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Page 4 Golden Valley News September 14, 2017 Notice PILT money received to the County for $917,235.47 and Commissioner Tescher seconded. Motion carried. SINGLE-SPAN STEEL THROUGH Commissioner Tescher made a TRUSS BRIDGE AVAILABLE FOR motion to appoint Gene Allen to the Lit- ADOPTION tie Missouri River Commission and GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, ND Commissioner Dietz seconded. Motion carried. Golden Valley County, in coopera- Discussion on the 2018 budget tion with the North Dakota Department preparations will be discussed later on of Transportation and Federal Highway in the day per the amended agenda. Administration, is planning the replace- Commissioner Dietz made a mo- ment of Bridge No. 17-104-11.0. The tion to pay $130/year per 9 Unorgan- bridge is a single-span steel through ized Townships dues to the ND truss bridge that was constructed in Township Officers Association and 1910 and reconstructed in 1947. It is Commissioner Maus seconded. Motion approximately 60 feet long and 15.7 carried. feet wide and spans Beaver Creek. The Discussion was held on the up- bridge is located along Gorrell Lane ap- coming NDACo Conference held Octo- proximately seventeen miles north and ber 8-10. Commissioner Maus made a one mile east of Beach, North Dakota. motion to appoint County Auditor, The State Historic Preservation Of- Tamra Sperry as the County Delegate rice has recommended the bridge as el- and Commissioner Dietz seconded. igible for listing on the National Register Motion carried. of Historic Places. This means that prior No States Attorney update was to construction of a structure at this site, available as States Attorney, Christina the County must make the bridge avail- Wenko was at a pre-trial for the County able to any responsible state, local or in Dickinson. private agency willing to take over, re- Commissioner Dietz made a mo- locate and preserve this bridge at a new tion to sign a letter to Wosepka CPA to location, complete the 2016 audit and Commis- Any organization willing to "adopt" sioner Maus seconded. Motion carried. the old bridge would have to agree to Eileen Goodijohn and AI Muckle with maintain the bridge and assume all fu- the Ambulance met with the Board to ture legal and financial responsibility, discuss a property survey in order to This existing structure is in use now and move forward with an overhang project would need to be relocated after con- on the Ambulance Building that would struction of a new structure, which is cross over into the County's property. scheduled to occur during the 2019 Discussion was held on a lease for the construction season, property. Commissioner Dietz made a Any interested groups should re- motion to lease the property involved to spond by September 21, 2017 to An- the Ambulance for 99 years at no cost drew Krebs, Project Manager; KLJ; and Commissioner Maus seconded. (701) 456-3174; andrew.krebs@kl- Motion carried. The County Auditor,; PC Box 290; Dickinson, ND Tamra Sperry will ask the States Attor- 58602. ney to produce a lease. Discussion (September 7 and 14) was held on SB2261 on Air Ambulance Services. Discussion was held on dust control. Meeting Notice Discussion was held on the 60-40 cost split on dust control with the County and BUDGET MEETING NOTICE the individual that would request it. Dis- cussion was held to make a partial pay- ment to Nell Construction for the work There will be a special meeting held completed on the VanDaele Road. It on Tuesday, September 19, 2017. The purpose of this special meeting is to dis- was agreed that should have been de- termined at the time of opening bids. cuss the grave! pile at Clarence Finne- Scott Lund with the Weed Depart- man's pit and to review the proposed 2018 budgets. The meeting shall be ment met with