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Page I0 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 2014 City Of Park River, Regular Col,nell Meeting CITY OF PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA, REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING, MONDAY, JULY 14, 2014 AT 7:30 P.M. The City of Park River held their regular meeting of the Park River City Council on Monday, July 14, 2014 at 7:30 P.M. Mayor Stenvold called the meeting to order with the following present: Councilmen Lorton, Blake, Knutson, Byron, and Anderson, City Attorney T Laaveg, Public Works Director Dennis Larson, and Deputy Auditor Ann Berg. Absent: Councilmen Lundquist and Business Manager Tom Larson. Guests; Dean Skjerven, Roger Grimsley, Alex Hall, and Brian Osowski. Knutson moved to approve the minutes of the June 9, 2014 Regular Council meeting with correction of Lundquist seconding the motion for the North Star Addition paving bid. Anderson seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. Blake moved to approve the minutes of the June 24, 2014 Re-organization Meeting as presented. Lorton seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. Lorton moved to approve the following bills for payment. Blake seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion 1593 Tanner Kelly 570.30 ' 73 NDPERS 4,531.38 1594 Jordan Midgarden 570.30 74 Postmaster 303.32. 1595 Shelley MacDonald 24.63 7082 Corrine Bell Park Dist EFTPS (WH,SS,Med) 7-15-658.99 14 GF 514.14 EFTPS (WH,SS,MED) 6-30- EFTPS (WH,SS,Med) 7-15-14 178.68 14 GFMU 1,082;69 . 7083-93 Salaries 7-15-14 1596 Galen Bosh OT 29.96 11,318.96 1597 Wade Kalgard OT 216.33 EFTPS (WH,SS,MED) 7-15- 1598 Peter Kelly OT333.74 14 31564.27 1599 Stefan Linstad OT 237.41 7094 Corrine Bell Park Dist EFTPS (WH,SS,Med) 7-15-660.04 14 GFOT 276.46 EFTPS (WH,SS,MED) 7-15- 1600-4 Ann Berg Jan-July14 179.01 OT 1,017.86 7095 Galen Bosh OT 40.78 EFTPS (WH,SS,Med) 7-31- 7096 Joshua Irvine OT 118.40 14 GFOT 390.67 7097 Wade Kalgard OT 386.39 1605 Bevin Dvora~k 20.20 7098 Stefan Linstad OT 676.82 1606 Sheldon Ellefson 378.71 EFTPS (WH,SS,MED) 7-15- 1607 Jordan Midgarden 591.42 14 OT 392.51 1608 Tanner Kelly 591.42 7099-103 Ann Berg Feb-July EFTPS (WH,SS,Med) 7-31-OT 3,4i1.15 14 GF 453.39 EFTPS (WH,SS,MED) 7-31- EFTPS (WH,SS,Med) 7-31-14 1,248.00 14 GFMU 803.54 7104 Corrine Bell Park Dist A.W. Municipal Utilities 4,618.94 660.04 A.W. ND ST Tax 1,378.26 EFTPS (WH,SS,MED) 7-31- Municipal Utilities: 14 179.01 32322 First United Bank 3,615.00 7105-16 Salaries 7-31-14 24 BC/BS of North Dakota 5,457.38 11,464.79 Advisors, which is a municipal financing advising firm, joined the meeting. He presented options for financing the City's portion of the water tower project. His firm would bid out municipal bonds and look for completive rates from varies sources and provide the information for the City's consideration. Council questioned what amount they should set as a limit for the resolution authorizing the issuance ot the refunding improvement bonds. Osowski recommended to the Council to authorize up to $2.1 million would cover the funding and provide a cushion for the City. Byron seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. The following resolution was passed regarding the $2,100,000 Refunding Improvement Bonds, Series 2014B for the Water Tower project. A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE UP TO $2.1 MILLION IN REFUNDING IMPROVEMENT BONDS, SERIES 2014B, PRESCRIBING THE TERMS AND COVENANTS THEREOF, AND CREATING A FUND FOR THE PAYMENT THEREOF (The entire resolution may be viewed 2014A FOR STREET IMPROVEMENT authority to require the owner or user of DISTRICT NO. 2012-2 the property to fix, abate, or alleviate The (The entire resolution may be viewed problem. If the problem is not at the City Auditor's office) satisfactodly abated or alleviated the City The motion for the adoption of the Building Inspector shall have authority to foregoing resolution was duly made by revoke the license. Councilman Knutson, seconded by Councilman Anderson, and upon roll call Anderson seconded and upon roll call vote, all present voted aye. Motion vote, all present voted aye. Motion carried, carried. Anderson moved to approve the second reading to amend ORDINANCE 2.B Section 3. to decrease the "on and off sale" liquor license fee from $1,800 to $1,500 and the Sunday opening fee from $200 to $100. The "club" and "off sale" license fees will