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Page 6 August 13, 2009 [e l Request REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NORTH DAKOTA HIGHWAY PATROL REQUESTS PROPOSALS FOR the purpose of acquiring technical assistance in determining the best alternative to move forward with CVlSN Core Deployment to include CVIEW and E- Screening. The ultimate goal of North Dakota is the implementation of an automated permitting and routing sys- tem. Sealed proposals will be received by the North Dakota Highway Patrol -(NDHP) in the NDHP Conference Room on the Capitol Grounds in Bismarck, ND, until 2:00 pm. CST, on Thursday, September 17, 2009, at which time and place they wilt be opened. Proposals will not be pub- licly read, Proposals shall be sealed and endorsed "Sealed Proposal for CVISN Core Deployment". Late pro- posals will be returned unopened. Proposals which do not fully comply with the requirements of the RFP will not be considered. Copies of the RFP may be obtained from the following website: www.nd.gov/spo/vendor/registry/forms /bidlistvendor/index.html or contact: DeAnn Steckler, Procurement Coordinator, North Dakota Highway Patrol, 600 E Blvd - Dept. 504, Bismarck, ND 58505-0240; email dsteckle@nd.gov; phone 70t-328- 2457; fax 701-328-1717. (August 6 and 13) Notice Any education stabilization fund dollars which may be received by the Billings County School District as a result of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 must be ,used first to restore funding deficien- cies in the 2009-10 school year when compared to the 2005-06 school year, and that any additional dollars received under the ARRA of 2009 must be used for one-time nonrecur- ring expenditures because this state is not responsible for replacing that level of funding during the 20tt-13 bienni- um. Currently, no ARRA funds are anticipated for Billings County School District. (August 6 and 13) Billings County Commissioners BILLINGS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS REGULAR MEETING - JULY 7, 2009 The meeting was called to order at 9:00 A.M. with Commissioners Kasian and Thompson in attendance. Commissioner Arthaud was absent. Thompson moved to approve the minutes from the June 2, 2009 regular meeting. Kasian seconded. Others present during portions of the meeting were: Steve Dorval, He&rtlar~d Engineeringl Lynn Arthaud; Pat Rummel; D~ve Jurgens; Larry Johnson; Tim Kelly, Kadrmas Lee & Jackson; Stark/Billings County Agent Kurt Froehlich; Samantha Roth; Jerry MaYer, Sunrise Youth Bureau; Senator Rich Wardner; Jay Brovold Steve Dorval with Heartland Engineering gave the board an update on the Blacktail Road project. The board reviewed the quarterly investment and pledge report. The following permits were received and approved: Construction in County Right-of- Way Permit:. Scott Burian - Sections 23, Township 144, Range 98 Temporary Use Permit:. Karen Putnam - Temporary graz- ing Of one horse around residence to rid the area of old grass that may be a fire hazard. Kasian moved to approve the permit. Thompson seconded. Larry Johnson, courthouse custo- dian, met with the board to inquire about replacing the lawn tractor. The current one is 13 years old and in need of more repairs than. it's worth. The push mower needs to be replaced also. The board told Larry to get some quotes on what it would cost to replace or trade those items and bring the quotes to the August meeting. Pat Rummel, Emergency Manager, met discussed the county multi-hazard mitigation plan. Each county needs to have one in place under the new FEMA guidelines to.be able to apply for federal multi-hazard mitigation funding. It's up to each county whether they want to do the plan themselves or hire a contractor to develop the plan. There is a possibility that one plan can be developed for all the Southwest counties: FEMA has grants available to help pay for the development of the plan. Thompson moved to pursue join- ing the other Southwest counties in developing a multi-jurisdiction plan. Kasian seconded. Pat informed the board that NRCS will do the 404 permits for the flooding issues at no cost to the county. The board previously indicated that they would like KLJ to do the permits, before learning that NRCS does them. Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation requested and received a siren from the State Emergency Management office for use at the Bully Pulpit Golf Course in cases of threat- ening weather. They are asking if the county would pay for wiring the siren. It's the opinion of the State's Attorney that the county cannot legally expend county funds for this purpose. The consensus of the board was to uphold the opinion of the State's Attorney. Stark/Billings County Agent Kurt Froehlich introduced Samantha Roth. Samantha is employed in the Family Consumer Science division, and is fill- ing the position vacated with the retire- ment of Sharon Kickertz-Gerbig. Jerry Mayer and Senator Rich Wardner met with the board on behalf of the Sunrise Youth Bureau. They expressed their appreciation of the county support of the program and gave the board a brief overview of the bureau's activities. Tim Kelly with Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson Engineering met with the board for the monthly engineer's report. The monthly bills were dis- cussed and Tim explained the process of how they determine contract amounts. Auditor Jurgens requested that those amounts be discussed with the County Commissioner in the dis- trict the project takes place, and also let the Auditor's Office know what the contract amount is. Tim will provide some sample ways they can submit their invoices and wecan see which will work for county accounting pur- poses. 12 noon - 1:00 P.M. The board recessed for lunch. State's Attorney Brovold reviewed, the contract for repair on the O'Brien bridge and found it in order. Thompson moved to accept the con- tract. Kasian seconded. The board approved the revenue vouchers for the month of June: County Recorder $2,385.50 June col- lections; Clerk of Court $263.00 coun- ty fees and $2,531.00 state fees; Sheriff $706.17 grant reimbursement; Zoning Inspector $225.00 permits. Revenues for materials and/or services rendered in June: misc.map sales $41.94; Allan Thompson $75.25 laminated maps; Joe Kessel $65.50 dental insurance premium; Roy Krivoruchka $280.94 weed spraying; Stoppleworth & Sons $168.00; Hallie Lavelle $71.50; Romanyshyn Trucking $480.00 used culvert Revenues for the month of June: Homeland Security Grant $8,807.41; BLM Minerals $95,486.28; PILT $102,044.00; Tier II Haz Mat payment $2,775.00; Highway Tax Distribution $4,501.68; Oil & Gas Production Tax $60,619.45; Permits $3,530.00; Royalties $35,710.24; Interest $73,636.06 The following claims were approved for payment: Acme Electric Toot Crib Shop Tools 95372 268.45 Adams, Donna Recorder - Convention 95373 479.50 Airon Col'poration Paramedic Equipment 95374 159.43 Alternative Sanitation Haul Waste 95375 141.00 AmeriPride Linen Service Mat Rentals 95376 42.85 Arthuad, Lynn Tax Director - Travel 95377 172.50 Atlas Windshield Repair S.C. - Windshield Repairs 95378 60.00 Badlands Diesel Service, Inc. Parts & Repairs 95379 3,887.37 Baranko Brothers, Inc. Blade Roads 95380 15,881.00 Billings County Auditor Membership Dues 95381 100.00 Billings County Rural Fire District Taxes 95382 324.39 Billings County Pioneer Publishing 95383 364.17 Billings County School District Shop Rent 95384 300,00 Billings County School District Taxes 95385 51,123.35 Billings County Sheriff Travel Expenses 95386 125.06 Beach Veterinary Clinic S.C. - Boarding 95387 232.00 Beall Corporation Parts & Supplies 95388 54.00 Belfield Automotive Supply, Inc. Pa~ts & Supplies 95389 1 ,o87.62 Blue Cross Blue Shield of N.D. Dental & Vision Premiums 95390 2,128.70 Bob's Oilfield Service, Inc. Road Repairs 95391 2,354.50 Boltz Construction Blade Roads 95392 7,292.00 Bosch Lumber Company Supplies 95393. 