PUBLIC NOTICES ND Board of Nursing Board Room 919 South 7th Street Suite 504 Bismarck, ND 58504 Thurs., January 16, 2014 1:30 p.m. CT
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA
IN DISTRICT COURT
COUNTY OF EMMONS
In the Matter of the Estate of
William T. Brindle, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal representative of the above-named estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Tamara L. Klein, personal representative of the estate, 722 N. 23rd Street, Bismarck, ND, or Jack McDonald, Wheeler Wolf Law Firm, Attorneys for the Estate, P.O. Box 1776, Bismarck, North Dakota, or filed with the Court.
Dated this 20th day of November, 2013.
-s-TAMARA L. KLEIN
Tamara L. Klein
Attorneys for Personal
220 North Fourth Street
P.O. Box 1776
Bismarck, ND 58502-1776
(Dec. 5, 12, 19)
HAZELTON, NORTH DAKOTA
December 3, 2013
Meeting was called to order by President Jim Malard. Following Commissioners present: Darwin Opp and Virginia McClure.
This meeting was called with the intent to discuss the Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of $1,500,000 Loan Anticipation Temporary Revenue Bond of 2013.
Auditor shared information with the commission that she received from a conference call with Mike Manstrom of Dougherty and Co. and John Shockley, bond counsel for City of Hazelton.Auditor informed the commission that this is a revenue bond and there is no collateral to secure the loan. A revenue bond means that the loan is secured by setting sufficient water revenue levels. On advice from our bond counsel, there is no personal liability for any commissioner pertaining to the USDA loan funds.
McClure motioned that upon approval of the Resolution authorizing the issuance of $1,500,000 loan anticipation temporary rev- enue bond of 2013 that the Project Construction Fund, Sinking Fund and all other Funds related to the Water Project be set up as double signatory accounts to be signed by the City Auditor and President of the Board for all expenditures. Auditor informed the commission that all accounts within the City of Hazelton are set up with double signatures that includes the President, Vice President and City Auditor. Seconded by Opp. All ayes.
McClure motioned to approve the Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of $1,500,000 Loan Anticipation Temporary Revenue Bond of 2013 provided that an original copy of the bank statements be proved monthly at each regular meeting along with a detailed accounting of each expenditure in order to ensure that we comply with all the regulations as put forth in the Bond agreement and as prescribed by law. Auditor stated that USDArequires the City of Hazelton to maintain a separate account for the construction project funds and expenditures. USDA also requires specific auditing procedures for the loan and grant monies. Seconded by Opp. All ayes.
Motion to adjourn until next scheduled meeting on January 6, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. Motion by Mc- Clure; seconded by Opp.All ayes.
SARA TITLE III “Community Right-To-Know”
The Superfund Amendment and Re-authorization Act of 1986 requires the Local Emergency Planning Committee to publish an annual notification on the availability of information concerning hazardous materials in the community.
All companies that have hazardous materials on site in reportable quantities must file a Tier II Form with the Emmons County Office of Emergency Management and their local fire department.
A complete list of all the Tier II Forms is available for review at the Emmons County Courthouse during normal business hours.
This notice is published annually by the direction of the Emmons County Local Emergency Planning Committee.
/s/Mary H. Senger
ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT AND AMEND ADMINISTRATIVE RULES
relating to Pari-Mutuel Wagering Systems
North Dakota Racing Commission
will hold a public hearing to address proposed changes to the N.D. Admin. Code article 69.5-01-08.
500 N. 9th St. (lower level)
Mon., January 6, 2014
A copy of the proposed rules may be printed from the North Dakota Racing Commission website, www.ndracingcommission.com, or obtained by writing the above address or calling (701) 328-4633. Written comments on the proposed rules may be sent to the above address until January 17, 2014. If you plan to attend the public hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the North Dakota Racing Commission at the above telephone number or address at least seven (7) days prior to the public hearing.
