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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS GENERATOR AND AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH STUTSMAN COUNTY JAMESTOWN, NORTH DAKOTA Notice is hereby given, that sealed bids will be received for the purchase and installation of a Generator and Automatic Transfer Switch located at the Stutsman County Courthouse in Jamestown, North Dakota for the County of Stutsman, North Dakota. Bids will be received by the Stutsman County Auditor, Jessica Alonge, at the office of the County located at the County Courthouse in Jamestown, North Dakota 58401 until 4:00 PM. (CT) on October 11, 2022, and the bids properly submitted will be publicly opened and read aloud in the Commission Room, Stutsman County Courthouse at 4:00 PM on October 11, 2022. Digital copies of the Bidding Documents are available at www.interstateeng.com or www.questcdn.com for a fee of $60.00. These documents may be downloaded by selecting this project from the “Bid Documents” tab and by entering Quest Project Number #8301826 on the “Search Projects” page. For assistance and free membership registration, contact QuestCDN at (952) 233-1632 or info@questcdn.com. Paper copies of the Bidding Documents may be obtained from Interstate Engineering, located at 1903 12th Avenue SW, Jamestown, ND 58401, for a fee of $75.00 per set. The bidding and contract documents may also be examined at this same location. Any technical questions may be directed to Daren Peterka at (701) 252-0234, in Jamestown. The project will consist of the following: Purchase and Installation of a Generator and Automatic Transfer Switch and miscellaneous items. Each bid will be submitted on the basis of a cash payment for work. It will be enclosed in a sealed envelope addressed to Jessica Alonge, County Auditor/Chief Operating Officer, 511 2nd Ave SE Suite #102, Jamestown, ND 58401, and shall be accompanied by a separate envelope containing a Bidder’s Bond in the name of “Stutsman County” in the amount of five percent (5%) of the bid, executed by the Bidder as Principal and by a Surety Company authorized to do business in this State. If the Principal’s Bid is accepted by the County and the contract awarded to him, he, within ten (10) days after the Notice of Award, will execute and affect a contract in accordance with the terms of his bid. A Contractor’s Bond as required by Chapter 48-01.2-10 of the North Dakota Century Code will be included with the executed Contract Documents. The Bid Security shall be as required in Section 48-01.2-05 of the North Dakota Century Code. All bidders must be licensed for the highest amount of their bids, as provided by Section 43-07-07 of the North Dakota Century Code and a copy of the license or certificate of renewal thereof issued shall be enclosed in the required bid bond envelope. 101 (2) No bid will be read or considered which does not fully comply with the above provisions as to Bond and Licenses, and any deficient bid submitted will be resealed and returned to the Bidder immediately. The OWNER retains the right to reject any or all of the bids submitted and to waive any informality in any bid and to hold all bids for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days from said date of opening bids and to hold the three low bids and bid securities for a period not to exceed sixty (60) days from said date of bid opening. The work on the improvements is to commence upon a date to be specified by the OWNER, notice of which will be given to the successful bidder ten (10) days in advance of start of construction. Work is to be completed by December 31, 2023. By order of the: STUTSMAN COUNTY COMMISSION STUTSMAN COUNTY, ND Jessica Alonge County Auditor Jamestown, North Dakota 58401 Dated this 21st day of September, 2022. (Sept. 24; Oct. 1 & 8, 2022) 104668
Budget Auto Sales & Service Impound Notice NDCC 23: 1-15-05. Vehicles legally forfeited 30 days from publication NDCC 23: 1-15-07. Call 701-252-1552 to reclaim at 1011 10 ST SE Jamestown ND. 1989 Pontiac Sunbird GT White, 1G2JU11M9K7528425 ND Plate HKN546, towed 9/16/2022 3:13 pm per PPM from 1204 10 AVE NE #1, Jamestown ND. (Sept 24, 2022) 104527
City of Spiritwood Lake Council meeting Tuesday September 6, 2022 Held at Chip Steckler Shop 617 Spiritwood Avenue, Jamestown Mayor Grimm called meeting to order at 7:30 PM Council present Steckler, Schlecht, Krapp, and Auditor Krapp, Schlecht moved to approve minutes, 2 nd by Krapp, MC Financial Statement Steckler moved to approve, 2 nd by Schlecht, MC Krapp motioned to pay bills, 2 nd by Schlecht, MC 3958 Shirly Krapp 923.50 3959 Shirly Krapp 20.00 3960 CDS 1068.00 3961 Northern Plains 25.65 3962 Forum Communications 46.17 3963 Chip Steckler mtg rm 40.00 Highway Funds 311 Lindberg Bros Division of Strata 1389.65 Old Business: 319 Grant-received report from Dustin, has met with about 7 producers about fence and cover crops. Water sampling report handed out. Dissolved Oxygen was reduced this past sampling. SE Outlet Update-Auditor contacted state, Matt Lindsay has forwarded his review of project to supervisor, now it has to go thru additional upper management for review. Project has not gotten final approval yet. Walking Path Update-on hold for this year Dust Control-hold till next year-product shortage at this time. Graveling was done on Spiritwood Avenue, appears to be good gravel. Blading was done on all streets and good job done by Quigley. Tree trimming will be done this fall yet. Mowing will be done by Cysewski New Business: Permit presented for Jerome Steckler for to install drain field-septic system. Research was done by Auditor, she presented information and Jerome had obtained a letter of recommendation for approval from Central Valley Health. Schlecht moved to approve permit for Drain field septic system based on the recommendation of approval from Central Valley Health of Stutsman County, 2 nd by Krapp, MC Auditor showed picture of house received from Kurt Schmeichel to council. No action taken Road by Sandy Beach needs some attention, due to trees, Quigley not able to blade. Kirk will take tractor over and work with it. Schlecht moved to adjourn at 8:26 pm 2 nd by Steckler Next regular council meeting will be Tuesday, October 4, 2022 7:30 PM to be held at Chip Steckler Shop Shirly Krapp, Auditor cslauditor2004@gmail.com/ 701-320-2244 (Sept. 24, 2022) 104508
