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OTICES THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, MAY I 8,2016 Pa e II Valley-Edinburg District #118 Board Of Education Meeting Board Of "Fax Equalization Meeting City Of Park River BOARD OF TAX EQUALIZATION MEETING, CITY OF PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA, AT 7:00 RM, TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2016. The Park River City Council met as the Board of Equalization at the City Auditor's Office building Council Room at 7:00 o'clock P.M on Tuesday, April 12, 2016. Mayor Stenvold called the meeting to order with the following present Councilmen M. Lorton, K. Halvorson, A. Knutson, R. Lundquist, City Assessor J. Halldorson, and City Auditor A. Berg. Absent: Councilmen, D. Byron, and K. Anderson, City Attorney T. Laaveg, and Public Works Director D. Larson. No property owners were present. City Assessor Halldorson stated that 20 properties in the community had true and full value increases to bring them within State guidelines due to construction completion or upgrades which necessitated the increase. An additional 11 properties had true and full value increases to bring them within State guidelines as sale prices warranted the increase. Two properties had $75,000 housing incentives expire which required an increase to true and full value. One property was decreased by $11,000 due to demolition. Assessments need to stay in line with the market because of the sales to assessment ratio, as calculated by the County Tax Director; get too far out of alignment the State will place a blanket increase on the entire community as happened in 2015. Halldorson reported that changes to assessments added $993,370 to the City's valuation bring the total valuation to $3,181,981 and is seeking approval for the reported changes to valuations. Lundquist moved and Halvorson seconded to accept the City Assessor's recommendations and adjustments for the year 2015. Upon roll call, all voted aye. M/C. With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 7:11 PM. Dan Stenvold, Mayor ATTEST: Ann Berg, City Auditor (May 18, 2016) VALLEY-EDINBURG DISTRICT #118 REPORTS & TRANSFER OF FUNDS BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING Activity Fund beginning Balance TUESDAY, 7:00 AM $28,358.35 ending Balance $24,980.88. APRIL 12, 2016 Hot Lunch Fund-Beginning Balance EDINBURG, ND $46,843.83 ending balance $44,478.98. District General Fund Beginning balance $1,283,907.67;ending balance Meeting called to order by President $1,501,437.40. Special Reserve Fund- Dan Johnson $187,586.40 beginning balance; ending Present: Dan Johnson, School District balance $187,612.24. Building Fund- #118 President, Andy Gullickson, Vice beginning balance $189,251.88; ending President, Fred Hall, Janne Myrdal, balanceS249,836.90. Darrel Pastorek, Nick Otto, and Duane TRANSFER REPORT Jonasson School Board Members Total Cash at current date- Superintendent Jorgensen,$2,074,140.00/2=$1,037,070.00 minus Secondary Principal Laxdal, Elementary funds in Citizens State Bank-S24,980.88 Principal Currie, and Business Manager Activity Account-S36,727.95 Hot Lunch Rinde Fund, General Fund Savings Others present: Tami Larson, Lindsey $984,030.08; dollar amount to transfer Fingarson, Angela DuBois, DeeDeefrom Citizen's State Bank and deposit into Olson, Sheila Laxdal, Mikayla Fingarson, First United Bank to equal $975,361.17 Morgan Laxdal, Haley Ashpole, Rachel and evenly distribute funds-S8,668.91 Jonasson, Halley Jackson, Emily MSC: Gullickson-Hall to approve Swanson, Dalton Johnson, Adam Oberg, financial report and transfer of funds Shayla Rouland, Brooklyn Johnson, Chris Motion carried DuBois, and Paige Anderson ADMINSTRATIVE REPORTS APPROVAL OFCONSENTAGENDA Elementary Principal Currie gave (Agenda, Bills, March Regular report Meeting Minutes, Negotiation Committee Secondary Principal Laxdal Minutes, Board Retreat Minutes, April COMMITTEE REPORTS Sports Committee Minutes) Vocational MSC: Gullickson-Hall to approve Dan Johnson reported the plan to add consent agenda horticulture to the curriculum and an Motion carried addition of a greenhouse to the complex. APPROVAL OF FINANCIAL Welding course has outgrown the space allocated for it; participation by area MSC: HalI-Myrdal to approve schools is on the increase, resignation with regret OLD BUSINESS Motion carried 