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OTICES THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, APRIL I 8, 2018 Page 9 Notice to Creditors City Of Park River, North Dakota Regular Council Meeting CITY OF PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA, REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2018 AT 7:30 PM. Published Subject to the Governing Body's Review and Revision The City of Park River held their regular meeting of the Park River City Council on Monday, April 9, 2018 at 7:30 PM. Mayor Stenvold called the meeting to order; upon roll call the following were Present: Council members Arvid Knutson, Robert Lundquist III, Dwight Byron, and Keith Anderson, City Attorney Tracy Laaveg, Public Works Director (PWD) Dennis Larson, Coordinator/Auditor Nancy Thompson, and Assessor/Deputy Auditor Ann Berg. By phone Council member Kyle Halvorson, Absent: None. Others present: Sean Cantellay, Jason Lindell, Julie Kadlec Vorachek, Gary Greicar, Glen Wharam, Joe Miller, Matt Oppegard, Doug Leith, Harold & Julie Johnston, Laura Alkofer, Dean Skjerven, Orville Aune, Heather Leith, Michael Helt, Julie Campbell, Joseph Fietek, Steve Rehovsky, Harold Myrdal, Curtis Sarkilahti, Warren Denault, Allison Climb, Daryl Larson, Laurie Larson and Ryan Graf of AE2S. Cit) of Edinhurg Council Proceedings Additions and changes to agenda: To New Business add; appoint deputy municipal clerk of court, open bids for motor grader, remove; accept & award bids. Knutson moved and Anderson seconded to approve the changes to the agenda. Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. Comments and Questions From Citizens: Sean Cantellay introduced himself to the Council. He is from the Seattle area and is looking at purchasing the former "Out To Lunch" building. He is looking at providing casual dining with seasonal dishes, wood fired pizza, handcrafted burgers & sandwiches, regional game and produce along with French inspired American classics which he will pair with wine & regional beers. He is looking at partnering with local farmers and artisans to showcase the flavors & bounty of the region. He is asking the Council to reconsider issuing a restaurant wine & beer license so he can serve beverages with the meals. He would like to be open before July 4th of this year and is planning on relocating his family to Park River; they have visited several times and fell in love with the City. He plans on being open 11:00 am to 11:00 pm and will consider adding a breakfast menu in the future. Thompson asked if he will purchase the building if the Council does not add the wine & beer license to the ordinance. He replied no he would not. Hleather Leith inquired if he plans on working with other businesses & , Cantellay replied he does. Jason Lindell commented main street is not what it once was & will never be what it was and now is the time to be innovative and change. Council members Halvorson & Byron mentioned constituents in their wards are for opening the cafe. Lundquist asked why issue a new license now when previously a business asked for one and they were denied. Lindell responded that maybe if a license had been issued that business might still be open. Knutson stated the Council cannot limit who wants to come to town & open a business. Cantellay thanked the Council and hopes they will take his request into consideration. City Of Park River, North Dakota Special Council Meeting City Of Park Ri er, North l)akota Proceedings of Cit) Board Of Equalization Approval of Minutes: Lorton moved, and Byron seconded to accept the minutes from the March 12, 2018 regular meeting with corrections: under citizens comments un-bold and correct the word deliquiate and replace it with delinquent. Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. Unfinished Business: Knutson moved and Byron seconded the approve the first reading of Ordinance 2.b amending the Liquor License. Laaveg present information to the Council which will add a new food and beverage specialty license for on sale only; adding a temporary seasonal club license at a prorated fee and adding language regarding persons under 21 years of age on licensed premises. (Copies of entire ordinance may be viewed at the Auditor's office or on the City website.) Upon roll call vote all voted aye. M/C. Lundquist moved and Lorton seconded to approve the second reading amending Ordinance 3.B.1 Control of Dogs and Cates. (Copies of entire ordinance may be viewed at the Auditor's office or on the City website.) Upon roll call vote all voted aye. M/C. Lundquist moved and Anderson seconded to approve the second reading amending Ordinance 25.a. which governs traffic and safety. Pursuant to review and request of law enforcement and the municipal attorney with the goal of increasing traffic safety, the following changes are requested to Ordinance 25a, which governs traffic and safety: Section 1: Section 1. - Adoption of North Dakota Century Code Adoption of North Dakota Century Code. There is hereby adopted by the City of Park River, for the purpose of providing for additional regulations for traffic within the bounds and jurisdiction of the City of Park River, as well as regulation of operators, being particularly the adoption of the following statutes, to- wit: 39-06-38, 39-06-01, 39-06-16, 39-06-1=7, 39-06-40, 39-06-40.1, 39-06- 42, 39-06-44, 39-06-45, 39-07-08, 39-29-09 (except 39-29-09 (5 c). 