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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) will receive bids for the construction of the following project(s): Job No.: 22485 Project No(s).: BND-IM-2-094(164)228 Length: 0 Type: BRIDGE REPLACEMENT County(s): STUTSMAN Co Location: I94, JCT ND 30 (STREETER INTERCHANGE) Job No.: 23323 Project No(s).: SS-9-999(476) Length: 0 Type: LED LIGHTING CONVERSION County(s): STUTSMAN, BARNES, BURKE, BURLEIGH, CASS, DIVIDE, GOLDEN VALLEY, GRAND FORKS, KIDDER, LAMOURE, MCHENRY, MCKENZIE, MORTON, OLIVER, PEMBINA, RAMSEY, RICHLAND, STARK, TRAILL, WALSH, WARD, WELLS, & WILLIAMS Cos Location: STATEWIDE LED LIGHTING CONVERSION Bids will be received via the Bid Express on-line bidding exchange at www.bidx.com until 09:30AM, February11, 2022. Bids will be opened at that time at the NDDOT building on the capitol grounds in Bismarck and the bid results will be distributed and posted online at https://www.dot.nd.gov/business/bidinfo.htm approximately 30 minutes after bids are opened. The proposal forms, plans, and specifications are available on the NDDOT website at http://www.dot.nd.gov and may be inspected at the Construction Services Division, 608 East Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, North Dakota. All bidders not currently prequalified with NDDOT must submit an online Contractor’s Prequalification request to the Department at least ten (10) business days prior to the bid opening. The online application can be found on the NDDOT website at https://www.dot.nd.gov/business/contractors.htm. NDDOT reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, waive technicalities, or to accept such as may be determined in the best interests of the state. For disability/language assistance, call 701-328-2978. Requested by: William T. Panos, Director North Dakota Department of Transportation (Jan. 19, 2022) 23688
SECTION 00 2110 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID Jamestown School District Jamestown High School Addition Bid Package No. 2 Sub-Contract bids will be received at the office of the Construction Manager at Risk: Consolidated Construction Company, 1355 Airport Road, Bismarck, North Dakota and until 2:00 PM, CDT on Tuesday, February 8, 2022. Bids shall be submitted in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders, Specification Section 00 2113. Bids shall be lump sum basis, and with no alterations or attachments to the bid form contained in the specifications. At 2:30 PM, Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. The public bid opening will be held on-line at the following location: Microsoft Teams meeting Join on your computer or mobile app Join with a video conferencing device 924223377@t.plcm.vc Video Conference ID: 112 048 018 6 This project consists of a Pre-Engineered Metal Building addition, approximately 4,460 sf, onto the existing Jamestown High School. The Scope of Work includes various bid packages including but not necessarily limited to the following: -Earthwork -Site Utilities -Cast-in-Place Concrete -Rough Carpentry -Finish Carpentry -Hollow Metal Doors and Frames -Aluminum Entrances and Storefronts -Door Hardware -Glazing -Non-Structural Steel Framing -Gypsum Board -Flooring -Interior Painting -Fire Suppression -Plumbing -Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning -Electrical -Communications Bid documents as prepared by JLG Architects can be viewed at the offices of the Jamestown School District and the office of the Construction Manager at Risk, Consolidated Construction Company, 1355 Airport Road, Bismarck, ND 58504; Bismarck Builders Exchange, Bismarck, ND; Fargo-Moorhead Builders Exchange, Grand Forks Builders and Traders Exchange, Minot Builders Exchange, Dickinson Builders Exchange, Williston Builders Exchange, Aberdeen Builders Exchange, Construction Industry Center in Rapid City SD, Billings Builders Exchange, Minnesota Builders Exchange; Dodge Scan, Minneapolis, MN; Plains Builders Exchange, Sioux Falls SD. Contractors desiring a copy of the Bid Documents may obtain them by contacting the Construction Manager: Jordan Nieuwsma at 701-516-8166 and email jnieuwsma@1call2build.com. Secondary contact: Mike Barsness at 701-557-3703 and e-mail mbarsness@1call2build.com. Bidders desiring hard copies may obtain them by providing a refundable payment of $250.00 per set, at the time of request, if documents are returned in acceptable condition. Bidding Documents will be available on January 17, 2022. The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids and rebid the project until a satisfactory bid is received, and to waive any informalities or irregularities. (Jan. 15, 22 & 29, 2022) 23250
The Stutsman County Commission will be accepting applications to the James River Valley Library Board. Interested parties should submit an “Application for Appointment” to the County Auditor by 5:00 p.m., January 31, 2022. Appointment to the board will be made February 1, 2022, with the official term commencing March 1, 2022. Applications are available at www.stutsmancounty.gov under the “Government”, then “Get Involved” option, or from the County Auditor’s Office at 511 2nd Ave SE, Ste. 102, Jamestown, ND 58401. For more information about these boards, please visit our website or contact the County Auditor’s Office at 701-252-9035. (Jan. 15, 2022) 23177
Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Commission – October 19, 2021. At 3:30 p.m., Chairman Klose called the regular meeting of the Stutsman County Commission to order. Dennis Ova, Joan Morris, Steven Cichos, and Mark Klose answered the roll call. Ramone Gumke was absent. Mark Klose opened with discussion of the appraisal hearing for the tax foreclosure properties. There are 9 total properties on the foreclosure list. One of the properties is from the 2020 foreclosure list that did not get sold. Cichos made a motion to approve the presented appraisal values, seconded by Ova. Motion carried. Searle Swedlund, Jamestown Tourism Director, requested the continuation of grant funding of $75,000.00. The City would fund $60,000 and the County would fund $15,000. Morris made a motion to approve request, seconded by Ova. Roll call vote: Ova, Morris, Cichos, and Klose voted aye. Motion carried. Connie Ova, JSDC, requested the approval of an updated JSDC Policy Manual which includes two revisions. Cichos made a motion to approve the request, seconded by Morris. Roll call vote: Morris, Cichos, Klose, and Ova voted aye. Motion Carried. Ova reported an update about ADM and Bison world projects as well. Shannon Larson, Human Resource Director, made a request for closure on Friday, November 26, 2020 (the day after Thanksgiving). Cichos made a Motion to approve, seconded by Morris. Motion carried. Jessica Moser, Treasurer/Recorder, requested the approval for the Deputy Treasurer to perform marriage ceremonies. Morris made a motion to approve the request, seconded by Ova. Motion Carried. Josh Smaage, IT Director, requested to permission to spend Homeland Security Grant money totaling in $218,435. He received three different grants. The grant money will be used to add 32 doors to the keyless entry system and a button system in the LEC lobby to allow access to the lower level. Cameras will also be added to interior and exterior of the building. The final project is for storage rays to provide back up of county files in case of a security breach/ ransomware attacks. Morris made a motion to approve request, seconded by Ova. Motion carried. Sheriff Kaiser made a request to start the process for purchasing two sheriff’s vehicles approved in the 2022 budget, with the expectation the vehicles would be delivered in January 2022. Cichos made a motion to approve, seconded by Ova. Roll call vote: Cichos, Klose, Ova, Morris voted aye. Motion carried. At 4:05 p.m., the County Commission meeting recessed for the County Park Board meeting. Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Park Board – October 19th, 2021 At 4:05 p.m., the Park Board meeting was called to order. Dennis Ova, Joan Morris, Steven Cichos, and Mark Klose answered the roll call. Ramone Gumke, Jason Houge, and Robert Martin were absent. A follow up discussion was held on whether a 404 permit is required of cabin lot owners for rip rap on the shoreline. The Corps of Engineers has indicated a permit would need to be applied for. Jon Lindberg from the EZ Wheels Shrine Club requested approval for the sinking vehicle annual fundraiser to be held between the island and the Marina on the Jamestown Reservoir. Cichos made motion to approve, Ova seconded. Motion carried. Ova made a motion to approve the mid-month bills, seconded by Morris. Roll call vote: Klose, Ova, Morris, and Cichos voted aye. Motion carried. County Park Fund, CAPITAL ONE TRADE CREDIT $18.40; DAKOTA VALLEY ELECTRIC $8.00; DALLAS SAILER ENTERPRISES INC $20,320.20; DOI- BOR- REGION: MISSOURI BASIN $68,760.53; GAHNER SANITATION SERVICE $1,050.00; GLYNN LAW FIRM, P.C. $3,550.00; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC $9.00; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $779.10; PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC $1.24 At 4:11 p.m., Cichos made a motion to adjourn the Park Board meeting, seconded by Ova. Motion carried. At 4:11 p.m., the Commission meeting was called back to order. Ova made a motion to approve the mid-month bills and taxable meals, seconded by Morris. Ova, Morris, Cichos, and Klose voted aye. Motion carried. General Revenue Fund, BALCO UNIFORM CO INC $84.50; BEAR, TINA $248.50; BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS $309.60; BIDDLE CONSULTING GROUP, INC. $1,495.00; BLUE STAR DRY CLEANING & BEYOND $9.00; CDW GOVERNMENT INC $365.54; CENTRAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC $386.51; CENTURYLINK $1,139.56; CICHOS, STEVEN $172.48; COLE PAPERS INC $146.92; CREATIVE ENERGY $173.46; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $641.67; FARMERS UNION OIL CO-CENEX $47.18; FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY $609.99; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT $1,004.50; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC $557.02; J & L SERVICE $35.00; JAMESTOWN COMMUNICATIONS INC $62.00; JAMESTOWN PLUMBING & HEATING $302.17; JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA $22.84; KIRKING, ANDREW $181.72; LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES $142.66; LONGTINE, JENNIFER $158.90; MARQUART,ANDREW S $882.00; MDU $70.99; ND STATE RADIO COMMUNICATIONS $1,440.00; NDSDA $300.00; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $67.00; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $9,505.89; OTTERTAIL POWER CO $360.11; PERLEBERG, CIARA $77.36; PHARMCHEM INC $1,199.10; PRESORT PLUS $481.36; PUT5ONYO, INC $1,067.00; QUADIENT FINANCE USA – SS $1,000.00; RECORD KEEPERS $16.00; RELIAS LEARNING LLC $3,962.49; SANFORD HEALTH (NORTH) $1,000.00; SC CORRECTIONS $1,189.50; SCHAFFER,DIANNE $60.00; SUPERPUMPER/PARKLAND USA $8.00; TDS METROCOM $263.60; TDS METROCOM – SS $127.05; THOMSON REUTERS $414.65; TURNKEY CORRECTIONS $80.00; WARNER, CHAD $243.46; E 911 Phone System Fund, DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $230.87; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS $277.00; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT $11,497.95; PENGUIN MANAGEMENT INC $2,208.00; TDS METROCOM $5.84; County Roads Fund, ARAMARK $201.07; BORDER STATES PAVING INC $7,418.36; BUFFALO CITY DIESEL $467.49; BUTLER MACHINERY CO $6,252.11; CLEVELAND CITY WATER & SEWER $100.70; CREATIVE ENERGY $5,601.85; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $172.89; HIGH PLAINS WATER $30.00; HOME OF ECONOMY $19.98; INTERSTATE ENGINEERING $9,747.16; KRAMLICH MICHAEL $156.24; KRAMLICH, MYRON $102.48; LARRY’S AUTO GLASS $1,871.68; MDU $126.22; MENARDS – JAMESTOWN $1,565.14; NAPA AUTO PARTS $960.96; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $59.00; NORTHWEST TIRE INC $1,521.82; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $662.54; PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC $160.50; PRODUCTIVITY PLUS ACCOUNT $645.00; QUILL CORPORATION $100.72; SANFORD HEALTH OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE $30.00; SCHERBENSKE INC. $373.32; SNS AUTO SUPPLY $776.00; STUTSMAN COUNTY GLASS $365.00; TOWE, JEREMY W $86.80; ZABKA, KEVIN $199.92; Veterans Service Fund, CENTURYLINK $16.06; TDS METROCOM $3.58; County Agent Fund, DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $265.34; HARSTAD,ALICIA $33.04; HARSTAD,ALICIA $35.84; HARSTAD,ALICIA $96.32; HARSTAD,ALICIA $11.76; HARSTAD,ALICIA $53.76; HIGH PLAINS WATER $18.00; NDSU EXTENSION SERVICE $11,844.96; RITTENBACH,CHRISTINA $35.00; Human Service Zone Human Service Fund Total, $3,417.97; Commissary Fund, TURNKEY CORRECTIONS $206.12; Drug Program Fund Total, $215.77; Courthouse Building Fund, SMITTY’S CARPET SHOP INC $352.31; Information Technology Capital Fund, CDW GOVERNMENT INC $1,088.78; Road & Bridge Building Fund, MIELKE, DALE $180.00; NAPA AUTO PARTS $209.00; County Hazardous Chemical Account Total $2,664.90; Job Incentive Fund, JAMESTOWN STUTSMAN DEVELOPMENT CORP $42,300.00; FEMA, IOSCO TOWNSHIP #26 – DD $28,993.50 At 4:12 p.m., Morris made a motion to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Cichos. Motion carried. ATTEST: _______________________ Jessica Alonge Interim Auditor/COO _______________________ Mark T. Klose Commission Chairman (Jan. 15, 2022) 23135

