6/25/2008 – Public Notices


 

 

CITY OF ESMOND

ORDINANCE NO. 98

An Ordinance granting to the Otter Tail Corporation, a Minnesota Corporation, its successors and assigns, permission to erect, construct, install and maintain within the City of Esmond, an electric light and power system and transmission lines and to operate the same and to install conduits, poles, wires, pipes and other fixtures in, upon and under the streets, alleys, bridges, and public grounds of said City for the purpose of furnishing electric light, heat and power to said City and the inhabitants thereof.

BE IT ORDAINED, BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ESMOND, North Dakota, Hereinafter called the "City":

SECTION 1

There is hereby granted to Otter Tail Corporation, a Minnesota Corporation, its successors and assigns, hereinafter called the Grantee, for a period of twenty (20) years from and after the passage and approval of this Ordinance and during all of said time, subject to the conditions and requirements hereinafter set forth, permission to construct, install and maintain an electric light and power system and transmission lines and to operate and maintain the same within and through the City and to transmit electricity to and from other towns or cities for the purpose of light, power and heat and to erect, construct, install and maintain conduits, poles, wires, pipes and other necessary fixtures and attachments upon and under the streets, alleys, bridges and public grounds of said City for the purpose of furnishing and selling electricity for light, heat and power and such other purposes for which electricity may be used by the inhabitants of said City, said permission and franchise to become operative and continue under the conditions hereinafter set forth.

SECTION 2

Said Grantee shall use poles, wires, crossarms, equipment and devices to conform with the standards of construction adopted by the National Electrical Safety Code of the United States, Department of Commerce, and all apparatus connected therewith shall be located so as not to obstruct the avenues, streets, and alleys of said City or to endanger persons or property or to hinder or to obstruct the use of said avenues, streets, and alleys for public places by the inhabitants of said City, or public in general, or to interfere with any street, sidewalk, curb, gutter or park improvements that the City may deem proper to make along the lines of said avenues, streets and public places.

SECTION 3

All conduits, poles, wires and pipes installed by virtue of this Ordinance shall be installed in such places and in such manner as not unnecessarily to encroach upon streets, alleys, bridges, or public grounds of said City, and so as not to unnecessarily obstruct the use thereof for the ordinary purpose of travel thereon, and the erection thereof shall be subject to the reasonable supervision and direction of the City Council of the said City. Whenever practicable, all poles shall be set in alleys, and poles now in position upon or along the streets, whenever practicable, shall be removed, and the locations of all of said poles shall be designated by the Mayor under the supervision of the City Council of the said City.

All poles where set in alleys shall be set at or near the boundary line thereof, and where set in streets shall be located at such distances, as shall be directed by the city, from the property line of the abutting owner, and shall be placed so as not to interfere with the construction of placing of any waterpipes, sewers, or drains or the flow of water therefrom which have been or may be placed by authority of said City. In the event that said Grantee shall make any unnecessary obstruction of said streets, alleys, public grounds or places not designated by the City Council, the City may cause the removal of such obstructions and charge and collect from such Grantee the actual cost of such removals.

SECTION 4

During the construction, maintenance or enlargement of any part of said electric light and power system, said Grantee shall not unnecessarily impede or block travel in said streets and highways in said city, and shall leave all streets, highways, alleys, sidewalks, curbs, lanes and public places and all grounds disturbed by said construction in good condition upon the completion of said work.

The City reserves the right for itself and its agents to make and adopt, and the rights and privileges hereby granted shall at all times be and remain subject to, such reasonable regulations of a police nature as it may deem necessary for the best interests of the City but the City will not by an such regulations or by acts of its own or agents do anything to prevent or interfere with the Grantee carrying on its business in accordance with the franchise hereby granted.

