11/18/2009 – Public Notices


 

MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

LEEDS CITY COUNCIL

October 5, 2009

The Leeds City Council met in regular session on October 5, 2009 at 6 p.m. at the Leeds City Hall. Present were Mayor Lloyd Himle and council members Lori Nelsen, Betty Anderson, Pete Ritterman and Kyle Nelsen. Also present were Jady Stuberg and Deb Arens.

Lloyd Himle called the meeting to order.

Betty Anderson made a motion to approve the minutes of the previous meeting. Pete Ritterman seconded. The motion carried.

Lori Nelsen made a motion to approve a raffle permit for the Leeds Lutheran WELCA. Betty Anderson seconded. The motion carried.

The council discussed Michael Thayne’s dog complaint. A letter will be sent.

Betty Anderson would like a reduction on her water, sewer and garbage rates for Town & Country Floral. The council thought this was discussed at a previous meeting. Brandi Anderson will check the minutes.

Sam Hansen would like a key to the dumpground. The council decided he could have a key as long as it is returned to Jady Stuberg every evening. Also, Sam will need to put down a $100 deposit.

Howard Quammen’s payment plan was reviewed and approved.

A motion was made by Pete Ritterman to grant permits to the Leeds Community Center and KJ’s Bar. Betty Anderson seconded. The motion carried.

Jady Stuberg reported on his activities. Kyle Nelsen submitted work order authorizations to Jady for city work. Jady would like some assistance with replacing water meters. He is going to attend two training sessions in October.

Jan Lee was in to discuss getting a new water line dug at her house.

The land is privately owned, so the city will not pay for it, but the city will include this on its FEMA claim. If the claim is denied, Jan Lee will appeal. Jan would also like the city to do something with the vehicles on Rod Baker’s property. Brandi Anderson will contact the city attorney about this issue.

Brandi Anderson will send a bill to Ritterman Trucking for $250.

Pete Ritterman made a motion to appoint Gary Larson to the Leeds Airport Authority. Betty Anderson seconded. The motion carried.

Brandi Anderson will send out a certified letter to those who are 75 days past due on their water/sewer/garbage bill.

The council is still waiting on documents from Price Asphalt’s lawyer.

Brandi Anderson will draft a letter to have auditors submit a bid to do the audit for the city. She will also schedule someone from the beautification committee to come to the next meeting.

The city is still looking for a contractor for water plant roof repair.

The council reviewed the update equipment purchase plan.

A motion was made by Pete Ritterman to run an equipment for sale ad in the Farmers Press. Lori Nelsen seconded. The motion carried.

Kyle Nelsen made a motion to approve the second reading of the 2010 budget. Pete Ritterman seconded. The motion carried.

Brandi Anderson will send a letter to city residents this week.

Lori Nelsen made a motion to start accepting bids on snow removal.

Betty Anderson seconded. The motion carried.

New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day will be the paid holidays for city employees.

Brandi Anderson will make inquiries about pricing for a new sign for City Hall.

The council discussed adopting a horse ordinance.

Cash receipts were reviewed.

Lori Nelsen made a motion to pay the bills. Pete Ritterman seconded.

The motion carried. Bills approved are as follows:

Wages $3,277.14

Rugby Sanitation 3,400.00

Kyle Nelsen 252.47

ND Health Lab 16.00

Chad’s Amaco 211.56

Otter Tail Power Co. 1,341.22

Benson County Sheriff 200.00

Northern Plains Electric 419.24

Dakota Web 60.00

Hawkins 973.05

Tracy’s Market 7.63

Paulson Supply 30.00

NAPA 36.30

Benson Co. Farmers Press 273.53

RR Mang. 90.75

USA Bluebook 764.54

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned.

Brandi Anderson

City Auditor

Lloyd Himle

Mayor


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

LEEDS CITY COUNCIL

October 19, 2009

Leeds City Council met in regular session on October 19, 2009 at 6 p.m. at the Leeds City Hall. Present were council members Lori Nelsen, Betty Anderson, Pete Ritterman and Kyle Nelsen. Mayor Lloyd Himle was absent. Also present were Jady Stuberg, Theresa Haagenson, Steven Rohrer, Shawn Banet, John VonAlman and Gwyene Owens.

