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Page 4 Golden Valley News November 30, 2017 Summons Case No. CV2017-093637 (Tort - Motor Vehicle) SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA COUNTY OF MARICOPA ELISANDRO ESPINOZA, a married man, ALEXANDRO ESPINOZA, a mar- ried man, Plaintiffs, VS. KIM FRANCIS KRULL, JOHN DOE KRULL, wife and husband; JOHN DOES and JANE DOES I-V; BLACK & WHITE PARTNERSHIPS I-V; BLACK & WHITE CORPORATIONS I-V, Defendants. STATE OF ARIZONA TO THE DE- FENDANTS: KIM FRANCIS KRULL, JOHN DOE KRULL, YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend within the time applicable, in this action in this Court. If served within Arizona', you shall appear and defend within 20 days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If served out of the State of Arizona - whether by direct service, by registered or certified mail, or by publication ~ you shall appear and defend within 30 days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you is complete, exclusive of the day of service. Where process is served upon the Arizona Director of-Insurance as an in~lJrer's attorney to receive servitu= ,~ legal process against it in this State, the insurer shall not be required to appear, answer or plead until expiration of 40 days after date of such service upon the Director. Service by registered or certi- fied mail without the State of Arizona is complete 30 days after the date of filing the receipt and affidavit of service with the Court. Service by publication is complete 30 days after the date of first publication. Direct service is complete when made. Service upon the Arizona Motor Vehicle Superintendent is com- plete 30 days after filing the Affidavit of Compliance and return receipt or Offi- cer's Return. RCP 4; ARS 20-222, 28-502, 28-503. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that if you, before being served with ~rocess, have accepted this Summons y timely returning a waiver of service of process - you shall appear and de- fend within 60 days after the date on which the request for waiver of service was sent. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that in case of your failure to appear and de- fend within the time applicable, judg- ment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. YOU ARE CAUTIONED that in order to appear and defend, you must file an Answer or proper response in writing with the Clerk of this Court, accompa- nied by the necessary filing fee, within the time required, and you are required to serve a copyof any Answer or re- sponse upon the Plaintiff's attorney. RCP 10(d); ARS 12-311; RCP 5. Requests for reasonable accommo- dation for persons with disabilities must be made to the division assigned to the case by parties at least three judicial days in advance of a scheduled court proceeding. Maricopa County Local Rule 2.5(c) The name and address of Plaintiff's attorney are: John Skousen, Esq. i SKOUSEN, GULBRANDSEN & PA- TIENCE, P.C. 414 East Southern Avenue Mesa, AZ 85204 SIGNED AND SEALED this date: Jun 16, 2017 Michael K. Jeanes Clerk By B. Silvernail Deputy Clerk A copy of the Summons and Com- plain may be obtained by contacting the Plaintiff's attorney specified above. CNS-3069023# (November 16, 23, 30 and December 7) Hearing Notice !NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE ISSUANCE OF REVENUE BONDS UNDER THE MUNICIPAL INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1955 (THEODORE ROOSEVELT MEDORA FOUNDATION PROJECT) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County Commissioners of Billings County, North Dakota, will meet on December 5, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. in the County Commission Room, Billings County Courthouse, Medora, North Dakota, for the purpose of holding a public hearing on a proposal that the ~. ounty issue revenue bonds under the Farm Credit Services of Mandan www.farmcreditmandan.corn Municipal Industrial Development Act of 1955, Chapter 40 57, N.D.C.C., in order to finance the project described below. The proposed bonds will be used to finance (i) the acquisition, installation, construction and equipping of modular Workforce and volunteer housing facili- tles to be located at 400 East River Road South, Medora, North Dakota, and (ii) the replacement of seating and improvements to the sewer system at the Burning Hills Amphitheater located at 3422 Chateau Road, Medora, North Dakota (together, the "Project"). The maximum amount of bonds to be issued for the Project is $4,500,000. The facil- ities will be owned and operated by The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Founda- tion, a North Dakota nonprofit corpora- tion. The bonds to be issued