SECTION 5

Whenever the said Grantee in erecting, constructing and maintaining said lines or poles, shall take up any of the pavements, sidewalks, crossings or curbs on any of the avenues, streets and alleys or public places in said City or shall make any excavations thereon; such excavations shall be refilled and the sidewalk, crossing or curb replaced under the direction of the said City and any excavation so made shall be properly lighted at night during the construction, and in case of the failure to do so on the part of the said Grantee, then the said City may do the same at the expense of said Grantee and said Grantee agrees to pay said City for the reasonable cost or value of said work. Said Grantee shall be liable for all loss or damage caused by the negligence of Grantee, which may result to persons or property within the said City, caused by it, or its agents, servants, or employees in erecting, operating and maintaining the said electric system within said City, and shall at all times save the City harmless from any and all damages to persons or property in erecting, operating or maintaining said electric system.

SECTION 6

There is granted to said Grantee, its successors and assigns, during the term hereof, permission and authority to trim all trees in alleys, streets and public grounds of said City so as to remove all parts of said trees interfering with the proper erection, maintenance and operation of poles, cables, wires, masts or other fixtures, or appliances installed or to be installed pursuant to authority hereby granted.

Said Grantee shall have full right and authority to assign any person, persons, firm or corporation all the rights that are given it by this Ordinance, provided that the assignee of such rights by accepting such assignment shall become subject to the terms and conditions of this Ordinance.

SECTION 7

The Grantee shall use due diligence and care in furnishing electric service as herein provided but shall not be liable for any loss or damage which may arise from failure of the service, either partial or total, but this shall not be construed to exempt said Grantee from liability for negligence.

SECTION 8

The rates to be charged by said Grantee in the said City shall be filed with the Public Service Commission of the State of North Dakota, and no increase or decrease in said rates shall be made except in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Public Service Commission.

SECTION 9

This contract shall be subject to any present or future laws of a regulatory nature enacted by the State of North Dakota, or an any amendment or addition to such laws and further shall be subject to the rules and regulations laid down by the Public Service Commission of the State of North Dakota.

SECTION 10

The City reserves the right during the term hereof to enact and assess a franchise fee such as it deems necessary, upon reasonable advance notice to Grantee of not less than thirty (30) days.

SECTION 11

In the event the City should sell or transfer real property which is subject to Grantee’s franchise and should it become necessary to remove conduits, poles, wires or pipes installed by virtue of this ordinance the removal shall be done at the expense of the Grantee upon the request of the City.

SECTION 12

This Ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage and approval by the City Council. The said Grantee shall specify its acceptance of this franchise in writing, to be filed with the City Auditor and in no event shall this Ordinance be binding on said Grantee until the filing of such acceptance.

Approved this 2nd day of April, 2008.

/s/ Estagen Zimmerman

Mayor, City of Esmond

/s/ Misti Arnold

/s/ City Auditor

City Auditor, City of Esmond

ACCEPTANCE

OTTER TAIL CORPORATION, a Minnesota corporation, acting through its proper officers thereunto duly authorized, does hereby accept Ordinance No. 98 of the City of Esmond, North Dakota, being an Ordinance granting a franchise to Otter Tail Power Company, and being entitled:

"AN ORDINANCE GRANTING TO THE OTTER TAIL CORPORATION, A MINNESOTA CORPORATION, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, PERMISSION TO ERECT, CONSTRUCT, INSTALL, AND MAINTAIN WITHIN THE CITY OF ESMOND, NORTH DAKOTA, AN ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER SYSTEM AND TRANSMISSION LINE, AND TO OPERATE THE SAME, AND TO INSTALL CONDUITS, POLES, WIRES, PIPES, AND OTHER FIXTURES IN, UPON AND UNDER THE STREETS, ALLEYS, BRIDGES, AND PUBLIC GROUNDS OF SAID CITY FOR THE PURPOSE OF FURNISHING ELECTRIC LIGHT, HEAT, AND POWER TO SAID CITY AND THE INHABITANTS THEREOF"; and all of the terms, conditions, requirements, and provisions of said Ordinance No. 98.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Otter Tail Corporation has caused this Acceptance to be duly executed this 12th day of May, 2008.

