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State of North Dakota County of Stutsman In District Court Southeast Judicial District State of North Dakota and Cinnamon J. Williams, Plaintiffs, -vs- William E. Fleetwood III, Defendant. Civil No. 47-2022-DM-60 Summons The State of North Dakota to Defendant: 1. You are summoned and required to defend against the attached Complaint by serving an Answer, which is a written response, on the State of North Dakota within 21 days after service of this Summons and by also filing that Answer with the court. If you do not serve and file an Answer, the court can grant the requests made in the Complaint by ordering that a default judgment be entered against you. Dated this 31st day of March, 2022. Cynthia G. Schaar Special Assistant Attorney General Bar I.D. Number: 04760 North Dakota Child Support PO Box 7190 Bismarck, ND 58507-7190 701-328-5440 jamestowncse@nd.gov (June 25; July 2 & 9, 2022) 76469
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF STUTSMAN IN DISTRICT COURT SOUTHEAST JUDICIAL DISTRICT Judy Rosemore, Plaintiff, vs. Albert Ranallo, Helen Ranallo, Beulah Ranallo, heirs of Gene Rosemore and all other persons unknown claiming any estate or interest in, or lien or encumbrance upon, the property described in the complaint, Defendants. Case No. 47-2022-CV-00324 SUMMONS THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS: [1] You are hereby summoned and required to appear and defend against the complaint in this action, which is herewith served upon you, or which is or will be filed with the Clerk of the District Court in and for the Southeast Judicial District in Stutsman County, North Dakota, by serving upon the undersigned an answer or other proper response within twenty-one (21) days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the date of service. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. [ 2] This action relates to a quiet title/adverse possession claim concerning: That part of the NE¼ of Section 25, Township 140, Range 65, more particularly described as follows: Commencing at a point 410 feet North of the SW corner of the NE¼ of said Section 35, thence North along said quarter section line 200 feet, thence East at right angles 150 feet, thence South 200 feet, thence West 150 feet to the place of commencement; and Part of the NE¼ of Section 35, Township 140, Range 65: Commencing at a point 16 rods South of the intersection of the South boundary line of the Northern Pacific Railroad right-of-way with the quarter section line between the NE¼ and NW¼ of Section 35; thence running in a southerly direction along the quarter section line 55 feet; thence running in an Easterly direction parallel with the South boundary line of said Northern Pacific Railway Company right of way 330 feet; thence running in a Northerly direction parallel with said quarter section line 55 feet; thence running in a Westerly direction parallel to the South boundary line of said Northern Pacific Railway Company right of way 330 feet to the point of beginning; and Auditor’s Lot 35-1, Eldridge Township, within the NE¼ of Section 35, Township 140, Range 65; Stutsman County, North Dakota (These legal descriptions were taken from previously recorded documents.) Dated this 16 day of June, 2022. Steven T. Ottmar - ID #06179 OTTMAR & OTTMAR, P.C. 226 2nd Avenue SW/PO Box 1397 Jamestown, North Dakota 58402-1397 701.252.7229 – Phone 701.252.7461 – Fax sottmar@ottmarlaw.com E-service: office@ottmarlaw.com Attorney(s) for Plaintiff (June 25; July 2 & 9, 2022) 76383
City of Spiritwood Lake Council meeting Tuesday June 7, 2022 Mayor Grimm called meeting to order at 7:35 PM. Council present Steckler, Klein, Schlecht and Auditor Krapp, Dustin Krueger Guest present Joe Gader Steckler moved to approve minutes, 2nd by Schlecht, MC Klein moved to approve Financial Statement 2nd by Steckler Schlecht motioned to pay bills 2nd by Klein, MC 3933 Shirly Krapp 923.50 3934 Shirly Krapp 20.00 3935 CDS 1068.00 3936 Northern Plains 25.65 3937 Forum Communications 98.82 3938 Chip Steckler 40.00 3939 Wyatt Steckler 200.00 3940 Kirk Grimm 100.00 3941 David Carlson 3942 US Postal Service 290.00 Old Business: 319 Grant Update- Water sampling done 2X in May. Auditor submitted 1st quarter reimbursement of $18,978.56. Dustin