10/31/2007 – Public Notices


 

MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING LEEDS SCHOOL BOARD September 26, 2007 A regular meeting of the Leeds Board of Education was held September 26, 2007. Present were Young, Silliman, Swanson, Larson, Supt.Braaten, Principals Manley and Braaten and the Business Manager.

Melody Bracken was absent. Also present were Dave Ambers, Minnewaukan School Board; Brian Bubach, Maddock School Superintendent and Becky Brandvold, Maddock School Board.

The minutes of the regular meeting August 15, 2007 were approved as written.

It was moved, seconded and carried to approve the financial reports for August 2007 and bills through September 26, 2007 for payment.

GENERAL FUND

Altru Clinic $65.00

Anne Carlsen Center 722.40

B & H Oil Co 872.78

Benson Co. Farmers Press 361.82

Benson Co. Schoolmasters 200.00

Benson, Kathryn 25.00

Best Western Doublewood 90.00

Books To Go 639.20

Braaten, Carol 64.88

Braun, Susan 21.55

Brown, M. Jane 282.00

Bubblegum Press 76.80

Budgetext 165.86

Carolina Biological Supply 208.12

Carlson-Dellosa Publishing 247.33

CDW Government Inc. 100.38

Cenex Credit Card 36.00

Chad’s Amoco 359.44

City of Leeds 318.00

Clute Office Equip. 1,098.08

Computer Store 9,841.45

Dakota Web Composers 60.00

Darling, Jana 140.50

Digital Office Centre 364.60

Discovery Benefits 700.00

Farmers Union Oil Co. 71.54

Follett Educational

Services 25.00

Friendship House 87.75

Grand Forks Herald 97.14

Harlow’s Bus Sales 1,199.22

Heritage Singers 45.00

Home of Economy 13.97

Hoopster, Inc. 30.00

Houghton Mifflin 387.43

Houim Contracting & Tree

Service 700.00

ITD 139.94

Johnson Clinic 282.00

Kelly Inn 55.00

L&H Plumbing and Heating 193.40

Lake Area Career Ctr 392.80

Lake Lumber, Inc. 42.14

LRSC Bookstore 13.00

Lake Region Special Ed 16,140.57

Lamotte’s Paint & Glass 88.74

Larson Implement 4.32

Learning A-Z 109.90

Leeds Hot Lunch 360.00

Leeds Postmaster 242.00

Love & Logic Institute 68.28

Mac’s Inc. 37.75

Mcgraw-Hill Companies 2,689.04

MidAmerica Books 620.81

Midwest Leasing 23,069.00

Minot State University 32.66

Moser, Larry 64.96

Music in Motion 176.72

NASCO 156.37

ND Center for Distance Ed. 258.69

NDCEL 885.00

NE ESC 4,000.00

OfficeMax 1,112.39

Otter Tail Power Co. 1,723.77

Paulson Supply 1,578.31

Pearson Education 11.49

Poppler’s 337.55

Praxair Inc. 20.15

Quill Corp. 271.78

Ramkota Hotel 75.00

Really Good Stuff 559.70

Region IV Speech,

Music & Drama 75.00

Responsive Classroom 41.00

Ritterman Trucking 588.00

Rugby Hardware Hank 33.53

Rugby Lumber, Inc. 1,053.67

Sax Arts & Crafts 159.99

School Specialty 2,741.84

Schuler, Ted 729.00

Scott Construction 525.00

Susag Sand & Gravel 264.00

Teacher Created

Resources 169.32

Teaching Made Easier 36.00

Thomson, Gale 29.46

Towner Co. Medical Ctr. 435.00

Tractor Supply 20.65

Tracy’s Market 199.66

Trend Enterprises 28.42

United Art & Education 466.69

Otter Tail Power Co. 968.48

EduTech 50.00

DPI 131.00

International Reading

Assoc. 19.36

Rolle, Gary 89.62

Hawn, Susan 45.48

Pavek, Melissa 300.00

Wal-Mart Community 19.85

Haagenson, Patty 272.34

Destination Imagination, Inc. 235.00

Farmhouse Cafe 179.00

ACDA 90.00

ND Telephone Co. 298.95

Braaten, Joel 101.39

Minot Daily News 155.25

UND Honor Band, Choir 18.00

MSU Division of Music 30.00

CAPITAL PROJECTS (BUILDING)

Cando Insurance Agency $29.00

Kinetic Leasing 250.00

Klemetsrud Plumbing &

Heating Co 2,600.00

Mr. Braaten updated the board on the energy savings project; thermal heaters installed in the west end of the building are ready, east end should be complete next week. Otter Tail Power Company has installed new service at both ends. Darrell Ringenberg should start on the lighting portion of the project soon.

The board discussed the direction that the football program will need to go due to numbers and revised NDHSAA football plan. A decision will have to be made in the immediate future whether to open a dialogue with Maddock. The Minnewaukan school board met last week to discuss its concerns with the program. A common policy/rules/discipline policy should be developed between the schools.

