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Page 4 Golden Valley News November 21, 2013 Legal Notices Notice NOTICE TO CREDITORS (ANCILLARY PROCEEDING) Probate No. 04-2013PR-11 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF BILLINGS COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Elizabeth Musta, a/k/a Elizabeth Ziemba and Elizabeth Ziemba Musta, Deceased. NOTICE IF HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal representative of the above estate. All persons having claims against the deceased are required to present their claims within three months after the date of the first publication or mailing of this notice or the claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Cheryl Petykowski, personal representative of the estate, at 9871 James Avenue N.E., Ostego, MN 55362 or filed with the Court Dated this 6th day of November, 2013. /s/Cheryl Petykowski, Personal Rep- resentative 9871 James Ave. N.E. Ostego, MN 55362 Gordon H. Hansmeier Rajkowski Hansmeier Ltd. 11 Seventh Avenue North P.O. Box 1433 St. Cloud, MN 56302 Telephone: (320) 251-1055 License - #04653 Attorney for Personal Representa- tive (November 14, 21 and 28) Notice NOTICE OF ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT On November 5, 2013, the Billings County Commission adopted various amendments to the Zoning Ordinance. The following amendments, will take ef- fect thirty (30) days from the date of the first publication of this notice. A copy of the adopted amendment is available for inspection at the office of the Billings County Auditor, Medora, ND between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm, (MST) Monday through Friday. It is also available on the county website at www.billingscountynd.gov. AMENDMENT TO BILLINGS COUNTY ZONING RESOLUTION NO. 1 6.15 Supplemental Design Stan- dards 6.15.1 Applicants for zoning permits shall demonstrate compliance of their pro- posed use and development with the following design standards in the appli- cation and shall continue to meet these standards if approved: 1) Adequate water service in terms of quality, quantity, and dependability is available to the site to serve the uses permitted 2) Adequate sewer service is avail- able 3) Adequate fire protection meas- ures are available 4) All parking and loading and vehi- cle storage activities shall take place on the site and no parking shall be permit- ted within any public right-of-way except in approved residential areas 5) An access and traffic manage- ment plan shall be provided which iden- tifies anticipated traffic volumes and provides appropriate access locations and circulation patterns within the site. The County may require service roads, acceleration anti'deceleration, and turn- :,ing lanes to,facilitate the safe and ex- pedient movement of traffic 6) Any proposal which involves truck traffic must have an approved dust con- trol plan 7) Responsibility for maintenance of the land being developed and a stan- dard for the control of invasive md nox- ious weeds shall be established as prescribed by the ND Cer)tury Code and the Billings County Wed Control Management Plan. 6.15.2 Applicants for zoning permits may demonstrate compliance of their pro- posed use and development with the following design standards in the appli- cation and shall continue to meet these standards if deemed necessary by the board of county commissioners: 1) Compliance with the following stormwater management standards: a) Onsite retention facilities de- signed to retain stormwater runoff from the fully developed site from a 100 year storm shall be provided except that a CAFO must meet all applicable County, State, .and Federal requirements b) Drainage facilities must be de- signed by a North Dakota licensed en- gineer to protect downstream areas from erosion and inundation and must meet all requirements of North Dakota law 2) Berms or trees and bushes to screen the development from surround- ing areas and which helps to blend the development into the rural landscape UPDATES FOR AGRICULTURAL DISTRICTS: 5.1.3 Lot Area and Yard Require- ments a) The minimum lot area for the Agri- culture District shall