2016-2017 Graduation Date Teacher Retirement Letter Discussion-Junior Parents and Class A letter of resignation from Val Angela DuBoise read a statement Gullickson was read representing the view of the majority of MSC: Pastorek-Jonasson to approve junior students and parents. Theresignation withregret graduation date approved on the 2016- Motion carried 2017 school calendar was not one that Teacher Resignation was acceptable. A resignation letter was read from MSC: MyrdaI-Gullickson to set Jennifer Sunstrom gradation date for the next five years for MSC: MyrdaI-Otto to accept the Sunday of Memorial Day week-end, resignation letter from Sunstrom, with Motion carried regret NEW BUSINESS Motion carried Public Information Meeting & Football A resignation latter was read from Discussion Meeting Chad Kemp Monday, April 25, 2016 is set for the MSC: Pastorek-Hall to accept Public Information Meeting and Football resignation letter from Kemp discussion date. Meeting to be held in Motion carried Edinburg High School at 6:00 PM. MSC: MyrdaI-Otto to adjourn Open Enrollment Application Motion carried Recognition of receipt of application of open enrollment was noted Meeting adjourned Custodial Retirement Letter A letter of resignation from Maynard Rieger was read. Dan Johnson, Board President MSC: Gullickson-Pastorek to approve resignation with regret Motion carried A. Eileen Rinde, Business Manager Cook Retirement Letter A letter of resignation from Betty Crowder was read (May 16, 2016) City Of Park River, North i)= kota Regular Council Meeting CITY OF PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA, REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING, MONDAY, APRIL 11, 2016 AT 7:30 P.M. The City of Park River held their regular meeting of the Park River City Council on Monday, April 11,2016 at 7:30 P.M. Mayor Stenvold called the meeting to order with the following present: Council members Mike Lorton, Arvid Knutson, Robert Lundquist III, and Keith Anderson, City Attorney Tracy Laaveg, City Coordinator Jolene Halldorson, Public Works Director (PWD) Dennis Larson and City Auditor Ann Berg. Council member Kyle Halvorson joined the meeting at 7:40 pm. Absent: Dwight Byron. Others: Jeanette Bjornstad, Darlene Carlson, Wanda Kratochvil, WC Sheriff Ron Jurgens, Todd Forster - Engineer KBM. Additions to agenda as follows; new business additions #15 FCHC proposed parking lot in residential area and #16 junk yard complaints. Move up new business agenda items #1-3 before approval of bills. Darlene Carlson appeared before the Council to express concern regarding the street closure on the south end Of the looking for additional sponsors. A site to hold the rodeo needs to be found as the arena and WC Fair Building are not large enough to hold the event. Mayor Stenvold would like to see the rodeo kept within City limits and mentioned Green Acres Addition as a possibility. The rodeo will run from 5 to 9 pm. Laaveg asked about liability for the event. Bjornstad stated there will be an ambulance on site and is still checking on other logistics. Other items mentioned were food vendors, porta potties, security and possibly a shuttle bus. The rodeo is something the WC Saddle Club would like to see held every year. More information is needed and the request was tabled until the April 18th Special Council meeting. Lundquist moved and Anderson 7597-7607 seconded to approve the minutes from AW the March 14, 2016 Public Hearing. Upon AW roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. 12.65 AW Anderson moved and Lundquist AW seconded to approve the minutes from 160.33 the March 14, 2016 Regular Council AW meeting. Upon roll call vote, all voted 33414 aye. M/C. 15 146.89 Knutson moved and Halvorson 16 seconded payment of the following bills 17 for the General Fund, Special Funds, 596.26 Debt Service, and Municipal Utilities. 18 Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. 