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,, , ,, THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2014 . Page 9 , , PRFL voile)ball topples Carimore Photos: Larry Biri Right: Erin Kovarik goes up for a return against Larimore. Larimore came in undefeated but ran into Park River- Fordville-Lankin team that played well. The Aggies swept the Polar Bears in three, 25-15, 25-7, and 25-20 in Park River. Center: Aggies Bailey Beneda (left) and Taylor Dalbey go up to block a Larimore shot at the net. Left: The Aggie bench celebrates after an Aggie point. Mandi Seim (I-r) Emily Zikmund, Anne Welch, Kirstin Whaley and Jenna Zavalney. I LEGAL NC)TICES THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2014 ) Valley-Edinburg School District #118 Board Of Educatiun Meeting VALLEY-EDINBURG SCHOOL APPROVAL OF MINUTES DISTRICT #118 BOARD OF MSC: HalI-Laxdal to approve EDUCATION MEETING Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote TUESDAY, 7:00 PM unanimous AUGUST 5, 2014 Flexible Spending Account CRYSTAL, ND 11,657.93 General Fund Checking 381,225.88 General Fund Savings 840,802.87 Roll call taken by Dan Johnson, Board Special Reserve Fund President. 186,580.99 Building Fund Checking " P(dsehtT"  Dan J0hnbn[  'Valley .... 218A20189 ......... Edinburg School Distrtdt :#118 School Board President, Darrel Pastorek, Valley Edinburg School District #118 School Board Vice-President, Dianne Goodoien, Mary Laxdal, Andrew Gullickson, Janne Myrdal, and Fred Hall School Board Members. Superintendent John J. Oistad, III, HS Principal Andrew Currie and Business Manager A. EUeen Rinde Meeting called to order by President Johnson Building Fund Savings Special Activities Checking 25,510.29 Hot Lunch Checking 68,875.56 Total Cash: 1,733,074.41 1/2 of Total Cash 866,537.21 Less checking funds already at Citizens State Bank: Special Activities Checking ('it) ot" Edinburg Council Proceedings Notice of Budget Edinhurg Preliminar) Budget for 2015 CITY OF EDINBURG COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS AUGUST 09, 2014 7:00 PM Call to Order: Mayor Halldorson Present: All members No meeting was held on Monday, September 8, 2014 because a quorum was not available. MSC: Hall and Sondeland approve minutes as read. Carried MSC: Pewe all Hall to approve payment of bills beginning with check #7024 through #7036 for a total of $2473.32 and approve the monthly and six month financial statements with balance on hand of $34025.43 as of September 9, 2014. Checks: WC Treasurer $294.00 Salaries 433.17 Ottertail 711.53 Langdon Water 63.40 Polar 52.66 Market on Main 36.34 Grafton Floral 65.00 WC Press 77.22 E. Brandvold 215.00 P Laxda1100.00 C. Laxda1400.00 ND One Call 25.00 Total 2473.32 Old Business: City must purchase tables before December 1st to take advantage of the Walsh County Self-Help funds it was awarded. New Business: MSC: Hall, Hammer. Gaming permits submitted by Valley-Edinburg School and Valley Edinburg School Boosters were approve. MSC: Hall, Sondeland. To award Luke Olson funds from City Sales Tax for purchase of main Street Computer business. MSC: Hammer Sondeland. Preliminary Budget for City of Edinburg was approved. Budget will be on file at City Auditors office if any citizen is interested. Next meeting is scheduled for October 6, 2014, in order to approve final budget for 2015. Adjourn: Hall Next Meeting: October 6, 2014 at 7:00 pm Minutes being published subject to the governing body's review revision. Respectfully submitted Vera Brandvold, Auditor DIRECT (:IRE If you enjoy community involve ing, shopping, sporting events, making a difference no matter team Full an )art-time )ositi schedulinc -- collec e students, must be 18), retirees or peo 31 Support individuals with develo raining their )ersonal goals, as.  ical care services and aid in th their work recreation leisure a Requires graduation from hic h salary $2,104/month $12.14/h The Lift Skills & Transition Cent package includes: FULLY )aid health insL for families and " Retirement 31an Life Insurance Accrued annual an si, Ten 3aid holidays 3er Advancement opportu Shift differential availa Apply on-lim www.nd, h qoJL/jm obc. a_p_p_f rms.html LIFE SKTLLS 8= TRAN.;TTIq CENTER 701 West 6 t" Street, Grafter Anyone needing assistance accommodation should conb .]ulie Kosmatka 701-352-4 Thv Slaw q/ \\; m'lh Dal,,m i an l:'qtll/ OIVIOI'IIII/O' I:'111 ';'1,'1"'.: II' t'l'tlle t/ d/'ll,'7/)'('' CHill 