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Page 4 Golden Valley News September 19, 2019 Hearing Notice IN DISTRICT COURT, BILLINGS COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Joel M. Wilkinson, Deceased. Probate No. 04-2019-PR-00014 Brian W. Boppre (ID #07482) Boppre Law Firm, PLLC 2151 36th Ave SW, Suite B Minot, ND 58701 Telephone No. (701) 852-5224 bboppre@bopprelawfirm.com Attorney for: Margot Wilkinson NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Margot Wilkinson has flied herein a pe- tition for Adjudication of Intestacy, Adju- dication of Priority for Appointment of Personal Representative and Appoint- ment of Personal Representative of the estate of Joel M. Wilkinson, deceased. Hearing has been set upon said Pe- tition on the 24th day of October, 2019, at 8:30 A.M. at the Courtroom of the above named Court in the City of Medora, County of Billings, State of North Dakota, and any person may ap- pear and be heard. In order for any objections to be con- sidered, objections to the Petition for Adjudication of intestacy, Adjudication of Priority for Appointment of Personal Representative and Appointment of Personal Representative must be in writing and must be filed with the Court and the attorney for the petitioner no later than seven (7) days prior to the date set for hearing.- Any such written objection must contain a concise and thorough account of the facts upon which the objection is based. Dated this 19th day of August, 2019. Brian Boppre (#07482) Boppre Law Firm PLLC 2151 36th Ave. SW, Suite B Minot, ND 58701 (701) 852-5224 bboppre@ boppretawfirm.com Attorney for Margot Wilkinson (September 5, 12 and 19) Summons IN THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF GOLDEN VALLEY IN THE DISTRICT COURT, SOUTH- WEST JUDICIAL DISTRICT Freedom Mortgage Corporation, Plaintiff, V. John Means a/k/a John D. Means, and any person in possession, and all persons unknown, claiming any estate or interest in, or lien or encumbrance upon, the real estate described in the complaint, Defendants. SUMMONS CIVIL NUMBER: 17-2019-CV-00003 1. To the above mentioned Defen- dants including all persons unknown, claiming any estate or interest in, or lien or encumbrance upon, the real estate described in the complaint. 2. You are hereby summoned to ap- pear and defend against the Complaint in this action, which has been filed with the Clerk of Court and is herewith served upon you, by serving upon the undersigned a copy of an Answer or other proper response within twenty- one (21) days after the service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. The original Complaint is' filed with the Clerk of the District Court in the County in which this action is commenced. 3. This action relates to the foreclo- sure of a mortgage upon the following described real property in the County of Golden Valley, State of North Dakota: All of Lot 1, excepting and excluding the North 50 feet thereof, and the South 50 feet thereof, Block 9, Hunter's First Addition to the City of Beach, Golden Valley County, North Dakota. Property Address: 329 3rd Avenue Northeast; Beach, ND 58621 The Plaintiff is not seeking a per- sonal judgment against the above- named Defendants. Date: June 3, 2019 Is~ Benjamin J. Mann Benjamin J. Mann 376 East 400 South, Suite 300 Salt Lake City, UT 84111 Tel: 801-355-2886 Fax: 801-328-9714 Email: benjamin @ hwmlawfirm.com Bar Number: 08371 HWM: 55393 (September 5, 12 and 19) Summons IN THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF GOLDEN VALLEY IN THE DISTRICT COURT, SOUTH- WEST JUDICIAL DISTRICT Wells Fargo Bank, National Associ- ation, as Trustee for Option One Wood- bridge Loan Trust 2003-1, Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2003- 1, Plaintiff, v. Donna Lee Mason and Pablo Urroz a/k/a Pablo Manuel Urroz, and any per- son in possession, and all persons un- known, claiming any estate or interest in, or lien or encumbrance upon, the real estate described in the complaint, Defendants. CIVIL NUMBER: 17-2019-CV- 00022 1.To the above-mentioned Defen- dants including all persons unknown, claiming any estate or interest in, or lien or encumbrance upon, the real estate described in the complaint. 