8/9/2006 – Public Notices


NOTICE TO CREDITORS

IN DISTRICT COURT, BENSON COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA.

In the Matter of the Estate of Ivan H. Sears, Deceased.

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 of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Beaulah Sears, personal representative of the estate, at 4250 56th Ave. NE, Maddock, ND 58348, or filed with the court.

Dated this 18th day of July, 2006.

-s-Beaulah Sears

Beaulah Sears

Personal Representative

James P. Wang

Main Street East

PO Box 211

Minnewaukan, ND 58351

Attorney for Estate

First publication on the 2nd day of August, 2006.

(Publish Aug. 2, 9 & 16, 2006)


REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

SUPPORTIVE SERVICES CONTRACTOR

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) is seeking the services of a qualified supportive services contractor to provide technical assistance to Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs).

To receive a copy of the Request for Proposal, contact:

Ms. Becky Hanson, Procurement Officer

Civil Rights Division, Room 413

NDDOT

608 East Boulevard Avenue

Bismarck, ND 58505-0700

Telephone: 701-328-3116

Fax: 701-328-1965

E-mail: [email protected]

The Request for Proposal is also available on our Web page at:

www.dot.nd.gov/civilrightsoffice.html.

Proposals will be accepted until 10 a.m. (Central time) on Tuesday, September 5, 2006, at the above address.


REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

SUPPORTIVE SERVICES CONTRACTOR

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) is seeking the services of a qualified supportive services contractor to provide technical assistance to assist the Civil Rights Division with tracking trainees, counseling trainees, and compiling statistical data for the On-The-Job Training (OJT) Program.

To receive a copy of the Request for Proposal, contact:

Ms. Becky Hanson, Procurement Officer

Civil Rights Division, Room 413

NDDOT

608 East Boulevard Avenue

Bismarck, ND 58505-0700

Telephone: 701-328-3116

Fax: 701-328-1965

E-mail: [email protected]

The Request for Proposal is also available on our Web page at:

www.dot.nd.gov/civilrightsoffice.html.

Proposals will be accepted until 10 a.m. (Central time) on Tuesday, September 5, 2006, at the above address.


MINUTES OF ANNUAL MEETING

MADDOCK SCHOOL BOARD

July 18, 2006

The annual meeting of the Maddock School Board was held July 18, 2006 at 5:30 p.m. Present were President David Swanson, Becky Brandvold, Chris Lauinger, Linda Ellingson, David Kenner, Superintendent Brian Bubach, Principals Penny Leier and Kim Anderson, and Business Manager Brenda Fossen.

A motion was made by Lauinger, seconded by Kenner, to approve the agenda. The motion carried.

A motion was made by Kenner, seconded by Brandvold, to approve the minutes of June 14, the General Fund bills totaling $40,411.14, the Building Fund bills totaling $40,388.84, food service and activities reports. The motion carried.

