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Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Commission - September 21, 2021 At 3:30 p.

Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Commission -
September 21, 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.
Corry Shevlin, JSDC, requested to match $131,500 state funds For CTE expansion. JSDC already has $100,000 obligated for the career builders' program that no longer needed and want to de-obligate the money to CTE expansion. City would fund $105,200 and County would fund $26,300.00. Gumke made a motion to approve the request, seconded by Ova. Roll call vote: Morris, Cichos, Klose, Ova and Gumke voted aye. Motion carried.
Shevlin requested approval for residential infrastructure study to look at 5 housing subdivisions and the cost of utilities to bring to these subdivisions for the City of Jamestown. This will be covered 100% by the city. Gumke made a motion to approve the request, seconded by Cichos. Roll call vote: Gumke, Morris, Cichos, Klose, Ova voted aye. Motion carried.
Shevlin, requested SEPA professional fees (legal fees, environmental fees) totaling $160,000.00, $144,000 from City of Jamestown and $16,000 from the County. Additional funding will come from GRE and JSDC. Cichos made motion to approve the request. Seconded by Gumke. Roll call vote: Morris, Cichos, Klose, Ova, and Gumke.
Cale Thomas presented concerns about roads between Plainview and Pingree townships. Work was done by county on September 20th but did not fix the problem. Mickey Nenow, Highway Superintendent, indicated graveling since 2016. Thomas has been to the township and has been told they do not have the funds to fix the road. Nenow indicated this road is on the list for graveling.
A Drug Task Force asset forfeiture request was presented in the amount of $16,560.20. Morris made motion to approve the request. Seconded by Cichos. Motion carried.
Ben Aaseth, Interstate Engineering, presented the bids for the Stink Lake project. Nine bids were received. Scherbenske, Inc had the lowest bid of 1.4 million. The largest bid was 2.5 million. The project was estimated at 1.9 million. Gumke made motion to award the bid to Sherbenske, Inc, seconded by Ova. Roll call vote: Cichos, Klose, Ova, Gumke, and Morris voted aye. Motion carried.
Jessica Moser, Treasurer/Recorder, presented letter of promotion for the Deputy Recorder. Cichos made motion to approve the request, seconded by Morris. Motion carried.
Josh Smaage, IT Director, presented a proposal for an audio/video remodel for Commission room. This would improve the live stream of commission meetings. He received quotes ranging from $35,000-$97,000 and requests funds from The American Rescue Plan Fund. This matter was tabled until the next meeting so further information could be gathered regarding the American Rescue Plan funds.
At 4:04 p.m., the County Commission meeting recessed for the County Park Board meeting.
Official Proceedings of the Stutsman County Park Board - September 21st, 2021
At 4:05 p.m., the Park Board meeting was called to order. Dennis Ova, Ramone Gumke, Joan Morris, Steven Cichos, Mark Klose, and Robert Martin answered the roll call. Jason Houge was absent.
Ova made a motion to approve the mid-month bills, seconded by Martin. Roll call vote: Klose, Martin,
Ova, Gumke, Morris, and Cichos voted aye. Motion Carried.
County Park Fund, DAKOTA VALLEY ELECTRIC $8.00; GAHNER SANITATION SERVICE $1,050.00; JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL - PARK $13.04; ND DEPT OF MOTOR VEHICLE $11.50; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC $1,075.00; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $64.10
County camping weekend will be held October 8th and 9th.
Discussion was held regarding the mowing on west side of the reservoir.
At 4:08 p.m., Morris made a motion to adjourn the Park Board meeting, seconded by Cichos. Motion
carried.
At 4:08 p.m., the Commission meeting was called back to order.
Cichos made motion to approve the mid-month bills and taxable meals, seconded by Gumke. Roll call
vote: Ova, Gumke, Morris, Cichos, Klose voted aye. Motion carried.