be five (5) acres b) Each front yard must have a min- imum depth of 75 feet c) Each side yard must have a min- imum width of 25 feet d) Each rear yard must have a min- imum depth of 25 feet e) The minimum lot width and mini- mum lot depth is that size which allows all applicable highway setbacks, lot area, and yard requirements to be met UPDATES FOR RESIDENTIAL DIS- TRICTS: 5.2.3 Lot Area and Yard Require- ments a) The minimum lot area for the Res- idential District shall be five (5) acres. For lots platted prior to November 5, 2013, a single-family dwelling and ac- cessory buildings may be erected on a lot having a minimum lot area of 40,000 square feet provided said lot meets the minimum standards for on-site sewage disposal by the Southwest District Health Unit or North Dakota State Health Department. b) Each front yard must have a min- imum depth of 75 feet. c) Each side yard must have a min- imum width of 10 feet. d) Each rear yard must have a min- imum depth of 25 feet. e) The minimum lot width and mini- mum lot depth is that size which allows all applicable highway setbacks, lot area, and yard requirements to be met 5.2.4 Lot Area and Yard Require- ments - for Major Subdivisions a) The minimum lot area for single family dwelling units, in areas where public water and sewer are not avail- able, shall be 65,000 square feet pro- vided that the site meets the minimum standards for on-site sewage disposal by the Southwest District Health Unit or the North Dakota State Health Depart- ment. The minimum lot width shall be one hundred (100) feet and lot depth two hundred (200) feet. For lots platted prior to November 5, 2013, a single- family dwelling and accessory buildings may be erected on a lot having a mini- mum lot area of 40,000 square feet pro- vided said lot meets the minimum standards for on-site sewage disposal by the Southwest District Health Unit or North Dakota State Health Department. b) The minimum lot area for single family dwelling units in areas where public water and/or sewer are available shall be 12,750 square feet provided the lot has a minimum lot width of eighty-five (85) feet. c) The minimum lot area for multi- family units shall be the same as those for single family units, provided how- ever, that an area of not less than 2,500 additional square feet shall be required for each dwelling unit over one in num- ber in multi-family structures. d) Each front yard must have a min- imum depth of 75 feet. With the follow- ing exception: 1) Lots within Original Fryburg or the Updike Addition to Fryburg shall have a minimum front yard depth of 25 feet. e) Each side yard must have a min- imum width of 10 feet. f) Each rear yard must have a mini- mum depth of 25 feet. UPDATES FOR RECREATIONAL DISTRICTS 5.3.3 Lot Area and Yard Require- ments a) The minimum lot area for the Recreational District shall be five (5) acres b) Each front yard must have a min- imum depth of 75 feet c) Each side yard must have a min- imum width of 25 feet d) Each rear yard must have a min- imum depth of 25 feet e) The minimum lot width and mini- mum lot depth is that size which allows all applicable highway setbacks, lot area, and yard requirements to be met UPDATES FOR COMMERCIAL DISTRICTS 5.4.2 Lot Area and Yard Require- ments a) The minimum lot area for the Commercial District shall be five (5) acres. For lots platted prior to Novem- ber 5, 2013, commercial buildings and structures may be erected on a lot hav- ing a minimum lot area of 40,000 square feet provided said lot meets the minimum standards for on-site sewage disposal by the Southwest District Health Unit or North Dakota State Health Department. b) Each front yard must have a min- imum depth of 75 feet. c) Each side yard must have a min- imum width of 50 feet d) Each rear yard must have a min- imum depth of 50 feet e) The minimum lot width and mini- mum lot depth is that size which allows all applicable highway setbacks, lot area, and yard requirements to be met UPDATES FOR INDUSTRIAL DIS- TRICTS 5.5.5 Lot Area and Yard Require- ments a) The minimum lot area for the In- dustrial District shall be five (5) acres. b) The minimum setback