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:Page 4 Golden Valley News December 14, 2017 City of Medora City of Medora Minutes of Regular Meeting December 5, 2017 (Subject to Council review and approval) Meeting was called to order at 6:00pm by Mayor Todd Corneil. Pres- ent were Councilmen Ben Brannum, Kinley Siauter, John Tczap, and Denis Joyce. City Attorney Sandy Kuntz and City Engineer Mike Njos were also present. Minutes from the November 7 and November 14th meetings were re- viewed. Tczap made the motion to ap- prove the minutes. Second by .Brannum. Motion passed unanimously. The written ambulance and police reports for the month of November were reviewed. Chief Lapp added that sea- sonal officer, Alex Cogdill, has been .hired by another agency. The monthly written Engineer Re- port from Mike Njos was reviewed. Njos is continuing work on the Bike Path to Campground Project. The flood .control slide gate and check valves have been installed. City Attorney Kuntz reported that the ~Attorney General had a recent opinion egarding sales tax. Retailers must pre- serve their records for 3 years, 3 months. If they are preserved longer, .they must be submitted to the State Tax Commissioner. The monthly written Public Works and MCC reports were reviewed. PW Director, Dell Beach, stated the star on the hill no longer has power going to it since the cable tv building was re- ifrem a TRMF house. Roughrider Elec- :tric can place in a meter on the hill at a ,cost of approximately $30/month. It was the consensus of TRMF employ- ees in the audience that it can continue .to be powered off their property as long as there are no problems. . City Auditor, Carla Steffen, pre- sented a memo regarding updating fire dept. air packs. Tczap made the motion to approve the purchase of 6 new air ~packs. Second by Brannum. Motion passed unanimously. Information was presented on the 2018 NDLC Random Drug and Alcohol Testing Program. It was the consensus of the Council to not i participate. Steffen shared information ;:regarding budget date changes begin- ning in 2018. A letter from NDIRF was presented stating average rates will likely increase 10-15% in 2018. Ben Brannum's and Denis Joyce's Council seats are expiring in 2018. Election date is June 12, 2018 and the earliest date to file petitions with the City Audi- tor is January 2, 2018. Steffen thanked Sandy Kuntz for sponsoring the City's !'Eats on the Streets" table in conjunc- tion with Cowboy Christmas. Kuntz added that she would like "Property Tax Abatements" added to the January agenda. OB: A paragraph was missed in the final reading of 05-2017. The error has been corrected and Kuntz stated since it was 'ust a clerical error, it does not need to ~be acted on again. Njos is looking for feedback and di- rection from the Council regarding the iilagoon capacity study. 2 options for constructing an aeration pond within ; one of the cells were again reviewed. It was decided that Njos will bring engi- neer estimates for the options to the December 21 year-end meeting. The Council also would like Njos and Beach to get more information on the aeration pond in Beaulah. After review of information regarding FEMA flood insurance at the MCC, Slauter made the motion to discontinue , the flood insurance. Second by Joyce. i Motion passed unanimously. A membership application from Vi- sion West ND was reviewed. Joyce ; made the motion for the City of Medora to not become a member. Second by i Slauter. Motion passed unanimously. , Ordinance 04-2017 was tabled until i January so Attorney Kuntz can present ,a revised copy. Chuck Andrus was ', present to express language clarifica- ', tions he would like to see in the "Out- ; door Display of Merchandise" portion of , the ordinance. Kuntz agreed that only a ' state sales & use tax license would be required, not a separate city