2.You are hereby summoned to ap- pear and defend against the Complaint in this action, which has been filed with the Clerk of Court and is herewith served upon you, by serving upon the undersigned a copy of an Answer or other proper response within twenty- one (21) days after the service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If you fail to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. The original Complaint is filed with the Clerk of the District Court in the County in which this action is commenced. 3.This action relates to the foreclo- sure of a mortgage upon the following described real property in the County of Golden Valley, State of North Dakota: The West Half (W1/2) of Lot Ten (10) and all of Lots Eleven (11), Twelve (12), and Thirteen (13), Block Two (2), Hunter's Second Addition to the City of Beach, Golden Valley County, North Dakota. Property Address: 32 4th Avenue Southeast, Beach, ND 58621 4.The Plaintiff is not seeking a per- sonal judgment against the above- named Defendants. Date: August 21, 2019 Is~ Benjamin J. Mann Benjamin J. Mann 376 East 400 South, Suite 300 Salt Lake City, UT 84111 Tel: 801-355-2886 Fax: 801-328-9714 Emaih benjamin @ hwmlawfirm.com Bar Number: 08371 HWM: 55406 (September 12, 19 and 26) Notice to Creditors STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA IN DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF BILLINGS SOUTHWEST JUDICIAL DISTRICT In the Matter of the Estate of Donald A. Stigen, Deceased. Probate No. 04-2019-PR-00013 MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM Office Address: 38 Second Ave E Dickinson ND 58601 Telephone Number: (701) 456-3210 By: Olivia Krebs, Attorney #08743 Email: okrebs@ mackoff.com Attorneys for Personal Representative NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three months after the date of the first publi- cation of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Sharleen Stigen, Per- sonal Representative of the Estate, or filed with the Court Dated this 23 day of August, 2019, Sharleen Stigen, Personal Repre- sentative 13066 15th Street SW, Fairfield, ND 58627 (September 5, 12 and 19) Hearing Notice Zoning Hearing Notice The next meeting and public hearing for Golden Valley County Zoning Board and the below agenda item is sched- ule~l for Monday, September 30, 2019, at 3:00 p.m. in the Commission- ers Room at the courthouse. The Agenda Items for the meeting are: Thompson, Ryan requested a vari- ance to within 75' of 31st ST SW for the purpose of constructing an addition onto his home at $1/2SE1/4 Sec 3-140- 106 Parcel # 9-0-02468500 (September 19 and 26) Meeting Notice Medora City Council; Tuesday, Oc- tober 1,2019 at 6:00 p.m. Roosevelt Room-- Medora Commu- nity Center IN ADDITION TO REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS WE WILL: Review and Finalize the Budget for FY 2020 The full Agenda for the meeting will be published the week prior to the meeting. (September 19) City of Beach CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS PUBLISHED SUBJECT TO THE GOVERNING BODY'S REVIEW AND REVISION A regular meeting of the Beach City Council was called to order by Mayor Henry Gerving on September 3, 2019 at 7:00 pm. Present when the meeting was called to order was City Council Tim Marman, Andy Zachmann, Bev Wolff, Jeanne Larson, Public Works Su- penntendent Randy Dietz, City Auditor Kimberly Gaugler, Engineer Jasper Klein, guests Deb Helsper, Samuel Kerr, Amanda Miller, and Mamus Knut- son. The Pledge