JAMESTOWN SCHOOL BOARD Special Meeting Official School Board special meeting on Wednesday, July 6, 2022 at Noon in the District Office conference room, 207 2nd Ave SE, Jamestown, ND. Present: Heidi Larson, Vice President by phone, Melissa Gleason, Diane Hanson, Gayle Nelson, Aaron Roberts, Jason Rohr, Superintendent, Robert Lech and Sally Ost, Business Manager. Absent were Greg Allen, Roger Haut, and Dan Tweten. Vice President Larson called the meeting to order and welcomed the audience, Jason Linz, Blue Jay Channel and Amy Neustel, Administrative Assistant. Mr. Roberts moved, seconded by Mrs. Hanson to approve the change order# 1 for Gussner Elementary facility project. The change was for boiler room ceiling demo which was taken from the contingency funds. Roll call with unanimous “yes” vote. Motion carried. Mrs. Gayle Nelson arrived at 12:03 pm. Mr. Roberts moved, seconded by Mrs. Hanson to approve the change order #2 for Gussner Elementary facility project. The change was for plumbing values and existing ductwork which was taken from the contingency funds. Roll call with unanimous “yes” vote. Motion carried. Mrs. Hanson moved, seconded by Mrs. Nelson to approve the change order #2 for the Middle School facility project. The change is for low profile cooling units which was taken from the contingency funds. Roll call with unanimous “yes” vote. Motion carried. Mrs. Gleason moved, seconded by Mr. Roberts to approve the hire of Dinah Seastrand as Kindergarten Teacher at Louis L’Amour Elementary, for a salary of $45,207.77 for the 2022-2023 school year upon a successful background check and applicable licensure. Roll call with unanimous “yes” vote. Motion carried. Mr. Roberts moved, seconded by Mrs. Gleason to approve the hire of a grant-funded work-based learning Coordinator position for the summer of 2022 upon a successful background check and review of the proposal for the position and budgetary impact for 2022-2023 school year. Roll call with unanimous “yes” vote. Motion carried. Mrs. Gleason moved, seconded by Mr. Rohr to approve a MOU for Tyler Spanton for Special Education Technician. Roll call with unanimous “yes” vote. Motion carried. No further business, Vice President Larson adjourned the meeting. (Sept. 24, 2022) 104452

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JAMESTOWN SCHOOL BOARD Special Meeting Official Minutes School Board special meeting on Monday, August 8, 2022 at Noon in the District Office conference room, 207 2nd Ave SE, Jamestown, ND. Present: Heidi Larson, President, Dan Tweten, Vice President, Melissa Gleason, Diane Hanson, Aaron Roberts, Jason Rohr and Superintendent, Robert Lech. Absent were Gayle Nelson, Roger Haut, and Steve Veldkamp. Guests: Jordan Nieuwsma and Chris Sievert. President Larson called the meeting to order and welcomed the audience, Jason Linz, Blue Jay Channel and Jane Lorig, receptionist. Mrs. Gleason moved, seconded by Mr. Tweten to approve the change order #3 for Gussner Elementary facility project. The change was for corridor duct opening in the amount of $2,540.31. Roll call with unanimous “yes” vote. Motion carried. Mr. Roberts moved, seconded by Mr. Rohr to approve the change order #4 for Gussner Elementary facility project. The change was for walls and doors to be added in the amount $9,419.81. Roll call with unanimous “yes” vote. Motion carried. Mr. Nieumwsma and Mr. Sievert from Consolidated Construction, reported on needing cooling systems for a section of rooms in the middle school that were not on the original bid. Mr. Tweten moved, seconded by Mr. Roberts to approve the purchase of additional cooling systems in the amount of $82,373.94 for the middle school. Roll call with unanimous “yes” vote. Motion carried. Mrs. Gleason moved, seconded by Mr. Rohr to approve the hire of Diana Geizler as Special Education Technician at the High School, for a salary of $35,000.00 for the 2022-2023 school year. Upon a successful back ground check. Roll call with unanimous “yes” vote. Motion carried. Mrs. Hanson moved, seconded by Mr. Roberts to approve the hire of Jerry Waagen as Work Force Coordinator at the JV Career and Technology Center at .25 FTE, for a salary of $13,957.05. Roll call with unanimous “yes” vote. Motion carried. Mrs. Gleason moved, seconded by Mr. Rohr to approve to the hire of Amy Tarno as Business Teacher at the High School, for a salary of $50,540.88 for the 2022-2023 school year contingent on receipt of appropriate certification and successful back ground check. Roll call with unanimous “yes” vote. Motion carried. Mr. Roberts moved, seconded by Mrs. Hanson to approve Budget Hearing date for September 19, 2022. Roll call with unanimous “yes” vote. Motion carried. Mrs. Gleason moved, seconded by Mr. Rohr to approve the 2022-2024 gymnastics agreement in the amount of $10,000 annually. Roll call with unanimous “yes” vote. Motion carried. No further business, President Larson adjourned the meeting. (Sept. 24, 2022) 104450