195.82 Braun Distributing, Inc. S.C. - Supplies 95394 59.00 Brooks & Associates, C. E. Land Use Plan - Travel Mgmt. 95395 158.99 Brovold, Jay V. States Attorney - Travel 95396 594.85 Buckman Plumbing & Heating Southwest Water Hook-up 95397 60,00 Bomstad Estate, Burnette O. Recorder - Recording Sheets 95398 267.33 Butler Machinery Company, Inc. Parts & Supplies 95399 416.24 Cass County Treasurer Document Preservation Fund 95400 98.00 Cellular Communications Cellular Equipment 95401 16.95 Challenger Industries, Inc. Parts & Supplies 95402 475.20 Channing Bete Company. Paramedic Equipment 95403 1,288.48 Coca-Cola Bottling Company Soda Pop 95404 76.97 Comfort Inn - Bismarck 911 Meeting - Travel 95405 110.00 Comfort Suites - Bismarck Emergency Mgmt. - Travel 95406 110.00 Custom Design S.C. - Uniforms 95407 116.00 Dakota Ag Seeds, Inc. Chemical 95408 14,632.68 Dakota Farm Equipment, Inc. J.D. Tractor Rental, etc. 95409 3,390.90 Dakota Insurance Property Insurance 95410 426.00 Dakota Signwerks Museum Sign 95411 1,465.10 Dakota Water Treatment Water System 95412 25.00 Dallmann Services Company Railway - Lines 95413 41t.00 Dan's Interstate Conoco S. O. - Gas 95414 555.80 Decker, Ted John Deere Drill 95415 1,500.00 Deibert, Haley Pesticide Training 95416 80.00 DF Lighting Company Shop Supplies 95417 1,511.50 Dickinson, City of... "fire Disposal 95418 44.00 Dickinson Public Library Library Services 95419 3,510.54 Elkhorn Cafe Emergency Mgmt. Meetings 95420 149.29 Emergency Medical Products, Inc. Paramedic & Ambulance Supplies 95421 2,115.09 Environmental Dust Control Dust Control 95422 48,644.14 ESP Computers & Software Anti-Virus Renewal 95423 1,000.00 Farmers Union Oil Company Diesel, Gas, & Shop Supplies 95424 3,824.54 Fisher Industries Sand 95425 230.77 Frontier Precision, Inc. Parts & Supplies 95426 577.90 General Equipment & Supplies Terex Repairs 95427 6,166.23 Golden Valley County Social Service 95428 5,599.38 Great Plains Directory Service Billings County Plat Books 95429 100.80 Heartland Engineering Blacktail Road 95430 5,169.29 Hlebechuk Construction, Inc. Blade Roads 95431 82,911.50 Institute of LoCal Government ILG Class Fees 95432 300.00 Interstate Power Systems, Inc. Generator Contract 95433 1,146.00 Johnston Fargo Culvert, Inc. Culverts 95434 9,824.74 JP Steel & Supply Iron Supplies 95435 1,939.12 Jurgens, Joan Auditor - Travel 95436 203.50 Kadrmas, Lee, & Jackson, Inc. Engineering Services 95437 21,577.58 Kadrmas, Connie M. Deputy Auditor- Payroll Conference 95438 159.50 Kasian, Mike Commissioner - Mileage 95439 271,00 Kevin's Auto & Truck Repair S.C. - Parts & Repairs 95440 900.27 Krebs Machine & Repair Steel Supplies 95441 45.00 Mid-American Research Chemical Courthouse - Maintenance Supplies 95442 167.13 Matthew Bender & Company, Inc. Century Code Updates & Subscription 95443 484.94 Midstate Telephone Company 911 Changes 95444 6.00 Midstate Telephone Company. Museum - Telephone 95445 31.32 Midstate Telephone Company Courthouse - Telephone Service 95446 938.20 Midstate Communications Supt. of Schools - Telephone 95447 40.00 Midwest Doors, Inc. Ambulance - Remote 95448 89.95 Mobile Binders Recorder - Binders 95449 342.18 Missouri Valley Petroleum, Inc. Gas, Oil, & Diesel Fuel 95450 28,943.37 Napa Quality Auto Parts Parts & Supplies 95451 75.20 N.D. Association of Counties 911 Taxes 95452 200.64 N.D. Association of Counties D & A Testing 95453 100.00 N.D. Cowboy Hall of Fame Meeting Room Maintenance 95454 200100 Prepare for the Fair/ The Golden Valley News is considering publishing the schedule for the Golden Valley County Fair in an upcoming edition. Potential page sponsors for this and for the 4-H exhibitors' photos after the Fair will be needed to make these pages possible. We may not be able to reach every potential sponsor or advertiser, so please feel free to give us a call. Deadline is noon on Friday, Aug. 14. (701) 872-3755 N.D. Department of Transportation Road Oil 95455 1,568.70 N.D. Insurance Department Tank Registration 95456 '700.00 N.D. Peace Officers Association S.C. - Conference Fees 95457 420.00 N.D.P.E.R.S. Health Insurance Premium 95458 27,905.45 N.D. Fire & Tornado Fund Property Insurance 95459 8,855.40 N.D. State Radio Communications 911 Service & S.C. - T-1 