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Page 4 Golden Valley News December 11, 2014 Ad for Bids Request for Equipment Bids Billings County Rural Fire Protection District is currently accepting the fol- lowing bids for a Mini-pumper Rescue. For detailed specification sheets please contact Rodney Job, Chief @ 701-204-5651 or billingscounty- Sealed bids must be delivered to Rodney Job, Chief, Billings County Rural Fire Protection District, no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Decem- ber 10, 2014. Or clearly marked "Sealed Equipment Bid" and mailed to Rodney Job, Chief, 13082 30th Street SW, Belfield, ND 58622. Bids will be opened Thursday, De- cember 11,2014 at 8:00p.m. At the Fry- burg Fire Station. Dated this 14th day of November, 2014, by order of the Billings County Rural Fire District Board of Directors. Rodney Job Chief, Billings County Rural Fire Protection District (November 27, December 4 and 11) Summons and Notice SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF NO PERSONAL CLAIM IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF BILLINGS COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA Russell E. Logan Equity Pure Trust, Plaintiff, V. Bernard Mikelson, Mildred Mikelson, Archie Deckert, Ruth Deckert, the Es- tate of Evelyn Shuler, and all other per- sons known and unknown having or claiming any right, title, estate or inter- est in or lien or encumbrance upon the real property described in the com- plaint, whether as heirs, devisees, lega- tees or Personal Representatives of the aforementioned parties or as holding any claim adverse to Plaintiff's owner- ship or any cloud upon Plaintiff's title thereto, Defendants. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFEN- DANTS: You are hereby summoned and re- quired to appear and defend against the Complaint in this action, which is or will be filed with the Clerk of this Court, by serving upon the undersigned an An- swer or other proper response within twenty-one (21) days after the service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service; and in case of your failure to do so, Judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief de- manded in the Complaint. Dated this 26th day of November 2014. Thomas F. Murtha (ID# 02818) Attorney for Plaintiff P.O. Box 1111 Dickinson, ND 58602-1111 Telephone: (701) 227-0146 NOTICE OF NO PERSONAL CLAIM NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that this action has been brought for the pur- pose of quieting title in Plaintiff in and to the following described real property, and that no personal claim is made against Defendants. The real property to which this action relates is described as follows: Township 138 North, Range 100 West, Billings County, North Dakota Section 9: WV2 EXCEPTING AND RESERVING Unto the Seller all minerals of every kind and nature, including but not lim- ited to all oil, gas, uranium, coal, sand, gravel, lightweight aggregates, volcanic ash, zeolites, lime, limestone and ce- ment rock, stone, salt and potash, sodium sulfate, gold and all other min- erals together with their compounds and by-products in and under and that may be produced from said lands, to- gether with the right of ingress and egress for the purpose of exploring for, mining and removing the same. It is the express intention of the parties hereto that the Seller is reserving all minerals of every kind and nature whether now known or unknown, notwithstanding the purported provision of Section 47-1-025 of the North Dakota Century Code. It is the intention of the Seller and Buyer that scoria and clay are not re- served and are conveyed to Buyer. Dated this 26th day of November, 2014. Thomas F. Murtha (ID# 02818) Attorney for Plaintiff P.O. Box 1111 Dickinson, ND 58602-1111 Telephone: (701) 227-0146 murtha@ndsupernet~com (December 4, 11 and 18) Notice NOTICE OF ZONING HEARING The Billings County Planning & Zon- ing Commission will hold a public hear- ing on Thursday, December 18, 2014 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 approval or denial of the following items: Morgan Chase Management: Appli- cation to construct a 238 unit lodging fa- cility consisting of 2 three-story additional structures on Block 2, Origi- nal Fryburg (3749 Main St, former Fry- burg School), as well as improvements to the lagoon site & lots 1-6, Block 3, Original Fryburg. Also requested is a Variance to reduce the setback from 50' to 30.5' along the western boundary of Block 2. Property is zoned commercial and currently owned by Energy Re- source Group, LLC. Albert Kessel: Application for a Vari- ance to allow an industrial use in an agricultural district, NWl/4 section 17- 143-99 on the south side of Magpie Rd. Proposed use is temporary for the stor- age of rig & oil field equipment, and approved for the month of Novem- Other Business: ber: Review zoning regulations pertain- 69586 AT&T Mobility 38.52 ing to oil & gas support services and up- 69587 Verizon Wireless 307.15 dates for the administration of zoning & 69588 Blue Cross conditional use permits. Discuss and Blue Shield 14778.20 draft a recommendation for amending 69589-69618 Collections the Billings County Zoning OrdinanCe. Submitted 62635.56 The board will also address poten- 69619 NDACo 306.76 tial & pending zoning violations and rec- 69620 ND State Treasurer 175.52 ommend any action needed by the69621 Ashley Ueckert 1913.02 Zoning Director, State's Attorney, or 69622-69645 Social Board of County Commissioners. Services Disb 8682.40 Applications are available for review 69646 Emergency during regular office hours at the Billings Comm Network 4500.00 County Courthouse. 69647 Info Technology Dept 585.60 Dated at Medora this 26th day of 69648 BOSS Inc 449.99 November, 2014. 69649 Dakota Dust-Tex, Inc 135.60 Stacey Swanson 69650 Rohan Hardware 168.85 Zoning Director 69651 SW Business Machines 75.80 (December 4 and 11) 69652 Dawn Ueckert 139.00 Notice Zoning Hearing Notice The Beach Zoning Board will hold a Public Hearing at City Hall 153 Main Street on December 15, 2014 at 8:15 am for comment on a Request for Con- ditional Use submitted by Beach Coop- erative Grain Company & Too Far Farms, LLC. for installation of 7000' rail- road track at Glen Haven Park Addition Blocks 20, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29 and SE 1/4 Section 25 Township 140 Range 106. Kimberly Nunberg City Auditor/Zoning Administrator (December 4 and 11) Golden Valley County Commission BOARD OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS NOVEMBER 6, 2014 9:00 A.M. 69653 Beach Veterinary Clinic 34.50 69654 Best Western Ramkota Hotel 298.80 69655 Chief Supply Corporation 210.44 69656 Darrel's Body Shop 355.00 69657 Expressway Inn 179.90 69658 Brenda Frieze 10.00 69659 Henry Gerving 617.68 69660 Golden Valley News 659.52 69661 GV County States Attorney 69662 La Playa Restaurant & Bar 55.53 69663 Melbye Law Office 400.00 69664 ND Association of Counties 965.00 69665 ND Newspaper Association 342.72 69666 Neve's Uniforms & Equip 69667 69668 69669 69670 69671 69672 69673 69674 69675 Chairman John Thompson called the meeting to order. Commissioners Harley Steffen and Dave Quale were present. Commissioner Quale made a mo- tion to approve the October minutes and Commissioner Steffen seconded the motion. Motion carried. After reviewing the monthly bills, the Board decided to continue to wait with the payment to Hulsing