General Revenue Fund, 4 Bs LLP $7.33; CABLE SERVICES $47.31; CDW GOVERNMENT INC $34.60; CENTRAL BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC $1,522.65; CENTURYLINK $1,480.22; COLE PAPERS INC $794.37; COOK, YANCEY, KING & GALLOWAY $7.00; CREATIVE ENERGY $354.32; DACOTAH PAPER CO $17,117.06; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $641.67; EDDY FUNERAL HOME $452.50; FM TITLE $45.00; FORUM COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY $402.36; GALLS, LLC $58.90; GENTER, COREY $470.40; GOTER, DARIN $120.50; GRAYBAR $789.83;GUTHMILLER, JOCELYN $257.44; HOLLAND, ANGELA $29.25; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT $3,042.68; INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS, LLC $325.00; INSURE FORWARD $50.00; JAMESTOWN COMMUNICATIONS INC $158.00; JAMESTOWN PLUMBING & HEATING $2,720.05; LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES $75.00; MARQUART,ANDREW S $855.00; MARTEL, RUTH $653.44; MDU $70.73; MIDWEST MILLWRIGHT SERVICES INC $36.55; MORRIS, DANIELLE $93.18; NETCENTER TECHNOLOGIES $1,295.00; NORTH DAKOTA SECRETARY OF STATE $36.00; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $67.00; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $10,830.17; PHARMCHEM INC $1,113.45; QUADIENT FINANCE USA, INC. - AUD $1,000.00; QUADIENT, INC. $133.50; QUILL CORPORATION $576.33; RECORD KEEPERS $32.00; RM STOUDT INC $52.45; SANFORD HEALTH (NORTH) $1,000.00; SC CORRECTIONS $1,377.25; SCHUBERT'S CARPET ONE $73.98; SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE, LLC $18,869.91; TDS METROCOM $224.04; TDS METROCOM - SS $117.59; THOMSON REUTERS $414.65; TWO RIVERS PRINTING $98.30; WENTZ, VICTORIA $787.50; WILHELM CHEVROLET BUICK GMC $232.58; E 911 Phone System Fund, CAPITAL ONE-EMS 646058 $356.34; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $230.60; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS $277.00; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT $970.00; County Roads Fund, ARAMARK $201.07; BUFFALO CITY DIESEL $569.00; BUTLER MACHINERY CO $238.66; CITY OF STREEETER $61.75; CLEVELAND CITY WATER & SEWER $100.70; CREATIVE ENERGY $238.82; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $172.89; FARMERS UNION OIL CO-CENEX $2,732.18; FASTENAL CO $327.96; HIGH PLAINS WATER $27.50; INTERSTATE ENGINEERING $66,231.49; KRAMLICH MICHAEL $141.68; KRAMLICH, MYRON $180.32; LAWSON PRODUCTS INC $183.17; LINDBERG BROS. $17,263.13; MDU $110.49; MENARDS - JAMESTOWN $181.94; NAPA AUTO PARTS $220.60; NICKY'S SPARE TIME $70.00; NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $62.00; NORTHWEST TIRE INC. $1,372.77; OTTER TAIL POWER CO $1,300.64; POWER PLAN $266.72; PRODUCTIVITY PLUS ACCOUNT $1,342.35; QUALITY REPAIR INC $303.24; SAFETY KLEEN CORP $275.40; SCHERBENSKE INC. $1,012.50; SIGN SOLUTIONS USA $143.86; SWANSTON EQUIPMENT CO $643.57; TITAN MACHINERY $109.25; TRUE NORTH STEEL $6,338.20; WEST END HIDE & FUR $16.34; WOODWORTH FARMERS GRAIN CO $2,107.25; Unorganized Township Roads Fund, STUTSMAN CO ROAD DEPT $2,835.00; Weed Control Fund, D & B PORTABLES $150.50; DAKOTA CENTRAL TELECOMM $56.01; HOME OF ECONOMY $25.74; NUTRIEN AG SOLUTIONS, INC $16,050.00; Veterans Service Fund, CENTURYLINK $16.11; TDS METROCOM $1.10; County Agent Fund, ECOLAB PEST ELIMINATION DIV $118.97; HARSTAD,ALICIA $70.15; HARSTAD,ALICIA $54.05; HARSTAD, ALICIA $111.55; RECYCLING CENTER OF NORTH DAKOTA, LLC $12.50; Human Service Fund Total $6,206.72; Drug Program Fund Total $216.12; Drug Task Force Asset Forfeiture Fund, BRINSTER LAW PC $2,081.20; FEMA, COURTENAY TOWNSHIP #11 - DD $839.97; INTERSTATE ENGINEERING $334.64; ROSE TOWNSHIP #46 - DD $97,528.93
At 4:12 p.m., Gumke made a motion to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Ova. Motion carried.
ATTEST:
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Jessica Alonge
Interim Auditor/COO
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Mark T. Klose
Commission Chairman
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