OTTER TAIL POWER COMPANY

a Division of Otter Tail Corporation

By /s/ Chuck MacFarlane

President

And /s/ Bruce Gerhardson

Associate General Counsel,

Otter Tail Corporation

In Presence of

/s/ Becky Luhning

/s/ Nancy L. Olson

STATE OF MINNESOTA )

)SS

COUNTY OF OTTER TAIL )

On this 12th day of May, 2008, before me, a Notary Public within and for said County, personally appeared Chuck MacFarlane and Bruce Gerhardson to me personally known, who, being each by me duly sworn, did say that they are, respectively, the President of Otter Tail Power Company and the Associate General Counsel of Otter Tail Corporation, the corporation named in the foregoing instrument, and that said instrument was signed in behalf of said corporation by authority of its Board of Directors, and said Chuck MacFarlane and Bruce Gerhardson acknowledged said instrument to be the free act and deed of said corporation.

(Notarial Seal) PENNY MOSHER

/s/ Penny Mosher

My Commission Expires January 31, 2010

The foregoing Acceptance was duly filed in the office of the City Auditor of the City of Esmond, North Dakota, this 6th day of June, 2008.

/s/ Misti Arnold

City Auditor


INVITATION TO BID

Benson County Social Services

Minnewaukan, North Dakota

The Benson County Social Service Board is accepting sealed bids from licensed contractors for the material and installation of vertical metal siding and eaves and the replacement of all windows with a better quality vinyl or metal clad casement windows on its property at 210 East 7th Street in Minnewaukan, ND. The property is commonly known as "Eligibility Offices" or "Seasons Building."

The bid should include the method, material and labor costs. The bid needs to reflect the quality/gauge of the steel products and provide descriptive information relative to the manufacturer, type and insulation value of the windows being proposed. The bidder should also describe necessary protective measures that will be taken to prevent deterioration around the bottom of the new siding. The work should be completed 9 weeks after the bid is accepted.

Bids must be sealed and submitted to the Benson County Social Service Board at PO Box 186, Minnewaukan, ND 58351-0186. The bid must be marked "Bid for Seasons Project." The deadline for submitting bids is 4:30 p.m. on June 27, 2008. The Benson County Social Service Board will review all bids and reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

(Publish June 25, 2008)


NOTICE TO CREDITORS

IN DISTRICT COURT, BENSON COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA.

In the Matter of the Estate of Michael E. Syverson, 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 Ludwena Syverson, personal representative of the estate, at PO Box 193, Esmond, ND 58332-0193, or filed with the court.

Dated this 13th day of June, 2008.

-s-Ludwena Syverson

Ludwena Syverson

Personal Representative

Broden Law Office

501 5th Ave. SE

PO Box 686

Devils Lake, ND 58301

(701) 662-2616

Attorneys for Personal Representative

First publication on the 18th day of June, 2008.

(Publish June 18 & 25 & July 2, 2008)


NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) will receive bids for the construction of the following project(s):

Job No.: 3

Project No(s).: SHE-3-002(104)243

Length: 0.302

Type: TURN LANE CONSTRUCTION

County: BENSON County

Location: US 2 AND BRINSMADE ROAD

Bids will be received until 09:30AM, July18, 2008, IN THE FOYER, LOCATED ON 3RD FLOOR, OUTSIDE ROOM 330 OF THE NDDOT BUILDING, ON THE CAPITOL GROUNDS, IN BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA. The bids will be opened and publicly read immediately thereafter.

All bidders are required to be prequalified at least seven (7) days before the date of the bid opening.

The proposal forms, plans, and specifications are available for bidding until 10 a.m. the day preceding the bid opening, and may be inspected at the Construction Division, NDDOT, Room 333, 608 East Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck, North Dakota, 58505-0700.

NDDOT reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, waive technicalities, or to accept such as may be determined in the best interests of the state.