GENERAL FUND

Academic Book Service $561.00

Ag Resources 19.30

Barnes & Noble 373.19

Calculators, Inc. 706.56

Cole Papers 318.10

Devils Lake C&F Tire Center 544.54

Devils Lake Glass & Paint 219.10

Discovery Education 1,596.00

Elgin School Supply Co. 18.00

Flinn Scientific 251.94

Gaffaneys of Minot 959.90

Gopher 122.59

Hewlett Packard Co. 7,175.00

Maddock School Alumni

Assn. 1,000.00

McGraw-Hill School

Publishing 100.79

Mills End Textiles 169.75

New Rockford Chevrolet &

Olds 858.10

Northeast Education

Services 280.00

Northeast Education

Services 10,044.00

Pearson Education 541.63

Realityworks 1,056.30

Sagebrush Corporation 695.00

SATCO 564.13

Share Corporation 2,164.15

Thomson Learning 2,211.14

Acme Electric 259.00

Ag Resources 313.67

Benson Co. Farmers Press 157.38

Bison Auto & Farm Repair 64.00

Cannon Sports 80.32

CCV Software 714.95

City of Maddock 1,592.55

Dakota Truck & Farm

Service 899.58

Department of Public

Instruction 30.00

Farmers Union Oil Co. 915.55

Golden West Industrial

Supply 587.60

Gopher 117.07

Gus’s Auto Supply 3.99

Harlow’s Bus Sales 270.73

Hewlett Packard Co. 2,946.00

Kmart 15.59

Maddock Cable TV 240.00

Maddock Golf Club 50.00

Media Pro 403.00

National Science Teacher

Assn. 123.00

Nelson International 186.37

Networking Specialists, Inc. 526.43

Paxton-Patterson 8.37

Popplers Music 313.80

Joleen Risovi 207.62

S & S Worldwide 60.84

Twete, Inc. 441.36

Gary Wald 400.00

Wholesale Supply Co. 80.79

Lindsay Wolfe 5.00

L&M Contractors 2,650.00

RBB Electric, Inc. 8,740.00

Rieger Service 1,015.51

Capital City Boiler 23,900.00

Blows Sew-N-Vac 137.75

Career & Technical 35.00

City of Maddock 1,043.00

Expressway Suites 111.90

Genevalogic 175.00

Health Dimensions

Rehabilitation 252.00

The Home Shop 763.20

ND Assn. of School

Business Managers 35.00

ND Council of Educational

Leaders 485.00

ND School Boards Assn. 1,823.16

ND State Fire & Tornado

Fund 5,744.76

North Dakota Telephone Co. 387.35

Schoolmasters 871.44

Sport Supply Group 71.32

Surety Title Co. 4,922.00

Thrifty White Drug 4.84

Verizon Wireless 55.32

Oath of office forms were received from re-elected members Becky Brandvold and Linda Ellingson. David Swanson was nominated for president, Becky Brandvold was nominated for vice-president, and both were re-elected by unanimous votes.

A motion was made by Ellingson, seconded by Lauinger, to designate the Ramsey National Bank & Trust and North Star Community Credit Union as official depositories. On roll call vote, all were in favor.

A motion was made by Lauinger, seconded by Ellingson, to designate the Benson County Farmers Press as official newspaper. On roll call vote, all were in favor.

The 2005-06 General Fund budget was reviewed. The Annual Financial Report was presented and discussed. A motion was made by Lauinger, seconded by Brandvold, to approve the Annual Financial Report. On roll call vote, all were in favor.

A motion was made by Kenner, seconded by Brandvold, to approve the

2006-07 General Fund revenue projection of $1,726,331.67 and expenditure budget of $1,719,990.52. On roll call vote, all were in favor.

A motion was made by Lauinger, seconded by Ellingson to make the following appointments: Mr. Bubach, food services; Mrs. Anderson, Title 9; Mrs. Leier, 504. On roll call vote, all were in favor.

Mr. Bubach listed coaching positions that were unfilled and stated that he is advertising these openings.

A motion was made by Kenner, seconded by Brandvold, to change the substitute teacher salary to $90 per day with no mileage. On roll call vote, all were in favor.

The final compiled District Policy Book was given to each board member. A copy will be kept in the office for public review.

The revised Student-Parent Handbook and Teacher Handbooks were reviewed. Handbook policies revised included milk breaks, tardy policies, animals in school, elementary detention, mid-term reports, lunch notices and school hours. A motion was made by Ellingson, seconded by Kenner, to approve the first reading of these handbooks.

On roll call vote, all were in favor.

The principals also reported starting dates for fall sports and registration will be August 15.

Mr. Bubach explained the summer building projects. A motion was made by Lauinger, seconded by Ellingson, to approve the following Building Fund expenses: $2,439.00 to Capital City Boiler for boiler valve; $6,675.00 to Northland Coal for boiler repairs; and $1,700 to Ag Resources for a 10′ box scraper for parking lot maintenance. On roll call vote, four were in favor with David Swanson abstaining due to conflict of interest.

Mr. Bubach will offer old school equipment and miscellaneous items for sale on August 15.

The next regular meeting will be held August 10 at 5:30 p.m.

The meeting adjourned.

Brenda Fossen

Business Manager

(These minutes are submitted for publication prior to board approval.)


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

FORT TOTTEN SCHOOL BOARD

June 6, 2006

A regular meeting of the Fort Totten School Board was held Tuesday, June 6, 2006 at 4:30 p.m. in the conference room of the administration building.