by the County shall be limited obligations of the County payable solely from the rev- enue provided by The Theodore Roo- sevelt Medora Foundation and pledged to the payment thereof, and may be se- cured by a mortgage or other encum- brances. No holder of any such bonds shall ever have the right to compel any exercise of the taxing power of the Coun{y to pay such bonds, or the inter- est thereon, nor to enforce payment against any property of the County. The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation is engaged in conserving, restoring and displaying structures and artifacts relating to the history of the town of Medora and the life of Theodore Roosevelt in the Badlands and com- petitors are hereby notified of that fact pursuant to Chapter 40 57, N.D.C.C. All persons interested may appear and be heard at the time and place set forth above or may submit their views in writ- ing before the time specified for the public hearing. BY THE ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (November 16 and 23) Meeting Notice Notice of Annual Meeting Golva Co-op/Repair Station's annual mootin~ will be held at 4 p.m., Thuro day, Nov. 30, at the W.P. Nistler Building in Golva. (November 16 and 30) Notice Prairie Expansion Project Public Input Meetings The Billings County School Board is seeking input from Billings County resi- dents and school patrons regarding an expansion to Prairie School. Public in- formation meetings will be held as fol- lows: Monday, December 4, 2017:6:00 p.m. at Prairie School in Fairfield Monday, December 11, 2017:6:00 p.m. at DeMores School in Medora An informational meeting will be held and participants will be asked to com- plete a survey at the conclusion of the meeting stating whether they are in favor or against the project. (November 30 and December 7) Bids CALL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that Billings County School District will receive sealed bids to furnish heating fuel to the District from December 12, 2017, through November 30, 2018, as follows: #2 FUEL..O!L tO lbe deliyered to the Medora and Prairie SchOOlS as re- quested. Bids are to be marked "Fuel Oil Bid" and must be in the District of- fice in Medora by 3:00 p.m. MT Mon- day, December 11, 2017. Bids will be opened at 4:05 p.m. at the regular board meeting on December 11, 2017. State flash point of fuel to be delivered. All fuel must meet minimum specifica- tions of the State L&boratory. One- to two-time fill between period listed above; approximately 1,000 gallons at Prairie School in Fairfield and 1,000 gal- lons at DeMotes School in Medora. ALL FUEL BIDS SHOULD IN- CLUDE ONLY THOSE TAXES APPLI- CABLE TO SCHOOLS. The Board reserves the right to ac- cept or reject any or all bids, and to waive irregularities. By Order of the Board Tammy Simnioniw, Bs. Mgr. (November 30) Bids MEDORA PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION Official Proceedings on November 21, 2017 (Subject to board review and approval) Meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by Doug Ellison. Present were Aaron Axvig, Ben Brannum and Jim Bridger. Kinley Slauter was absent. Minutes from the October 17 meeting were revie.wed, Bridger made the mo- tion to approve the minutes. Second by Brannum. Motion passed unanimously. Application No. 17-36, a proposal from ND Cowboy Hall of Fame at 250 Main Street for signs placed on the new patio, was reviewed. This application had been tabled at the October 17 meeting. Slauter submitted an email to the Commission stating he had met with Rick Thompson from the NDCHF. Thompson thought it was a reasonable compromise to remove the Alvin Nelson sign and photo from the north and south ends of the patio. Nelson approached the Commission stating he had not pur- posely avoided submitting the signage requests to Zoning. Since the photos on the back wall and the NDCHF letter- ing on the stage are not intended to ad- vertise and can't be viewed from the street, he requested that they be al- lowed to remain. Bridger made the mo- tion to approve No. 17-36 with the removal of the north and souths signs and photos, and keeping the other sig- nage in place as originally presented. Second by Brannum. Motion passed unanimously. There being no other business, GET AN D.THIS or any other need! Brannum moved to adjourn. objection, meeting adjourned p.m. ATTEST: Kinley Slauter, President ATTEST: Carla Steffen, City Auditor (November 30) Without at 6:08 Billings County School BILLINGS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 Minutes of Regular Meeting November 14, 2017 UNOFFICIAL MINUTES (Subject to review and revision by the board) an evaporation pipe on the gas boiler that needs to be