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Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Budget Hearing – October 7, 2021 At 6:00 p.m., the Stutsman County budget hearing was called to order by Chairman Mark Klose. Dennis Ova (via phone), Ramone Gumke, Joan Morris, Steven Cichos, and Mark Klose answered the roll call. Jessica Alonge, Interim Auditor/COO, presented the proposed 2022 County Budget and 2021 Property Tax Levy. The budget includes a 3% cost of living increase and a 2% step increase for all eligible employees. Revenues increased by $1,734.087. This is mostly due to transfers between funds and CARES funding. Expenditures increased for 2022 by $1,421.838. The total proposed mill levy is 73.94 and the total 2021 taxable value is $131,522,930. The total mill levy increased by 2.92 from 2020. This would result in a $19.73 increase for a $150,000 residential property. Klose asked for public input. There were no comments. Gumke made a motion, seconded by Morris, to adopt the proposed 2022 County Budget. Ova, Gumke, Morris, Cichos, and Klose voted aye. Motion carried. Cichos made a motion, seconded by Gumke, to certify the 2021 Property Tax Levies. Motion carried. Gumke made a motion, seconded by Morris, to adopt the 2022-2026 Capital Improvement Plan. Morris, Cichos, Klose, Ova, and Gumke voted aye. Motion carried. Alonge discussed the 2022 Budgeted Transfers. The only new item is the CARES funds that will be transferred to the General Fund. Morris made a motion to approve the transfers, seconded by Ova. Cichos, Klose, Ova, Gumke, and Morris voted aye. Motion carried. Approval is needed for the Auditor to certify the Central Valley Health District mill levy with the Logan County auditor. Cichos made a motion, seconded by Gumke, to approve. Klose, Ova, Gumke, Morris, and Cichos voted aye. Motion carried. Morris recognized and thanked Jessica Alonge and Shannon Larson for their hard work on the budget process. At 6:18 p.m., Gumke made a motion to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Morris. Motion carried. ATTEST: ______________________ Jessica Alonge Interim Auditor/COO _______________________ Mark T. Klose Commission Chairman (Jan. 15, 2022) 23131
Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Commission – October 7, 2021 At 3:30 p.m., Chairman Klose called the regular meeting of the Stutsman County Commission to order. Dennis Ova (via phone), Ramone Gumke, Joan Morris, Steven Cichos, and Mark Klose answered the roll call. Gumke made a motion to approve the September 2021 meeting minutes, seconded by Ova. Motion carried. Fritz Fremgen, State’s Attorney, presented his monthly report. They are still conducting hearings over Zoom. There are still technology challenges with jury trials at the old courthouse. He will look into ARPA funds for potential solutions. Tyler Perleberg, Tax Director, presented an application for an abatement on parcel #86-1000400. The house on this property burned down in April. The abatement would be granted from April 14-December 31. Cichos made a motion to approve the abatement, seconded by Morris. Ova, Gumke, Morris, Cichos, and Klose voted aye. Motion carried. Mickey Nenow, Highway Superintendent, discussed the bid award for two motor graders. Both bids are within the budget. The RDO bid is higher at $223,820, compared to Butler at $168,634, but RDO would be able to deliver the machines much sooner. Nenow would like to award the bid to RDO. Ova made a motion to award the bid to RDO, seconded by Gumke. Gumke, Morris, Cichos, Klose, and Ova voted aye. Motion carried. Nenow discussed a request from an employee, Tanner Larson, for unpaid leave equaling 80 hours. Any unpaid leave over 40 hours requires board approval. Gumke made a motion to approve the request, seconded by Cichos. Motion carried. Ova left the meeting at 3:55 p.m. Nenow discussed a maintenance certification from ND DOT. This is an annual requirement to certify that the county is maintaining roads that fall under federal aid. Gumke made a motion to approve, seconded by Cichos. Motion carried. Josh Smaage, IT Director, discussed Audio/Visual remodels in the Commission room. Alonge and Larson confirmed with NDACO that this project would qualify for ARPA funds. Smaage received quotes ranging from $40,000 to $100,000. The quote Smaage would like to go for would equal approximately $41,000. Cichos inquired about replacing the chairs in the room as well. That would not qualify for ARPA funds but could be budgeted for in the future. Cichos made a motion to allow Smaage to proceed with the project using ARPA funds, seconded by Gumke. Morris, Cichos, Klose, and Gumke voted aye. Motion carried. Jessica Alonge, Interim Auditor/COO, discussed appraisals and re-appraisals on tax foreclosure properties. There are 13 parcels on the 2021 list, and one parcel from the 2020 sale that did not get purchased. The Jamestown city appraiser looked at the property and lowered the market value to $30,500. It can be added to the sale this year. The Commission split up the properties to appraise and will return the information by Friday, October 15th. Alonge recommended the Tax Foreclosure appraisal hearing to be held at the commission meeting on October 19, 2021. Gumke made a motion to approve, seconded by Morris. Motion carried. The North Dakota State Fair delegate was discussed. Morris volunteered to serve as the delegate. Alonge discussed the 2020 Audit Report. There were two findings. The auditors recommended that the CARES funds be removed from the FEMA account and placed in the General fund, and this has already been corrected. The other finding was regarding the fraud risk assessment. Alonge and Larson are working on that as well. At 4:12 p.m., the Commission meeting recessed for the County Park Board meeting. Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Park Board – October 7, 2021 At 4:12 p.m., Chairman Klose called the regular meeting of the Stutsman County Park Board to order. Ramone Gumke, Joan Morris, Steven Cichos, Mark Klose, and Bob Martin were present. Dennis Ova and Jason Houge were absent. Cichos discussed projects on the Jamestown Reservoir. In the past, cabin owners had to submit project applications for any projects. After the land transfer, if a cabin owner is still leasing the lot from the Park Board, they would have to submit an application. Cichos and Morris would like to clarify if cabin owners that have purchased their lot have to do anything to make sure they are complying with all regulations. Some owners would like to install or add to rip rap at the shoreline. Martin will check into the 404 permit process. Morris made a motion to approve the request from Schoeler to install rip rap contingent on Martin’s research on the permits, seconded by Cichos. Motion carried. A permit transfer request from James Torrence and Rick McKay was discussed. Dr. Torrence would like to buy McKay’s cabin. The permit would have to be transferred, then Torrence would purchase the other lot. It was previously not allowed for one person to own two cabins. McKay is also willing to purchase the lot, then Torrence would purchase the house and lot from him. Martin made a motion to approve the monthly bills, seconded by Gumke. Cichos, Klose, Martin, Gumke, and Morris