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Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Commission May 18, 2021 At 3:30 p.

Official Proceedings of the
Stutsman County Commission
May 18, 2021
At 3:30 p.m., Chairman Klose called the regular meeting of the Stutsman County Commission to order. Dennis Ova, Ramone Gumke, Joan Morris, Steven Cichos, and Mark Klose answered the roll call.
t 3:30 p.m., Chairman Klose called the regular meeting of the Stutsman County Commission to order. Dennis Ova, Ramone Gumke, Joan Morris, Steven Cichos, and Mark Klose answered the roll call.
A public hearing to establish a Library Building Fund was held. The City of Jamestown is holding a public hearing June 7, 2021. Cichos made a motion, seconded by Morris, to allow the Library Board to establish a Library Building Fund. Roll call vote: Ova, Gumke, Morris, Cichos and Klose voted aye. Motion carried.
Cichos made a motion to approve the preliminary 2022 budget for JSDC, seconded by Ova. Roll call vote: Gumke, Morris, Cichos, Klose and Ova voted aye. Motion carried.
The Company X Incentive Package was presented by Connie Ova, JSDC. The County share would be $502,000 and would be paid in phases. Ova made a motion to approve the request, seconded by Gumke. Roll call vote: Morris, Cichos, Klose, Ova and Gumke voted aye. Motion carried.
Corry Shevlin, JSDC, requested an additional $6,000 for funding the 2021 Flex PACE Program. Gumke made a motion to approve the presented request, seconded by Morris. Roll call vote: Cichos, Klose, Ova, Gumke and Morris voted aye. Motion carried.
Robin Iszler, Central Valley Health District, presented the 2020 Annual Report.
Iszler presented the 2022 preliminary budget. An increase of 4 mills for Central Valley Health District is requested.
Rob Hess, Stutsman County Soil Conservation, presented the 2022 budget and requested an increase to 1.0 mill.
Brian Paulson and Richard Klose, Jamestown Rural Fire, presented an update on wildfires.
Jamison Veil, Jamestown City Assessor, requested 2019 and 2020 abatement applications 909 8th Avenue Northeast, Jamestown, ND 58401. Cichos made a motion to approve the request, seconded by Ova. Motion carried.
A monthly report was presented by Mickey Nenow, Highway Superintendent.
The westside of the by-pass by County Road 40 needs repair. This project was to be completed last year. Border States had a bid of $58,483 for a project. A motion was made by Ova to approve the presented bid, seconded by Gumke. Roll call vote: Klose, Ova, Gumke, Morris and Cichos voted aye.
A project west and south of Medina was bid by NDDOT. Nenow recommended accepting Border States bid quote. Gumke made a motion to award the bid of $1,020,438.29 from Boarder States, seconded by Cichos. Roll call vote: Ova, Gumke, Morris, Cichos and Klose voted aye. Motion carried.
Nenow presented quotes for the replacement of the Streeter Shop. Due to increase of lumber, Nenow recommended holding off on this project.
Jessica Alonge, Interim Auditor/COO, requested the removal of the Deputy Treasurer from the bank accounts. Cichos made a motion, seconded by Gumke, to accept the request. Motion carried.
An approval of firework applications for Phantom Pyroshack, LLC and Memory Fireworks, Inc. were requested. A motion to approve this request was made by Ova, seconded by Morris. Motion carried.
At 4:52 p.m., the County Commission meeting recessed for the County Park Board meeting.
Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Park Board – May 18, 2021
At 4:52 p.m., the Park Board meeting was called to order. Dennis Ova, Ramone Gumke, Joan Morris, Steven Cichos, Mark Klose, Robert Martin, and Jason Houge answered the roll call.
Karl Bergh, Park Superintendent, requested to purchase grass seed to have on hand for Pelican Point. Gumke made a motion to approve this request, seconded by Houge. Roll call vote: Gumke – aye, Morris – nay, Cichos – nay, Klose – aye, Martin – nay, Houge – aye, Ova – aye. Motion carried.
