randy McDowell $48,300 + 1,656 ex curric Bobbi Olson $32,221 (flex $8932) Works at South Heart, paid through Belfield Erin Pennington $44,300 Heather Schieno $54,665 (flex=13,908) works at part-time at both Trinity and Belfield, paid by Belfield Jane Reisenauer $35,446 (flex 8446) works at New England only, paid through Belfield Ann WittKopp $44,300 Flex amounts for contracted teach- ers is $9,011 annually unless otherwise noted. Administration - Daren Kurle $73,550 + family Insur- ance MarieLorge $73,550 (flex = $10,000) Wade Northrop $105,060 + family Insurance Business Manager Alice Berger $26.25 hr- flex = $8,661 Ancillary paid by the hour- benefits according to board policy Ed Roller 26.25, Stephen Pro- cive17.60, Shelly Dukart 16.00 Rhonda Tooley 19.75, MaryLou Schneider 18.50, Andrea Volk 12.50, Sara Dav- enport 12.00, Sharon Decker 19.00- aide, 16.00-custodian, JoLynn Roller 17.50, Marina Redig 13100, Jessica Caban 10.50 (August 10) Billings County Commis- sion BILLINGS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS REGULAR MEETING- JUNE 6, 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: Jason Kastrow, Tammy Simnioniw, Stacey Kessel, Mike Klatt, Kurt Froehlich, Pat Rummel, Julie Reis, Lynn Arthaud, Stacy Allen, Justin Hynd- man, Richard Volesky. Kasian moved to approve the min- utes from the May 2, 2017 regular meeting. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. Auditor Lamb presented a division order from SW Production Corp. Chair- man Arthaud signed. There was a social service board member that will expire at the end of the month. Kessel moved to reappoint Emily Vesey to 4 year term on the so- cial service board. Sheriff Pat Rummel presented his monthly report. He stated that the Multi Hazard Mitigation Plan is coming due for an update. The Southwest counties all worked together on the original. Dunn County will be the fiscal agent this year, and it was decided that we will only go ahead with the agreement if grant money is received. The Billings County School Board members Stacey Kessel, Mike Klatt, Julie Reis and Lynn Arthaud were pres- ent. School Board President Lynn Arthaud addressed the commission and stated that the Belfield school district has approached the Billings County school district to discuss whether they would consider consolidation of the two districts. Lynn Arthaud went over the consolidation process and stated that they wanted input from the county re- garding this prior to the school board deciding whether or not to go ahead with a study. Tony Krebs was present as president of the Belfield school board. He went over the consolidation and the purchase that they have made of 30 acres to build a new high school or school complex. He stated that the mill levy is not enough to build a school in Belfield, but with a combined levy, and with the building fund that it would be possible. Jim Arthaud questioned other options for funding of a high school in Belfield. Lynn Arthaud went over the breakdown of Billings County Students attending high school and currently there are 10 in Belfield, 8 in South Heart and 3 in Beach. Also, she went over ND Century Code that allows for a transfer of funds from the county if, for instance the refinery is built and creates a large impact on Belfield. The commission felt that with the split of students going to other schools and the large area of Billings County that it wouid be a hard- ship to force all students in Billings to go to Belfield. Discussion ensued regard- ing the staffing requirements and the fact that it is not going to make it cheaper and three schools would still be funded. The school board will discuss at their next meeting