voted aye. Motion carried. County Park Fund, CAPITAL ONE TRADE CREDIT $36.65; CENTRAL SALES $326.44; COLE PAPERS INC $91.26; FARMERS UNION OIL CO-CENEX $1,184.94; PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC $63.74; SMITH, CONNER $750.00; STUTSMAN RURAL WATER DISTRICT $247.38; VISA AUD 1683 $954.44 Morris requested a change in the September 7th Park Board minutes. She would like to add “Since June, the permittee was verbally informed of this infraction three times.” Morris made a motion to approve the September minutes, including the addition, seconded by Cichos. Motion carried. Morris inquired whether Karl has talked to Farmer’s Union about the road through Joos’ Grove being blocked off. Karl has spoken to them and they would like the road to remain closed to car traffic, but it is open to foot and bike traffic. At 4:40 p.m., Gumke made a motion to adjourn the Park Board meeting, seconded by Cichos. Motion carried. At 4:40 p.m., the Commission meeting was called back to order. Alonge discussed two previous questions on bills. Alonge will move all Aramark expenses for the road department from the Utilities account to the Maintenance and Repairs account. The heater that was purchased was for the DOT building that the Sheriff’s department purchased from the Road department. Alonge will correct that description as well. Gumke made a motion to approve the monthly bills, seconded by Morris. Klose, Gumke, Morris, and Cichos voted aye. Motion carried. General Revenue Fund, A & B BUSINESS INC $313.47; ALLEN ENTERPRISES LLC $36.10; ALONGE,JESSICA $113.12; ASPIRE BANK $1,132.16; ATTORNEY GENERAL OFFICE-1250 $6,265.00; BALCO UNIFORM CO INC $21.57; BANK FORWARD $29.95; BARNES, RICHARD $140.00; BEAR, TINA $84.00; BEAU, TRACY $6.85; BUDGET AUTO $190.00; CENEX FLEETCARD – SO $3,274.83; CHAMBER OF COMMERCE $278.00; COLE PAPERS INC $15.86; CRANSTON, JOSEPH B $12.81; DACOTAH PAPER CO $2,169.70; DALSTED & RYAN P C $152.00; DUNWOODIE CONSTRUCTION INC $26.60; EBEL, SARENA $196.00; ECOLAB PEST ELIMINATION DIV $379.63; ENTZMINGER, DAWN $62.68; FM TITLE $45.00; FOERDERER, ROGER $5.37; GEIGER, DARRELL $73.41; GLIK, ARLON J $25.32; GOODALL, KAREN MICHELE $8.39; HANSON, KEVIN M $12.86; HEADLAND, MICHAEL D $30.16; HIRCHERT,JONATHON $152.00; HOCHHALTER, DONALD $7.65; HOLLAND, ANGELA $112.00; HUST, CHARILYN $1,734.80; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC $157.92; INSURE FORWARD $50.00; JACKSON, CHAD $140.00; JAMESTOWN CITY WATER $4,397.69; JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS $400.00; JAMESTOWN JET CENTER INC $11.85; JETSTREAM CAR WASH $539.54; KAISER,CHAD $152.00; LEPPERT, SAM $5.49; MAGNUM ELECTRIC HOLDINGS LLC $53.51; MARQUART,ANDREW S $864.00; MATTHEW BENDER & CO INC $1,134.24; MDU $1,215.78; MOSER,JESSICA $56.56; MOSER,JESSICA $56.56; ND SECRETARY OF STATE $36.00; OFFICE OF THE STATE AUDITOR $30,350.00; PLEINES, MARTY R $6.82; POST BOARD $45.00; QUADIENT FINANCE USA, INC. – AUD $1,039.00; QUALITY TITLE INC $10.00; RECORD KEEPERS $29.00; REDWOOD BIOTECH INC $80.00; REIMERS GENERAL PARTNERSHIP. $12.07; RIVERSIDE INVESTMENTS LLC $22.83; RM STOUDT INC $593.11; RUNGE,GREGORY IAN $663.20; SAMUELSON, LOUIS C $41.46; SCHAFFER, MARLENE A $26.75; SCHUBERT’S CARPET ONE $70.99; SLABY, LANNA L $51.45; SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE, LLC $7,453.78; TRANE U.S. INC $1,413.41; TWO RIVERS PRINTING $298.00; VERIZON WIRELESS $1,501.55; VISA AUD 1683 $2,356.00; VISA EMS 1790 $29.72; VISA SCCC 1949 $3,788.07; VISA SO 1840 $3,644.71; VISA SS 1025 $88.62; WADENA COUNTY SHERIFF $75.00; WILHELM CHEVROLET BUICK GMC $1,972.44; YUNCK, CASEY $152.00; E 911 Phone System Fund, CAPITAL ONE-EMS 646058 $5.35; GREAT PLAINS TOWERS, INC $4,628.50; County Roads Fund, ARAMARK $211.26; ASTECH $386,516.02; BORDER STATES PAVING INC $97.20; CAPITAL ONE - RD 604867 $158.07; CAPITAL ONE TRADE CREDIT $475.82; CITY OF STREEETER $61.75; FARMERS UNION OIL CO-CENEX $23.56; FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY $228.42; HOME OF ECONOMY $120.25; JAMESTOWN CITY WATER $377.25; LAWSON PRODUCTS INC $82.47; MACKKE PLUMBING AND HEATING $205.50; MDU $53.74; MEDINA CITY AUDITOR – DD $88.75; MENARDS – JAMESTOWN $162.54; MONTPELIER CITY AUDITOR – DD $58.00; NAPA AUTO PARTS $313.84; NORTHWEST TIRE INC $25,406.15; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $142.90; POWER PLAN $1,549.65; QUILL CORPORATION $274.93; S&R TRUCK PLAZA $65.98; SOURCE ONE SUPPLY, INC. $183.19; STREETER COOP OIL $2,599.12; STUTSMAN RURAL WATER DISTRICT $126.28; TDS METROCOM – RD $4.61; TRACTOR SUPPLY CREDIT PLAN $147.94; TRUE NORTH STEEL $44,460.00; VINING OIL CO $27,556.96; VISA RD 1766 $1,390.95; WEST END HIDE & FUR $332.49; Weed Control Fund, AT&T MOBILITY $139.44; DEUTSCHER,DAVID $42.00; HOME OF ECONOMY $90.56; NAPA AUTO PARTS-WEED $54.05; NORTHWEST TIRE INC $35.99; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $59.46; STUTSMAN CO ROAD DEPT $126.28; Veterans Service Fund, VISA EMS 1790 $4.00; County Agent Fund, INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC $39.77; LEAF $109.00; R&H MAINTENANCE $400.00; RECYCLING CENTER OF NORTH DAKOTA, LLC $12.50; VISA EXT 3424 $262.40; Human Service Zone Human Service Fund Total, $12,454.89; Commissary Fund, VISA SCCC 1949 $29.97; Drug Program Fund Total, $1,181.85; Courthouse Building Fund, TRANE U.S. INC $11,283.00; Information Technology Capital Fund, CDW GOVERNMENT INC $1,946.19; VISA AUD 1683 $1,860.29; Road & Bridge Building Fund, VISA RD 1766 $648.99; County Hazardous Chemical Account Total $9.98; Drug Task Force Asset Forfeiture Fund, BRINSTER LAW PC $16,560.20; FEMA, ASHLAND TOWNSHIP – DD $64,381.89; ROUND TOP TOWNSHIP #47 – DD $1,485.00; Wages, Friday, September 24, 2021 $701,153.13 At 4:44 p.m., Morris made a motion to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Gumke. Motion carried. ATTEST: ______________________ Jessica Alonge Interim Auditor/COO ______________________ Mark T. Klose Commission Chairman (Jan. 15, 2022) 23123
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF STUTSMAN In the Matter of the Estate of RONALD J. LARSON, Deceased. Case No. 47-2021-PR-00124 NOTICE TO CREDITORS [1] 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 Roger Dewald, personal representative of the estate, at 1616 10th Avenue NE, Jamestown, ND 58401 or filed with the Court. Dated this 11th day of January, 2022. /s/ Roger Dewald Roger Dewald - Personal Representative 1616 10th Avenue NE Jamestown, ND 58401 Steven T. Ottmar - ID #03601 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 15th day of January, 2022. (Jan. 15, 22 & 29, 2022) 23106