license. ',He also was wondering why there : would need to be a release and indem- ;nity clause. Kuntz said its gray area ,, that would cover the city if any items fell Ion city property. , There was discussion regarding the ', historic tree that blew down in October. fit is still the consensus of the Council ',that nothing will be done until after it is '.determined if any growth will return. ; NB: , Randy Hatzenbuhler, CEO of TRMF, , presented a 1 st draft proposal of a park ,and visitor center TRMF would like to ; place on the east side of the Badlands ; Motel. The City's park masterplan was ', shared at the TRMF June Board Meet- 'ing and received positive input. How- , ever, TRMF does not feel the west end ;of town, where the Family Fun Center ;is currently located, gets enough traffic ;to invest in a new park. The TRMF plan ', addresses the need for a welcome cen- Notification of SW Water rate in- crease for year 2018 was reviewed. The current charge of $4.26/1000 gallons is being increased to $4.43/1000 gallons. There was discussion about raising rates so eventually a 15% reserve could be established. Corneil suggested just increasing water rates at this time. Slauter made the motion to increase the City water rate beginning January of 2018; base rate of $17/month (no usage in base) and $5.00/thousand gal- lons. Second by Joyce. Motion carried unanimously. Sewer and garbage rates will be reviewed in January. The annual trailer lease for Nathaniel Awender was presented for renewal. Chief Lapp presented a letter stating that he and his family have made other housing arrangements and his last day in city housing will be 12- 31-17. Awender would like to move into that house and then the trailer would be available for a seasonal police officer. Corneil stated the carpets should be re- placed and rooms painted in the house. Slauter recommended leaving the home open for the month of January so repairs and maintenance can be done. He also recommended renewing Awen- der's current lease until an exact date is established for moving into the house. Slauter made the motion to ac- cept termination of Lapp's lease as of 12-31-17 and renew Awender's lease under same terms. Second by Joyce. Motion carried unanimously. Discus- sion-Lapp stated the leases currently state there is a 15- day notice to evac- uate a residence and he feels it should be changed to 30 days. Motion carried unanimously. Tczap agreed to Corneil's request to check into getting the same cations need to be made to the policy manual clarifying driving a city vehicle to an out of town residence. There also needs to be clarification regarding how many miles out of city limits a police of- ricer can live. Tczap stated the Council should have known about Lapp's move before this letter was presented and there needs to be expectations for re- sponse time. Slauter added there are limited housing options in the city limits. Kuntz stated decisions don't have to be made tonight. Policy Manual modifica- tions are tabled until the January meet- ing. Raffle Application 04-2017, a re- quest from Medora Chamber of Com- merce for a raffle during Cowboy Christmas, was reviewed. Slauter made the motion to approve Raffle Ap- plication 04-2017. Second by Bran- num. Motion passed unanimously. Parade Permit 06-2017, a request from Nick Ybarra for Bold St. Nick's Fat- bike race on Dec. 16, was reviewed. Brannum made the motion to approve Parade Permit 06-2017. Second by Joyce. Motion passed unanimously. Christmas bonuses for full-time em- ployees were reviewed. Joyce made Golden Valley County Commission BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS October 3, 2017 12:30 P.M. Chairman Troy Tescher called the meeting to order. Commissioners Don- ald Maus and Dennis Dietz along with States Attorney, Christina Wenko and Gene Hamilton were present. Commissioner