until they finish up with some uncompleted work. All other bills were approved for payment. Commissioner Quale made a mo- tion to accept the Golden Valley County Fair Board's request to appoint Zane Manhart to the Golden Valley County Fair Board and Commissioner Steffen seconded. Motion carried. County Auditor, Tamra Sperry, pre- sented to the Board a letter from the City that they will be making the neces- sary repairs on 2nd Street near the Golden Valley County Courthouse at no cost to the County. The Board then de- cided to offer to help pay for 50% of the repairs under the condition that the City has the street repaired by July 1,2015. Tamra will address the City on the de- cision to help pay for the repairs. County Auditor, Tamra Sperry, brought up that Christmas is right around the corner. She requested to have Friday the 26th off so the employ- ees can enjoy more time with their fam- ilies. 'Commissioner Quale made a motion to allow the employees to work until noon the 24th, all day off on the 25th and 26th and Commissioner Stef- fen seconded. Motion carried. Discussion was then held on the De- cember 2nd Commissioner Meeting. The option is open to the former Com- missioners to join the meeting to swear the new Commissioners into office. County Auditor, Tamra Sperry, pre- sented to the Board with the recom- mendations that were approved by the County Zoning Board. Commissioner Quale made a motion to accept the ap- proval of the request from Verizon Wire- less for a Conditional use permit for Wl/2, SE 1/~ Section 17-140-104 for a 250' self-supported tower and associ- ated radio shelter and also to accept a request for a setback variance at Buf- falo Gap, which would allow Olie to modify the water, electrical, and sewer systems and Commissioner Steffen seconded. Motion carried. Sperry also, presented to the Board for their approval to accept an abate- ment of taxes as the individual was not aWare of the program. Commissioner Steffen made.a motion to accept the abatement of decreasing the total true and full value of the property from $5279.00 to $1229.00 and Commis- sioner Quale seconded. Motion carried. County Treasurer, Gene Skoglund, met with the Board to discuss the cal- culations on the mills and taxes. Skoglund presented the Board with a spreadsheet comparing last years to this year's calculations and how it will impact the taxes. Skoglund then in- formed the Board of certain adjust- ments that could be made to help decrease the percentage increase of the taxes. Aj and Bob with Ulteig Engineering met with the Board to further present to them the County Engineer services of- fered by Ulteig Engineering. States Attorney, Chuck Peterson, joined the meeting. Jacob Narloch with Valley Med Flight, Inc. met with the Board to pres- ent to them a County plan for the resi- dents of Golden Valley County. Commissioner Quale made a motion to purchase the County plan for $8400 and Commissioner Steffen seconded. Motion carried. Adam Jones and Tony Merriman with the National Weather Service met with the Board to present them with the certificate of achievement as Golden Valley County with the help of DES/911 coordinator, Brenda Frieze is a Storm Ready County. Adam then presented an award to Joe Kreitinger as the rep- resentative of Golva and Jack Cook as the representative of Sentinel Butte with signs to be placed in the cities recog- nizing the County is Storm Ready. The County Auditor presented to the Board a letter from the Road Foreman, Pete Wirtzfeld, with the updates of cur- rent road projects. He also updated the Board in his letter what his crew has been working on and the status of changing out the last of the signs to be in compliance with the new