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids for a Stutsman County Highways Chip Seal Project will be received by Stutsman County at the Stutsman County Auditor’s Office in the County Courthouse until 5:00 PM (CST) February 4th. The bids will be publicly opened and considered at 4:30 PM (CST) February 7th, 2022. The scope and general nature of the work consists of furnishing all labor, equipment, materials and performing all work necessary for performing a maintenance chip seal on 17.05 miles of county highways. The chip seal shall be performed with the approximate following quantities: 101,441 Gallons of CRS-2P Emulsified Asphalt. 3,169.27 Tons of Cover Coat Material-Class 41. Bid Alternate of 25,365 Gallons of CSS-1H -Fog Seal. Plans and specifications are on file at the office of the County Highway Department, 1508 4th St. NW, Jamestown, North Dakota 58401 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Questions related to the project may be directed to Mr. Mickey Nenow, Highway Superintendent, at (701)252-9040. Stutsman County reserves the right to hold all bids 30 DAYS after the date set for the opening thereof and reject any and all bids and waive minor defects. Work shall commence on this project within 10 calendar days of being issued a “Notice to Proceed” by the County. Work, when started, shall proceed in a continuous operation from start to finish. All work on this project shall be completed on or before September 1, 2022. All bids shall be accompanied by a separate envelope containing a bidder’s bond in the amount of 5% of the total bid, payable to Stutsman County as liquidated damages in accordance with Section NDCC 11-11-28. In addition, all bids shall be accompanied by a copy of the contractor’s license, in effect at least ten days prior to the date set for receiving bids, in the separate envelope with the bidder’s bond in accordance with NDCC 43-07-12. The successful bidder shall provide a performance bond in the amount of the bid pursuant to NDCC 48-01.2-10. The successful bidder shall also provide a certificate of liability insurance coverage, a current “North Dakota Workforce Safety & Insurance Certificate of Premium Paid,” and a “Contractor’s Certificate of North Dakota Income and Sales Tax Clearance.” Public liability and property damage insurance requirements shall be in accordance with Section 107 of the Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction adopted October 2020. The bidder’s envelope shall be clearly marked to identify it as a sealed bid for: Stutsman County Highways Chip Seal Project. Addenda, if any, shall be acknowledged on the outside of the bidder’s envelope and on the bidder’s proposal. 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. All bidders are invited to be present at the public opening of the bids. Dated this February 7th, 2022. 4:30PM BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF STUTSMAN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Mickey Nenow Stutsman County Highway Superintendent (Jan. 15 & 22, 2022) 23090

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Notice of Annual Meeting Greater Ramsey Water District (GRWD) will hold the annual meeting for all members on Wednesday, February 9, 2022 at 7 p.m. at GRWD’s shop located at 113 Shamrock Ln SE, Devils Lake, ND. (Jan. 15, 2022) 23082
Resolution of Necessity 22-41
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF STUTSMAN In the Matter of the Estate of ELSIE V. CLARK, Deceased. Case No. 47-2021-PR-00123 NOTICE TO CREDITOR 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 Shirley Seher, personal representative of the estate, at 310 11th Avenue SE, Jamestown, North Dakota 58401, or filed with the Court. Dated this 11th day of January, 2022. /s/ Shirley Seher Shirley Seher - Personal Representative 310 11th Avenue SE Jamestown, ND 58401 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 15th day of January, 2022. (Jan. 15, 22 & 29, 2022) 23072
CITY OF JAMESTOWN, ND ORDINANCE NO. 1556 AN ORDINANCE TO REPEAL THE CURRENT APPENDIX C AND TO ENACT THE REFORMATTED APPENDIX C OF THE CITY CODE OF THE CITY OF JAMESTOWN, ND, PERTAINING TO ZONING REGULATIONS. Notice is hereby given that a full version of Ordinance No. 1556 and maps are available online as follows: www.jamestownnd.gov/government/municipal-code www.jamestownnd.gov/departments/public-works/building www.jamestownnd.gov/files/maps/city_zoning.pdf www.jamestownnd.gov/files/maps/one_mile_extraterritorial_limits.pdf or at City Hall 102 3rd Ave SE, Jamestown, ND. SECTION 1-9. General Penalty; Continuing Violations. Whenever in this Code or in any ordinance of the city or in any rule or regulation promulgated pursuant thereto any act is prohibited or is made or declared to be unlawful or an offense, or whenever in this Code or any ordinance or in any rule or regulation promulgated pursuant thereto the doing of any act is required or the failure to do any act is declared to be unlawful, or is declared to be a class B misdemeanor, and where no specific penalty is provided therefor, any person, upon conviction for the violation of any such provision of this Code or any ordinance or any such rule or regulation, shall be punished by a fine not to exceed one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500.00) or by imprisonment not to exceed thirty (30) days or by both such fine and imprisonment for each such offense. Each day any violation of any provision of this Code or of any ordinance or of any such rule or regulation shall continue shall constitute a separate offense except with respect to section 21-16-17 wherein each time period violation shall constitute a separate and additional parking violation. In the construction and interpretation of this section, the revocation of a license or permit shall not be considered as a recovery or penalty so as to bar any other penalty being enforced. Introduced by Council Member Kamlitz Seconded by Council Member Steele First Reading: December 6, 2021 Second Reading: January 3, 2022 Final Passage: January 3, 2022 Roll Call No. 7 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. (Jan. 15, 2022) 22863
JAMESTOWN CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING, JANUARY 3, 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, Steele, Buchanan and Schloegel, Assistant City Attorney Geroux and City Administrator Hellekson. Council Member Steele moved to approve the minutes of the regular council meeting December 6, 2021, minutes of the special council meeting December 22, 2021, minutes of the committee meeting December 16, 2021. Seconded by Council Member Kamlitz. Unanimous aye vote. Carried. No bids were received for the sale of impounded/abandoned vehicles. Council Member Buchanan moved to approve the following consent agenda items: A. Resolution to re-affirm pledges of deposit as follows: Unison Bank - $14,798,123.45; Wells Fargo Bank - $9,470,911.90; Dacotah Bank - $22,254,307.69. B. Resolution to approve the tree shredding agreement with Hanson Auto Crushing & Trucking, Inc., expiring December 31, 2025, to shred trees and yard waste debris at the landfill and transfer station at least once annually at a rate of $30 per ton. C. Resolution to authorize the advertising for bids for the