3,181.56 19 ~ 54.47 33420 29000 The Home Improvement 57 Water Treatment Fund Handyman 100.00 7,565.69 1 Verizon Wireless 106.00 58 Walsh County Press 2 Walsh County Auditor 798.57 10,199.38 59 WDAZ 130.00 3 Walsh County Press 33460 Municipal Utilities 178.37 393.60 61 Municipal Utilities 8,000.00 4 NDPERS 64.12 62 Jay & Becky Skorheim 300.00 Municipal Utilities 63 NDPERS 331.00 33405 General Fund 5,530.17 64 Nodak Electric Cooperative 6 Postmaster 296.80 5,264.51 7 Aflac 376.40 8 BNSF 750.00 Special Funds 9 Discovery Benefits 286.71 100033 Hospital Building 10 Pete Kelly 23.60 Fund $18,605.23 11 NDPERS 307.76 100034 Void $0.00 12 NDPERS 4,734.75 100035 Sales Tax Fund 13 BC/BS of North Dakota $18,100.00 5,652.94 100036 PR Eco Dev Corp Salaries 13,693.39 $5,000.00 EFTPS 4,425.24 First United Bank -ACH Chg North Star Addition T.I.R 6419 First United Bank Deluxe Checks 279.20 $40,685.25 Returned Check- NSF alley located between Railrqad,~~ ~ ~r,.aL~un~ Honey Ave S. Tlie Closui'e'w~s ~r~lues~ 28965 Aflac 24.90 NMPA 133,499.63 AlphaTron, Inc 276.88 AmeriPride Services, Inc Hospital Bid Fund 1056 First United Bank $88,581.35 St Imprv Dist 2012-2 Aqua-Pure Inc. 1,614.10 (NS Add) Banyon Data Systems, Inc 5034 First United Bank Border States Electric Supply St Imprv Dist 2013-1 (135 Ave NE) 3032 First United Bank by Damian Dvorak as people were 66 Discovery Benefits 51.61 coming down the alley and exiting 67 Pete Kelly 12.40 through his property where no legal exit 68 NDPERS 74.86 existed. Carlson also stated that 69 Sillers, Laaveg, & Wenzel Consolidated Waste garbage trucks used 750.00 the exit when picking up garbage on the 28970 NDPERS 1,257.03 alley and after the closure the garbage 71 BC/BS of North Dakota truck tried turning around and backed into 1,459.46 their rental property's garage. Mayor .1710 Salaries 109.13 Stenvold asked the members of the AW EFTPS 844.03 Street Committee and someone from the AW Municipal Utilities 5,530.17 Consolidated Waste Board to visit with 28972 Banyon Data Systems, Inc Carlson, check out the area in question, 198.74 and provide a solution agreeable to 73 Business Forms &Accounting everyone involved. 122.87 74 Butler Machinery Co 454.79 75 Productivity Plus Account 61.21 76 Dale's Small Engine Repair 65.00 77 East Side Garage 759.56 78 Grand Forks Fire Equip, LL 70.50 79 Wanda Kratochvil, WC Public Health Nurse and WC Sheriff Ron Jurgens appeared to propose bar server training and outlined the program. Recently two underage youths were served in one of the local establishments and Kratochvil believes if the bar servers were trained the infraction could have been avoided. Grafton and Grand Forks require training and have programs in place. The class takes approximately two hours and one of the Grafton police officers is a certified trainer. Halldorson questioned if the training could be coordinated with the City of Grafton and have the training offered every six months with one session in Grafton and the other in Park River so new servers could be trained within a reasonable time of hire. Kratochvil will look into the possibility. Council discussed requiring training be a condition of license renewal and imposing a license increase for non-compliance. Lundquist moved and Lorton seconded to require liquor license holders to send 50% of their bar servers to bar server training prior to yearly liquor license renewals and impose a $400.00 increase to the liquor license fee for non-compliance starting with the 2017 licensing period. Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. Jeanette Bjornstad on behalf of the WC Saddle Club appeared to ask for support to hold a rodeo in Park River on July 4th. The WC Fair Board has donated a portion of the $17,000 necessary to hold the rodeo and Bjornstad stated they are Jim's Super Valu 8.91 28980 Kringstad Ironworks INC 386.13 81 Leon's Building Center, Inc 50.66 82 Lon's Hardware 433.65 83 Montana Dakota Utilities 366.63 84 Michael Kilmer Construction 300.00 85 Michael Todd & Company, Inc 1,146.33 86 Municipal Government Academy 25.00 87 Northdale Oil, Inc 515.40 88 North Star Coop 806.30 89 ODB Company 1,241.38 28990 Polar Communications 494.25 91 PR Airport Authority 110.66 92 PR Park District 98.13 93 PR Public Library 120.58 94 Quill Corporation 47.69 95 Ramada Worldwide 80.10 96 Glenn Rest 250.00 97 Special Funds 24.69 98 ST Improvement Dist #7 803.03 99 Team Laboratory Chemical Corp 700.00 Cardmember Service .... ! 8,52o.oo ...... City of Fargo ............ ' ' ......... $8,387.50 21 Productivity Plus Account Wat & Sewer Imprv Dist 46.89 Add 22 Consolidated Waste, LTD. 16,866.70 1021 First United Bank 23 Discovery Benefits, Inc $18,177.50 22.00 24 Ethanol Products, LLC 2,334.62 Water Tower Fund 25 First Care Health Center10059 Knife River Materials 37.00 $8,734.14 26 Graymont (WI) LLC 5,590.03 27 Hawkins Inc 1,300.35 Anderson moved and Lundquist 28 Interstate Power Systemsseconded tO accept the Auditors Report 45.00 into record. Upon roll call vote, all voted 29 Jim's Super Valu 62:05 aye. M/C 33430 Wade Kalgard 344.64 31 KBM, Inc 16,315.48 The Sales Tax Committee is 32 Liberty Business Systems, Inc recommending the following items for the 28.19 Council's approval: 33 Light & Water Dept 2,702.74 Lundquist moved and Halvorson 34 Stefan Linstad77.75 seconded to borrow $39,000 to the North 35 Lon'sHardware 74.99 Star Addition T.I.R from the Capital 36 Municipal Utilities 0.00 Improvement Fund for 2016 debt service 37 NDOneCall Inc.6.00 with funds to be repaid upon final 38 NDPERS 21.31 payment of debt service and upon roll call 39 Northdale Oil, Inc 277.01 vote, all voted aye. M/C; Knutson moved 33440 North Star Coop 610.99 and Anderson seconded to approve 41 Polar Communications payment of $17,000 from the Capital 149.76 Improvement Fund to the St Improvement 42 Quill Corporation 69.65 District #7 to cover the City's portion of 43 Rainbow Auto Body 243.222016 debt service and upon roll call vote, 44 Best Western + Ramkota Hotel all voted aye. M/C; Lorton moved and 200.00 Lundquist seconded to accept 45 Sanford Health Occupational reimbursement of $18,100 from the 28.00 Southview Addition T.I.F. for Capital 46 Team Laboratory ChemicalImprovement funds borrowed to cover Corp 575.00 2005-2006 debt service. Upon roll call 47 Thatcher Company of Montana vote, all voted aye. M/C 8,756.00 48 Torkelson Bros, Inc 66.01 Engineer Todd Forster of KBM, Inc. 49 US Bank Equipment Finance presented bid totals received at the April 153.39 6th bid opening to the Council for the 33450 Verizon Wireless 159.00 electrical equipment and materials. Four 51 Water& Sewer Improvement bids were received and Forester is 3,700.00 recommending the Council accept the low 52 Water Bond Fund 05 bid for cable (Items 1 & 2) from Dakota 4,830.00 Supply Group in the amount of 53 Water Rev Bond Fund Phase II$57,875.00 and the low bid for breakers, 3,450.00 circuits and misc materials (items 3-13) 54 Water Sur-Charge Fund from Border States Electric in the amount 5,000.00 of $157,258.45. Knutson moved and 55 Water System Repair& Anderson seconded to approve the Replace 1,500.00 recommendation and award the contracts 56 Water Tower Fund 11,811.00to Border States Electric for $157,258.45 2012-1 NS City or Park River, North Dakota S )ecial Council Meeting CITY OF PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA, SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING, MONDAY, APRIL 18, 2016 AT 5:00 RM. The City of Park River held a special meeting of the Park River City Council on Monday April 18, 2016 at 5:00 P.M. Mayor Stenvold called the meeting to Order with the following present: Council members Kyle Halvorson, Arvid Knutson, Dwight Byron, City Coordinator Jolene Halldorson, Public Works Director (PWD) Dennis Larson and City Auditor Ann Berg. Robert Lundquist III at 5:03, Keith Anderson at 5:14, and city Attorney Tracy Laaveg at 5:19. Absent: Council member Mike Lorton. Others: Jeanette Bjornstad and Todd Forester. Legal Notice City of Park River Halvorson moved and Byron seconded to pay the Terracon, Inc invoice from the Water & Sewer Improvement District #2016-1 fund in the amount of $13,000. Upon roll call vote all voted aye. M/C. insurance will be taken care of under the corner of the SE ~A of Section 21 is not in Engineer Todd Forester of KBM, Inc. WC Saddle Club as a special event, the city limits. It was not included in the Polar presented the bid results for the 2016 rodeo will start at 4 pm rather than 5 pm, Addition annexation which has Tower St electrical upgrade construction phase, asked about dumpsters and will be providing access to Kringstad Ironworks, Three bids were received with Moorhead contacted by Consolidated Waste, LTD., Inc and the Polar Communications tower. Electric submitting the low bid of asked about bleachers and porta potties Currently the railroad isseeking payment $198,130.00. Forester stated Moorhead and Halldorson said she will check with from property owners to access property Electric omitted mobilization costs on their the Mountain August the Deuce located in the area in question. Knutson bid but will honor the bid cost as committee about using the bleachers but moved and Halvorson seconded to annex submitted. Moorhead electric