Betty Anderson called the meeting to order.

Lori Nelsen made a motion to approve the minutes of the previous meeting. Pete Ritterman seconded. The motion carried.

Steven Rohrer gave the council a patrol summary for the month. There was a cat bite. The cat was put down and tested negative for rabies.

There was vandalism at the Larson Implement lot. Deputy Banet suggested the city council consider a curfew for the town.

Theresa Haagenson reported on the beautification committee’s activities. The committee filed out a report and took a picture of properties in town that need to be cleaned up. Brandi Anderson will send letters, along with pictures of the property, to property owners who are in violation.

Lori Nelsen made a motion to purchase a memory card for the digital camera. Kyle Nelsen seconded. The motion carried.

John VonAlman reported on dump ground activity and turned in his time sheet.

Gwyene Owens came on behalf of the Leeds Lebanon Church. The church would like its water, sewer and garbage rates reduced. The council decided that since the church is not residential property, it has to pay the commercial rates.

Jady Stuberg gave his report. Hydrants are flushed. Bruce Ford may come in to help him with manholes. Jady reported on his work orders and most are completed. He took an inventory of the water plant and Brandi will type it up and calendar this activity to be done quarterly. Jady will clean up the large tree branches on Rod Baker’s property. The city pickup was fixed and is now running. Jady will call Thorsrud in Minot to find out about better locks for the water plant.

Lori Nelsen made a motion to purchase a GPS unit. Pete Ritterman seconded. The motion carried.

Arrearage payment plans were reviewed. Pete Ritterman made a motion to accept payment plans. Betty Anderson seconded. The motion carried.

Greg Moller put in a request to the city to put a steel storage container on his lot. The request was denied. A letter will be sent out to any other residents with this sort of storage container on their property and they will be asked to remove it.

Jady Stuberg will put in fence posts on the southeast corner of old dump ground to deter trespassers.

The Leeds Community Center will have to start paying for garbage service and the fire hall will now be billed for water, sewer and garbage service.

The council set up new committees. Brandi will post them at the city hall.

Brandi will write an ad for snow removal and call for bids in the Farmers Press.

Jady received a work order for the sign on the city hall.

Horizons is doing a mass mailing to the community and would like the auditor to make copies of the letters to be sent out. Also, the city of Leeds will act as a custodian for Horizons funds.

Cash receipts were reviewed.

Lori Nelsen made a motion to pay the bills. Pete Ritterman seconded.

The motion carried. Bills approved are as follows:

Dakota Web $60.00

Otter Tail Power Co. 1,381.09

United Community Bank 1,080.50

ND Telephone Co. 205.71

Benson Co. Highway Dept. 250.04

Chad’s Amoco 517.65

One Call Concepts 2.60

Travis Stuberg 50.00

Hawkins 383.28

ND Public Health Lab 16.00

John VonAlman 300.00

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned.

Brandi Anderson

City Auditor

Lloyd Himle

Mayor


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

MINNEWAUKAN CITY COUNCIL

November 10, 2009

A regular meeting of the Minnewaukan City Council was held Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2009 at 5:30 p.m. at the Minnewaukan City Library. Present were Acting Mayor Mark Motis, council members Rita Staloch and Steve Huffman, City Auditor Deb Trnka, Richard Peterson, Mark Olson and Michael Kostrewa.

Staloch made a motion to approve the agenda. Huffman seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

The Sherman Cline Conservation Easement was tabled until it can be determined if the correct form was used.

A motion was made by Staloch to approve the minutes from August 20, 2009, October 13, 2009, October 27, 2009 and November 3, 2009.

Huffman seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Staloch to draft a letter expressing interest in the development of a boat ramp at Round Lake, as well as increased flood control at that end of the lake. The council would like representatives from the State Water Commission and the ND Game and Fish Dept. to appear at the next council meeting to discuss possibilities and ramifications of such a project. Huffman seconded.

The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Huffman to amend Sec. 11.0102, the animal ordinance. Staloch seconded. The motion carried unanimously. That was the final passage and the amendment to the ordinance was adopted.