Present were Erich Longie, Derrick Dauphinais and Doug Yankton.

Lorraine McKay and Michael Alex were absent. Others present were Stephanie Anderson, Wayne Trottier Jr., John Laducer and Liz Nelson.

Board president Dr. Longie called the meeting to order at 4:51 p.m.

Mr. Yankton moved to approve the agenda with the addition of Request from Boys’ and Girls’ Club under new business as F. Mr. Dauphinais seconded. With three in favor and two absent, the motion carried.

Mr. Dauphinais moved to approve the Consent Agenda as is. Mr. Yankton seconded. With three in favor and two absent, the motion carried.

Discussion was held on the mid-management scale. The board would like to have an employment agreement for the non-certified staff. Mr.

Dauphinais will get a copy of his employment agreements to Dr.

Trottier to use as examples.

Mr. Yankton moved to approve the May 16 and 22, 2006 minutes. Mr.

Dauphinais seconded. With three in favor and two absent, the motion carried.

MONTHLY EXPENDITURES

FOR JUNE 2006

AAA Foundation for Traffic

Safety $68.28

Achievement Technologies 7,435.00

ADA Badminton & Tennis 277.65

Alltel 106.40

Alltel 117.19

Anderson, Christina 390.00

Anderson, Stephanie 117.72

Attainment Co, Inc 1,562.40

Balfour 779.05

Balfour 48.10

Barnes & Noble 1,630.52

Barnes & Noble 6,596.95

Barnes & Noble 6,837.11

Beach Public School District 3,292.96

Belgarde, Erin 20.00

Belgarde, Jamie 158.75

Benson Co Farmers Press 276.94

Bio-Corporation 501.74

BMI Educational Services 1,063.65

Books To Go 1,071.43

Boy Scout Troop 006 416.00

Bridges Transition Co 300.00

Brownshield, Sylvia 130.00

BW Doublewood Inn-

Bismarck 100.00

Cash & Carry Lumber 51.63

Cash & Carry Lumber 547.52

Central Distributing 24.96

Channing L Bete 380.92

Cherokee 137.50

Child & Adolescent Services 3,035.07

Corbine, Paula 130.00

Corbine, Philomene 130.00

Dablow, Merita 131.00

Days Inn-Grand Forks 91.50

Decorated Wearables 596.45

Dell Marketing 1,749.80

Demco, Inc 142.21

Denoyer-Geppert 20.30

Duval, Warren 5.82

Ecolab Pest Elim 210.00

Edutech 187.50

Enable Mart Sales Office 317.90

ETA/Cuisenaire 1,265.00

ETA/Cuisenaire 1,670.68

ETR Associates 386.87

Expressway Suites 111.90

Eye on Education 288.50

Food Service of America 121.06

Fort Totten Public School 2,140.80

Fort Totten Public School 1,646.92

Gallagher, Lorelei 162.75

Gardening with Kids 171.02

Gerrells of DL 21.00

GF Public School District 30,471.10

Glencoe/McGraw-Hill 1,296.32

Grand Forks Herald 35.00

Greene, Jan 152.10

GST Multidistrict 3,152.73

Guy, Elaine 473.00

Halvorson Repair 73.96

Harrington, Denise 390.00

Harrington, Denise 605.28

HE Everson 70.88

Instructional Images 177.43

Ken-A-Vision 1,621.50

Klemetsrud Plumbing 3,180.00

Kmart 500.19

Krantz’s Greenhouse 815.90

KZZY & Q97 100.00

Lab-Aids Incorporated 91.43

Laducer, John 108.40

Lake Chevrolet 111.00

Lego Education 534.60

Luis Cafe 45.00

Luis Cafe 50.00

Luis Cafe 43.00

Luis Cafe 26.00

Marcy Mathworks 240.68

McGraw-Hill Companies 400.72

McREL 17,000.00

MDU 145.96

Mission Bay 125.00

NAPA Auto Parts 29.39

NASSP/NHS/NJHS 66.00

National Geographic Society 820.69

Native Reflections 1,052.98

NCFL 1,600.00

ND Education Association 2,123.85

ND Telephone Co 536.62

Nelson, Liz 10.48

Nelson, Liz 25.00

Ness, Hayley 131.00

New Trends 301.48

New Trends 11.95

Northern Lights Council 213.50

Northern Plains Electric 51.00

Office & Technology 4,453.00

Office Innovations 114.00

Office Innovations 442.52