and decide whether to study the consolidation. If they go ahead with study and reorgan- ization, the plan would be approved by the state and then a vote of both dis- tricts would need a majority approving the consolidation. Shane & Stacy Allen: Application for a minor subdivision for a 5 acre tract in the W1/2SW1/4 35-141-98 (2972 122nd AVE SW). Request to rezone the proposed tract from agricultural to residential. Application for a manufac- tured home and garage on proposed tract. Property is currently owned by Larry & Ruth Radebaugh. Discussion ensued regarding where on the 5 acres the house would be located. Also dis- cussed that horses are not allowed under 40 acres and no commercial truck parking is allowed on the property. The zoning board approved the appli- cation. Kessel moved to uphold the zoning board decision. Arthaud sec- onded. Arthaud and Kessel voted aye. Kasian voted nay. Motion passed. Tyler Ridl & Jerica Radenberg: Ap- plication for a minor subdivision in the $1/2NW1/4 27-141-98 (2830 123rd AVE SW). Tract will be approximately 2 acres. Request to rezone the proposed tract from agricultural to residential. A Variance has also been requested for the size of the lot because it's less than 5 acres. Application for a manufactured home on proposed tract. Property is currently owned by Kenneth & Beverly Ridl. The zoning board approved the subdivision, rezoning and variance. Kessel moved to uphold the zoning board decision. Kasian seconded. All voted aye. Branden Chruszch: Application for a conditional use permit to move a man- ufactured home to the W1/2NE1/4 29- 142-99 (13044 22nd St SW). Property is zoned agricultural and owned by Richard & Karlene Chruszch. The zon- ing board approved the conditional use permit contingent upon sewer and water application being received. Kasian moved to uphold the zoning board decision. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. Tax & Zoning Director Stacey Swan- son went over the 1975 Flood Preven- tion Ordinance Resolution. The board, received and approved the following permits with road superin- tendent conditions: ARW Permits: Joe Kessel - Section 34-142-98 along 23rd Street SW Stacey & Shane Allen - Section 35-141-98 along 122nd Ave Roughrider Electric Coop, Inc. - Sections 27 & 34-140-102 across and along East River Road Southwestern Production Corp. - Section 23-138-102 along East River Road Southwestern Production Corp. - Section 22-138-102 along East River Road Southwestern Production Corp. - Section 23-138-102 along East River Road. PIPELINE Permits: Petro-Hunt, LLC - Sections 2 & 3- 144-98 along 6th St & 122nd Ave SW for a temporary freshwater line.: Kurt Froehlich was present from NDSU Extension to discuss the family and consumer science position. Only 5 positions were approved to be filled by the legislature. Stark/Billings Extension FCS position will not be filled. Road Superintendent Jeff Iverson went over his monthly report. Justin Hyndman from KLJ was pres- ent for the monthly engineers report. At 1:00PM. the board recessed as the Billings County Commission and convened asThe Billings County Board of Equalization. Tax Director Stacey Swanson was present to discuss the valuation changes for 2017. Director Swanson gave an overview of the ap- praisal process and then went over changes in agricultural, commercial and residential values. Increases were made as needed for new construction, assessment updates, and for properties going from exempt to taxable. Agricul- tural land cropland soils increased 7% and non-cropland soils remained the same. NDSU cropland value per acre is $445.19 and noncropland value per acre is $127.41. There is a decrease in overall