12/16/2009 – Public Notices


 

 

OBERON CITY COUNCIL

November 2, 2009

A regular meeting of the Oberon City Council was held November 2, 2009. Present were Mayor James Nelson and council members Eloise Ploium and Pete Hager. Absent were Doug Schmid and Dale Stenberg.

Also present was City Auditor Linda Walters.

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Nelson.

Minutes of the October meeting were read. Hager made a motion to approve the minutes. Ploium seconded. The motion carried.

The city water test for October 15, 2009 was negative.

The ND Telephone Co. is increasing its rates from 7c per minute to 10c per minute for the Nationwide Plus Plan.

Janice Hager requested $150 for hours spent on the 2006 state audit report. A motion was made by Ploium to pay Janice. Hager seconded. The motion carried.

A correction to the September bills paid was made. Linda Walters received $369.40 and Jessi Knatterud received $369.40. Hager made a motion to make the correction. Ploium seconded. The motion carried.

A motion was made by Ploium to have city checks signed by Mayor James Nelson and City Auditor Linda Walters. Hager seconded. The motion carried.

A motion was made by Ploium to have checks for the Oberon Park District signed by President Anne Nelson and City Auditor Linda Walters. The motion carried.

A motion was made by Hager to authorize City Auditor Linda Walters or Mayor James Nelson to have access to the city of Oberon’s safe deposit box in Minnewaukan. The motion carried.

Hager made a motion to pay the bills. Ploium seconded. The motion carried. Bills approved are as follows:

Otter Tail Power Co. $47.56

ND Telephone Co. . 59.87

Waste Management 766.93

Hoiberg’s Office Supply 5.68

Hawkins, Inc. 1,142.86

ND Public Health Lab 32.00

Benson Co. Farmers Press 110.55

City of Oberon 138.00

Corey Ploium 184.70

Linda Walters 369.40

Janice Hager 150.00

A motion was made by Hager to support military personnel in the Community Military Covenant.

Ploium seconded. The motion carried.

A special meeting of the Oberon City Council will be held November 5, 2009 to review and approve the 2010 budget.

A motion was made by Hager to adjourn the meeting. Ploium seconded. The motion carried.

Linda Walters

City Auditor

James C. Nelson

Mayor


MINUTES OF SPECIAL MEETING

OBERON CITY COUNCIL

November 5, 2009

A special meeting of the Oberon City Council was held November 5, 2009. Present were Mayor James Nelson and council members Doug Schmid and Dale Stenberg. Absent were Eloise Ploium and Pete Hager. Also present was City Auditor Linda Walters.

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Nelson.

The proposed 2010 city budget was reviewed.

A motion was made by Schmid to adopt the budget as written. Stenberg seconded. The motion carried.

A motion was made by Stenberg to adjourn the meeting. Schmid seconded. The motion carried and the meeting adjourned.

Linda Walters

City Auditor

James C. Nelson

Mayor


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

MINNEWAUKAN CITY COUNCIL

December 8, 2009

A regular meeting of the Minnewaukan City Council

was held Tuesday, December 8, 2009 at the city

library at 5:30 p.m. Present were Acting Mayor

Mark Motis, Mayor-Elect Trish McQuoid, council

members Rita Staloch and Steve Huffman, council

member-elect Shane Monda, City Auditor Deb Trnka,

Ward Christensen, Allan Nord and Don Trnka.

A motion was made by Huffman to approve the

agenda with the addition of Christmas bonus.

Staloch seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

The new members of the city council were sworn in.

A motion was made by Huffman to sign a letter of

support to the Public Service Commission

regarding cell phone service. Monda seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Motis to allow the back room

of the library to be used as a craft/meeting

space for some Minnewaukan women. Staloch

seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Staloch to approve the

conservation easement for Sherman Cline. Motis

seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Staloch to approve the

minutes from 11-10-09, 12-01-09 and 12-03-09.