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF STUTSMAN COUNTY STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Corine Lorraine Daniel, aka, Corine L. Daniel, aka, Lori Daniel, fka, Corine L. (Lori) Richardson, Deceased. Probate No. 47-2022-PR-00061 NOTICE TO CREDITORS [¶1] NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned have been appointed the personal representative of the above estate. All persons having claims against the deceased are required to present their claims within three (3) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or to those known creditors whom a mailing of the notice of creditors has been sent or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to Douglas A. Daniel, the personal representative of the estate, at his below address, or to Lawrence P. Kropp, Attorney for the personal representative, at 105 Tenth Street SE, Jamestown, ND 58401, or filed with the Clerk of District Court at the following address: 511 2nd Ave SE, Jamestown, ND 58401. Dated this 15th day of September, 2022. Douglas A. Daniel 1421 4th Ave SE (701)269-5488 Jamestown, ND 58401 Jamestown, ND 58401 KROPP LAW OFFICES, PC 105 Tenth Street SE Jamestown, ND 58401 (701) 252-5505 kropplaw@csicable.net Attorney for: Personal Representative (Sept 23; Oct. 1 & 8, 2022) 104430
September 5, 2022 Meeting was called to order with John Buskness absent. Minutes and treasurer report were given and motioned for approval as presented. There has been no new information on the pre-app on the block grant. The sign and gate are up at the dump ground. A door lock is ready to be put on the city shop and Zeke has locked the gas tank. Before winter, flags need to be put up by the hydrants. It was suggested to ask Buskness if he can get them from the county. Trees have been pushed up at the dump and Rebecca made a motion to pay the elevator for the use of their payloader. Darren seconded the motion and it carried. Candyce received a letter from the lawyer about zoning. At this time, she thought it would be better if a full council was present before discussing. The city still has several totes left from all school reunion. Sharon made a motion and Darren seconded that Strom be paid $200 for the convivence of all those totes. The super bugs for the lagoon have been delivered. They will be applied when Gary from Team Lab stops by. The bills were read and motioned for approval by Rebecca and seconded by Darren. Candyce adjourned the meeting. Linda Clark, auditor (Sept. 24, 2022) 104277
NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN, that a lien will be foreclosed by public sale and the personal property held in the following storage units will be sold for cash. Auction will be conducted online at Lockerfox.com, starting October 1, 2022 and ending October 10, 2022 at 10:00AM. Super Storage 2613 HWY 281 S #168 10x10 Interstate Storage 8161 36th St SE #40 10x24 17th Street Storage 1101 17th St NW #18 10x10 (Sept. 24; Oct. 1, 2022) 103777

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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF STUTSMAN In the Matter of the Estate of LOIS A. WIECK, Deceased. Case No. 47-2022-PR-00064 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal representative of the above 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 or mailing of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Laurie Lynne Miedema, personal representative of the estate, at 5135 101st Avenue SE, Marion, North Dakota 58466, or filed with the Court. Dated this 13th day of September, 2022. Laurie Lynne Miedema - Personal Representative 5135 101st Avenue SE Marion, ND 58466 Steven T. Ottmar - ID #06179 OTTMAR & OTTMAR, P.C. 226 Second Avenue SW/PO Box 1397 Jamestown, North Dakota 58402-1397 P: 701.252.7229 F: 701.252.7461 sottmar@ottmarlaw.com E-service: office@ottmarlaw.com Attorney for personal representative First publication on the 17th day of September, 2022 (Sept. 17 & 24; Oct. 1, 2022) 102092
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS FOR THE SALE OF IMPOUNDED/ABANDONED VEHICLES CITY OF JAMESTOWN, NORTH DAKOTA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that sealed bids will be received by the City Council of the City of Jamestown, North Dakota, at the office of the City Administrator in City Hall, 102 3rd Avenue SE, Jamestown, ND, 58401, until 5:00 P.M., October 3, 2022, at which time all bids will be opened and read publicly, for the following impounded/abandoned vehicles: VEHICLE 1: 2014 Toyota Prius; VIN: JTDKN3DU3E1832846, Minimum Bid Allowable: $350.00 VEHICLE 2: 2000 Ford Focus; VIN: 1FAHP3837YW154833, Minimum Bid Allowable: $400.00 VEHICLE 3: 2000 Chevrolet Impala; VIN: 2G1WF55E7Y9313440, Minimum Bid Allowable: $500.00 VEHICLE 4: 2004 Chevrolet Impala; VIN: 2G1WF52E549268089, Minimum Bid Allowable: $275.00 (All of the above vehicles may be seen at the Jamestown Police Department, 205 6th St SE, Jamestown, ND) Each bid must be accompanied by cash, a cashier’s check, or a certified check, made payable to the City of Jamestown, in the amount of 5% of the bid. The bidder shall note the words, “BID FOR IMPOUNDED/ABANDONED VEHICLE”, on the outside of the sealed envelope containing the bid. The City Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids, waive any irregularities, and hold all bids until the next regularly scheduled Council meeting. Sarah Hellekson, City Administrator (Sept. 17 & 24., 2022) 101690