Requested by:

Francis G. Ziegler, P.E., Director

North Dakota Department of Transportation

SUMMONS

Civil No. 03-08-C-00066

IN DISTRICT COURT

NORTHEAST JUDICIAL DISTRICT

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

COUNTY OF BENSON

Kenneth Bachmeier, )

Susan Bachmeier, )

Bradley Bachmeier, )

Mary Bachmeier, )

Plaintiffs. )

vs. )

Amelia Bachmeier a/k/a )

Amelia C. Bachmeier, )

Albert Bachmeier a/k/a )

Albert Bachmeier, )

Stanley Bachmeier, )

Bonnie Bachmeier, )

Rodney Bachmeier a/k/a )

Rod Bachmeier, Lori )

Bachmeier, Nick Wentz, )

and any persons unknown )

claiming any estate or )

encumbrance upon the )

property described in )

the complaint, )

Defendants. )

THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS:

You and each of you are hereby summoned and required to appear and defend against the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the Clerk of District Court in Benson County, State of North Dakota at the City of Minnewaukan in said County and State, by serving upon the undersigned an answer or other proper response within twenty (20) days after the service. If you fail to do so, Judgment by Default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint.

NOTICE TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS:

Please take notice that the above entitled action is brought to determine adverse claims and to quiet title in the plaintiffs to the following described real property situated in the County of Benson and State of North Dakota, to-wit:

E1/2SW1/4, Lot 4, Section 7; E1/2 SW1/4, Lots 1 & 2, Section 18, all Township 151, Range 71, Benson County, North Dakota.

No personal claim is made against any of the said named defendants.

Dated this 9th day of June, 2008

-s-Clifford C. Grosz

Clifford C. Grosz

Attorney for Plaintiffs

PO Box 275

Harvey, ND 58341

(Publish June 18 & 25 & July 2, 2008)


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

MINNEWAUKAN CITY COUNCIL

June 10, 2008

A regular meeting of the Minnewaukan City Council was held on June 10, 2008 at 5:30 p.m. at the Minnewaukan Senior Citizens Community Center. Present were Mayor Yri, and council members Mark Motis, Rita Staloch, Steve Huffman and Claudette Carlson. Also present were city auditor Laura Weed, city maintenance man Verdeen Backstrom, librarian Cathy Burkhardsmeier and Cathy Nord.

A motion was made by Staloch, seconded by Carlson, to approve the minutes of May 13, 2008. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Motis, seconded by Carlson, to approve a parking permit for Milt Schmid. The permit will expire on December 31, 2008.

Other stipulations are that he will not be allowed to park at this location during Summerfest. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Carlson to leave the Lysne trees as is. The motion died for lack of a second.

Tom Traynor will be asked to send a letter to Lysnes regarding their trees.

A motion was made by Carlson, seconded by Motis, to approve a building permit for the Minnewaukan Park Board. Motis – yes, Huffman

– yes, Carlson – yes, Staloch – abstain. The motion carried.

A motion was made by Staloch, seconded by Motis, to hold a final reading to revise Ordinance #3 Public Places and Property. The motion carried unanimously. This revision is in regards to snow removal and leaves.

CHAPTER THREE

PUBLIC PLACES AND PROPERTY

3.0201 Obstructions – Penalty

It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to cause, create or maintain any obstruction of any street, alley, sidewalk or other public way, except as may be specified by ordinance or by the city engineer or street commissioner.

Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be guilty of an infraction and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not less than twenty-five dollars ($25.00) nor more than five hundred dollars ($500.00).

A motion was made by Staloch, seconded by Motis, to offer for sale the Hiaasen Building. The city will reserve the right to reject any and all bids. All bids must contain a business plan and final date of completion for the renovation. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Staloch, seconded by Motis, to approve an FSA janitorial contract with S. Huffman for the period of one year. Date of contract is from September 1, 2008 until August 31, 2009. The council agreed to have Tom Traynor write the contract. Motis – yes, Huffman – abstain, Carlson – yes, Staloch – yes. The motion carried.

A motion was made by Staloch, seconded by Huffman, to approve a principal payment in the amount of $40,000 payable to the North Dakota Bond Bank for the Lagoon Note. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Motis, seconded by Huffman, to allow the committee to close Main Street for Summerfest. The motion carried unanimously.

The July meeting will be held on July 7 instead of July 8.

The employee handbooks were reviewed.

A motion was made by Staloch, seconded by Carlson, to approve mosquito spraying for Summerfest. The motion carried unanimously.

The council approved restaining the FSA-Bank building.