from the centerline of all section lines and the front public road or access shall be 250 feet. c) Each front yard must have a min- imum depth of 150 feet d) Each side yard must have a min- imum width of 100 feet e) Each rear yard must have a min- imum depth of 100 feet f) The minimum lot width and mini- mum lot depth is that size which allows all applicable highway setbacks, lot area, and yard requirements to be met. g) No Industrial District boundary shall be located within 1,250 feet from the boundary of any Residential District. OTHER AMENDMENTS TO IN- CLUDE WITHIN THE ORDINANCE 2.3 Definitions 36.1) Dwelling, Recreational, i.e. Cabins- A building used exclusively for temporary human living quarters of no less than 400 square feet and no greater than 900 square feet, but not in- cluding hotels, motels, mobile homes, or recreational vehicles as herein de- fined. Structures contain one (1) dwelling unit only and generally fit the appearance of a small single family dwelling, but are often modular struc- tures and may be designed to be trans- ported to the site. 5.1.2 Conditionally Permitted Uses -Agriculture District r) Up to two (2) cabins may be al- lowed as accessory buildings in an Agri- cultural District on lots with five (5) acres or more. The above Amendment was ap- proved by the Billings County Board of County Commissioners on the 5th day of November, 2013. By: James R. Arthaud, Board Chair- man Attest: Marcia Lamb, County Audi- tor/Treasurer Pursuant to the provisions of N.D.C.C. Section 11-33-10, any person aggrieved by any provision contained within the adopted amendment shall have thirty (30) days from the date of the first publication of this notice to file with the Billings County Auditor a peti- tion to the County Commission for a separate hearing regarding the objec- tion. The petition must be in writing and state with specificity the grounds for ob- jection to the adoption of the whole, or any part, of the adopted amendments to the Billings County Zoning Ordi- nance. Dated at Medora this 8th day of No- vember, 2013. Stacey Swanson Zoning Director (November 14 and 21) Beach Public School PROCEEDS OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BEACH BOARD OF EDUCATION Unofficial Minutes Subject to Review and Revision of the Board November 13, 2013 6:00 p.m. Room 11 Present: Bob Makelky, Maurice Hardy, Jay Johnson, Misty Farnstrom, Larry Helvik, Brandt Gaugler, Dave Wegner and Troy Hoffer. Absent: Kim Nunberg and Robert Sperry Visitors: President Makelky called the meet- ing to order at 6:00 p.m. No visitors were present. Makelky called for approval agenda. Motion by Hardy, second by Johnson to approve agenda. Motion carries unan- imously. Farnstrom presented October 9, 2013 regular meeting minutes. Discus- sion. Motion by Hardy, second by John- son to approve minutes. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presente,d general fund bills. Motion by Hardy, second by John- son to approve bills. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented activity fund bills. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, second by Johnson to approve bills. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented food service fund bills. Discussion. Motion by Johnson, second by Hardy to approve bills. Motion carries unanimously Farnstrom presented general fund manual checks. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, second by Johnson to ap- prove bills. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented activity fund manual checks. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, second by Johnson to ap- prove bills. Motion carries unanimously. Farnstrom presented October pay- roll. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, sec- ond by Johnson, to approve payroll. Motion carries unanimously. 