Maus made a motion to accept the agenda as is and Com- missioner Dietz seconded. Motion car- ried. Commissioner Dietz made a motion to approve the September regular and September special meeting minutes and Commissioner Maus seconded. Motion carried. Commissioner Tescher made a mo- tion to approve the prepaid and current vouchers for payment and Commis- sioner Dietz seconded. Motion carried. The following vouchers were audited and approved for the month of October: -99938 North Dakota State Treasurer 1168.51 -99937 JPMorgan Chase Bank NA 250.44 75595-75597 Weed Control Disbursements 1053.67 75598 Office of Attorney General - 1250 150.00 75599 City of Beach 758.10 75600 MDU 1903.02 75601 Midstate Communications, Inc. 1192.93 75602-75619 Collections 75620-75641 Social Services Disbursements 3956.25 75642 Golden Valley Co States Attorney 1358.33 75643 Southwest Business Machines 29.06 75644 Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson, Inc. 11055.60 75645 Dakota Dust-Tex, Inc 109.60 75646 Job Service North Dakota 303.02 75647 Matthew Bender & Co., Inc. 1320.35 75648 Prairie Lumber Beach 4891.92 75649 CT Electric 1610.85 75650 Information Technology Dept 601.45 75651 Colonial Research 222.74 75652 Bob Makelky 1235.00 75653 C. E. Brooks & Associates 1107.45 75654 Polar Trucking & Excavating 2000.00 75655 NDSU Extension Service 11715.15 75656 Source One Supply, Inc.555.14 75657 Lawson Products, Inc. 472.16 75658 Wild Vines Market, LLC 105.00 75659 GV Co 4-H Judging Teams 32.41 75660 Angelina Marman 64.20 Current business brought before the Board: Commissioner Tescher made a motion to appoint John Kouba as the County's ND State Fair Delegate and Commissioner Maus seconded. Motion carried. Discussion was held on the lots that were turned back to the County due to delinquent taxes. The Board agreed to use the values set by the Tax Direc- tor, Henry Gerving. October 25, 2017 at 1 pm is the time set for the public hearing on those values set. Commissioner Maus made a mo- tion to sign the agreement between the County and Wosepka CPA to do the County's 2017 audit and Commissioner Tescher seconded. Motion carried. Discussion was held on the up- coming NDACo convention. The Board agreed to sign the 2018 Law Enforcement Contract with the City of Beach. States Attorney, Christina Wenko gave the Board an update on what she is working on for the County. Discussion was held on the Eco- nomic Development Loan with Buffalo Gap Guest Ranch and Trail Head. The States Attorney will draft a letter to sub- mit to the Buffalo Gap Guest Ranch. Mineral Royalty payment was dis- cussed. It was agreed to continue to follow the current formula for disburse- ment. Commissioner Dietz made a mo- tion to transfer $3000 from Wireless 911 fund to County 911 fund and Commis- sioner Tescher seconded. Commissioner Tescher signed the budget amendments that were ap- proved at the 9-5-17 meeting for the County 911 budget and Capital Outlay budget Tor me tower on the Sentinel Butte Hill. Ted Tescher met with the Board and Road Foreman, Pete Wirtzeld to dis- cuss a road that is partly Billings County and Golden Valley County that Billings County has been maintaining. Ted is asking that the County put good gravel on the 2.5 mile stretch that is in Golden Valley County and Billings County is willing to lay it and shape the crown of the road. Ted also discussed with the Board his concerns of the lack of spray- ing from Golden Valley County. Tax/Zoning Director, Henry Gerving met with the Board. Commissioner Tescher made a motion to approve an abatement for Scott and Misty Farn- strom due to a structure fire and the structure is no longer in existence and Commissioner Dietz seconded. Motion carried. Commissioner Maus made a motion to approve the following recom- mendations from Gerving: Steiner, Michael request a 3 acre tract in SEl/4 SEC 29-137-104 Parcel #00578000 be rezoned from Agricultural to Commer- cial for the purpose of operating a gun- smith business; Steiner, Michael request a variance to operate a gun- smith business in NW ~,~ SEC 28-137- the motion to give bonuses of $150 75661 Mainstay Suites 163.80 104 Parcel #00573000 for a period up base plus $25 for each year of service. 