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Page 6 ' November 8, 2007 Meeting Notice Sentinel Civil Township has moved its meetings to the second Wednesday of each month: The next meeting will be November 14, 2007. (November 8) Meeting notice Notice of Zoning Meeting The Golden Valley Planning &-. Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on Friday, November 9, 2007, at 3:00 p.m. in the Commissioner's Room of the County Courthouse. The purpose of the hearing is to review and make a recommendation on a setback variance for Midstate Communications for the proposed construction of two storage sheds in the SEl/4 of Section 21-T42N-R103W and in the NWl/4 of Section 9-T141N- RIO5W. Stacey Heckaman Zoning Director (November 1, 8) Notice to bidders The North'Dakota Department of Transportation is accepting bids for caretaker/custodial services at the Beach Visitor Center in Beach, North Dakota. Bidder packets can be picked up during normal business hours (7AM to 12 Noon and 1PM to 5PM) at the Dickinson District Office, 1700 3rd Ave. W Suite 101, Dickinson, ND 58601-3009. It is anticipated that the successful bidder will begin work on January 1, 2008. Sealed bids are due by :12 noon, November 20, 2007 at the Dickinson District office. The envelope should be marked "Bid for caretaker/custodial services at the Beach Visitor Center". The NDDOT reserves the right to reject any or all bids. (November 1, 8) Notice of Annual Sale NOTICE OF ANNUAL SALE OF REAL ESTATE FORFEITED TO GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the following real estate has been for- feited to the County of Golden Valley, State of North Dakota, for delinquent taxes; that said County has taken tax deed to such property and will offer it for sale at public auction at the Office of the County Auditor in the Golden Valley County Courthouse on Tuesday, November 20, 2007, begin- ning at 9:00 A.M MST. Each parcel of real estate will be offered separately and sold to the highest qualified bidder thereof, but not for a sum less than the minimum sale price. This sale will continue from day to day until complete. REAL PROPERTY, FIXTURES, AND STRUCTURES ARE WITHOUT WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION. ATTENTION PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If you plan to attend this auction and you need special facil- ities or assistance relating to a disabil- ity, please contact the Auditor's Office at least 10 days prior to the sale. CITY OF BEACH DESCRIPTION: Lot 10 Block 5 Hunter's 2nd Add 4th Ave. SE; MINIMUM SALE PRICE: $5,000. Dated this 25th day of October, 2007. Cecilia Stedman County Auditor (November 8) Money Market Premier Account NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND ADMINISTRATIVE RULES relating to Eligibility for Medicaid "and Children's Health Insurance Program. North Dakota Department of Human Services will hold a public hearing to address amendments to N.D. Admin Code chapters 75-02-02.1 and 75-02-02.2. AV Room, Room 210 Second Floor JudicialWing State Capitol, Bismarck Fri Dec. 7, 2007 2:00 p.m. CT (will continue until 3:30 p.m. or until no further testimony is offered, whichever occurs first) A copy of the proposed rules are available for review at county social services offices and Human Service Centers. Copies of the proposed rules and the regulatory analysis relating to th~se rules may be requested by telephoning (701) 328-2311, Written or oral data, views or arguments may be entered at the hearing or sent to: Rules Administrator, North Dakota Department of Human Services, State Capitol- Judicial Wing, 600 East Boulevard Ave Dept, 325, Bismarck, ND 58505-0250, and must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on December 20, 2007. If you plan to attend the hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the Department of Human Services at the above telephone number or address at least two weeks prior to the hearing. icare open aroun ND Insurance Commissioner might be interested in switching affordable and offers adequate cov- Adam W. Hamm recently reminded plans or those that are signing up for erage." seniors that the annual open enroll- the first time should phone "2-1-1" Specifically, consumers should meat period for Part D prescription from any telephone in North Dakota consider when the "donut hole," drug coverage is right around the and answer a few questions to nar- which is a temporary break in drug comer, row down plan options. Shortly coverage when beneficiaries and The open enrollment period for after the call, a customized compar- the drug plan have paid $2,510 Part D runs from November 15 to ison listing Part D plans will be pre- towards the cost of prescriptions, December 31,2007. pared comparing premium costs for occurs in their current plan. "It is very important