reflectivity standards. Commissioner Thompson declared the meeting adjourned at 12:15 pm. The followina vouchers were audited 1775.00 2860.97 Prairie Lumber Beach 1781.20 Respond Systems 135.59 Sip 'n Sew, LLC 28.00 VOID Scott Steele 296.10 Dion Steinley , 44.98 SWMCCC 5385.89 Wingate by Wyndham Bis83.00 American Engineering Test 770.15 69676 Northern Improvement Co. 6858.91 69677 Nuverra Environmental Sol 710.00 69678 TrueNorth Steel 4872.30 69679 Dept of Transportation 898.96 69680 Goldenwest Electric Co-op 10788.42 69681 Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson 2593.17 69682 3D Specialties Inc. 1328.04 69683 Colonial Research 210.19 69684 CRA Payment Center 55.90 69685 DF Lighting Company 451.95 69686 Gate City Radiator & Weld 120.00 69687 John Deere Financial 409.49 69688 Texas Refinery Corp. 624.00 69689 Wallwork Truck Center 508.83 69690 West Dakota Truck Repair 2446.16 69691 BEST WESTERN Fargo224.10 69692 Raynette Szudera 194.50 69693 Renae Smith 185.50 69694 Jacqueline Dietz 190.00 69695 Tracey Streitz 191.50 69696 Angelina Gonzalez 95.50 69697 Washington Nat'l Ins Co 33.96 69698 Reservation Telephone 40.00 69699 Kenneth Thompson 12.00 69700 Marjorie Farstveet 12.00 69701 John Thompson 645.40 69702 City of Beach 277.29 69703 MDU 1652.43 69704 Midstate Communications 1203.72 69705 RDO Equipment Co: 29500.00 69706 Westlie Truck Center102848.00 69707 Golden Valley County 67.30 69708 Patty Thompson 112.50 69709-69712 Weed Board Disb493.97 69713-69719 Library Disb959.81 69720 ND Child Support Division 818.00 69721 Golden Valley County 8428.77 69722 Golden Valley County 8428.77 69723 GV County Treasurer 810.00 69724 Golden Valley County 9579.00 69725 GV County Treasurer 6216.82 69726 Department of Revenue177.00 69727 Golden Valley County 4564.61 69728 Golden Valley County 2404.67 69729-69736 GV County Employees 2357.08 69737 Valley Med Flight, Inc. 8400.00 69738 Exon Gas Station200.00 69739 Cenex Fleetcard 2735.48 69740 AT&T Mobility 39.35 14716-14775 GV County Employees 85932.86 ATTEST: Tamra Sperry, County Auditor Harley Steffen, Chairman, County Commissioners (December 11) Billings County Commission BILLINGS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS REGULAR MEETING - NOVEMBER 6, 2014 The meeting was called to order at 9:00 A.M. with Commissioners Arthaud, Kessel, and Kasian in attendance. Others present during portions of the meeting were: Chief Deputy Rummel, EMS Director Keri Rummel, Kayla Torg- erson, Marc Barra, Justin Hyndman, Tax & Zoning Director Stacey Swanson. After review, Kasian moved to ap- prove the minutes from the October 7, 2014 regular meeting. Kessel sec- onded. All voted aye. Chief Deputy Pat Rummel was pres- ent to discuss a burn ban due to dry and windy conditions. Kessel moved to ap- prove resolution 2014. Kasian sec- onded. Resolution 2014-16 reads as follows: RESOLUTION NO: 2014- 16 Fire Emergency Order WHEREAS, the Billings County Board of County Commissioners recog- nizes that current conditions have cre- ated an extreme risk to the citizens and property within Billings County, ND, of unnecessary loss by fire; and WHEREAS, the Board wishes to regulate activities within the County which pose a potential hazard for such loss, should the present weather condi- tions continue. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED BILLINGS COUNTY IS DECLARED UNDER A FIRE EMERGENCY ORDER AND A BURN BAN IS IN FORCE. 1. No travel is to be allowed off of surfaced roadways normally used for vehicular traffic except as necessary for normal farmer/rancher or industry oper- ations. 2. Industrial operating crews and farmer/rancher operations shall have fire extinguishers and normal fire-fight- ing equipment at hand, and industrial personnel shall remain at the job site for one-half hour after daily operations are completed. 