Name, Address, and Telephone No. of Attorneys Thaddeus E. Swanson (ND ID #08189) NILLES LAW FIRM 1800 Radisson Tower 201 5th St. N. P.O. Box 2626 Fargo, ND 58208 Tel: 701-237-5544 tswanson@nilleslaw.com Attorneys for Personal Representative Court File No. 47-2022-PR-00057 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF STUTSMAN COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Jade Lautt, deceased [1] NOTICE IS GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above estate. Ail persons having claims against the deceased are required to present their claims within three (3) months after the date of the first publication of this Notice or claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Nicole R. Stevahn at the address listed below or filed with the Court. Dated this 13th day of September , 2022. /s/ Nicole R. Stevahn Nicole R. Stevahn 115 7th St. Cogswell, ND 58017 First publication on 17th day of September , 2022. (Sept. 17 & 24; Oct 1, 2022) 101630
PUBLIC NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (“DOCR”) is soliciting sealed bids from contractors interested in the removal, repair, and/or replacement of various steam traps located at the James River Correctional Center (JRCC) in Jamestown, North Dakota. The nature of work will include the repair or replacement of identified steam traps as specified in the engineering project manual, plans, drawings, and specifications. Tentative start date for this project will be May 1, 2023 with project completed by October 1, 2023. For bid document requests, please contact Chris Jangula by email at cjangula@nd.gov, or by mail at North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Central Office, ATTN: Chris Jangula, P.O. BOX 1898, Bismarck N.D. 58502-1893, or by phone 701-328-6133. All phone requests must be followed by a written request to the address above. Paper copies of the bid documents may be obtained from J.P.K. Engineering, 1325 23rd Street South Suite E, Fargo, North Dakota 58103 upon non-refundable payment of $100.00 for each set. If plans are mailed out, an additional fee of $10.00 will be added for postage and handling. All bidders must be licensed for the highest amount of their bid, as provided by Section 43-07-07 of the North Dakota Century Code. The bidder shall include a copy of his/her license or certificate of renewal thereof enclosed in the required bid bond envelope as required pursuant to section 43-07-12 of the North Dakota Century Code, as amended. Each bid must be accompanied by a separate envelope containing the contractor’s license and full bid security. The bid security must be in a sum equal to five (5) percent of the full amount of the bid and must be in the form of a bidder’s bond as required by Section 48-01.2-5, North Dakota Century Code, and executed by the bidder as principal and by a surety, conditioned that if the principal’s bid is accepted and the contract awarded to the principal, the principal, within 10 days after Notice of Award, shall execute and effect a contract in accordance with the terms of the bid, and a Contractor’s Bond as required by Section 48-01.2-05 of the North Dakota Century Code and any deficient bid must be resealed and returned to the bidder immediately. A viewing of the project will be held on October 4, 2022, at 10am at JRCC. Please contact Michael Moser mlmoser@nd.gov or phone him at 701-253-3024 to RSVP. Public opening of the sealed bids will be on October 14, 2022, at 10am at the JRCC Administration Building Conference Room located at 2521 Circle Drive Jamestown, ND 58401. Contractor personnel who will be performing work on site are required to complete a background check approval process in accordance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) of 2003 and the FBI’s CJIS Security Policy. They also must comply with all applicable DOCR policies, procedures, and practices, including COVID-19 testing and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements. (Sept. 21, 28 & Oct. 5, 2022) 103133
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF STUTSMAN IN DISTRICT COURT IN THE MA TIER OF THE ESTATE OF DANA D. WILLIAMS A/KIA DANA WILLIAMS, DECEASED NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate File No. 47-2022-PR-00067 IN THE COUNTY OF STUTSMAN, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In The Matter of the Estate of Dana D. Williams a/k/a Dana Williams, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GNEN that the undersigned have been appointed co-personal representatives of the above 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 Jamie Puklich, PO Box 423, Steele, ND 58482 and Julie Gader, 263½ Sandy Beach Rd, Jamestown, ND 58401, co-personal representatives of this estate at, or filed with the Court. Dated 09-15-2022, 2022. /s/ Jamie Puklich Jamie Puklich PO Box423 Steele, ND 58482 /s/ Julie Gader Julie Gader 263 ½ Sandy Beach Rd Jamestown, ND 58401 Isaac Zimmerman ID #07665 Austin Wald ID #08982 Attomesy for the Estate PO Box 50 Napoleon, ND 58561 701-754-2570 isaac@zlawnd.com austin@zlawnd.com First publication on the 21st day of September, 2022. (Sept. 21, 28 & Oct. 5, 2022) 103131