attended Spiritwood Lake Association meeting to give updates. SE Outlet Update-Shirly contacted, due to other duties dealing with flooding issues, no update Walking Path Update-lots of water on pathway Speed bumps are working. Some street signs need to be looked at. Quigley bladed all roads, continue when more moisture received. New Business: Jeff Schlenker-permit for 2 horses Steckler moved to approve, 2nd by Schlecht MC Joe Gader-presented permit for to house 3 cows again over winter months, will move to pasture over summer/fall, Steckler moved to approve, 2nd by Klein MC Spiritwood Resort Liquor License Steckler moved to approve, 2nd by Schlecht Dave Glaspell permit for approach into property, Schlecht moved to approve, 2nd by Steckler Kirk Grimm contact Stutsman County Water board regarding drains from North of Lake. Council discussed and decided no action to be done at this time. Elevation of lake on June 4th was 1444.9, on May 21 was 1445.10. Paint is peeling on pump house door; Auditor will contact contractor. Next regular council meeting will be Tuesday, June 28, 7:30 pm at Chip Steckler Shop 617 Spiritwood Avenue 10 unpaid waste management fees yet. Steckler motioned to adjourn at 8:25 PM 2nd by Klein Shirly Krapp, Auditor cslauditor2004@gmail.com 701-320-2244 (June 25, 2022) 76063
Notice of Long Term Plan Completion North Dakota Century Code 15.1-07-26 requires districts to engage in a long-term planning process during each even-numbered year. We, the School Board and superintendent of the Montpelier Public School District have completed the data gathering outlined in NDCC 15.1-07-26 and held a public forum to receive input in the planning process. This public input is reported as part of our completed plan, and this plan is available upon request by contacting the school. Tony Roorda, School Board President Jerry Waagen, Superintendent Dated this 20th day of June, 2022. (June 28, 2022) 76062

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Notice The meeting was called to order with all members present. The minutes and treasurer’s reports were given and motioned to be accepted as presented. Also present was Brenda Wolf. Brenda wanted to minutes to read that she is lodging a formal complaint against her neighbor whose trees align the properties. She wants this shared since her insurance company had to pay for the damages from the fallen trees on her property. So noted. Old Business: Marcus was contacted about wiring 220 for the mobile concessions coming into town for the all school reunion. He will arrange a board for the electricity so it can be disconnected after the event. The flowers pots are all done, Candyce thanked the board members for helping her with this project. The Agri lime has not been delivered because of the rain. At this point, the softball tournament has been canceled but the street dance will still be help. Martin Goter was present, he will arrange for a laptop for the new auditor. Walmart has them for $3-500. The computer will need Excel, antivirus and QuickBooks. This will be boughten in January. The picnic tables and benches have been ordered. Nothing new on grants available for the city. New Business: Korf’s culvert has been cleaned out. It is the cities responsibility to keep culverts clear of debris. A motion was made by Darren and seconded by Rebecca that a fine $125 could be administered for unmowed and untrimmed lawns in Woodworth. Candyce will confirm with the lawyer if we can follow through with this. A complaint has been made against Dale Hust for his smelly chickens. This is covered on page 76, chapter 11 of the ordinances. Several complaints have been made by the neighbors and people in the general vicinity of the foul smells from his chicken coop. A letter will be sent to him and if it isn’t cleaned up he will be referred to the Department of Health and the Humane Society. The Budget was reviewed with a few changes and brought to a motion by Becca and seconded by Sharon to accept the budget. The motion carried Candyce offered to paint the park bathrooms. it was mentioned that the drains in the park showers should be changed out. The posts and sign will be put up at the dump ground. A motioned was made by Becca and seconded by Sharon that the tires are still sitting on city property on second avenue. The tires were put in front of the yield sign. A letter will be sent to both O’Neill’s that the tires need to be moved as well as the rock across the street. A map will be included with the letter showing the street and city right of way. There was also a complaint that several street signs are missing. Sharon will make a list of them. The bills were read and motioned for approval by John and seconded by Darren. Candyce adjourned the meeting Linda Clark, auditor (June 25, 2022) 76060