3. Smoking is restricted to inside of vehicles or buildings. 4. Burn ban to include any open burning which includes a ban on the ig- nition of fireworks, garbage or pit burn- ing and campfires. 5. This burn ban is in effect for Billings County for the next 30 days. Pursuant to NDCC 37-17.1-10, any person who willfully violates the burning ban established by this resolution is guilty of a Class B Misdemeanor (UP TO 30 DAYS IN JAIL AND A $1000.00 FINE.), and restitution of fire suppres- sion costs may be sought from the court. Dated at Medora, ND, this 6th day of November, 2014 Billings County, North Dakota By: James Arthaud, Board Chairman Attest: Marcia Lamb, County Auditor Chief Deputy Rummel also pre- sented a proposal from Valley Med for helicopter service from Dickinson. This proposal would cover all county resi- dents and employees. The total cost is $4,700/year for coverage. Kessel moved to approve obtaining coverage. Kasian seconded. All voted aye. The board discussed various hous- ing issues and different possibilities to obtain housing. The board discussed the Auditor's office putting out a County Newsletter to residents on a quarterly or biannual basis. Auditor Lamb will begin working on this. Also discussed was creating a Billings County Facebook page, which will have monthly updates and impor- tant news items. Discussion ensued regarding agri- cultural properties in the county that stack rigs on their property. These prop- erty owners must apply for a variance to allow for the industrial use. Marc Barra from Energy Resource Group was in attendance and dis- cussed the Fryburg School issues with the commission. Tax Director Stacey Swanson pre- sented three applications for abate- ments of property that were adjusted due to valuation for possessory interest. Kasian moved to approve the abate- ments. Kessel seconded. All voted aye. The board received and approved the following permits with road superin- tendent conditions: Construction in County Right-of-Way Permits Florian Kuntz - Section 2-141-98 along 25th Street SW Myron Polensky - Section 11-141- 98 along 121st Ave SW and 25th Street Pipeline Permits ONEOK Rockies Midstream- Sec- tion 1-141-100 and 25,26,36-142-100 for a gas gathering pipeline. The board reviewed zoning requests that had been addressed by the zoning board at their October 16, 2014 regular meeting as follows: Rick Duvat, dba Westdak Homes, LLC: Application to construct a home and garage on Lot 5, Block 3, Frank's Creek Subdivision 22-141-99 (2715 Green River Dr). Property is zoned res- idential and owned by ADB Develop- ment, LLC. Rick Duval, dba Westdak Homes, LLC: Application to construct a home and garage on Lot 6, Block 3, Frank's Creek Subdivision 22-141-99 (2719 Green River Dr). Property is zoned res- idential and owned by ADB Develop- ment, LLC. Rick Duval, dba Westdak Homes, LLC: Application to construct a home and garage on the E1/2 of Lot 5 and all of Lot 4, Block 2, Frank's Creek Subdi- vision 22-141-99 (2737 Green River Dr). Property is zoned residential and owned by ADB Development, LLC. The board decided to act on all three appli- cations by Rick Duval in one motion. Kessel moved to approve all three ap- plications. Kasian seconded. All voted aye. Discussion ensued regarding poten- tial zoning violations. Ambulance Director Keri Rummel was present to discuss changes in EMS. There is a potential to lose one paramedic in the next year, and she re- quested permission to hire and train a new paramedic so that there is no loss in coverage. The board stated they would approve of hiring a new para- medic. Kayla