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LEGAL NOTICES THEWALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7,2015 i City Of Park River Regular Counci Meeting CITY OF PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA, REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING, MONDAY, MAY 11, 2015 AT 7:30 P.M. The City of Park River held their regular meeting of the Park River City Council on Monday, May 11,2015 at 7:30 P.M. Mayor Stenvotd called the meeting to order with the following present: Councilmen, Knutson, Lundquist, Byron, and Anderson, City Coordinator Jolene Halldorson, City Attorney Tracy Laaveg, Public Works Director (PWD) Dennis Larson, and Auditor Ann Berg. Absent; Lorton & Blake. Others; Dean Skjerven, Daryl Larson, Jon Markusen, Kyle Halvorson, David Dvorak and Matt Hell. Byron moved and Lundquist seconded to approve the following minutes; April 13, 2015 Regular Council and the April 13, 2015 Tax Equalization Meeting, the payments of the following checks and the financial reports. Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. Payment of the Special Funds Forestry .... bills are denied so the purchaser Joel Hylden can be consulted regarding the purchases. General Fund 28551 Aflac 15.65 52 Discovery Benefits 67.49 53 NDPERS 69.94 54 NDPE.RS 1,173.79 55 PR Airport Authority 1,842.79 56 PR Park Dist 4,914.10 57 PR Public Library 1,842.79 58 Silters, Laaveg & Wenzel 750.00 59 BC/BS of ND 1,347.44 28560 Acme Tools 203.70 61 ASCAP 335.00 62 CHS 3.60 63 Productivity Plus 682.87 64 East Side Garage 256.35 65 Harold's Steam Clean 286.00 66 Jim's Super Valu 5.99 67 Liberty Business Systems 19.i4 68 Lon's Hdwr 666.23 69 MDU 201.44 28570 Northdale Oil, Inc 742.79 71 North Star Coop 714.54 72 Polar Comm 445.99 73 PR Airport Authority 794.29 74 PR Park Dist 716.59 75 PR PUblic Library 404.8 76 Quill Corp 11.88 77 Reliable Office Supplies 585.44 78 Glenn Rost 250.00 79 Saville Enterprise 500.00 ........ 28580 Sillers, L-aaveg & Wenzel 633.45 81 82 1,770.00 83 84 WC Auditor 9,037.79 85 WC Press 350.02 1650 Louis Machart 118.94 EFTPS GF#7 4-15-15 19.72 EFTPS GFMU#7 5-15-15 902.37 1651 Sheldon Ellefson 208.93 1652 Sherry Greicar 2,130.68 1653 Louis Machart 83.26 EFTPS GF#8 4-30-15 640.86 EFTPS GFMU#8 4-30-15 1,013.31 Municipal Utilities: 32794 Void 0 95 NDPERS 301.72 96-32804 Voided 0 05 Postmaster 250.81 06 Aflac 372.77 07 Discovery Benefits 280.83 08 General Fund 5,094.83 09 NDPERS 312.68 1132810 NDPERS 4,386.52 11 NDSU Ext Pesticide 55.00 12 Water Tower Fund 100,092.09 13 BC/BS of ND 5,154.56 14 AmeriPride Serv 204.94 15 Border States Elec 9,692.56 16 Cardmember Service 274.28 17 City of Fargo 28.00 18 Consolidated Waste 16,637.05 19 Discovery Benefits 16.50 32820 Ethanol Products 1,071.05 21 Graymont LLC 5,368.55 22 Hach Co 546.68 23 Hawkins Inc 1,174.10 24 Patricia Hensel 57.54 25 Cathy Hjelmstad Estate 5.51 26 Jim's Super Valu 100.57 27 Kringstad Ironworks 25.89 28 Lagoon Maint 1,670.94 29 Leon's Bldg Ctr 11.98 32830 Liberty Business System 19.15 31 Lights & Water 3,414.29 32 Lon's Hdwr 29.24 33 Jared Monson 38.00 34 Municipal Utilities 144.49 35 ND One Call 27.50 36 NDPERS 17.75 37 Northdale Oil, inc 275.49 38 North Star Coop 151.07 39 Polar Comm 155.62 32840 Quill Corp67.99 41 Reliable Office Supplies 61.47 42 Sensus USA 442.58 43 Thatcher Company 8,756.00 44 US Bank Equip Fin 67.02 45 Verizon Wireless 54,02 46 Vessco, Inc 560.93 47 Water Bond Fund 05 4,830.00 48 Water Rev Bd Fd Phase 11 3,450.00 49 Water Sur-Charge Fd Speclel Funds t ,r_76, - ---o,000.