Dated this 26th day of November, 2013
Gunner IaCour, Director
North Dakota Racing Commission
OF THE BOARD OF
OF EMMONS COUNTY,
AT ITS REGULAR MEETING
November 5, 2013
Chairman Francis W. Lawler called the meeting to order at 10 a.m. with Commissioners Gary Hulm, Dennis J. Hummel, Gary Keller and Jeffrey J. Magrum being present. Also present was States Attorney Donald R. Becker.
The October 2013 end-ofmonth fund balance report and the year-to-date expenditure report were distributed to the board.
Motion by Commissioner Hummel to approve the minutes of the October 1, 2013, regular meeting. Seconded by Commissioner Hulm. Roll call “YES”: Hulm, Hummel, Keller, Magrum and Lawler. Motion carried.
At 10:15 a.m., a public hearing was held on the appraisals of property acquired by the County through tax deed proceedings. Any objections to the minimum sale price would have to be made by Officials of Cities/Townships in which the property is located. No one appeared to object to the minimum sale price as determined by the County Commissioners.
Florence Plienis appeared and stated that motor vehicle business hours will change effective December 1, 2013, to the following:
Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Fridays: 8:30 a.m. to Noon.
Also, motor vehicle branch service fees will increase effective December 1, 2013, to the following:
New title or title transfer with registration $8.00
New title or title transfer only $7.00
License renewals $4.00
New Registration $1.00
All other transactions $7.00
Sheriff Gary Sanders appeared and gave an update on the Sheriff’s Office and County Jail.
At 11:00 a.m. the first of the two public hearings was held for consideration of combining the Auditor and Treasurer offices effective April 1, 2015. Appearing were County Officials, Florence Plienis, Ann Bernhardt and Anita Ibach. No other citizens from the public appeared.
The board recessed for lunch and reconvened at 1:00 p.m.
Kenneth Brendel, road and shop foreman, reported on the activities of the County Road Department.
Butler Machinery appeared and gave a presentation on Vision Link.
Commissioner Magrum motioned to approve the federal aid and federal bridge projects scheduled for 2014 and beyond and road projects for HB1358 State Funded projects as follows:
•ftBRO-0015—Bridge 11 miles West and 5 miles South of Linton—2020
• CNOA-1520(053)—US 83 E, Temvik E, 14 miles—2014
• CNOA- 1510( 053)— ND 1804 to US 83, Hazelton W., 13 miles—2014
• CNOA- 1520( 054)— ND 1804 to US 83, Temvik, ND, 12 miles—2014
• CNOA-1529(067)—Kintyre N to Co. Line—6.5 miles—2014
Seconded by Commissioner Keller. Roll call “YES”: Hulm, Hummel, Keller, Magrum and Lawler. Motion carried.
Commissioner Magrum motioned that the County enforce the road encroachment for maintaining the integrity of the roadway and public safety and to increase the weed cutting charges to $300/ shoulder mile in 2014. Seconded by Commissioner Hulm. Roll call “YES”: Hulm, Hummel, Keller, Magrum and Lawler. Motion carried.
Motion by Commissioner Hulm to approve the application for abatement of taxes for parcel 51-1-101, 52-1-100, 52-9-652, 52-1-44, 52-6-480, 52-11-682, 52-11-709, 52-11-710, 52-14-820 and 53-6-303. Seconded by Commissioner Keller. Roll call “YES”: Hulm, Hummel, Keller, Magrum and Lawler. Motion carried.
Motion by Commissioner Hummel to approve the following building permits:
• Ron Bitz to erect a 28 x 46 residence on Lot 8 and 9 of Rudy’s Subdivision in Section 5, Township 130, Range 79.
• Calvin and Paula Kelsch to erect a 50 x 100 building on Tract in N1/2, NW1/4, Section 32, Township 131, Range 79. Seconded by Commissioner Keller. Roll call “YES”: Hulm, Hummel, Keller, Magrum and Lawler. Motion carried.
Motion by Commissioner Magrum to approve the application and issue a liquor license to South Central ThreshingAssociation. Seconded by Commissioner Hulm. Roll call “YES”: Hulm, Hummel, Keller, Magrum and Lawler. Motion carried.