The result of the community survey from May 2007 was reviewed: 80% favored Maddock.

It was mentioned that several football players would like to meet with the board to express their concerns and if a community meeting should be held.

It was moved, and seconded to pursue discussion with the Maddock School District for forming a football co-op for the 2009/2010 season. After discussion of previous meetings on the subject, a roll call vote was taken: two members were in favor and one was opposed.

The motion carried.

Mr. Braaten updated the board on the purchase of the bus.

Mr. Manley presented the secondary principal’s report: seniors attended Career Fair in Devils Lake; homecoming was successful; volleyball is 7-1 and football is 4-1; district FFA leadership in Rugby on Oct 1; ASVAB for juniors on October 3; three students will be participating in the Young Men’s Choral Festival.

Congratulations to Katrina Lybeck for being named "Commended Student"

by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation for her PSAT score.

Mrs. Braaten presented the elementary principal’s report: a visit to Engstrom pumpkin patch, M.A.P. testing is complete; health screening; Sully’s Hill field trip; state assessment tests have been scheduled; elementary girls’ basketball season is underway; new staff members are doing a great job.

The school law seminar is October 25 and the annual School Board convention is Oct 26 and 27. The registration deadline is October 15. Board members available to attend must let Mrs. Benson know by October 12 for rooms and registration.

A motion was made, seconded and carried to approve hiring Susan Braun as elementary aide.

The Board reviewed the NDHSAA by-law amendment. The general consensus is to agree with the recommendation.

Mr. Braaten gave the superintendent’s report: sidewalk in front of shop door; elementary boys’ basketball; junior high girls’ and junior high boys’ basketball coaching positions, new computers; possible tuition agreement.

The next meeting is scheduled for Monday, October 15, 2007,at 8:30 p.m. following the volleyball games.

The meeting adjourned.

Kathryn L. Benson

Business Manager

Linda Young

President


MINUTES OF SPECIAL MEETING

LEEDS SCHOOL BOARD

OCTOBER 10, 2007

A special meeting of the Leeds Board of Education was held October 10, 2007. Present were Linda Young, Randy Silliman, Mark Swanson, Supt. Joel Braaten, and Athletic Director Jeff Manley. Visitors were Cindy Swanson, Matthew Swanson, Blake Darling and Bradley Nelsen.

Representatives from the Leeds school board met with football players to discuss concerns regarding the future of the football co-op. The players presented the board with a survey of the football players.

Nineteen players responded by signature.

The meeting adjourned.

Kathryn L. Benson

Business Manager

Linda Young

President


MINUTES OF SPECIAL MEETING

LEEDS SCHOOL BOARD

October 10, 2007 Special Meeting

A special meeting of the Leeds Board of Education was held October 10, 2007, 7:15 p.m. Present were Linda Young, Randy Silliman and Mark Swanson, and Supt. Joel Braaten and Athletic Director Jeff Manley.

Representatives from the Leeds Board of Education met with representative from the Minnewaukan and Maddock school boards, at the Minnewaukan School to review and discuss the possibility of a football co-op with MInnewaukan, Maddock and Leeds beginning with the 2009-2010 school year.

The meeting adjourned.

Kathryn L.Benson

Business Manager

Linda Young

President


NOTICE OF SALE

United States of America v. ROBERT G. ANDERSON, a/k/a ROBERT ANDERSON or BOB ANDERSON; CARREN L. ANDERSON, a/k/a CARREN ANDERSON; BENSON COUNTY CO-OP CREDIT UNION; STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, ACTING THROUGH THE OFFICE OF THE STATE TAX COMMISSIONER; and HOSPITAL SERVICES, Civil No. 2:04-cv-121.

Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Judgment and Decree of Foreclosure Sale entered and given in the United States District Court for the District of North Dakota, on August 7, 2007, in favor of the United State of America, as plaintiff, and against ROBERT G.

ANDERSON, a/k/a ROBERT ANDERSON or BOB ANDERSON; CARREN L. ANDERSON, a/k/a CARREN ANDERSON; BENSON COUNTY CO-OP CREDIT UNION; STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, ACTING THROUGH THE OFFICE OF THE STATE TAX COMMISSIONER; and HOSPITAL SERVICES, as defendants, it has been adjudged that there is due and owing to the plaintiff by the defendants, ROBERT G. ANDERSON, a/k/a ROBERT ANDERSON or BOB ANDERSON; CARREN L. ANDERSON, a/k/a CARREN ANDERSON, principal in the sum of $56,387.74, and interest to the date of December 8, 2006 of $509.80, with interest accruing thereafter until the date of judgment at the rate of 5 percent per annum, and an amount of $11,200 attributable to positive appreciation pursuant to the term of the Shared Appreciation Agreement dated April 6, 1993; and principal in the sum of $30,449.96, and interest to the date of December 11, 2006 of $12,579.41, with interest accruing thereafter until the date of judgment at the daily rate of 7.0911; for protective advances due and payable under the term of the loan documents disbursed to pay filing fees, real estate taxes and abstracting, principal in the sum of $8,501.90, and interest to December 11, 2006 in the sum of $1,530.85 with interest accruing thereafter until the date of judgment at the daily rate of $1.9662; together with the costs and disbursements of this action in the amount of $784.75, making a total of $121,944.41, with interest accruing after entry of judgment at the legal rate.

