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Official Proceedings of the Stutsman Cou

Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Commission – February 15, 2022 At 3:30 p.m., Chairman Klose called the regular meeting of the Stutsman County Commission to order. Dennis Ova, Joan Morris, Steven Cichos (via phone), and Mark Klose answered the roll call. Ramone Gumke was absent. At 3:32 p.m., Ramone Gumke joined the meeting via phone. Searle Swedlund, Jamestown Tourism requested 2022 agency funds for the Arts Center, Frontier Village, and County Museum. Swedlund has not heard from Fort Seward and will continue to reach out. Frontier Village and the Museum will come out of the Historical Society levy, and the Arts Center is paid as an agency request. A motion was made by Cichos to approve, seconded by Ova. Ova, Gumke, Cichos, Morris, and Klose all voted aye. Motion carried. Mickey Nenow, Highway Superintendent, presented his monthly report. Nenow presented the chip seal bid award to Morris Sealcoat & Trucking. The bid was for $521,450.34, which is over the $500,000.00 budgeted for. There are extra funds to cover the overage. The project is a total of 18 miles. A motion was made by Ova to award the bid to Morris Sealcoat & Trucking, seconded by Gumke. Gumke, Cichos, Morris, Klose, and Ova all voted aye. Motion carried. Andrew Kirking, Emergency Manager/ 911 Coordinator presented an update on Stink Lake. The state has all documentation they need. Kirking is hoping to get funds by the end of February. The County will invoice the townships for their share. Kirking provided an update on the Deer Lake Township application for FEMA. It has been approved and Kirking presented documentation to the State. The State was able to release about $35,000, which is a bulk of the FEMA funds. The additional funds will be paid once proof of payment in full to the contractor is provided. Jessica Alonge Auditor/COO requested appointment of Maureen McGlivrey as Treasurer/Recorder. A motion was made by Ova to approve the request, seconded by Morris. Motion carried. Alonge requested that Maureen McGilvrey be added as an authorized signor on the financial accounts and credit cards. The current signors would be Jessica Alonge, Susan Koropatnicki and Maureen McGilvrey. A motion was made by Morris to approve the request, seconded by Ova. Motion carried. Alonge presented an asset forfeiture request from the drug task force. Twenty percent of the amount seized will be paid to Kara Brinster per the agreement, which is $244.00. A motion to approve the request was made by Ova, seconded by Cichos. Cichos, Morris, Klose, Ova, and Gumke, voted aye. Motion carried. Alonge presented 2021 budget amendments. Morris made a correction on the campground improvements adjustment from $2,200 to $12,500. A motion was made by Morris to approve the 2021 budget amendments, seconded by Cichos. Morris, Klose, Ova, Gumke, Cichos voted aye. Motion carried. At 3:50 p.m., the Commission Meeting recessed for the Park Board meeting. Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Park Board – February 15, 2022 At 3:50 p.m., Chairman Klose called the regular meeting of the Stutsman County Park Board to order. Dennis Ova, Joan Morris, Steven Cichos (via phone), Ramone Gumke (via phone), Mark Klose, and Merri Mooridian (via phone) answered the roll call. Bob Martin was absent. A motion to approve the beer and liquor licenses for NumberTwo LLC (Marina Building) was made by Ova, seconded by Morris. Motion carried. Erik Laber, Jamestown City Forester, requested to implement the Tree Inventory system with the County and City of Jamestown. The County share would be approximately $1,800 which includes part of the cost of the position and the same percentage of the inventory software costs. The county would get an employee for about 4 hours per week, for 2-3 months in the summer to do the inventory. Klose asked for a Memorandum of Understanding with the City to include an optout clause. Karl Bergh, Park Superintendent, requested the approval of the boat wash station MOU and utilities grant. ND Game and Fish will pay for the remaining funds to finish the boat wash station. Water and electrical need to be brought into the buildings, and some painting is needed. A motion was made by Morris to approve the request, seconded by Ova. Klose, Mooridian, Ova, Gumke, Cichos, and Morris voted aye. Motion carried. Ova made motion to approve the mid-month bills, seconded by Mooridian. Mooridian, Ova, Gumke, Cichos, Morris, and Klose voted aye. Motion carried. County Park Fund, DAKOTA VALLEY ELECTRIC $8.00; JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL – PARK $46.25; LINDE GAS & EQUIPMENT $66.32; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $803.10; NORTHWEST TIRE INC $396.00 At 4:06 p.m., Morris made motion to adjourn the park board meeting, seconded by Gumke. Motion carried. At 4:06 p.m., the Commission meeting was called back to order. Cichos made motion to approve the taxable meals and mid-month bills and hold Fort Seward bill back, seconded by Ova. Ova, Gumke, Cichos, Morris, and Klose voted aye. Motion carried. General Revenue Fund, A & B BUSINESS INC $631.10; AMERICAN