true and full value in commercial by 12.5MM due to Fryburg rail facility depreciation. No one appeared in protest of their individual assessment. Kessel moved to approve the tax as- sessments as presented by Tax Direc- tor Swanson. Kasian seconded. All voted aye. At 1:30, the board recessed as the Billings County Board of Equalization and convened as the Billings County Commission. Auditor Lamb presented a letter from Recorder/Clerk of Court Donna Adams announcing her retirement from the county after 30 years on August 4, 2017. Kasian moved to accept her res- ignation. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. Discussion ensued regarding the appointment to fill the position. Kasian moved to appoint Chris Johnson as Recorder/Clerk of Court effective Au- gust 5, 2017 as she has been the Deputy Clerk of Court for 17 years. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. Kessel moved to reappoint Jon Odermann, Perry Redmond and Tom Redmond to four year terms on the weed board. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. The board discussed and agreed that two suburbans could be given to the Billings County School district so that they may be used for transport ve- hicles in lieu of a request for Bankhead Jones funding. The following claims were approved for payment: PAYEE CHECK # AMOUNT Blue Cross Blue Shield of N.D. 013098 $3,114.80 N.D.P.E.R.S. 013099 $50,637.34 Acme Tools 013100 $134.38 Adams, Donna J. 013101 $402.99 Adams, James W. 013102 $500.00 Advanced Business Methods 013103 $384.29 AmeriPride Linen Service 013104 $345.15 Anchor Drilling Fluids USA, Inc. 013105 $13,020.00 AT & T Mobility 013106 $83.34 Balco Uniform Co., Inc. 013107 $600.00 Bauer Built Tire 013108 $865.84 Belfield Automotive Supply, Inc. 013109 $2,113.91 Berger, Joey 013110$171.21 Berger, Rene' 013111 $171.22 Billings County Rural Fire District 013112 $562.86 Billings County Pioneer 013113 $723.52 Billings County School District 013114 $5,728.29 Blue Cross Blue Shield of N.D. 013115 $42.70 Boespflug Trailers & Feed 013116 $3,650.00 Boots Bar & Grill 013117 $145.00 Bound Tree Medical, LLC 013118 $454.62 Brooks & Associates, C.E. 013119 $3,293.73 Cedar Fencing 013120 $12,733.01 Charbonneau Car Center 013121 $119.00 Code 4 Services, LLC 013122 $3,231.76 Comfort Inn - Bismarck 013123581.90 Crop Production Services 013124 $6,514.80 Crowell & Moring, LLP 013125 $3,887.50 D & D Sprinkler Systems 013126 $323.52 Dakota Farm Equipment, Inc. 013127 $816.15 Dakota Insurance 013128 $4,099.00 Dakota Sports 013129 $9,500.00 Dakota Sports 013130 $612.27 Dane Chemco, Inc. 01313151,108.80 Dell Marketing, LP 013132 $481.44 DF Lighting Company 0131335571.25 Dickinson Public Library 013134 $9,670.94 Enerspect Medical Solutions, LLC 013135 $1,432.55 Expressway Suites - Bismarck 013136 $163.80 Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. 013137 $107.37 Few Corners Cafe 013138 $1,289.00 General Steel and Supply Co. 013139 $61.19 George's Tire, Ltd. 013140511,446.00 Golden Valley County 013141 $8,018.68 Grosulak, Thomas N 01314251,000.00 Helena Chemical Company 013143 $5,650.80 Hlebechuk Construction, Inc. 013144 $25,277.50 HP, Inc. 013145 $1,222.76 J and J Operating, LLC 013146 $17,888.32 Johnson, Christine 013147 $171.25 Johnson, Joshua Q. 01314851,000.00 Just-In Glass 013149 $342.89 Kadrmas, Lee, & Jackson, Inc. 013150 $62,492.96 Kasian, Connie 013151 $82.10 Kasian, Michael E. 013152 $133.75 Kastrow, Jason 013153 $45.50 Kessel, Anita E 013154 $92.80 Kessel, Joey 013155 $2,126.33 Kessel, Joseph L. 013156 $231.90 Kevin's Auto & Truck Repair 013157 $631.80 Klym, Steve 013158 $66.05 Kohler Communications 013159 $460.95 Krebs Machine & Repair 