39-29- 10, Ch a p t e r 39-04, Chapter 39-06.1, Chapter 39-0 7, Chapter 39-08, Chapter 39-09, Chapter 39-10, Chapter 39-10.1, Chapter 39-10.2, Chapter 39-13, Chapter 39-21. Reason: Said changes are requested to increase the fines collected in municipal court and allow more sentencing options. Said changes involve the following statutes: Citation Description fine 39-06-01 Operators must be licensed $20 39-06-16 License to be carried and exhibited on demand $20 39-06-17 Violation of restricted license B misd. 39-07-08 Violate promise to appear B misd. Ch.39 -10.2 Motorcycles Various 39-29-02 Registration of off highway vehicles $50 39-29-09 Operation of off- high way vehicles (side by sides) Section 5 refers to DUI on side by side) $10, 20 or B misd. 39-29-10 Operation of Off-high way vehicles under age 16 $10 Section 10: Parking: Manner specified in certain areas Diagonal parking shall be employed on Briggs Avenue between Third Street and Sixth Street, and on Fourth Street from the alley of Blocks Nine and Sixteen to Code Avenue and from the alley of blocks Ten and Fifteen to Railroad Avenue West, on Fifth Street from Code Avenue to Railroad Avenue West, and on the West side of Code Avenue from Vivian Street to the South boundary of Cecil Street. On all other streets, parking shall be parallel with the curb and within one foot (11 of same. No vehicle shall be parked on any street, alley, or City parking lot for a longer period than forty-eight (48) hours. Nor shall it be parked in the direction opposite the traffic flow (wrong side of the street). When said forty-eight (48) hours shall have elapsed and said vehicle shall not have been moved for a distance of more than one (1) block or three hundred (300) feet, whichever is less, then said vehicle shall be constructed to have remained stationary. (Copies of entire ordinance may be viewed at the Auditor's office or on the City website.) Upon roll call vote all voted aye. M/C. Committee Reports: None New Business: Knutson moved, and Byron seconded to approve the Bank of ND Pool Pledge dated March 2018. Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. Ryan Graf of Advanced Engineering presented information to the Council on Street Improvement District 2018-t resolutions which need to be approved for the project to continue and went over the information. The map of the project area and a list of the properties in the assessment district were included with the resolutions. A notice to protest the project will be published in the WC Press and a hearing will be scheduled. One bid was received for the 1979 Fiat Ellis motor grader with a snow wing the City advertised for sale. Jerry Loftsgard submitted a bid for $2,210. PWD Larson recommended to accept Loftsgard's bid. Lundquist moved and Anderson seconded to accept Loftsgard's bid. Upon roll call vote all voted aye. M/C. Mayor's Comments: Stenvold appointed Nancy Thompson as deputy municipal clerk. Stenvold shared information he received from the ND DOT informing him that LED stop signs will be installed to replace the current signs at the intersection of Hwy's 32 & 17. Caution signs will be installed on Hwy 17 and all new signs will have red reflective tape on them. Public Works: Larson informed the Council that Spring clean-up will start on Tuesday, May 15th. Residential electric customers are asked to call the water plant at 284-6399 before 4:00 PM, Monday, May 14th to sign-up for pick-up. Auditor & Assessor Reports: Byron moved, and Anderson seconded to approve payment of the following bills. Upon roll call vote all voted aye. M/C. General Fund & Municipal Utilities 34789 Postmaster $269.05 34790 Aflac $130.92 91 Discovery Benefits $210.00 92 NDPERS $436.27 93 NDPERS $5,826.97 94 BC/BS of North Dakota $8,006.5O 96 2016 Electrical Upgrade $8,000.0O 97 AmeriPride Services, Inc $193.45 98 Aqua-Pure Inc. $2,754.91 99 Banyon Data Systems, Inc $795.0O 34800 Cardmember Service $255.96 1 City of Fargo $28.00 2 Productivity Plus Account $268.39 3 Consolidated Waste, LTD. $17,136.45 4 Dakota Supply Group $77.75 5 Dale's Small Engine Repair LLC $325.00 6 Discovery Benefits, Inc $11.00 7 Ethanol Products, LLC $1,770.12 8 