A motion was made by Staloch to concur with FEMA findings but to send a letter stating the city of Minnewaukan does not agree with the rules and regulations that have determined the frost boils in the streets are not due to local flooding and the high water table.

Huffman seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Staloch to approve the Harlow Elevator lease, deleting item #6 from the agreement. Huffman seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Huffman to table the noise ordinance until next meeting when the information of city jurisdictional limits will be available. Staloch seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Huffman to send one city employee to the ND Water Convention (December 9 and 10) if it is the correct school.

Staloch seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Huffman to void checks #9680, 9734 and 9739.

Staloch seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

Huffman made a motion to pay all bills. Staloch seconded. The motion carried unanimously. Bills approved are as follows:

S. Huffman $699.50

L. Weed 12.97

Debra Trnka 16.05

Benson County 300.00

Johnson Electric 267.80

AmeriPride 68.75

ND League of Cities 97.50

Benson Co. Farmers Press 265.78

Double M Sanitation 2,750.00

Home of Economy 47.73

Ferrellgas 804.60

Traynor Law Firm 156.69

Northern Plains Electric 346.66

Mark Motis 313.68

Otter Tail Power Co. 1,786.39

Mi-Ty Contracting, LLC 6,379.50

One Call Concepts 7.80

Payroll 4,067.84

Payroll Liabilities 805.34

ND Public Health 16.00

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned.

Debra Trnka

City Auditor

Mark Motis

Acting Mayor


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

OBERON SCHOOL BOARD

October 12, 2009

A regular meeting of the Oberon School Board was held on October 12, 2009. In attendance were Yvonne Thumb, Louise DeMarce, Karen Peterson, Tina Ross, Roger Skadsem, Principal Kenneth Ploium, Assistant Principal Damian Kennedy and Business Manager Renae Kennedy. Scott Sigette was a guest.

Scott Sigette of Otter Tail Power Co. was at the meeting to answer questions on a thermal storage heating system.

A motion was made by Peterson, seconded by Skadsem, to approve the minutes of the August 10 meeting as read. The motion carried.

A motion was made by Skadsem, seconded by Ross, to accept the bills as presented. The motion carried. Bills approved are as follows:

Wal-Mart $55.03

NCA/CASI 125.00

KevLott Testing 105.00

Amazon 48.89

Benson Co. Farmer Press 140.37

Damian Kennedy 567.35

Corey Ploium 180.68

Kenneth Ploium 330.50

Benson Co. Superintendent 200.00

National Crime Prevention 8.17

ND Telephone Co. . 125.80

Midwest Business Systems 6,138.06

Scholastic 1,880.25

John Thomas 115.00

Bremer Bank 200.00

Do It Best Hardware 18.20

Mary Ann Broe 42.30

Kathy Resler 42.30

Sandy Swenson 170.93

Betty Rushfeldt 42.30

Renae Kennedy 22.83

Cindy Knowlen 69.26

Betty Georgeson 1,734.60

Colin Barstad 21.18

Doris Griffin 10.11

JS Vending 35.35

Farmer Union Oil 1,175.72

Toshiba 209.95

Quill 192.67

Food Service of America 66.86

Mr. Ploium will be attending a law seminar on October 29. None of the board members were interested in the new members’ seminar or the board convention.

The two heating options, electric thermal storage heating system and coal burning boiler, were discussed. A motion was made by Peterson, seconded by Skadsem, to adopt an electric thermal storage heating system. The motion carried 5-0.

Insurance coverage for teachers or parents transporting students home from school for extra curricular activities was discussed.

A complaint policy was brought to the board. A clarification was made that letters written to the board will remain sealed and opened at the next board meeting. A motion was made by Peterson, seconded by Ross, to adopt this complaint policy. The motion carried.

A notice will be put in the paper about the minibus until November 4 asking for bids.

Pictures are scheduled for November 4, but will need to be rescheduled because of state assessment testing.

A motion was made by DeMarce, seconded by Peterson, to pay K.J.

Schwartz Engineering for the estimates on the coal burning boiler option. The motion carried.

Mr. Ploium informed the board about information learned from attending a H1N1 (swine flu) planning meeting.