013160 $2,204.92 Lamb, Marcia 013161 $200.85 Larry's Alignment 013162 $100.00 Liberty Doors, LLC 013163 $205.00 Lindbo Welding Service 013164 $145.00 Little Missouri Restaurant & Saloon 013165 $269.75 Mac's, Inc. 013166 $45.05 Mainstay Suites - Bismarck 013167 $271.00 Matthew Bender & Co., Inc. 013168 $364.31 MBI Energy Rentals, Inc. 013169 $500.00 Medora Convenience Store 013170 $104.14 Menards - Dickinson 013171 $2,355.12 MGM Rural Sanitation, LLC 013172 $220.00 Mid-Dakota Wheel Alignment 013173 $2,138.66 Midstate Telephone Company 013174 $984.59 Millie's Stitching & Crafts 013175 $36.00 Mobile Binders 013176 $854.69 Motorola Solutions 013177 $5,470.50 N.D. Association of Counties 013178 $68.89 N.D. Association of Counties 013179 $591.00 N.D. Association of Counties 013180 $7,898.14 N.D. Attorney General's Office 013181 $110.00 N.D. Cowboy Hall of Fame 013182 $200.00 N.D. Department of Transportation 013183 $10.00 N.D. Department of Transportation 013184 $10.00 ND. P.E.R.S. 013185 $4,252.88 N.D. State Treasurer 013186 $107.84 N.D.A.C.O. Resources Group, Inc. 013187 $7,736.50 NDLTAP - UGPTI 013188 $200.00 Nelson International 013189 $361.62 Newby's Ace Hardware 013190559.32 North Dakota One Call 013191 $8.00 North Dakota Safety Council 013192 $250.00 O'Brien, Tyler 013193 $325.00 Off Road Software, Inc. 013194 $695.00 Pakor, Inc. 013195 $131.79 Penguin Management, Inc. 013196 $2,268.00 Pitney Bowes Global 013197 $378.27 Postmaster 013198 $372.00 Prairie Lumber Company 013199 $1,118.25 Projects Pros, LLC 013200 $1,250.00 Pump Systems, Inc. 01320151,475.17 Putnam, Karen 013202. $51.07 Ramkota Hotel - Bismarck 013203 $91.00 RDO Trust 80-5800 01320451,783.97 Ridl, Susette 013205 $250.00 Rudy's Lock & Key 013206 $380.00 Rummel, Patrick 013207 $105.00 Runnings Supply, Inc. 0132085505.12 Sanford Health Occupational Medicine 013209 $61.00 Sanford Inpatient Pharmacy 013210 $55.00 Sax Motor Company 013211 $573.61 Service Printers 013212 $!70.00 Southwest Business Machines 013213 $1,899.72 Southwest Multi-Co. Correction Center 013214 $3,380.00 Southwest Water Authority 013215 $1,033.23 Southwest Water Authority 013216 $107.85 Southwestern District Health Unit 013217 $355.03 Stein's, Inc. 013218 $85.90 Tab Electronics 013219 $150.00 Tczap, John 013220 $50.00 Temp Right Service, Inc. 013221 $315.10 Tom's Service Center 0132225215.00 Total Safety US, Inc. 013223 $36.60 U P S Store 013224 $11.34 Verizon Wireless 013225 $2,067.30 .WaI-Mart 013226 $121.52 West Dakgta Oil, Inc. 013227 $21,236.82 WestlieCrossroadTruck Center 013228 $1,886.29 Wirtzfeld, Peter T. 013229 $940.00 Zoll Medical Corporation 013230 $1,020.00 N.D.P.E.R.S. 013234 $35,820.78 Century Link 013238 $539.88 Consolidated 013239 $52.32 DirecT',,/013240 $120.51 Discovery Benefits, Inc. 013241 $83.00 Information Technology Dept. 013243 ' $918.80 Medora, City of... 013244 $460.48 Reservation Telephone Cooperative 013245 $40.91 Roughrider Electric Cooperative 013246 $3,592.72 Verizon Wireless 013247 $30.06 Visa 013248 $4,248.74 Visa 013249 $1,999.99 The board approved the revenue vouchers for the month of May: Sheriff $0; Recorder $6,758.80; Zoning $725.00; Court $30.00. Revenues for materials and/or serv- ices rendered in May: Donovan O'Brien $876.30 scoria & hauling; Rodney Kadr- mas $72.25 snow removal; Flying & $216.50 scoria & hauling. Revenues for the month of May: Sheriff $9,430.70 permits, Sheriff $743.60 overload fees; Sheriff 24/7 pro- gram $350.00; Highway Tax Distribution. $17,976.54; Oil & Gas Production Tax $260,887.10; Interest $11,470.26; Roy- alties $26,496.59; Unorganized Oil & Gas Production Tax $41,569.48; State Oil Impact $586,881.42; Fireworks Per- mits $200.00; Maps $65.75. Payroll in the following amounts were approved for May: General Fund $138,571.25; Road and Bridge Fund $109,276.33; Weed Fund $8635.54. With there being no further busi- ness, Kasian moved to adjourn .the meeting at 2:30pm. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. James Arthaud, Chairman Attest: Marcia Lamb, Auditor/Treasurer (August 10) Billings County Commis- sion BILLINGS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ' REGULAR MEETING - JULY 5;'2017 The meeting was called to order at 9:00A.M. with Commissioners Kasian and Kessel in attendance. Chairman Arthaud was absent. Others present during portions of the meeting were: Laura Grzanic, Jason Kastrow, Denice Aaron, Patricia Ashley, Roger Ashley, Linda Weiss, Liz Ander- son. Kasian moved to approve the min- utes from the June 6, 2017 regular meeting. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. Auditor Lamb went over a letter from Sanford Air Med which outlined the de- tails of North Dakota legislation that ef- fectively discontinued the availability of contracts with Air Helicopter services due to issues with insurance companies and private payer's. The contract that the county is in that covers all residents and employees of Billings County will terminate Oct. 31, 2017. After discussion regarding the leg- islative requirement that assesses a fee of not more than $25.00 on all crimes which have imprisonment as a possible consequence, Kasian moved to ap- prove Resolution 2017-13 which reads as below. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. RESOLUTION 2017- 13 A RESOLUTION FOR IMPOSITION OF VICTIM FEES IN ALL LAW VIOLA- TIONS THAT HAVEIMPRISONMENT 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 (SAVlN); 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 Billings; is hereby passed this 5th day of July, 2017, a resolution re- questing the district court judges to im- pose such a victim fee on all crimes where imprisonment is a possibility and regardless of whether imprisonment is imposed or not, to be collected and dis- tributed to the county to be used for vic- tim service's improvements. Joseph Kessel, Vice-Chairman AI-rEST: Marcia Lamb Billings County Auditor Auditor Lamb presented a letter from the Governor's office regarding the re-' instatement of the Little Missouri River Commission. The first meeting of the commission will be sometime in August. The appointment must be someone who lives adjacent to the Little Missouri River. Kessel moved to appoint Dudley Stuber to the commission and H. Patrick Weir as proxy. Kasian sec- onded. All voted aye. Laura Grzanic was present and re- quested information regarding Meridian refinery and the roads in the area sur- rounding. The commission requested that she come back when the commis- sioner from that district and the Road Superintendent were present to answer questions. Attorney H. Patrick Weir was pres- ent and went over the ruling by Federal Judge Daniel Hovland who dismissed the Quiet Title Lawsuit that Billings County has been involved in. The ruling was made solely on the question of the statute of limitations not being met by the state and counties. The merits of the case were not ruled on. There is poten- tial to appeal to the 8th Circuit. The board received and approved the following permit with road superin- tendent conditions: PIPELINE Permits: Dale Baranko - Section 33,34,35- 143-99 and Section 3-142-99 for a water pipeline. The board reviewed salaries and the cost of living calculations. After discus- sion, Kasian moved to approve 2% of individual salaries instead of the across the board dollar amount that has been done in the past. