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Official Proceedings of the

Thursday, February 7, 2019 - 6:08pm

Official Proceedings of the
Stutsman County Commission January 3, 2019
At 4:00 p.m., Chairman Klose called the regular meeting of the Stutsman County Commission to order. Dennis Ova, Ramone Gumke, David Schwartz, Steven Cichos, and Mark Klose answered the roll call.
Schwartz made a motion, seconded by Gumke, to approve the minutes of the December meetings. Motion carried.
Fritz Fremgen, States Attorney, presented his monthly report.
Mickey Nenow, Road Superintendent, discussed the motor grader bids. Two companies, Butler and RDO submitted a bid. The Butler bid was cheaper but did not meet all the specs as it is missing lower front windshield wipers. Schwartz recommended tabling the issue until the next meeting to do more research.
Howie Peuser, LEC Maintenance Supervisor, discussed bids for the LEC remodel. Peuser recommended Nill Construction at $71,200 with the option of ballistic material installed in the Police department and Sheriffs department to stay within the $120,000 budget. Gumke made a motion to approve the bid for Nill Construction with the alternate, seconded by Ova. Ova, Gumke, Schwartz, Cichos, and Klose voted aye. Motion carried.
Scott Edinger, Chief of Police, discussed an MOU between the Police Department and the Sheriffs Department for the shooting range. He requested permission to have Leo Ryan draw up a memorandum of understanding between the City and the County. Cichos made a motion, seconded by Schwartz to approve the request. Motion carried.
Keith Domke from the Jamestown Marksmanship Education Range gave an update on the Jamestown gun range. They have been working with the Stutsman County Fair Board on finding a location for the gun range. The spot they were interested in is already leased. They are now inquiring about couple of parcels that are currently owned by the Bureau of Reclamation and are requesting information or help from the Commission in regard to purchasing or leasing the land. Once the land is transferred to the Stutsman County Park Board, there could be a possibility of leasing the land. The Board will keep the organization updated on the progress of the land transfer from the Bureau.
Connie Ova, JSDC, presented a request for funds for new iPads for the JSDC Board of Directors. The County share of the request is $2,000. Schwartz made a motion to approve the request, seconded by Cichos. Gumke, Schwartz, Cichos, Klose, and Ova voted aye. Motion carried.
Nicole Meland, Auditor / COO presented the anticipated 2019 Stutsman County wages. This includes a 2% COLA and 2% step increase for eligible employees. Ova made a motion to approve, seconded by Schwartz. Schwartz, Cichos, Klose, Ova, and Gumke voted aye. Motion carried.
Commission: Cichos, Steven $12,181.53; Gumke, Ramone $12,181.53; Klose, Mark T. $12,181.53; Ova, Dennis $12,181.53; Schwartz, David $12,181.53 Auditors Office: Bond, Joshua $43,957.56; Genter, Corey $43,095.65; Larson, Shannon $42,150.47; Linz, Jason $54,491.77; McLean, Emily $38,690.42; Meland, Nicole $101,657.90; Perleberg, Tyler $74,854.89; Smaage, Josh $91,226.32; Tanata, Ashley $39,464.22 Treasurers Office: Albrecht, Haylee $38,690.42; Moser, Jessica $51,213.32 Recorders Office: Alonge, Jessica $74,854.89; McGilvrey, Maureen $38,690.42 States Attorney Office: Fredrickson, Joni $43,953.16; Fremgen, Fritz $96,954.93; Holzkamm, Cindy $51,381.19; Nwoga, Joseph $63,387.38; Sims, Dana $64,655.13; Sunderland, Russell $43,095.65; Ulven, Karla $39,809.73 Building Maintenance: Attleson, Mark $36,056.90; Fettig, Jim $54,655.70; Fischer, Kelly $35,349.90 Sheriffs Office: Anderson, April $41,879.75; Davis, Brian $48,473.37; Falk, Jason $67,753.66; Hess, Keith $71,028.16; Hirchert, Jonathan $48,473.37; Holzworth, Mercedez $45,677.55; Hoyt, Damian $56,133.01; Kaiser, Chad $85,984.74; McPherson, Ciara $43,903.83; Muske, Doug $51,440.34; Schwanz, Jared $43,903.83; White, Danny $47,522.92; Yunck, Casey $56,133.01; Zerr, Lorisa $47,163.39 Emergency Management/E-911: Bergquist, Jerry $77,268.86; Franklin, Kimberly $51,858.22; Morris, Rita $50,373.71; Andres, Dorinda $50,373.71; Blinsky, Pam $44,443.12; Carter, Terese $36,056.90; Cebula, Scott $43,571.69; Greeney, Joshua $35,349.90; Jarland, Christi $44,443.12; Johnson, Rebekah $34,473.02; Knight Kathryn $33,977.22; Locken, Echo $35,349.90; Thomas, Kelly Jo $35,349.90; Wanamaker, Kathy $36,778.04 Veterans Office: Bratton, David $50,209.14 Highway Department: Bjorland, Rusty $36,265.63; Braun, Nancy $41,058.58; Buskness, John $44,730.42; Christenson, Larry $32,202.82; Christianson, Jesse $42,150.47; DeWald, Rod $42,993.48; Dick, Neal $37,931.78; Ehrlich, Brian $32,202.82; Engler, Russell $36,458.84; Harrington, Robin $51,381.19; Kapp, Rusty $43,095.65; Koble, Ron $51,381.19; Kramlich, Michael $40,513.71; McDonald, Tyler $37,931.78; Michel, Tyler $59,919.13; Nenow, Mickey $68,105.67; Schmidt, Philip $36,265.63; Siebert, Leroy $42,150.47; Towe, Jeremy $40,513.71; Wegenke, Neil $44,730.42; Wentland, James $47,522.92; Wiest, Dan $51,381.19; Wiest, Duane $52,895.38; Zabka, Kevin $51,381.19; Zuck, David $47,468.28 Parks: Bergh, Karl $52,469.14; Murch, Lyndon $33,246.14; Parsons, Roger $24,631.78 Corrections: Aune, Sara $41,422.18; Barnes, Richard $60,163.31; Dauenhauer, Timothy $45,677.55; Dunwoody, Kayla $42,250.63; Franke, Scott $51,858.22; Geroux, Garry $44,832.23; Goter, Darin $63,070.98; Hartman, Jessica $51,858.22; Jackson, Chad $81,998.33; Koropatnicki, Dan $60,760.18; Kramer, Myrdette $43,095.65; McDowell, Mylee $51,858.22; Meidinger, Mark $46,591.10; Partlow, Abbey $43,095.65; Peuser, Howard $54,655.70; Pollard, Daniel $43,095.65; Rueda Deleon, Ryan $48,473.37; Richardson, Brandon $42,250.63; Schafer, Shaun $51,858.22; Schloegel, David $43,095.65; Thompson, Wendy $67,753.66; Volin, Kayla $53,953.30; Aragon, Brandon $18,476.37; Bear, Tina $26,022.17; Belgarde, Jessica $17,758.87; Domke, Keith $18,476.37; Muniz, Joy $18,476.37; Warren, Kent $18,845.89 County Agent: Barnes, Robin $38,392.89; Gohner, Shirley $41,058.58 Weed Control Officer: Manson, Ron $57,674.51 Social Services: Block, Brandie $41,323.99; Burkett, Emeline $107,231.29; Clark, Sondra $43,853.35; Doyle, Annette $55,581.59; Everson, Samantha $48,867.16; Farsdale, Glory $42,150.47; Fiergola, Shari $42,150.47; Freije, Mandi $62,919.12; Hagel, Jean $41,058.58; Heinle, Nicole $63,586.66; Hoffman, Eileen $69,467.79; Hopewell, Barbara $67,753.66; Huus, Rylee $40,513.71; Stoddart, Whitney $40,513.71; Joramo, Shera $41,323.99; Larson, Brandy $58,744.25; Larson, Cathy $67,753.66; Mansavage, Dennis $62,339.87; Miller, Elise $74,501.92; Quinlan, Tamara $42,993.48; Ness, Erin $41,323.99; Opp, Julie $52,895.38; Opp, Julie $39,160.75; Ramsey, Lori $38,940.52; Rau, Pamela $43,853.35; Reichenberger Scott, Susan $57,930.17; Spurgeon, Tanya $30,789.76; Vetsch, Jaclyn $41,323.99; Waagen, Mary $42,150.47; Weng, Samantha $29,013.88; Wieland, Stephanie $59,919.13; Williams, Tina $49,442.85; Wynne, Elizabeth $89,458.52.