75662 Hqnry Gerv ng 273.10 .t two years until the commercial struc- Second byTc~,ap~ lVloti0rificart~edunan- -, .... ~--'-~:r--U-i-~n ~il 8695 14 ~ture is complete in a 3 acre tract in /OQO~.~ ~"=[lil~ ~ II U U . '~ p imously. ..... 5664 Golden a ey e s 0 5.0 - " 7 V IIN w 1 4 4 SEl/4 SEC 29 137 104 arcel Misc. Business: 75665 Radisson #00578000; and Lowman, Bill request Karen Putnam requested signage in front of post office clarifying parallel parking only. The 10- minute parking sign also is broken off. Slauter made the motion for Dell Beach to install a "10-minute Parallel Parking" sign where previous sign had been. Second by Tczap. Motion carried unanimously. Financials were presented. Slauter made the motion to approve the finan- cials. Second by Brannum. Motion passed unanimously. 2826 HEALTH CHEMISTRY LAB 200.09 2827 ND RURAL WATER SYSTEMS ASSOC 235.00 2828 ND WATER USERS ASSOC. 100.00 2829 SOUTHWEST WATER AUTHORITY 3282.34 16184 APEX Engineering Group 393.50 16185 BELFIELD AUTO SUPPLY, INC 162.05 16186 BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER 290.32 16187 BLACK MOUNTAIN SOFTWARE, INC. 5936.00 16188 BORDER STATES ELECTRIC SUPPLY 217.65 16189 CORDOVA CONSTRUCTION 3089.00 16190 DAKOTA DUST-TEX, INC. 318.95 16191 FARMERS UNION 2124.00 16192 FISCHER SAND . AND GRAVEL 574.05 16193 MENARDS-DICKINSON211.66 16194 MIDSTATE TELEPHONE COMPANY 680.19 16195 PRODUCTIVITY PLUS ACCOUNT 34.38 16196 SOUTHWEST BUSINESS MACHINES, INC 537.35 16197 SOUTHWEST WATER AUTHORITY 41.29 16198 STAPLES 146.70 16199 STEIN'S, INC 1340.16 16200 Total Safety U.S., Inc. 90.00 Payroll and Prepays: 11-3-17 8,261.23 11-17-17 9,908.90 November Payroll Taxes 5,920.81 16178 AFLAC 299.16 16179 Ameritas (Dental) 693.29 Farm Credit Services of Mandan www.farmcreditmandan.com 'ter and park area. They are requesting 16180 NDPERS Def Comp 704.00 16181 NDPERS Retirement 3,109.38 the city would vacate the east end of 16182 Avesis (Vision) 75.29 Broadway and 6th. Hatzenbuhler - 16183 NDPERS Health ~stated the plans are very preliminary Insurance 7,740.01 ~nd asked for input. There were sev- ~eral comments against vacating the ~street because of safety concerns. ~fter further input and discussion, ~Corneil stated the project would be ben- ~eficial to the community. TRMF will ~eep the city updated as plans are re- ,/ised. i 2018 Beer and Liquor License appli- ,cations were then reviewed: Boots Bar ~, Grill, Little Missouri Club, Badlands :Saloon, Rough Riders Hotel, and ~mericlnn had applied for On-and Off- ~Sale of Beer and Liquor permits. The ~edora Convenience Store had applied ~to sell Off-Sale Beer and Liquor. Attor- ney Kuntz reviewed the applications :and had no concerns. Motion by Bran- ~um to approve all Beer and Liquor ap- plications as presented. Second by Joyce. Motion carried unanimously. Corneil called a recess at 7:45 pm. iMeeting reconvened at 7:55 pm. 16168 AT&T Mobility 312.86 16169 AT&T Mobility 134.24 Mayor Corneil read the announce- ments noting the year-end meeting will be December 21 @10:00 a.m. A date for the January meeting needs to be de- cided on. It was the consensus of the Council to move the January regular council meeting to Thursday, January 4 @ 6:00 p.m. The agenda deadline will be Wednesday, Dec. 27 @ noon. Slauter added that he attended a D.O.T public input session on the west bound Medora exit. It will be closed April & May of 2019 for repairs. There being no other business, Brannum motioned to adjourn. With no objection, meeting was