Leo A. Ryan (ID#05420) Dalsted & Ryan, P.C. FILE NO. 47-2022-PR-00066 P.O. Box 1727 Jamestown, North Dakota 58401 (701)252-6668 dalstedandryan@dakotalaw.net Attorney for Estate IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF STUTSMAN COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the matter of the Estate of SHIRLEY UNRUH Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above 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 Debra Mason, 14051 5th Avenue South, Burien, Washington 98168, Co-Personal Representative of the Estate, or Linda Jacobs, 4926 New Woods Place, Mount Vernon, Washington 98274, Co-Personal Representative, or filed with the Court. DATED this 13th day of September, 2022. DEBRA MASON 14051 5th Avenue South Burien, Washington 98168 LINDA JACOBS 4926 New Woods Place Mount Vernon, Washington 98274 Dalsted & Ryan, P.C. 1015 5th Avenue Northeast Post Office Box 1727 Jamestown, North Dakota 58402-1727 Attorneys for Estate First publication on the 21st day of September, 2022. (Sept. 21 & 28; Oct. 5, 2022) 103093
JAMESTOWN CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, SEPTEMBER 6, 2022 UNOFFICIAL MINUTES The regular meeting of the City Council was called to order by Mayor Heinrich at 5:00 P.M. The Pledge of Allegiance to the flag was recited. Roll Call showed the following members present: Mayor Heinrich, Council Members Kamlitz, Buchanan, Steele and Schloegel, City Attorney Ryan, and City Administrator Hellekson. Mary Kay Lindberg, 88th Ave SE, asked about the status of the Qual subdivision. Council Member Buchanan moved to approve the minutes of the regular council meeting, August 1, 2022; the Special City Council Meeting, August 23, 2022, committee meetings August 23 and August 25, 2022 and Special Assessment Committee, August 22, 2022. Seconded by Council Member Steele. Unanimous aye vote. Carried. Council Member Kamlitz moved to approve the following consent agenda items: A. Resolution to approve the guaranteed 2024 purchase price of $585,264 for the Fire Department Rescue Truck through Sourcewell Cooperative Purchasing, of that total the chassis cost of $324,094 being due in 2023 upon delivery of the chassis to the SD plant, which funds can be discounted by $12,436 if paid upon chassis delivery, which funds shall be paid in 2023 from the General Fund and the Equipment Replacement Fund. B. Resolution to approve $217,000 PACE Funding for APLD Hosting LLC., $43,400.00 (20%) to be paid by the City from the City Sales Tax Fund and $173,600.00 (80%) from the County. C. Resolution to approve a quit claim deed by the City of Jamestown to Lloyd’s Motors. D. Resolution to approve a Joint Powers Agreement between the City of Jamestown and the Jamestown Park and Recreation District for the installation and maintenance of bridges in Klaus Park, Nickeus Park, and McElroy Park, and direct the City Attorney to draft the agreement. E. Resolution to approve the ND Department of Transportation-Transportation Alternatives Program application for grant funds for the installation and maintenance bridges in Klaus Park, Nickeus Park, and McElroy Park for the Jamestown Park and Recreation District through the City of Jamestown as the applicant. F. Resolution to approve the request from the Jamestown Fine Arts Association, Inc., d/b/a/ The Arts Center, for a street closing on 2nd St SW from 1st Ave to the alley, Saturday, September 17, 2022, from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM, for Oktoberfest Fall Fundraiser and request a waiver of the $75 street closing fees. G. Resolution to approve a request from Jamestown Sophistikix Boosters to be recognized as an other public-spirited organization and to authorize the issuance of a raffle permit H. Resolution to approve the proposal from RTS Shearing LLC for the demolition of the building, foundation, canopy, sign, and all associated exterior concrete and the bid for asbestos abatement from L & M Contractors on the property located at 101 2nd Ave SE. I. Resolution to approve the request from Searle Swedlund, Jamestown Tourism Executive Director, to rename the 691 Fund from Jamestown Tourism (BCTF) Capital Improvement to the Jamestown Monument Preservation Fund, and rededicate the same Fund to the repair, maintenance, improvement, and preservation of the 1959 World’s Largest Buffalo statue, which is owned by the City of Jamestown and located on city-owned land. J. Resolution to approve the 2022 request for bids for a new basketball floor for the Civic Center contingent upon the State of ND Athletic Association decision to award the tournament site to the City of Jamestown proposal being accepted, estimated at $175,000 less the trade-in value of the old floor, to be paid from the City Sales Tax Fund and any sponsorships. K. Resolution to approve the 2022 order and 2023 purchase of bleachers for additional seating for 200 spectators for the east end of the Civic Center contingent upon the State of ND Athletic Association decision to award the tournament site to the City of Jamestown proposal being accepted, estimated at $22,000, to be paid from the City Sales Tax Fund. L. Resolution to approve the four Guardian Fleet quotes for a total of $188,724.81, to replace and outfit patrol vehicles 171, 175, 177, and 184, including the purchase and installation of new law enforcement equipment in each, and decals and striping for each, to be ordered in 2022 and paid in 2023, as budgeted for each vehicle in the 221 Equipment Replacement Fund, and any remainder after trade-in paid from the 110 General Fund. M. Resolution to approve Change Order No. 1 to A & R Roofing for Civic Center Roof Project (J21-00-149), for a net increase in the contract price of $4,000.00. N. Resolution to approve Change Order No. 1 to Hillerud Construction for Ceiling Improvements at the Water Treatment Plant (J21-04-106.01), for a net increase in the contract price of $3,860.44. O. Resolution to