of Allegiance was re- cited. Roll call was taken. Banes and Wal- worth were absent. Mayor Gerving called for additions to the agenda. BHS Pep Club & Home- coming Advisors Amanda Miller and Sam Kerr asked to be added to the agenda. Mayor Gerving approved the request. Public Participation Miller and Kerr request permission for the BHS Pep Club to host a bonfire on Tuesday, September 17th at the Golden Valley County Fair Grounds from 6-8 pm. Beach and Sentinel Butte Volunteer Fire Departments will be on- site with water trucks. Zachmann moyed to approve the request, second by Wolff. Motion carried unanimously. Minutes Minutes of the meeting on August 19, 2019 were presented. Zachmann moved to approve the minutes, second by Wolff. Motion carried unanimously. Vouchers Zachmann moved to approve the following vouchers, second by Larson. Motion carried unanimously. 20685 AE2S 785.00 20686 Baker Metal & Recycling 3,376.50 20687 Beach Food Center 2.77 20688 Beach Park Board 2,668.04 20689 Beach Pharmacy 36.95 20690 Boss Office Products 279.84 20691 Eugene Padilla 137.50 20692 Farmers Union/NAPA 1,806.08 20693 Fisher Sand & Gravel 787.20 20694 G & G Garbage 2,400.00 20695 GV County 8,957.47 20696 GV News 316.79. 20697GV Soil Conservation District 50.00 20698 Jill Schatz 55.90 20699 Jeanne Tescher 75.00 20700 JSG Agency 20.00 20701 Kimberly Gaugler 113.70 20702 Marman Plumbing 870.00 20703 Mid-American Research Chemical 722.14 20704 Midstate Comm. 369.73 20705 MDU 5,432.26 20706 Northern Improvement3,338.58 20707 Olympic Sales 1450.00 20708 Randall Dietz 261.33 20709 Rohan's 314.00 20710 S & R Interiors 412.50 20711 Southwest Water 22,900.08 20712 Stockwell Cleaning 275.00 20713 Swanston Equip. Corp. 239.38 20714 Valli Information Syst. 25.00 20715 Verizon Wireless178.12 20716 Western Dakota Energy Assoc. 1,646.76 20717 Wild Vines Market 55.00 20718 CNA Surety 50.00 20719 The Buffalo Gap 688.00 zooo,1-20667 & -88818 -oooo i i, 20677-20684 & -88809 -88795 Wages for August 32,666.77 -88810 First State Bank 3,681.55 20668 City of Beach 353.22 20669 Unum Life Insurance 47.61 20670 Blue Cross Blue Shield5,511.50 -88795 First State Bank 3,649.19 -88794 ND PERS 3,350.08 20663 Northland Truck Sales 116,400.00 20671 Beach Park Board 15,000.00 20672 Blue Cross Blue Shield 692.50 20673 James Richie 300.00 20674 John Deere Financial 2,111.20 20675 JM Strategies 30,000.00 20676 USPS 211.30 Public Works Report Dietz reviewed his written report. Larson moved to rescind the motion to enter a contract for crushing the con- crete at the old landfill, second by Wolff. Motion carried unanimously. Dietz pro- vided an estimate for storm drain and gutter repairs to the intersection at First Street and Second Ave SW and side- walk replacement on First Street be- tween First Avenue SW and Second Avenue SW. Marman moved to seek additional estimates for the proposed work, second by Larson. Motion carried unanimously. Dietz suggested starting a policy to waive landfill fees for dis- posal of dilapidated buildings. An Appli- cation to Waive Fees for a Dilapidated Building was reviewed by Mayor and City Council. Zachmann moved to ap- prove the policy and application, sec- ond by Marman. Motion carried unanimously. Dietz explained the oil dis- tributor is in need of repair so the city crew is not able to do any chip sealing this year. Marman moved to order addi- tional dura patch material for street maintenance and have the oil distributor repaired, second by Wolff. Motion car- ried unanimously. Auditor Report Gaugler reviewed her written report. Engineers Report 2019 Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project Engineer Klein reviewed his report. The Contractor's Final Application for Payment will be presented at the next meeting. Committee Report Census Committee Report Larson mentioned the Regional Representative for Census 