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THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2014 paa 9 Cit of Park River Re-organizalional Council Meeting D[~i-O~~~ I.'~-rlT.:.~i~ [ '~~w~,~. ~'0'~1~E ~ L.o"5~.on. L)a~-'i', Kal*ryn ~ Eddie Rygh, Nc 19 Discovery Benefits 280.95property would be retaned bythe City o, AKOTA, RE-ORGANIZATIONAL Lundquist, and Anderson voted aye with Insurance: Anoerson,Lunaquist,Beneda, and Jayse Wharam. 32320General Fund 4,724.24 Park River for two (2) years after the COUNCIL MEETING, TUESDAY, JUNE Blake abstaining. Motion carriedseating Knutson 21 NDPERS 597t.80 facility is operational at which time 24, 2014 AT 7:30 P.M. Blake as Council President. WCJDA: Lundquist Mayor Stenvold appointed Tom Joint Water Systems: Byron, Larson as the City Auditor and Tracy J.ou ownership of the five (5) acres would be Blake moved to nom nate Bob Anderson, D Larson Laaveg asthe CtyAttorney. ,- transferred Blake seconded upon roll r~nutson moveo ~o accep[ me ~anvas " ".j The re-organizational meeting of the Lundquist as Counc Vce President. Landfill: Stenvold, Lundquist of Votes from the June 10 2014 as ca, a. voleo aye. MO~lOn carrion. Park River City Council met on Tuesday, Knutson seconded, upon roll call, Lorton, Library: Stenvold, Blake Blake moved to approve payment of received from the WC Auditor. Anderson June 24, 2014 Mayor Stenvold called the Blake, Knutson, and Anderson voted aye Police: Blake, Lundquist Byron, the following b Is. Knutson seconded, seconded, upon ro cal all voted ave Being no further business, the meeting to order at 7:30 P.M. with the with Lundquist abstaining.Motion Stenvold . . upon roll call, all voted aye Motion Motion carried. ' - " meeting adjourned at 8:04 PM following present: Councilmen Lorton, carried. I'uo,cWORKS Lunoquist, Byron carried. Blake, Knutson, Lundquist, Anderson, Lorton ' Mayor Stenvold asked the Council if P~blicWorks Director Dennis Larson, and Mayor Stenvold appointed the Streets: Byron, Lundquist GENERAL FUND: the City of Park River should put in an Deputy Auditor Ann Berg. Absent: following people to serve on the 2014- City Auditor: Tom Larson 28147 Kinetc Leasing 15,985.00incentive offer to the Pembina/Walsh Dan Stenvold Ma,or Councilman Byron and Business2016 Committees. City Attorney: Tracy L. Laaveg 48 Aflac 10.65 County Slaughter and Processing ' Manager Tom Larson. Airport: Stenvold Assistant City Attorney: Stephen 49 Discovery Benefits 77.37 Steering Committee for the establishment ATTEST" Audit: Knutson, Blake, Anderson L. Currie 28150NDPERS 90.82 of a multi-species slaughter and " Oath of Office forms were turned in by Building: Lorton, Knutson, Anderson Renaissance Zone: Karl Blake, Kirk 51 NDPERS 1,101.23 processing facility proposed Mayor Stenvold and Councilmen Blake, City Hal: Anderson, Blake, Lorton Ham, Tracy Laaveg, Gary Paulson, Steve slaughterhouse in northeaster North Ann ~erg, uepu[y L,~[y,'~Ud=[or K~utson and Byron. Employee Relations: Byron Knutson, Rehovsky, Ernie Slominski, Cheryl Welch, MUNICIPAL UTILITIES: Dakota. Lundquist moved to offer five (5) Blake and Mary Weltz 32316Verizon W reess 54.40 acres in the southwest corner of the Lundquist moved to nominate KarlFire Dept: Anderson, Byron, Lorton Planning & Zoning: Daryl Larson, 17 Aflac 187.63 industrial park located in the City owned Blake for Council President. Lorton Gambling: Lundquist, Knutson, Lorton Steve Rehovsky, Bruce Heggen, R. Craig 18 Postmaster 307.433 80 acres and that ownership of said (July 23, 2014) Cut, of ! k Rhcr Regular C'ou cil Meeting . ~,:5, - - n PPLICATION FOR RETAIL EREAS, the City of~ark 14 181.86 LIQUOR LICENSE, with a check for Blake moved to approve the first River is covered by a blanket bond by the 7059-69 Salaries 6-15-14 1,200 was received from the American reading of an ordinance to provide a safe North Dakota State Bond Fund; and, 11,340.34 Legion Association of Park