( .............. Tearfi Laboratory Chem 32850 Water Sys Repair & Replace 1,500.00 US Bank Equip Fin 67.01 51 Water Tower Fund 11,098.00 52 Scott Wedel 100.00 53 William F Young Inc 996.30 7308-16 Salaries 4-15-J5 11,421.90 EFTPS MU#7 4-15-15 3,573.08 7317 Bell, Corrine 706.45 EFTPS PKDist#7 4-15-15 195.43 7318 Void 0 7319-27 Salaries 4-30-15 11,305.99 EFTPS MU#8 4-30-15 3,417.38 7328 Bell, Corrine 673.51 EFTPS PKDist#8 4-30-15 185.19 AW ACH Chg 12.50 AW NMPA 125,014.30 AW Job Service ND 86.27 Special Funds: 3431 05 Sales Tax Rev Bd Fd 10,945.01 3432 ND Public FinanceAuth 34,050.00 3433 PR Development Corp 5,000.00 3434 PR Community Theatre 5,000.00 St Imprv Dist #2012-2: 5014 KLJ, Inc 559.43 5015 Mayo Construction 14,000.00 5016 WC Pres 77.22 5017 First United Bank 1,487.80 Water Tower Fund: 10034-35 Voids 0 10036 WC Press 42.12 10037 Maguire Iron, Inc 217,656.00 At the April 13th meeting Mayor Stenvold announced Councilmen Karl Blake handed in his resignation effective after the June 8, 2015 City Council meeting. Kyle Halvorson, David Dvorak & Matt Hell spoke to the Council about filling the vacancy. Mayor Stenvold will appoint someone to fill the vacancy and the appointment will need to be approved by the Council. The Sales Tax Committee is recommending the following items for the Council's approval: Lundquist moved and Byron seconded to accept the Sales Tax Committee's recommendation for a $5,000 housing incentive from the Sales Tax Economic Development Fund to the PR Economic Development Corp who will issue a $5,000 check to EJ and Lana Larson: Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. When the Street Improvement District #7 was established the City agreed to pay 15% of the project costs and over the years money was not budgeted or put aside to pay the City's portion. Auditor Ann Berg requested $22,500 from the Sales Tax Capital Improvement fund to cover the City's 2015 share of the loan payment. Knutson moved and Anderson seconded to accept the Sales Tax Committee's recommendation to use B Motom woald UI to Izto  to the All Chevy Models Welcome! Corvette Camro Chevy Show Show & Saturday, June 27 2-5 p.m. Main Street, Langdon Register at the Eagles--Trophies at 4:30 p.m. We are sponsoring a FREE showing of American Graffiti - 2:30 p.m. at the ROXY Theatre. Join us for The June Jamboree on Langdon's Main Street, Proceeds from the Show & Shine go to the Langdon Day Care Center. MARVIN WINDOWS AND DOORS OF GRAFTON, ND is currently offering full-time production employment for those 18 years of age or older. l sl Shift 6:00am-2:3Opm (Monday through Friday) Overtime as needed 2nd Shift 3:30pm-2:OOam (Monday through'lbuays) Overtime as needed Starling Wage: Starling wage is 12.35 per hour + $1.25 d'rontial pay for 2nd shift Increased to $12.75 per hour after 3 months Excellent benefits for Full Time: Health, Dental, Life Insurance, Disabilily, Flex Benefits, Vacalion.time, 9 paid Holidays, Direct Deposits, 401K and Profit Sharing. BNARVI N Plea.apply in prson at: Marvin Windows and goofs of Grafton W i n d o w s a n d D o o .r s |z]35HJghwgy |Wes[ Built around you:  (701)3524077 MARVIN WINDOWS AND DOORS OF GRAFTON HAS A CLEAN, SAFE ENVIRONMENT WITH CAREER GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES FOR OUt i $22,500 from the Capital Improvement fund to pay the City's share of the 2015 loan payment. Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. MIC. PWD Larson updated the Council on the Water Tower project. The shell of the water tower was completely raised into position on Tuesday. Repair of the streets impacted by the new water transmission line should start this week, weather permitting, and should be completed by the end of May or first week in June. Knife River was awarded the bid for the street repairs. Auditor Berg updated the Council on re-financing of the 2005 Hospital Sales Tax Revenue Bonds. First United Bank will purchase the bonds in the amount of $346,123 payable