Funded Depreciation $5,001.00 9 General Funded Depreciation $2,223.00 34810 Graymont (Wl) LLC $4,198.70 11 Hanson's Auto & Implement $225.57 12 Jim's Super Valu $72.32 13 Pete Kelly $300.00 14 Leon's Building Center, Inc $212.75 15 Liberty Business Systems, Inc $73.83 16 Light & Water Dept $4,401.86 17 Lon's Hardware $200.60 18 Montana Dakota Utilities $746.40 19 MMUA $1,711.00 34820 ND Dept of Health/Chem-Lab $150.65 21 NDPERS $15.96 22 NMPA $1,204.03 23 Nodak Electric Cooperative $5,382.22 24 North Star Addition T.I.F. $9,310.26 25 Northdale Oil, Inc $1,438.38 26 North Star Coop $981.51 27 Polar Communications $965.68 28 PR Airport Authority $3,852.96 29 PR Park District $2,665.22 34830 PR Public Library $3,855.21 31 Rainbow Auto Body $4,735.24 32 Best Western + Ramkota Hotel $2O0.0O 33 Glenn Rost $250.00 34 Water Rev Bond Fund Phase II $3,450.00 35 Samson Electric LTD $781.65 36 Sillers, Laaveg, & Wenzel $75O.OO 37 Water Tower Fund $11,315.00 38 Special Funds $230.91 39 ST Improvement Dist #2012-2 $7,183.28 34840 ST Improve Dist 2013-1 $180,544.00 41 ST Improve Dist #2017-1 $18,340.46 42 ST Improvement Dist #7 $4,849.13 43 Water Treatment Fund $28,326.64 44 Team Laboratory Chemical Corp $1,882'.00 " * 45 Walsh County Auditor $6,166.50 46 US Bank Equipment Finance $162.42 47 Walsh County Highway Dept $2,166.00 48 Walsh County Press $1,053.68 49 Verizon Wireless $268.10 34850 Ye Olde Medicine Center $43.78 51 Wat & Sew Imprv Dist #2012-1 $16,497.00 52 Wat & Sew Imprv Dist #2015-1 $6,200.00 53 Wat & Sew Imprv Dist #2016-1 $9,490.00 54 Void $0.00 55 Water System Repair& Replace$4,000.00 56 Void $0.00 57 Water Bond Fund 05 $4,830.00 34858-72 Voids $0.00 8201-21 Salaries $28,219.21 AW US Treasury $10,057.83 AW First United Bank $13.95 AW NMPA $144,791.28 AW PSN (Payment Services Network) $4.95 Special Fund 10112 First United Bank $89,019.77 Debt Service & Bond Fund 6122 Bank of North Dakota $28,074.79 6123 First United Bank $242,420.25 6124 US Bank $81,553.75 Berg reminded the Council of the Tax Equalization meeting on Tuesday, April 10th at 7:00 PM. Lorton moved and Anderson seconded to approve the Auditor, Assessor and Financial reports as presented. Upon roll call vote all voted aye. M/C. Being no further business, Lundquist moved to adjourned at 8:40 PM. Dan Stenvold, Mayor ATTEST: Ann Berg, Deputy Auditor (April 18, 2018) Have you read the Start or renew your subscription: In-County $34 / Out-of-County $38 / Out-of-State RO. Box 49, Park River, ND 58270 $42 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF WALSH COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of Amos L. Flaten, Deceased Probate No. 50-2018 PR-00020 NOTICE TO CREDITORS 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 (3) months after the date of the first publication or mailing of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to Jeff Flaten, personal representative of the estate, at 6909 139th Ave. NE, Park River, ND 58270, or to Wes R. Welch, PC, Attorney at Law, PC Box 107, Park River, North Dakota, 58270 or filed with the Court. Dated this 6th day of April 2018 Jeff Flaten Personal Representative Wes R. Welch, PC PC Box 107 201 Briggs Ave. S: Park River, ND 58270 (701)284-7833 wesw@polarcomm.com Attorney #05022 Attorney for Jeff Flaten (April 11, 18, and 25) A public notice is information informing citizens of government activities that may affect the citizens' everyday lives. Public notices have been printed in local newspapers, the trusted sources for community information, for more than 200 years. North Dakota newspapers also post public notices on www.ndpublicnotices.com at no charge to units of government. CITY OF EDINBURG COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS APRIL 10, 2018 6:30 P.M. Call to Order: Mayor Halldorson Present: Pewe, Hall, Hammer and Evenson. Hammer Guests present were Mary and Marshall Burkett. MSC: Hammer and Hall to approve minutes as read. Motion carried. MSC: Hall and Evenson to approve payment of bills beginning with check #7953 through #7970 for a total of $5628.55 and to approve the monthly financial statement with a balance on hand of $19279.43. Motion carried. EFT US Treasury 944.99 7953 WC Treas 294.00 Salaries 477.04 Ottertail 771.38 NE Reg Water 65.28 Polar 66.65 R Halldorson 277.05 D Pewe 277.05 TJ Hall 277.05 D Hammer 277.05 M Evenson 277.05 John Shirek 576.00 A Bjerke 380.00 Langdon Fire Eq 100.00 V Brandvold 36.70 Edinburg FU Oil 117.13 CHS-Milton 317.37 WC Press 96.76 Total 5628.55 Old Business: New stoves have been installed in Community Center and bill has been received. Amendment to Ordinance 2001 -. has been filed with the County Recorder. Condition of 8th Ave was discussed again. New Business: P Sondeland will do mowing at Community Center and M Burkett will take care