And, having received a copy of said Judgment, duly certified by the Clerk of said Court, directing the United States Marshal to sell the mortgaged property described in the Judgment at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash, all the right, title and interest of said defendants in the property described in the aforementioned Judgment as follows subject to all outstanding liens and mortgages, assignments on record, known and unknown. The purchaser of said property may be liable for outstanding mortgages, liens and assignments.

That the plaintiff has a first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth paramount and subsisting liens upon the following described real estate, which will be sold by the United States Marshal:

Benson County, North Dakota:

A tract described as the Southwest Quarter (SW1/4) and the West Half of the Southeast Quarter (W1/2SE1/4) of Section Twenty-one (21), Township One Hundred and Fifty-three (153) North, Range Sixty-seven

(67) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian; and A tract described as the Southeast Quarter (SE1/4) of Section Thirty (30), Township One Hundred and Fifty-three (153) North, Range Sixty-seven (67) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian.

That the sale will be held on the 14th day of November, 2007 at the front door of the Benson County Courthouse, Minnewaukan, North Dakota at 11:00 a.m.

Any individual who is interested in obtaining the estimated market value of the above-described property and/or the amount that will be bid by Farm Service Agency at the sale should contact that office at

(701) 893-2225. Personal checks will not be accepted. Payments must be in the form of a cashier’s check or money order available within two hours after the sale. In the event in United States is compelled to reschedule the sale because the highest bidder cannot pay the bid price in the manner and time required, said bidder will be liable for the costs of resale.

Dated at Fargo, North Dakota on this 5th day of October, 2007.

David Carpenter

United States Marshal for

the District of North Dakota

(Publish Oct. 10, 17, 24 & 31, 2007)


PUBLIC NOTICE

Public notice is hereby given that on October 18, 2007, Prairie Public Broadcasting, Inc. filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D.C., for a construction permit for a new noncommercial educational FM station on Channel 201

C2 (88.1 MHz) at Minnewaukan, North Dakota. The proposed station will operate with an effective radiated power of 17 kilowatts and an antenna height of 192 meters above ground from a transmitter located

4 miles west of Minnewaukan, Benson County, North Dakota. The main studio for the proposed station will be located at 1814 N. 15th St., Bismarck, North Dakota.

The officers and members of the governing board of the applicant are:

John E. Harris III (President/CEO), Clyde Allen, John Andrist, Howard Barlow, Rich Becker, Claudia Berg, Sally Berrell, Karen Ehrens, Ray Holmberg, Scot Kelsh, Leslie Malcolmson, Dave Monson, Mike Pole, Al Samuelson, Connie Sprynczynatyk, Reeh Taylor, Ramona Two Shields, and Kenneth Zealand.

A copy of the application and related materials are on file for public inspection during normal business hours at the Prairie Public Broadcasting Offices, 207 N. 5th St., Fargo, North Dakota.

(Publish Oct. 24 & 31 & Nov. 7, 2007)


MINUTES OF SPECIAL MEETING

MADDOCK CITY COUNCIL

October 10, 2007

A special meeting of the Maddock City Council was held on October 10,

2007 to discuss the following issues: the hiring of a community development coordinator and the city garbage contract.

Members present to answer roll call were Mayor Kevin Winson, Alderwoman Marilyn Allan, Alderman Rodney Maddock and Alderman Daniel Hoffert. Alderman Wayne Knatterud was absent. Guests were Dave Scott, Doug Arnston and Mark Lithun.

Mark Lithun of Double M Sanitation of Fessenden presented a proposal for Maddock sanitation services. After visiting with the council a motion was made by Alderman Rodney Maddock and seconded by Alderman Daniel Hoffert to accept the Double M Sanitation bid and close out services with Waste Management. The motion carried.

Dave Scott and Doug Arnston spoke for the Horizons Committee about the hiring of a new community development coordinator. A motion was made by Rodney Maddock and seconded by Marilyn Allan for the hiring of this position. The motion carried. Mayor Winson suggested forming a committee to decide who to hire, job description and wages/benefits/mileage/expenses. Suggestions for committee members were Laura Every, Lu Mathison, Dave Scott, Rod Maddock, Marilyn Allan and Pat Tracy.

Alderman Rodney Maddock made a motion to pay for the newly-purchased city pickup with passbook savings. The motion was seconded by Alderman Daniel Hoffert. The motion carried.

There being no further business, on motion made and seconded, the meeting was adjourned.

Pamela Lee

Deputy Auditor

Kevin Winson

Mayor

These minutes have not yet been approved by the Maddock City Council.

 


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