38951 American Legacy Publishing 409.10 38952 Ameripride 112.94 38953 AT&T Mobility 45.08 38954 ATD-American Co. 2,598.64 38955 AVI Systems 1,649.00 38956 Linda Bacon 59.60 38957 Beach Food Center 468.20 38958 Beach School Food Service 154.04 38959 Best Western Seven Seas 1,128.60 38960 Boss Office and Computer Products 212.79 38961 Cenex Fleetcar 171.03 2995 FBLA-PBL NLC Registrations 190.00 2996 March of Dimes 136.32 2997 Rodney Merkel 408.31 2998 NDSAA 360.00 2999 Pepsi Cola Bottling Company 255.00 3000 Queen City Candy 228.00 3001 WaI-Mart Stores Inc. 179.17 3002 Wells Fargo 764.88 7001 Beach Food Center 59.87 7002 Beach Pharmacy 26.24 7003 Corner Market 23.22 7004 Dean Foods NC 1,727.38 7005 DPI Food Distribution 292.85 7006 Troy and Kara Finneman 137.50 7007 Reliable One Inc. 606.13 7009 US Foodservice Inc. 8,916.46 Helvik presented correspondence. Letter from DPI approving con- struction request for staff housing was presented. Discussion. Helvik presented finance. 2013-2014 budget revisions were distributed and reviewed. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, second by John- son to approve budget revisions. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik presented unfinished busi- ness. Ubl Design has been chosen as the architect for the addition to the ele- mentary. Gaugler arrived at the meet- ing. Discussion. Ubl Design submitted a contract which is being reviewed by the school attorney. Motion by Hardy, second by John- son to approve contract pending con- tract review from school attorney. Roll call vote carries unanimously. Helvik would like to proceed on seeking quotes for a small tractor or tool cat and a suburban for the school. Dis- cussion. Helvik presented policy. Policy DBD-Classified Staff Intent to Rehire was presented. Discussion. Policy FCBD-Student Custody was presented. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, second by John- son to approve first reading for both policies. Roll call vote carries unani- mously. Exhibit FACB-E Student Residency Verification, exhibit FACB-E2 Student Residency Checklist, exhibit FAAA-E Open Enrollment and Tuition Agree- ment Comparison Guide, and exhibit FGA-E3 FERPA Release Form For Par- ents were discussed. Helvik presented negotiations. The athletics and extracurricular activities salaries proceeding beyond districts, regionals and to the state com- petitions needs to be reviewed. The request for payment upon sep- aration or termination of employment for unused sick leave needs to be re- viewed. Discussion. Helvik presented new business. Helvik distributed new superin- tendent evaluation document from NDSBA. Discussion. Motion by Hardy, sec- ond by Johnson to approve new evalu- ation document. Roll call vote carries u n animously_ Discu ssF6n. Evaluations are to be turned into the business man- ager's office before the next regular meeting. Discussion. 38962 City of Beach 7,322.51 Farnstrom presented written busi- 38963 C ear Channel-Dickinson 29.00  nes manager report. 38964 Cole Papers Inc. 806.12 Hoffer presented written day treat- 38965 Corner Market 473.26 38966 CT Electric 482.25 38967 D&E Supply Company, Inc. 851.77 38968 Dakota Dust-Tex, Inc. 132.55 38969 Dakota Fence 794.00 38970 Dans Super Market, Inc. 52.87 38971 DEMCO 231.58 38972 The Dickinson Press & The Advertizer 58.00 38973 Dickinson State University35.00 38974 Jode Ebel 341.00 38975 Farmers Union Oil Co.3,918.01 38976 Four Seasons Trophies 333.50 38977 Brandt Gaugler 21.00 38978 Golden Valley News/ Billings County Pioneer 68.00 38979 Grand International Inn of Minot 69.30 38980 Maurice Hardy 67.80 38981 Hartleys Schoo)l Buses, Inc. 403.34 38982 Home On The Range 481.48 38983 Honeywell International, Inc. 9,597.92 38984 Jacobsen Music 307.47 38985 Jock Stop 360.00 38986 Robin Johnson 50.00 38987 Josephson Institute of Ethics 26.99 38988 La Playa Mexican Restaurant 36.00 38989 Tara Losinski 341.00 38990 Math Counts Registration60.00 38991 MDU Resources Group, Inc. 5,077.41 38992 Mid-American Research Chemical Corp. 213.72 38993 Midstate Communications, Inc. 694.70 38994 Midwest Tech Products 785.84 38995 Mindt Machine; Co. 65.00 38996 NAPA 250.81 38997 NCS Pearson, inc. 109.41 38998 ND Department of Public Instruction 33.00 38999 NDSAA 50.00 39000 Nelson International Nelson Leasing, Inc. 1,909.90 39001 Northwest Iron Fireman, Inc. 261.90 39002 Office Max Contract Payments Inc. 4,263.69 39003 Prairie Lumber Company 385.15 39004 Praxxair Distribution, Inc. 