Office Innovations 300.00

Ohio Distinctive Software 14.00

Olson, Jeff 703.32

Omoth, Sarah 181.05

Parent Institute 300.00

Party America 108.38

Paula’s Plants 200.00

Paul’s Fort Totten Grocery 150.51

Pearce & Durick 312.90

Peltier, Florestine 130.00

Pitney Bowes 420.00

Pitsco 1,297.44

Pizza Hut 65.90

Positive Promotions 866.47

Prairie Learning Center 2,575.98

Prestwick House, Inc 201.54

Pro-Ed 48.40

Purchase Power 500.00

Ramkota Motel-Bismarck 1,050.00

Resources for Educators 198.00

Safe-T Classroom Projects 118.30

Scheel’s 1,875.00

Scholastic, Inc 981.00

Schoolcenter 1,800.00

Sci-Ed Warehouse 343.43

Sears 484.98

Southern Regional

Educational 5,040.00

Southern School District #8 4,411.87

Spirit Lake Marina 1,236.79

Spirit Lake Resort 995.71

Steinmann, Merle 84.60

Subway 70.11

Super Duper Publications 284.70

Taste of Home Books 23.98

Teacher Created Resources 195.15

The School Company 359.65

Thompson, Jackie 500.00

Thomson Learning 69.67

TJ’s Pizza 62.96

Townsend Press 55.04

Tracy’s Market 93.27

Varsity Bags 180.00

Wally’s 200.00

Wal-Mart 1,601.26

Wal-Mart 1,037.86

Warwick Public School 4,550.20

Workforce Safety &

Insurance 132.60

Xerox Corp 715.54

Xerox Corp 1,102.60

SUBTOTAL 161,425.22

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Smith, Rick $341.25

Lohnes, Rena 200.00

I-Design 330.00

Smith, Rick 404.70

Smith, Rick 500.00

SUBTOTAL 1,775.95

TOTAL 163,201.17

The board suggested adding the number of applicants. Mr. Yankton moved to approve the personnel report as is. Mr. Dauphinais seconded.

With three in favor and two absent, the motion carried.

Dr. Trottier updated the board on the school facilities and FTEA.

A letter was presented to the board regarding the Boys’ & Girls’ Club working cooperatively with the 21st Century Program. The board would like Dr. Trottier to further research this topic.

Mr. Dauphinais moved to adjourn. Mr. Yankton seconded. With three in favor and two absent, the motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 7:25 p.m.

Stephanie Anderson

Clerk

Erich Longie

Board President


MINUTES OF SPECIAL MEETING

FORT TOTTEN SCHOOL BOARD

June 23, 2006

A special meeting of the Fort Totten School Board was held Friday, June 23, 2006 at 10 a.m. in the conference room of the administration building.

Present were Erich Longie, Derrick Dauphinais and Michael Alex via speakerphone. Lorraine McKay and Doug Yankton were absent. Others present were Stephanie Anderson, Wayne Trottier Jr. and John Laducer.

Board president Dr. Longie called the meeting to order at 11:10 p.m.

Mr. Dauphinais moved to canvass the election ballots for the June 20,

2006 election. Mr. Alex seconded. With three in favor and two absent, the motion carried.

Mr. Alex moved to table the conference call with David Massey. Mr.

Dauphinais seconded. With three in favor and two absent, the motion carried.

Discussion was held regarding the legality of a donation request for Wambli Dubois. Mr. Alex moved to table pending further research. Mr.

Dauphinais seconded. With three in favor and two absent, the motion carried.

Mr. Alex moved to adjourn. Mr. Dauphinais seconded. With three in favor and two absent, the motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 11:16 a.m.

Stephanie Anderson

Clerk

Erich Longie

Board President


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

WARWICK CITY COUNCIL

July 10, 2006

A regular meeting of the Warwick City Council was held July 10, 2006.