the Board to update he d P them on the weed control program. County Courthouse. (September 14) year. The Board expressed their ap- preciation to Lund for stepping up and running the program for the remainder Notice of the Season. Maurice Hardy, Social Service Di- rector met with the Board. Hardy pre- BUDGET NOTICE sented the Board his preliminary Social Service budget for 2018. Discussion The City of Medora's preliminary was held on howthings are going being budget is available for examination in short 2 social workers. Discussion was the office of the City Auditor.held on the State taking over the ex- The City Council shall meet on Sep- penses. Discussion was held on the tember 21, 2017 at 7:00 PM, in the revenues for the department. Roosevelt Room at the Medora Com- Tax Director, Henry Gerving met munity Center to adopt the budget for with the Board. The Mayor of Beach, the year ending 2018. Walter Losinski brought to Gerving's at- (September 14) tention that the City of Beach may un- dertake the task of having the City Golden Valley County Re-valuated sometime in the near fu- ture. Gerving encourages the County Commission to support this as long as the Company or the individual doing the Re-valuation meets ND Century Code requirements BOARD OF COUNTY for qualification and provided there is no COMMISSIONERS additional cost or requirements to the MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS County. Gerving is also getting an esti- August 1, 2017 9:00 A.M. mate to convert GVC soils values to NRCS values. Chairman Troy Tescher called the Commissioner Maus made a motion meeting to order. Commissioners Don- to accept the following recommenda- aid Maus and Dennis Dietz along with tions from the Zoning Boards approval: Gene Hamilton were present. Foundation Energy Management, LLC Commissioner Dietz made a motion request a road approach permit for ALL to amend the agenda as follows: 12:00 (Less R/W) SEC 31-141-103 Parcel lunch, 1:00 continue with Road Fore- #10-0-02694500; Foundation Energy man, 1:30 discuss budgets for 2018 Management, LLC requii'es a road ap- and Commissioner Maus seconded,proach permit for SE1/4NW1/4 SEC 9- Motion carried. 140-104 Parcel #8-0-01887500; and Commissioner Tescher made a mo-Schieffer, Jeff & Audrey's request a vari- tion to approve the July regular meet- ance to within 3' of a section line in ing minutes and Commissioner Dietz SE1/4 SEC 33-142-104 Parcel #14-0- seconded. Motion carried. 03335000 and Commissioner Dietz Commissioner Maus made a motionseconded. Motion carried. to approve the prepaid and current VSO, Henry Gerving ensured the vouchers for payment and Commis- current space in the County building for sioner Dietz seconded. Motion carried, the VSO van be available for 2018. It Current businessbroughtbeforethe was agreed to allow a space for Board: $70/month for the van for 2018. Commissioner Tescher made a 911 Coordinator, Henry Gerving dis- motion to transfer $30,000 from BLM cussed with the Board the building site Fund into the Special County Road status for the tower on Sentinel Butte fund per 2017 budgets and Commis- hill. sioner Maus seconded. Motion carried. Road Foreman, Pete Wirtzfeld and Commissioner Maus a motion toAndrew Krebs with KLJ met with the sign the following Drought Emergency Board. Krebs updated the Board on the Declaration: Beaver Creek Bridge project. Krebs DROUGHT EMERGENCY DECLA- presented the memorandum of agree- RATION ment submitted to the advisory council FOR GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, on historic preservation pursuant to NORTH DAKOTA 36CFR800.6(a) and Chairman, Tescher WHEREAS, Golden Valley County signed the document to move forward has suffered damages to pasture land, with the project. Discussion was held crops, feed, and water supplies for live- on the millings laid on the road