School Improvement requirements changed from two team visits to only one team visit.

The calendar of events was discussed.

Renae Kennedy presented financial reports.

The next board meeting will be November 9 at 6 p.m.

A motion was made by Skadsem, seconded by Ross, to adjourn the meeting. The motion carried.

Renae Kennedy

Business Manager

Yvonne Thumb

President


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

WARWICK SCHOOL BOARD

October 13, 2009

The Warwick School Board met Tuesday, October 13, 2009 in the computer lab. Present were McKelvey, Black, Cavanaugh and Thiele.

Gravdahl was absent. Others present were Mr. Guthrie, Mr. Jacobson, Mr. Yetterboe, Cecil Stewart and Carol Walford.

President Thiele called the meeting to order at 5:18 p.m.

Additions to to the agenda were: custodial position, revision of Acceptable Use Policy and the Christmas party.

McKelvey made a motion, seconded by Cavanaugh, to approve the additions to the agenda. The motion carried.

Black made a motion, seconded by Cavanaugh, to approve the September

22 minutes. The motion carried.

Cavanaugh made a motion, seconded by Black, to approve the following bills. The motion carried.

Diane Green $149.60

Warwick Oil Co. 2,247.92

Overby Construction 3,200.00

Cecil Stewart 21.50

Acme Electric Companies 244.25

AmeriPride 320.62

Benson Co. Farmers Press 88.00

BW Seven Seas Inn 189.00

Cash & Carry Lumber 2,577.67

Center Coal Company 530.67

Central Business Systems 1,546.34

Childcraft 4,599.11

Classroom Direct 252.81

Cole Papers 795.23

Connecting Point 3,236.00

Creative Impressions 936.25

Dacotah Paper Company 749.53

Devils Lake Daily Journal 211.25

Devils Lake Glass & Paint 1,313.36

EduTech 125.00

Follett Educational Services 697.25

Follett Software Company 450.00

Gerrells & Company 226.70

Glass Shop 36.35

Haan Crafts 616.60

Hagen’s Super Valu 79.62

HM Receivable Co. 270.60

Hoiberg’s Office Supply 17.99

Hy-Z Wireless Inc. 2,275.00

Jaymar Business Forms 302.89

Janna Jensen 240.55

John R. Green Company 26.47

Johnson Controls 4,245.41

Lakeside Lock & Key 13.25

Sally LaMotte 250.00

Dawna Leith 61.54

Kelly Lund 25.00

Mackin Library Media 49.44

McVille Hardware & Lumber 1,973.85

NASCO 7.23

NDCEL 360.00

Nelson Co. Health System 181.00

OfficeMax Incorporated 93.13

Popplers Music Store 4.40

Renaissance Learning 2,092.29

Supreme School Supply 434.88

Towner Co. Medical Center 142.75

Trio Environmental

Consulting 390.00

Valuations Northwest, Inc. 265.00

Verizon Business 148.25

Wally’s Supermarket 208.94

Warwick City 358.00

Trevor Yetterboe 243.10

Baker’s Dozen 5.10

Cooperstown Public School 50.00

Thomas Hill 30.00

Stacy Luehring 25.14

Meadow Sweet Dairy 15.40

Skye Sanchez 16.00

Trevor Yetterboe 30.00

Scholastic Book Fairs 6,193.68

Diane Green 93.50

EduTech 50.00

NDHSAA 25.00

NDIAAA 100.00

Mr. Thiele inquired whether the Discipline Committee had been formed and met, how attendance for this school year was going and what drug testing policy was in place. Discussion followed.

Superintendent’s report: Mr. Guthrie reported on the PEP grant, Library Literacy grant and Mrs. Kaeding’s field trip to Fargo with the math students.

Elementary principal’s report: Mr. Jacobson reported on an H1N1 meeting held at Fort Totten.

Athletic director’s report: Mr.Yetterboe reported on the cross-country meeting and is to check on sweatshirts and banners by the next board meeting.

Custodial applications were discussed and it was decided to have all applicants come in Monday, October 19 for interviews.

Acceptable Use Policy revision was discussed and tabled until it is brought up at the Discipline Committee meeting.