sloped differently. Also there are several ballasts going out on the outside lights of the DeMores School. Thomas stated that the ballasts are old and replacement parts difficult to get. He requested that these be changed out to LED lights. Thomas was instructed by the board to get estimates on repairs for these items. Thomas re- ported that he had identified several areas around the DeMores School where mud jacking is needed and rain water runoff needs to be addressed with some major landscaping work. The board agreed this work was needed and that estimates should be obtained for work to be completed in the spring or summer. Thomas obtained quotes for gutter The regular monthly meeting of the installation for the new storage garage Billings County School Board was at Prairie. Project Pro's estimate was called to order at 5:00 p.m. MT, Tues- $804, Perry Roofing $1,024, and ABC day, November 14, 2017, at the De- Seamless $2,695.14. Joey Kessel Mores School in Medora. Present were moved, Klatt seconded to award the members Lynn Arthaud, Joey Kessel, Stacey Kessel, Mike Klatt, and Julie timate. Roll call vote with all in favor. Reis. Also present for all or part of the Klatt moved, Stacey Kessel sec- meeting were Principal Shae Peplinski, onded, to call for fuel oil bids with Assistant Principal Danielle O'Brien, sealed bids to be opened at the De- Business Manager Tammy Simnioniw, cember regular board meeting. Roll call Maintenance Shawn Thomas, Carrie vote with all in favor. Wanner, Russ Lapp, Marjorie Jensen, Peplinski and O'Brien reported on Liz Odermann, Lynn Peterson, DeeAnn upcoming events. Bock, Jessi Polensky, Jerica Ro- High school transportation was dis- manyshyn, and John Romanyshyn. cussed. Arthaud and Joey Kessel will Reis moved, Stacey Kessel sec- meet with the South Heart and Belfield onded, to approve the consent agenda, committees to discuss options. Bus pa- which included the Minutes from the trons were present and voiced their Oo*obor 10 regular meetin9 an,~ tho No concerns regarding bus transportation vember 1 special meeting, the attached issues. Policies FAAA and IEAC were check list, and the addition of five items on the agenda. Stacey Kessel moved, to the agenda. All in favor. Reis seconded, to table making any Building Fund changes until high school transportation 172 BERGER ELECTRIC $8,300.00 decisions were finalized. Roll call vote 173 KADRMAS, LEE with all in favor. &JACKSON INC $6,100.00 O'Brien informed the board that 174 KREBS MACHINE $1,800.00 schools are now being required to have 175 PLEASENTVALLEY ADA compliant websites. She and HYDRO SEEDING $1,000.00 Peplinski have been working with 176 SMART COMPUTERS$10,314.23 EduTech to obtain training to transition General Fund the Billings County School District web- DD NOVEMBER site to become ADA compliant. Along PAYROLL DD $73,778.15 with that, school boards must adopt 18949-18960 NOVEMBER PAYROLL policies and regulations to address this VENDOR CHECKS $44,264.63 issue. Stacey Kessel moved, Klatt sec- EFT FEDERAL TAXES $25,122.17 onded, to approve the first reading to EFT AFLAC $551.21 adopt policy ABDA Accessibility Policy. 18361 SHAE Roll call vote with all in favor. Reis PEPLINSKI $45.00- VOIDED moved, Joey Kessel seconded, to 18797 CENGAGE LEARNING $0.00 adopt board regulation ABDA-BR1 18872 RESP $0.00 Website Accessibility. Roll call vote with 18876 STACEY all in favor. Joey Kessel moved, Reis KESSEL $68.05-VOIDED seconded, to adopt board regulation 18899 ANDY'S ABDA-BR2 Website Accessibility Con- REPAIR $2,377.37- VOIDED cerns, Complaints and Grievances. Roll 18901 BILLINGS call vote was taken with all in favor. The CO. SC $199.65- VOIDED board reviewed and' approved with no 18961 ADVANCED BUSINE $255.34 changes Exhibit ABDA-E1 Website Ac- 18962 BILLINGS CO. SC$113.65 cessibility Complaint and Grievance 18963 BLUE CROSS $1,293.46 Form and ABDA-E2 Website Accessi- 18964 CITY OF MEDORA $502.90 bility Statement. 18965 DANIELLE BOSWELL$206.26 Simnioniw reported on DOT plans to 18966 DENNIS O'BRIEN $9,316.00 do major repairs on the Medora east 18967 DICKINSON PUBLI $3,955.06exit bridge and the Fryburg bridge. 