will sub the the saddle club would need to find a way the triangle shaped trace area located in railroad boring to RZS but will have their to transport them to and from the event, the NW corner of the SE % of Section 21. crew complete the rest of the construction and she will contact the company that Upon roll call all voted aye. M/C. work. Foresteris recommending the City supply's the porta potties about accept the low bid from Moorhead Electric availability. Bjornstad asked if one of the Being no further business, the in the amount of $198,130.00. Knutson bars could provide a beer garden at the moved and Lundquist seconded to event. Berg contacted the WC Auditor's meeting adjourned at 5:29 PM. approve Forester's recommendation and office but had not heard back as the award the contract to low bidderWalsh County Commission had not met Moorhead Electric in the amount of and will follow up on Tuesday. Bjornstad ...................................................................................................................................................... $198,130.00 for the construction phase of stated the Saddle Club has received ATTEST: the 2016 Electric Upgrade project. Upon $9,900 in donations to date. The Council Dan Stenvold, Mayor roll call vote all voted aye. M/C. thanked her and wished her well. Ann Berg, City Auditor Jeanette Bjornstad of the WC Saddle Laaveg provided information to the Club appeared to update the Council on Council on Tower Street. Currently a the July 4th Rodeo. She presented the triangle shaped trace area of land on the following information; the liability east side of County Road 12 in the NW (May 18, 2016) and Dakota Supply Group for $57,875.00. River Council demonstrates its Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. A commitment Special Council Meeting will be held on to the hazard mitigation and achieving April 18th at 5:00 pm to approve or reject the goals outlined in the Walsh County the bids for the construction costs. Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan as approved by FEMA: and Halldorson reported First Care Health Now therefore, BE IT RESOLVED BY Center will be sponsoring a Color Dash THE PARK RIVER CITY COUNCIL THAT: on Saturday, July 2nd in Park River. City of Park River adopts the Walsh Other communities holding this type of County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan as event have good participation and people approved by FEMA. of all ages can join in the fun. This 11th day of April, 2016 The motion for the adoption of the Laaveg informed the Council when foregoing resolution was duly made by Jay and Becky Skorheim purchased Councilmember Lundquist, seconded by property from a former resident, which Lorton and upon vote being taken they in turn deeded to the City, and legal thereon, the following voted in favor: descriptions on the deeds were incorrect Lorton, Halvorson, Knutson, Lundquist and felt since Skorheim's incurred legal and Anderson and the following voted fees to have them corrected they should against the same: None; and the following be compensated. Halverson moved and were absent: Byron. Whereupon the Knutson seconded to offer $300 to Jay resolution was declared duly passed and and Becky Skorheim for approximately adopted and was signed by the Mayor 30G' of utility easements across their and attested by the City Auditor. properties. Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. Halldorson informed the Council outlets 1 and 2 Birders Addition owned by Laaveg informed the Council that Eddie Rygh are currently on the City tax estate representatives for the property role and need to be removed as they are located at 308 Prospect Ave N are looking located outside of City limits. She is at selling the property. The property abuts asking the Council to approve the the water treatment plant land owned by abatement of the City's tax portion of the the City. The City had been working with 2014 and 2015 property taxes in the the deceased to demolish the substantial amount of $171.55. Anderson moved building currently located on the property and Halvorson seconded to approve the and if the City buys the property costs to request for abatement and to remove the remove the building would be incurred. In parcels off of the City's tax role. Upon roll addition two years of back taxes are call vote, all voted aye. M/C. owed. Lundquist