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. Page 4 Golden Valley News November 12, 2020 PUBLIC NTICES Notice of Sale NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE SALE IN THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF GOLDEN VAL- LEY IN THE DISTRICT COURT, SOUTHWEST 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. CIVIL NUMBER: 17-2019-CV— 00003 . 1.Judgment in the amount of $156,355.23, having been entered in favor of Plaintiff and against Defen- dants, which Judgment was filed with the Clerk of Courts of Golden Valley County, North Dakota, on November 8, 2019, for the foreclosure of a real es- tate mortgage. . 2.Notice is hereby given pursuant to said Judgment that the real property described in the Mortgage dated Feb- ruary 9, 2015, which Mortgagors, John Means, executed and delivered to Mort- gage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for American Mortgage & Equity Consultants, Inc., a CorpOra- tion, its successors and assigns. 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. 329 3rd Avenue Northeast, Beach, ND 58621 and recorded 'in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Golden Valley County, North Dakota, on February 11, 2015, Instrument Number 15104941. Said Mortgage was assigned to Plain- tiff, its successors or assigns, by As- signment of Mortgage recorded May 3, 2016, Instrument Number 16105766, . 3.ln order to realize the amount of $156,355.23, as of November 8, 2019, plus interest accruing thereafter on said amount at the rate of 4.12500% per year together with the costs and ex— penses of sale, will be sold subject to redemption as provided by law as one parcel of land at public auction, subject to the lien for unpaid real estate taxes and assessments of Golden Valley County, North Dakota, and easements and restrictions of record, to the high- est bidder for cash under the direction of the Sheriff of Golden. Valley County, North Dakota, at the main entrance of the Golden Valley County Courthouse located at 150 1st Avenue SE, Beach, North Dakota 58621, on December 18, 2020 ("Sale Date"), at 10:00 AM. 4.lf the sale is set aside for reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be enti- tled only to a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser shall haVe no further re- course against the Mortgagor, the Mort- gagee or the Mortgagee’s attorney. DATED this 28th day of October, 2020. SHERIFF OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY ls/Roger J. Clemens By: Sheriff / Deputy Sheriff of Golden Valley Halliday, Watkins Mann, P.C. By Scott S. Skeen Attorneys for Plaintiff 376 East 400 South, Suite 300 Salt Lake City, UT 84111 801 -355-2886 Email: scott@hwmlawfirm.com Bar: 09334 ' (November 5, 12 and 19) Bids ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed Bids for the construction of the 2021 Street and Utility Improve- ments will be received by the City of Beach at the office of City Hall, at 153 E Main Street, Beach, North Dakota 58621 until 2:00 p.m. local time on No— vember 30, 2020, at which time the Bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids being mailed or delivered prior to November 30, 2020, can be sent to: City of Beach c/o Ms. Kim Gaugler, City Auditor 153 E Main Street Beach, ND 58621 The Work consists of all labor, skill, and materials required to properly con- struct the Improvements. Major com- ponents of the unit price contract include: Contract No. 1 — General Construc- tion: Work generally consist of approx- imately 5,000 square yards of bituminous pavement removal and re- placement along with sub grade and sub base improvements — these im- provements are limited to the area of the trench required to replace utilities; 900 linear feet of concrete curb and gutter; 1,200 square feet of concrete valley gutter; 250 square feet of con- crete driveway; 980 square feet of con- crete sidewalk; 3,000 linear feet of open-cut 6-8-inch PVC water main; 60 water service connections; fittings, hy- drants, and appurtenances; 850 square yards of landscaping and seeding; ero- sion and traffic control; and temporary water service. ' . All Work shall be done according to the Bidding Documents. The Issuing Office for the Bidding Documents is: Advanced Engineering and Environ- mental Services, |nc., 1815 Schafer Street, Ste 301, Bismarck, ND 58501, contact person is Eric Lothspeich at 701 -221 -0530 or email at Eric.Lothspe— ich@ae2s.com for all bidding document interpretations and clarifications. Prospective Bidders may examine the I Bidding Documents at the Issuing Of- fice on Mondays through Fridays be- , tween the hours of 8:00 am. and 5:00 p.m., and may obtain copies of the Bid- ding Documents from the Issuing Office as described below. ' Complete digital project Bidding Documents are available at www.AE2S.com or www.questcdn.com. You may download the digital plan doc- uments for Fifty Dollars ($50.00) by in- putting Quest project #7387277 on the website’s Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233- 1632 or info@questcdn.com for assis- tance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with this dig- ital project information. The Bidding Documents are available in the form of printed plans and specifications by re- quest