from I- stock and water reserves in general; 94 exit into Sentinel Butte. Wirtzfeld and discussed with the Board his 2018 WHEREAS, the potential for rural budget projections. Discussion was fires due to dry vegetation and crops is held on the VanDaele Road project and a significant threat to the health, safety, the next steps coming up for comple- and well-being of County citizens; and tion. It was agreed to have Jeremy WHEREAS, severe adverse eco- Wood, with Northern Plains Engineer- nomic impacts on Golden Valley County ing to monitor the project and accept- agribusiness and infrastructure has ance. been caused by these drought condi- Sherry Adams with the SW District tions which have been impacting the Health met with the Board. Adams pre- County since the Spring of 2017; and sented the Board the 2018 preliminary WHEREAS, these impacts consti- budget. tute an imminent threat of widespread Pete Wirtzfeld, Road Foreman in- severe losses, damages, and hardship formed the Board of a phone call he re- to the economy of Golden Valleyceived from the NDDOT on a bridge County in excess of available County that needs repaired. Discussion was resources, held on the NDEA over weight e-per- NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- mits. Discussion was held on the Finne- SOLVED, that the Board of Golden Vii- man gravel pit. Wirtzfeld discussed his ley County Commissioners issue a proposed 2018 budgets. "Declaration of Emergency" due to Various department heads joined drought for Golden Valley County, North the meeting to discuss upcoming 2018 Dakota. budgets. Dated this first day of August, 2017, Chairman, Troy Tescher declared Golden Valley County, North Dakota the meeting adjourned at 4:05 PM. By: ~September 14) Troy Tescher, Golden Valley County Commission Chairman Attest: Golden Valley County Tamra Sperry, Golden Valley County Commission Auditor and Commissioner Dietz seconded. Motion carried. BOARD OF COUNTY Commissioner Maus made a mo- COMMISSIONERS tion to create the Forest Service Fund MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS retro-active to January 1, 2017 for the August 17, 2017 11:00 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. The purpose of this special meeting was to discuss filling the vacant Clerk of Court/Recorder position. Discussion was held on the Deputy positions in the Clerk of Court/Recorder and Auditors office. Deputy Clerk of Court Rachel Keo- hane and Deputy Auditor, Angelina Mar- man joined the meeting. Discussion was held on the possibility of sharing 1 deputy between the 3 offices. Keohane informed the Board she would like to take over the vacancy and also con- tinue doing the DES duties. It was agreed due to budget con- straints and the hiring freeze that An- gelina Marman will be the deputy in all three offices. Commissioner Dietz made a motion to appoint Deputy Clerk of Court Rachel Keohane to fill the term of the Clerk of Court/Recorder until the next General Election in November of 2018 and Commissioner Maus sec- onded. Motion carried. The Board of- fered the vacancy and continuing the DES position to Keohane starting at $50,000 annually. Keohane will let the Board know by the end of the day of her decision. Commissioner Maus made a motion to adjourn at 1:05 pm and Commis- sioner Dietz seconded. Motion carried. The following vouchers were au- dited and approved for the month of Au- gust: -99944 North Dakota State Treasurer 430.70 75322-75344 Social Services Disbursements 7237.33 75345 Golden Valley Co States Attorney 1358.33 75346 Dakota Dust-Tex, Inc 58.00 75347 Westlie Motor Company 84.45 75348 American Legion Post 0005 40.00 75349 Wild Vines Market, LLC 55.00 75350 ND Association of Counties 50.00 75351 KFLN-AM/KJJM-FM 126.00 75352 Dawn Ueckert 154.08 75353 Southwest Business Machines 396.00 75354 Information Technology