141.06 39005 Queen City Candy 53.04 39006 Ramkota Hotel Bismarck546.00 39007 Red Chair Solutions 150.00 39008 Renaissance Learning, Inc. 459.08 39009 Rudy's Lock & Key 72.00 39010 Runnings Supply, Inc. 149.99 39011 Jessie Schmeling 28.46 39012 School Specialty Payments 501.92 39013 Sip and Sew 300.98 39014 St. Joseph Hospital and Health Center 250.00 39015 Carla Steffen 349.14 39016 Superior Lamp and Supply 628.62 39017 Jill Tescher 85.00 39018 Total Safety U.S., Inc. 466.50 39019 US Foodservice, Inc. 209.05 39020 WaI-Mart Sto'es, Inc. 782.21 39021 Terry Week 150.00 39022 Wells Fargo 638.58 39023 West Plains Inc. 1,732.93 39024 West River Student Services 14,088.00 2992 Coca Cola Boltling Co. of Dickinson 663.89 2993 District 8 FFN,G Eduction35.00 2994 Farmers Union Oil Co. 656.49 ment report. Gaugler and Wegner did not present reports. Helvik presented superintendent re- port. Emergency notifications phone system is in the process of being up- dated. The notification system can also be used for activities and athletic updates and changes. Discussion. Hardy presented board member re- port. RACTC was discussed. Next regular meeting time was dis- cussed. Makelky called for a motion to adjourn. Motion by Hardy, second by Johnson to adjourn. Makelky ad- journed 6:34 p.m. Robert Makelky, President Misty Farnstrom, Business Manager (November 21) Hearing Notice Probate No. 04-2013-PR-00047 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF BILLINGS COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Roy M. Earsley, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING TAKE NOTICE That Samuel R. Schaal has filed an Application.for For- mal Probate of Will and Appointment of Personal Representative with the Billings County District Court. The mat- ter will be heard before the Honorable Zane Anderson, Judge of the District Court, on December 26, 2013, at 8:30 o'clock a.m. (Local Time) at the Billings County Courthouse, Medora, North Dakota, for the entry of decree appoint- ing & Personal Representative as stated in the Application filed with the District Court. Dated this 8 day of November, 2013. CROWLEY FLECK PLLP Attorney for Personal Representa- tive 400 East Broadway Avenue, Suite 600 P.O. Box 2798 Bismarck, ND 58502-2798 Telephone: (701) 224-7522 mbrown @crowleyfleck.com By Malcolm II. Brown (#02842) (November 21, 28 and December 5) Hearing Notice Probate No. 04-2013-PR-00049 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF BILLINGS COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Wor- land Alfred Schaal, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING TAKE NOTICE That Samuel R. Schaal has filed an Application for For- mal Probate of Will and Appointment of Personal Representative with the Billings County District Court. The mat- ter will be heard before the Honorable Zane Anderson, Judge of the District Court, on December 26, 2013, at 8:30 o'clock a.m. (Local Time) at the Billings County Courthouse, Medora, North Dakota, for the entry of decree appoint- ing & Personal Representative as stated in the Application filed with the District Court. Dated this 8 day of November, 2013. CROWLEY FLECK PLLP Attorney for Personal Representa- tive 400 East Broadway Avenue, Suite 600 P.O. Box 2798 Bismarck, ND 58502-2798 Telephone: (701) 224-7522 mbrown@crowleyfleck.com By Malcolm I1. Brown (#02842) (November 21, 28 and December 5) Hearing Notice Probate No. 04-2013-PR-00050 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF BILLINGS COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Lois Schaal, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING TAKE NOTICE That Samuel R. Schaal has filed an Application for For- mal Probate of Will and Appointment of Personal Representative with the Billings County District Court. The mat- ter will be heard before the Honorable Zane Anderson, Judge of the District Court, on December 26, 2013, at 8:30 o'clock a.m. (Local Time) at the Billings County Courthouse, Medora, North Dakota, for the entry of decree appoint- ing & Personal Representative as stated in the Application filed with the District Court. Dated this 8 day of November, 