River. Lorton community for children to be protected WHEREAS the North Dakota EFTPS (WH,SS,MED) 6-15-moved to approve the application, from SexOffenders. Lundquistseconded State Bonding Funcl' Provides fidelity 14 3,628.75 Anderson seconded and upon ro call and upor~irol/ca~le~Ote, all present voted bond coverage for city employees and The City of Park River held their 14GF 1,799.28 ' ' 7070 Wade Kalgard OT 51.14 vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. regular meeting of the Park River City 1584 Bevin Dvorak 129.87 7071 Stefan LinstadOT 380.83 Y" public officials in dealing with public Council on Monday, June 9, 2014 at 7:30 1585 Sheldon Ellefson 208.93 EFTPS (WH,SS,MED) 6-15- An APPLICATION FOR RETAIL funds and At this time all guests except Daryl ' WHEREAS the bond is fixed P.M. 1586 Tanner Kelly 266.66 14 OT 127.84 LIQUOR LICENSE along with a check for " by the city governing body and set by 1587 Jordan Midgarden 538 61 7072-81 Salaries 6-30-14 2,000 was received from Warren Denault, Larson left the meeting A- ,h,~ ~A~. -,~ ,~ ~ ,-.~, resolution as outlined in NDCC 40-14- Mayor Stenvold called the meeting to EFTPS (WH,SS,Med) 6-15-11,311.99 dba The Dug Out Bar. Blake moved to ,[ y = nCuu,d, L,y 03 and order with the following present: 14 GF 293.78 EFTPS (WH,SS,MED) 6-30-approve the application. Lundquist Council meeting City Attorney S Currie ' ' Councilmen Lorton, Blake, Knutson,EFTPS (WHSSMed) 6-15- 14 3,815.26 seconded and upon roll call vote allvoted informed the Council that correspondence wt-lt-H~-A~, a[ me June ]~, Lundquist, Byron, and Anderson, City 14 GFMU 1,021.78 A.W.ACH Charge 12.15 aye. Motion carried. ~ ;'u],~ reguJar cl[y councn mee[Jng or me nao ueen recelvea oy me L,l[y Or r'arK . . Attorney S Currie, Public Works Director 1568 Sheldon Ellefson 202.40 A.W. NMPA 32,250.14 R,v~ u== ueH ~.~" Ul LIUye ~wenson wnoPark. . Rwer City Council the current bond Dennis Larson, and Deputy Auditor Ann 1569 Tanner Kelly 598.47 An APPLICATION FOR RETAIL ' ,mlts were revlewea ann rouno to De resides In Alaska but owns orooertv at Berg. Absent: Business Manager Tom1570 Jordan Midgarden 598.47 Special Funds: LIQUOR LICENSE, with a check for 610 Railroad Ave E. Swens(~n is-asl~ing sufficient. Larson. . - . EFTPS (WH,SS,Med) 6-30- 3384 05 Sales Tax Rev Bd Fd 1,200 was received from North Star that the City open the street on the south NOW, THEREFORE, be il L~ues[s; ~elly I'eterson, warren14 GF 416.04 8,528.75 Cooperative. Anderson moved to side of his property as he plans on putting resolved by the City Council of the City of Denault, Damian Dvorak, Jeff Daley, EFTPS (WH,SS,Med) 6-30-3385 PR Centennial Trees approvethe application. Byron seconded a house on the property. Swenson's Park River, North Dakota, that the bond Dayton Larson,Daryl Larson, Chris 14 GFMU831.71 79.00 and upon roll call vote, Knutson, Byron, property has two access points; one on coverage by the State Bonding Fund in Flaten, Bob Thomson, Curt & Wanda A.W.Municipal Utilities 4,724.24 3886 North Star Coop 144.73 Anderson, Lorton, and Blake voted aye the east side to the alley and an approach the amount of One Million, Five Hundred Sarkilathi, Harlan Larson, and Dean A.W.Deluxe Checks 48.00 3887 Red River Regional Council and Lundquist voted no. Motion carried, on the west side to Railroad Ave E. The Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000) has been Skjerven. 5,000.00 alley is blocked off on the south end of the reviewed and found surf c ent MunicipalUtilities: 3888 W.C. JobDevAuth 11 812.50 An APPLICATION FOR RETAIL alley to prevent through traffic onto private Blake moved to approve the minutes 32276 BC/BS of North Dakota 3889 W.C. Job Dev Auth 7,~,20.00 LIQUOR LICENSE, with a check forproperty. Currie recommended that the Lundquist seconded and upon roll call, of the May 12, 2014 Regular Council 5,527.15 Hospital Bond Fund 2,000 was received from PB Properties Street Committee check out the area in a voted aye. Motion carried. meeting as presented. Knutson 77 Tony & Kay Atkofer 415.64 1046 US Bank 425.00 III, LLC, dba The Alexander House. question but noted the City is not seconded, and upon roll call vote, all 78 AmeriPride Serv, Inc Water & Sewer Improvement District Lorton moved to approve the application, obligated to put a street in and that the At the May 12th Regular City Council voted aye. Motion carried. 