from AE2S, 1815 Schafer St, Suite 301, Bismarck, ND (701-221- 0530) for a NON-REFUNDABLE charge of One Hundred Twenty Five Dollars and No Cents ($125.00) for each set of Plans and Specifications re- quested. Bidding Documents may also be examined at the offices of AE2S in Grand Forks, Fargo and Williston, ND; and Maple Grove, MN, builders’ ex- changes in Grand Forks, Bismarck, Minot, and Fargo, ND, and in Min- neapolis, MN. All bidding document in- terpretations and clarifications shall be directed to AE2S. All Bids will be made on the basis of cash payment for such work and mate- rials. Each bid must be accompanied by a separate envelope containing the contractor's license and bid security. The bid security must be in a sum equal to five percent (5%) of the full amount cf the bid and must be in the form of a bid- der's bond. A bidder's bond must be ex— ecuted by the bidder as principal and by a surety, conditioned that if the prin- cipal's bid is accepted and the contract awarded to the principal, the principal, within ten days after notice of the r award, shall execute a contract in ac- cordance with the terms of the bid and the bid bond and any condition of the governing body. A countersignature of a bid bond is not required under this section. If a successful bidder does not execute a contract within the ten days allowed, the bidder‘s bond must be for- feited to the governing body and the project awarded to the nextlowest re- sponsible bidder. The bidder shall be licensed for the full amount of the bid as required by section 43-07—12 of the NDCC. Bids that do not fully comply with re- quirements of NDCC 48-01205 are considered deficient and will be re- sealed and returned to the bidder im- mediately. Bidders on this Work will be required to comply with Title 40 CFR Part 33 — Participation by Disadvantaged Busi- ness Enterprises in the United States Environmental Protection Agency Pro- grams. The requirements for Bidders and Contractors under this regulation concerning utilization of Minority Busi- ness Enterprises (MBE), Women’s Business Enterprises (WBE), and Small Business Enterprises (SBE) are explained in the Specifications. The goal for MBE is 2% of the total dollar value of the Project; The goal for WBE is 3% of the total dollar value of the Project. . Bidders are notified that all applica— ble provisions of the Copeland Act (29 CFR Part 3), the Davis-Bacon Act (29 CFR Parts 1, 3, and 5), and Buy Amer— ican Requirements, apply to this proj- ect. Bidders on this Work will be required to comply with the President’s Execu— tive Order No. 11246, as amended. The requirements for Bidders and Con- tractors under this order are explained in the Specifications. The Owner reserves the right to re- ject any or all Bids and rebid the project until a satisfactory bid is received, and further reserves the right toaward the Contract in the best interests of the Owner. The Owner reserves the right to hold the three (3) low Bids for a pe- riod of forty-five (45) days after the date of the Bid opening to complete financial arrangements. All Bidders are invited to be present at the public opening of the Bids. Dated this 30th day of October 2020. By: President Beach, ND (November 5, 12 and 19) /s/ Jeanne Larson, Council Hearing Notice . NOTICE OF ZONING HEARING “NOTE” This meeting location may be changed to a virtual setting only. If this happens, login details will be posted online at https://www.billingscountynd.gov/ The Billings County Planning Zon- ing Commission will hold a public hear- ing on Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 1:00 PM in the Commissioner’s Room at the county courthouse, Medora, ND to consider recommending to the Board of County Commissioners the ap- proval or denial of the following items: Review zoning regulations pertain— ing to the raising of chickens and poul- try in residential zoning districts and on agricultural lots with less than 40 acres. Discuss possible recommenda- tions for amending the Billings County ' Zoning Ordinance. Review zoning regulations pertain- ing to short-term rental properties in residential, agricultural, and recre- ational zoning districts. Discuss possi— ble recommendations for amending the Billings County Zoning Ordinance. Old Business: None The board will also address poten- tial & pending zoning violations and rec- ommend any action needed by the Zoning Director, State’s Attorney, or Board of County Commissioners. Applications are available for review during regular office hours at the Billings County Courthouse. If special accommodations are needed, please notify the auditor so that appropriate aids can be made available. Dated at this 30th day of October, 2020. Stacey Swanson Zoning Director (November 5 and 12) Medora Meeting Notice Golva Repair annual meeting will be held on Thursday, Dec. 3, at 7 p.m. at the Golva Bar meeting room. (November 12, 19 and 26) How seniors can save mone Dear Savvy Senior, What tips can you recommend for finding affordable prescription eye- glasses? I used to have vision insur- ance through my work. but lost it when I turned 65 and signed up for Medicare. Need Spectacles Dear Need, Unfortunately, in 2020 it’s still true that original Medicare does not cover vision services, which