A motion was made by Huffman, seconded by Motis, to pay all bills.

The motion carried unanimously.

FSA/-BANK BUILDING

AmeriPride $65.98

Huffman, S. 699.50

Lakeside Lock 87.18

McQuoid’s Grocery 16.70

Otter Tail Power Co. 466.97

GARBAGE

Double M Sanitation $2,975.00

GENERAL

Benson County Sheriff $300.00

Benson Co. Farmers Press 230.68

Home of Economy 154.99

Motis, M. 55.55

ND One Call 3.72

Otter Tail Power Co. 216.97

Traynor Law Firm 100.00

USPS 89.00

Yri, C. 250.00

Council Payroll 2,770.00

Payroll 1,387.70

LIBRARY FUND

Payroll $640.82

Creative Impressions 408.00

Demco 177.12

STREET

Lake Ready-Mix $4,035.50

McQuoid’s Grocery 89.90

NAPA 200.00

Otter Tail Power Co. 600.56

Service Tire 56.85

WATER

Cando Farmer’s Grain $729.51

Darrell’s Electric 308.40

Farmers Union Oil 90.00

Home of Economy 13.98

ND Dept. of Health 10.00

Northern Plains Elec. Co. 311.65

Otter Tail Power Co. 161.70

TSC 104.81

Payroll 2,458.88

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned.

Laura J. Weed

City Auditor

Curtis A. Yri

Mayor


OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS

OF THE BOARD OF

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

BENSON COUNTY

June 3, 2008

Benson County Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, June 3, 2008 at 8 a.m. Commissioners present were Jason Lee, Dwain Brown, Curtis Hvinden, Michael N. Steffan and Lowell Haagenson. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Steffan. Other people present were Richard Peterson of the Benson County Farmers Press.

A motion was made by Lee, seconded by Brown, to approve the minutes from the regular meeting of May 20, 2008. All members voted yes. The motion carried unanimously.

The board reviewed a letter from Rod Cavanaugh, Bureau of Indian Affairs, dated May 29, 2008, regarding the transfer of fee simple land to the US in trust for the benefit of the Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe. A copy of this letter was presented to Benson County State’s Attorney James P. Wang.

The board discussed ownership of the old Hwy. #2 through Leeds, ND.

More information will be obtained and presented to the board on this issue.

The board reviewed a letter from the NDDOT dated May 20, 2008 regarding the special roads fund. A copy of this document was provided to the road department. The board concluded the NDDOT will be contacted to determine if anything would be available for Benson County.

The board discussed the amount of people utilizing the VSO office.

The board concluded a letter will be sent to the VSO officer requesting information.

A copy of a letter to CC Recycling from the ND Dept. of Health dated May 20, 2008 was presented to the board regarding the removal of scrap tires.

Jenny Steinhaus from the Extension office met with the board regarding the grant portion of the Family Nutrition Program (FNP). A motion was made by Haagenson, seconded by Hvinden, to support the program and have the chairman sign the approval form for FNP funding.

All members voted yes. The motion carried unanimously.

Steinhaus discussed expanding the electrical supply in the Extension office and other needed repairs. Lists of repairs needed to other offices in the courthouse were presented to the board. Steinhaus also discussed purchasing a new computer for the Extension office. A motion was made by Hvinden, seconded by Haagenson, to provide a 1/4 match for the purchase of a new computer system. All members voted yes. The motion carried unanimously.

Gene Hager, county highway superintendent, met with board. Special road funds through the NDDOT were discussed.

Hager stated James P. Wang, Benson County state’s attorney, telephoned him and requested larger speed limit signs and flags be placed on Old Highway 281 north of Minnewaukan.

Hager commented on the training/certification session he and others will be attending in Bismarck put on by MSHA.

The board reviewed a notice of hearing regarding Enbridge Pipelines.

John Beckstrand, Brian Maddock and Ken Hoffert, Benson County Water Board, and Jean Olson, secretary for the water board, met to discuss the ownership of Bouret’s Dam. Beckstrand stated the water board has not taken any action on this issue as the water board takes the position the State of ND owns the dam and not Benson County. Maddock stated a document showing the state owns the dam was on record at the recorder’s office. This document is dated 1938.