The consensus of the Board was to close the courthouse on December 24, 2013, for the Christmas Holiday.
The following payroll and expense for reimbursement vouchers were examined, approved and ordered paid:
General—payroll $62,755.19, expense for reimbursement $1,175.78.
Highway Tax— payroll $37,877.68, expense for reimbursement $281.40.
Human Service— payroll $9,709.83, expense for reimbursement $655.98.
Victim Witness Coordinator— payroll $255.46.
County Jail—payroll $45.00.
The following vouchers were reviewed and approved for payment:
MDU, utilities $75.23; Balco Uniform Co. Inc., safety vests $145.78; Beastrom Oil Co., fuel $8,527.75; Becker, Donald R., cell phone bill $26.00; BEK Communications, telephone service $62.00; BEK Communications, telephone service $1,043.16; Best Western Doublewood, lodging $207.90; Bituminous Paving Inc., overlay at county shop $1,770.03; Brendel, Kenneth, cell phone reimbursement, Kenny $38.89; Brown & Saenger, office supplies $642.30; Burleigh County Detention Center, prisoner billing $2,080.00; Butler Machinery Co., parts $24,607.41; Central Dakota Frontier Co-op, gas/oil $2,010.40; Centre Inc., 4th quarter community service contract $1,200.00; Linton City, 1/2 cost of overlay $54,402.57; Linton City, courthouse water bill $69.94; Strasburg City, water bill, county shop $162.52; CRA Payment Center, parts $229.87; Custom Truck Accessories, grill guard $635.00; Dockter’s Blacksmith, service $60.72; Dykema, Dennis, mowing and spraying of city lots $300.00; Emmons County Publishing, publishing $322.68; Emmons County Treasurer, current expense $399.48; Esco Supply, grader edge $392.12; Esri Inc., Arc Gis $400.00; Family Pharmacy/ Dady Drug, prisoner prescriptions $261.99; Fireside Office Products, supplies $450.42; Geoserv Inc., Coarse and Fine Gradations $90.00; Hedahl’s Inc., shop supplies $292.39; Information Technology Dept., internet access $458.85; Inland Truck Parts and Service, parts and service $745.02; Jerome Distributing, water refills $72.50; Keller’s Hardware, shop supplies $10.47; Linton Food Center, supplies $12.95; Linton Hardware, supplies $211.40; Merchants Capital, lease payment, 2009 blade $22,871.70; MDU, utilities $1,120.45; Morton County Sheriff’s Dept., prisoner billing $455.00; NACO, 2014 county dues $450.00; Nodak True Value, supplies $358.97; No Fuss Carpet Cleaning, service $416.00; North Country Trucks and Parts, hub cap $46.05; NDAAO, registration fee $115.00; NDACO, wireless and landline collections $320.86; NDACO, convention and ILG fees $1,635.00; NDACO Resources Group, computer support $260.00; ND Dept. Human Services, jail medical expense $1,708.68; ND RecordersAssociation, membership dues $100.00; ND State Radio Communications, 911 billing $5,126.94; ND State Radio Communications, LETS billing $120.00; ND Surplus Property, tools $54.00; Northern Plains Co-op, fuel $10,614.54; Office Depot, supplies $284.92; Office of Attorney General, ND 24/7 Sobriety Program $120.00; Payment Remittance Center, gas/fuel/supplies $10,705.62; Payment Remittance Center, gas/fuel/supplies $748.67; Payment Remittance Center, gas/ fuel/supplies $609.04; Payment Remittance Center, gas/fuel/ supplies $823.93; Payment Remittance Center, gas/fuel/ supplies $691.74; Payment Remittance Center, gas/fuel/ supplies $187.71; Payment Remittance Center, gas/fuel/ supplies $859.66; Pfeifle on 83, oil change and windshield repair $129.78; Power Plan, parts $962.97; Proforms, treasurer deposit tickets $173.16; R & K Equipment, parts $134.71; Ramkota Hotel, lodging $821.70; Ramkota Hotel, lodging $159.98; Reliable Office Supplies, office supplies $164.42; Reliance Telephone Inc., prisoner phone calls $9.28; Norman Renschler, maintenance at Langelier’s Bay $990.00; Richland County Auditor, W-2 forms $38.23; Sayler Implement Inc., parts $107.40; Schumacher’s Inc., oil change $53.62; South Central Regional Water, water bill at Linton shop $42.49; TC Specialties, supplies $51.25; 3D Specialties, signs $43.60; Tower Communications, tower rent $200.00; Unlimited Office Products, supplies $300.80; Verizon Wireless, cell phone service $303.32; Walworth County Sheriff’s Dept., prisoner billing $5,950.00; Wallwork Truck Center, parts and supplies $159.65; Verizon Wireless, cell phone service $32.73; KEM Electric, utilities $178.67; Lexis Nexis, on-line charges $57.00; KEM Electric, utilities $103.85.