Motis seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Motis to put up signs saying

the city’s noise ordinance will be enforced.

Monda seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Huffman to renew a CD for 13

months at 1.75%. Staloch seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Staloch to approve a liquor

license for 2010. Motis seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Motis to allow the city

auditor and mayor to pay bills received after the

regular meeting (NDTC, Alltel and Otter Tail

Power Co.). Monda seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Huffman to accept a proposal

by System Control Services Corporation to update

the water plant with two additions to make the

total of the proposal $21,100. Motis seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

All employee reviews will be done in January of 2010.

A motion was made by Huffman to give the four

city employees a $70.00 (before taxes) Christmas

bonus. Motis seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Huffman to put Trish

McQuoid’s name on the signature card at the bank.

Motis seconded. The motion carried unanimously.

A motion was made by Huffman to pay all bills

with the exception of Target Roofing. Monda

seconded. The motion carried unanimously. Bills approved are as follows:

Ferrellgas $455.76

Election workers 261.00

Council members 1,800.00

New council members 200.00

Traynor Law Firm 100.00

FSA janitorial contract 977.98

Quill Office Products 976.09

Northern Plains Electric 449.37

ND Department of Health 16.00

McQuoid’s Grocery 373.79

KLJ 2,662.28

Johnson Electric 56.00

Benson Co. Farmers Press 133.33

Double M Sanitation 2,750.00

Commercial Maint. Chemical 241.02

Alltel 56.47

Ward Christensen 54.15

ND Telephone Co. . 211.95

Postmaster 221.70

AmeriPride 68.75

Otter Tail Power Co. 1,968.32

Hawkins 561.57

Sheriff 300.00

Payroll 4,365.80

Payroll Liabilities 679.95

LIBRARY FUND

Payroll liabilities $238.48

Payroll 689.62

There being no further business the meeting adjourned.

Debra Trnka

City Auditor

Trish McQuoid

Mayor


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

OBERON SCHOOL BOARD

November 9, 2009

A regular meeting of the Oberon School Board was

held November 9, 2009. Present were Yvonne Thumb,

Louise DeMarce, Karen Peterson, Tina Ross, Roger

Skadsem, Principal Kenneth Ploium and Business

Manager Renae Kennedy. Also present was Doug Straus from G&R Controls.

Straus explained who G&R Controls is, what they

can do for the school and described the process

the board would go through for the school’s

construction needs. The board will wait to start

on a preliminary survey until it hears from the

state about construction approval.

A motion was made, seconded and carried 5-0 to

approve the minutes of the October 12 meeting as read.

A motion was made, seconded and carried 5-0 to accept the bills as presented.

Wal-Mart $214.87

Sam’s Club 393.57

NDCSA 60.00

ESAND 85.00

NDSBA 125.00

Spirit & Pride 52.60

Susan Hultgren 181.50

Otter Tail Power Co. 421.01

City of Oberon 287.79

Julie Schuler 469.80

Houghton Mifflin 58.40

K.J. Schwartz Engineering 2,559.72

MedCenter One 90.00

Quill 44.91

R&R Computers 25.00

Damian Kennedy 406.35

Corey Ploium 124.62

Naomi Damschen 85.23

Betty Rushfeldt 237.00

Kenneth Ploium 332.17

Kenneth Ploium 16.50

Renae Kennedy 459.15

Renae Kennedy 7.42

Betty Georgeson 3,605.06

Doris Griffin 104.24

Nathan’s 110.00

Teresa Delorme 428.00

ND Telephone Co. 123.49

Eye on Education 69.90

Center Coal Company 622.63

Foss Trucking 983.10

Job Service of ND 4.59

Best Western Ramkota 365.00

The Home Shop 165.00

Northland Financial 19,037.03

Toshiba 98.61

Miller’s Fresh Foods 14.52

NDDPI 90.00

Farmer’s Union 1,301.09

Benson Co. Farmers Press 85.09

J S Vending 79.82

Sandy Swenson 39.00

Paul Stensland 138.53

Rosa Deschamp 100.00

Cindy Knowlen 230.88

Postmaster 23.68

LUNCH BILLS

Meadow Sweet Dairy $640.05

NDDPI 189.67

Wally’s 17.94

J S Vending 372.94

Renae Kennedy 10.45

The revised complaint policy was brought to the

board. A motion was made, seconded and carried

5-0 to accept the complaint policy.