Dept 601.45 75355 C.E. Brooks & Associates 1127.80 75356 Marman Plumbing & Gen Constr 2500.00 75357 Charbonneau Car Center 1278.92 75358 Smart Computers & Consulting 5648.92 75359 North Dakota One Call 5.00 75360 1-29 Trailer Sales 236.32 75361 Jordan Tescher 2090.00 75362 Western Dakota Energy Association 2649.91 75363 ND Association of Counties 249.60 75364 BOSS Inc 146.82 75365 Northern Plains Engineering, LLC 10950.00 75366 Hlebechuk Construction Inc. 117762.03 75367 The Radar Shop Inc. 258.00 75368 Lawson Products, Inc. 261.43 75369 Henry Gerving 151.74 75370 Rohan Hardware 34.95 75371 Productivity Plus Account 221.81 75372 Beach Co-Operative Grain Comp 4170.13 75373 Powerplan 1031.99 75374 Pitney Bowes Global Financial Ser 453.48 75375 Wallwork Truck Center2490.18 75376 Beach Co-Operative Grain Comp 3651.62 75377 Rohan Hardware 4.49 75378 Rick Olson 8.56 75379 Troy Tescher " 26.75 75380 Golden Valley County Treasurer 30000.00 75381 ND Township Officers Association 1125.00 75382-75413 Collections Submitted 44213.99 75414 ND Association of Counties 196.70 75415 Smart Computers & Consulting 129.99 75416 Office of Attorney General - 1250 155.00 75417-75419 Weed Control Disbursements 9051.49 75420 NDEMA 90.00 75421 Reservation Telephone Coop 40.00 75422 Beach Co-Operative Grain Co 6037.68 75423-75428 Library Disbursement~ 947.56 75429-75449 Golden Valley County Employees 39113.59 75450-75456 Payroll Liability Disbursements 39893.37 75457-75462 Cafeteria Plan Disbu~'sements 1104.51 75463 Golden Valley Country Treasurer 5092.26 75464 City of Beach 865.05 75465 MDU 2066.65 75466 Midstate Communications, Inc. 1182.76 75467 Cenex Fleetcard 769.89 75468 Aflac 347.41 75469 BCBS of ND 21418.70 75470 Sonja Groll 40.00 75471 AT&T Mobility 41.63 75472 Verizon Wireless 310.80 Credit Card JPMorgan Chase Bank NA 81.60 Direct Dep Golden Valley County Employees 61674.43 ATTEST: Tamra Sperry, County Auditor Troy Tescher, Chairman, County Com- missioners (September 14) City of Medora City of Medora Minutes of Regular Meeting September 5, 2017 (Subject to Council review and approval) Meeting was called to order at 7:00pm by Mayor Todd Corneil. Pres- ent were councilmen Denis Joyce, Kin- ley Slauter, John Tczap, and Ben Bran- num. City Attorney Sandra Kuntz and City Engineer Mike Njos were also present. Minutes from the August 1 regular meeting were reviewed. Tczap moved to approve the minutes as presented and seconded by Joyce. Minutes were unanimously approved. With no objec- tion, Corneil changed the order of the Agenda and tabled some of the ordi- nance reviews until the October meet- ing. Chuck Andrus was present to once again ask the Council to strike Ordi- nance 8.0601, referring to Outside Dis- play of Merchandise. Corneil stated it will be addressed at the October meet- ing. Kailee Tescher requested permis- sion to have a lemonade stand during special events in Medora. The Council willingly agreed to her request and a transient merchant permit would only be needed if she planned on setting up regularly throughout the summer sea- son. Njos reviewed his written report. The Council prefers the bike path be built in the fall, during the off-season. Njos will plan on an April bid-opening date with fall construction. The building timeline is 6-8 weeks. Flood control slide gates have been ordered and they should be installed yet this year. Njos introduced Mike Berg with APEX to re- view the lagoon capacity study results. The results show that the city ponds are getting close to capacity. At this point, APEX was not hired to look at reme- dies. Njos added that the next step will be to look at remedies. He does not have a definite time frame, but within a month or two the city will start looking at options and costs. Kuntz distributed an updated version of Ordinance 05-2017 reflecting legisla- tive updates. After