approve Change Order No. 1 to Manning Mechanical for Mechanical Improvements for the Water Treatment Plant (J21-04-106.01, for a net increase in the contract price of $343.00. P. Resolution to approve Payment No. 1 to Manning Mechanical, Inc., for Mechanical Improvements – Water Treatment Plan Project, in the amount of $44,532.00. Q. Resolution to approve Payment No. 2 to A & R Roofing Co Inc., for Civic Center Roof Removal and Replacement, Area B & D, in the amount of $128,934.00. R. Resolution to approve Payment No. 4 and FINAL, to Naastad Brothers, Inc. for construction on Emergency 18” Water Main Replacement District 21-62, in the amount of $64,233.50. S. Resolution to approve Payment No. 4 to Border States Paving Inc., for construction on 2022 Seal Coat, Patching, Construction and Reconstruction District 22-41, in the amount of $183,627.01. T. Resolution to approve Payment No. 6, to AE2S, LLC, for Cyber Security Improvements for a total amount of $95.00. U. Resolution to approve Payment No. 7, to SRF Consulting Group, Inc., for 2022 Jamestown Planning and Zoning Technical Services, in the amount of $3,062.41. V. Resolution to approve Payment No. 93, to AE2S, LLC, for On Call engineering services (I&C Water) for a total amount of $1,993.45. W. Resolution to approve Payment No. 1, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on Inert Landfill Waste Air Calculations in Section 5, in the amount of $2,699.52. X. Resolution to approve Payment No. 6, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on North West Booster Station, in the amount of $1,160.00. Y. Resolution to approve Payment No. 9, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on Water Treatment Building Ceiling Removal and Replacement, in the amount of $3,087.58. Z. Resolution to approve Payment No. 9, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on Civic Center Roof Removal and Replacement, Area B & D, in the amount of $3,446.40. AA. Resolution to approve Payment No. 10, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on 2021 University of Jamestown Storm Sewer Improvement District 21-71, in the amount of $3,450.00. BB. Resolution to approve Payment No. 10, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on Emergency Water Line Improvements District 21-62, Crosstown Supply Line River Crossing and 4th Ave SW/13th St SW to 15th St SW, in the amount of $3,169.00. CC. Resolution to approve Payment No. 11, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on Solid Waste Landfill, SW-213, Cell 3B Final Cover, in the amount of $3,162.00. DD. Resolution to approve Payment No. 324, in the amount of $22,413.42, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on various city department consultations as follows: (General), in the amount of $8,942.92; (Streets), in the amount of $3,131.00; (Sewer), in the amount of $5,339.90; (Water), in the amount of $3,379.60; (Solid Waste), in the amount of $808.00; (Storm Water), in the amount of $812.00. EE. Resolution to allow the August indebtedness in the amount of $7,099,567.48 consisting of $565,798.38 payroll and $6,533,769.10 general obligations. 650.00 #1 TREE SERVICE LLC; 90.83 A & B BUSINESS SOLUTIONS, INC; 71907.54 ADVANTAGE ELECTRIC, INC; 280.00 AE2S, LLC; 614.72 ALEX AIR APPARATUS, INC; 75.00 ALPHA OPPORTUNITIES; 3371.10 AMERICAN WELDING & GAS, INC; 595.00 APEX SOFTWARE; 10341.35 AQUA-PURE INC; 3896.05 ARAMARK; 100.00 BACON, ALEXANDER P; 606.46 BALCO UNIFORM CO., INC.; 246535.42 BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA, TRUSTEE; 540.06 BECKMAN, CORY; 100.00 BERRETH, TOBY; 7301.00 BLACK MOUNTAIN SOFTWARE; 21.99 BLEIBAUM, MARY; 279473.85 BORDER STATES PAVING, INC; 10424.48 BUFFALO CITY DIESEL, INC; 700.00 BUFFALO LANES, INC; 2180.37 BULK PROCESS EQUIPMENT INC; 1454.67 BUTLER MACHINERY COMPANY; 13120.22 CAPITAL ONE PUBLIC FUNDING; 8242.12 CARDMEMBER SERVICE; 1227.56 CDW GOVERNMENT; 456.60 CENTRAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC; 1456.64 CENTRAL SALES, INC; 15378.75 CENTRAL VALLEY HEALTH DISTRICT; 256.56 CENTURYLINK; 491.50 COLE PAPERS, INC; 1110.62 CORE & MAIN; 1048.26 CREATIVE ENERGY INC.; 700.96 CROSS COUNTRY FREIGHT SOLUTIONS; 1031.98 DACOTAH PAPER COMPANY; 1617.40 DAKOTA CEN. TELECOMMUNICATIONS; 95.02 DAKOTA RENTAL CENTER, LLC; 22231.65 DALSTED & RYAN, PC; 620.00 DEZURIK, INC; 6926.90 DIAMOND VOGEL; 1070.46 DOMEK, KIRSTEN; 130.92 DUNCAN, HARLEN; 1381.46 EAGLE INDUSTRIES, INC; 470.39 ECOLAB PEST ELIMINATION DIV; 22.32 EQUIFAX INFORMATION SVCS LLC; 110.06 EQUIPMENT PROS INC.; 122.40 FARMERS UNION CO-OP OIL CO; 728.00 FASTENAL COMPANY; 1387.54 FERGUSON WATERWORKS #2516; 223.93 FISHER SCIENTIFIC; 2117.00 FLOW MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL COMPANY; 2736.25 FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY; 38.70 GALLS; 8270.08 GLACIER DUST CONTROL; 72.45 GLOBAL SAFETY NETWORK; 10.00 GRABINGER, JOHN; 299.50 GRAINGER; 231.06 GROSS, LEROY; 700.00 H & H HOLDINGS, LLP; 659.07 HACH COMPANY; 1100.24 HANSON TIRE SERVICE; 12598.50 HAWKINS, INC; 156.21 HBD, INC; 499.06 HEARTLAND HEATING & COOLING; 3382.97 HEIMAN FIRE EQUIPMENT; 100.00 HELLEKSON, SARAH; 12.00 HIGH PLAINS WATER; 100.00 HILGEMANN, KATHY; 3049.00 HOGENTOGLER & CO INC; 121.46 HOME OF ECONOMY; 71.67 HUGO’S NO. 9; 1083.77 IDEXX LABORATORIES; 315.20 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT; 389.60 INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC; 327.40 INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CENTER; 26170.24 INTERSTATE ENGINEERING, INC; 35.00 J & L SERVICE; 30.04 JAMES RIVER HUMANE SOCIETY, INC; 4983.57 JAMES RIVER