A motion was made, seconded and carried 5-0 to

reject the one bid for the mini-bus. It will be

advertised again with bids due December 4.

The Indian Policy and Procedure was brought to

the board for review. A motion was made, seconded

and carried 5-0 to keep it the same.

Louise DeMarce brought up concerns about the

nutrition of the school lunch program. A

committee of Louise DeMarce, Karen Peterson and

Yvonne Thumb was formed to discuss and develop

nutrition guidelines for the school.

A parents’ meeting will be held November 19 at 5 p.m.

Mr. Ploium presented the calendar of events.

Renae Kennedy presented the financials.

The next board meeting will be December 7 at 6 p.m.

The meeting adjourned.

Renae Kennedy

Business Manager


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

LEEDS SCHOOL BOARD

November 19, 2009

A regular meeting of the Leeds School Board met

November 19, 2009. Present were Randy Silliman,

Gene Larson, Linda Young, Gay Leapaldt and Brian

Engstrom, Supt. Joel Braaten, High School

Principal Jeff Manley, Elementary Principal Carol

Braaten and Business Manager Maria Dunlap.

Additions to the agenda were: 5. Unfinished

Business: basketball co-op; 8. New Business: hire

Patty Haagenson as part-time Title I instructor.

The minutes of the previous regular meeting on

October 14, 2009 were approved as written.

Mr. Braaten gave an update on the basketball

co-op. The Maddock School Board is interested in

a basketball co-op for 2010-2011. There will need

to be a meeting between the Leeds, Minnewaukan

and Maddock School Boards in December.

Mr. Braaten read a letter from the state auditor

which approved the district’s annual audit report.

It was moved, seconded and carried to approve

bills and financial reports. Bills approved are as follows:

