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Page 6 Golden Valley News November 3, 2016 ............. ~}i. 4IN BEACH PROPOSED STREET IMPROVEMENTS LEGEND IMPROVED BTREET8 EXlaTINCt ITREETI -o'~*'~.o.- BOTH IIDEE AIIEIeEO -i.i ONE aIDE AIIEIIED City of Beach, North Dakota Golden Valley County WHEREAS, the City Council of the HtldnI Netlet city of Beach have previously created PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The City of Beach Street Improvement District 2016-2, and :, The Beach City Council will hold a WHEREAS, the City Engineer for Public Hearing at City Hall on Decem- the City of Beach has prepared a report her 5 2016 at 7:30 p.m. for the purpose describing the general nature, purpose, of determining the sufficiency of any and feasibility of the proposed improve- protests against The City of Beach ments to be included in the City of Street Improvement District 2016-2 Beach Street Improvement District which has previously been ,created. 2016-2; and RESOLUTION 2016-16 WHEREAS, a true and accurate A RESOLUTION DECLARING THE map showing the location of the City of NECESSITY OF AN IMPROVEMENT Beach Street Improvement District IN CITY OF BEACH STREET IM- 2016-2 is attached hereto; and PROVEMENT DISTRICT2016-2. WHEREAS, the City Council has considered the contents of said report, and found and determined that the pro- posed improvements are necessary for the orderly and proper maintenance and upkeep of the City; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that it is necessary to provide notice of the proposed improvements to the own- ers of property located within the City of Beach Street Improvement District 2016-2; NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Beach, North Dakota, as follows: 1. That the City Council hereby au- thorizes and directs the City Auditor to have a copy of this resolution, and map published in the official newspaper of the City, once each week for two weeks; 2. The owners of property within said improvement district shall be afforded an opportunity to file written protests with the City Auditor any time within 30 days after the first publication of the Resolution. The City Council shall meet to hear and determine the sufficiency of any written protests that are filed with the City Auditor on or before November 26th Walter Losinski, Mayor Kimberly Nunberg, City Auditor (October 27 and November 3) i,i[ Marilyn Carlson, left, and Edie Abraham pose with some of the mini jack o'lanterns filled with candy that were handed out Hal- loween night. (Courtesy Photo) Gary Riederer, Dolores Kremers. began at 10 am in the Activity Marilyn Carlson, Jessica Savini, Nel- Room for all those wanting to move lie Booth and Christine Finneman their bodies Bingo at 2 p.m. was peeled apples for the kitchen four led by St. Mary's Church members days this past week! That must have from Golva. Elaine Kremers, Mary been a lot of apples the kitchen re- Kay Barthel and Mary Lee Schmitz ceived. They had fun even though it all came with wonderful homemade was a lot of work. Lots of yummy pumpkin pies that were enjoyed recipes the kitchen can now make after the games Patsy Maus made with all those peeled applessome wonderful Rice Krispie Thursday, Oct.20- Mass began at Treats that everyone also shared. 9 a.m. in the Chapel of Angels. Exer- Mary Lee and Gwen Lorenz played cises and shopping both started at 10 the piano afterward and there was a.m. Bingo with Debi Lauf and Gary even a little sing-along. It was a Riederer calling was at 2 p.m. in the great afternoon of fun and yummy Activity Room. Diane Kouba came treats Devotions with Pastor Ben to visit Jowayne Nunberg. Baker were held at 6 p.m. in the Friday, Oct. 21 - Hair Day began Chapel at 8 a.m. with Lezlie Paul and Judy Wednesday, Oct. 26 - Today was Ridenhower as our hair ladies. Mary Jowayne Nunberg's birthday! Mas- Nistler Schaap and Phyllis Nistler sages with Marlene and Bethine Fuller came to visit Charlie Scher- began at 2 p.m. We also filled all the man, Marilyn Carlson and Christine mini Jack O'Lanterns we made last Finneman. Dennis and Melanie Nun- week full of candy to get ready for berg visited Jowayne Nunberg Mar- trick or treating on Halloween. Cof- ley Abraham came to see her mom, fee Time was at 3 p.m. Bethinepre- Edie Abraham pared two platters of tasty treats for Saturday, Oct. 22 - Exercisesall to share Linda Marman came to began at 10 a.m. in the Activity visit many friends at the Manor Room. today Elaine Scherman came back Sunday, Oct. 23 - Cards and from her vacation to Florida. Linda Game Time began at 2:30 p.m. in the Geitzen visited dad Charlie Scher- Dining Room for anyone wanting to man. ~ play. Lois and Chuck Miske came to Inspirational thoughts for the see Florence Miske. week: "You have brains in your head. Monday, Oct. 24 - Reading with You have feet in your shoes. You can Sharon Dietz began at 2 p.m. in the steer yourself any direction you Activity Room She finished the choose" - Dr. Seuss, Oh, the Places book she had been reading to us so You'll Go now on to a new adventure! Jacki "The past has no power over the Thomas visited with Mert and Louie present moment." - Eckhart Tolle Schlautmann.'Tina and Riley Reiss "True friendship is like sound and Bniney'Ols0n v sited with Fern health; the value Of it seldaiti Austby. known until it be lost" '- Charles Tuesday, Oct. 25 - Exercises Caleb Colton Western Cooperative CREDIT UNIr3N WlLLISTON I DICKINSON I HEBRON BEACH I GLEN ULLIN t RAY VVVV'e,,LWC C U .ORG Pictured with First Lady Betsy Dalrymple are cancer survivors ]an Lund, Ali Wald, Kathy ]aeger, and Eileen Wehri owag" ul we're committed to agriculture At Stockman, we are dedicated to our Ag customers and are with them every step of the way - during good times and bad! 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