VALLEY LIBRARY SYSTEM; 466.72 JAMES VALLEY FOP LODGE NO. 4; 253112.54 JAMESTOWN - STUTSMAN; 1739.00 JAMESTOWN AREA AMBULANCE; 188.75 JAMESTOWN COMMUNICATIONS, INC; 1000.00 JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS; 50.00 JAMESTOWN MUNICIPAL COURT; 30736.29 JAMESTOWN PARK & RECREATION; 217.50 JAMESTOWN PLUMBING, HEATING & AC, INC; 1637.21 JAMESTOWN REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY; 10000.00 JAMESTOWN TOURISM; 133.00 JAMESTOWN UNITED WAY; 1080.28 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - 8011; 99130.50 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - 8022; 1634.50 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - Flex Spending; 76762.39 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - Landfill Fees; 17945.45 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - Misc1; 1147.06 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - Misc2; 255.11 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - Petty Cash; 3233.89 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - Water Utility; 1500.00 JERRY’S TREE SERVICE; 94.60 JETSTREAM CAR WASH; 57.85 JWK PROPERTY MANAGEMENT; 31978.99 KC MOTORSPORTS INC; 795.00 KEBOCOM, INC; 33208.80 KILLORAN TRUCKING & BROKERAGE, INC; 2858.33 KROPP LAW OFFICES, PC; 9340.00 L&M CONTRACTORS; 10.00 LABER, ERIK; 13.22 LANGUAGE LINK; 467.66 LAW OFFICE OF CHRISTOPHER A CARLSON; 509.93 LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC; 4076.20 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INS CO, THE; 2642.08 LINDBERG BROS, A DIVISION OF STRATA; 134.00 LOCATORS & SUPPLIES, INC; 51.21 LUNDER, MICHELE; 1072.11 MAC’S, INC; 6600.00 MAINSTAY INVESTMENTS; 118.67 MARCO TECHNOLOGIES LLC, NW 7128; 54.13 MATTESON, JAY; 343.46 MATTHEW BENDER & CO, INC; 2409.14 MENARD INC; 992.37 METROPOLITAN MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS, INC; 2102.33 MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEMICAL; 2208.82 MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES; 2350.00 MUNICIPAL CODE CORPORATION; 35362.75 MVTL LABORATORIES, INC; 733.16 NALCO COMPANY LLC; 3851.54 NAPA AUTO PARTS; 545.44 NARDINI FIRE EQUIP CO, INC; 30.00 ND ASSOCIATION OF ASSESSING OFFICERS; 140.00 ND DEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY.; 52.97 ND DEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY...; 200.00 ND DEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY....; 30.00 ND LEAGUE OF CITIES; 726.15 ND ONE CALL, INC; 256.00 ND STATE DEPT OF HEALTH - Micro Lab Div; 55.00 NEWMAN TRAFFIC SIGNS; 2903.64 NILL CONSTRUCTION, INC; 26742.07 NORTHERN PLAINS; 380.00 NOVA FIRE PROTECTION, INC; 806.80 NSI LAB SOLUTIONS; 3329.15 NW TIRE, INC; 68.26 O’REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES, INC; 3500.00 OHNSTAD TWICHELL, PC; 548.30 OLYMPIC SALES, INC; 55693.58 OTTER TAIL POWER COMPANY; 722.40 PAUL BUNYAN NURSERIES; 17850.00 PERFORMANCE KENNELS INC; 260.97 PLUNKETT’S PEST CONTROL; 101.00 PORTER LEE CORPORATION; 195.00 POST BOARD; 2143.90 POWERPLAN OIB; 45.00 PROFESSIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSOCIATION; 49287.65 R.M. STOUDT, INC; 8.50 RECORD KEEPERS LLC; 425.00 REHRIG PACIFIC COMPANY; 21.99 REXINE, MARJORIE; 26.99 ROTH, MITCHELL; 17924.00 ROUGH RIDER INDUSTRIES; 421.78 SANDNESS LAW OFFICE; 86.10 SANITATION PRODUCTS, INC; 23044.62 SCHERBENSKE INC; 350.00 SCHUMACHER, FRANK; 2875.43 SERVICEMASTER OF JAMESTOWN; 420.00 SHEYENNE GARDENS; 102.17 SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT LAB; 170.00 SNS AUTO SUPPLY; 80.99 SOUTHWOOD VETERINARY CLINIC PC; 6845.96 SRF CONSULTING GROUP, INC; 136.79 STROH, DORENE; 1330.00 STUTSMAN COUNTY AUDITOR; 169.56 STUTSMAN RURAL WATER DISTRICT; 1607.90 SUNSET LAW ENFORCEMENT; 17525.00 SWANBERG CONSTRUCTION, INC; 1200.00 SWEDBURG NURSERY; 1071.59 TDS METROCOM; 1870.44 THOMSON REUTERS - WEST PAYMENT CENTER; 326.93 TRACTOR SUPPLY CREDIT PLAN; 76.11 TREVITHICK, MELODY; 276.00 TWO RIVERS PRINTING, INC; 1403.60 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC; 214.37 ULINE; 3062321.86 UNISON BANK; 2177.44 UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE; 67.83 UPS BILLING CENTER; 5190.26 USA BLUEBOOK; 3135.00 VAN DIEST SUPPLY COMPANY.; 129.39 VEIL, JAMISON; 2687.50 VERIZON WIRELESS; 61903.96 VINING OIL COMPANY; 64.26 WALISER, CODY; 250.00 WORKFORCE SAFETY & INS; 200.00 YARDWORKS; 130.07 YRC FREIGHT; 725.00 ZORN STUMP GRINDING Seconded by Council Member Schloegel. Consent Roll Call No. 1 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. Council Member Steele moved a Resolution to approve and authorize the issuance of Refunding Improvement Bonds of 2022, Series AF (Project 21-41), and award the negotiated sale of Refunding Improvement Bonds to Colliers and Co. for the purchase price of $2,070,000.00 at an average annual net interest rate of 3.1169%. Seconded by Council Member Schloegel. Mike Manstrom, Colliers and Co., stated the City has an exceptional A1 Moody’s financial rating. Roll Call No. 2 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. A public hearing was held concerning the special assessment list for the 2021 Watermain Improvement District #21-61. No one appeared to object and no written protests were received. The hearing was closed. Council Member Steele moved a Resolution to approve the special assessments for the 2021 Water Improvement District #21-61, in the total amount of $1,948,372.68, less Oxbow Construction of $178,761.14, less the City Share of $1,238,728.02, with the balance of $530,883.44 to be assessed to benefited properties within the district. Seconded by Council Member