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. At 11:00 A.M. the gravelcrushing bid opening was held. One bid was re- ceived in the' amount of $194,140.00 by Fisher Sand & Gravel. As States Attor- ney Brovold was unavailable, Auditor Lamb opened the bid. Kasian moved to accept Fisher's bid contingent upon States Attorney Brovold approving the bid documents and the engineer check- ing mathematical accuracy. Kessel sec- onded. All voted aye. Justin Hyndman from KLJ was pres- ent for the monthly engineers report. The following claims were approved for payment: PAYEE CHECK # AMOLINT Blue Cross Blue Shield of N.D. 013250 $3,302.30 N.D.P.E.R.S. 013251 $55,541.36 ABC Fencing, LLC 013252 $1,465.00 Adams, Donna J'. 013253 $516.30 AmeriPride Linen Service 013254 $345.15 Anchor Drilling Fluids USA, Inc. 013255 $44,100.00 Applied Concepts, Inc. 013256 $2,582.50 A T & T Mobility 013257 $83.04 Attic Sportman's Loft 013258 $3,225.00 Balco Uniform Co., Inc. 013259 $205.50 Bauer Built Tire 013260 $166.69 Belfield Automotive Supply, Inc. 013261 $840.11 Billings County Rural Fire District 013262 $2,671.50 Billings County Pioneer 013263 $910.84 Billings County School District 013264 $350,000.00 Billings County School District 013265 $30,329.46 Bob's Oilfield Service, Inc. 013266 $127.50 Bound TreeMedical, LLC,: ........ 013267 ..... ', $3,835.60 Braun Distributing, Inc. 013268 $137.60 Brooks & Associates, C.E. 013269 $2,650.30 Brovold, Jay V. 013270 $710.00 Budd-Falen Law Offices, PC 013271 $2,962.50 Burly's Roughrider Bar & Steakhouse 013272 $350.00 Butler Machinery Co. 013273 $2,437.89 Cedar Fencing 013274 $9,133.37 Comfort Inn - Bismarck 013275581.90 Creative Energy 013276 $3,522.04 Crop Production Services 013277 $4,054.00 Crowell & Moring, LLP 013278 $i 2,881.58 D & K Services, LLC 013279 $415.40 Dacotah Paper Co. 013280 $153.27 Dakota Farm Equipment, Inc. 013281 $2,374.02 Dakota Fence Company, Inc. 013282 $2,610.00 Dakota Insurance 013283 $50.00 Dakota Insurance 013284 $56.00 Dakota Sports 013285 $164.29 Darby's Welding & Machine, Inc. 013286 $350.76 Deans Distributing 013287 $2,238.30 Deere Credit, Inc. 013288 $11,512.50 DF Lighting Company 0132895202.02 Diamond Truck Equipment 013290 $135.50 Dickinson Tire, Inc. 013291. $606.26 EMS Technology Solutions, LLC 013292 $6,564.00 Farmers Union Oil Co. - Beach 013293 $123.00 Farmhouse Cafe 013294 $604.00 Fastenal Company 013295 $111.34 Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. 013296 $34.97 Fisher Industries 013297 VOID $408,122.76 Four Corners Cafe 013298 $237.50 Gall's, Inc. 013299 $346.62 General Steel and Supply Co. 013300 $16.52 George's Tire, Ltd. 013301 $8,347.00 Golden Valley County 013302 $11,249.47 Hartman, Connie M. 013303 $186.56 Helena Chemical Company 013304 $5,686.65 Hlebechuk Construction, Inc. 013305 $290.00 HP, Inc. 013306 $187.11 J P Steel & Supply, Inc. 013307 $355.60 ' Jamestown Communications, Inc. 013308 $117.93 Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC 013309 $231.00 Just-In Glass 013310 $185.00 Kadrmas, Lee, & Jackson, Inc. 013311 $11,331.86 Kasian, Michael E. 013312 $83.46 Kessel, Joey 013313 $2,388.00 Kessel, Joseph L. 013314 $148.73 King Speed Printing 013315 $465.00 Knudtson-Simnioniw Mineral Trust 013316 $3,000.00 Kohler Communications 013317 $76.00 Lamb, Marcia 013318 $357.16 Logo Magic 013319 $960.00 Lyle Signs, Inc. 013320 $2,472.63 Malkowski Trucking 013321 $2,500.00 Medora, City of... 013322 $1,693.51 Menards - Dickinson 0133235698.88 MGM Rural Sanitation, LLC 013324 $220.00 Mid-American Research Chemical 013325 $199.71 Midstate Telephone Company 013326 $1,519.83 Motorola Solutions 013327523,929.00 N.D.A.A.O. 013328 $210.00 N.D. Association