There being no further business before the board, Commissioner Magrum motioned to adjourn. Seconded by Commissioner Hulm. The meeting adjourned at 4 p.m.
Approved: December 3, 2013.
Francis W. Lawler
Chairman, Board of
Emmons County Auditor
REGULAR MEETING HAZELTON, NORTH DAKOTA
December 2, 2013
Meeting was called to order by President Jim Malard. Following Commissioners present: Darwin Opp and Virginia McClure. Maintenance Engineer Matt Hagl was also present. Visitors present were Tom McClure, Verda Seeklander, Joe Robinson, Dean Weiss, Roxanne Schrantz, Tim Renz, Erin Magrum and Hadley Seeklander.
Visitors were acknowledged at this time. Mike Manstrom of Dougherty and Co. was unable to attend the meeting, so City Auditor presented a Financial Resolution for the purchase of bonds for the water project. Item was tabled until later in the meeting.
Roxanne Schrantz requested a liquor license for DJ’s Hitching Post to be located at 441 Main Street. Motion to approve liquor license and Sunday opening license was made by Opp; seconded by McClure. All ayes.
Minutes from November 4, 2013, were approved as presented.
There were no additions to the agenda.
There was no court report due to court not being held in the month of November.
Treasurer’s Report, month ending November 30, 2013, was approved as presented. Motion by Opp; seconded by McClure. All ayes.
Late accounts were discussed. City Auditor will send out the appropriate shut off notices with a disconnect day of December 16, 2013.
There were no building permits.
Bills were approved as presented. Motion by McClure; seconded by Opp. All ayes.
Hazelton Park $ 25.94; Hazelton Airport $65.44; Water Tower Collections $2,597.41; IRS $1,317.59; USPS $184; USPS $39.95; Don Becker $178.50; Emmons County Record $144.92; Fireside Office $172.00; Hedahls $18.42; South Central Grain $57.50; Stramer’s Automotive $223.88; Trash, Inc. $2,700.00; Bank of Hazelton $360.66; Beastrom Oil $21.71; BEK Communications $14.18; Dakota Frontier Cooperative $616.39; Martel Salvage $35.00; MDU $1,116.51; ND Health Laboratory $16.00; ND One Call $3.30; Bank of Hazelton $767.30; LaDonna Dreager $183.00; James Malard $23.09; Darwin Opp $23.09; Malard Elevator Construction $128.01; ND Rural Water Systems $200.00; Office Depot $265.78; CC Electric $48.00; Blue Cross Blue Shield of ND $137.90; Angela Benz $2,333.60; Matthew Hagl $3,760.80.
Maintenance personnel, Matt Hagl, gave the maintenance report. All of the Christmas lights have been put up around town. He is working with Hawkins and the ND Health Department on water smell issues.
City Auditor gave her report. She shared information received from Credit Bureau of Bismarck on the collection process for delinquent accounts.
Discussion was held on the vacant City Commission position. Motion was made to appoint Gary Griffin by McClure. Motion died for lack of a second. Item was tabled.
Motion to offer the County $1.00 per parcel, plus filing fees to purchase three parcels that were acquired by the County for back taxes. Motion by McClure; seconded by Opp. All ayes.