Kamlitz. Roll Call No. 3 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. A public hearing was held concerning amending and re-enacting Ordinance No. 1556 of the City Code by amending the District Map to change the zoning of Lots 4-6, Block 7 of Country Side Estates, City of Jamestown, Stutsman County, North Dakota from C-2 (General Commercial District) to M-1 (Limited Industrial and Manufacturing District). The property is located at 1909, 1913 and 2007 16th St SW, Jamestown, North Dakota. No one appeared to object and no written protests were received. The hearing was closed. Ordinance No. 1564, introduced by Council Member Kamlitz, to amend and re-enact Ordinance No. 1556 of the City Code by amending the District Map to change the zoning of Lots 4-6, Block 7 of Country Side Estates, City of Jamestown, Stutsman County, North Dakota from C-2 (General Commercial District) to M-1 (Limited Industrial and Manufacturing District). The property is located at 1909, 1913 and 2007 16th St SW, Jamestown, North Dakota had its second reading. Seconded by Council Member Steele. Roll Call No. 4 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. A public hearing was held concerning amending and re-enacting Section 2.2, Section 6.4, Section 7.9, and Section 9.1 of Appendix C (Zoning) of the City Code, pertaining to child/day care uses. No one appeared to object and no written protests were received. The hearing was closed. Ordinance No. 1565, introduced by Council Member Buchanan, to amend and re-enact Section 2.2, Section 6.4, Section 7.9, and Section 9.1 of Appendix C (Zoning) of the City Code, pertaining to child/day care uses had its second reading. Seconded by Council Member Schloegel. Roll Call No. 5 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. Council Member Kamlitz moved to appoint John Baumgartner to serve as a member of the Special Assessment Commission to fill an unexpired term to April 2023. Seconded by Council Member Steele. Unanimous aye vote. Carried. Council Member Buchanan moved a Resolution to to approve the offer from Corey and Jodi Bayer to purchase the city-owned parcel 742386600 located at Elmwood Park Addition, Block 9, E 40 ft of N 50 ft of Lot 2 Replat of Lots 1-6, Blocks 5-9 (formerly pump house #1, #2, #3, #4), 1209A 5th Ave SE, and located within to 5th Ave SE, and on three sides within the Bayer-owned parcel 742386500 located at Elmwood Park Addition, Block 9, Lots 1-2 except the E 40 ft of N 50 ft of Lot 2 and all of 3, 4, and 5, Replat of Lots 1-6 Block 5 and Blocks 6, 7, 8 and 9, 1209 5th Ave SE, for $350. Seconded by Council Member Steele. City Assessor Veil provided information. Mayor Heinrich stated that the City will prepare a quit claim deed for signature based upon the available description and any costs associated with correcting the legal description, or any and all other costs associated with the transaction are the responsibility of the purchaser. City Attorney Ryan stated that the legal description will be corrected, if necessary, and any city easements will remain. Roll Call No. 6 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. Council Member Kamlitz moved to adjourn at 5:35 p.m. Seconded by Council Member Schloegel. Unanimous aye vote. Carried. APPROVED: DWAINE HEINRICH, Mayor ATTEST: SARAH HELLEKSON, City Administrator (Sept. 21, 2022) 102536
September 12, 2022 ROADSIDE WEED AND GRASS MOWING NOTICE STUTSMAN COUNTY Pursuant to NDCC 63-05-01. It is the duty of landowners or operators with land adjoining regularly traveled county and township highways, as designated by the township board of supervisors in organized townships, the board of county commissioners in unorganized townships, and the board of county commissioners in the case of county highways, to cut all weeds and grasses along the regularly traveled highways adjoining their lands, including weeds and grasses growing within the public right of way bordering the highways and their lands. The cutting shall be completed not later than . . . October 1, as prescribed by the board of county commissioners. The maximum stubble height shall be 3 inches and the width of cut shall be a minimum of 12 feet on township roads. The roadsides on all county and township roads shall be mowed. NDCC 63-05-02. The use of windrowers or other machinery that deposits cut grass and weeds on the edge of the roadway shall not be permitted. Haying of the grasses within rights of way is permitted, but all stored hay shall be removed by November 1st of each year. Any stored hay remaining on the right of way on November 1st of each year shall be disposed of in a manner deemed proper by the board having jurisdiction over the roadway under consideration. FAILURE TO CUT WEEDS AND GRASSES-EXPENSES LEVIED AS TAXES AGAINST LAND. If the landowner or operator fails to cut the weeds and grasses along the designated highways or roads as provided in this chapter, the board of township supervisors or the board of county commissioners, as the case may be, may cause the weeds and grasses to be cut and the actual expense of cutting shall be certified to the county auditor, all of the excess shall be charged against the land of the landowner and shall become part of the taxes to be levied against the land for the ensuing year and shall be collected in the same manner as other real estate taxes are collected, and placed to the credit of the respective subdivisions entitled thereto. NDCC 63-05-03. Jim Wentland Stutsman County Highway Superintendent (Sept. 17 & 21, 2022) 101265

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