Council review, a further updated version will be reviewed at the October meeting. No written ambulance report was submitted. The written police report for the month of August was reviewed. The MCC and Public Works written re- ports were reviewed. Dell Beach added that HA Thompson is working on an es- timate to repair the sewer line from the Chuckwagon to the Girls Dorm. Pace will be out the week of Sept. 11 to clean sewer lines. City Auditor, Carla Steffen, pre- sented the 2017 audit proposal from Wosepka Accounting. Slauter made the motion to approve the proposal. Second by Tczap. Motion passed unanimously. Steffen presented $80,000 in general fund budget amend- ments for 2017. Brannum made the motion to approve the amendments, second by Joyce. Motion passed unan- imously. The ND Cares Training Event will be held at the MCC on Oct. 5. Invi- tations are going out soon and every- one is welcome to attend. Steffen reminded the Council that the State is coming out this Friday to do a walk- through of the bathroom project. ' Clarence Sitter with TRMF pre- sented an update on the Bunkhouse Project. The plan is still to set all the buildings, but they won't hook up more than the 212 units until the lagoon ca- pacities are met. TRMF would like to get a Flex PACE loan through the Bank of ND, but the local community must contribute to the interest buydown. TRMF is asking the City and County to share in the local contribution equally. The City share would be $40,590 over 15 years. They would like an answer at the October Council Meeting. Pay- ments wouldn't start until 2018. TRMF CEO, Randy Hatzenbuhler, added that TRMF has successfully used PACE loans twice in the past and the City was supportive. PACE allows TRMF to get a much lower interest rate on larger projects. Joyce made the motion to approve the 2nd Reading of Ordinance 03-2017 noting the changes to the definition of "community cat". Second by Tczap. Motion passed unanimously. Dell Beach presented estimates on cleaning out 3 separate sections of the drainage ditch. Corneil would like Cor- dova Construction to do the section by the new Berg home because they had done the dirt work in that area and re- moved the "bee hive". Slauter added that the City does not have an ease- ment for the section that is on TRMF property and something formal should be developed moving forward. Beach added that if the City pays $2,100 to hire excavators to clean the silt dam and drainage ditch on TRNP propery, TRNP would haul it out. Beach had only received estimates from one con- tractor for each of the 3 sections. Slauter thinks it is best practice to get more than one estimate for the October meeting. Joyce asked if TRMF still wants the culverts on the hill where the cable tv equipment was located. Slauter said it will be looked at. Corneil called a recess at 9:16 p.m. The meet- ing reconvened at 9:30 p.m. Corneil stated that TRNP and Dell Beach had already met on the $2,100 price for the TRNP clean-out so he would like to au- thorize Beach to move ahead with cleaning that section. Slauter made the motion to accept the $2,100 proposal for the TRNP section. Second by Joyce. Motion passed unanimously. A Gaming Site Authorization from the Bismarck Cancer Center Founda- tion to sponsor gaming at the Roughrider Hotel Banquet Room on Oct. 21, was reviewed. Kuntz stated she had no concerns. Joyce made the motion to approve the Gaming Site Au- thorization, second by Brannum. Mo- tion passed unanimously. A letter from Inn Connors resigning from the Zoning Commission, was re- viewed. Corneil thanked Connors for his service. Doug Ellison and Chuck Bokinskie are interesting in completing Connors' term which is through March, 2018. Slauter stated it is good to have 2 worthy individuals interested in the position. Because Ellison had ex- pressed interest first, Slauter made the motion to accept Connor's resignation and appoint Doug Ellison as of Oct. 1, 2017. Per NDCC 40-14-04 a City Assessor needs to be appointed at the first meet- ing of the city council in September of each odd-numbered year. Slauter made the motion to re-appoint Stacey Swanson. Second by Brannum. Mo- tion passed unanimously. Joye made the motion to approve the financials. Second by Tczap. With all ayes the following financials were approved. 