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Official Proceedings of the Stutsman Cou

Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Commission—November 1, 2022 At 3:30 p.m., Chairman Klose called the regular meeting of the Stutsman County Commission to order. Dennis Ova, Joan Morris, and Mark Klose answered the roll call. Ramone Gumke and Steven Cichos were present via phone. A motion was made by Morris to approve of the October 2022 meeting minutes, seconded by Ova. Motion carried. Carlie Hively, US Army Corp of Engineers Construction Project Manager, presented the spillway modification & improvements at the Pipestem Dam. Mark Klose asked if there is going to be a lot of material that will be brought in. Hively stated there will be 100,000 cubic yards of concrete brought in. Morris asked if there was a risk of high-water during construction. Bob Worden, Lead Design Engineer, stated they have a risk mitigation plan and strategies to reduce the risk of high waters interfering with the construction. Daniel Schwartz, Nexus Planning & Consulting, discussed, via phone, the LEC Generator Bid Award. There were two bids received. Advantage Electric was the lowest bidder with a bid of $264,660. This project was originally applied for in 2017 through FEMA and was funded though a 2019 fiscal year grant. It is a 75/25 split, it has been budgeted for in previous years, but ARPA funds are able to be used as well. It will take roughly 70 weeks for the generator to be delivered. A motion was made by Morris to accept the Advantage Electric bid, seconded by Ova. Roll call vote: Ova, Gumke, Morris, Cichos, and Klose voted aye. Motion carried. Fritz Fremgen, State’s Attorney, presented his month report. There is still a vacant position for an Assistant State’s Attorney. Jim Wentland, Road Superintendent, requested permission to begin using ARPA funds that were approved for refacing of main shop and blade shop. A motion was made by Ova, seconded by Cichos. Roll call vote: Gumke, Morris, Cichos, Klose, and Ova voted aye. Motion carried. Maureen McGilvrey, Treasurer/Recorder presented a letter of promotion to the Deputy Treasurer, Sue Koropatnicki. A motion was made by Gumke to approve the request, seconded by Morris. Roll call vote: Morris, Cichos, Klose, Ova, and Gumke voted aye. Motion carried. Jessica Alonge, Auditor/COO presented a request for approval of an additional General Election worker, Amy Hehr. A motion was made by Morris to approve, seconded by Ova. Motion carried. At 4:10 p.m., the Commission recessed for the County Park board. Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Park Board—November 1, 2022. At 4:10 p.m., Chairman Klose called the regular meeting of the Stutsman County Park Board to order. Dennis Ova, Joan Morris, Mark Klose, Ramone Gumke (via phone), Steven Cichos (via phone), and Robert Martin answered the roll call. Merri Mooridian was absent. A motion was made by Ova to approve of the October 2022 meeting minutes, seconded by Morris. Motion carried. EZ Wheels Shrine Club requested approval for the sinking vehicle annual fundraiser at the Jamestown Reservoir. A motion was made by Martin to approve, seconded Cichos. Roll call vote: Cichos, Klose, Martin, Ova, Gumke, and Morris voted aye. Motion carried. Karl Bergh, Park Superintendent, requested approval of a snowplow attachment for the skid steer using ARPA funds. The cost is approximately $8,500, and it will be shared with the courthouse. Cichos asked if the courthouse maintenance fund would have any room in their budget to help with the purchase. Chairman Klose presented the two price options for a box culvert that will be in place of the bridge at the Jamestown Reservoir. One is a wingwall construction for $232,424 and one is slope end construction for $193,730. The difference between the two is mostly cosmetics and will not make a difference for where they are placing it. Gumke stated we should go with the cheaper option since the difference is only cosmetics. At 4:30 p.m., Ramone Gumke left the meeting. Morris asked if there would be a bike lane on the box culvert. Morris would like to hear more from the engineers to finalize specifics on the box culvert. The topic was tabled to the next meeting. A motion was made by Morris to purchase the skid steer attachment first out of department budget, and if no funds available, then consider ARPA funds, seconded by Cichos. Roll call vote: Klose, Martin, Ova, Morris, and Cichos voted aye. Motion carried. A motion was made by Morris to approve the monthly bills, seconded by Martin. Roll call vote: Martin, Ova, Morris, Cichos, and Klose voted aye. Motion carried. County Park Fund, DAKOTA RENTAL CENTER LLC $95.84; STUTSMAN RURAL WATER DISTRICT $638.19; USDA FOREST SERVICE $800.00; VISA AUD 1683 $588.50 Commissioner