118.32 #2012-1 Blake seconded and upon roll call vote, Street Co.mmittee . make thei.r meeting the Council tabled a request by 79 Aqua-Pure Inc. 3,307.67 1011 First United Bank 16,127.39all voted aye. Motion carried, m COtninmenaa~,on aL.~ne, nex~ ,~ounc~ Joel Hylden asking for an additional 24 Lorton moved to approve the minutes 32280 Border States Elec Sup City of Park River 125th Fund An APPLICAT ON an~d~'u~' 1;~-~'Y'=' ~"'~ '~!.~ ~' .-u~ .u, for trees on the east side of the north- of the May 12, 2014 Public Hearing as 46,029.81 0020 Wayne's Variety 3.07 LI U R rum t~-I/ML meetin~Ys D~,mU]U.Hegu.=ar L;~[y .~ounc=! south bound bike/walking path. After presented. Knutson seconded, and upon 32 GF Utility Billing 100.50 0021 Precocious Pyrotechnics Q O LICENSE, with a check for the accgess to ~la; ~vo~aK requesTea, ma, Council members had time to view the roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion 82 Consolidated Waste16,918.55 3 438 11 2,000 was received from The Club Bar & closed to throu,~h tro~~ess*p~pe~;y~e proposed area the following motion was carried. 83 Discovery Benefits 22.00" Lounge, Inc. Knutson moved to approve entrance ~.~ere~,a D%a,rs,Ot a V' made" Knutson moved to deny Hylden's 84 Ethanol Products, LLC Imnrove Diet #2 13 1 the application Byron seconded and St,0 - pp o oe an r ' ' equest on grounds that C=ty owned 8(} Anderson moved to approve the1,396.73 3016 City of Park River 26 575 90 upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Mot on : acres s currently rentea and is used for following bills for payment. Byron85 Edith Fay 33.67 3017 City of Grafton 13:572174carried, approach about 50' north of the drivewav . ma[ lllay nav~ once Been cons,u~uu u,u . seconded, and upon roll call vote, all 86 Ferguson Waterworks 3018 Polar Communications ~o.th a~.P.~ for th~ all~=~ ~,li~P==nt f~ agncultural purposes on whnch the renter~ voted aye. Motion carried. 3,994.37 11 052 72 Nanan Larson asKed the L;ouncil for Honey Avenue. At that tlme'=""~Byron'~ moved have a three year lease. The request, will 87 Hawkins Inc 1,550.35 ' 301"9 Red River Reoional Council permission to block off part of Block 4 on to allow Dvorak to close the driveway to De lOOKed a[ ar[er me mree year =ease ~ General Fund: 88 Henry Hayertz 32.83 24 857 22 ~ Briggs Ave S for motorcyc e parking hisproperty and not to open the approach up for renewal. Anderson seconded and ' " during the Jared Udby Memor a R de on located to the north. Motion was carried upon roll call, all voted aye. Motion 28118 BC/BS of North Dakota 89 Janice Englerth 240.00 3020 W.C. Job Dev. Corp 23,751.78 . June 21st TheCounc=lgranted 1,216.45 32290 Jey-Way Multiple Serv 3021 City of Park River 3 341.64 . . and Dvorak's request was (]ranted carried. 19 Ann E Berg 10.00 10,187.00 ' permission. Currently there is no easement ITsted on 28120 Demester Cleaning 265.00 91 Jim's Super Valu 32 68 Jeff Da ey an engineer with Kadrmas t^, Dvorak's abstract even though a 50' The Council discussed financing for 21 Hanson's Auto & Imp 92 Emil Kula' s 66173 Lee & Jackson, Inc. reported that the bid" ' ,arre. uen,~u, r~u.y. ~'u ~rson. easement is shown on the map. At this the Water Tower project. Brian Osowski Nanan ano uay~on Larson Cnns F aten time S. Currie informed Dvorak that the informed T. Larson that many financial 533.06 93 Lagoon Maintenance of 506,857.50 from Mayo Construction of .