remain at their current rate. A refund of $400 will be issued to "on and off sale" license holders after the ordinance amendment second reading. Byron seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. Byron moved to approve issuing the $400 refund to "on and off sale" license holders after the ordinance amendment second reading. Knutson seconded, and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. EFTPS (WH,SS,MED) 7-31-at the City Auditor's office) Lorton moved to approve the second 25 Games To Go 2,314.86 14 3,869.60 The motion for the adoption of the reading of Ordinance l.ao Section 1., An 26 Advanced Engineering 7117 Wade Kalgard OT 90.23 foregoing resolution was duly made by Ordinance Relating To Salaries, 557.90 7118 Peter Kelly OT 81.51 Councilman Knutson, seconded by amending the Mayor's wagesto $400.00 27 AmeriPride Serv, Inc EFTPS (WH,SS,MED) 7-31-Councilman Anderson, and upon roll call per month and Council members pay to 249.7 14 OT 42.04 vote, all present voted aye. Motion $200.00 per month and to look at the 28 Aqua-Pure Inc.1,858.66 . A.W. ACH Charge 12.55 carried, wage amount every two (2) years on a 29 Ann Berg 332.22 A.W. NMPA 128,666.39 minimum and make adjustments when 32330 Border States Elec Sup Special Funds: A RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR necessary. Blake seconded and upon roll Knutson moved to grant the transfer of the American Legion's Liquor License to the Coliseum for the Harmon/Desjarlais wedding on August 2, 2014. Blake seconded and upon roll call vote, all present voted aye. Motion carried. Lorton moved to grant the transfer of the American Legion's Liquor License to the Coliseum for the WC Fair Fundraiser Dance on August 8, 2014. Blake seconded and upon roll call vote, all present voted aye. Motion carried. The July 4, 2014 Celebration was a success. Organizers reported that all events were well attended. The pedal tractor pull, coin in straw hunt, and horse fun ride were new events this year and were enjoyed by both young and old. Law enforcement indicated it was a quite holiday. At 8:20 pm, the PR Park Board and attendees joined the meeting with the following present; Kyle Halvorson, Andrew Lindell, Dean Thompson, Deena Vigen-Lorton, Dr. Nicholas Beneda, carried. 1,695.78 3390 Tom Russell 100.00 THE SALE OF WATER REVENUE call, allvoted aye. Motion carried. Secretary Mavis Nelson, and Parks & General Fund: 31 Brabender Tech Inc 333.63 3391 The Glenaura Pipes & Drums BONDS, SERIES 2014 28152 BC/BS of North Dakota 1,250.00 (The entire resolution may be viewed Byron moved to approve first reading the Council on the status of the proposed 6343.23Business Forms & Acct Rec manager Corri Bell. They updated 1,286.22 3392 Beck's Tree Service 945.00 at the City Auditor's office) of the following amendment to Ordinance 40 acre multi-purpose recreational area 53 Tracy Laaveg Law Office 33 Butler Machinery Co 3393 Keith's Stump Removal The motion for the adoption of the 3.a. 750.00 2,897.00 625.00 foregoing resolution was duly made by Ordinance 3.a shall be amended to on the east side of town. They are putting 54 Acme Tools 179.76 34 Cardmember Serv 43.01 3394 Lee Toews 100.00 Councilman Knutson, seconded by allow up to eight (8) chickens under the together information for a Heritage Grant for campgrounds, playgrounds, and ball 55 ASCAP 331.38 35 City of Fargo 28.00 3395 North Star Coop 368.14 Councilman Blake, and upon roll call vote, following conditions; 56 Diamond Vogel Paint 36 City of Grafton 1,440.00 3396 PR Centennial Trees all present voted aye. Motion carried. 1. Up to 8 hen chickens (no diamonds. An advisory committee has 718.00 37 GF Utility Billing 100.50 76.60 roosters) will be allowed with a license, been organized with Steve Currie serving 57 Farmers Union Serv Assoc. 38 Consolidated Waste16,669.553397 Trevon Unruh 100.00 The following resolutions were passed 2. Initial license must beas Chairperson. They are seeking 223.00 39 Discovery Benefits 22.00 3398 S.A.L.Squad #147 140.00 regarding the Street Improvement District approved by 75% of the property owners pledges and donations to help offset the 58 Hall Currie Lawyers LTD 32340 Ethanol Products, LLC 3399 PR Area Schools 4,000.002012-2. within 200' of the coop. Park Districts share of the project. The 13.00 3,020.23 3400 05 Sales Tax Rev Bd Fd A RESOLUTION APPROVING 3. Applicant shall pay a initial grant application due date is August 1, 2014. If the application is turned down 59 Heartland Gas Co 186.60 41 General Fund 1,114.14 19,110.95 ENGINEER'S PLANS,SPECIFICATIONS license fee of $25.00 and annual fee of they will re-submit the application in 28160 J&D Mowing 75.00 42 GraymonLLC 5,996.94 A.W. Deluxe Checks 33.50 AND ESTIMATES OF COST FOR $5.00. 