adjourned at 9:30 p.m. AI-rEST: Todd Corneil, Mayor ATTEST: Carla Steffen, Auditor (December 14) Hotel Bismarck 245.70 75666 Goldenwest Electric Cooperative 18402.09 75667 Noll Construction, LLC3180.00 75668 Hlebechuk Construction Inc. 29060.05 75669 Productivity Plus Account 202.81 75670 Verizon Wireless 360.79 75671 Northern Plains Engineering, LLC 4540.00 75672 Rachel Keohane 171.20 75673 Rohan Hardware 30.98 75674 BOSS Inc 278.32 75675 Jordan Tescher 1449.50 75676 Texas Refinery Corp. 324.50 75677 Ashley Ueckert 555.92 75678 North Dakota State University 72.75 75679 U.S. Postal Service 61.54 75680 Wallwork Truck Center 276.92 75681 Scott Steele 602.44 75682 Powerplan 41.41 75683 ND Dept of Transportation 455.00 75684 ND Association of Counties 35.00 75685 Knutson Creek Welding LLC 300.00 75686 SW Multi-Co Correction Center 5020.00 75687 Novotny Construction LLC 5631.67 75688 Noll Construbtion, LLC 118379.60 75689 Clarence Finneman 90414.00 75690 Golden Valley County Treasurer 10631.67 75691 U.S. Postal Service 70.00 75692 ND Association of Counties 195.75 75693 Reservation Telephone Coop 40.00 75694-75699 Library Disbursements 3810.03 75700-75716 Golden Valley County Employees 22454.03 75717-75723 Payroll Liability Disbursements 38467.76 75724-75729 Cafeteria Plan Disbursements 2053.85 75730-75731 Weed Control Disbursements 3872.12 75732 Buzzy Cafe 7.00 75733 Cenex Fleetcard 1030.57 75734-75735 Payroll Liability Disbursements 21747.78 75736 Verizon Wireless 311.30 75737 AT&T Mobility 42.15 Direct Dep Golden Valley County Employees 55533.95 ATTEST: Tamra Sperry, County Auditor Troy Tescher, Chairman, County Commissioners a waterline easement to cross under Westerheim Road with a 1 1/4'" water line buried at 6' to connect the SE1/4 of Sec 22-142-103, Parcel #13-0- 03129500 with the NE ~/~ of Sec 27-142- 103, Parcel #13-0-03149500 and Commissioner Dietz seconded. Motion carried. VSO, Henry Gerving informed the Board that the grant for 2018 for the op- eration of the VSO van was approved. Gerving also informed the Board of the upcoming trainings and conferences he will be attending. 911 Coordinator, Henry Gerving dis- cussed with the Board the current 9tl fees. Commissioner Dietz made a mo- tion to approve to pay the bill to Novotny Construction LLC for moving the build- ing on the Sentinel Butte hill for $5,631.67 and Commissioner Tescher seconded. Motion carried. Weed Control Officer, Kirby Maus met with the Board. Kirby updated the Board on how things are going and he and Scott Lund have been working on the bills on the weekends when Scott is available. Discussion was held on stor- age of equipment. DES, Rachel Keohane, Sheriff, Scott Steele, and Fire Chief, Dan Buch- holz met with the Board to discuss the LEPC and the burn ban. Commissioner Dietz made a motion to remove the cur- rent burn ban and adopt the following Fire Emergency and Burn Ban: FIRE EMERGENCY AND BURN BAN FOR GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA WHEREAS, the Golden Valley County Board of County Commission- ers recognizes that Golden Valley County, North Dakota has potential dry conditions with significant fuel supplies available; and WHEREAS, Golden Valley County has sustained or been threatened with rural fires in the past and the Golden Valley County Department of Emer- gency Services has been in consulta- tion with local fire departments; and WHEREAS, all available resources remain committed to protecting life and property; and WHEREAS, the impact of fires could threaten the health, well-being, and safety of the citizens of Golden Valley County; and WHEREAS, the cost or ,sponse, inordinate equipment wear and fire damages may be in excess of available County resources; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED, that the Board of Golden Val- ley County Commissioners declare a Fire Emergency and