The Christmas party was discussed.

The next meeting will be November 10.

The meeting adjourned.

Carol Walford

Business Manager

Larry Thiele

President


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

MINNEWAUKAN SCHOOL BOARD

October 20, 2009

A regular meeting of the Minnewaukan Board of Education was called to order by Chairman David Ambers on October 20, 2009 at 6 p.m. Also present were Terry Yri, Randy Thompson, Laura Every, Supt. Myron Jury, Ron Carlson, Jean Callahan and Dianne Mikkelson. Corey Erickson was absent.

Yri made a motion, seconded by Thompson, to approve the agenda. On roll call vote, the motion carried.

Emil Schoenfish presented the audit to the board. Yri made a motion, seconded by Thompson, to approve the audit of the 2008-09 school year. On roll call vote, the motion carried.

Every made a motion, seconded by Yri, to approve the minutes of the September 16, 2009 meeting. On roll call vote, the motion carried.

Every made a motion, seconded by Thompson, to pay the bills. On roll call vote, the motion carried.

GENERAL FUND

Advanced Business Methods $659.20

Advanced Counseling

for Change, PLLC 2,907.00

Advanced Ed 250.00

Alltel 103.27

AVI Systems, Inc. 313.13

BMI Educational

Services, Inc. 226.68

Benson Co. Farmers Press 158.93

Benson Co. Schoolmasters 200.00

BW Doublewood Inn 83.00

BW Seven Seas, Inc. 164.00

Brooklyn Publishers, LLC 141.50

ByteSpeed, LLC 5,492.00

Jean Callahan 613.50

Capital One Bank 2,955.96

Ron Carlson 200.00

City of Minnewaukan 1,027.26

CDW Government, Inc. 814.41

D & R Tire & Repair 655.76

Mary Dahl 110.00

Deb Dyste 141.27

Deb Dyste 90.00

Devils Lake Public School 12.50

EAI Education 2,107.43

Electronic Learning

Products, Inc. 8,193.00

Exhaust Pros 24.30

Farmers Union Oil Co. 6,221.34

Ferrellgas 612.25

General Welding & Repair 45.00

Patty Haagenson 40.50

LaVae Haaland 17.07

Randy Hajicek 161.49

Randy Hajicek 222.50

Heritage Singers 135.00

Heart of America

Health Plan 391.20

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 107.46

Information Technology

Dept. 240.00

Interstate All Battery Center 119.94

Johnson Controls 1,831.00

JS Vending & Wholesale 603.41

Myron Jury 423.50

Myron Jury 22.88

Naomi Karlin 204.89

Kevlott Testing Service 50.00

Lake Region Sheet

Metal, Inc. 506.82

Lake Region Special Ed 11,946.02

Lake Region State College 7,830.00

LaMotte’s Paint &

Glass Supply 5.24

Lannie Simonson

Building Co., Inc. 128.00

Dalton Longie 72.50

McQuoid’s Grocery 1,042.17

MENC 102.00

Midwest Business Systems 9,250.00

Dianne Mikkelson 15.75

MSU Division of Music 45.00

NAPA Auto Parts 3,472.44

National Geographic

School Publishing 95.85

NDACDA 25.00

NDCSA 240.00

ND Lead Center 300.00

NDSBA 375.00

ND Telephone Co. 592.96

Otter Tail Power Co. 2,255.14