of Counties 013329 $42.95 N.D. Association of Counties 013330 $315.00 N.D. Attorney General's Office 013331 $150.00 N.D. Cowboy Hall of Fame 013332 $200.00 N.D. Insurance Department 013333 $100.00 N.D. Insurance Department 013334 $7,720.13 N.D. Parks & Recreation Department 013335 $540.00 N.D. Peace Officers Association 013336 $480.00 N.D.P.E.R.S. 013337 $4,628.04 N.D. Secretary of State 013338536.00 N.D. State Radio Communications 013339 $1,585.20 N.D. State Tax Commissioner 013340 $210.20 N.D. State Treasurer 013341 $589.16 N.D.A.C.O. Resources Group, Inc. 013342 ' $3,397.88 NDLTAP - UGPTI 013343 $175.00 Nelson International 013344 $628.70 Newby's Ace Hardware 013345 $366.49 North Dakota Safety Council 013346 $423.00 Off Road Software, Inc. 013347 $695.00 Parkway Ford Lincoln Mercury 013348 $937.74 Pitney Bowes 013349 $209.06 Pitney Bowes Reserve Account 013350 $2,400.00 Pump Systems, Inc. 013351 $460.27 Quality Quick Print 013352 $295.00 RDO Trust 80-5800 013353 $163.76 Rockmount Research & Alloys 013354 $188.79 Rummel, Patrick 013355 $165.65 Runnings Supply, Inc. 0133565351.84 Sanford Inpatient Pharmacy 013357 $52.00 Service Printers 013358 $356.60 Sherwin-Williams Co. 0133595130.68 Southwest Business Machines 013360 $590.03 Southwest Multi-Co. Correction Center 013361 $380.00 Southwest Water Authority 013362 $1,487.41 Southwest Water Authority 013363 $592.26 Southwestern District Health Unit 013364 $1,936.51 Stein's, Inc. 013365 $372.39 Swanson, Stacey 013366 $70.00 Tachenko, Terry D. & Terri L. 013367 $1,500.00 Thos. Y. Pickett & Co., Inc. 013368 $3,000.00 Tom's Service Center 0133695139.40 Total Safety US, Inc. 013370 $365.00 True North Steel 013371 $35,202.78 Tyler Technologies, Inc. 013372 $7,357.86 U P S Store 013373 ...... $15.83 Verizon Wireless 013374 ! $2,571.64 Viking Glass 013375 $126.68 WaI-Mart 013376 $638.33 West Dakota Oil, Inc. 013377 $23,226.94 Westlie Crossroad Truck Center 013378 $695.15 Fisher Industries 0133795300,890.48 Job Service North Dakota 013382 $5,185.21 N.D.P.E.R.S. 013384 $35,484.46 Century Link 013389 $547.74 Consolidated 013390 $52.22 DirecTV 013391 $148.51 Discovery Benefits, Inc. 013392583.00 Information Technology Dept. 013393 $693.10 Medora, City of... 013394 $453.75 Reservation Telephone Cooperative 013395 $41.17 Roughrider Electric Cooperative 013396 $3,793.31 Verizon Wireless 013397 $30.06 Visa 013398 $3,977.29 Visa 013399 $488.68 The board approved the revenue vouchers for the month of June: Sheriff $170.00; Recorder $13,691.96; Zoning $4,662.26; Court $33.00. Revenues for materials and/or serv- ices rendered in June: Russ Kling $216.50 scoria & hauling; Dale Baranko $232.25 scoria & hauling; Ken Obrige- witch $348.80 gravel & hauling; Cody & Janell Tachenko $372.00 gravel & haul- ing; City of Medora $25,000.00 truck; WEED SPRAYING Medora Grazing As- sociation $243.40. Revenues for the month of June: Sheriff $57,423.75 permits, Sheriff $16,608.00 overload fees; Sheriff 24/7 program $1.00; Highway Tax Distribu- tion $12,539.79; Oil & Gas Production Tax $316,851.01 ; Interest $20,416.89; Royalties $25,327.65; Unorganized Oil & Gas Production Tax $48,027.50; State Oil Impact $1,339.61; Per- mits/Maps etc. $193.68; Department of the Interior PILT $121,796.00; BLM Royalty $85,286.57; State Tax Credit reimbursement $76,926.40. Payroll in the following amounts were approved for June: General Fund $149,286.13; Road and Bridge Fund $117,111.80; Weed Fund $43,382.56. With there being, no further busi- ness, Kasian moved to adjourn the meeting at 2:30pm. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. Joseph Kessel, Vice-Chairman Attest: Marcia Lamb, Auditor/Treasurer (August 10) "