over four years starting on May 1, 2016. Reserve hospital 1% sales tax funds and the 2015 bond will be used to pay off the remaining $815,000 on the original bond. Anderson moved and Byron seconded to approve the following resolution: RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE AND SALE OF CITY OF P,RK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA, SALES TAX REVENUE REFUNDING BONDS, SERIES 2015, AND RELATED MATTERS (Entire resolution may be viewed at the City Auditor's .Office) Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. Coordinator Halldorson informed the Council that the City was approved for an energy grant to pay 50% of the furnace costs in the City Hall Auditorium. Halldorson will also submit requests to the ND Community Foundation and the PR Community Endowment Fund to cover the remaining costs. City Attorney Laaveg spoke to the Council regarding the school building project. They are asking the City to vacate Hill Ave S between 5th and 6th Street West and deeding an 8'x500' section on the south side of 5th Street West. Laaveg is recommending approving execution of Quit Claim Deeds and vacating Hill Ave S between 5th & 6th Street West to the PR Area School District #6. Knutson moved and Anderson seconded a motion to approve Laaveg's recommendations. Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. Lundquist introduced the following Resolution: RESOLUT[ON WHEREAS, the City of Park River is a member of the Northern Municipal Power Agency for the purpose of purchasing power to meet electricity needs for the City of Park River. 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, 2016 and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Dan Stenvold is appointed as the City of Park River's representative on the Advisory Council of NMPA through April 30, 2016. Byron seconded the foregoing Resolution and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. Byron moved to designate the Walsh County Press as official newspaper for the City of Park River. Lundquist seconded the motion, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. At the April 13, 2015 Council meeting it was recommended by City Attorney Laaveg to plat and survey the 80 acre industrial park so each parcel of the land has a legal description. This would help future development to proceed in a timely manner. KLJ completed a concept plat of the 80 acres. The original concept had a street between divided lots in Block I and Block 3. This concept has changed to one street on each end of Block 1 and Block 3. This allows for all commercial buildings to have street frontage, in addition alleys were added to Block I and Block 3. A recommendation from the PR Development Corporation is to approve the plat as presented. A recommendation from Planning and Zoning is to name the plat Green Acres Addition. Byron moved and Knutson seconded a resolution to approve the plat as presented as a 3 block concept with Block 1 for commercial use, Block 2 for parks and recreation use and Block 3 for industrial use and to name the plat Green Acres Addition as recommended. Upon roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C. The Council discussed open burning and fire pit usage. In the past a notice regarding 6pn, burning' has been published in,the WC Press and has been discussed by the Council to make an ordinance defining what a fire pit is and what type of fire pit would be safe for residents in the community along with a fine for noncompliance. Council members asked Halldorson to publish a notice in the WC Press and Laaveg to have an ordinance ready for the June 8th Council meeting. Being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 8:37 PM. 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