Meland requested approval for payments on demand. This is for any bills that need to be paid before a Commission meeting to avoid late fees or payments. Schwartz made a motion to approve, seconded by Ova. Motion carried.
Meland discussed the state mileage rate increase to $0.58 from $0.545. Cichos made a motion to pay employees the state rate, seconded by Gumke. Cichos, Klose, Ova, Gumke, and Schwartz voted aye. Motion carried.
Meland discussed awards for Years of Service. These have previously been given at the yearly banquet but will now be given at Commission meetings.
Meland recognized Jessica Alonge, Chief Deputy Auditor/ Recorder, for completing the National Association of Counties High Performance Leadership Academy.
Meland presented beer and liquor license applications for The DAK, The Hitchin Post, and Green Flag Promotions. Ova made a motion to approve the licenses, seconded by Schwartz. Motion carried.
At 4:43 p.m., the County Commission meeting recessed for the County Park Board meeting.
Official Proceedings of the
Stutsman County Park Board
January 3, 2019
At 4:45 p.m., Chairman Klose called the meeting to order. Dennis Ova, Ramone Gumke, David Schwartz, Steven Cichos, Mark Klose, Jason Houge, and Joan Morris answered the roll call.
Houge made a motion to approve the December 2018 minutes, seconded by Ova. Motion carried.
Houge made a motion to approve the monthly bills, seconded by Gumke. Klose, Houge, Morris, Ova, Gumke, Schwartz, and Cichos voted aye. Motion carried.
County Park Fund, CENTURYLINK $60.51; GAHNER SANITATION SERVICE $100.00; ND ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES $1,495.12; PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC $112.64; STUTSMAN CO ROAD DEPT $1,442.60; STUTSMAN RURAL WATER DISTRICT $137.00; VISA AUD 1683 $459.83
Karl Bergh presented his monthly report. There is a new hire that will be split between the Maintenance and Park departments. Bergh has been working on grants and plans for the campground next summer.
Nicole Meland, Auditor / COO discussed appraisal services for the cabin lots. Meland would like to wait until they get more information about what will happen at the state level before starting appraisals. Cichos recommended to start looking for appraisers as soon as we have more information since there is limited availability. Klose suggested looking into requesting an Attorney Generals opinion to prevent conflicts of interest.
Meland discussed the Pelican Point bills and contract. Payments for rent and electricity are current as of now but have been past due this year. The contract is expiring at the end of September.
Boat dock permit renewals were presented for Enderle and Nohrenberg. Cichos made a motion, seconded by Schwartz, to approve the permits. Motion carried.
Cabin site permit renewals were presented for Lots 1W, 5W, 10W, 28W, 56W, 61W, and 1E. Ova made a motion, seconded by Schwartz to approve. Motion carried.
At 5:27 p.m., a motion to adjourn the meeting was made by Gumke, seconded by Ova.
At 5:27 p.m., the Commission meeting was called back to order.
Schwartz made a motion, seconded by Gumke to approve the monthly bills. Ova, Gumke, Schwartz, Cichos, and Klose voted aye. Motion carried.
General Revenue Fund, AGUILAR, BEVERLY $42.50; AGUILAR, LISA $42.50; ARCTIC ZONE Refrigeration $1,653.25; BERGQUIST, JERRY $121.00; BERT'S TRUCK EQUIPMENT $317.00; BOND, JOSHUA $243.62; BUILDERS FIRSTSOURCE $937.26; CBM FOOD SERVICE $11,195.90; CENTRAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC $309.83; CENTURYLINK $296.67; CITY OF JAMESTOWN $3,251.64; COLE PAPERS INC $699.49; COMMUNITY CORRECTION PROGRAM $1,663.75; CORELOGIC $608.65; COUNTRY SUITES FARGO $1,090.20; DACOTAH PAPER CO $509.09; ECOLAB PEST ELIMINATION DIV $379.63; ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE $7,876.25; FRANKLIN, KIMBERLY $56.68; FRANKLIN, KIMBERLY $138.50; GALLS, LLC $379.93; GENTER, COREY $204.38; GOTER, DARIN $102.46; GRAYBAR $739.62; HANSON TIRE SERVICE $20.00; HUGHES, BRIAN $196.19; INFINITY BUILDING SERVICES $95.84; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC $1,156.00; JACKSON, CHAD $102.46; JAMESTOWN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER $20.00; JET STREAM CAR WASH $481.06; JOHNSON MD, LARRY E $3,423.76; KAISER, CHAD $45.50; MARQUART, ANDREW S $765.00; MARQUART, ANDREW S $792.00; MDU $2,822.52; MOUNTAIN STATES TACTICAL OFFICERS ASSOC $750.00; NARDINI FIRE EQUIPMENT OF ND $160.00; ND ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES $50,039.08; ND COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ASSOCIATION $1,650.00; ND County Recorders Association $200.00; ND DEPT OF MOTOR VEHICLE $23.00; ND SAFETY Council $300.00; OVERHEAD DOOR COMPANY OF FARGO $1,484.12; PLUMBMASTER $396.80; PS GARAGE DOORS $193.28; RM STOUDT INC $86.79; ROSE, BEN $754.51; SCOTT'S ELECTRIC LLC $105.75; STEIN'S INC $329.54; STUTSMAN CO TREASURER $7,050.38; SWARTZ DEVELOPMENT INC $50.00; THE LODGE AT DEADWOOD $279.00; TWO RIVERS PRINTING $61.65; VERIZON WIRELESS $1,473.59; VISA AUD 1683 $2,620.31; VISA SCCC 1949 $1,015.36; VISA SO 1840 $984.78; WILHELM CHEVROLET BUICK GMC $292.65; E 911 Phone System Fund, ANDRES, DORINDA $138.50; CEBULA, SCOTT $54.50; JARLAND, CHRISTI $138.50; National EMERGENCY NUMBER Association $284.00; VERIZON WIRELESS $52.24; WANAMAKER, KATHY $54.50; ZUERCHER TECHNOLOGIES LLC $6,600.00; County Roads Fund, A & B BUSINESS INC $272.70; BLUE TARP FINANCIAL, INC. $64.56; BUFFALO CITY DIESEL $12.24; BUTLER MACHINERY CO $396.53; BUTLER MACHINERY CO $3,447.22; CITY OF JAMESTOWN $98.50; FARMERS UNION OIL CO-CENEX $2,241.36; FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT DIVISION $387.60; FLEETPRIDE $747.78; HOME OF ECONOMY $21.96; INSURE FORWARD $15.00; JAMESTOWN SUN RD $167.00; JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL $1.40; KOBLE,RON $99.74; KRAMLICH MICHAEL $470.88; MONTPELIER CITY AUDITOR DD $43.00; NAPA AUTO PARTS $18.87; NAPA AUTO PARTS $71.82; ND ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES $33,060.19; NEWMAN SIGNS $331.32; NORTHWEST TIRE INC $119.00; NORTHWEST TIRE INC $17,852.82; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $503.00; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $39.91; SPIRITWOOD TOWNSHIP #51 DD $715.00; STUTSMAN CO TREASURER $967.46; STUTSMAN RURAL WATER DISTRICT $63.23; TDS METROCOM RD $0.37; THE LODGE AT DEADWOOD $186.00; TITAN MACHINERY BISMARCK $466.59; VISA RD 1766 $553.32; WALMART COMMUNITY BRC RD $141.26; WEST END HIDE & FUR $22.65; Unorganized Township Roads Fund, STUTSMAN CO ROAD DEPT $17,778.56; Social Services Fund Total, $119,195.56; Weed Control Fund, ND ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES $2,453.74; ND WEED CONTROL ASSOCIATION $925.00; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $66.53; Veterans Service Fund, DATASPEC INC. $449.00; NACVSO $50.00; ND ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES $214.07; TWO RIVERS PRINTING $61.65; County Agent Fund, INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC $88.96; ND ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES $153.01; NDSU $320.00; R&H MAINTENANCE $400.00; VISA EXT 3424 $2,999.11; Commissary Fund, BOB BARKER CO $6,568.28; CABLE SERVICES $47.31; PHOENIX SUPPLY $4,278.40; VISA SCCC 1949 $79.52; Drug Program Fund Total, $2,056.26; Document Preservation Fund, VISA AUD 1683 $13.41; Road & Bridge Building Fund, NAPA AUTO PARTS $3,040.99; County Sheriff Capital Fund, NORTHERN SAFETY TECHNOLOGY INC $6,902.67; WILHELM CHEVROLET BUICK GMC $58,610.00; County Hazardous Chemical Account Total, $15.96; Job Incentive Fund, JAMESTOWN STUTSMAN DEVELOPMENT CORP $15,000.00; Wages, Monday, December 24th, 2018 $597,408.51
At 5:30 p.m., Schwartz made a motion to adjourn, seconded by Ova. Motion carried.