purchase of One (1) New Single Axle Truck with Single-Arm Automated Packer or Equivalent, Sanitation Department. D. Resolution to approve the proposed agreement with LKA Engineers, Inc., to develop Fire Station Generator Project plans and specifications to be distributed to bidders under the NDDES grant project, for full electrical engineering services including furnishing and installation of the engine-generator and service entrance rated automatic transfer switch, reviewing shop drawing submittals, and conducting site visits as necessary for quality control and final inspection, but does not include bid process administration fees, for a total fixed fee of $7,800, as part of the FEMA mitigation grant project. E. Resolution to approve the plans and specifications and authorizing the advertisement of bids for the Water Treatment Plant Ceilings, Lighting, and Mechanical Upgrades Project. F. Resolution to approve the following pertaining to the 2022 Seal Coat, Patching, Construction and Reconstruction District No. 22-41: 1. To create the district; 2. To direct the preparation of a preliminary engineering report concerning the district; 3. To approve the preliminary engineering report on the district; 4. To declare it necessary to construct the district and direct the City Administrator to publish notice of a public hearing concerning the district. G. Resolution to approve the Minor Subdivision, Preliminary/Final Plat of Christensen Addition, Replat of Lot 9, Block 1 of Prairie Park Addition Within NW ¼ Section 35, T140N, R64W, City of Jamestown, North Dakota. The property is located at 1516 10th St SW. H. Resolution to approve an antenna license agreement at the request of the American Family Association, Inc., for the right to install, operate and maintain an antenna and related facilities without interference with city’s infrastructure, or maintenance and repair requirements, which current agreement expires December 31, 2021, and direct the City Attorney to draft an agreement. I. Resolution to approve an updated agreement between the City of Jamestown and Aqua-Pure, beginning January 1, 2022, and ending December 31, 2022, with the option to extend annually. J. Resolution to approve and accept the proposal from SRF Consulting for Planning and Zoning Technical Services for 2022 in an amount not to exceed $20,000. K. Resolution to approve Payment No. 2, to Naastad Brothers, Inc., for construction on Emergency 18” Water Main Replacement District 21-62, in the amount of $146,157.50. L. Resolution to approve Payment No. 5 & Final, to LD Concrete, for construction on 2021 Sidewalk, Curb & Gutter District 21-11, in the amount of $3,199.06. M. Resolution to approve Payment No. 10, to the ND Department of Transportation, for engineering services on US 281 / US 52 Road Diet, NDDOT Project UGP-NHU-2-052(043)264, PCN 22279 — US 52 from 8th Ave NW to 8th St S, in the amount of $4,415.97. N. Resolution to approve Payment No. 11, to SRF Consulting Group, Inc., for 2021 Jamestown Planning and Zoning Technical Services, in the amount of $1,885.23. O. Resolution to approve Payment No. 85, to AE2S, LLC, for On Call engineering services (I&C Water) for a total amount of $3,716.00. P. Resolution to approve Payment No. 1, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on Water Treatment Building Ceiling Removal and Replacement, in the amount of $2,310.00. Q. Resolution to approve Payment No. 1, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on Civic Center Roof Removal and Replacement, Area B & D, in the amount of $1,120.00. R. Resolution to approve Payment No. 4, 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 $3,105.00. S. Resolution to approve Payment No. 10, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on Sanitary Sewer Lift Station Improvements District 20-32 (Lift Station No. 11 and 1 Design), in the amount of $2,033.00. T. Resolution to approve Payment No. 10, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on 2021 Watermain Improvements District 21-61, in the amount of $4,370.08. U. Resolution to approve Payment No. 11, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on Wastewater Treatment Plant Facility Issues, in the amount of $345.00. V. Resolution to approve Payment No. 30 , to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for preliminary design and surveying on the James River Bank Stabilization Project, Phase 3, in the amount of $515.00. W. Resolution to approve Payment No. 32, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on the Title V Air Quality Permit for Sanitary Landfill, in the amount of $484.00. X. Resolution to approve Payment No. 315, in the amount of $13,405.84, to Interstate Engineering, Inc., for engineering services on various city department consultations as follows: (General), in the amount of $6,856.90; (Streets), in the amount of $2,668.94; (Sewer), in the amount of $540.00; (Water), in the amount of $2,200.00; (Solid Waste), in the amount of $342.00; (Storm Water), in the amount of $798.00. Y. Motion to accept the reports of the Municipal Judge, Police Department, Fire Department, Public Works Departments, Inspection Department, Forestry Department, Civic Center, Central Valley Health Unit, and financial status. Z. Resolution to allow the December indebtedness in the amount of $2,370,001.98 consisting of $522,675.54 payroll and 1,847,326.44 general obligations. 106.95 A & B BUSINESS SOLUTIONS, INC; 17848.00 A & R ROOFING COMPANY INC; 5.72 ACHEN, DANYELLE; 480.00 ADVANCED ELEMENTS OPERATIONAL; 1401.90 ADVANTAGE ELECTRIC, INC; 1989.21 AE2S, LLC; 783.68 ALEX AIR APPARATUS, INC; 930.00 ALLIED ENERGY INC; 456.06 ANDERSON BROS.; 6046.51 AQUA-PURE INC; 1162.60 ARAMARK; 1222.33 BALCO UNIFORM CO., INC.; 329696.24 BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA, TRUSTEE; 86150.00 BASARABA EXCAVATING & DIRTWORKS LLC; 4730.42 BDT MECHANICAL, LLC; 350.00 BEAR, DEB; 25.00 BERCIER, MARSHALL; 25.00 BERCIER, ZACHARY; 38.84 BIXBY-ANDERSON, JESSE; 18362.05 BLACKSTRAP INC; 77.75 BLUE360 MEDIA, LLC; 9885.50 BORDER STATES PAVING, INC; 700.00 BP ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES; 206.36 BRUGGER, MATTHEW; 920.06 BUFFALO CITY DIESEL, INC; 700.00 BUFFALO LANES, INC; 8157.11 BUTLER MACHINERY COMPANY; 25.00 BYBEE, JOSHUA; 25.00 BYBEE, SIDNEY; 13120.22 CAPITAL ONE PUBLIC FUNDING; 6481.96 CARDMEMBER SERVICE; 341775.10 CC STEEL, LLC; 645.65 CDW GOVERNMENT; 1505.00 CENEX; 1134.99 CENTRAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC; 107.10 CENTRAL SALES, INC; 256.04 CENTURYLINK; 69.75 COCA-COLA BOTTLING HIGH COUNTRY; 336.88 COLE PAPERS, INC; 1000.00 COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAM; 76.94 CONNECT WIRELESS; 378.90 CREATIVE ENERGY INC.; 104.56 CROSS COUNTRY FREIGHT SOLUTIONS; 150.00 D & B PORTABLES LLC; 70.51 DACOTAH PAPER COMPANY; 1493.96 DAKOTA CEN. TELECOMMUNICATIONS; 63.96 DAKOTA RENTAL CENTER, LLC; 18646.17 DALSTED & RYAN, PC; 2126.10 