There is a gopher infestation near Game and Fish. Bergh will contact the Bureau of Reclamation and inquire if they can obtain and or purchase poison.
Pipestem dock was destroyed two winters ago from the ice. Game and Fish will provide labor and materials to build the dock. Game and Fish is requesting $1,800 ($600/each) from the Army Corps, Dakota Anglers and Stutsman County. They are asking that Stutsman County take over maintenance of this dock. A motion to approve the request was made by Cichos, seconded by Martin. Roll call vote: Morris, Cichos, Klose, Martin, Houge, Ova and Gumke voted aye. Motion carried.
Gumke made a motion to approve a proposed pasture rental, seconded by Ova. Motion carried.
Houge made a motion, seconded by Ova, to approve the presented Jamestown Reservoir dock permits for Klundt and Brown. Motion carried.
Houge made a motion to approve the cabin lease transfer of 62W, seconded by Gumke. Motion carried.
An approval of an Access Easement for Lot 10, Block 2, Cabin Area C was requested. Gumke made a motion, seconded by Ova, to approve the request. Motion carried.
Gumke made a motion to approve the mid-month bills, seconded by Martin. Roll call vote: Morris, Klose, Martin, Houge, Ova, Gumke and Cichos voted aye. Motion carried.
County Park Fund, DAKOTA VALLEY ELECTRIC $8.00; INSURE FORWARD $5,868.84; NAPA AUTO PARTS-PARK $2,255.36; PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC $62.49; STUTSMAN RURAL WATER DISTRICT $225.84; TRAUT WELLS $498.94; VISA AUD 1683 $1,150.39
Ova left the meeting.
Gumke made a motion to go back to one meeting a month for the Park Board, seconded by Houge. Roll
call vote: Cichos - nay, Klose -nay, Martin - Nay, Houge - Aye, Gumke - Aye, Morris - Nay. Motion
failed.
Morris inquired the status of campground hosts.
Martin suggested all docks have lights on the reservoir.
Audi Grosulak has been working with The Jim for a proposed Spartan Mud Run event a week before
Labor Day. An update will be given at the next meeting. This event is sponsored by I Will Fitness &
Training.
At 5:28 p.m., Gumke made a motion, seconded by Martin, to adjourn the Park Board meeting. Motion
carried.
The Commission meeting was called back to order.
Cichos made a motion, seconded by Gumke, to approve the mid- month bills and taxable meals. Roll call
vote: Klose, Gumke, Morris and Cichos voted aye. Motion carried.
General Revenue Fund, A & B BUSINESS INC $534.95; ALONGE,JESSICA $115.36; ANDERSON,APRIL $125.00; ANDRES,DORINDA $19.04; BALCO UNIFORM CO INC $511.16; BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS $100.80; CENTRAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC $286.53; CENTRAL VALLEY HEALTH UNIT – DD $74,094.10; CENTURYLINK $1,487.02; CITY OF JAMESTOWN $746.07; COLE PAPERS INC $286.78; CREATIVE ENERGY $189.14; DACOTAH PAPER CO $397.21; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $651.30; DOWNTOWN DENTAL $222.00; DR DAWN'S PET STOP LLC $2.00; FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY $1,088.46; GALLS, LLC $121.54; HANSON TIRE SERVICE $1,376.00; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT $994.25; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC $65.77; INSURE FORWARD $76,290.88; JAMESTOWN AMBULANCE $17,656.00; JAMESTOWN COMMUNICATIONS INC $82.50; JAMESTOWN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER $2,630.32; JARLAND,CHRISTI $67.76; JOHNSON MD,LARRY E $9,020.58; LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES $466.76; LINZ, JASON $33.60; MATTHEW BENDER & CO INC $220.45; MDU $189.24; NAPA