Line 95460 724.80 N.D. State Treasurer Clerk of Court Fees 95461 2,563.28 N.D. Assoc. of Co. Superintendents Supt. Of Schools - Conference Fees 95462 45.00 Never Enough Thyme Courthouse - Maintenance Supplies 95463 167.51 Newby's Ace Hardware Courthouse - Maintenance Supplies 95464 65.45 Northern Improvement Co., Inc. Omega Mix 95465 568.75 O'Brien Welding Parts & Repairs 95466 275.35 Off Road Software, Inc. GIS Software 95467 1,400.00 OK Tire Stores Tires 95468 224.33 Parkway Ford Lincoln Mercury Parts & Repairs 95469 1,246.92 Performance Truck Center Parts & Repairs 95470 268.98 Pitney Bowes Reserve Account Replenish Postage Meter 95471 1,200.00 Postmaster P.O. Box Rentals 95472 352.00 Prairie Lumber Company Construction Materials 95473 9,741.86 Probuild Shop Supplies 95474 122.83 Professional Printing S.C. - Printing 95475 140.00 Public Safety Center, Inc. D.E.M - Supplies 95476 76.65 Pump Systems, Inc. Parts & Supplies 95477 983.58 Queen City Upholstery Museum - Remodeling 95478 396.63 Ramada Inn - Grand Forks Recorder - Convention 95479 110.00 Ray's Auto Electric, Inc. Parts & Supplies 95480 299.85 RDO Equipment Company Parts & Supplies 95481 2,387.80 RDO Trust 80-5800 J.D. CX-15 Mower 95482 10,850.00 Redman Corporation Parts & Supplies 95483 66.00 Respond Systems Shop Supplies 95484 125.14 Richard, Allan Courthouse , - Landscaping 95485 6,47&00 Roughrider Electric Cooperative Electricity 95486 1,95&00 Rummel Auto Wrecking Ambulance - Supplies 95487 27.65 Rummel, Patrick D.E.M. - Travel 95488 335.00 Runnings Supply, Inc: Parts & Supplies 95489 440.21 Southwest Business Machines Office Supplies 95490 520.71 Schmidt Repair, Inc. Parts & Repairs 95491 5,979.78 Seven Seas - Mandan Clerk of Court - Convention 95492 110.00 South Heart Auto Service Parts & Repairs 95493 1,493.77 Share Corporation Courthouse - Maintenance Supplies 95494 265.96 Sherwin - Williams Paint Supplies 95495 , 196.26 Smart Computers & Consulting Software 95496 626.93 Snyder Repair & Service. Tires 95497 367.11 St. Joseph's Hospital S.C. -Testing 95498 89.00 St. Joseph's Hospital Ambulance - Supplies 95499 81.39 Stein's, Inc. Courthouse- Office Supplies 95500 906.33 Superior Fenders, Inc. Parts & Supplies 95501 1,275.00 Southwestern District Health Unit Taxes 95502 98.85 Southwest Multi-Co. Correction Ctr. Prisoner Care 95503 720.00 Southwest Water Authority Taxes 95504 32.28 Southwest Water Authority Southwest Water Hook-up 95505 106.45 Southwest Water Authority Water Usage 95506 826.22 Southwest Wireless. Cellular Equipment 95507 419.97 Thompson, Allan T. Commissioner- Mileage 95508 251.50 Toshiba Business Solutions Copier Contract 95509 512.45 Verizon Wireless Cellular Service 95510 176.12 Vievu S.O. - Video Equipment 95511 2,016.14 Volesky Construction Building Construction 95512 12,131.63 WaI-Mart Courthouse - Maintenance Supplies 95513 496.12 Wanner Western Wear S.O. - Uniforms 95514 154.99 Western Fire & Safety, Inc. Safety Supplies 95515 444.05 Westlie Truck Center Parts & Supplies 95516 1,286.04 Wolf, Rod & Mony Courthouse - Remodeling 95517 825.00 Zoll Medical Corporation Paramedic Equipment 90518 487.20 AIItel Cellular Service 95572 412.82 American Family Life Assurance Premium 95573 674.82 Consolidated lntemet Service 95574 240.45 Discovery Benefits, Inc. Administrative Fees 95575 85.00 Discovery Benefits, Inc. Premium 95576 1,918.35 Information Technology Dept. S.O. - T-1 Line 95577 416.60 Job Service North Dakota Unemployment Taxes ...... 