ABC $237.45

Anderson, April 75.00

Anne Carlsen Center

For Children 1,458.80

B & H Oil Co. 4,744.17

Beckman, Colleen 461.81

Benson Co. Farmers Press 149.41

Braaten, Carol 32.50

Braaten, Joel 453.50

Chad’s Amoco Inc. 733.21

City of Leeds 159.00

Computer Store, Inc. 3,366.03

Dakota Implement 8.62

Dakota Truck & Farm Serv. 184.35

Dakota Web Composers,

LLC 119.00

Dunlap, Maria 459.02

Expressway Suites 126.00

Farmers Union Oil Co. 465.60

Gaffaney’s, Inc. 13.69

Good Samaritan Hospital

Assn. 11.88

Graybar 53.42

Hazelden Publishing 467.61

Heart of America Medical

Center 11.88

Houghton Mifflin 253.50

Information Technology

Department 149.00

Johnson Clinic, PC 75.00

L&H Plumbing & Heating 75.00

Lake Lumber, Inc. 61.68

Leeds Destination

Imagination 390.00

Leeds Honor Society 80.87

Leeds School Foodservice

Fund 1,616.57

Leevers Super Valu 15.60

Mac’s Inc. 7.31

Manley, Jeffrey 227.49

Menards – Minot 316.82

Minot Public Schools 260.00

Nathan, Karyn 157.81

National Geographic Society 15.90

ND School for the Deaf 4,408.00

ND Telephone Co. 319.53

Office of State Auditor 165.00

Officemax 60.39

Popplers Music, Inc. 403.79

Praxair Distribution, Inc. 21.30

Quill Corporation 364.58

Ramkota Hotel 440.00

Really Good Stuff 24.94

Renaissance Learning, Inc. 598.30

Rolle, Gary 60.75

Sax Arts & Crafts 53.73

Schoenfish, Emil R. CPA 680.00

Scholastic, Inc. 425.00

Scott’s Construction 1,120.00

Software Unlimited, Inc. 450.00

Staples 28.28

Stein’s, Inc. 827.58

Tate Topa Tribal School 105.00

Altru Clinic 140.00

Baker’s Plays 70.00

Chad’s Amoco 593.40

City of Leeds 94.36

Expressway Suites 79.89

Jacobson, Lucia 130.00

Minot State University 80.00

ND ACDA 15.00

ND CEL 110.00

Otter Tail Power Co. 4,008.63

Rolette School 50.00

Time For Kids 17.00

Tracy’s Market 216.76

Brown, M. Jane 359.42

Clute Office Equipment, Inc. 120.00

Dakota Assemblies 375.00

Duran, Brandi 378.00

Leeds Book Fund 650.00

Leeds Postmaster 289.80

Leeds Volleyball 628.60

Menards – Minot 26.94

Moller’s, Inc. 34.87

North Dakot Safety Council 227.40

Tracy’s Market 222.56

US Foodservice, Inc. 6.24

TOTAL 36,974.54

Mr. Manley presented the high school principal’s

report: Students of the First Quarter are Shelby

Jorgenson, Mylie Herman, Seth Bisbee, Kyle

Jorgenson, Logan Gunderson and Morgan Leapaldt;

Regional One-Act Play; District III FCCLA

leadership meeting; Lauren Olson, Meghan

Jorgenson and Danielle Redetzke performed in the

Northwest Music Festival; media field trip to

Grand Forks by sophomore English students;

National FFA Dairy Foods team placed 12 out of 36

teams; and 42 students are interested in a math club.

It was moved, seconded and carried to add a math

club to extracurricular activities.

Mr. Manley presented the athletic director’s

notes: girls’ basketball started November 16;

Allison Manley was named to the All-District

Volleyball Team; Matt Swanson, J.D. Schmid, Brad

Nelsen and Trevor Knutson were named to the

Football All-Region Team; Alyssa Anderson

placed fourth at the state cross-country meet;

the football banquet was held in Minnewaukan

November 16; and the volleyball and cross-country

banquet will be held in Leeds November 23.

Mrs. Braaten presented the elementary principal’s

report: the Elementary Fall Festival Program will

be held November 20; the elementary boys’

basketball tournament will be held in Leeds

November 21; Mrs. Yoder is advising a Lego Team

of sixth graders — Lane Ritterman, Nikara

Nelsen, Joe Silliman, Richelle Darling, Garrett

Featherstone, Devin Schwanke and Jessica Sexton;

Leeds Elementary placed fourth in the state for

"Hoops for Hearts," raising $2,861.

Mr. Braaten reported on the law seminar and NDSBA Convention.

It was moved, seconded and carried to accept the

tuition agreement for Veronica and Beth Alexander

to attend Devils Lake Public Schools.

It was moved, seconded and carried to approve the

first reading of the School Bus Idling Policy.

Mr. Braaten presented bus bids.

It was moved, seconded and carried to accept the

bid and purchase the 2010 Bluebird bus with 2007

emissions from Hartley’s for $73,550.

Mr. Braaten reported on the mill levies for Benson County.

The board was informed that the Superintendent’s

Formative Evaluations are due December 15.

Mr. Braaten presented the superintendent’s

report: NESC meeting — applied for RTI grant;

H1N1 update; the Instant Alert system; and new volleyball uniforms.

The next meeting is scheduled for December 9, 2009 at 7 p.m.

The meeting adjourned.

Maria Dunlap

Business Manager

Randy Silliman

President


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

MADDOCK SCHOOL BOARD

December 9, 2009

A regular meeting of the Maddock School Board was

held December 9, 2009 at 4:15 p.m. Present were

Vice President Becky Brandvold, David Kenner,

Randy Benson, Mark Kallenbach, Superintendent Kim

Anderson, Principal Penny Leier and Business

Manager Brenda Fossen. Guests were Angie Slaubaugh and Gary Wald.