2013. CROWLEY FLECK PLLP Attorney for Personal Representa- tive 400 East Broadway Avenue, Suite 600 P.O. Box 2798 Bismarck, ND 58502-2798 Telephone: (701) 224-7522 mbrown @crowleyfleck.com By Malcolm II. Brown (#02842) (November 21, 28 and December 5) Hearing Notice Probate No. 04-2013-PR-00048 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF BILLINGS COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Fern E. Earsley, Deceased NOTICE OF HEARING TAKE NOTICE That Samuel R. Schaal has filed an Application for For- mal Probate of Will and Appointment of Personal Representative with the Billings County District Court. The mat- ter will be heard before the Honorable Zane Anderson, Judge of the District Court, on December 26, 2013, at 8:30 o'clock a.m. (Local Time) at the Billings County Courthouse, Medora, North Dakota, for the entry of decree appoint- ing & Personal Representative as stated in the Application filed with the District Court. Dated this 8 day of November, 2013. CROWLEY FLECK PLLP Attorney for Personal Representa- tive 400 East Broadway Avenue, Suite 600 P.O. Box 2798 Bismarck, ND 58502-2798 Telephone: (701) 224-7522 mbrown @crowleyfleck.com By Malcolm II. Brown (#02842) (November 21, 28 and December 5) Billings County School BILLINGS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 Minutes of Regular Meeting November 12, 2013 The regular meeting of the Billings County School Board was called to order by Vice President Burian at 4:10 PM MT, Tuesday, November 12, 2013, at the DeMores School with members Lynn Arthaud, Darren Baranko (joined the meeting at 4:20 p.m.), Paige Burian, Stacey Kessel, Julie Reis, and Principal Soehren present. Also present for all or portions of the meeting was Marjorie Jensen. Kessel moved, Reis seconded, to approve the consent agenda, which in- cluded the minutes of the October 8 and October 14 meetings, the attached check list, and the addition of three items to the agenda. The motion car- ried unanimously. 16125 HERITAGE INC $575.00 16126 ND ATTORNEY GENERAL $89.0O 16127 ND STATE TAX DEPT $19.00 16128-16143 NOVEMBER PAYROLL CHECKS $15,545.54 NOVEMBER PAYROLL DD$59,883.32 16144 THRIVENT $225.00 16145 BILLINGS COUNTY SCHOOL DIST $1,511.54 16146 BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD $686.86 16147 HORACE MANN $144.14 16148 HORACE MANN ANNUITY $50.00 16149 HORACE MANN AUTO INS. $114.37 16150 JACKSON NAT'L LIFE INS. $200.00 16151 MT DEPT OF REVENUE $143.00 16152 NDEA $537.73 16153 NDPERS RETIREMENT $3,847.97 16154 NDPERS GROUP HEALTH INS $8,586.02 16155 ND STATE TAX DEPT $798.00 16156 ND TEACHERS RETIREMENT FUND $13,841.73 16157 ALTERNATIVE SANITATION 16158 BELFIELD FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE 16159 BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD 16160 CASS CLAY CREAMERY INC 16161 CITY OF MEDORA 16162 DENISE SOEHREN 16163 DENNIS O'BRIEN 16164 DICKINSON PUBLIC LIBRARY 16165 DOLLYWOOD FOUNDATION $34.92 16166 DONNA BARNETT $6,171.20 16167 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION $259.17 16168 ELECTRO WATCHMAN INC $113.00 16169 ERIKA HONEYMAN $143.70 16170 ERIN PENNINGTON $64.17 16171 GARY MEDUNA $4,484.00 16172 GEIGER'S LANDSCAPING & SPRINKLERS $785.00 16173 GLORIA PFLEPsEN $58.83 16174 THE HORACE MANN COMPA- $260.00 $47.04 $1,584.74 $490.08 $397.22 $482.95 $5,5O2.8O $3,186.10 NIES $197.02 6175 JENNIFER VETTER $242.86 16176 KARLENE CHRUSZCH $16.55 6177 KATHY MALKOWSKI$7,365.60 16178 KXDI-FM $120.00 ! 6179 LARRY N JOHNSON $250.00 16180 LAURA FILKOWSKI $53.41 ,16181 MARCO INC $7,028.56 16182 MATHEW LARSON $525.00 16183 MEDORA CONVENIENCE $392.65 16184 MIDSTATE TELEPHONE CO. $315.87 16185 ND ASS'N OF OIL AND GAS PRODUCING $55.00 16186 ND ATTORNEY GENERAL $1,023.50 16187 OLSON'S SERVICE $5,067.60 16188 PETER ODERMANN$4,726.20 16189 BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER $388.37 16190 SHELLY DUKART $117.25 16191 SOUTHWEST PRINCIPAL'S ASSOCIATION $10.00 16192 SW WATER AUTHORITY $153.59 16193TAMMY SIMNIONIW $292.33 16194TOM HUTZENBILER $312.82 16195 TOTAL SAFETY $33.00 16196 VIKING GLASS INC $350.00 16197 WAL-MART COMMUNITY $79.29 16198 WEST DAKOTA OIL INC $6,994.80 