Pearson Education, Inc. 120.40

Popplers Music, Inc. 2,502.45

Postmaster 7.06

Quality Welding &

Steel Sales 24.73

Region IV 50.00

Corinne Risovi 178.00

Travis Risovi 555.00

Joey Robertson 123.25

Ellen Salisbury 20.23

Emil Schoenfish 5,920.00

School Specialty 5,287.22

Kurt Sogge 20.00

Stein’s, Inc. 4,667.74

Success For

All Foundation, Inc. 2,359.40

Surpreme School

Supply Co. 48.12

Target Roofing, Inc. 128,430.00

Towner Co. Medical Center 142.75

The Mailbox 59.70

UND 1,356.19

Universal Athletic 84.59

US Toy Co./Constructive

Playthings 3,016.50

Wal-Mart 642.79

TOTAL 232,848.25

SPECIAL FUND

Capital One Bank $54.97

Creative Impressions 427.30

JS Vending 53.57

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 1,227.00

Pizza Corner Frozen Pizza 440.00

Universal Athletic 1,047.90

TOTAL 3,250.74

HOT LUNCH FUND

Dept. of Public Instruction 522.95

Food Services of America 5,321.49

Interstate Brands Corp. . 489.05

JS Vending & Wholesale 347.01

Leevers County Market 315.35

Meadow Sweet Dairy 1,136.70

US Foodservice 3,390.65

Wholesale Supply Co., Inc. 117.59

TOTAL 11,640.79

Every made a motion, seconded by Thompson, to transfer $3,500.00 to the Co-op Fund from the General Fund. On roll call vote, the motion carried.

Yri made a motion, seconded by Every, to approve the financial reports. On roll call vote, the motion carried.

Discussion was held on the roof, bus purchase, boys’ basketball co-op, stimulus money, school board convention and new copy machine.

Thompson made a motion, seconded by Every, to raise substitute teachers’ pay to $110 per day plus mileage. On roll call vote, the motion carried.

Every made a motion, seconded by Thompson, to approve the final budget for the 2009-10 school year. On roll call vote, the motion carried.

The principals gave their reports.

The next meeting will be November 9, 2009 at 6 p.m.

Thompson made a motion, seconded by Every, to adjourn the meeting. On roll call vote, the motion carried.

The meeting adjourned at 8 p.m.

Dianne Mikkelson

Business Manager

David Ambers

Chairman


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

MINNEWAUKAN SCHOOL BOARD

September 16, 2009

A regular meeting of the Minnewaukan Board of Education was called to order by Vice Chairman Laura Every on September 16, 2009 at 6 p.m.

Also present were Terry Yri, Corey Erickson, Jean Callahan, Ron Carlson, Supt. Myron Jury and Business Manager Dianne Mikkelson.

David Ambers and Randy Thompson were absent.

A motion was made by Yri, seconded by Erickson, to approve the agenda. The motion carried.

A motion was made by Erickson, seconded by Yri, to approve the minutes of the August 18, 2009 meeting. The motion carried. A motion was made by Yri, seconded by Erickson, to approve the bills for payment. The motion carried.