A motion was made by Benson, seconded by

Kallenbach, to approve the agenda. The motion carried.

A motion was made by Kenner, seconded by Benson,

to approve the minutes of November 10, the

General Fund bills totaling $14,438.58 and the

Food Service and Activities reports. The motion

carried. Bills approved for payment are as follows:

Ag Resources $232.00

Altru Health System 2,052.00

Benson County

Events Center 1,150.00

Benson Co. Farmers Press 84.42

Brown & Saenger 8.91

Cenex Convenience Card 23.06

City of Maddock 3,116.16

Cole Papers 36.66

Dakota Web Composers 90.00

Devils Lake Glass & Paint 52.98

Ecolab Pest Elimination 117.00

Farmers Union Oil Co. 3,300.25

Follett Software Co. 500.00

Grand International 237.00

Harlow’s Bus Sales 126.90

Information Technology

Dept. 172.00

Johnson Clinic, PC 75.00

Kmart 240.84

LannIe Simonson

Building Co. 324.60

Lyle Signs, Inc. 39.24

NAPA Auto Supply 7.08

Networking Specialists, Inc. 321.25

ND Safety Council 166.76

ND Telephone Co. 361.86

Northland Coal Equipment 126.00

Quill Corportation 411.55

School Specialty, Inc. 128.10

Schoolmasters 369.60

Share Corporation 433.49

Tate Topa Tribal School 70.00

Tracy’s Market 54.03

United Parcel Service 9.84

TOTAL 14,438.58

The principals reported on activities through the

Christmas break and fund raising for playground equipment.

Mrs. Anderson gave a SMART Board presentation

comparing services, costs and other

considerations between the Lonetree Special Ed.

and the Lake Region Special Ed. A motion was made

by Kenner, seconded by Kallenbach, to transfer to

Lake Region Special Ed. beginning with the

2010-2011 school year and to notify Lonetree

Special Ed. by January 15, 2010 of the transfer.

The roll call vote was all in favor.

Discussion was held on proceeding with sports

co-op discussions with Leeds and Minnewaukan for boys’ and girls’ basketball.

Formative evaluations were discussed with Mrs. Anderson.

Dave Kenner volunteered to represent the school at MEDC meetings.

Becky Brandvold will be our NESC alternate at governing board meetings.

The next regular meeting will be January 13, 2010

at 4:30 p.m. The meeting adjourned.

Brenda Fossen

Business Manager

Minutes are submitted for publication prior to board approval.


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

LEEDS CITY COUNCIL

November 2, 2009

The Leeds City Council met in regular session

November 2, 2009 at 6 p.m. at the Leeds City

Hall. Present were council members Lori Nelsen,

Betty Anderson, Pete Ritterman and Kyle Nelsen.

Also present was Aaron Dalgliesh and Jeff

Jacobson. Betty Anderson called the meeting to order.

Aaron Dalgliesh spoke to the council about his

nuisance letter. He hasn’t had time to get his

yard cleaned up this fall, but he will get it

taken care of as soon as possible.

A motion was made by Lori Nelsen, seconded by

Pete Ritterman, to approve the minutes. The motion carried.

Jeff Jacobson came to the meeting on behalf of

the Leeds Park Board. The Park Board met once a

month this past summer and their books are in

order. Members of the Park Board are Brad

Kitzmann, Jeff Manley, Rick Darling, Sam Hansen

and Jeff Jacobson. The city park is the next

project on the list and they hope to start

working on it next spring and summer. The

bathrooms are now working at the baseball

diamond. The Park Board is considering looking

into Porta-Potties for the city park. The Park

Board received a $5,000 grant from Enbridge that

will be put towards buying new doors for the

pool. Dennis Paulson is going to order the doors

and the Leeds Active Women are going to paint the building.