Joseph F. Larson II, ID #03229 2411 Hwy. 281 South P. O. Box 1599 Jamestown, North Dakota 58402 (701) 252-5541 joelarson@daktel.com Probate No. 47-2022-PR-00024 Attorney for Personal Representative IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF STUTSMAN COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Timothy Martin Wolff a/k/a/ Tim M. Wolff and Tim Wolff, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Roberta L. Ebhert and Robyn T. Kaping have been appointed Co-Personal Representatives of the above Estate. All persons having claims against the deceased are required to present their claims within three months after the date of the first publication or mailing of this notice or such claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Roberta L. Ebhert or Robyn T. Kaping, co-personal representatives of the Estate, at the office of Joseph F. Larson II, P. O. Box 1599, Jamestown, ND 58402 or filed with the Court. Dated this ____ day of June, 2022. Joseph F. Larson II, ID#03229 2411 Hwy. 281 South P.O. Box 1599 Jamestown, North Dakota 58402 701-252-5541 joelarson@daktel.com Attorney for Personal Representative (June 18, 25; July 2, 2022) 74399
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Asa K. Burck (ND Atty. #07251) 3429 Interstate Blvd. S PO Box 9231 Fargo, ND 58106-9231 (701) 232-8757 asa@kaler-doeling.com Attorney for Personal Representative Probate No. 47-2022-PR-00044 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF STUTSMAN COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Maureen Rae Frederick, 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 Deceased are required to present their claims within three (3) months after the date of the first publication or mailing of this notice or the claim will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Jeffrey Frederick, personal representative of the estate, at 4 Pequot Path, Oakland, NJ 07436 or filed with the Court. Dated: 5/26/22 /s/ Jeffrey Frederick Personal Representative 4 Pequot Path Oakland, NJ 07436 /s/ Asa K. Burck Attorney for Personal Representative (June 11, 18 & 25, 2022) 72173

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STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF BURLEIGH IN DISTRICT COURT SOUTH CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT Larson Latham Huettl LLP, Plaintiff, vs. Kelly A. Hallworth a.k.a Kelly A. Bell, Defendant. SUMMONS Case No. 2022-CV-01228 1.The State of North Dakota to the above-named Defendant: 2.You are hereby summoned and required to appear and defend against the Complaint in this action, which is herewith served upon you, by serving upon the undersigned an answer or other proper response within twenty-one (21) days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If you fail to do so, judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated June 2nd, 2022. LARSON LATHAM HUETTL LLP Attorney for the Plaintiff 1100 College Drive PO Box 2056 Bismarck, ND 58502-2056 (701) 223-5300 /s/ Miguel A. Surun By: Miguel A. Surun (ID 09659) (June 8, 18 & 25, 2022) 71167
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF STUTSMAN IN DISTRICT COURT SOUTHEAST JUDICIAL DISTRICT No. 015-22-7015 John Fiebiger vs. John Corell, Jr. 3951 81st Ave Se - Jamestown, ND 58401 Defendant SHERIFF’S NOTICE OF LEVY To: Unison Bank, and to all whom it may concern, the Defendants named in the above entitled action: TAKE NOTICE, That by virtue of a certain Writ of Execution #4 7-2021- CV-00206 duly issued in this action by the Clerk of the District Court within and for Stutsman County, State of North Dakota, I have this day levied upon the following described real - personal property, to-wit: All of the right, title and interest of the abovenamed defendants in and to: Any checking, savings, certificates of deposit, or any