GENERAL FUND

Adelsman PBBS $3,079.65

Advanced Business Methods 659.20

Advanced Counseling

for Change 1,028.00

Alltel 142.37

Amazon.com 12,963.26

Eric Arness 170.89

Avi Systems, Inc. 8,204.21

Benson Co.Farmers Press 328.42

Melissa Benson 76.91

Chris Bichler 250.00

Books Are Fun 84.00

Gary Brevig 24.00

Brain Pop 1,010.00

Brodart Co. 151.00

Byte Speed, LLC 64,186.00

Capital One Bank 9,676.36

Ron Carlson 200.00

Cengage Learning 1,460.71

City of Minnewaukan 642.00

Philip Clifton 4,950.00

Darrell’s Electric, Inc. 16,636.86

Dept. of Public Instruction 280.00

Dept. of Public Instruction 45.00

Devils Lake C & F

Service Center 1,322.20

Devils Lake Journal 95.00

Deb Dyste 95.55

Ebach Construction 144.00

Educators Publishing Service 20.50

EduTech 20.00

Exhaust Pros 51.30

Expressway Suites 559.60

Farmers Union Oil Co. 382.05

Mary Feist 155.67

General Welding & Repair 306.21

Grand Forks Herald 371.80

Marc Greening 55.00

La Vae Haaland 164.66

Hartley’s School Buses, Inc. 31.18

Hasse Plumbing &

Heating, Inc. 26.75

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 1,631.80

Information Technology

Dept. 223.00

JS Vending 846.87

Lake Region Sheet Metal Inc. 68.49

Lakeside Lock & Key 595.00

LaMotte’s Paint & Glass 70.17

Lannie Simonson

Building Co., Inc. 9,752.70

Mac’s, Inc. 333.09

McQuoid’s Grocery 959.77

Dianne Mikkelson 190.05

Mi-Ty Contracting 6,470.00

Minnewaukan School 10,000.00

Mobile Experts

Computer Service 2,250.00

NAPA Auto Parts 3,100.32

NDACDA 105.00

NDCEL 720.00

ND Center For

Distance Education 118.67

NDHSCA 110.00

NDIAAA 85.00

ND Lead Center 300.00

ND Surplus Property 274.00

ND Telephone Co. 533.07

Otter Tail Power Co. 1,392.23

Pizza Ranch 133.40

Popplers Music, Inc. 1,102.39

Postmaster 70.57

Renaissance Learning, Inc. 45,064.21

Sax Arts & Crafts 116.55

School Specialty 310.05

Scholastic 54.45

Sporting News 14.87

Staloch Construction 4,320.00

Stein’s, Inc. 1,173.25

Success For All

Foundation, Inc. 5,011.50

Supreme School

Supply Co. 780.53

Time 108.40

Trend Enterprises, Inc. 86.18

Universal Athletic 2,335.72

Vernier Software &

Technology 9,111.59

Wal-Mart Community 859.58

Youngs 23.64

Ziegler Heating & Appliance 7,969.00

TOTAL 248,616.25

SPECIAL FUND

Capital One 222.76

Js Vending & Wholesale 406.83

Maddock School 273.00

Mcquoid’s Grocery 22.40

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 968.52

Region IV Speech & Music 125.00

Stumps 173.27

The Cottage 100.00

TOTAL 2,291.78

HOT LUNCH

Dakota Food Equipment 522.20

Dept. of Public Instruction 86.91

Food Services of America 871.49

Interstate Brands Corp. . 470.40

JS Vending & Wholesale 22.58

Leevers County Market 66.58

McQuoid’s Grocery 149.03

Meadow Sweet Dairy 442.88

Donna Smith 54.21

Us Foodservice Inc. . 2,660.54

Wholesale Supply Co., Inc. . 2,509.80

TOTAL 7,856.62

A motion was made by Yri, seconded by Erickson, to approve transferring $10,000 from the General Fund to the Hot Lunch Fund. The motion carried.

A motion was made by Erickson, seconded by Yri, to approve the financial reports. The motion carried.

Discussion was held on the roof project, bus purchase, the parking lot, Graham’s Island School property, basketball co-op, sports activities, stimulus money. kindergarten staff, the school board convention and a copy machine.

The principals gave their reports.

The next meeting will be October 12, 2009 at 6 p.m.

A motion was made by Yri, seconded by Erickson, to adjourn the meeting. The motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 7:30 p.m.

Dianne Mikkelson

Business Manager

Laura Every

Vice Chairman


NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION

CITY OF MINNEWAUKAN

Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of December, 2009 the City of Minnewaukan will hold a special city election. Polls will be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. that day at the Minnewaukan Senior Citizens Community Center.

Voters will elect a mayor to complete an unexpired four-year term until June of 2010 and a member of the city council to complete an unexpired two-year term until June of 2010.

Debra Trnka

City Auditor


MINUTES OF SPECIAL MEETING

MADDOCK CITY COUNCIL

October 28, 2009

Mayor Rodney Maddock called a special meeting of the Maddock City Council to order at 12 noon at the Maddock City Hall. Present were council members Kent Neppl, Kay Feig, Marilyn Allan and Larry Summers. Others present were Frank Mosser, Keith Winson, Donna Rice, Priscilla Backstrom and Barbara Dammen.

The reason for the special meeting was to discuss funding for the street project and the North Dakota Public Employees Retirement System (NDPERS).

Barbara Dammen, program benefit specialist with the NDPERS, gave a presentation on the NDPERS retirement program. A motion was made by Neppl, seconded by Feig, to offer the NDPERS Defined Benefit Retirement Plan to all eligible city employees. The motion carried.

A motion was made by Summers, seconded by Feig, to cash Sewer CD’s

#10509 and 11397 in the amount of $30,214.31 to be transferred to the General Fund and applied to the street repairs. The motion carried.

The meeting adjourned.

Pamela Lee

City Auditor

Rodney Maddock

Mayor


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