John VonAlmon requested that some rough roads in

town be bladed. Pete Ritterman will contact someone to get this done.

Arrearage payment plans were reviewed. A motion

was made by Pete Ritterman, seconded by Betty

Anderson, to accept payments plans. The motion carried.

Brandi Anderson submitted her time sheet. The

council discussed restructuring the auditor’s

pay. Hours will be based on a 25 hour work week.

Anything over 25 hours will be paid at $12.50 per

hour. A motion was made by Kyle Nelsen, seconded

by Lori Nelsen, to accept the restructuring of

the auditor’s pay. The motion carried.

Any house in town that has seasonal water users

must now pay for the whole year. If the resident

does not want to pay monthly, they can opt to

have the water shut off by the city maintenance

supervisor. They will then be responsible for a

shut off and reconnect fees. If the curb stop

needs to be dug up to shut the water off, it will

be at the expense of the property owner.

The city council reviewed water, sewer and garbage.

Brandi Anderson will put a message on the WSG

bills for any resident with a faulty water meter to contact the city office.

New council members were sworn in.

Kyle Nelsen will write a letter to auditors

around the state asking for bids to do the Leeds City Audit.

The grant money for the water plant is ready. The

city needs a licensed contractor to do the work.

The next project the city intends to pursue in 2010 is the lagoon.

Jady Stuberg will shut off the Cardtrol effective

immediately. Any users who need water will have

to stop by the city office and pay the $25 annual fee.

Craig Estenson of Warwick had the highest bid on

the city’s mower. Brandi Anderson will contact

him about payment information so he can pick up the mower before winter.

A motion was made by Lori Nelsen, seconded by

Betty Anderson, to buy a lock box for WSG

payments, not to exceed $125. The motion carried.

Brandi Anderson will revise the nuisance letter.

Residents will not have to have the work done in

30 days, but council would like a plan from the resident.

The council went into executive session.

The council adjourned executive session.

Cash receipts were reviewed.

A motion was made by Lori Nelsen, seconded by

Pete Ritterman, to pay bills.The motion carried. Bills are as follows:

NAPA $66.00

Rugby Sanitation 3,400.00

NPEC 385.38

Benson Co. Sheriff Dept. 200.00

Brandi Anderson 31.19

Benson Co. Farmers Press 227.13

Tracy’s Market 29.00

Library 420.97

Deb Arens 3,255.00

Kyle Nelsen 28.05

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned.

Brandi Anderson

City Auditor

Betty Anderson

Presiding


MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING

LEEDS CITY COUNCIL

November 23, 2009

The Leeds City Council met in regular session

November 23, 2009 at 6 p.m. at the Leeds City

Hall. Present were council members Lori Nelsen,

Betty Anderson, Pete Ritterman and Kyle Nelsen.

Also present was Jady Stuberg and Bonnie Tuttle.

Betty Anderson called the meeting to order.

Bonnie Tuttle came in to speak on behalf of

Dennis Vance about the beautification letter that

was sent out regarding his property. The family

is not going to do anything with the property

until Mr. Vance returns to town. The council gave

Ms. Tuttle a complaint form to send to Mr. Vance’s sister.

A motion was made by Lori Nelsen, seconded by

Pete Ritterman, to approve the minutes. The motion carried.

The city council reviewed the past, present and upcoming calendar.

Arrearage payment plans were reviewed. A motion

was made by Pete Ritterman, seconded by Betty

Anderson, to accept payments plans. The motion carried.

Jady Stuberg reported on city maintenance issues.

FEMA was in town to review the claim submitted

for the roads. They will only consider paying for

roads that were damaged by river or water bed

overflow, so many of the paved roads in town will not be considered.

A motion was made by Pete Ritterman, seconded by

Lori Nelsen, to hire Kory Dokken to consult on

the lift station. The motion carried.