of landfill with same hours at previous years. D Pewe has flushed city sewers Adjourn: Hall Next Meeting: May 14, 2018 at 7:00 pm for regular council meeting. Minutes are being published subject to the governing body's review and revision. Respectfully submitted, Vera Brandvold, Auditor (April 18, 2018) CITY OF PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA, SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018 AT 6:45 PM. Published Subject to the Governing Body'~ Review and Revision The City of Park River held a special meeting of the Park River City Council on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 6:45 P.M. Mayor Stenvold called the meeting to order with the following present: Council members, Lorton, Knutson, Anderson, with Byron and Lundquist by phone, City Attorney Tracy Laaveg and City Auditor/ Coordinator NanCy Thompson, :,~sessor/Deputy Ann Berg. Absent, Council member Kyle Halvorson and PWD Dennis Larson. Others present: None. The following Street Improvement District 2018-1 (S.I.D.) resolutions were presented to the Council. (Copies of entire resolutions can be viewed at the Auditor's office or on the City website.) Motion by Knutson and seconded by Anderson to approve the following resolutions: Resolution creating and defining the boundaries for S.I.D. 2018-1. Resolution directing the preparation of the engineer's report and cost estimate for S.I.D. 2018-1. Resolution approving engineer's report and directing preparation of detailed plans and Specifications S.I.D. 2018-1. Resolution approving, engineers detailed plans and specification S.I.D. 2018-1. Resolution directing advertisement for bids for S.I.D. 2018-1. Resolution of necessity and opportunity to protest S.I.D. 2018-1. Upon roll call vote: Ayes; Lorton, Knutson, Lundquist, Byron & Anderson Nays; none. Absent Halvorson. Abstain none. Motion carries Motion by Lundquist to adjourn at 6:51 PM. ATTEST: Dan Stenvold, Mayor AnD, Berg,Assessor/Deputy Auditor (April 18, 2018) BOARD OF TAX EQUALIZATION their properties and if decreases are MEETING, CITY OF PARK RIVER, warranted she will prepare and forward NORTH DAKOTA, MONDAY, APRIL 10,the necessary paperwork to the County 2018, AT 7:00 P.M. Tax Director's Office. Published Subject to the GoverningBerg stated she continues to work on Body's Review and Revision equalizing lot prices throughout-each subdivision but some subdivisions will The Park River City Council met as require increases in 2019 & 2020 to bring the Board of Equalization in the City them in line within their respective Council Room at 7:00 P.M on Monday, subdivision. Several other properties April 10, 2018. Mayor Stenvold called the throughout the community had residential meeting to order with the following valuation increases to bring them within present Council Members M. Lorton, A. State guidelines and others due to sales. Knutson, K. Anderson, City Assessments need to stay in line with the AssessoflDeputy Auditor A. Berg, City market because if the sales to Coordinator/Auditor N. Thompson, City assessment ratio, as calculated by the Attorney T. Laaveg & Public Works County Tax Director, get too far out of Director D. Larson. By Phone Council alignment the State will place a blanket Member D. Byron. Absent: Council increase on the entire community. member K. Halvorson & R. Lundquist. Other present: Sheriff Ron Jurgens, Kerry Berg reported that 21 building permits Schmitz, Tom Shirek, Jay Skorheim, for new construction contributed Dennis Kubat, Ron Beneda. $855,241. to the City's valuation; in addition, 21 properties were bought or sold increasing valuation by $263,587. No properties were demolished. Berg informed the board that she added four Schmitz, Shirek and Skorheim questioned their valuations. Berg will schedule an assessment visit to inspect lots that to the tax role which increased lot valuations by $21,342. She also added two buildings which had no values added to the property which resulted in a valuation increase of $22,500. Assessment visits, lot equalization, and utilities also added to the valuation. Anderson moved and Lorton seconded to accept the City Assessor's report and adjustments for the year 2018. Upon roll call, all voted aye. M/C. With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:19 PM, Dan Stenvold, Mayor ATTEST: Nancy Thompson, City Auditor (April 18, 2018) Pl Now is the time to sign up for the service you've been waiting for. When you contact us in April to add any new service be sure to say, "Can I get a deal on this?" and we'll say, "Yes!" Get deals on calling features, Cable TV, DVR, Broadband Internet, Managed WiFi with Gi[ aCenter and MORE! Contact us, tell us which service you'd like to add, and remember to ask for a deal! 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