'll. (Sept. 24, 2014) PUllLIC NOTICE Starting Monday, Sept. 8 the City of Park River will be replacing water mains. Currently replacing on Code Ave. Periods of low water pressure and short periods of no water may occur during the construction. If you have questions call the Water Plant 284-6399. Thank you for your patience. (25,510.29) Hot Lunch Checking (68,875.56) Balance needed in Citizens 772,151.36 Savings Accounts: Less Current Savings Balance (840,802.87) Cash to be deposited To First United: $68,651.51 APPROVAL OF FINANCIAL REPORT District General Fund-Beginning B E/fice $1,291,282.59; ending Balance $1,222,028.75; Revenue-Local $29,943.15 Expenditures $222,692.03 Special Reserve Fund-Beginning Balance 185,379; ending balance 186,580.99 Building Fund-Beginning Balance $277,758.38, ending balance $218,420.89 MSC: Laxdal- Gullickson to approve financial report and savings analysis transfer of funds Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous REVIEW OF BILLS MSC: MyrdaI-Gullickson to approve review of bills Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous COMMITTEE REPORTS Curriculum/Personnel MSC: Goodoien-Hall. to hire Larry Larson 3/7 time for business teacher Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous /" Transportation Robin O'Hara has been hiredilfor maintenance on buses, bus driver, and other duties as needed. Building & Grounds Report on the progress of the work done on buildings was given. The shed purchased from Park River School needs to be picked up and brought to Hoople location. Discussion on how this wUl be done followed. Sports Coop Johnson reported. Logistics on NOTICE OF BUDGET EDINBURG PRELIMINARY BUDGET FOR 2015 The preliminary budget for the City of Edinburg is on file in the auditor's office in the community Center and open for inspection. The budget consists of the following item: Maintenance and Operations $18242.50. Notice is hereby given that any taxpayer may appear at the meeting on October 6, 2014 at 7:00 pm in the Edinburg Community center to discuss any item. Vera Brandvold, Auditor (Sept. 24, 2014) Contact us about your story. Walsh County Press 284-6333 I transporting scoreboard and lights for football games from Edinburg to Hoople were discussed. Negotiations President Johnson reported on review with surrounding school districts on base salary offered to certified staff. Discussion followed on raising the base $1,000 bringing base salary to $35,050. MSC: MyrdaI-Goodoien to raise base salary $1,000 for the 2014-2015 school of levy. MSC: Goodoien-Gullickson to approve mill levy of 70 mills breakdown as follows: General 60 mills, Building 10 mills Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous NEXT MEETING WILL BE SEPTEMBER 9, 2014 7:00 IN HOOPLE year. Assuming a unanimous NEW BUSINESS MSC: HaU-Laxdal to approve tuition agreement for John Vasel and Anna Vasel Assuming a roll-call vote-Vote unanimous 2014-2015 PRELIMINARY DISTRICT BUDGET Supt. Oistad handed out the preliminary budget. 2014-2015 TAX LEVY CERTIFICATE OF LEVY Supt. Oistad handed out the certificate rollical/vote-Vote  Meeting.. was.,., adjourned Dan Johnson, President A. Eileen Rinde, Business Manager (Sept. 24, 2014) ITD Service Desk Analyst (Student Intern) Receive & log calls, k provide IT support & troubleshooting to a variety of gov't functions. Y #c Network Administrator ll Work as part of a team on the design, implementation and support of a large network infrastTucture which includes Yr data, voice, and video. "Benefits include: Family Paid Health Care, Pension Plan, Sick & Holiday Pay, & Rexible Work SchJule. Contact us at wv, rw.nd.gov/ITDI - 701.328.1004 or TTY 1.800.366.6888 I 160 +/- ACRES CAVALIER COUNTY, ND LAND AUCTION 160 +/- acres with 149.23 +/-acres of excellent cropland with established yields. Property has a great Soil Productivity Index average of 74 PI with much of it at 82 PI. South of Hannah, ND and north of Wales, ND. Acres: 160 +/- Legal: NWt 14-163-62 FSA Cropland Acres: 149.23 CONTACT AGENT: Bob Pifer - 701.371.8538 or bob@pifers.com Greater Grand Forks Office: 722 Demers Ave EGF, MN 56721 This sale is managed by Pifer's Auction & Realty. All statements made the day of the auction take ce over all printed materials. The seller reserves the right to reject or accept any and all l Pifer's Auction& Realty, 1506 29th Ave S, Moorhead, MN 56560. Kevin Pifer, N[ Pifer's LAND AUCTIONS www.pifers.com 877.477.3105