Brandi Anderson will start a FEMA road file.

The landfill inspector came and spoke with Jady

Stuberg. There was a burn violation at the dump

ground and several barrels need to be hauled to

Minot. Someone will be out to bale the scrap metal soon.

Jady Stuberg spoke to Rich Olson from Devils Lake

about the cost of a GPS unit. Jady Stuberg needs

a GPS unit for mapping water lines and curb stops in town.

Jady Stuberg discharged the lagoon. The water

tower is cleaned and winterized. H&H Coatings

will attend a meeting in the near future.

The city of Rugby’s sanitation department came

and swept the streets and cleaned out the

manholes and storm drains for $55 per hour. The

city would like this done once a year.

A motion was made by Pete Ritterman, seconded by

Kyle Nelsen, to have Jady Stuberg buy some

rebuilt digital water meters. The motion carried.

The Midwest Assistance Program of Jamestown is

going to provide technical assistance by doing a

rate and usage survey for water, sewer and

garbage. The city received a grant that will pay for this service in full.

The city council reviewed water, sewer and garbage.

Brandi Anderson will send Rod Baker a notice that

his abandoned vehicles need to be removed.

Chad Nelsen is replacing the hood and bumper on

the new city truck. He is also putting on the

plow. He is authorized to purchase city decals for the truck.

Jady Stuberg will call Rich Reilly from North

Dakota Work Force Safety and Insurance about getting some safety equipment.

A motion was made by Lori Nelsen, seconded by

Pete Ritterman, to accept Brandi Anderson’s

purchase authorization for office supplies. The motion carried.

A motion was made to accept a snow removal bid

from Ritterman Trucking. A roll call vote was

taken. Betty Anderson, Lori Nelsen and Kyle

Nelsen voted yes. Pete Ritterman abstained. The motion carried.

Betty Anderson will go to the United Community

Bank and sign for the equipment loan as soon as it is ready.

A motion was made by Lori Nelsen, seconded by

Betty Anderson, for Kyle Nelsen to call the Bank

of North Dakota and discussed the city’s obligations. The motion carried.

Rick Anderson recommended that the city call a contractor about the lagoon.

The city council appointed a lagoon subcommittee.

Members are Pete Ritterman, Kyle Nelsen and Jady Stuberg.

Kyle Nelsen will call about renting the Bartle’s

shop for $100 a month to store some city equipment.

The city council went into executive session.

The city council ended executive session.

Cash receipts were reviewed.

A motion was made by Lori Nelsen, seconded by

Pete Ritterman, to pay bills. The motion carried. Bills are as follows:

Leeds School $90.00

ND Public Health Lab 16.00

One Call Concepts 9.10

City of Minot 60.00

Home of Economy 26.58

LTAP 50.00

Otter Tail Power Co. 1,377.39

ND Telephone Co. 97.73

Chad’s Amoco 3,729.62

Benson Co. Highway Dept. 36.29

Tracy’s Market 11.02

Hawkins 538.48

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned.

Brandi Anderson

City Auditor

Betty Anderson

Presiding


AGENDA

MINNEWAUKAN SCHOOL BOARD

December 16, 2009 – 6 p.m.

I. Call to order

II. Additions to and approval of agenda

III. Delegations and communications. A.

Opportunity for public to speak; B. Coaches

Swanson and Weisser to meet with board and report on teams

IV. Reading and approval of the minutes

V. Presentation of bills

VI. Reports. A. General Fund; B. Special Fund; C.

Hot lunch; D. Capital projects

VII. Old business. A. Superintendent’s

evaluation; B.Stan Olson house discussion; C.

Vacation schedule; D. Bus repair discussion; E. Graham’s Island discussion

VIII. New business. A. Report on school

improvement process (Jean); B. Mill levy

discussion; C. Basketball co-op discussion

IX. Principals’ reports

X. Next meeting date and time

XI. Adjournment

(Publish Dec. 16, 2009)


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