James P. Wang, Benson County state’s attorney, arrived at the meeting at 9:35 a.m.

Beckstrand recalled that the board agreed some time ago to contribute money for repairs, but not take over ownership. Wang explained there is no levy in Benson County for dam repairs so how can the state determine Benson County has money to own and maintain it. The estimated cost to repair the dam is in excess of $100,000.00. Wang suggested writing a letter to the state indicating there is no money to repair the dam. Peterson stated he thinks the dam is an asset to Benson County. Wang advised the board to send a letter to the state indicating that if no action is taken by the state to repair the dam, it will be breached. Wang agreed to prepare a letter to send to the state. A motion was made by Haagenson, seconded by Hvinden, to have the state’s attorney write a letter to the State of ND regarding Bouret’s Dam based on the advice and input of the Benson County Water Board. All members voted yes. The motion carried unanimously. State’s Attorney Wang suggested also signing the area to caution the public on dangerous areas.

Beckstrand stated Old Highway 281 north of Minnewaukan is dangerous to fishermen and all cars are not obeying the speed limit.

The board discussed taxation of property when it is transferred to the Spirt Lake Sioux Tribe.

Wang discussed a bill received for a prisoner that was held at the North Central Regional Correctional Center (NCRCC) in Rugby, ND.

Steffan suggested a procedure or contract be put into place for when an inmate is to be held for Benson County at the NCRCC. State’s Attorney Wang stated he will write a letter to the NCRCC stating that when a prisoner is being held, Benson County must be contacted immediately. A motion was made by Brown, seconded by Lee, to send payment to the NCRCC amounting to $30.00 for each day the prisoner was held. All members voted yes. The motion carried unanimously.

Lee read an e-mail received from the NDDOT on what the special road fund generally funds.

A motion was made by Brown, seconded by Haagenson, to pay all other county approved bills. All members voted yes. The motion carried

unanimously. The following bills were paid:

Clute Office Equipment $1,226.75

Conseco Health Ins. Co. 108.30

Computer Software Assoc.. 327.75

Dacotah Paper Co. 1,196.70

Hewlett-Packard Co. 1,270.00

Information Technology

Dept. 438.36

Jordan Froelich 55.00

Jenny Steinhaus 116.50

JS Vending 24.00

Matthew Bender & Co. Inc. 201.65

Lake Region Dist. Health 12,117.25

Maximus, Inc. 10.00

McQuoid’s Grocery 49.41

ND Assn. of Counties 25.00

ND State Radio

Communications 210.00

ND Telephone Co. 1,079.31

Office Depot 115.46

Otter Tail Power Co. 2,063.53

Star Klemetsrud 55.90

Universal Services 138.50

Alltel 76.06

Esmond City 25.00

Farmers Union Oil 2,402.70

Institute of Local

Government 1,290.00

ND Telephone Co. 193.95

Wanda Teigen 100.00

Chad’s Amoco 832.84

Crossroads 109.52

DF Lighting 234.96

Farmers Union Oil-Mdk 52.25

LR Law Enforcement Ctr. 2,045.64

McQuoid’s Grocery 53.73

Maddock Mini Mart 319.10

Radisson Hotel-Bismarck 147.50

Daryl Biby 74.31

Kory Jorgenson 100.41

Lyndon Olson 74.31

Benson Co. Farmers Press 140.00

Travis Anderson 95.00

Tim Finley 190.59

Workforce Safety &

Insurance 250.00

Wanda Teigen 172.78

Barry Cox 76.50

Craig Blomster 75.00

Dean Petska 50.00

Erling Karlsbraaten 69.30

Express Way Inn 56.95

Job Service 3,894.38

James Wang 580.00

McQuoid’s Grocery 10.90

Nationwide Retirement

Services 20.00

State Tax Commissioner 3,871.89

ND Telephone Co. 690.00

Ralph Olson 66.15

Aflac 735.52

Gaffaney’s of Minot 89.78

ND Motor Vehicle Division 11.50

ND State Radio

Communications 525.00

Nodak Electric Co. 45.00

Cass County Treas. 462.00

Minnewaukan City 99.95

Colonial 101.50

ND Heritage Center 23.95

NDPERS 10,257.77

Nationwide Retirement

Solution 724.00

ND Game & Fish 16,565.00

Social Welfare 10,523.66

Ag Resources 40.50

Alltel 216.93

Benson Co. Transportation 800.00

Bonita Eversvik 455.04

Lake Chevrolet 69.95

Clute’s Office Equip. 300.25

Comfort Inn 53.00

Crossroads 34.02

Decatur Electronics Inc. 48.00

Doublewood Inn 165.00

Dental Service Corp. of ND 3,391.42

Ellen Huffman 332.36

Election Systems &

Software 89.42

Farmers Union Oil-Mdk 130.35

Hoiberg’s 89.18

I Design 385.00

Institute of Local

Government 160.00

Jean Olson 47.00

Jenny Steinhaus 220.20

JS Vending 84.95

Kmart 52.50

LaMotte’s Paint & Glass 54.45

Leevers Co. Market 252.63

Matthew Bender & Co. Inc. 189.65

LR Law Enforcement Ctr. 5,237.10

LR Community Service 500.00

Marketplace Motors 44.90

McQuoid’s Grocery 123.03

Maddock Community Ctr. 25.00

NDPERS 20,136.22

NDSU-ITS 20.00

NDSU Extension Service 55.00

North Star Community

Credit Union 239.05

Otter Tail Power Co. 1,234.78

ND Pesticide Program 644.00

Quality Photo 15.74

US Postmaster 42.00

Prairie Public 150.00

Benson Co. Farmers Press 545.95

Rhoda Pfeifer 41.40

Scott Knoke 308.64

State Auditor 8,000.00

Surety Title 796.00

Surplus Property Div. 100.00

Synergy Graphics, Inc. 71.02

Thompson West 2,000.00

Universal Services 171.00

B & H Oil 8,665.98

Butler Machine 5,435.61

Maddock City 74.45

Minnewaukan City 39.50

Farmers Union Oil-Mdk 7,243.96

Farmers Union Oil-York 1,496.81

Farmers Union Oil 2,034.54

GCR Tire Center 249.78

Harold’s Auto Marine 25.00

HE Everson Co. 25.40

Jemstone Auto Glass 461.32

Johnston Fargo Culvert,

Inc. 7,796.86

JS Vending 126.80

Little Falls Machine, Inc. 1,061.77

Lake Region Sheet Metal 189.44

Mac’s Inc. 231.74

Mollers, Inc. 41.55

Dakota Implement 452.77

Gus’s Auto Parts 48.86

Northern Plains Electric Co. 90.00

Otter Tail Power Co. 122.46

Otter Tail Power Co. 399.95

Paulson Supply 7.75

US Postmaster 228.30

Power Plan (RDO Equip.) 238.08

Praxair Distribution, Inc. 17.60

Radiator Proz 1,800.00

Service Tire 6,869.52

United Building Center 14.24

Wal-Mart 10.97

Wold Engineering 1,601.49

Wold Engineering 9,590.43