Torgerson from KLJ was pres- ent to discuss the Little Missouri River Crossing alternatives. She will be send- ing an update for the website soon. Justin Hyndman from KLJ was pres- ent to discuss issues on 38th Street project. The following claims were approved for payment: PAYEE CHECK # AMOUNT Blue Cross Blue Shield of N.D. 008377 $2,708.50 N.D.P.E.R.S. 008378 $41,221.04 Adams, Donna 008379 $165.76 Advanced Business Methods 008380 $873.94 Alternative Sanitation 008381 $220.00 American Engineering Testing, Inc. 008382 , $770.15 AmeriPride Linen Service 008383 $160.62 Anchor Drilling Fluids USA, Inc. 008384 $25,440.00 A T & T Mobility 008385 $71.90 Baranko, Phyllis 008386 $244.38 Belfield Automotive Supply, Inc. 008387 $685.48 Belfield Plumbing & Heating 008388 $1,551.80 Best Energy 008389 $1,500.48 Billings County Rural Fire District 008390 $7,121.79 Billings County Pioneer 008391 $789.84 Billings County School District 008392 $3,927.27 Billings County Sheriff 008393 $192.50 Billings County Weed Board 008394 $11,338.43 Boltz Construction 008395 $635.00 Boundtree Medical, LLC 008396 $123.39 Bridger, Gina 008397 $199.24 Bridger, James K. 008398 $199.24 Brooks & Associates, C. E. 008399 $1,794.00 Buckman, Jessica 008400 $180.64 Buffalo Gap, Inc. 008401 $255.00 Butler Machinery Co. 008402 $943.26 Cassidy MD, Dr. Michael 008403 $4,000.00 Challenger Industries, Inc. 008404 $722.87 Creative Energy 008405 $1,121.34 Dakota Farm Equipment, Inc. 008406 $394.85 Dakota Rubber Stamp 008407 $150.33 Dan's Interstate Conoco 008408 $154.01 Deans Distributing 008409 $2,439.80 Diamond Truck Equipment 008410 $445.00 Dickinson Collision Center, Inc. 008411 $201.80 Dickinson Ready Mix Company 008412 $153.00 DJ's Tesoro 008413 $107.14 Dosch, Kathy 008414 $63.26 Electro Watchman, Inc. 008415 $299.40 Electronic Communications 008416 $7,444.00 Fastenal Company 008417 $452.73 Fritz, Darlene 008418 $272.38 General Equipment & Supplies 008419 $2,225.32 George's Tire, LTD 008420 $2,556.00 Gerbig, Gordon 008421 $247.44 Golden Valley County 008422 $9,313.97 Gordon, Donald 008423 $225.90 Griffin-Abrahamson, Mary 008424 $129.12 Heiser, Don 008425 $242.70 Heiser Motor Sales, Inc. 008426 $26,625.00 Hewson, Robert 008427 $240.46 Hlebechuk Construction 008428 $183,385.85 Hlebechuk Construction 008429 $4,875.00 Interstate Power Systems, Inc. 008430 $1,975.46 J and J Operating, LLC 008431 $699.11 Just-In Glass 008432 $722.78 Kadrmas, Lee, & Jackson, Inc. 008433 $92,022.96 Kappel Tree Service, LLC 008434 $1,600.00 Kasian, Connie 008435 $78.60 Kasian, Michael E. 008436 $317.52 Kessel, Anita E 008437 $89.80 Kesseii Jim. 0084~8 ..... $9,6~()i00 Kessel, Joseph L. 008439 $392.20 Knolls Ready Mix 008440 $480.00 Kohler Communications 008441 $1,199.98 Kohler Communications 008442 $200.00 Krush, Paul 008443 $92.04 Lacal Equipment, Inc. 008444 $1,329.57 Lamb, Marcia 008445 $234.78 Malkowski, Kasey 008446 $167.20 Malkowski, Kathleen 008447 $318.88 Martin Construction 008448 $1,005,544.29 Medora, City of. 008449 $1,243.35 Menards - Dickinson 008450 $246.32 Mercedes Benz Financial Services 008451 $42,261.82 Midstate Telephone Company 008452 $943.54 Missouri Valley Petroleum 008453 $33,975.05 Mobile Binders 008454 ~ $1,364.77 N.D. Association of Counties 008455 $84.65 N.D. Association of Counties 008456 $1,551.00 N.D. Attorney General's Office 008457 $120.00 N.D. Cowboy Hall of Fame 008458 $200.00 N.D. Department of Trust Lands 008459 $50.00 N.D. Department of Transportation 008460 $99.00 N.D. Newspaper Association 008461 $336.96 N.D.P.E.R.S. 008462 $3,957.02 N.D. State Treasurer 008463 $110.59 NDACO Resources Group, Inc. 008464 $1,770.56 Newby's Ace Hardware 008465 $87.40 North Central Ambulance Sales 008466 $24,193.40 Northwest Tire, Inc. 008467 $105.72 Nova Fire Protection 008468 $260.00 O'Brien Oilfield Service, LLC 008469 $3,018.56 Odermann, Marie 008470 $277.64 Off Road Software, Inc. 008471 $695.00 OK Tire Stores 008472 $130.30 Parkway Ford 008473 $40,750.00 Parkway Ford 008474 $870.30 Physio-Control, Inc. 008475 $10,833.20 Pizza Ranch 008476 $204.86 Polensky, Glenella 008477 $344.20 Polensky, Vernon 008478 $331.20 Porter Motors, Dan 008479 $82.39 Prairie Excavation, LLC 008480 $10,037.99 Pump Systems, Inc. 008481 $330.13 Radisson Hotel- Bismarck 008482 $149.40 Ramkota Hotel - Bismarck 008483 $896.40 Ramkota Hotel - Rapid City 008484 $503.94 RDO Trust 80-5800 008485 $32.42 Redmond, Perry 008486 $260.88 Redmond, Thomas 008487 $161.76 Reiter Welding, Inc. 008488 $560.00 Richard, Byron & Kathleen 008489 $169,875.00 Roberts, Teresa 008490 $223.88 Rodne, Debbie 008491 $214.92 Rummel Auto Wrecking 008492 $131.00 Runnings Farm & Fleet, Inc. 008493 $670.54 S & H Grading, Inc. 008494 $1,387.00 Snyder Repair & Service 008495 $463.20 Solga, Kathleen 008496 $274.06 Southwest Business Machines 008497 $426.47 Southwest Multi-Co. Correction Ctr. 008498 $350.00 Southwest Water Authority " 008499 $1,063.19 Southwest Water Authority 008500 J $1,388.09 Southwestern District Health Unit 008501 $4,521.46 Steffan Feeds 008502 $395.00 Stein's, Inc. 008503 $222.60 Swenson, Sunya 008504 $284.14 Tczap, John 008505 $45.00 Tom's Service Center 008506 $1,504.50 Total Safety US, Inc. 008507 $33.23 Ultramax 008508 $1,644.00 Uniform Center 008509 $124.97 Universal, Inc. 008510 $272.23 Verizon Wireless 008511 $1,554.29 WaI-Mart 008512 $481.82 Westlie Truck Center 008513 $715.80 Tuggers, Inc. 008514 $9,000.00 N.D.P.E.R.S. 008518 $28,934.17 N.D.P.E.R.S. 008522 $10,643.85 Century Link 008523 $519.32 Consolidated 008524 $230.19 Discovery Benefits, Inc. 0O8525 $83.00 Ewoniuk, Shelly 008526 $59.60 Information Technology Dept. 008527 $457.70~ Kessel, Joseph L. ~. 008528 ' $5(~.~40' Medora, city of.. 008529 $210.94 Pedeliski, Nick 008530 $50.64 Reservation Telephone Cooperative 008531 $42.87 Roughrider Electric Cooperative, Inc. 008532 $2,416.59 Visa 008533 $4,963.97 Visa 008534 $559.92 The board approved the revenue vouchers for the month of October: Recorder $10,966.55; Zoning $350.00; Court $181.50; Sheriff $83.00. Revenues for materials and/or serv- ices rendered in October: ND Cowboy Hall of Fame $1,600.00 ambulance coverage for rodeo; Ernie Buckman $485.10 bridge plank; Albert Kessel $435.00 scoria & trucking; Kurt Kordon $372.00 gravel & trucking; WEED SPRAYING Tony Obrigewitch $211.43, Roger Klym $53.64, Larry Ridl $53.64, Raymond Kessel $79.96, John Duletski $38.62, Jim Haag $720.13, Charles Sivak $393.57, Arvid Hecker $366.44, Edwin Cerkoney $296.80, Cody Armbrust $69.79, Byron Richard $107.17, Kevin Kirsch $206.44, Geoff Obrigewitsch $166.01, Robert Klym $143.64, Paul Kessel $392.49, Richard Chruszch $151.48, Hattie Evoniuk $64.08, Greg Kessel $56.54, Mike Kasian $80.34. Revenues for the month of October: Highway Tax Distribution $16,303.40; Township Road Distribution $22,055.58; State Aid Distribution $102,020.11; Oil & Gas Production Tax $975,586.24; In- terest $2,730.53; Sheriff $20,196.30 permits $5,650.80 overload fees; Roy- alties $52,631.27; Ambulance services $1,600.00. Payroll in the following amounts were approved for October: General Fund $123,888.76; Road and Bridge Fund $104,025.03; Weed Fund $12,127.72. With there being no further busi- ness, Kessel moved to adjourn the meeting at 11:40P.M. Kasian seconded. All voted aye. James Arthaud, Chairman Attest: Marcia Lamb, Auditor/Treasurer (December 11) Rent this space for only a few dollars a week. Call 872-3755 for more details