2020 will be traveling to Beach to meet with the committee sometime during the month of September. Unfinished Business Proposed Ordinance 386 was re- viewed. Gaugler provided correspon- dence from Attorney Bouray recommending Section 40 not be re- moved. Larson moved to follow the City Attorney's recommendation and rein- sert Section 40 into Proposed Ordi- nance 386, second by Wolff. Zachmann - yes, Wolff - yes, Larson - yes, Mar- man - no, Motion carried. The First Reading of Ordinance 386 will be pre- sented at the next regular meeting. New Business Applications for Special Event sub- mitted by 3rd Avenue Liquor were re- viewed. Zachmann moved to approve the Special Events, second by Larson. Motion carried unanimously. Correspondence from Church of St. John the Baptist was read. Marman moved to approve the request to extend the handicap parking area on the South side of the church, second by Wolff. Mo- tion carried unanimously. No other business" was brought for- ward. Mayor Gerving adjourned the meeting. Meeting adjourned at 7:35 p.m. Mayor Gerving re-opened the meet- ing so Deb Helsper could share con- cerns about the drainage ditch near her residence. Mayor Gerving adjourned the meeting. Meeting adjourned at 7:40 p.m ATTEST: Henry Gerving, Mayor Kimberly Gaugler, City Auditor (september 19) Beach School Board PROCEEDS OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BEACH SCHOOL BOARD Unofficial Minutes Subject to Review and Revision of the Board September 11, 2019 6:00 p.m. Room 11 Members present were Kimberly Gaugler, Robert Sperry, Mike Van Horn, Mark Lund, Carrie Zachmann, Misty Farnstrom, Dave Wegner, Lynn Swan- son, and Chris Kittleson. Visitors present were Andy Moe, Ceil Stedman, Kenny Stedman, Tammy Wegner, Erik Kautzman, Sam Kerr, Aithea Kerr, Dr. Jake Holkup, and Marty Campbell. Taryn Sveet was absent. President Gaugler called the meet- ing to order at 6:00 p.m. Gaugler rec- ognized visitors. Gaugler discussed the public hear- ing for the review of the budget and consideration of increasing the school property tax levy and building fund levy. Gaugler opened the public hearing. Wegner distdbuted and reviewed points of school finance from local, state and federal levels, prior year's mill levies and revenues, and current projects and future budget considerations with talk- ing points. Andy Moe spoke on the mills, taxable valuation, townships and soil types. Kenny Stedman spoke on the property taxes and the building fund. Dr. Jake Holkup spoke on build- ing fund procedures, rural taxes vs. city taxes and valuations in other communi- ties vs. Beach. Dr. Jake Holkup spoke on the future projects and budget con- siderations wish list presented and indi- cated the items on the list look more like necessities from a parent's perspective. Discussion. Gaugler called for a motion to close the public hearing. Motion by Sperry, second by Van Horn to approve closing the public hearing. Motion carries unan- imously. Gaugler reviewed the agenda. Mo- tion by Sperry, second by Zachmann to approve agenda as Presented. Motion carries unanimously. r'~rw~uum presented Augus[ no, 2019 regular meeting minutes. Motion by Lund, second by Sperry to approve minutes. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented general fund, activity fund, food service fund, manual general fund, August regular payroll and trust and agency fund. Motion by Sperry, second by Van Horn to approve all bills and payroll. Sperry inquired about the city water bill for athletic facil- ities. Roll call vote carries unanimously. 