18968 DOLLYWOOD Comments were solicited so Simnioniw FOUNDATION $51.77provided information to the DOT on the 18969 DPI ~ :~ .... $79.01 ' '~Jmpacts~o the sch0ol district bus rbutes 18970 GARY MEDUNA' $6,t57.00"for these projects if work is done during 18971 GEIGER'S LANDS $785.00 the school year. 18972 HEAVENLY HATS Simnioniw, DeeAnn Bock, and Lynn FOUNDATION $100.00 Peterson requested to purchase a new 18973 HORACE MANN $517.20 accounting system. The new system is 18974 JENNIFER KESSEL $74.25 used by 85% of the schools in North 18975 KATHY MALKOWSKI$7,514.40 Dakota and is much more user friendly 18976 KEMPS LLC $354.44 than the one currently used. The annual 18977 MARCO $674.70 support costs for the new system will be 18978 MARKIE TOSO $34.10 approximately $1,000 less per year 18979 MEDORA CONVEN $200.81 than for the current system. The current 18980 NDCEL $1,560.00 accounting system is doing an upgrade 18981 OLSON'S SERVICE $5,830.00in January and will charge $1,000 for 18982 PEARCE & DURICK $215.00 this upgrade. Our annual support con- 18983 PETER ODERMANN$6,502.40 tract will be up.for renewal in May. 18984 PIONEER $275.12 There will not be enough time to transi- 18985 PIONEER $183.92 tion and train for the new system prior to 18986 RAMADA the January upgrade and if we don't do BISMARCK HOTEL $594.00 the upgrade, the current accounting 18987RESP $675.00 system will no longer work. Reis 18988 SCHOLASTIC INC. $361 ;98 moved, Klatt seconded, to approve pay- 18989 SHAE PEPLINSKI $167.48 ing for the $1,000 upgrade and convert 18990 SHAWN THOMAS $22.50 to Software Unlimited with a targeted 18991 SMART go-live date of April 1. Roll call vote with COMPUTERS $3,000.00 all in favor. 18992 SW PRINCIPAL'S $20.00 Simnioniw reported that she had at- 18993 SW WATER $88.37 tended the WDEA conference in Dick- 18994SYSCO inson where Senator Rich Wardner NORTH DAKOTA $3,258.29 provided information on a proposed leg- 18995 TAMMY SIMNIONIW $197.70 islative change to the way the oil and 18996 TOM HUTZENBILER $64.86 gas gross production tax distributions 18997 WAL-MART COMM $8.39 are handled. With the proposal as it 18998 WEST DAKOTA $849.11 stands, the Billings County School Dis- 18999 WEST RIVER SPEC$6,536.23 trict could experience a potential de- 19000 WORLD'S FINEST $2,430.00 crease in revenue of around $700,000. EFT JP MORGAN $33,124.36 Simnioniw is serving on the WDEA Ed- Shawn Thomas provided a written ucation Committee whereby area and verbal report on maintenance is- school administrators study the impacts sues which included a list of items that and provide feedback to the legislature. need to be addressed as follows. There Legal counsel was contacted to re- is major settling of the foundation in the quest advice on how to transition from electrical room at DeMores along with three-year terms of office to four-year terms of office for school board mem- bers and how to restructure the board to the new two Director District struc- ture. Simnioniw provided the board with the information obtained by legal coun- sel on how to proceed. Various options were outlined. The board will review and determine the course of action to take at the December meeting. Simnioniw attended training from BCI on procedures and auditing re- quirements for background checks. Any persons who are provided information on background checks conducted must be trained and tested by BCI. The board members may participate in interview- ing candidates, but cannot have any knowledge of the results of the back- ground checks unless they are named as authorized users and receive the proper training and testing. It was the consensus of the board that classified staff background checks be conducted for top candidates for all vacant posi- tions and the administrators receive the project to Project Pro for the quoted es-' results and only schedule interviews Jesse Clouse with acceptable candidates after re- Clouse becomes ceiving the background checks results. Joey Kessel moved, Klatt seconded, to name thePrincipaI, Assistant Principal, Texas attorney and Business Manager as authorized users for the District. Roll call vote with all in favor. Jesse Evelyn Clouse, formerly of Discussion was held on the method Beach, recently passed her Texas Bar of evaluating the Principal. The board exam. was provided the Marshall evaluation She received her bachelor's de- tool for conducting an evaluation of the gree from Texas Tech University in Principal. Arthaud asked that they mail her the results by December 5. Lubbock, Texas, in 2014. She then A DeMores student who was a went on to study law at the Univer- Billings County resident moved into sity of Denver and graduated with Golden Valley Countyand is requesting her juris doctorate degree in May to be open-enrolled to remain in De- 2017. Mores School. Reis moved, J0ey Kessel seconded, to approve this re- Clouse is working as an associate quest. Roll call vote with all in favor, attorney at Clouse Dunn L. L. P., a The board discussed the method of lJ-attorney law firm specializing in involving the public in the decision on employment law located in Dallas. whether to go forward with the Prairie In her free time, she enjoys hik- Expansion Project. It was decided to hold two public meetings. A public input ing, playing soccer, and visiting meeting will be held at Prairie School at North Dakota to see family. She is 6:00 p.m. on Monday, December 4, the granddaughter of Ray Clouse. 