New Resident Packet was discussed. Commissioners are to input numbers and discuss at next months meeting.
Commissioner Opp gave the water and sewer report. The water issues are being worked on by Matt.
Due to a vacancy there was no street report.
Commissioner McClure had no economic development report. She did meet with Matt on an equipment list and she is working on inputting the information into a usable document.
Commissioner Reich was not present.
Motion to approve liquor license renewal for Central Dakota Frontier Cooperative was made by Opp; seconded by McClure. All ayes.
After much discussion it was decided to not get our name on the list for the Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund program.
Motion to amend the Home Rule Charter for a 1% City Sales Tax increase with 90% of the increase going to fund the Water Project and 10% going to a Reserve Fund. Motion by Opp; seconded by McClure. All ayes.
Motion to appoint Erin Magrum, Dean Weiss, Tom McClure, Joe Robinson and Derrick Beastrom (upon acceptance) to a four-year term on the Home Rule Charter Commission. Motion by McClure; seconded by Opp. All ayes. The City Auditor will serve as Secretary for the Home Rule Charter Commission.
Discussion was held on 2014 utility rates. Item was tabled until January 2014 meeting.
Further discussion was held on the Financial Resolution. With no agreement, item was tabled until a Special Meeting on December 3, 2013, at 1:00 pm at City Hall.
Motion to adjourn until next scheduled meeting on January 6 , 2013, at 7:00 p.m. Motion by Opp; seconded by McClure. All ayes.
CITY OF STRASBURG
December 2, 2013
The regular monthly meeting of the Strasburg City Council was held Monday, December 2, 2013, at 5:00 p.m. at City Hall. Mayor Jay Miller called the meeting to order. Upon roll call the following members were present: Ken Zacher, Howard Seaman, Todd Lang, Sonny Lipp and Ray Nieuwsma. Absent was Jerome Meidinger. Also present was Frank Bosch Jr., Chris K., Irvin S., Andre T., Wendelin F., Gary K., Andy R., Mary L., Kevin G., Brian G. and Ed N.
The minutes from the last monthly meeting were then read. Todd Lang made a motion to approve the minutes as read, seconded by Howard Seaman.All voted aye. Motion carried.
At this time Chris presented to the board whether the council would approve donating $20,000.00 to the fire department for a truck. After discussion Ray Nieuwsma made a motion to approve the donation, seconded by Howard Seaman. All voted aye. Motion carried. Other discussion was held on housing, land and plans.
Water readings were all calculated wrong. Banyon is working on fixing the problem. New bills will be mailed out.
Maintenance report: We traded the pay loader, we sold the old one. At this time the bids were opened. Todd Lang made a motion to accept the bid of $150.00 for the compressor, seconded by Sonny Lipp. All voted aye. Motion carried. Howard Seaman made a motion to accept the bid of $520.00 for the pick-up, seconded by Ray Nieuwsma. All voted aye. Motion carried. We will advertise the sweeper in the League of Cities magazine.
Water bill cutoff date was discussed. All water bills must be paid by the 15th of the month, or their service will be disconnected. The $50.00 reconnect fee was discussed.
Ken Zacher made a motion to approve an application for abatement of taxes, seconded by Sonny Lipp. All voted aye. Motion carried.
Garbage rate for a commercial place was discussed.
Todd Lang made a motion to amend the budget, seconded by Howard Seaman. All voted aye. Motion carried.
Sonny Lipp made a motion to approve our pledge of securities that they are adequate, seconded by Ray Nieuwsma. All voted aye. Motion carried. Lang refrained from voting due to conflict of interest.
Christmas bonuses and party were discussed. The Christmas party will be held December 21, 2013, at the Blue Room.
The council reviewed the balance sheets.
Todd Lang made a motion to approve a raffle permit to Strasburg Firemen’s Club, seconded by Ken Zacher. All voted aye. Motion carried.
Sonny Lipp made a motion to approve the following bills for payment, seconded by Ray Nieuwsma. All voted aye. Motion carried.