AUTO PARTS-LEC $6.68; NAPA AUTO PARTS-SHERIFF $53.98; ND ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES $70.00; ND COUNTY RECORDERS ASSOCIATION $400.00; ND DEPT OF MOTOR VEHICLE $11.50; NEXUS PLANNING & CONSULTING LLC $9,900.00; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $107.00; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $8,356.57; PHARMCHEM INC $2,067.50; QUADIENT FINANCE USA, INC. – AUD $1,000.00; QUILL CORPORATION $238.54; RADISSON INN BISMARCK $172.80; RECORD KEEPERS $74.00; SC CORRECTIONS $1,348.75; SCHAFFER,DIANNE $60.00; SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE, LLC $7,390.86; TDS METROCOM $360.84; TDS METROCOM – SS $124.32; THE FORUM $207.88; TWO RIVERS PRINTING $287.00; US POSTAL SERVICE $350.00; VISA AUD 1683 $3,738.95; WARNER, CHAD $82.88; WARNER, CHAD $112.56; WEST CENTRAL REGIONAL JUVENILE CENTER $3,900.00; E 911 Phone System Fund, CITY OF JAMESTOWN $746.07; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $230.57; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS $277.00; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT $1,785.00; INSURE FORWARD $4,367.82; County Roads Fund, 3D SPECIALTIES INC $172.16; ARAMARK $447.80; BORDER STATES PAVING INC $3,175.81; BUTLER MACHINERY CO $8.44; CITY OF STREEETER $61.75; CLEVELAND CITY WATER & SEWER $100.70; CREATIVE ENERGY $4,762.13; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $172.89; DAKOTA RENTAL CENTER LLC $139.10; DAN POLAND MACHINE INC $295.00; HIGH PLAINS WATER $38.50; INSURE FORWARD $50,016.50; INTERSTATE ENGINEERING $2,148.50; KRAMLICH, MYRON $159.60; MDU $425.49; MENARDS – JAMESTOWN $1,053.69; NAPA AUTO PARTS $687.80; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $163.00; NORTHWEST TIRE INC $1,474.53; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $590.79; PARADOX ONE,LLC $2,900.00; PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION INC $263.81; PRODUCTIVITY PLUS ACCOUNT $562.43; SANFORD HEALTH OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE $672.00; SWANSTON EQUIPMENT CO $720.52; TDS METROCOM $3.33; TOWE, JEREMY W $204.96; VINING OIL CO $1,356.16; WEST END HIDE & FUR $199.95; ZABKA, KEVIN $29.12; Child Support Fund, $784.00; Weed Control Fund, AG SPRAY EQUIPMENT $268.08; CAPITAL ONE TRADE CREDIT $248.76; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $112.86; F/S MANUFACTURING $611.73; FEI INC $6.20; HOME OF ECONOMY $262.18; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC $173.41; INSURE FORWARD $6,098.35; MANSON,RONALD $150.00; NAPA AUTO PARTS-WEED $94.46; NORTHWEST TIRE INC $1,293.98; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $32.84; RM STOUDT INC $525.10; STUTSMAN CO ROAD DEPT $84.73; Historical Society, FORT SEWARD RECONSTRUCTION $310.00; FRONTIER VILLAGE ASSN $625.00; STUTSMAN COUNTY MEMORIAL MUSEUM $625.00; Veterans Service Fund, CENTURYLINK $16.20; CLUBHOUSE HOTEL & SUITES $345.60; County Agent Fund, DACOTAH PAPER CO $177.06; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $270.18; HARMS, JESSICA $75.00; HARSTAD,ALICIA $30.48; INSURE FORWARD $812.00; ODENBACH, DON $30.00; PODOLL, LAURIE $28.00; RECYCLING CENTER OF NORTH DAKOTA, LLC $12.50; Human Service Zone Human Service Fund Total, $7,432.46; Commissary Fund, SANDERSON, JAMES $100.00; Drug Program Fund Total, $2,981.13; Job Incentive Fund, JAMESTOWN STUTSMAN DEVELOPMENT CORP $143,515.78; FEMA, MELAND,NICOLE $1,631.25; MELAND,NICOLE $356.25
At 5:29 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
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