includes routine eye exams and prescription eyeglasses — unless you’ve just had cataract surgery. While there’s no one solution to this common need, here are a few tips that can help you save. ‘ Medicare Advantage While original Medicare doesn’t cover vision services, there are Medicare Advantage plans that do. Medicare Advantage plans, which are sold through private insurance companies, cover all the same med- ical and hospital services that origi- nal Medicare does, but many of them also provide vision as well as dental, hearing and prescription drugs too. To locate Advantage plans in your area that provide vision coverage, go to Medicare.gov/plan-compare or call 800-633-4227. But before en- rolling in a plan, check the benefit SAI'lv'T ‘ By Jim Miller ’ details to ensure the plan’s vision coverage includes routine eye exams, eyeglass frames and lenses. If you are currently enrolled in original Medicare you can switch to a Medicare Advantage plan each year during the open enrollment period, which is between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7. Or, if you already have an Advantage plan that doesn’t provide adequate vision coverage, you can swapvto an— other plan between Jan. 1 and March 31. If, however, you don’t want to change your Medicare plan, you can still get coverage by purchasing a vi- sion insurance policy — see eHealth- Insurance.com. Vision policies typically start at around $11 to $13 per month for an- individual, but be fore signing up make sure your sav— ings potential is worth the cost of the monthly premiums and required co— pays. ’ Discount Stores Purchasing eyeglasses from dis— count retailers is another way to save. Celebrating statehood Shown, from left, are Garett Bargmann, Mrs. Tammy Nistler and Carter Klym at DeMores Elementary in Medora. The stu- dents celebrated North Dakota’s 13.1st birthday, Monday, Nov. 2. They viewed and learned facts and studied about famous North Dakotans. (Courtesy Photo) Alzheimer's Association providing virtual presentation The Alzheimer’s Association will offer a free virtual presentation titled Dementia Conversations. This free webinar will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 17, from 5—6 p.m. (CST). This presentation is open tothe public; registration is re- quired. This project is supported by funding granted through the North Dakota Department of Human Serv-' ices Aging Service Division. Cal 1—800-272-3900 to pre—reg- ister for the class.‘ NDSU sets State of Economy Conference North Dakota State University is hosting a virtual state of the economy conference from 9 am. to 4:30 p.m. Nov. 18. Experts from the NDSU Center for the Study of Public Choice and Private Enterprise and NDSU Exten- sion will discuss and answer ques-‘ tions about North Dakota’s economy and its agriculture and energy indus- tries. “North Dakota’s economy faces many challenges,” says Jeremy J ack- son, professor of agribusiness and applied economics and director of the Center for the Study of Public Choice and Private Enterprise. “In this vir— tual conference, researchers will . paint a picture of where we are and where we are going.” To learn more and to register, visit www.ndsu.edu. . v ' WANTED: Looking for Valmar or Gandy seeders to buy, most models. Call Paul 763-286-2037 Costco Optical is one of the best dis— count stores for good eyewear and. low prices. Eyeglasses cost an aver- age of around $184, but to shop there you have to pay a $60 annual mem- bership fee. Someother good retail options for low prices include Sam’s Club Optical and walmart Vision Centers. You also need to find out if you are eligible for any discounts. Some retailers provide discounts to mem— bership groups like AARP and AAA. AARP members, for example, can get 30 percent off a pair of glasses (frames and lenses) at LensCrafters and G1asses.com, and you save an additional $10 on a complete pair at Target Optical. AARP also offers $55 comprehensive eye exams (dilation included) at participating eye doc— tors. See AARPVisionDiscounts.com for more information. Buy Online Buying eyeglasses online can also offer huge savings. Stores like Zen- niOptica1.com, and EyeBuyDi- rect.com sell prescription eyeglasses for as little as $6 and $7. These sites let you upload a photo of your face, so you can see what you’d look like in different frames. Or, for a snappier choice of frames see WarbyParker.com, which y on prescription eyeglasses offers single~vision glasses starting at $95. They even offer a free pro- gram where you can request up to five pairs to try on at home for five days. To purchase glasses online, you’ll ' need a valid prescription from an eye doctor (typically no more than a year old), plus your pupillary distance number, which is the distance, meas- ured in millimeters, between the cen- ters of your pupils in each eye. Low-Income Assistance ' If your income is low, depending on where you live, there may be some local clinics that provide free or discounted eye exams and eye- glasses. Put in a call to your local Lions Club to see what’s available in yOur area. See Directory.Lion— sClubs.org for contact information. You may also be able to get free eyeglasses through New Eyes (New— Eyes.org, 973-376-4903), a nonprofit organization that provides free eye- glasses through a voucher program to people in financial need. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, PO. Box 5443, Nor- man, OK 73070, or visit SavvySe- nior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book. Hallmark (Continued from Page 3) It requires, as well, a declaration of commitment to the Constitution, the values of .democracy and the welfare of all the people —— federalists and re— publicans alike. The symmetry of historical de- mands upon the defeated candidate are clearly more burdensome. De- prived of the soaring spirit and en- ergy enjoyed by the winner, the “runner-up” possesses only flagging spirit and energy. But grace and mag- nanimity must be summoned, for the ' good of the republic, and in the in- terest of national unity. It is the essence of a peaceful transfer of power. To his credit, Adams spoke of Jef- ferson’s “splendid talents” and “the long experience.” Aline ofsubse.— «quent presidents, defeated while in quest of “four more years,” including Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Sheriff's monthly report Billings County Sheriff’s Office report for October: Traffic: warnings, 30; citations, i 4; truck regulatory contacts, 1; pa— pers served, 2; general police calls, 28; motdrist assists, 8; vandalism, 2; fire call assists, 5; accidents, 3; con- trol burn calls, 16; hunting com; plaints, 8; ambulance call assists, 6; agency assists, 2; animal complaint, 4; total calls for service, 82. - Citation breakdown: speeding, 3; violation of burn ban, 1. Total ci- tations, 4. Total warnings, 30 — Breakdown where citations were issued: county roads, 4. Did you know The Billings County 1 Pioneer and Golden Valley News have shared advertising and ~ have been sharing the news for some of their inside pages for about ‘50 years. This means the coverage of your ad isn ’1‘ limited to just either county! Our primary coverage area is western Stark County and west to the Montana border. It pays to advertise! Bush, passed the baton as part of a peaceful transition of power and found words of respect and congrat- ulations to Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton, respectively, in the spirit of national unity and the welfare of the nation. , Failure in this duty wbuld inflict lasting harm to the republic, and to the ideals of those who created it. ~~ Adler is president of The Alturas Institute, created to advance Ameri- can Democracy through promotion of the Constitution, civic education, equal protection and gender equality. 1 ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TO REVISE ADMINISTRATIVE RULES Relating to NDDPI Administration, Library Media Specialist Credentials, School Bus Standards, and Special Education North Dakota Department of Public Instruction (N DDPI) will hold a public hearing to address the proposed changes of ND. Admin. Codes 67—01. General Administration; 6741, Education Professional Credentials; 67-12, Standards for School Buses; and 67-23, Special Education at the ' Missouri River Room State Capitol 600 E. Boulevard Ave. Bismarck, ND 58505 Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020 9:30 am. DUE TO COVlD—19 and the limited number of people that can be physically ac- commodated in the above-designated public hearing room, we encourage written or oral comments be submitted as set forth below. There will be realtime public streaming ofthe public hearing through Microsoft Teams. No written testimony will be accepted through the Microsoft Teams meeting. All individuals that attend. whether virtual. on the phone, or in person, will havethe opportunity to provide public comments. ’ ' The revisions to Organization of De- partment and Definitions in 67411 are to align with current department organization. definitions, and qualifications for the Super- intendent of Public Instruction. Revisions to the Library Media Credential in 67—11 will update standards and course requirements for those obtaining that credential. Revisions to Standards for School Buses in 67-12 are to align with federal requirements. Revisions to Special Education Dispute Resolution in 67-23 is to update the website address. The proposed rules may be reviewed at the NDDPI Office of School Approval and Opportunity. ND State Capitol, 600 E. Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, ND 58505— 0440. A copy of the proposed rules maybe requested in Writing to the above address, to the attention of Jim Upgren, emailing jimup gren@nd.gov, or calling 701-328—2244. Written and oral comments may be sent to the above address or telephone number until 5:00 pm. on Monday, December 21, 2020. If you plan to attend the public hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability. please contact the NDDPI at the above telephone number or address at least five days prior to the public hearing. Information conceming access to the hearing by telephone or through Micro~ soft Teams can be obtained by contacting Jim Upgren with the Department of Public Instruction at 701-3282244, jimupgren@ nd.gov or visiting https://www.nd.gov/dpil DecAdminHearing. - Dated this 5th day of November 2020. Jim Upgren.Assistant Director Otiioe of School Approval and Opportunity ND Dept. of Public Instruction