moved and Lorton seconded to offer $2,000 plus back taxes owed on the property to the estate Councilman Lundquist introduced the representatives. Upon roll call vote, all following Resolution: voted aye. M/C RESOLUTION Laaveg presented information regarding Tower Street. Preliminary WHEREAS, the City of Park inquires indicate the street might not have River is a member of the Northern been dedicated as a City street but rather Municipal named for 911 purposes. Council felt the Power Agency (NMPA) for the issue should be tabled until Laaveg does purpose of purchasing power to meet additional research, electricity needs Berg met with the BC/BS for the City of Park River. representatives and was informed the health insurance policy rate increased by .3%. If health insurance cap percents remain at the current percents, the yearly cost to the City would be an additional $172.80. Lundquist moved and Halvorson seconded to keep leave the health insurance caps at their current percents to keep within the base established in 2009 which would keep the City's grandfathered status in effect. Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. The City must adopt a multi-hazard mitigation plan. City personnel participated in the preparation of the FEMA approved Walsh County Multi- Hazard Mitigation plan and can adopt the County's plan City of Park River, Walsh County, State of North Dakota Resolution of the City of Park River, North Dakota adopting the Walsh County, North Dakota Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan as approved by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Resolution Number: 2016-4-11 BE IT RESOLVED by the governing body of the City of Park River, North Dakota, as follows: Whereas, the City Council for Park River, North Dakota recognizes the threat that natural hazards pose to people and property within the county; and Whereas, the City of Park River participated in the preparation of a multi- hazard mitigation plan hereby known as the Walsh County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan in accordance with the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000; and Whereas, the Walsh County Multi- Hazard Mitigation Plan identifies mitigation goals and actions to reduce or eliminate long-term risk to people and property within the city from the impacts of future hazards and disasters; and Whereas, the commission is adopting the final plan that is approved by FEMA; and Whereas, adoption by the City of Park LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that P.R. Health Corporation, dba First Care Health Center of Park River, North Dakota has petitioned the City Council of Park River to issue a permit for a variation of use. The demolition of the home and garage for the purpose of a cement parking lot on lots 1,2 and 3, Block 6, Birder's Addition (119 Code Avenue North), Park River, North Dakota. A non-conforming use, contrary to City of Park River Ordinance NOW, THEREFORE BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, that Dennis Larson is hereby appointed to represent the City of Park River on the Board of Directors of NMPA through April 30, 2017 and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Dan Stenvold be appointed as the City of Park River's representative on the Advisory Council of NMPA through April 30, 2017. The foregoing Resolution was seconded by Councilman Lorton and upon roll call, the following voted aye: Lorton, Halvorson, Knutson, Lundquist, and Anderson. Absent Byron. Larson reported NMPA is currently refinancing $25Y2 million in bonds and needs the City to sign a Closing Certificate confirming the City's continued involvement as it relates to the power sales agreement. Mayor Stenvold and Auditor Berg will sign the certificate on the City's behalf. Spring cleanup will be held the week of May 9. Branches and construction debris are on the non-acceptable list and appliances will need to have a Freon removal certificate or will not be picked up. Being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 9:20 PM. Dan Stenvold, Mayor ATTEST: Ann Berg, City Auditor (May 18, 2016) 30. The Park River City Council will conduct a public hearing to consider this petition at 6:30 pm, Thursday, June 2, 2016, in the City Council Room. Dated this 11th day of May, 2016 Signed: Ann Berg, City Auditor Attorney for the Petitioner (May 18, 2016) t