61 Leon's Bid Cntr 11.81 43 Killoran Trucking & 8,873.59 City of Park River 125th FundSTREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 4. In the event a complaint has October for reconsideration. They asked 62 Lindell's Mowing 50.00 44 Lagoon Maintenance 0022 Wayne's Variety 16.23 NO. 2012-2 been filed with the City of Park River prior if the Council would ask the Planning & 63 Lon's Hdwr 56.32 1,682.85 (The entire resolution may be viewed to renewal of said license within the past Zoning Committee to plan out the area 64 Northdale Oil, Inc 1,916.30 45 Light & Water Dept 2,228.37Mayor Stenvold s~ted a Publicat the City Auditor's office) calendar year, the Building Inspector will and put the zoning in place. All a-for- 65 North Star Coop 1,137.83 46 Lindelrs Mowing 1,000.00 Hearing to consider the vetition received The motion for the adoption of the determine if the license renewal is issued, mentioned attendees left the meeting at 66 Polar Comm 596.09 47 Lon's Hdwr 27.79 from James and Wanda Kratochvil was foregoing resolution was duly made by If no complaints have been filed, the 8:31 pm. 67 PR Airport Auth 238.28 48 Michael Kilmer Constr held at 7:00 PM prior to tonight's Council Councilman Blake, seconded by renewal shall be considered extended for 68 PR Comm Club 150.00 5,768.99 meeting, with no one attending to protest Councilman Lorton and upon roll call an additional year provided payment is The Council voiced concern that the 69 PR Implement, LLC 152.66 49 MMUA 1,548.50 the petition. Members Present at the vote, all present voted aye. Motion received. Water Tower project bids did not include 28170 PR Park Dist 215.26 32350 ND One Call Inc. 39.60 Public Hearing; Lorton, Blake, Knutson, carried. 5. Slaughtering of chickens on the the paving options necessary to repair 71 PR Public Library 258.16 51 NDPERS 19.24 Anderson, City Attorney Laaveg, Public premises is prohibited.. streets affected by the transmission line 72 Radisson Hotel149.40 52 North Plains Util Contr Works Director D. Larson, and Deputy A RESOLUTION DETERMINING 6. A separate coop ano run isinstallation. The omission will add 73 Rhomar Ind Inc611.40 881.20 Auditor A Berg. Absent: Lundquist, SUFFICIENCY OF PETITION required to house the chickens. Coop approximately $350,000 or 12% to the 74 Glenn Rost 250.00 53 NorthdaleOil, Inc 387.18 Byron and Business Manager T. Larson FOR STREET IMPROVEMENT must be located in the rear and be project total. Roger Grimsley and Alex 75 Sanitation Products 23.53 54 North Star Coop 159.82 ' DISTRICT NO. 2012-2 setback at least five feet from the property Hall, engineers with Advanced 76 Saville Enterprise Inc 55 Polar Comm 151.38 The Petition reads as follows: (The entire resolution may be viewed line Engineering & Environmental Services of 1,093.04 56 Samson Elec 948.85 We, James and Wanda Kratochvil at the City Auditor's office) ~i All premises on which hens are Grand Forks, explained that in their 77 Special Funds 483.29 57 T&R Elec Sup 828.00 do hereby petition the City Council of the The motion for the adoption of the kept or maintained shall be a enclosed experience they have found bidding 78 CRA Payment Cnt 7,070.85 58 Van Diest Sup Co 1,364.00 City of Park River, North Dakota, for a foregoing resolution was duly made by fence and be kept clean from filth, paving projects after the first of the year 79 Wayne's Variety 4.79 59 Verizon Wireless 58.38 special permit to construct a new garage : Councilman Anderson, seconded by garbage, and any substances which have yielded better bid prices. Mayor 28180 Waish County Auditor 32360 Water Bond Fund 05 on part of Lots 7 & 8, Block 2, Honey's Councilman Blake and upon roll call vote, attract rodents. The coop and its Stenvold and Council decided to table 11,802.87 4,830.00 Addition (114 Code Avenue South), Park all present voted aye. Motion carried, surrounding area must be cleaned to awarding the contracts for the Water 81 WC Hwy Dept 21.50 61 Water Rev B,d Fd Phase II R ver North Dakota a non-conforming~ control odor so as not to be detectible on Tower project at this time and will hold a 82 Walsh County Press ' 3,45010'0 .... ' ~ ..... ' : ' U~i :~nt~'arY~ ,to:"City :of Park River,::,~ =,A :...RESOLIST.ION::. :-DIRECTING another property. 