43725 ABM Corp. 339.44 43726 Amazon Capital Services 1,492.56 43727 Ameripride Services Inc.247.29 43728 Amanda Anderson40.60 43729 AT&T Mobility 50.10 43730 AVI Systems/Audio Visual Inc. 732.50 43731 Beach Food Center 126.29 43732 Leanne Benes 441.72 43733 Amanda Bieber 30.00 43734 Bismarck Tribune 37.20 43735 Border Steel and Recycling Inc. 238.76 43736 Boss Office and Computer Products Inc. 1,549.70 43737 BSN Sports-Collegiate Pacific 627.00 43738 Buzzy Cafe 775.00 43739 Capital One Commercial 96.31 43740 CDWG 123.82 43741 Cenex Fleetcards/CHS Inc. 120.54 43742 Cengage Learning Inc.1,485.00 43743 Cerberus Security LLC5,735.00 43744 City of Beach 5,5-6.45 43745 Cogina 657.00 43746 Connecting Point/Ultra Inc. 1,794.00 43747 Consolidated Communications Inc. 119.00 43748 Cool Concepts Travel 586.00 43749 Hauck Travis 818.16 43750 Robed Curl 469.61 .43751 D&E Supply. Company Inc. 410.51 43752 Dakota Dust-Tex Inc. 359.65 43753 Discount 2-way Radio 47.46 43764 Discount Magazine Subscription 393.83 43755 Edutech Education Technology Services 1,288.42 43756 Elite Card Payment Center 893.16 43757 Everspring Inn and Suites of Bismarck 169.20 43758 Fargo Glass and Paint2,660.55 43759 Farmers Union Oil Corp. 2,196.52 43760 Fast Company 12.99 43761 Fastenal Company 7.02 43762 Sue Feldman 15.43 43763 FFA of Beach 1,250.00 43764 Forbes 21.99 43765 Forum Communications Company-12 38.00 43766 Golden Valley News/Billings Co. Pioneer/ALBN Inc. 303.02 43767 Goodheart-Wildcox Company Inc. 65.53 43768 Houghton Mifflin Co. 3,336.98 43769 INC 10.00 43770 Innovative Office Solutions LLC 213.70 43772 Jadah Kerr 69.57 43773 KFYR 100.00 43774 Laquinta Inn of Bismarck84.60 43775 Sarah Maus 204.61 43776 MDU Resources Group Inc. 3,822.56 43777 Midstate Communications Inc. 757.76 43778 Midwest Doors of Dickinson Inc. 154.49 43779 MNJ Technologies Direct Inc. 199.89 43780 ND Council of Educational Leaders 2,050.00 43781 ODIN 132.00 43782 Ricky Olson 125.00 43783 Park Cafe 67.50 43784 Pepper J.W. & Son Inc. 12.54 43785 Prairie Lumber Corp. 497.09 43786 Productivity Plus Account 1,083.68 43787 Ramada Bismarck Hotel253.80 43788 Red Rock Sporting Goods Corp. 63.55 43789 Renaissance Learning Inc. 1,450.00 43790 RESP 1,710.00 43791 Lori Rising 55.04 43792 Rohan Hardware 413.98 43793 Rschool Today 250.00 43795 Runnings Supply Inc. 94.02 43796 Jessie Schmeling 179.95 43797 Scholastic Inc.156.59 43798 School Nurse Supply Inc.71.05 43799 School Specialty Payments 1,405.56 43800 Katrina Shumway16.24 43801 Steffan's Saw and Bike 29.98 43802 Tescher Fencing 12,442.16 43803 Shalee Tescher18.00 43804 David Wegner 433.79 43805 West Dakota Parent & Family Resource Center 417.60 43806 West River Student Services 4,176.50 43807 WesUie Truck Center Corp. 2,546.93 43808 Wex Bank 33.11 43809 Wild Vines Market LLC 596.00 43810 Wires 10.00 3748 Braun Distributing-Queen City Candy 658.20 3749 Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Dickinson 641.60 3750 Cool Concepts Travel 4,086.00 3751 Farmers Union Oil Corp. 64.80 3752 Food Services of America298.34 3753 Midnight Express Corp. 600.00 3754 National FFA Organization26.00 3755 Jessie Schmeling 278.10 3756 WaI-Mart Stores Inc. 418.46 7355 Beach Food Center 51.99 7356 Dean Foods Inc. 787.68 7357 DPI-Food Distdbution 385.90 7356 Elite Cards Payment Center 714.00 7359 Food Services of America 4,256.61 7360 Rohan Hardware 37.98 6932 NOrth Dakota Bureau of Cnminal Investigation 41.25 Regular Payroll 85,752.94 99002 University of North Dakota 100 99001 Bismarck State College 250.00 99001 Bismarck State College 250.00 057263 North Dakota State University 300.00 2019-2020 Contract Totals Amanda Anderson $44,112 Marcie Armstrong $44,980 Linda Bacon $49,400 Ben Baker $1,555 Carol Bartz $50,735 Leanne Benes $61,564 Amanda Bieber $46,200 Discussion. Motion by Zachmann, second by Lund to approve agreement. Motion carries unanimously. SheBa Finneman has been hired as a cook at the elementary. Starting wage will be $14.50 per hour. Discus- sion. Tracey Trask has been hired as a high school special education parapro- fessional. Starting wage will be $14.50 per hour. Discussion. Motion by Sperry, second