DAN POLAND MACHINE, INC; 470.39 ECOLAB PEST ELIMINATION DIV; 62.46 FASTENAL COMPANY; 923.07 FERGUSON WATERWORKS #2516; 350.00 FIEBER, ARIELLE; 350.00 FISHER, HANNAH; 834.17 FOGDERUD, DOUGLAS; 1312.08 FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY; 25.00 GEMAR, ANDY; 61.84 GEROUX, ABBAGAIL; 2358.00 HACH; 12860.86 HANSON TIRE SERVICE; 2244.00 HAWKINS, INC; 2409.80 HEIMAN FIRE EQUIPMENT; 118.72 HELLEKSON, SARAH; 94.45 HIGH PLAINS WATER; 343.18 HOME OF ECONOMY; 111.72 HUGO’S NO. 9; 34.36 HUTCHESON, BRUCE; 43.98 INFINITY BUILDING SERVICES; 315.20 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT; 1204.24 INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC; 145.00 INT’L CODE COUNCIL - AL; 260.00 INT’L SOC. OF ARBORICULTURE; 1199.80 INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CENTER; 69612.54 INTERSTATE ENGINEERING, INC; 70.00 J & L SERVICE; 375.00 JAKE SEWER AND DRAIN CLEANING LLC; 40.06 JAMES RIVER HUMANE SOCIETY, INC; 5205.09 JAMES RIVER VALLEY LIBRARY SYSTEM; 437.55 JAMES VALLEY FOP LODGE NO. 4; 38.40 JAMESTOWN - STUTSMAN; 1739.00 JAMESTOWN AREA AMBULANCE; 2500.00 JAMESTOWN CIVIC CENTER; 130.50 JAMESTOWN COMMUNICATIONS, INC; 30172.91 JAMESTOWN PARK & RECREATION; 5133.82 JAMESTOWN PLUMBING, HEATING & AC, INC; 1709.35 JAMESTOWN REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY; 133589.70 JAMESTOWN TOURISM; 151.00 JAMESTOWN UNITED WAY; 1027.76 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - 8011; 90974.98 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - 8022; 1634.50 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - Flex Spending; 83458.96 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - Landfill Fees; 1455.54 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - Misc2; 229.52 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - Petty Cash; 2906.85 JAMESTOWN, CITY OF - Water Utility; 2135.92 JOBS HQ; 85.00 JOE MECHANICAL LLC; 2035.53 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL; 100.00 KAPP, ELIZABETH; 43.59 KEMP, NEAL; 28053.58 KILLORAN TRUCKING & BROKERAGE, INC; 9890.00 KRIS ENGINEERING, INC; 2855.58 KROPP LAW OFFICES, PC; 421.10 LARRY’S AUTO GLASS, INC; 426.30 LAW OFFICE OF CHRISTOPHER A CARLSON; 49.03 LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC; 5675.56 LD CONCRETE; 190.30 LED OUTFITTERS; 3877.81 LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE INS CO, THE; 69.89 LINDE GAS & EQUIPMENT INC; 704.74 MAC’S, INC; 6475.00 MAINSTAY INVESTMENTS; 834.68 MARCO TECHNOLOGIES LLC, NW 7128; 343.62 MATTHEW BENDER & CO, INC; 71.57 MELLAND, MARTINE; 905.92 MENARD INC; 811.42 MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEMICAL; 700.00 MIRACLE DEVELOPMENT.; 40900.83 MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES; 106.00 MVTL LABORATORIES, INC; 791.50 NALCO COMPANY LLC; 2152.80 NAPA AUTO PARTS; 18.54 ND DEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY...; 6373.52 ND DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION - Fin Division; 251.88 ND FIREFIGHTER’S ASSOCIATION; 75.00 ND LEAGUE OF CITIES; 297.70 ND ONE CALL, INC; 256.00 ND STATE DEPT OF HEALTH - Micro Lab Div; 300.00 ND WATER & POLLUTION CONTROL CONFERENCE; 1130.53 NEWMAN TRAFFIC SIGNS; 25644.26 NORTHERN PLAINS; 1969.05 NORTHERN SAFETY TECHNOLOGY, INC; 5800.00 NORTHERN TECHNOLOGIES, LLC; 846.85 NORTHERN TRUCK EQUIPMENT CORPORATION; 3853.50 NORTHWEST IRON FIREMEN, INC; 454.58 NW TIRE, INC; 73.07 OLSON, TODD A; 72.96 OLYMPIC SALES, INC; 534.00 OTIS ELEVATOR CO; 33955.47 OTTER TAIL POWER COMPANY; 49508.54 PARK CONSTRUCTION COMPANY; 71.96 PIT STOP; 180.00 POST BOARD; 1493.86 POWERPLAN OIB; 45.00 PROFESSIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSOCIATION; 1106.11 R.M. STOUDT, INC; 42854.88 RECYCLING CENTER OF NORTH DAKOTA, LLC; 425.00 REHRIG PACIFIC COMPANY; 874.45 SANDNESS LAW OFFICE; 49.00 SANFORD HEALTH OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE; 5161.63 SANITATION PRODUCTS, INC; 835.00 SCALE PLUS; 8275.09 SCHERBENSKE INC; 100.00 SCHULTES, CINDY; 148.58 SCHUMACHER, EMANUEL; 2738.50 SERVICEMASTER OF JAMESTOWN; 535.90 SMITH & STREGE LTD; 350.00 SMITH, BETTY; 58.00 SOUTHWOOD VETERINARY CLINIC PC; 8613.88 SRF CONSULTING GROUP, INC; 350.00 STIEM, ROBIN; 381.56 STUTSMAN COUNTY AUDITOR; 65.00 STUTSMAN COUNTY RECORDER; 1995.21 STUTSMAN COUNTY ROAD DEPARTMENT; 125.96 STUTSMAN RURAL WATER DISTRICT; 936.26 TDS METROCOM; 939.60 THOMSON REUTERS - WEST PAYMENT CENTER; 82.00 TITAN MACHINERY - Jamestown; 797.00 TWO RIVERS PRINTING, INC; 4.26 ULRICH, AMANDA; 49.99 UNIFORM CENTER; 220.17 UNISON BANK; 2293.82 UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE; 300.00 UNIVERSITY OF JAMESTOWN BASEBALL; 108.50 UNIVERSITY OF JAMESTOWN SOFTBALL; 47.66 UPS BILLING CENTER; 350.00 VEN HUIZEN, BRADY; 2651.18 VERIZON WIRELESS; 233.19 VESSCO, INC.; 1816.72 VINING OIL COMPANY; 784.00 VOLIN, KAYLA; 350.00 WALKER, HOLLY; 602.00 WATER SMITH, INC; Seconded by Council Member Schloegel. Consent Roll Call No. 1 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. Council Member Steele moved to approve a Resolution designating a local North Dakota Cares steering committee for the Jamestown community per the October 2018 City Council resolution, to help improve understanding of the needs and services for military service members, veterans, and their families. Seconded by Council Member Kamlitz. Roll Call No. 2 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. ND Cares Director Michelle Panos, Military Outreach Representative Nikki Frohlich, and MAJ Lucas R. Klettke, 141 Maneuver Enhancement Brigade presented the ND Cares Community road signs to the City Council. A public hearing was held concerning an ordinance for the franchise agreement for a proposed non-exclusive franchise in the city with Midcontinent Communications. No one appeared to object and no written protests were received. The hearing was closed. Ordinance No. 1552, introduced by Council Member Buchanan, for the franchise agreement for a proposed non-exclusive franchise in the city with Midcontinent Communications for the right to construct, maintain, and operate within and upon, in and under, the streets, alleys, and public grounds of the city, a telecommunication system for public and private use in the city, had its second reading. Seconded by Council Member Steele. Assistant City Attorney Geroux stated that the changes are in all three ordinances and franchise agreements and were shared with representatives from all three businesses and that the geographic coverage for Midcontinent was modified to accommodate city staff. Roll Call No. 3 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. Ordinance No. 1553, introduced by Council Member Schloegel, for the franchise agreement for a proposed non-exclusive franchise in the city with Daktel Communications for the right to construct, maintain, and operate within and upon, in and under, the streets, alleys, and public grounds of the city, a telecommunication