16199 WEST RIVER STUDENT SERVICES $5,376.02 16200 WOWZER'S $175.00 EFT JP MORGAN $16,296.11 EFT 11/15/13 FICA/ MEDICARE/FWH TAXES $24,250.90 Cody Erickson from School Im- provement Networks gave a presenta- tion on a software package that could be used by teachers and administrative staff in tracking professional develop- ment, provides web-based training videos for teachers, modules allowing for easy online collaboration with teach- ers in other schools, and also includes tools for evaluation of teachers. A mod- ule for evaluating principals will be available at a later date. Burian moved, Arthaud seconded, to approve licen- sure with School Improvement Net- works for all certified staff for a three year contract at $200 per year per cer- tified staff. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. Reis discussed various op- tions for principal and business man- ager evaluations. The playground project will not be completed this fall. The estimate sub- mitted was only good until December 1. New estimates will be solicited for next spring. Estimates were obtained from three different companies (PCS, SMART Computers, and Midwest Investigation & Security, Inc.) for installation of key- less entries and security cameras at both Prairie and DeMores schools. No decision was made at this time. Principal Soehren reported on the sports co-op meeting she attended with South Heart and Belfield. Burian vol- unteered to serve on this committee to represent Billings County School Dis- trict. Certification status for both schools was approved by DPI. Testing of students is currently being imple- mented. Soehren also reported on the realignment of staff at both schools-due to enrollment changes and the individu- alized needs of students. Lynn Jorda resigned as teacher's aide in Medora. Amanda Costas was reassigned as the pre-school aide. Another half day of aide time is needed at Prairie. Arthaud moved, Burian seconded, to approve adding another half day for the part- time teacher's aide at Prairie. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. Business Manager Simnioniw re- ported that the propane tanks and fuel tanks at DeMores and Prairie were in- spected. She is waiting for the inspec- tion report from O-Day, the company that provided inspection services. Ini- tial indications are that anode bags may need to be installed to protect the tanks from corrosion. The business manager requested additional office help for the Medora of- fice. Both Simnioniw and Peterson are working well over 40 hours in a week. An Office Assistant would do general of- rice duties and would also be trained to do payroll and accounts payable, al- lowing for backup for these two vital work efforts. Burian moved, Reis sec- onded, to approve hiring part-time office help up to 29 hours per week. Roll call vote was taken with all in favor. Reis, Arthaud, and Simnioniw re- ported on information received at the N DSBA conference. NDSBA dues will be increasing by approximately $236 for next year. Discussion was held on the need for BCSD board attendance at Belfield School District meetings. It was the general consensus that it may not be of vital importance but BCSD board repre- sentation will continue when possible. Reis discussed concern with the li- brary services schedule. With bookmo- bile services scheduled two Mondays per month at each school and with sev- eral holidays falling on a Monday, there are large gaps in service. This will need to be considered when negotiating next year's service agreement with the Dick- inson Public Library. The board expressed appreciation for the service Kasey Malkowski pro- vided in orientation for the new mainte- nance person, assistance with air conditioning problems at Prairie before the maintenance position was filled, and assistance with a security issue. Simnioniw reported that the eaves at Prairie are in need of repair. The board agreed that Heritage, Inc. should be contacted to provide an estimate for that and several other small repair proj- ects at Prairie. The meeting was adjourned at 7:45 p.m. Darren Baranko, President Tammy Simnioniw, Business Man- ager (November 21)