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Darrell Forest. Members present were George Evans, Shirley Tiokasin and Leslie Elfman.

Minutes of the previous meeting were read. Evans made a motion to approve the minutes. Tiokasin seconded. The motion carried.

Bills were presented.

UTILITY FUND

Mark Elfman $239.89

Waste Management 749.13

Otter Tail Power Co. 92.21

ND Dept. of Health 12.00

ND Public Health Lab 12.10

Hawkins Water Treatment 358.02

GENERAL FUND

Otter Tail Power Co. $146.00

Sandra Barber 190.00

Benson Co. Farmers Press 33.00

Warwick Oil Co. 80.65

Allyssa 90.00

Devils Lake Journal 64.50

The Transcript 29.30

Benson Co. Highway Dept. 150.00

TSC 1,647.35

Menards 450.00

Warwick Post Office 26.00

Elfman made a motion to pay the bills. Evans seconded. The motion carried.

Discussion was held on the centennial and final preparations were set in motion.

Residents of the city expressed concern over school buses and others speeding through town.

Thanks to those who have put in so much time cleaning up and preparing the city for the celebration and apologies to those who have not been acknowledged before.

Next meeting will be August 1, 2006.

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned.

Sandra Barber

City Auditor


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

WARWICK CITY COUNCIL

August 1, 2006

A regular meeting of the Warwick City Council was held August 1, 2006. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Darrell Forest.

Members present were George Evans and Shirley Tiokasin.

Minutes of the previous meeting were read. Evans made a motion to approve the minutes. Tiokasin seconded. The motion carried.

Bills were presented:

UTILITY FUND

Mark Elfman $239.89

Waste Management 779.13

Otter Tail Power Co. 91.76

ND Dept. of Health 12.00

Internal Revenue Service 114.75

Hawkins Water Treatment 436.54

GENERAL FUND

Otter Tail Power Co. $146.00

Sandra Barber 190.00

Benson Co. Farmers Press 57.95

Internal Revenue Service 237.36

Engen Insurance 615.00

Tiokasin made a motion to pay the bills. Evans seconded. The motion carried.

The next meeting will be the 2007 budget meeting on September 11, 2006.

The meeting adjourned.

Sandra Barber

City Auditor


OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS

OF THE BOARD OF

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

BENSON COUNTY

NORTH DAKOTA

July 18, 2006

The Benson County Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, July 18, 2006 at 8 a.m. Commissioners present were Barry Cox, Curtis Hvinden, Ed Ripplinger, Jason Lee and Dwain Brown. Chairman Ripplinger called the meeting to order.

The board reviewed a letter dated July 5, 2006 sent to Arland Halvorson from the Benson County Water Resource Board.

A motion was made by Brown, seconded by Hvinden, to approve the minutes of the regular meeting held on July 5, 2006. All members voted yes. The motion carried unanimously.

A letter dated July 8, 2006 from Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson was presented to the board. The letter requested the board sign a Memorandum of Understanding allowing the Spirit Lake Nation to perform an Indian Reservation Roads Inventory Update on Second Commissioner District roads. The board tabled the letter until later into the meeting.

Carl Duchscher met with the board and discussed the progress of the irrigation systems using water from Devils Lake.

Ken Hoffert met with the board to state he is interested in serving on the Benson County Water Resource District Board. The board was informed by the county auditor that Jerry Johnson of Esmond, ND was also interested in serving on the water board.

Shelley Aabrekke, public health nurse, met with the board to present her narrative report for June 2006.

A motion was made by Lee, seconded by Cox, to accept the following Pledge of Depositories and Pledge of Securities:

PLEDGE OF DEPOSITORIES

As of June 30, 2006, all monies of Benson County are deposited in the following banking institutions:

Bremer Bank – Minnewaukan;

United Community Bank of North Dakota – Leeds; and North Star Community Credit Union – Maddock.