338.92 . ..62 Water,,~ur~Cha, rg~F~.i:~.~ .- ~rdinance 30. The~c~io~ wj~J=, A~F~F_~I~'~ F~R BIDS ~ 8. All grain and food stored for the special meeting in the next two weeks. 5,000.00 replace an existin~[~,.~g~iw~;aq~g~r~ ; F,O~ ~STt~I~E'~I" . IMPROVEME~ use of the hens on premises With a : Being no further business, the Wat Sys Repr & Repl garage in the sa~ ~'10~a~i~ ~vl~h i~' DISTRICT I~lO. 2'bi - !; ~ chicken license shall be kept in a rodent meeting adjourned at 8:39 PM. currently next to the property line in ..... (The entire resolution may be viewed pr0of container. 83 Xerox Corp 72.00 84 MDU 128.34 63 85 NDPERS 112.28 1,500.00 86 Void 0.00 64 Walsh County Press violation of current set-back .... at the City Auditor's office) 9. All applicants must notify the 87 Aflac 9.68 548.58 requirements. This Petition is The motion for the adoption of the owner of the property if the applicant is 88 Discovery Benefits 73.86 65 NDPERS 570.34 accompanied by a written consent of the foregoing resolution was duly made by not the owner. 89 NDPERS 94.19 66 Nodak Electric Coop owners of at least 75 percent of the real Councilman Knutson, seconded by 10. Acomplaint against any person 28190 NDPERS 1,090.13 4,806.79 property within 300 feet of the proposed Councilman Anderson and upon roll call owning, keeping or harboring chickens Dan Stenvold, Mayor 91 PR Airport Auth 1,688.00 67 Willie Stanley13,500.00non-conforming use. Anderson moved to vote, all present voted aye. Motion may be filed with the City of Park River ATTEST: 92 PR Park Dist 4,501.34 68 Aflac 262.72 grant James and Wanda Kratochvil a carried. Building Inspector. If an investigation 93 PR Public Library 1,688.00 69 Discovery Benefits 284.46 variation of setback requirement in the from the Building Inspector reveals that Ann Berg, Deputy City Auditor 94 Water Tower Fund 72,322.50 32370 General Fund 4,618.97 back, of their house located at 114 Code A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE the use of chickens is in violation of this 1591Bevin Dvorak 43.29 71 Janice Englerth 213.75 Ave S. At ISSUANCE OF $583,000 TEMPORARY section or any other section of this Code 1592Sheldon Ellefson 573.73 72 NDPERS 588.43 7:55 pm Brain Osowski of Amko IMPROVEMENT WARRANT, SERIES the City Building Inspector shall have (Aug. 20, 2014) Notice to Creditors Notice to Creditors Cit Of Park River P'ublic Hearing /' // IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Minto, ND 58261 personal WALSH COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH representatives of the estate or filed with DAKOTA the Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Adeline Dated this 28th day of July, 2014 E. Denault, Deceased Probate No. 50-2014-PR-00037 Lynelle Shutt Personal Representative NOTICE TO CREDITORS Wes. R. Welch NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Wes R. Welch, PC undersigned has been appointed PO Box 107 personal representative of the above 201 BriggsAve. S. estate. All persons having claims against Park River, ND 58270 the said deceased are required to present (701)284-7833 their claims within three months after the Attorney for: Personal Representative date of the first publication or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to Lynelle Shutt, PO Box 41,(Aug. 6, 13, 20, 2014) 17oyou oryour group havea story totell? We're hereto help, Oo taot 1'he I ress: I IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF to Rosalie Roy, Personal Representative WALSH COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH of the estate, at 721 1st Ave St NE Devils DAKOTA Lake, North Dakota 583011 or filed with the court. In the Matter of Norman S. Hall, Dated this 1st day of August, 2014. Deceased Rosalie Roy Probate No. 50-2014-PR-00036 Personal Representative NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tracy L. Laaveg, PC Attorney ID #5839 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the102 4th St. W. undersigned has been appointed PO Box 127 personal representative of the above' Park River, ND 58270 estate. All persons having claims against Telephone: (701) 284 6300 the said deceased are required to present Fax: (701) 284-6306 their claims within three (3) months after Attorney for the Petitioner the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented (Aug. 13, 20, and 27 2014) YOU