-,-r~. ~ "" -'-,-- " ~,ao~ ;' ~o omov, L,U,~ (= wa,u = ~ar =, 22 J&D Mowing 45.00 1,617.42 Cavalier, ND met all the bid specs for the Street Committee is recommending that institutions are looking for Municipal 23 Jim's Super Valu 56.94 94 Dennis L Larson 31.60 paving of North Star Drive in North Star the Bnggs.Ayenue bar owners, requested the alley access to the north stay closed Bonds and especially if they are for 24,:Kringstad Drain Clean 95 Light & Water Dept 2,821.33 Addition.' " Base B~d" 1 Alternate B calls for approva~ [o nave a s[reet dance on July and asked if Dvorak would grant a utility communities in North Dakota. S. Currie 110.00~ 96 Lon's Hardware 52.92 a concrete ,=-tr=nce wit~ r o,~ a=n~oUt ~, ~'u]4 from 9:ou I'M to ] :uu P,M. /hey only easement to the City of Park River stated that there might be the possibility 25 -~ Kr'ilngl~t~itd~i-~fiWorks ~97'~ Municipal'LNlitli}s 950.4Jt *m "~ - ~-'~,'~-~- 'used fo~: t'h~ i'est of tt~e'~i'0,~d ' ~r0n '~lso aske~l~er'perm=ss~on to have beer ' " ~) 15 ~/F' (~f local investors o( First' United Bank ' Y ardens during the street dance The along the north s~de of h~s ?1~ ~E~rt ' 207.29 98 Mun GovAcademy 50.00 moved by resolution to accept Mayo ~ n "1 . . uvorak agreed toprovide.a 25' utility, on!y buying the bonds. Lundquist moved to 26 Lon's Hardware55.95 99 ND One Call Inc. 86.90 Construction" 's Base Bid1' Alternate B in L;OO Cl asKea ma! me Dar owners clean eraoSee~em on me hOllO sloe oi' nls use Municipal Bonds to finance the Water 27 MDU 177.19 32300 NDPERS 18.57 me amoum oT ~ub ~/.~u' [or pavinga, cans. orr me s~oewa~K omo me s[ree[ ~'~'~"Y" Tower project. Blake seconded and upon 28 Mun Guy Academy 160 00 01 Northdale Oil, Inc 363.71 North ~t=r ~ri,= I,'"~,~,~,;=* ,~,~,~ and p~ck up all bottles and garbage along roll call all voted aye. Motion carr ed "'"', '"4 ~.~% the adjacent streets and alleys The City ~ne du~y ,~[n celeora,on is ras[ ' 29 Northdale Oil, Inc 1,331.18 02 North Star Coop 103.41 ano upon roll ca, vole a, vo[ea aye . . " ,~,; ;,~ ~ ~ of Park River will pay for policing of the ~pp~oachvnge3ad tDn~P~itvYe Ascdltor .Ann The Walsh/Pembina Slaughter & 28130 North Star Coop 1,066.42 03 Polar Communications x v,~ ~,u,~u 31 Polar Communications 157.70 ,ho n,-,; ~ ,-.~ ~ s[ree[ canoe, r~numon moved TO approve g p eau e orPr c i ' " ' o ess ng Committee asked if the C~ty ol 534.29 04 Quill Corporation 143.00 " the beer garden request. Lundqumt events to the Council Berg reported that Billing Clerk Patty Hensel has coordinated Park River would be interested in 32 PR Implement, LLC 114.33 33 PR Vetednary Clinic240.00 34 Quill Corporation 63.84 35 Glenn Rust 250.00 36 Stone's Mobile Radio 209.70 37 Strata Corporation 794.50 38 True North Equipment 1~6.09 39 US Postal Service 354.16 28140 Walsh County Auditor 10,372.47 seconded and upon roll call vote, all present voted aye. Motion carried. Lorton moved to approve the street dance request. Lundquist seconded and upon roll call vote, all present voted aye. Motion carried. 05 Rainbow Auto Body 321.68Liquor License fees were discussed. 06 Resco 1,794.40 At the May 12th Council meeting Dayton the celebration in Business Manager T. 07 Samson Electric LTD Larson asked the Council to consider Larson's absence. One again the bag 264.67 lowering by half the cost of the liquor pipers have agreed to participate in the 08 US Postal Service 532.09licenses to help off-set decreasing sales, festivities. Free inflatable games, 09 Water Bond Fund 05 After discussion, Knutson moved to swimming and face painting are scheduledalong with several new 4,830.00 amend ORDINANCE 2.B Section 3. to Jill Mullen of the American Legion Bar activities which will be held this year; a Mayor Stenvold asked what the 32310 Water Rev Bd Fd Phase II decrease the "on and off sale" liquor is asking for permission to block off the FUNraiser Walk/Run for the Bike Path, Council decided to do about wages for the 3,450.00 license fee from 1,800 to 1,500 and the street in front of the Legion Building for Fun Ride Horse Show sponsored by the Council members and Mayor. The wages 11 Water Sur-Charge Fd Sunday opening fee from 200 to 100. the Canada Day celebration on July 1st WC Saddle Club, a Sanctioned Pedal have not been increased since 1996. 