system for public and private use in the city, had its second reading. Seconded by Council Member Kamlitz. Roll Call No. 4 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. Ordinance No. 1554, introduced by Council Member Steele, for the franchise agreement for a proposed non-exclusive franchise in the city with Cable Services Inc. for the right to construct, maintain, and operate within and upon, in and under, the streets, alleys, and public grounds of the city, a telecommunication system for public and private use in the city, had its second reading. Seconded by Council Member Schloegel. Roll Call No. 5 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. A public hearing was held concerning an ordinance to amend and re-enact Ordinance No. 329 of the City Code by amending the District Map to change the zoning of the South One-Half (S ½) of the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 12, Township 139 North, Range 64 West of the Fifth P.M., except that portion thereof presently existing as highway right of way, City of Jamestown, Stutsman County, North Dakota from C-2 & Ag (General Commercial District & Agricultural District) to M-1 (Limited Industrial and Manufacturing District). The property is located at 3790 Hwy 281 SE. No one appeared to object and no written protests were received. The hearing was closed. Ordinance No. 1555, introduced by Council Member Steele to amend and re-enact Ordinance No. 329 of the City Code by amending the District Map to change the zoning of the South One-Half (S ½) of the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 12, Township 139 North, Range 64 West of the Fifth P.M., except that portion thereof presently existing as highway right of way, City of Jamestown, Stutsman County, North Dakota from C-2 & Ag (General Commercial District & Agricultural District) to M-1 (Limited Industrial and Manufacturing District), had its second reading. The property is located at 3790 Hwy 281 SE. Seconded by Council Member Kamlitz. Roll Call No. 6 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. A public hearing was held concerning an ordinance to repeal the current Appendix C and to enact the reformatted Appendix C of the City Code of the City of Jamestown, North Dakota, pertaining to Zoning Regulations. No one appeared to object and no written protests were received. The hearing was closed. Ordinance No. 1556, introduced by Council Member Kamlitz, to repeal the current Appendix C and to enact the reformatted Appendix C of the City Code of the City of Jamestown, North Dakota, pertaining to Zoning Regulations, had its second reading. Seconded by Council Member Steele. Roll Call No. 7 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. Mayor Heinrich stated that he will re-advertise the opening to serve as a member of the Jamestown Regional Airport Authority for a five year term to expire December 2026. Council Member Steele moved to appoint Darell Losing and Harold Bensch to serve as members of the Board of Adjustment for three year terms to expire January 2025. Seconded by Council Member Schloegel. Unanimous aye vote. Carried. Council Member Kamlitz moved to appoint Jon Lillejord to server as a member of the Civil Service Commission for a five year term to expire January 2027. Seconded by Council Member Steele. Unanimous aye vote. Carried. Council Member Buchanan moved a Resolution to approve the Preliminary Engineering Reimbursement Agreement with the NDDOT on Highway 52 from 4th Ave SW to 18th St SW, Project No. NHU-2-052(049)266, PCN 23350, Contract No. 38211466, and authorizing the City Auditor, City Attorney and Mayor to sign the agreement and the NDDOT authorization. Seconded by Council Member Schloegel. Roll Call No. 8 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. Council Member Kamlitz moved a Resolution to approve the request from Jamestown Gymnastics Club for a site authorization to conduct gaming at the Jamestown Gymnastics Club Board Room on June 13, 2022. Seconded by Council Member Steele. Roll Call No. 9 showed: 5 ayes, 0 nays, 0 absent. Carried. Council Member Kamlitz moved to adjourn at 5:41 p.m. Seconded by Council Member Schloegel. Unanimous aye vote. Carried. APPROVED: DWAINE HEINRICH, Mayor ATTEST: SARAH HELLEKSON, City Administrator (Jan. 15, 2022) 22596
IN THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF STUTSMAN IN THE DISTRICT COURT, SOUTHEAST JUDICIAL DISTRICT U.S. Bank National Association as successor by merger of U.S. Bank National Association ND, Plaintiff, v. Glenda K. Ost; Corey Ryan as Personal Representative of the Estate of Glenda K. Ost; any person in possession, Defendants. NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE SALE CIVIL NUMBER: 47-2021-CV-00487 1.Judgment in the amount of $37,636.83, having been entered in favor of Plaintiff and against Defendants, which Judgment was filed with the Clerk of Courts of Stutsman County, North Dakota, on November 12, 2021, for the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage. 2. Notice is hereby given pursuant to said Judgment that the real property described as: East 50 feet of Lot 6, Block 71, Klaus’ Third Addition to Jamestown, Stutsman Co., ND. Real Property address: 411 8th Street SE, Jamestown, ND 58401 The above real property is the subject of the Mortgage dated August 29, 2005, which Mortgagor, Glenda K. Ost, executed and delivered to U.S. Bank National Association ND, and recorded in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Stutsman County, North Dakota, on August 30, 2005, Instrument Number X171199, which is subject to the entered Judgment. 3. In order to realize the amount of $37,636.83, as of November 12, 2021, plus interest accruing thereafter on said amount at the rate of 8.25000% per year together with the costs and expenses of sale, will be sold subject to redemption as provided by law as one parcel of land at public auction, subject to the lien for unpaid real estate taxes and assessments of Stutsman County, North Dakota, and easements and restrictions of record, to the highest bidder for cash under the direction of the Sheriff of Stutsman County, North Dakota, at the main entrance of the Stutsman County Courthouse located at 511 2nd Avenue Southeast, Jamestown, ND 58401, on February 17, 2022 (“Sale Date”), at 10:00 AM. 4. If the sale is set aside for reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the Mortgagee’s attorney. DATED this 6th day of January, 2021. SHERIFF OF STUTSMAN COUNTY Chad Kaiser By: Casey Yuck Sheriff / Deputy Sheriff of Stutsman Halliday, Watkins & Mann, P.C. By Zachary Nesbit Zachary Nesbit Attorneys for Plaintiff 376 East 400 South, Suite 300 Salt Lake City, UT 84111 Tel: 801-355-2886 Email: zach@hwmlawfirm.com Bar: 07552 (Jan. 12, 19 & 26, 2022) 21947
IN DISTRICT COURT, WALSH COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION FOR NAME CHANGE OF Jaycee Lee Brown, A MINOR CHILD
SECTION 101