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Page 6 October 8, 2009 Meeting Notice ZONING MEETING NOTICE Time: 2:00 PM Date: Thursday, October 15th, 2009 Place:Billings County Commissioners Rm, Billings County Courthouse, Modern Purpose: E. Klym/D. Polanchek Update progress on a 7.57 Acre Tract in the NW1/4 23-140-100 Purpose: Karen Putnam- New Construction of a Single Garage 34-140-t02 Purpose: Lyle Burchill - New Construction of a Pole Barn 6-139-102 Purpose: ND Parks & Rec Dept. - New Construction of a Public Shower Facility 34-140-102 Purpose: Discussion of New Zoning Ordinances, Draft 1 *Available for review at the Tax Director's Office, Billings County Dated at Medora this 25th day of September, 2009 by order of the ' Billings County Commission. Joan Jurgens Billings County Auditor (October t and 8) Notice SALE OF OIL & GAS LEASES The Board of University and School Lands will conduct 'an oil and gas lease auction on Tuesday, November 3, 2009, at 9:00 AM, CT in the HOuse Chambers at the ND State Capitol, Bismarck, ND. For a list of tracts being offered, visit, or call (701) 328-2800 or write to the State Land Dept., Box 5523, Bismarck, ND 58506-5523. Anyone needing auxiliary aids and services, call Judy at (701) 328-1920 by 10/24/09. 9/29/09 /s/Gary D. Preszler State Land Commissioner (October 8 and 15) Beach City Council 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 Losinski on September 21, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. Present when the meeting was called to order was Council Perry Stockwell, Jeanne Larson, Mark Bones, Wade Walworth, Tim Marman, PWS Dell Beach, PW Kent Shaw, City Auditor Kimberly Nunberg and GV County Emergency Manager Carrie Law. PWS Beach reported tree removal and stump grinding will begin next week. Carrie Law reviewed the current Emergency M@nagement Policy for of Beach. the City Marman moved to adopt RESOLUTION 2009-1'1, second by Benes. Mbtion carried unanimous- ly. RESOLUTION 2009-11 WHEREAS, the City Council for the City of Beach has a limited capability to undertake extensive participation in the preparation of a hazard mitigation plan; and WHEREAS, Roosevelt Custer Regional Council of Dickinson, ND is able to act on behalf of the City of Beach in the analysis and develop- ment of a hazard mitigation plan; and WHEREAS, Roosevelt Custer Regional Council of Dickinson, ND shall prepare a hazard mitigation plan in accordance with FEMA require- ments at 44 C.ER. 201.6; and WHEREAS, Roosevelt Custer Regional Council shall deliver a draft copy of the plan for public comment as well as the governing body's comment during the planning process and prior to adoption. NOW THEREFORE, the City Council for the City of Beach, North Dakota authorizes Roosevelt Custer Regional Council to prepare the Southwest North Dakota Hazard Mitigation Plan on behalf of the City Council for the City of Beach which shall be reviewed and considered for adoption by the City Council upon completion. Walter Losinski, Mayor ATTEST: A public notice is information informing citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens' everyday lives. Public notices have been printed in local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information for more than 200 years. North Dakota newspapers also post public notices that are printed in newspapers on wu .ndpublicnetices.cem at no additional charge to units of government. Kimberly Nunberg, City Auditor Nunberg reviewed the Preliminary Budget for 2010. Marman moved to approve the Preliminary Budget for 2010, second by Bones. Marman-yes, Bones-yes, Larson-yes, Stockwell- yes, Walworth-yes. Motion carried unanimously. An Application for Raffle from the Varsity Football Beach Post Prom was reviewed. Beach vs. Center/Stanton Benes moved to approve the raffle, second by Larson. Motion carried unanimously. Correspondence from Center/Stanton: 1st Q.-0 ; 2nd the American Legion requesting use of Q.-0; 3rd Q-0; 4th Q.-20:Final-20 land next to the City Hall was read. Beach: 1st Q.-15; 2nd Q-22; 3rd Walworth moved to approve the request, second by Stockwell. Motion Q.-8; 4th Q.-0; Final-45 carried unanimously. Marman report- Passing: ed on the committee meeting with the. Beach: 1) Tanner Tescher, 5-6 City Engineer, FRA, BNSF and for 106 yds: NDDOT regarding establishing a Quiet Center/Stanton: Wendlin Berber, Zone. Walworth moved to proceed -~ with a Letter of Intent to establish a 9-19, 117 yds. 1TD, 1 INT Quiet Zone, second by Benes. Motion Rushing: carried unanimously. Beach: Justin Maus, 21 for 158 No other business was brought yds. 3 TDs; Jordon Tescher. 