Burn Ban to in- clude a ban on ignition of fireworks, garbage burning, campfires, burning of farm and crop land and unnecessary off-road motorized travel when the North Dakota Rangeland Fire Index is in the High, Very High or Extreme cate- gory and/or Red Flag Warning has been issued for Golden Valley County, North Dakota. Please contact your local Fire Chief before burning of any kind. Beach: Dan Buchholz 872-6662, Golva: Gary Rising 690-1332 and Sentinel Butte: Mike VanHorn 872-6715. The Daily Fire Danger Rating can be found at the following web site: https://www.nd.gov/des Resolution No. 2017-12 {Fire Emer- gency Order) and the Emergency Burn and Fireworks Declaration issued on June 19, 2017 by Golden Valley County are rescinded and replaced by this ban. PURSUANT TO N.D.(3.C. 37- 17.1-10.1, ANY PERSON WHO WILL- FULLY VIOLATES THE BURNING BAN ESTABLISHED BY THIS RESOLU- TION IS GUILTY OF A CLASS B MIS- DEMEANOR, WHICH CARRIES WITH IT A PENALTY OF UP TO 30 DAYS IN JAIL, AS1,500.00 FINE, OR BOTH. IN ADDITION, RESTITUTION OF FIRE SUPPRESSION COSTS MAY BE SOUGHT FROM THE COURT. Dated at Beach, ND, this third day of October, 2017. Golden Valley County, North Dakota BY: Troy Tescher, Board Chairman Attest: Tamra Sperry, County Auditor and Commissioner Maus seconded. Motion carried. County Agent, Ashley Up.c.kert mm with the Board. Ueckert presented the Board with the quarterly update from her office. The office needed the fur- nace replaced. It was discussed that in the lease with the Soil Conservation District states that the County pays up to $1,500 per incident on repairs for the building. It was agreed that the $1,500 repair bill will come out of the Capital Outlay Reserve budget. Ryan Thompson with Midstate met with the Board. Thompson discussed with the Board that Midstate would like to move a phone line. Thompson pre- sented the Board with an Easement to move forward with the project. After the States Attorney's review of the Ease- ment she updated the Easement and Commissioner Tescher signed the Easement. Commissioner Tescher made a mo- tion to transfer $7,631.67 from the Cap- ital Outlay Reserve fund to the County 911 fund to cover the cost of moving the building on the Sentinel Butte Hill and Commissioner Dietz seconded. Motion carried. Road Foreman, Pete Wirtzfeld and Engineers Jeremy Wood with Northern Plains Engineering and Andrew Krebs with KLJ met with the Board. Krebs presented the Board with the Wetland Monitoring reports for the completed Lardy Corner project and Westerheim Road project and CP-1711 (10)02. Dis- cussion was held on the removal of Beaver Creek Bridge and no one was interested in adopting the bridge. The project was not accepted for the FLAP program. Discussion was held on start- ing the process for the Right of Way for the Beaver Creek Bridge project. Wood discussed with the Board the specs on the gravel and quantity from the Clarence Finneman Pit. The Gravel Pile Measurement came in at 30,138 CY. Commissioner Dietz made a mo- tion to put a 5% deduct on the pay esti- mate due to not making specs and to pay Nolls Construction LLC $118,379.60 for the 30,138 CY gravel that is crushed at the Clarence Finne- man Pit and Commissioner Maus sec- onded. Motion carried. Commissioner Tescher made a motion to pay Clarence Finneman $90,414 for the gravel royalty at $3 per CY and Commissioner Dietz seconded. Motion carried. Wood will visit with Clarence Finneman about coming back to the pit next Spring to have more gravel crushed. Discussion was held on a final inspection for the Bell Lake Road project and Wood will schedule the final inspection with Road Forman, Pete Wirtzfeld and Hlebechuk Construction. Discussion was held on the millings laid by Home On The Range. Various other road topics were discussed. Dis- cussion was held on private individuals purchasing scoria or gravel from