95578 727.43 Medora, City of... Courthouse - Utilities 95579 222.35 N.D. Department of Transportation License Fees 95580 5.0O N.D. Game & Fish Department Game Licenses 95581 561.00 N.D.P.E.R.S. Deferred Comp. Premium 95582 4,039.00 N.D.P.E.R.S. Life Insurance Correction 95583 19.87 N.D.P.E.R.S Retirement 95584 10572.83 N.D. State Tax Commissioner State Withholding Taxes 95585 6693.21 N.D. Teachers Fund Retirement 95586 208.70 Prudential Deferred Compl Premium 95587 50.00 Qwest Telephone Service All cities, schools and counties in North Dakota are required to publish the minutes of their meetings in the newspaper. It is fundamental to informing citizens, about what their elected officials are doing. It also helps minimize rumors and misconceptions about local public entities. In short, it's good government. Yet, there are continuing legislative threats to diminish or eliminate this important information. What can you do? Tell your legislators you support the publication of government public notices. Go a NEws This message provided by this newspaper and North Dakota Newspaper AssociatiorL 95588 302.08 Reservation Telephone Cooperative Telephone Service 95589 48.39 Visa Computer/Paramedic Equipment 95590 1,154.20 Payroll in the following amounts were approved for May: General Fund $63,285.87; Road and Bridge Fund $64,598.61 ; Weed Fund $39,776.40 With there being no further business, Kasian moved to adjourn the meeting 4:30 P.M. Thompson seconded. Michael E. Kasian, Chairman Attest: Joan Jurgens, AuditorFl'reasurer (August 13) Auction Notice The following items (obsolete or no longer of use) wilt be offered for sale on Thursday, August 20, 2009, at 5:00 p.m. at the west end of the high school. Make an offer as in a silent auction and at 5:30 p.m. if more than one party is interested the highest offer will be sold the item(s). More items may be added or some eliminat- ed if the district finds another use for them. 3 - Miller Dial-ARC AC/DC Welders (12-15 years old) 1 - Broadhead-Garrett jointer (30+years old) 1 - Ten Inch Rockwell Table Saw (30 years old) 1 - Parts Sandblaster 1 - Gestener 5230 Paper Copier 1 - Power Eagle 1000 Carpet Extractor 2 - Fax Machines 6 - White Computer Carts 1 - Computer Cart Brown (Old) 1 - Laminating machine 4 - Desks with one compartment 1 - Flat cart (old) 14 - Adult Chairs - padded 8 - Adult Chairs - padded & wheels Most if not all equipment is still functional and can be seen at the high school. Contact Larry Hetvik, Supt. (872- 4161) if interested in viewing the items. (August 13) (ng j n Stockwell- Nguwa Leonard Stockwell, Beach, and Cindi Stockwell, Beulah, announce the engagement of their daughter, Chelsea Stockwell, to Shida Nguwa, son of Kadzo Ngao, Mombassa, Kenya, Africa. Stockwell is employed with Knife River Care Center and 'the Grandview in Beulah. Nguwa is employed with World Star International. A wedding date was set for Aug. 11,2009, in Medora. ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT, AMENDAND REPEAL ADMINISTRATIVE RUI I=S relating toAmend sections or adopt new sections in chapters: 67-09-01 - Approval for School Construction Estimated to Cost More Than Twenty- five Thousand Dollars; 67-10-01 - School Construction Loan Application and Loan Approval; 67-11-04 - North Dakota Library Media Credential; 67-11- 05- School Counselor Credentials; 67- 16-01 -Alternative Education Program; 67-19-01 - Accreditation: Procedures, Standards, and Criteria; 67-20-01 - Summer High School Programs; 67-24- 01 - Summer Remedial Elementary School Programs. Repeal chapter 67- 11-01 - Driver Education Instructor's Credential. Superintendent of. Public Instruction will hold a public hearing to address proposed changes to the N.D. Admin. Code. state capri Roosevelt park Room 600 E. Boulevard Ave. Bismarck, ND Tues., Sept 8, 2009 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (or un#l no further testimony is offered, whichever occurs A copy of the proposed rules may bE obtained on the web at: www.dpi.state.nd.us/resource/rules/ proposed/index.shtml or by writing the Department of Public Instruction, 600 E. Boulevard Ave., Dept. 201, Bismarck, ND 58505-0440, or by calling (701) 328- 2260. Written comments on the rules may be submitted to the Superintendent's Office at the same address on or before September 18, 2009. If you plan to attend the public hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the Department of Public Instruction at the above phone number or address at least three working days prior to the public hearing. /s/Wayne G Sanmad Dated this 3~1 day ofAl~ust 2009. Dr. Wayne G Sanst~l State Superintendent of Public Insblx;aon