5,000.00 The "club" and "off sale" license fees will and for permission to have a beer garden Tractor Pull sponsored by Park River Knutson provided information to the 12 War Sys Repr & Repl remain at their current rate. A refund of should the festivities take place outside. Implement, Inc, a Money in the Straw Council showing that wages are low 1,500.00 400 will be issued to "on and off sale" Byron moved to grant Mullen's request to Hunt sponsored by Park River Dental, compared to communities of the same 13 Walsh County Press license holders after the ordinance block off the street and to have a beer and Fundraiser Bingo for the Lyric size. Lundquist moved to approve the 33.84 amendment second reading. Byron garden on July 1,2014. Blake seconded, Theatre. The celebration will conclude reading of an ordinance to increase the 14 NDPERS 563.90 seconded, and upon roll call vote, all and upon roll call vote, all present voted with fireworks in the big park. Mayor's wages to $400.00 per month and 15 Nodak Electric Coop voted aye. Motion carried. 4,549.39 aye. Motion carried. Council members pay to $200.00 pel Mosquito spraying costs were month and to look at the wage amounl 16 Verizon Wireless 54.40 An APPLICATION FOR RETAIL Lundquist moved to grant the transfer discussed. Blake moved to reinstate a every two (2) years on a minimum and 17 Aflac 187.63 LIQUOR LICENSE, along with a check for of the American Legion's Liquor License spraying charge of $4 per month per utility make adjustments when necessary. 18 Postmaster 307.43 2,000 was received from Curtis A. to the Coliseum for the Davis/Hanson account for 3 months starting with the Blake seconded and upon roll call, all 19 Discovery Benefits 280.95 Sarkilahti, dba Top Hat Bar & Grill. wedding on June 14, 2014. LortonJune billing and ending with the August voted aye. Motion carried. 32320General Fund 4,724.24 Lundquist moved to approve the seconded and upon roll call vote, all billing. Byron seconded, and upon roll 21 NDPERS 591.80 application. Blake seconded and upon present voted aye. Motion carried, call, all voted aye. Motion carried. D 23 NDPERS 4,515.80 roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion Larson stated that they will start ground 7058 Corrine Bell Park Diet carried. 670.83 fogging this week and schedule aerial spraying as needed. Blake moved to grant the transfer of the American Legion's Liquor License to the City Hall for the Salinas/Kulaszewicz wedding on July 13, 2013. Lundquist A Berg discussed the bonding of city seconded and upon roll call vote, all officials, which includes the Assessor, present voted aye. Motion carried. Municipal Judge, City Auditor, Deputy Auditor, and Billing Clerk The Council set Monday, July 14, 2014 7:00 pm as the date for a Public Knutson moved to adopt the following ATTEST: resolution: Hearing for James and Wanda Kratochvil's request for a non-conforming use petition for a permit to construct a garage closer to their property line than allowed by City ordinance. 41 Walsh County Press 251.60 42 NDPERS 118.72 43 PR Airport Authority 4.06 44 PR Park District 1.66 45 PR Public Library 3.72 46 Special Funds 2.44 47 Kinetic Leasing 15,985.00 48 Aflac 10.65 49 Discovery Benefits 77.37 28150 NDPERS 90.82 51 NDPERS 1,101.23 1576 Keith Anderson664.92 1577 Karl Blake 664.92 1578 Dwight Byron 664.92 submitting an incentive offer for a proposed Slaughter & Processing facility in Park River. The Council decided to table the matter until the June 24th re- organization meeting. Being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 9:16 PM. 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