JAIL ASSOCIATION $100.00; ARTS CENTER,THE $2,122.00; ATTORNEY GENERAL OFFICE-1250 $2,342.00; BALCO UNIFORM CO INC $762.00; BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS $50.40; BUFFALO CITY DIESEL $490.07; CDW GOVERNMENT INC $1,953.42; CENTRAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC $372.22; CENTURYLINK $1,135.77; COLE PAPERS INC $327.50; CONVERGINT TECHNOLOGIES $535.50; CREATIVE ENERGY $353.79; DACOTAH PAPER CO $658.13; DAKOTA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS $405.99; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $641.67; FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY $2,452.89; GALLS, LLC $150.09; HARTY INSURANCE INC $100.00; HOLLAND, ANGELA $527.25; INDEED, INC $167.93; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT $686.70; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC $1,170.37; INSURE FORWARD $50.00; JAMESTOWN CITY WATER $34.40; JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS $500.00; LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES $84.80; MARQUART,ANDREW S $1,647.00; MCLEAN FRAMES $173.19; MDU $744.72; ND SHERIFFS & DEPUTIES ASSOCIATION $650.00; NDCCAA $100.00; ORRIGINALS, INC. $754.00; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $10,340.92; PHARMCHEM INC $1,037.85; PRESORT PLUS $723.80; QUADIENT FINANCE USA, INC. – AUD $1,056.96; QUILL CORPORATION $194.32; RECORD KEEPERS $78.00; RUEDA-DELEON, RYAN $36.00; SC CORRECTIONS $1,390.03; SCHAFFER,DIANNE $60.00; SKRAMSTAD, RONDA $114.00; STATE BAR ASSOCIATION OF ND $186.20; SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE, LLC $7,735.26; TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY $20.00; THOMSON REUTERS $435.38; TWO RIVERS PRINTING $179.00; E 911 Phone System Fund, ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS BISMARCK $855.00; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT $4,993.49; County Roads Fund, ARAMARK $300.09; BUTLER MACHINERY CO $198.99; CITY OF STREEETER $61.75; CLEVELAND CITY WATER & SEWER $100.70; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $172.89; FACTORY MOTOR PARTS $315.00; FARMERS UNION OIL CO-CENEX $2,974.50; FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT DIVISION $14,604.29; FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY $160.38; HIGH PLAINS WATER $36.00; INSURE FORWARD $161.00; JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL $850.43; KRAMLICH MICHAEL $432.90; KRAMLICH, MYRON $133.97; LARRY’S AUTO GLASS $750.00; LAWSON PRODUCTS INC $166.93; LINDE GAS & EQUIPMENT $521.02; MDU $2,176.31; MEDINA CITY AUDITOR – DD $88.75; NAPA AUTO PARTS $350.18; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $423.00; NORTHWEST TIRE INC $1,140.93; OSBORNE, BILL $1,994.92; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $1,522.96; POWER PLAN $1,649.10; QUILL CORPORATION $278.94; SCHERBENSKE INC. $288.00; SIGN SOLUTIONS USA $476.90; STUTSMAN COUNTY GLASS $180.00; TDS METROCOM – RD $0.24; TITAN MACHINERY $33,736.80; TOWE, JEREMY W $219.38; VINING OIL CO $1,994.12; WOODWORTH FARMERS GRAIN CO $2,153.95; Foster Care Trust Fund Total, $748.00; Emergency, INTERSTATE ENGINEERING $11,657.75; Weed Control Fund, AT&T MOBILITY $139.44; BARNICK, DAVE $141.50; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $112.02; I3G MEDIA JMST $350.00; LEES,KIM $117.00; LEES,KIM $24.50; MANSON,RONALD $140.40; MANSON,RONALD $52.50; MARTIN,BOB $117.00; MARTIN,BOB $42.00; ND WEED CONTROL ASSOCIATION $1,175.00; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $98.05; RAMKOTA HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER $1,036.80; STUTSMAN COUNTY AUDITOR $7,000.00; WEGNER, CODY $117.00; WEGNER, CODY $24.50; Historical Society, FRONTIER VILLAGE ASSN $13,102.00; STUTSMAN COUNTY MEMORIAL MUSEUM $13,102.00; Veterans Service Fund, CENTURYLINK $15.99; ND ASSOC OF CO VETERAN SERVICE OFFICERS $125.00; County Agent Fund, DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $283.88; FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY $343.79; HIGH PLAINS WATER $18.00; VISA EXT 3424 $226.30; Human Service Zone Human Service Fund Total, $6,811.81; Commissary Fund, BOB BARKER CO $1,407.16; TURNKEY CORRECTIONS $302.76; Drug Program Fund Total, $489.41; Information Technology Capital Fund, CDW GOVERNMENT INC $409.18; Document Preservation Fund, UNDERGROUND VAULTS & STORAGE $1,287.00; County Hazardous Chemical Account, $250.00; Bond Fund, COMPUTERSHARE CORPORATE TRUST $102,681.26; FEMA, INTERSTATE ENGINEERING $66,060.56; SCHERBENSKE INC. $839,396.29; ST PAUL TOWNSHIP #52 – DD $19,965.15; ST PAUL TOWNSHIP #52 – DD $2,662.02; WOODBURY TOWNSHIP #63 – DD $5,311.91; WOODBURY TOWNSHIP #63 – DD $708.26 Chairman Mark Klose requested an extension to the agreement with the City of Jamestown for library services for one year because either party would have to give a 2-year notice if they wanted to split up and go separate ways. A motion was made by Morris to approve, seconded by Gumke. Motion carried. 4:12 p.m., Ova made a motion to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Cichos. Motion carried. ATTEST: ____________________ Jessica Alonge Auditor/COO ____________________ Mark T. Klose Commission Chairman (April 16, 2022) 52607