that seniors suitable plans and sent to the caller. Beneficiaries should also make sure and other beneficiaries make the Once a plan is chosen, joining is their specific prescriptions are cov- most of their Medicare coverage easy. Beneficiaries have the follow- ered and that the plan contracts with and consider whether or not they ing options: their preferred pharmacy. should change their drug plan for Enroll directly with the select- Beneficiaries who are satisfied with 2008," Hamm said. ed plan by calling the plan's toll- the plans they have, do not have to For the past two years, the free number; do anything--they will be re- Department of Insurance through its Call their insurance agents; enrolled automatically. State Health Insurance Counseling Visit Medicare's website, Those who wouldlike assistance Fire Hall tour (SHIC) program has been the main www.medicare.gov or. callin person should consider attending source of impartial, personal coun- Medicare toll-free at 1-800-633- a community enrollment event in Golva students who went on a tour of the Golva Fire Hall seling on the Part D policies. 4227; their area. on Oct. 29, are, from left, Brady Norton, Brannon Davidson, This year SHIC has partnered Call RSVP at 701-258-5436 on Upcoming events will be held in Anthony Hard;hess; cayden Sarsland, Samuel Stoveland, with the ND Community Services Monday, Wednesday or Friday Bismarck, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Lucas Nistler, McKenzie Volk, Breenna Davidson, Casey Helpline known as 2-1-1 and the between 12:30 pm- 3:30 pm; or Forks, Jamestown, Minot and Fischer and Rachel Bosserman. Retired Seniors Volunteer Program Call SHIC toll-free at 1-888- Williston. (RSVP) to be sure all Medicare ben- 575-6611. For dates and locations of these eficiaries get the information they Hamm said, "Before switchingevents or for other information, need plans or signing up, beneficiaries including assistahce, the SHIC toll- Eligible Nort,h Dakotans that should make sure the plan is still free numberis 1-888-575-6611. Schieffer Benefit ould take notice when parking v, November 17, 2007. Backyard Bar The North Dakota Game and Kading said. of the road. Free will offer supper. Chili & Baked Potato Fish Department reminds hunters to During hunting season, farmers "We are just asking hunters to 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. park their vehicles in a place that and ranchers are busy with fall farm make it easier for landowners by Raffle Drawing and Live Auction 8:00 pm will not block roads or approaches duties, including harvesting crops, being aware of the surroundings If you would like to donate to the auction, items can be dropped off at to farm fields, moving cattle and hauling bales, when parking a vehicle," he said. the Backyard or at West Plains Implement Kevin Kading, private land sec- "Some landowners may have "You can find a place to park that Any questions, call Andy Zachmann or Ladonna Egan 701-872-4154 tion leader, said this has become an land enrolled in the Working Lands won't infringe on the landowner." Benefit sponsored by Thrivent Financial issue for landowners who arePLOTS program," Kading said.Kadingalso asks hunters to prac- enrolled in the department's Private "These lands may cpntain crop or tice proper etiquette, such as pick- Land Open To Sportsmen program, hay fields, or pastures with cattle, ing up trash and empty shells, and and for those who are not enrolled The farmer or rancher needs access not to clean game in the road ditch , in PLOTS. to those fields or pastures, especial- or by PLOTS signs. "This serves as a good reminder ly this time of year." "Hunters must respect the =, ~F for hanterstopayattentiontofarm One landowner mentioned to landowners and the land," Kading yOU Jr~lSS equipment, and to park their vehi- Kading that it was difficult for him added. "This is private property, m cles inn place that will not block a to get his equipment past a himter's Keep the land the way you would Billi roadway, field approach or gate," vehicle that was parked on the side want it if it was your own." Subscribe to the ngs County Pioneer or the annln, recrea Golden Valley News! Winter is now upon us and if you ing the body's extremities: head, Finally let people know where are planning recreational activities face, hands and feet. These are the you are going and when to expect this winter here are a few things to areas most apt to be frostbitten, you back. If stranded, stay with your keep in mind: Also carry essential winter sur- vehicle. If lost while participating in Expect the unexpected - North vival gear--matches, (cotton balls any outdoor activity, find shelter and Dakota's weather can be very covered in Vaseline and stuffed in a stay put. 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