10 for forward. Bones moved to adjourn, second by Stockwell. Motion carried 72 yds. 1 TD; Jake Hardy, 7 for 26 unanimously.Meeting adjourned at yds. 1 TD 7:50 p.m. Center/Stanton: Wendlin Berger, Walter Losinski, Mayor t2 carries t44 yds. t TD; Skylar ATTEST: Kimberly Nunberg, City Auditor Johnson, 16 carries 101 yd. 1 TD (October 8) Receiving: Beach: Brady Zachmann, /-44 Notice to Creditors .yds.: Mark Golberg, 1-32 yds.; Jordon Tescher, 1-25 yds. Notice to Creditors Center/Stanton: Jesse Henke, 4- 51 yds.; Corey Bittner, 1-16 yds., l In the District Court of Billings TD; Skylar Johnson, 2-33 yds. County, State of North Dakota, In the matter of the Estate of Gertrude Evoniuk, Deceased, Probate No. 09 P-15 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed 2009 DSU Alumni =..,i,,,.,= Personal Representative of the above II Ii~ 1 | %1 VV %,ql estate, All persons having claims The 2009 Dickinson State University Alumni Fellows pose for a group photo after an Oct. 1 against the said deceased are required to present their claims within awards presentation. The awards demonstrate those who have used their DSU education and Please support three months after the date of the first have gone on to additional pursuits. Shown, back row, from left, are: Peg Portscheller, Aurora, your local publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must Colo., formerly of Golva; Contance Walter, Dickinson; Brenda Rambur, Garrison; Karen either be presented to Roxanne Roesler, Fargo; Patrick Welch, Bakersfield, Calif.; and front row, Robb Winter, Rapid City, S.D; merchants Binstock, Personal Representative of Gwen Stark, Fargo; Dr. Kyle Mack, Fargo; and Dr. Jerry Volesky, North Platte, Nob., formerly the estate, at Metbye Law Office, P.O. Box 1136, Dickinson, North Dakota of Belfield. 58602-1136, or filed with the Court. ,,~BI~-M~TED NOTICE Dated this 14th day of September OF INTENT TO 2009. Roxanne Binstock, Personal ADOPTAMENDAND REPEAL Representative First doses of H1 N1 vaccine to arrive Diane F. Melbye, Attorney for Personal Representative BISMARCK - The North was made to ~ive these initial more vaccine, more people will be relating to NDPERS General Administration, Uniform Group Insurance, Defined Benefit and ND State Bar ID # 03680 Dakota Department of Health has doses to health-care workers whoable to be vaccinated, and we (701) 483-1700 Defined Contributions programs, Deferred (October 1, 8 and 15) received information from the are at high risk of being exposed should have enough vaccine avail- Compensation plan, andHighwayPatrolRetirement U.S. Centers for Disease Control to the virus and who could expose able for an}one who wants it. We program. Meeting Notice (CDC) that the first doses of novel patients who are at high risk encourage people to keep North Dakota H1N1 influenza vaccine will be because of medical conditions, informed through our website and Public 3r~ I The Golden Valley County arriving in the state this week. The This will help to ensure that doc- the media about vaccine availabil- mployees Historical Society will hold its annual state will receive an initial supply tors and nurses remain on the job ity and to get the vaccine when it SV meeting on October 20, 2009, at the of 4,000 doses in the form of a to care for others, is a,'~,Uable for a, om:' Retirement_.stem Museum at 7;00 p.m. Everyone is will hold a public hearing to address proposed welcome and encouraged to attend, nasal spray called FluMist. "Vaccine is going to come intoThe CDC estimates that more additions, amendments and deletions toNorth There are two (2) positions on theThis initial shipment of the state in increments over the than 150 million doses ultimately, Dakota AdministrativeCode. I board available to be filled. The office FluMist vaccine will be given to next few weeks," said State will be available in the U.S., and North DakotaPublicEmployee$ I of Vice President and one three (3) health-care workers in NorthHealth OYficer Terry Dwelle. North Dakota should receive moreRetirement System (NDPERS) year term for Board Director is expir- Dakota. FluMist vaccine cannot M.D."We are starting with health- than 380,000 doses. The North ing. Peac , Garden Room (October 8) be given to young children, prcg- ' care workers with these t'i~t- ~ak(~ta Department ol; Health wilt ......... nant women, people with chronic doses, but we expect much more" ~ontinue to release information as State Capitol . ..,."eor;n" Notice health conditions or those older vaccine to be available in themore wlccine becomes awfilahle 600E. Boulevard Ave. than 50. Therefore, the decision coming weeks. As we receive in the state. Bismarck, ND NOTICE OF HEARING Tues., Nov. 17, 2009 N.D. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CT OIL AND GAS DIVISION (or until no further testimony is offered, The North Dakot' Industrial ' iti g period extended whicheveroccurslast.) Commission will hold a public hearing inery s wa n Copies of the proposed rules may be at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, October 28, viewed online at or 2009, at the N.D. Oil & Gas Division, The U.S. Environmental should be submitted to Steve hind into trust and that EPA issue a at the NDPERS office at the following 1016 East Calgary Ave., Bismarck, N. PrOtection Agency and the Wharton at EPA no later than Clean Water Act National Iocation:NDPERS,400E.Brcedway, Suite 505, Box 1657, Bismarck, ND 58502, orby D. At the hearing the Commission witl Department of Interior-Bureau of Wednesday, Oct. 28. Pollutant Discharge Eliminationcalling(701)328-3900. Wnttencomments receive / testimony and exhibits. Indian Affairs have completed the The EIS evaluates, analyzes System permit for the process may be submitted to the above address Persons with any interest in the cases listed below, take notice, final Environmental hnpact and discloses to the public poten- water discharges associated with until December7, 2009. Ifyouplantoattend PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: Statement for the Mandan, Hidatsa tial environmental impacts of the operation of the proposed refinery, the hearing and will need special fadlities If at the hearing you need special facil- and Arikara (MHA) Nation's MHA Nation's proposal to build a The final EIS and Response to or assistance relating to a disability, please ities or assistance, contact the Oil and Proposed Clean Fuels Refinery on petrolemn refinery and to produce Comments are available on the contacttheNDPERSattheaboveaddress Gas Division at 701-328-8038 by ~ or phone at least three days prior prior to Thursday, October 15, 2009. Fort Bertho]d lndian Reservation buffalo forage on the Fort Berthold Web at: the public hearing. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA near Makoti. Indian Reservation near Dated this lst day of October, 2009 TO:Case No. 11629: Application of Publication of the final EIS onThe Mt]A Nation has requested /ncpa. SparbCotlins Whiting Oil & Gas Corp. for an order Aug. 28 initiated a 30-day waiting that BIA accept 468.39 acres of fee establishing two 1280-acre drilling or spacing units described as Sections period that would have ended 12 and 13, "1-.142 N., R.101W., and Sept. 28. ,~i=,,,=,~Mq Sections 19 and 30, T.142N., In response to requests for addi- I Now Available ... i R.100W., Billings County, N.D., and tional time to review the final EIS, allow a horizontal well to be drilled in ~ Qualified service the Bakken Formation on each such EPA and the Department of drilling or spacing unit at any location Interior have agreed to extend the ~ provider with not closer than 500 feet to the bound- wait period an additional 30 days certified nursing assistant license ary thereof and for such other relief as or until Oct. 28. " is available to is appropriate. The federal agencies are provide personal Signed by, John Hoeven, Governor accepting comments during the care servicesin your home. Chairman, ND Industrial wait period, after which they can Commission make their decisions on the pro- Services include: Activities (October 8) posed federal actions. Comments of Daily Living, Meal Prep, Medication Assistance, * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Laundry, Shopping, .Ic Housekeeping, Exercise 4~ Assistance and many others. ~ Please contact Brenda Frieze at (70t) 872-2149, Beach "k STORAGE SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR ~ Refe ....... A~il~bl~, O~.r, to d~y a ...... .,g ~,~,u~s ~K ~ Administer & #ou~ enterprise slorage & backup environments ,.RAN, NAS, Tivoli Sfotage Manage~. ~ .t~ ~t. Contact us at www.nd.govllTDI 701.328.1002or~1.800.366.6888 S Get your team together Prizes Farm Home Auto Recreational (;2 .~:" Friday-Oct. 23- 7 p.m.