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December 16, 2010 Page 5 Notice NOTICE OF FINDING(OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT AND NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST THE RELEASE OF FUNDS December 11 2010 City of Medora P.O. Box 418-A. Medora, ND 58645 These notices shall satisfy two sep- arate but related procedqral require- ments for activities to be]undertaken by the City of Medora on behalf of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation. REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS On or about December 31, 2010, the City of Medora. on behalf of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation. will submit a request to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the release of HUD-EDI funds under the EDI-SP pro- gram of Public Law 111-117 (Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2010) for a grant which has been approved for the Rough Riders Hotel Renovation and Expansion. FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT An environmental review conduct- ed for the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation has determined that the project will have no significant impact on the human environment. An Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) therefore, is not required. Additional information is contained in the Environmental Review Record on file at the offices of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation in Medora. ND, and may be examined or copied weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. PUBLIC COMMENTS Any individual, group or agency who has concerns about the environ- mental impact of this project may sub- mit written comments to the City of Medora. All comments received by December 31. 2010 will be considered by the City of Medora prior to authoriz- ing submission of a request for a release of funds. Comments should specify which Notice they are address- ing. RELEASE OF FUNDS The City of Medora. on behalf of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation, certifies to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that Douglas Ellison, in his capacity as Mayor, consents to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if an action Js,.brought, to enforce responsibilities in relation to the environmental review process and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's approval of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA and relat- ed laws and authorities, and allows the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation to use Program funds. OBJECTIONS TO THE RELEASE OF FUNDS The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development wil accept objections to its release of funds and the City of Medora's certification for a period of fifteen days following the anticipated submission date or its actual receipt of the request (whichev- er is later) only if they are made on one of the following bases: (a) the certifica- tion was not executed by the certifying officer of the City of Medora; (b) The City of Medora or Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development reg- ulations at 24 CFR Part 58; (c) the grant recipient has committed funds or incurred costs not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before the approval of a release of funds by the U,S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; or (d) another Federal Agency, acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504. has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfacto- ry from the standpoint of environmen- tal quality. Objections must be pre- pared and submitted in accordance with the required procedures of 24 CFR Part 58 and shall be addressed to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Region VIII Office. 8ADE, 1670 Broadway Street, Denver, Colorado 80202-4801. Potential objectors should contact the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to verify the actu- al last day of the objection period. Douglas Ellison Mayor of Medora (December 16) This Week's Racing News Driver's BiD Racing History Racing Trivia Copies of the Golden Valley News are available at: - Sip N Sew/Beach Floral (22 Central Ave., Beach) LaPlaya Mexican Restaurant (27 Central Ave., Beach) - Doubloons (18 4th St. NW, Beach) - Flying J Travel Plaza (Junction of Interstate 94, Beach) - Golva Grocery (408 Terrell Ave., Golva) - News and Pioneer Office (22 Central Ave., Beach) The American Red Cross West flood and wind storm in Mandan: people received education on disas- Dakota Chapter has released its first providing shelter support because of ter preparation. State of the Chapter report. The power outages in Sioux County; and The work of the West Dakota Chapter serves 16 counties in south providing for people with emergent Chapter is accomplished with near- central and southwestern North medical needs during the power out- ly 150 volunteers. They work with Dakota: Burleigh, Morton Adams. ages in Hettinger and Morton city, county and state emergency Emmons. Sioux, Stark. Slope, Counties. A total of 110 people managers and first responders, act- Hettinger, Grant. Golden Valley, received emergency, short-term ing upon their request to open a Kidder, Dunn, Mercer, Oliver. financial assistance so far this year. shelter or respond to a disaster such Billings and Bowman. Over 50 emergency communi-as a home fire. As of Dec. 7. the West Dakota cations were facilitated, connecting Board Chair Mary LaDuke said. Chapter responded to 40 disaster members of the military with their "'The American Red Cross is a sta- incidents in 2010. This included families in times of crisis, ble. highly trusted organization in assisting fanailies in 28 home fires: Finally. 