monies deposited to the credit of the defendant in the above named financial institution or any monies held by this financial institution of which John Duane Corell, Jr. (D.O.B. 01/15/1976) has a right, title, or interest. The amount claimed to be due $72,742.61 (total) and costs and accrued costs. Date: May 4, 2022 Any claim or demand you may have for exemption against said levy must be made by you within ten days from service of this notice. I agree to hold the above-described property subject to the order of the Sheriff. Chad Kaiser, Sheriff Stutsman County, North Dakota /s/ Casey Yonek Deputy Sheriff Office - 701-251-6227 (June 18 & 25; July 2, 2022) 70799
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF STUTSMAN COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA Probate No. 47-2022-PR-00023 In the Matter of the Estate of Michael Anthony Boelke, aka Michael A. Boelke,aka Michael Boelke, aka Mike Boelke, Deceased. 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 Betty Jo Hoeppner the personal representative of the estate, at her 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 16th day of March, 2022. Betty Jo Hoeppner Personal Representative 3673 81 st Ave SE Jamestown, ND 58401 (701) 269-2277 KROPP LAW OFFICES, PC 105 Tenth Street SE Jamestown, ND 58401 (701) 252-5505 kropplaw@csicable.net Attorney for: Personal Representative (June 22 & 29; July 6, 2022) 75048
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 1.01 THE PROJECT Edgeley Career Academy Edgeley Public Schools Edgeley, North Dakota 1.02 THE OWNER (HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AS OWNER) S.E. Region Career & Technology Ctr. 2101 9th St. North Wahpeton, ND 58075 1.03 DATE: JUNE 2022 1.04 TO: POTENTIAL BIDDERS A. Sealed SEPARATE BASE BID(S) will be received for GENERAL CONSTRUCTION, MECHANICAL WORK, and ELECTRICAL WORK for the above referenced project. The Owner will solicit proposals for the Quality Control/ Special Inspections Contractor after award of the Contracts. B. All Bids will be received by the Owner until 2:00 P.M. Central Standard Time on July 07, 2022. 1. Bids shall be delivered before the time and date above to, Edgeley High School, 307 6th St., Edgeley, ND 58433, or they may be delivered to the Edgeley district office conference room at that address, at which time the Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Telephone and Fax Bids will not be allowed. 2. The Architect assumes no responsibility for receiving and delivering Contractor Bids to the bid opening. C. All bids shall be in accordance with Bidding Documents prepared by YHR Partners, Ltd., 420 Main Avenue, Moorhead, Minnesota 56560. D. The Bidding Documents may be examined at the following locations until Bid opening time: 1. The offices of the Owner and Architect. 2. The Builders Exchanges located in Bismarck (Bismarck Builders Exchange), Fargo, and Grand Forks, North Dakota. 3. The Builders Exchanges located in Mid-Minnesota (Willmar) and Minneapolis, Minnesota. 4. The Builders Exchanges located in Aberdeen and Sioux Falls (Plains), South Dakota. E. Bid Documents may be obtained from the office of the Architect as outlined below. All deposits and/ or payments for Bid Documents shall be made payable to “YHR Partners, Ltd.”. 1. Bid Documents may be obtained by prime Bidders upon receipt of a refundable deposit, by check, in the amount of $200 for one set of Bidding Documents. Full deposit will be returned to those submitting legal prime Base Bid provided complete set as issued, including Addenda, is received by the Architect within 14 days following bid opening. No plan deposit will be returned if these conditions are not met. a. Additional sets may be obtained by prime Bidders at a non-refundable cost of $200. Submit payment for those sets by separate check. 2. Full sets of printed Bid Documents may be obtained by non-bidders at a non-refundable cost of $200. 