the County. It was agreed that the individ- ual can purchase up to 100 CY and the individual will pay for it in advance be- fore removal of the scoria and gravel from the pit. Commissioner Maus made a motion to adjourn at 4:30 until the 6 pm public hearing on proposed 2018 budgets and levies and Commissioner Dietz sec- onded. Motion carried. Chairman, Troy Tescher called the public hearing to order at 6 PM. Jeff and Audrey Schieffer, Richard Volesky with the Golden Valley County News, Dale and Corlene Olson, John Thompson, Sheriff, Scott Steele and Gene Hamilton were present for the public hearing along with Treasurer, Gene Skoglund. Skoglund discussed how taxes have trended over the years. Skoglund pointed out that over the 30 year trend on average the taxes have increased less than 1% each year. Dis- cussion was held on the 12% state buy down that is no longer available. Levi Hall with Beach Coop joined the meet- ing. Further discussion went on with the budgets. Discussion was held where the County stands this year with revenues and expenditures as com- pared to the past couple of years, Skoglund informed the public that things are better this year. Discussion was held on the prisoner care expenses for the County. Commissioner Maus made a motion to accept the 2018 budgets and levy requests as is and Commissioner Dietz seconded. Motion carried. Commissioner Maus made a motion to adjourn and Commissioner Tescher seconded. Motion carried. Chairman Tescher declared the meeting ad- journed at 6:42 P.M. (December 14) Golden Valley County mmioo;on BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS OCTOBER 25, 2017 1:00 P.M. Chairman Troy Tescher called the meeting to order. Commissioners Don Maus and Dennis Dietz along with Kim Gaugler, Jack Schneider, and James Scheinder were present for the meet- ing. The purpose of this special meeting was to hold the hearing on the values that were set on the property turned back for taxes. Commissioner Dietz made a motion to set the value for the following prop- erty: Lots 6-6 V=-7 of Block 2; 267 1st St SW Near's 1st to the City of Beach at $1200 and Commissioner Tescher sec- onded. Motion carried. Commissioner Tescher made a mo- tion to set the value for the following property: Lot 13 of Block 5; 485 1 st Ave SE Hunter's 4th to the City of Beach at $900 and Commissioner Maus sec- onded. Motion carried. Commissioner Maus made a mo- tions set the value for the following property: Lots 13-14 of Block 1; 156 2nd Ave NE Hunter's 1st to the City of Beach at $1,553.23 and Commissioner Dietz seconded. Motion carried. Commissioner Dietz made a motion to set the value for the following prop- erty: South 16 feet of Lot 3 & Lots 4-5- 6-7 of Block 1 ; 330 1 st Ave SW Hunter's 4th to the City of Beach at $1,100.00 and Commissioner Maus seconded. Motion carried. Commissioner Dietz made a motion to set the value for the following prop- erty: All of Lot 10 and Lot 11 less North 10 feet of Block 8; 425 5th Ave SE Hunter's 5th to the City of Beach at $700.00 and Commissioner Maus sec- onded. Motion carried. 1 P.M is the time that the Board set for the Annual Sale on November 21, 2017 for these properties. Commissioner Tescher made a mo- tion to adjourn and Commissioner Dietz seconded. Motion carried. Chairman Tescher declared the meeting ad- journed at 1:40 P.M. ATTEST: Tamra Sperry, County Auditor Troy Tescher, Chairman, County Commissioners (December 14) Put )/our Money Where )/our/.louse t~at ~nde#endent ,,J~t~ ~re~gt~n our businesses are ~ comr'lunlty your best vaJue and our economy Early and effective tax planning can manage your income and maximize the use of tax incentives Tax and Recordkeeping Available to Non-Members NN For subscribers, your subscription's expiration date is on your address label. It's time to send in your payment if your expiration is 3 weeks away.