Wold Engineering 3,111.84

Wanda Teigen 100.80

W W Wallwork 1,100.55

Lyndon Olson 74.31

Benson Co. Farmers Press 139.00

Tim Finley 241.16

Wanda Teigen 320.68

Bonnie Cavanaugh 45.70

Michael Steffan 269.00

Curtis Hvinden 89.00

Jason Lee 75.00

Dwain Brown 103.40

Lowell Haagenson 161.00

Daniel Blood 25.00

Johnny Z. Lawson 25.00

James Lynner 43.00

Marvin Holweger 25.00

Melissa Little 42.10

Maddock Mini Mart 382.00

Carmen Paulson 167.80

State of ND-Human Svcs. 4,102.00

ND Telephone Co. 1,093.91

Otter Tail Power Co. 429.33

BW Seven Seas Inn 220.00

Distribution to Entities 16,008.23

Alltel 76.06

Distribution to Entities 256,233.73

Aflac 735.52

Alltel 173.87

Bonnie Erickson 174.50

Esmond City 25.50

Chad’s Amoco 556.04

Conseco Health Ins. Co. 108.30

Dean Petska 50.00

ITD 438.89

James Wang 580.00

Nationwide Retirement

Services 20.00

ND Telephone Co. 667.57

Protective Life Ins. Co. 169.04

Underground Vaults &

Storage 396.00

NDPERS 10,712.68

Nationwide Retirement

Solutions 724.00

ND Insurance Dept. 10.00

Social Welfare 10,228.48

3D Specialties 2,527.67

B & H Oil 8,793.94

Butler Machine 870.18

Maddock City 68.15

Minnewaukan City 39.50

Curtis Hvinden 27.00

Dakota Fire Ext. 255.66

Dennis Weed 25.00

Farm Plan 483.45

Farmers Union Oil-Mdk 12,567.12

Farmers Union Oil-York 3,053.72

Farmers Union Oil 2,688.16

Farmers Union Oil 2,330.00

H2O, Inc. 151.74

Home of Economy 130.11

HSBC Business Solutions 759.98

Lyle Signs Inc. 1,054.56

Mac’s Inc. 82.03

Dakota Implement 10.14

Gus’s Auto Parts 94.93

ND Safety Council 900.00

Nodak Electric Co-op 45.73

Northern Plains Elec. Co. 81.00

Office Depot 248.74

Otter Tail Power Co. 32.38

Otter Tail Power Co. 211.74

Power Plan (RDO Equip) 1,746.48

Praxair Distribution, Inc. 8.80

Spirit Lake Refuse 10.00

Theco, Inc. 90.67

United Building Center 23.80

Cass County Treas. 574.50

Clute Office Equip. 102.90

Minnewaukan City 99.95

Colonial 101.50

Michael Steffan 89.00

Curtis Hvinden 89.00

Jason Lee 63.80

Dwain Brown 85.40

Lowell Haagenson 74.60

Dental Services Corp of ND 3,339.57

Ellen Huffman 51.37

Election Systems &

Software 802.18

Hy-Z Wireless 1,263.37

Jenny Steinhaus 17.55

JS Vending 67.78

Lakeside Lock & Key 51.25

Matthew Bender & Co., Inc. 192.01

LR Law Enforcement Ctr. 4,456.83

Maddock Community

Center 25.00

NCCRC 295.00

NDACO Resource Group 7.50

ND Assn. of Counties 25.00

ND Newspaper Assn. 56.32

NDPERS 20,136.22

NDSU Extension Service 18.00

North Star Community

Credit Union 311.18

Nutrition United 1,600.00

Paul’s Repair 354.00

Pitney Bowes 259.00

Prairie Public 150.00

Benson Co. Farmers Press 1,742.65

Protective Life Ins. Co. 169.04

Ramkota Hotel 55.00

Scott Knoke 155.70

Steven Rohrer 69.19

Service Tire 90.65

Surplus Property Division 200.00

Universal Services 51.50

Wal-Mart Community 11.94

Ward Co. Sheriff’s Dept. 21.35

Kory Jorgenson 100.41

Lyndon Olson 74.31

Benson Co. Farmers Press 154.00

Tim Finley 70.71

Wanda Teigen 139.53

May 2008 NET PAYROLL

County Agent 858.04

Emergency Disaster 985.42

VSO 942.74

Local Emergency Planning 184.68

County Road 33,405.39

Social Services 26,736.16

County General 32,213.75

The board discussed the bid letting for repairs to the Social Welfare Economic Assistance office. State’s Attorney Wang recommended the bids received be rejected and the project be re-advertised. Lee telephoned Social Welfare and stated the projects are to be re-bid.

The board reviewed a letter from ND Representative Benjamin A. Vig dated June 2, 2008 regarding highway funding issues.

A motion carried unanimously to adjourn the meeting at 10:50 a.m.

Bonnie Erickson

Benson County Auditor

Michael N. Steffan

Chairman


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