PLEDGE OF SECURITIES

BREMER BANK

MINNEWAUKAN

Total Certificates of

Deposit $42,478.04

Total Money Market $625,429.30

Total FEMA

Non-Interest $32,078.57

Total Checking Account

06/30/06 $120,123.44

Total Payroll Account

06/30/06 $3,021.29

Total $823,130.64

Pledge of Securities –

par value $10,708,267.95

UNITED COMMUNITY BANK

OF NORTH DAKOTA

LEEDS

Total Certificates of

Deposit $682,695.78

Pledge of Securities $12,912,347.16

NORTH STAR COMMUNITY

CREDIT UNION

MADDOCK

Total Certificates of

Deposit $100,000.00

Insured by NCUA $100,000.00

The board reviewed the minutes from the SAAF program dated July 6, 2006. A motion was made by Cox, seconded by Brown, to contribute $500 to the SAAF program. All members voted yes. The motion carried unanimously.

The minutes from the June 14 and 22, 2006 meetings of the Devils Lake Basin Joint Water Resource District Board were presented to the board.

The board reviewed a letter sent to Lee Dirkzwager from the ND Dept.

of Health dated July 3, 2006, regarding an air pollution control permit to construct.

The board also reviewed a billing from the ND DOT on Project

CER-0353(055) dated June 27, 2006. The board concluded it would submit a statement for one-half of the billing to Ramsey County.

Ralph Olson met with the board and discussed the issue of allowing the Spirit Lake Nation to inventory township roads.

At 10 a.m., the sale was held for Lot 21, Blk 11, Fillmore, Benson County, ND. Present for the sale were James P. Wang, Benson County state’s attorney; Lowell Baustad of Rugby, ND; and Ken Tweten of Columbus, MT. Tony Harris of Brich Run, MI was present for the sale telephonically. $610.00 was the highest bid received. A motion was made by Cox, seconded by Brown, to sell the property to Ken Tweten for the sum of $610.00. All members voted yes. The motion carried unanimously.

Ralph Olson and Erling Karlsbraaten, Benson County Zoning Board members, met with the board along with Randy Silliman, mayor of York city; Lee Dirkzwager; Carrie Vallier, York City Council member; and Doug Vallier to discuss the proposed zoning of a one-half mile area around the York city limits. State’s Attorney Wang explained the county zoning ordinance and the board reviewed a map showing the various zones defined in the York zoning ordinance. Dirkzwager stated his opposition to the school area being zoned residential. Olson questioned Dirkzwager on the amount of odor his bio-diesel plant will create. Dirkzwager explained the odor would be very minor. Silliman was questioned as to whether or not the operations and businesses currently in existence would be "grandfathered in" if York city was allowed to adopt all or a portion of the Benson County Zoning Ordinance. Silliman assured the board the operations and businesses would be "grandfathered in". Olson suggested the zoning board meet with the York Township board to get input on this issue and, if the York Township board agrees with the proposed ordinance, the zoning board would agree for York city to utilize its zoning ordinance.

Silliman explained that York city does not desire to adopt any animal feed operation ordinance at this time.

Gene Hager, road superintendent, met with the board. The board revisited the issue of allowing the Spirit Lake Nation to inventory township roads. State’s Attorney Wang will send a letter to the BIA to make sure Benson County and the Second Commissioner District will not lose any funding if the board signs the proposed Memorandum of Understanding.

Hager discussed haul road issues with the board. A letter received from the ND DOT dated July 13, 2006, on the abandonment of the old US 281, was reviewed by the board. Brown commented the roadway from Minnewaukan south to the boat ramp should be resurfaced, sealed and chipped prior to the county accepting it. Hager stated he will call the ND DOT and request a copy of the US 281 environmental document mentioned in the letter from the ND DOT. State’s Attorney Wang will write a response letter to the ND DOT stating Benson County will accept the following portions of the old US 281:

1. From the Clifford Johnson road south to the new US 281; 2. From Minnewaukan south to the boat ramp; and 3. From the Brinsmade county road north to US Hwy. #2, provided that the coulee bridge between the Brinsmade road and US Hwy

#2 be upgraded to a 1455′ elevation and the roadway from Minnewaukan south to the boat ramp be resurfaced, sealed and chipped. The board concluded the city of Minnewaukan should be responsible for accepting the portion of old US 281 running through the city.

The motion to adjourn carried unanimously.

Bonnie Erickson

County Auditor

Ed Ripplinger

Chairman


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