by Van Horn to approve hiring and wages. Motion carries unani- mously. Wegner presented facilities. High School library project was dis- cussed. Painting and carpeting have been completed. Cabinetry is tentatively scheduled to be installed September 23rd. Discussion. Repairs to the football field are scheduled to be completed in October. Discussion. Wegner presented finance. Farnstrom presented 2018-2019 fi- nancial report for approval. Discussion. Motion by Sperry, second by Van Horn to approve financial report. Motion car- ries unanimously. Debbie Dietz $45,500 2019-2020 budget was discussed. Denise Dietz $46,400 Certificate of Levy and mill values were Sarah Domek $46,000 discussed. Annual public meeting was Leigh Dykins $57,450 discussed. Soil types and valuations Chelsey Erdmann $43,200 were discussed. Motion by Sperry, sec- Misty Farnstrom $61,200 end by Zachmann to approve the Cer- Sue Feldman $25,358 tificate of Levy as submitted to Golden Chantel Fulton $2,155 Valley County. Gaugler called for a roll Mark Golberg $7,545 call vote. Yes vote-approve the Certifi- Jim Groll $5,485 cate of Levy as submitted; No vote-do Sonja Groll $1,005 not approve the Certificate of Levy as Michelle Hauck $55,895 submitted. Zachmann-yes, Gaugler- Maria Haugen $52,000 yes, Sperry-yes, Van Horn-no, Lund-no. Angela Helsper $46,120 Motion carries. Erik Kautzman $40,437 Wegner presented new business. Jadah Kerr $28,631 Policies ABAB - School Year & Sam Kerr $42,470 Calendar, ABCE - Prohibition on Aiding Chris Kittleson $67,910 Sexual Abuse, ACBF - Medical Marl- Lori Knight $48,300 juana, BAA - Employing Board Mem- Pare Knopp $1,843 bers, BBC - Method of Filing a Board Karen Maus $50,500 Vacancy, DBAA - Recruitment, Hiring Sarah Maus $52,000 and Background Checks for New Clas- Tate Miller $2,235 sifted Personnel, DE - Staff Code Con- Tammy Nistler $50,350 duct, HCAA- Purchasing, HCAF- Madonna Oech $55,850 Food Service Procurement Policy, Dale Peplinski $49,290 KACB - Complaints about Personnel, Lori Rising $54,950 ACBA- Automated External Defibrilla- Wegner presented communications, tor (AED), lEAF- Extracurricular Trans- Thank you from the Bailey Buck- portation, DI-BR - Personnel Records man family for the plant. Review Procedure were presented for Thank you from the preschool stu- the first reading. Motion by Van Horn, dents for the support and the new second by Sperry to approve first read- fence, ings. Motion carries unanimously. Thank you from the DeLaine Helvik Wegner presented old business. family for the plant. Policies ACEA - Bullying Policy, Letter from Paul and Mary Lee DEAG - Weapons Prohibition on Schmitz regarding a Bob Waidal photo School Property - Employees, DI - Per- to be donated. Discussion. sonnel Records, DIB - Review of Mate- Wegner presented public participa- rials in Teacher Personnel Files, KADA tion. - Weapons Prohibition on School Prop- .Sam Kerr presented the possibility erty - Public were presented for the of a homecoming bonfire on Tuesday second reading. Discussion. Motion by September 17th at the fairgrounds. Per- Zachmann, second by Lund to approve mission has been given by the fair second readings. Motion carries unani- board for the site and city council for an mously. open burn. Beach and Sentinel Butte Gaugler presented RACTC report. fire departments will each have a truck Substitute teacher pay was discussed. on sight. Motion by Sperry, second by Wegner presented RESP report. Zachmann to approve bonfire. Motion Wegner and Lund attended the RESP carries unanimously, meeting. Discussion. Wegner presented personnel. Famstrom presented business man- . Resignation from Taryn Sveet as ager report. Close Up advisor was presented. Dis- Swanson presented elementary cussion. Resignation from Sarah Clark principal report. as cook was presented. Motion by Professional development days