Salaries $4,485.53; Heartland Waste, garbage $3,020.00; KEM, service $89.00; MDU, service $1,417.86; Verizon, phone $31.89; US Post Office, postage $60.39; Nationwide Retirement, 401k $593.44; SSB, withholding $1,616.50; Dakota Dust-Tex, campground $40.55; Diamond Truck, parts $129.17; Emmons County Record, ads and minutes $145.59; Ferguson Waterworks, copper tubing $392.72; Keller’s Hardware, supplies $229.23; Kelsch Excavating, water break $1,800.00; Martin Oil, fuel $1,004.64; Municipal Government, dues $30.00; ND Department of Health, tests $32.00; NPC, propane $255.40; Sanitation Products, parts $207.35; SCRWD, water $6,324.00; SJ Foods, rent and supplies $376.03.
Ray Nieuwsma made a motion to sell three city-owned lots with the same stipulation that any plans have to be approved by the council, seconded by Todd Lang. All voted aye. Motion carried. Something has to be done by 10-1-2014 or the city regains the lots.
Keller’s septic tank is done; the other two will be done in the spring.
The next regular scheduled meeting will be held Monday, January 6, 2014, at 5:00 p.m. at City Hall.
Ken Zacher made a motion to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Sonny Lipp. All voted aye. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned.
HAGUE CITY COUNCIL
HAGUE, NORTH DAKOTA
December 3, 2013
Present: Mayor Ervine Nold, Betty Volk, Tim Houn, Richard Wenninger, Jerry Schuck and Bonnie Funk. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Nold.
The minutes of the last meeting were read. A motion was made by Betty Volk and seconded by Tim Houn to approve the minutes. Motion carried, all voting aye.
Bills paid: Joyce Pfeifer, salary $369.40; Ervine Nold, salary $230.88; Tim Houn, salary $184.70; Betty Volk, salary $184.70; Mike Knoll, Santa $20.00; MDU, street lighting $514.10; State Health Dept., water sampling $16.00; Emmons County Publishing, publishing minutes $71.88; South Central Regional Water, Nov. water bill reading $1,405.00; One Call Concepts, call to dig $2.20; Tim Houn, extension cords $30.50; Schwab Lawn Service, 2013 mowing $408.00; Stanley Boschee, winterize park $80.00.
A motion was made by Tim Houn and seconded by Betty Volk to approve the bills. Motion carried, all voting aye. $40 was received for park rent.
The Financial reports for the cafe were reviewed. A motion was made by Betty Volk and seconded by Tim Houn to approve the reports. Motion carried, all voting aye.
The Strasburg/Zeeland prom committee had made a request for a prize donation to the afterprom party from the Hague Cafe. Tim Houn made a motion and Betty Volk seconded to donate a gift certificate in the amount of $25.00. Motion carried, all voting aye.
Santa will be arriving in Hague on Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Hague Amvets Hall. The annual vendor Christmas Open House will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Santa will be there from 1:30 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. The Hague Amvets have offered to donate the funds for the goody bags from Santa. The city would like to extend a special thank you for their generosity.
The meeting was adjourned by Mayor Nold.
ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND ADMINISTRATIVE RULES
relating to Nurse Licensure
North Dakota Board of Nursing
will hold a public hearing to address proposed changes to the N.D. Admin. Code.
The proposed rules may be reviewed at the ofce of the North Dakota Board of Nursing, 919 S. 7th St., Suite 504, Bismarck ND 58504-5881. A copy of the proposed rules may be requested by writing the above address or calling (701) 328-9777. The proposed rules will be available on the ND Board of Nursing Website at www.ndbon.org. Written or oral comments on the proposed rules sent to the above address or the contact us section of the website and received by January 29, 2014, the date the comment period closes, will be fully considered. If you plan to attend the public hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the North Dakota Board of Nursing at the above phone number or address at least one week prior to the public hearing.
Dated this 27th day of Nov. 2013.
Constance B. Kalanek
RN Executive Director
North Dakota Board of Nursing