HAVE WATER. YOU HAVE ELECTRICITY. Polar Communications' Fiber-To-The-Home project is ongoing and will be completed no later than 2016. We have been bringing fiber to our [ural area to prepare your home or business for the future. You may not realize your need for having fiber optics at your location now, but one day everyone will have a need and it is growing fast, Just like rural water, getting fiber after the completion of this project could cost you thousands of dollars. WHY FIBER? Fiber is fast. Most people don't need speeds that fast...at least not yet. However, there are more and more applications that will require robust speeds that only fiber can handle. We are seeing increased demands for video streaming and gaming, as well as an increased number of devices in each home that use broadband access. !fy0u have not had fiber plowed to your location and would like more information, please contact our office at 701.284.7 ] or 1.800.284.7222. We are open M0nday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. and Saturdays, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (alsistan(e by phone) \ CITY OF PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA, SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING, MONDAY, JULY 30, 2014 AT 5:05 RM. Mayor Stenvoid called the meeting to order with the following present: Lorton, Blake, Knutson, Lundquist, City Attorney T Laaveg, Public Works Director D. Larson, and Deputy Auditor A. Berg. Absent Byron and Business Manager T. Larson Mayor Stenvold informed those present the meeting was to approve the bids and change order for the Water Tower project. The low bidders were; Maguire Iron, Inc. of Sioux Falls, SD who submitted a bid of $1,139,000 for the Water Tower Replacement Base Bid 1 with $1,500 for Alternate No. 1 Water Tower Logo for a total bid of $1,140,500. Swanberg Construction, Inc. of Valley City, ND submitted a bid of $84,300 for the High Service Pump Improvements. Naastad Brothers, Inc. of Hatton, ND submitted a bid of $997,677.35 for the Transmission Main Improvements. Public Works Director D. Larson presented information on a change order to the Contract Bid #3, which he felt should be done at the same time to avoid additional costs associated with the project if done at a later date. Future water projects would benefit by having CITY OF PARK RIVER, NORTH DAKOTA, PUBLIC HEARING, MONDAY, JULY 14, 2014 AT 7:00 PM. Mayor Stenvold called the meeting to order stating the purpose was to conduct a Public Hearing to consider the Petition received from James and Wanda Kratochvil. Members Present: Lorton, Blake, Knutson, Anderson, City Attorney T Laaveg, Public Works Director D. Larson and Deputy Auditor A. Berg. Absent: Lundquist, Byron, and Business Manager T. Larson. i The Petition reads as follows: We, James and Wanda Kratochvil We, do hereby petition the City Council of the City of Park River, North Dakota, for a special permit to construct a new garage on part of Lots 7 & 8, Block 2, Honey's Addition (114 Code Avenue South), Park River, North Dakota, a non- conforming use, contrary to City of Park River Ordinance 30. The new construction will replace an existing garage with a larger garage in the same the additional water mains and gate valves installed and bored under State Hwy 17 at this time. The change order would add $27,734.65 to Naastad Brothers, Inc bid for a total of $1,025,412. however, the change order does not include additional pavement removal, restorations or gravel required to complete the additional work Blake moved to accept the engineer's recommendation and award the contracts to Maguire Iron, Inc., Swanberg Construction, Inc., and Naastad Brothers, Inc. for a total of $2,250,212. in addition, to have the contracts signed. Lundquist seconded the motion and upon roll call vote, all voted aye. Motion carried. With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 5:25 PM. Dan Stenvold, Mayor ATTEST: Tom Larson, Auditor (Aug. 20, 2014) location which is currently next to the property line in violation of current set- back requirements. This Petition is accompanied by a written consent of the owners of at least 75 percent of the real property within 300 feet of the proposed non-conforming use. Since no one was present to object, Mayor Stenvold closed the Public Hearing. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 7:09 pm. Dan Stenvold, Mayor ATTEST: Ann Berg, Deputy Auditor (Aug. 20, 2014) )