ATTEST:
Nicole Meland
Auditor/COO
Mark T. Klose
Commission Chairman
February 8, 2019
Official Proceedings of the
Stutsman County Commission January 15, 2019
At 4:40 p.m., Chairman Mark Klose called the regular meeting of the Stutsman County Commission to order. Denny Ova, Ramone Gumke, Dave Schwartz, Steven Cichos, and Mark Klose answered the roll call.
Jessica Alonge, Chief Deputy Auditor/Recorder, discussed the 2018 General Election expense report. The cost per voter was $2.72, with 9,819 ballots counted, compared to $2.82 in 2016. Our expenses were down about $2,439 total from 2016.
Mickey Nenow, Road Superintendent discussed the motor grader bid. At the last meeting, there were concerns about the windshield wipers, but Butler checked, and they are included. The bid now meets all the specs and is cheaper than the RDO bid. Schwartz made a motion to award the bid to Butler, seconded by Gumke. Schwartz, Cichos, Klose, Ova, and Gumke voted aye. Motion carried.
Corey Genter, Staff Appraiser, presented an abatement application for North Star Outfitters, parcel #20- 2011012. The owners submitted an application for abatement and the property was appraised in November. Based on the assessment, Genter recommended changing the value from $166,400 to $158,900. Germania township recommended the value be placed at $140,000. Genter recommends the true and full value be placed at $158,900. Schwartz made a motion to set the value at $158,900, seconded by Cichos. Cichos, Klose, Ova, Gumke, and Schwartz voted aye. Motion carried.
Tyler Perleberg presented an abatement for Roger and Lois Nenow, parcel #35-3310000 stating that they thought their value was too high. The value was set at $986,000 during the re-assessment of Midway Township. Nenows requested $480,000. Perleberg visited the property after the abatement application was submitted and assessed the property at $923,800. Roger Nenow raised concerns about the re-sale value of the house in the Jamestown area. Cichos made a motion to keep the value at $923,800 per Perlebergs recommendation, seconded by Schwartz. Klose, Ova, Gumke, Schwartz, and Cichos voted aye. Motion carried.
Perleberg presented a support agreement with GIS Workshop. Cichos made a motion, seconded by Ova to continue the agreement. Ova, Gumke, Schwartz, Cichos, and Klose voted aye. Motion carried.
Perleberg presented a relinquishment of zoning rights for medical marijuana from Midway Township. Ova made a motion to approve, seconded by Schwartz. Motion carried.
Perleberg gave an update on assessing contracts for local jurisdictions. Tiffiney Dick has notified us that she will no longer be continuing assessment contracts with her 8 jurisdictions. Courtenay, Durham, and Pingree townships have presented contracts to have the County handle all assessments. Schwartz made a motion, seconded by Gumke to approve the contracts. Motion carried.
Nicole Meland, Auditor / COO presented a request for a section line closure in St. Paul and Peterson townships. This is for a new development by Lakeside Development LLC. Letters were sent to every landowner within a 1-mile radius, both townships were contacted, and two notices were published in the paper. This would vacate the section line and make it unavailable for public access. A neighboring landowner Dennis Behm was present and had no issues with the section line closure. A representative from Lakeside Development LLC was present to explain why the closure was necessary for the development to maximize the number of lots. Schwartz made a motion, seconded by Gumke, to close the section line. Gumke, Schwartz, Cichos, Klose, and Ova voted aye. Motion carried.
Schwartz made a motion to approve the taxable meals and mid-month bills, seconded by Gumke. Schwartz, Cichos, Klose, Ova, and Gumke voted aye. Motion carried.