4.500 people wereNorth Dakota. The support of the feeding 220 responders searching instructed in First Aid. CPR.community, whether volunteering for a lost child in Morton County; Babysitter's Training, and Aquatic or giving financially, is essential to assisting victims impacted by a flash Lifesaving Courses. Over 1.000 completing our mission.'" Services planned for Vietnam War pilot A Vietnam War pilot who has trol assignment, the afternoon of July On Saturday, Dec. 18. visitation been missing in action for more than 30, 1968. He was later declared dead will begin at 12:30 p.m. followed by four decades came home to Fargo on May 2, 1978. and his remains the funeral at 1:30 p.m.. both at St. this week. were identified Nov. 19 of this year. Mary's Cathedral. 619 7th St. N,. The remains of "U.S. Air Force"This mission is so important Fargo. Burial will follow at Holy Maj. Thomas Beyer were scheduled because a brother of ours who has Cross Cemetery, 1502 32nd Ave. N.. to arrive Wednesday evening, and his been listed as MIA for about 42 Fargo. funeral will take place Saturday after- years is finally being reunited with "Gov. Jack Dalrymple and Maj. noon. his family and friends." said Russ Gen. David Sprynczynatyk, North Beyer served with the 20th Stabler. with North Dakota's Dakota National Guard adjutant gen- Tactical Air Support Squadron at Chu Vietnam Veterans of America. "As eral, are expected to speak during the Lai Air Base in South Vietnam. From veterans of the Vietnam War. each funeral service. Veterans groups and there, he flew the O-2A Skymaster, a and every Vietnam and Vietnam-era honor guards as well as currently military version of the Cessna 337, as veteran is eager to welcome home serving military men and women will a spotter plane. He went m~ssing our brother. Maj, Thomas J. 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For further information, please contact Darlene Mitchell at 701-623-4363 or 701-260-1316. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals, and to waive irregularities. By Order of the Board Darlene Mitchell. Business Manager Pro Racing Postseason Edition Scott Speed filed a $6.5 million breach-of-contract lawsuit against Red Bull Racing, the team that released Speed following the 2010 season. In the lawsuit, filed in North Carolina Supedor Court in Statesville, N.C., Speed claims that Red Bull did not fund the team as necessary to compete at the Cup level. Red Bull "significantly reduced its fnancial commitment to Speed's race team and was unable and/or unwilling to provide Speed with 'supporting equipment' satisfactory for a driver of his skill to be effective to compete in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series," Speed's complaint states. Speed's complaint also ~rovides a rare, inside look at the money being paid in the Sprint Cup series for a driver at his level. The lawsuit says Speed signed a three-year deal in September 2007 for a salary of $300,000 in 2008, $500,000 in 2009 and $1 million in 2010. He was to receive 50 percent of his purse winnings for each top-10 finish, 45 percent for finishing 11 th through 20th and 40 percent for finishes of 21st or worse. Speed, 27, was released from the team last month as it made way for intedm ddver Kasey Kahne in 2011. Dec. 14. 19:~7 - Former Cup driver Hershel Who was the first Father-Son combination McGriff was born on this day. McGriff made to win Cup Championships? news in 2009 when he started two races m a) The Yarborough's c) The Eamhardt's the Camping World West Series at the spry b) The Jarrett'sd) The Petty's age of 81. He finished 13th of 26 care on the road course of Portland (Ore.) Answer: d) The Petty's. Father Lee won his International Raceway in July and two championships in 1954, 1958, an~ 1959. Not far weeks later finishe 19th on the road behind was son Richard, who won his first title in course of Miller Motorsports Park in 1964. Six more crowns would come for King Tooele, Utah. Richard. Ned Jarrett won a title in 1959, while son Dale won his in 1999. Scott Speed Born: Jan. 24, 1983 Sponsor: Red Bull Crew Chief: Ryan Pemberton Car: Toyota Biography: Scott Speed made his Formula One race debut at 2006 Bahrain Grand Prix. ~coming the first American to race in F1 since Michael Andretti in 1993. In March 2008. Speed made his TPJck Series debut at Atlanta Motor Speedway. He recorded his first career Top 10 finish in just his sec- ond race, when he finished tenth at MartJnsville Speedway. Speed recorded back-to-back top ten finishes in the Truck Series at Kansas Speedway by finishing in eighth place in the #22 Red Bull Toyota for Bill Davis Racing, and then won his first career race the followng week at Dover. On October 19, 2008, Speed started his first Cup Series race at Marlinsville Speedway finishing in 30th place. In 2009, he won his first ever Rookie of the Race honors at the prestigious Daytona 500. Speed also won the pole for the Sam's Town 300 in his Natiodwide Series debut. Last year, Speed's best performance was leading several laps of the Daytona 500. He tlnished the season 30th in the points standings. This sponsorship space is now available. Call 872-3755for details.