Zachmann, second by Lund to approve and teacher attendance was discussed. resignations. Motion carries unani- Lincoln Elementary Strategic Plan mously, was distributed. Contracts for Taryn Sveet and Erik Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Grant Kautzman as co-Close Up advisors is progressing well. Discussion. were presented. Contract for Jadah Beach School District has applied Kerr as Family and Consumer Science for the Music Education Grant. Discus- teacher was presented. Motion by Van siGn. Horn, second by Sperry to approve con- Kittleson presented day treatment tacts. Motion carries unanimously, report. Activities director position was dis- Sveet submitted a written high cussed. The position was advertised school principal report. Discussion. and some inquiries were received. List Consensus of the board is to allow a vi- of duties of the activities director was tamin water vending machine at the distributed and discussed. Mike Zier high school. Discussion. Consensus of may be interested in the position for the the board is to allow a Beach High 2020-2021 school year. Van Horn and School Facebook page. Discussion. Gaugler will meet with all administrators Wegner did not have a report. and Mike Zier tomorrow to come to an Gaugler called for a motion to ad- agreement for the 2019-2020 school journ. Motion by Sperry, second by year. Discussion. Lund to adjourn. Gaugler adjourned Signing bonus for Jadah Kerr was 8:12 p.m. presented. Motion by Sperry, second by Kimberly Gaugler, President Van Horn to approve signing bonus. Misty Farnstrom, Business Manager Roll call vote carries unanimously. (September 19) Addendums for teacher contracts for lane changes were presented. Mo- tion by Sperry, second by Van Horn to approve lane changes. Roll'call vote carries unanimously. Services agreement between the Beach School District and Home On The Range for sharing the costs of a behaviorist instruction and therapy em- ployee was presented. SCHOOL DISTRICT ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT FOR PUBLICATION NORTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OFFICE OF SCHOOL FINANCE AND ORGANIZATION SFN 764+8 (06-D8) TO; COUNTY SUPERINTENDEN r OF SCHOOLS OR DESIGNEE Altar ve~ctiliot, el the it 8 rlls below, plellse Lttlnsrmt/his statement for put)ltc~tion in acc~'datice w~th NDCC, section 15 1.09-35 t(, Name and Address or Official Newsp~por of the Scho~ ~slticl The publisher is requested to I~nd a copy of the published statement and the bill for publical~n to: ~)/rne Of B~IeSS Martagl~ School District Name lind Number School 01stllct Address ] ~" r,~ ' 13egmntng Funo i Revenue [~xPendifores BalancB July ' ! ~0~8 Gi~rlelal Fund 1.157.387 61: 5.149.387 7~5.28[1.519 46 1.026.255 gO Tuition Fund 0.00 " 00(] " ll,00 0 00 Miscellltneoi~s Fund 0 00 0 00 0 O0 0 0C ~;enetal Fund (011 1.157+387 615,149,387.7~5,280,519 46*.026 25590 Beginning Fuild Balance JL y I 2018 Revenue Exoen~tiuros Specia, Reserve Fund Group (02 0.D0 0.03 " It 00 100 Capital Piojecls Fta~d G,oup (03) 0.00 00fi " 0 O0 0 0I) S~nlong & Inleresl Fund Groul~ (04) 0,130 0,00 I 0 O0 (: 0[ Fo~ 5~lwlce Fund Group (05) 13.102.30 121.984 ~ 126.048 6!t"9,038 55 Sludetli A~lies Fund Grmip (06} 75,g4B 35 131 522~ 152<534 98~ 54 933 ~ Tru~ and Agency/Ccflsorilum Fut~l (07) 1 ~0,763 13~175 ~l 0.013 ~2[] 938 27 ~ENERAL INFORMATION CONCERNING SCHOOL DISTRICT 13EBT AS OF JUNE 30, 201~ I Bo~ds Oulst~rldtrtg 0 00 2. Certtli~.tttes of Indebtednas~ Oi~tslarldlng 0 01] 3 Arnount Owed io the Stale School Conslrl~cilorl Fund D 00 TOTAL INDEBTEDNESS OF DISTRIC1 l oral of imes 1 3 0 00 do solemnly swear thai to the l~$t Of my knowledge ~nd Th~s report ~s found cor'ect In every particular and i~ hereby ;~dief the informat on w~thin is ~l flue and correct slat~mont of approvll~l Ill revenue lind expend~lures ~lf the school d~stnct // ,~ ~')