2017, and at DeMores School in Medora at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, De- cember 11,2017. At the end of the input r~] meetings, attendees will be given a sur- Two ,,ace at student vey asking their opinion on whether they are in favor of the expansion or congress event not. The meetings will be advertised on the school website, through.the school The 55th Annual NDHSAA State newsletter mailings, at 4Corners Cafe, Student Congress was held at the Belfield and Medora Post Offices and Banks, the BC Courthouse, and state Capitol in Bismarck earlier this through radio and newspaper ads. month. There was no RESP report as noArea students participating in- meeting had been held in November. eluded Kathryn Brevik of Belfield, Stacey Kessel, O'Brien, and Simnioniw reported on the School Law who placed second in House ]H, and Seminar and School Board Convention Mada]ynn Redig of House V, also of sessions. Belfield, who placed seventh. The Arthaud reported that Simnioniw had houses are groups within the student received a Bronze Medallion Certificate of Merit at the School Board Convention congress event. for the trainings she has obtained in her role as Business Manager. Arthaud also stated that sinceshe Oil activity report had been absent from the July annual meeting in which board members de- ' By'News/Pioneer Staff clared conflicts of interest, she wished Baker Hughes on Nov. 22 posted to declare a conflict of interest at this time that her spouse was onthe Billings its weekly rig count reports: County Commission. - The North Dakota rig count is The board members discussed 46, which is the same as the previ- times for winter school board meetings, ous week. Stacey Kessel requested that the Janu- ary and February meetings be held dur- - The U.S. rig count is up 8 rigs ing the school day to allow Student from the previous week to 923, with Council members to attend at least a oil rigs up 9 to 747, gas rigs down l portion of the meeting with one meeting to 176, and miscellaneous rigs un- held at Prairie and another at DeMores. changed. Definite times will be established at the December meeting. The December The following relates to oil and school board meeting was changed to gas we]] activity for the week of 4:00 p.m. on Monday, December 11 at Nov. 19, in Stark, Golden Valley, DeMores School in Medora with the Billings and S|ope counties and is public input meeting to follow, from reports of the Department of Russ Lapp asked to speak. He com- mended the school staff on their dedi- Minera| Resources: cation and thanked the board for Dry hole: allowing his son to remain enrolled after #33997 - Freedom Energy Oper- their move. Klatt moved to adjourn, Joey Kessel atJng, LLC, Freedom Energy ND l- seconded. All in favor. Meeting ad- ]5 SESE ]5-]39N-9?W, Stark journed at 7:58 p.m. County Lynn Arthaud, President Non - confidential well plugged: Tammy Simnioniw, Business Man- #33997 - Freedom Energy Oper- ager (November 30) ating, LLC, Freedom Energy ND 1- 15 SESE 15-139N-97W, Stark County Early and effective tax planning can manage your income and maximize the use of tax incentives. Rent this space for only a few dollars a week. Call 872-3755 for more details today! Tax and Recordkeeping Available to Non-Members On behalf of the children and staff of Home On The Range, we would like to thank everyone for making our annual Basket Bash & Auction such a great success. Thanks to the people and business of the communities of Wibaux, Beach, Golva, Medora, Sentinel Butte, South Heart, and Dickinson, for all the generous donations of baskets, door prizes, food, and auction items. Thank you to everyone who attended and bid on the baskets. Thank you to all the staff and groups of staff for all the donations of baskets. Thank you to Pheasants Forever, West Plains, and Prairie Lumber for setting up games of chance with such wonderful prizes. Thank you to Ann Swanson for her help in preparing the food. Thank you Dan Zachmann for donating his time to be our auctioneer. Thank you to Walt Losinski for the sound system. Thank you to the Fair Board for providing the cash bar. All of these combined things and efforts made our event the best in many years. We raised an unbelievable $10,000 for our children's Christmas presents, birthday presents, and advetnture therapy groups. We are forever and truly grateful to be a part of such a supportive and generous community. We wish you all a Merry and Blessed Christmas. Mel Rose, PsyO IIOME--" Executive Director