General Revenue Fund, A & B BUSINESS INC $636.59; AMERICAN SOLUTIONS FOR BUSINESS $641.66; Bergquist, JERRY $7.85; BERGQUIST, JERRY $27.98; CBM FOOD SERVICE $3,849.31; CDW GOVERNMENT INC $452.30; CENEX FLEETCARD $2,366.74; CENTURYLINK $1,063.96; CITY OF JAMESTOWN $2,500.00; CLEMENS, SHARMA $1,626.36; COLE PAPERS INC $384.75; CREATIVE ENERGY $88.32; DALSTED & RYAN P C $598.50; FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY $1,255.71; GACKLE AMBULANCE SERVICE $1,300.00; GATE CITY BANK $5,193.66; HASTINGS, DIANE $946.72; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT $917.95; J & L SERVICE $141.51; JAMESTOWN AMBULANCE $16,000.00; JAMESTOWN FIRE DEPT $3,000.00; JAMESTOWN I-94 EXXON $43.40; JAMESTOWN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER $109.00; JOBS HQ $123.40; LANG, DARVIN $21.17; LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES $75.00; LAWN TECH OUTDOOR SERVICES $1,181.70; LERETA WELLS FARGO REAL ESTATE $142.05; MARQUART, ANDREW S $747.00; MDU $386.12; Medicine Shoppe $2,304.84; Medina AMBULANCE SERVICE $9,500.00; MEDINA RESCUE SQUAD $3,300.00; MID STATES ORGANIZED CRIME Info CENTER $150.00; ND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Association $50.00; ND STATE RADIO Communications $1,440.00; NEOFUNDS AUD $2,039.00; Northern Plains ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $130.00; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $11,318.50; PHOENIX SUPPLY $48.00; PRESORT PLUS $4,923.41; PRESS ROOM, THE $231.30; RECORD KEEPERS $8.50; RM STOUDT INC $76.79; ROBERT L HAGLUND ET AL $179.34; SC CORRECTIONS $1,470.25; Schaffer, DIANNE $50.00; SNYDER, TESHA $50.01; STUTSMAN COUNTY FAIR DD $42,480.00; TDS METROCOM $265.98; THOMSON REUTERS $358.66; VOLDNESS, PENNY $18.00; WELLS FARGO HOME MORTGAGE $1,407.19; WENTZ, STEVEN $7.44; WILHELM CHEVROLET BUICK GMC $81.64; ZUERCHER TECHNOLOGIES LLC $963.00; E 911 Phone System Fund, CENTRAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC $338.63; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $228.36; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS $277.00; ND 911 ASSOCIATION $50.00; TDS METROCOM $9.09; County Roads Fund, AMERIPRIDE SERVICES $422.84; City of Streeeter $61.75; CLEVELAND CITY WATER & SEWER $95.70; CREATIVE ENERGY $2,087.32; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELE COMM $171.42; FACTORY MOTOR PARTS CO $319.20; FLEETPRIDE $24.90; FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY $105.12; HIGH PLAINS WATER $30.00; MDU $1,531.32; MEDINA CITY AUDITOR $71.35; MENARDS JAMESTOWN $65.28; NAPA AUTO PARTS $122.10; NICKY'S SPARE TIME $70.00; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $321.00; NORTHWEST TIRE INC $991.92; PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC $179.18; PRODUCTIVITY PLUS ACCOUNT $305.75; RM STOUDT INC $4,705.74; STREETER COOP OIL $35.50; TDS METROCOM RD $0.25; TOWE, JEREMY W $277.95; WEST END HIDE & FUR $19.00; WILLEYS SEPTIC TANK SERVICE $390.00; Foster Care Trust Fund, STUTSMAN CO TREASURER $3,562.00; Social Services Fund Total, $998.39; County Park Fund, Central DAKOTA SANITATION INC $250.00; CITY OF MONTPELIER $400.00; DAKOTA VALLEY ELECTRIC $8.00; JOBS HQ $370.22; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $1,278.10; PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC $38.75; WENZEL'S LOCK & KEY $135.50; Weed Control Fund, DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $54.80; NORTH DAKOTA WINTER SHOW $435.00; Veterans Service Fund, CENTURYLINK $14.88; ND ASSOC OF CO VETERAN SERVICE OFFICERS $110.00; PROFESSIONAL VETERANS ADVOCATES OF ND $50.00; TDS METROCOM $3.79; County Agent Fund, BARNES, ROBIN $9.76; Dakota CENTRAL TELECOMM $254.60; HIGH PLAINS WATER $16.00; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC $139.90; Drug Program Fund Total, $632.73; Information Technology Capital Fund, CDW GOVERNMENT INC $10,998.37; Job Incentive Fund, Jamestown Stutsman Development CORP $94,700.00
At 5:21 p.m., Gumke made a motion, seconded by Ova to adjourn. Motion carried.
ATTEST:
Nicole Meland
Auditor/COO
Mark T. Klose
Commission Chairman
February 8, 2019