3. Any party may obtain electronic Bid Documents (digital download or pdf files) for a nonrefundable cost of $50 for digital download access or per disk, by completing and submitting the REQUEST FOR ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS form in Section 01 15 00. F. No Bids will be read or considered which do not fully comply with North Dakota bond and license requirements as stipulated in Section 00 21 13 - Instructions to Bidders and the North Dakota Century Code. G. Each Bid shall be accompanied by a separate envelope containing a Bidder’s bond in a sum equal to 5% of the highest amount of the Bids, executed by the Bidder as principal and by a surety company authorized to do business in this state, conditioned that if the principal’s Bids be accepted and the contract awarded to principal, the principal, within ten days after Notice of Award, will execute and effect a contract in accordance with the terms of the Bids and a contractor’s bond as required by law and the regulations and determinations of the Owner. H. Bidder shall have North Dakota Public Contractors License for highest amount of Bids, including any Alternate Bids, and such license shall have been in effect for at least ten days prior to Bid opening date. I. Bid security shall be made payable to S.E. Region Career & Technology Center. J. Bid security will be retained and your Bid will be required to be submitted under a condition of irrevocability until Contract has been awarded and executed, but not longer than a period of 30 days after the Bid date. K. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all Bids and waive informalities therein. 1.05 SIGNATURE For the Owner: S.E. Region Career & Technology Ctr. Wahpeton, ND B. By: Dan Spellerberg, Director END OF SECTION (June 15, 22 & 29, 2022) 73079
NOTICE OF HEARING FOR SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS DISTRICT #21-41 CITY OF JAMESTOWN JAMESTOWN, NORTH DAKOTA The Special Assessment Commission has filed in my office its assessments of property specially benefited by reason of Seal Coat, Patching, Construction and Reconstruction District #21-41 and certificate of confirmation thereof. Said assessments have been published according to law and are now on file in the office of the City Administrator and are open to public inspection. And, notice is hereby given, that the City Council will act upon the approval and confirmation of said assessments at its regular meeting in the Council Room of City Hall, 102 3rd Ave SE, Jamestown, North Dakota, Tuesday, the 5th day of July 2022, at 5:00 P.M. SARAH HELLEKSON, CITY ADMINISTRATOR (June 18, 2022) 73950
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IN DISTRICT COURT, COUNTY OF STUTSMAN, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA IN THE INTEREST OF I.B.S., BORN ON MAY 20, 2022 Danna Guadalupe Sampayo Buelvas, Birth Mother, Petitioner, v. Unknown, Alleged Birth Father; Robert Nicholas Harms and Kimberly Anne Harms, Identified Adoptive Parents; and the Executive Director of the Human Services Department, State of North Dakota Respondents. Case No. 47-2022-DM-00048 AMENDED SUMMONS & NOTICE OF HEARING [1] TO: UNKNOWN BIRTHFATHER [2] You are the respondent to a Petition for Termination of your parental rights to a minor child conceived with Danna Guadelupe Sampayo Buelvas in Stutsman County, North Dakota. You have a right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney and qualify, an attorney will be appointed to you. Applications for counsel can be sought from the Stutsman County Clerk of Court by calling 701-252-9042 or obtaining the application from https://www.nd.gov/indigents/docs/2017/CivilCases.pdf. Respondent is also being put on notice that his failure to act and obtain counsel could be deemed as a waiver of counsel in this proceeding. If Respondent is seeking the assistance of an attorney in this matter, he shall do so in a timely manner and notify the court of his intent to do so and/or his attorney’s name and contact information. [3] Respondent is also being put on notice that it is the intent of the Petitioner to ask for a default judgment in this matter. A hearing has been set on June 22, 2022, at 9:30 a.m. in Stutsman County, North Dakota, at the Stutsman County Courthouse, 511 Second Ave SE, Jamestown, ND. If you intend to contest the proceeding regarding the termination of your parental rights, you must appear in person in court on that date. Dated this 31st day of May, 2022. /s/ Lynn Slaathaug Moen, ND ID#06716 Nilson Brand Law 36 Main Street West Mayville, ND 58257 Phone: 701-786-6040 Email: lynn@nilsonbrandlaw.com Attorneys for Petitioner Danna Guadalupe Sampayo Buelvas (June 4, 11 & 18, 2022) 70509
Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Commission – April 19, 2022 At 3:30 p.m., Chairman Klose called the regular meeting of the Stutsman County Commission to order. Dennis Ova, Joan Morris, Steve Cichos, and Mark Klose answered the roll call. Ramone Gumke was absent. Robin Iszler, Central Valley Health District presented the 2021 Annual Report. At 3:33 p.m., Ramone Gumke joined the meeting via phone. Klose presented history of Arrowwood National Wildlife. According to Century Code the annual refuge revenue payments made to the county are apportioned among the school districts (25%) and townships (75%). Paul Halko, Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge Manager, reminded everyone that the county would still get the county trust payment. Klose mentioned that trust payment cannot exceed 10% of appraised value. The land will be a waterfowl production area and will be open to the public. Chuck Bosch, Reality Specialist at U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services, reassured the land would not be taken out of a waterfowl production area. A motion was made by Cichos to allow Arrowwood to proceed with appraisal, seconded by Morris. Ova, Gumke, Morris, and Cichos voted aye. Klose voted no. Motion carried. Jim Fettig, Maintenance Supervisor requested permission to purchase and install a new heat pump. The cost is $5,260 for the heat pump. The installation of the heat pump would be $1,200.00. Fettig also requested permission to replace some ceiling tiles costing roughly $600.00, and to add a ceiling fan costing $800.00. The total cost of the project is approximately $8,000. A motion was made by Ova to approve, seconded by Cichos. Gumke, Morris, Cichos, Klose, and Ova voted aye. Motion Carried. Fettig requested permission to travel to a Dacotah Paper seminar in Moorhead, MN. He will bring all his staff and one employee from the park department. A motion was made by Morris to approve, seconded by Ova. Motion carried. Tyler Perleberg, Director of Tax Equalization and Zoning Administrator presented application for property tax exemption for improvements to a building; Parcel #16-0421020. The owners added an old church to their personal property and renovated it into a rec-center for themselves. Township board meetings would also be held in this building. The exemption amount is for $75,000 and is allowed up to five years. A motion was made by Cichos to allow the exemption for three years. Seconded by Ova. Morris, Cichos, Klose, Ova, and Gumke voted aye. Motion carried. Mickey Nenow asked for approval of RFP’s. Nenow recommends using Interstate Engineering for all three projects. A motion was made by Cichos to approve, seconded by Morris. Cichos, Klose, Ova, Gumke, and Morris voted aye. Motion carried. Nenow asked for the approval of the resolution for the grade raise. Guthmiller Earthmoving Inc was awarded the bid for $1,768,154.31. A motion was made by Morris to approve, seconded by Cichos. Motion carried. Andrew Kirking Emergency Manager/9-1-1 Coordinator requested permission to increase the dispatch department from ten and a half positions to eleven full time positions. A motion was made by Cichos to approve of advertisement, seconded by Morris. Motion carried. Kirking mentioned that the 5-year mitigation was approved. Stutsman county is covered through 2027. Chad Kaiser, Sheriff requested approval to advertise for bids for the building project. Kaiser presented four location proposals for the building. The bids would only be for the building cost itself. Morris asked about security concerns. Kaiser is not concerned about any security issues. A motion was made by Cichos to allow the bid and would like to delete option one location south of the Game and Fish, seconded by Gumke. Motion carried. Klose would like a list of equipment that will be stored in the building. Jessica Alonge, Auditor/COO provided appointments for absentee poll workers. A motion was made by Ova to approve, seconded by Morris. Motion carried. Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Park Board – April 19, 2022 4:30 p.m., Chairman Klose called the regular meeting of the Stutsman County Park Board to order. Mark Klose, Joan Morris, Dennis Ova, Steve Cichos, Ramone Gumke (via Phone), and Bob Martin answered the roll call. Merri Mooridian was absent. Chad Kaiser, Sheriff, has made a request through the Bureau of Reclamation for road access to the first building site option south of Game and Fish. This grants use of right away across bureau lands back to Park Board property. A motion was made by Gumke to approve, seconded by Ova. Motion carried. Jessica Alonge, Auditor/COO presented 2022 Dock Permits. A question was presented whether it is allowed to have a someone else’s boat at a dock. The permit allows only boats registered to the dock owner. Karl Bergh, Park Superintendent, stated that Scott’s Electric mapped out all of the electrical and identified where the overuse is happening at Lakeside Campground. He also stated that Northern Plains did an assessment of the usage of energy at the campground. The transformer has never been maxed out. It is the distribution of the energy that is causing the issue. The proposal will take the power and distribute it more evenly. Scott’s Electric estimate is $7,480.00. At 4:44 p.m. Ova left the meeting. Bergh presented a proposal for paving the road in Lakeside Campground. The paving would not affect the camping season. The paving would go all the way to the road tying into the existing asphalt. One quote from December 1st, 2021, is from Boarder States costing $99,250.00, and the other is from Interstate Engineering costing around $139,231.00. Bergh presented a proposal for purchasing a furnace in the shop. Mackke Plumbing and Heating gave a quote of $3,350.00. Bergh has the furnace budgeted in 2023 but would take from that fund in 2022 and replenish it next year with the difference. A motion was made by Martin to approve, seconded by Morris. Klose, Martin, Gumke, Morris, and Cichos voted aye. Motion carried. A motion was made by Morris to upgrade the electrical at Lakeside Campground using ARPA funding not to exceed 7,500.00, seconded by Cichos. Martin, Gumke, Morris, Cichos, and Klose voted aye. Motion carried. A motion was made by Morris to approve of paving the campsite not exceeding $99,999, with funds coming out of ARPA, Martin seconded. Morris would like an analysis for Stutsman County camping rates with other camping sites with an intent to increase camping rates in 2023. Morris withdrew the motion regarding paving. A motion was made by Morris to proceed with the paving of Lakeside Campground to be paid through the ARPA Fund not to exceed $125,000, Martin seconded. Gumke, Morris, Cichos, Klose, Martin all voted aye. Motion carried. At 5:07 p.m., Ramone Gumke left the meeting. Bob Martin presented an update on the Jamestown Dam. He stated the Bureau has started the release. It is in a flood zone stage at 1.434. A motion was made by Cichos to approve of the monthly bills. Seconded by Morris. Morris, Cichos, Klose, and Martin voted aye. Motion carried. County Park Fund, CREATIVE ENERGY $94.11; DAKOTA VALLEY ELECTRIC $8.00; JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA $62.10; JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA $613.80; JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA $351.90; JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA $3,478.20; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $287.10. Martin indicated that he received a complaint that the James River boat Club has a light that is too bright. Northern Plains installed a new LED light. Bergh stated Northern Plains is looking into a hood to reduce the brightness. At 5:15 p.m., a motion was made by Morris to adjourn Park Board meeting, seconded by Martin. Motion carried. At 5:15 p.m., the Commission meeting was called back to order. A motion was made by Cichos to approve the monthly bills, seconded by Morris. Cichos, Klose, and Morris voted aye. Motion carried. General Revenue Fund, A & B BUSINESS INC $313.47; ARCTIC ZONE REFRIGERATION $329.41; ATTORNEY GENERAL OFFICE-1250 $2,367.00; BARNES COUNTY AUDITOR $122.43; BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS $295.20; CAULFIELD, MATTHEW $10.00; CDW GOVERNMENT INC $121.50; CENTRAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC $1,574.37; CENTURYLINK $1,134.82; COLE PAPERS INC $51.64; CREATIVE ENERGY $302.68; DACOTAH PAPER CO $351.29; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS $641.67; DALSTED & RYAN P C $513.00; ESRI $700.00; FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY $1,876.59; FREMGEN,FRITZ $119.34; GALLS, LLC $459.95; GRAYBAR $75.60; HIGH POINT NETWORKS $684.00; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT $1,011.55; JAMESTOWN AREA AMBULANCE $120.09; JAMESTOWN COMMUNICATIONS INC $40.00; JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS $500.00; JAMESTOWN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER $3,644.56; JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA -$2.46; LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES $75.00; LLOYDS MOTORS $82.32; MARQUART,ANDREW S $1,062.00; MCGILVREY, MAUREEN $66.70; MDU $330.63; ND STATE RADIO COMMUNICATIONS $2,492.00; NDPHIT. $280.00; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $191.00; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $9,306.31; PHARMCHEM INC $2,430.80; PRESORT PLUS $293.22; PRIMARY PACKAGING INC $102.20; QUILL CORPORATION $186.39; RECORD KEEPERS $107.50; RECYCLING CENTER OF NORTH DAKOTA, LLC $220.25; SC CORRECTIONS $1,333.50; SCHAFFER,DIANNE $60.00; SCHMIERER, DENNIS $1,708.85; SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE, LLC $7,815.96; TDS METROCOM $258.31; TDS METROCOM – SS $136.51; THOMSON REUTERS $435.38; WILHELM CHEVROLET BUICK GMC $1,599.00; ZERR, LORISA $288.73; E 911 Phone System Fund, CENTRAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC $251.44; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $219.12; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS $277.00; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT $4,993.49; JAMESTOWN COMMUNICATIONS INC $200.00; TDS METROCOM $1.85; County Roads Fund, ARAMARK $231.15; BROCK WHITE COMPANY LLC $23,556.00; BUFFALO CITY DIESEL $116.81; BUTLER MACHINERY CO $47.97; CLEVELAND CITY WATER & SEWER $100.70; CREATIVE ENERGY $647.70 DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS $172.89; FACTORY MOTOR PARTS $11.80; FACTORY MOTOR PARTS CO $282.82; FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY $557.28; HIGH PLAINS WATER $36.00; HOME OF ECONOMY $31.11; INSURE FORWARD $350.00; INTERSTATE ENGINEERING $12,817.00; JAMESTOWN PLUMBING & HEATING $34.21; JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA $4,732.00; JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA $5,824.00; JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA $360.48; JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA $4,472.00; JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA $5,135.00; JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA $4,320.00; JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL $137.38; KRAMLICH MICHAEL $842.40; KRAMLICH, MYRON $537.62; LARRY’S AUTO GLASS $298.41; LAWSON PRODUCTS INC $318.70; LINDE GAS & EQUIPMENT $155.01; MDU $1,119.73; MEDINA CITY AUDITOR – DD $88.75; MENARDS – JAMESTOWN $109.88; NAPA AUTO PARTS $1,454.86; NENOW,MICKEY $23.50; NORTH DAKOTA ONE CALL $2.60; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $272.00; NORTHWEST TIRE INC. $156.75; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $1,203.85; PRODUCTIVITY PLUS ACCOUNT $1,527.95; SANFORD HEALTH OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE $275.00; STREETER CITY AUDITOR – DD $61.75; SWANSTON EQUIPMENT CO $180.52; TDS METROCOM $1.53; TOWE, JEREMY W $342.23; VINING OIL CO $2,064.47; WEST END HIDE & FUR $736.81; Foster Care Trust Fund Total, $1,742.15; Weed Control Fund, JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA $2,888.28; Veterans Service Fund, CENTURYLINK $15.98; TDS METROCOM $3.47; County Agent Fund, DACOTAH PAPER CO $28.67; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS $272.35; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC $57.99; NDSU EXTENSION SERVICE $14,213.96; NORTH DAKOTA FARMERS UNION $150.00; Human Service Zone Human Service Fund Total, $7,311.78 Commissary Fund, TURNKEY CORRECTIONS $118.97; Drug Program Fund Total, $215.36; Information Technology Capital Fund, PREMIER ENTERPRIZES INC $27,312.55; Job Incentive Fund, JAMESTOWN STUTSMAN DEVELOPMENT CORP $11,140.13; FEMA INTERSTATE ENGINEERING $538.34. At 5:17p.m., a motion was made by Morris to adjourn the Commission meeting, seconded by Cichos. Motion carried. ATTEST: ___________________________ Jessica Alonge Auditor/COO _________________________________ Mark T. Klose Commission Chairman (June 15, 2022) 73130