2805 CORDOVA CONSTRUCTION 2677.00 2806 DAKOTA PUMP & CONTROL, Inc. 1645.00 2807 NORTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 173.24 2808 ONE CALL CONCEPTS 23.30 2809 SOUTHWEST WATER AUTHORITY 19056.26 2810 THEODORE ROOSEVELT MEDORA FDTN 18500.00 281'1 WASTE MANANGEMENT291.56 5146 ASSOCIATED SUPPLY Co INC. 468.56 5147 BAYLI KRANCE 100.00 5148 BRAUN DISTRIBUTING 36.40 5149 HAWKINS, INC. 410.17 5150 JOSIAH ORLUCK 100.00 5151 KOBI ALLEN 100.00 5152 MIDSTATE TELEPHONE COMPANY 32.35 5153 MILLER, BRANDON, 100.00 5154 REBEKA PADILLA 87.50 16006 ALLEGIANT EMERGENCY SERVICES, INC. 789.30 16007 APEX Engineering Group 2244.00 16008 BERGEn ELECTRIC, INC. 218.93 16009 BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER 458.28 16010 CARLA STEFFEN 49.02 16011 CHILLER SYSTEMS, INC 746.26 16012 CORDOVA CONSTRUCTION 2790.00 16013 D F LIGHTING CO 688.55 16014 DAKOTA DUST-TEX, INC. 159.35 16015 DAKOTA PUMP & CONTROL, Inc. 470.00 16016 DAKOTA SPORTS 95.00 16017 DICKINSON TIRE, INC. 25.00 16018 FARMERS ONION 1455.82 16019 Foremost Insurance Company/Grand Rapids 562.00 16020 HIGHLANDS ENGINEERING & SURVEYING, PLLC 7680.00 16021 ITD 40.65 16022 JAMES J. WOSEPKA, PC 1200.00 16023 JAMESTOWN COMMUNICATIONS, INC. 90.00 16024 Legal Edge Solutions, PLLC 2607.00 16025 M & T FIRE AND SAFETY INC. 29.00 16026 MEDORA FIRE DEPT. 1450.00 16027 MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEMICAL 393.52 16028 MIDSTATE TELEPHONE COM- PANY 757.29 16029 NDACo. Resources Group 65.00 16030 NEWBY'S ACE HARDWARE 50,05 16031 O'Brien Oilfield Service; LLC ; :: 165:00 16032 POSTMASTER 200.00 16033 QUALITY QUICK PRINT454.00 16034 RUNNINGS SUPPLY, INC. 51.96 16035 SHERWlN WILLIAMS 301.81 16037 SOUTHWEST BUSINESS MACHINES, INC 42.40 16038 SOUTHWEST WATER AUTHORITY 41.29 16039 STAPLES 55.47 16040 STEFFAN SAW AND BIKE 371.93 16041 STEIN'S, INC 559.00 16042 WALMART COMMUNITY/RFCSLLC 102.64 Payroll and Other Pre-Pays: Payroll and Other Pre-Pays: 8-11-17 Payroll 15,956.12 8-25-17 Payroll 12,663.44 August Federal Payroll Taxes8,539.84 16001 AFLAC 299.16 16002 Ameritas (Dental) 693.29 16003 Avesis (Vision) 75.29 16004 NDPERS Retirement 3,140.01 16005 NDPERS Def Comp 613.00 16043 NDPERS Health 7,7740.01 2803 ROUGHRIDER ELECTRIC COOP, INC 401.00 2804 SOUTHWEST WATER AUTHORITY 19453.72 5145 ROUGHRIDER ELECTRIC COOP, INC 539.00 15967 ROUGHRIDER ELECTRIC COOP, INC 4810.54 15968 SOUTHWEST WATER AUTHORITY 43.22 15984 AT&T Mobility 327.70 15985 AT&T Mobility 134.24 15986 THE HARTFORD 2554.67 A thank you was sent to First State Bank for their donation of a bench and a recycle bin for the pool. A thank you was sent to the City of Dickinson for their grant funds to purchase an AED machine for the fire hall. ' Corneil thanked Councilmen Brannum and Joyce for hosing down the streets with the firetruck. He also thanked Council- man Tczap for assisting the Police Dept. this summer. Steffen reviewed the preliminary revenue and expense budgets for the year 2018. YTD cash fund balances and 2010 year-end cash balances were reviewed to show the increase to re- serves over the past 6 years. Steffen added that most of the sales tax rev- enue for 2017 as well as oil distribution tax, will be disbursed to the City in Sep- tember-December. Fund balances can be reviewed again in January of 2018 and adjustments to the budget can be made. Rate increases for all utilities will be looked at in