Cichos requested that the topic of final purchase dates of the remaining cabin lots be on the next agenda. Commissioner Morris requested an analysis of camping fees for Lakeside Campground compared to other campground locations. At 4:39 p.m., A motion was made by Ova to adjourn Park Board meeting, seconded by Martin. Motion carried. At 4:39 p.m., the Commission meeting was called back to order. A motion was made by Morris to approve the monthly bills, seconded by Ova. Roll call vote: Ova, Morris, Cichos, and Klose voted aye. Motion carried. General Revenue Fund, APPLIED CONCEPTS INC $136.00; ARCTIC ZONE REFRIGERATION $737.79; BALCO UNIFORM CO INC $315.00; BARNES, RICHARD $94.50; BEAR, TINA $153.00; BI INC. $345.60; CABLE SERVICES $47.31; CDW GOVERNMENT INC $85.79; CENEX FLEETCARD – SO $3,195.09; CENTRAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC $75.00; CENTURYLINK $336.17; COLE PAPERS INC $1,344.54; COMFORT SUITES $176.40; DACOTAH PAPER CO $888.04; DRIVER AND VEHICLE SERVICES $11.50; FOERDERER, ALISA D $6.04; GALLS, LLC $1,288.99; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC $733.77; JACKSON, CHAD $125.00; JACKSON, CHAD $28.00; JAMESTOWN CITY WATER $4,008.41; JAMESTOWN COMMUNICATIONS INC $269.50; JAMESTOWN PLUMBING & HEATING $970.62; JETSTREAM CAR WASH $898.67; KRAMLICH, PHYLLIS $6.21; KRUEGER,NANCY $88.00; LYTLE, WILLIAM $328.23; MARQUART,ANDREW S $774.00; MDU $2,194.85; MERRICK, EDWARD KEHOE $7.73; ND ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES $1,671.00; NDAAO $410.00; NEWMAN SIGNS $374.00; ORRIGINALS, INC. $447.30; PHARMCHEM INC $1,037.85; PHOENIX SUPPLY $900.00; PIT STOP EXPRESS LUBE $274.61; PLUMBMASTER $179.22; POST BOARD $180.00; QUADIENT LEASING USA, INC. $621.99; REDWOOD BIOTECH INC $0.96; ROGERS, PHILIP $5.65; RUEDA-DELEON, RYAN $94.50; SANFORD $1,086.81; SANFORD. $486.58; SEACHANGE PRINT INNOVATIONS $394.00; SKRAMSTAD, RONDA $60.00; SUMMIT FIRE PROTECTION $1,419.50; SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE, LLC $8,317.88; SUNSET LAW ENFORCEMENT $1,961.00; THRIFTY DRUG-WHITE DRUG $106.43; TWO RIVERS PRINTING $262.00; VERIZON WIRELESS- SO $2,419.82; VISA AUD 1683 $7,988.87; VISA SCCC 1949 $5,671.0; VISA SO 1840 $2,344.33; VISA SS 1025 $32.40; WALKER, JENNIFER LYNN $19.55; WILHELM CHEVROLET BUICK GMC $67.78; E 911 Phone System Fund, CDW GOVERNMENT INC $7,063.66; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC $10.98; ND ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES $239.00; County Roads Fund, ARAMARK $345.72; BLACKSTRAP, INC $2,753.40; BORDER STATES PAVING INC $74,197.09; BUFFALO CITY DIESEL $428.14; BUTLER MACHINERY CO $170.03; CAPITAL ONE - RD 604867 $60.08; CAPITAL ONE TRADE CREDIT $162.70; CLEVELAND CITY WATER & SEWER $101.70; COUNTRY READY MIX LLC $1,859.00; CREATIVE ENERGY $5,688.24; DAN POLAND MACHINE INC $224.00; FARMERS UNION OIL CO-CENEX $2,460.41; FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT DIVISION $13,961.91; GUTHMILLER EARTHMOVING INC $65.40; INTERSTATE ENGINEERING $3,361.28; JAMESTOWN CITY WATER $405.25; JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL $67.95; MEDINA CITY AUDITOR $89.75; MENARDS – JAMESTOWN $535.51; NAPA AUTO PARTS $1,229.02; ND ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES $185.00; NEWMAN SIGNS $135.12; NICKY’S SPARE TIME $70.00; NORTH DAKOTA ONE CALL $44.20; NORTHWEST TIRE INC. $10,927.45; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $155.83; POWER PLAN $386.71; QUILL CORPORATION $104.11; SIGN SOLUTIONS USA $1,369.42; STREETER COOP OIL $2,027.15; TITAN MACHINERY – BISMARCK $108.16; TRUE NORTH STEEL $7,004.00; VISA RD 1766 $330.86; Foster Care Trust Fund Total, $748.00; Weed Control Fund, AT&T MOBILITY $116.20; MENARDS - JAMESTOWN WEED $91.04; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $49.27; STUTSMAN CO ROAD DEPT $9,270.00; Veterans Service Fund, RADISSON INN BISMARCK $259.20; County Agent Fund , INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC $14.99; JARSKI-WEBER, BRENDA $109.14; LEAF $109.00; R&H MAINTENANCE $400.00; VISA EXT 3424 $641.17; Human Service Zone Human Service Fund Total, $1,677.51; Commissary Fund, SC CORRECTIONS $1,021.17; VISA SCCC 1949 $272.72; Drug Program Fund Total, $40.00; Courthouse Building Fund, SCOTT’S ELECTRIC LLC $291.07; VISA AUD 1683 $2,186.01; County Correctional Center Construction Fund, VISA SCCC 1949 $2,100.00; Road & Bridge Building Fund VISA RD 1766 $484.48; County Sheriff Capital Fund, BAYCOM INC $9,544.00; NORTHERN SAFETY TECHNOLOGY INC $3,156.16; Wages, Tuesday, October 25, 2022 $697,683.82 At 4:40 p.m., A motion was made by Morris to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Ova. Motion carried. ATTEST: ____________________ Jessica Alonge Auditor/COO ____________________ Mark T. Klose Commission Chairman (Dec. 14, 2022) 129629