December. Infrastruc- ture expenses have been budgeted out of the 2% sales tax fund. No expenses are budgeted out of the V~% sales tax fund. Steffen presented the estimated tax calculation with a zero- increase mill of 28.2 which will generate approxi- mately $53,297 in general tax revenue. Several budget items were reviewed in- cluding repairs to the pool deck with grading around the pool and tennis court and basketball court repairs. Joyce stated it is fine to leave those items in the budget, but they may have to be looked at again once we find out what work will need to be done to the lagoons. Upon review of the MCC budget, Slauter stated that community center projects need to be looked at and he thinks what is budgeted is nec- essary. No estimates for re-siding the MCC have been received and 1 esti- mate for cement work around the MCC was received. Joyce recommended holding off on that project for now and look at doing re-siding and cement work at the same time. There was discus- sion on changing all the street lights over to LED. $15,000 was added to the street light budget. The Police Dept. re- quested $75,000 for a new fully equipped pick-up. After discussion, it was the consensus to lower that budget item to $50,000. Councilman Tczap left the meeting at 10:15 p.m. Lagoon ca- pacity upgrades will not be in the budget. City will have to make amend- ments once estimates and funding op- tions are received. Mary Griffin added that the City Shop needs to be stained. Corneil responded that a new roof on the shop is the first priority. 2018 an- nual salary increase to full-time em- ployees will be $3,000. Permanent PT Employee will receive 50 cent/hour raise. Slauter made the motion to ap- prove the 2017 Preliminary Budget. Second by Joyce. Motion passed unanimously. Corneil read the announcements. Slauter thanked Steffen and Dept. Heads for their work compiling the data for the preliminary budget. ,There being no other business, Brannum motioned to adjourn. With no objection, meeting was adjourned at 11:12 p.m. Attest: Todd Corneil, Mayor Attest:Carla Steffen, City Auditor (September 14) Notice Zoning Hearing Notice The Golden Valley County Zoning Board will hold a public hearing on Monday, September 25, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. in the Commissioner's Room at the C0urthouse for the following busi- NeW Business Steiner, Michael Request a 3 Acre Tract in SE1/4 SEC 29-137-104 Parcel # 00578000 be rezoned from Agricultural to Commercial for the pur- pose of Operating a gunsmith business. Steiner, Michael Request a Variance to Operate a Gunsmith busi- ness in NW 1/4 SEC 28-137-104 Par- cel # 00573000 for a period up to two years until the commercial structure is complete in the a 3 Acre Tract in SE1/4 SEC 29-137-104 Parcel # 00578000. Lowman, Bill request a Vari- ance to cross under Westerheim road with a 1 ~,'~ " water line buried at 6' to Connect the SE1/4 of Sec 22-142-103, parcel # 13-0-03129500 with the NE 14 of Sec 27-142-103, parcel # 13-0- 03149500 (September 14 and 21) Bids 2017 WINTER PIT CRUSHING & STOCKPILING GRAVEL E 1/2, SEC 9, T 143N, R 102W COUNTY OF BILLINGS, NORTH DAKOTA BID DATE: September 19th, 2017 (Revised Date) BID TIME: 10:30 AM MT (Revised Time) LOCATION: Billings County Court- house This addendum is written for the pur- pose of clarification and/or modifica- tions to the Contact Documents. Acknowledgement of Addenda shall be noted on the exterior of the bid enve- lope and also on Page 1 of Section 00300 Bid Form. The following changes and/or cor- rections shall be made to and become part of the project plans and specifica- tions. 1. Advertisement for Bid (Section 00100): The original bid date was set for 11:00AM MT, September 7, 2017. It has been changed to 10:30 AM MT, September 19, 2017. 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