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LEGAL NOTICES Page 8 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS - Wednesday, November 27, 20 I 9 Public Hearing Of The Park River PUBLIC HEARING OF THE PARK RIVER CITY COUNCIL, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2019, AT 5:15 PM. Mayor Stenvold called the hearing to order with the following present: Councilmen Lorton, Halvorson, Kubat and Anderson, City Attorney Tracy Laaveg, City Coordinator/Auditor Nancy Thompson, and Assessor/Deputy Auditor Ann Berg. Absent: Councilmen Miller and Lundquist, and Public Works Director Dennis Larson. Others: Tessa Peterka and Ginger Peterka. Mayor Stenvold stated the purpose of the meeting was to conduct a Public Hearing for Tessa Peterka’s request for a non-conforming use permit to open a dog grooming business in a residential area. Thompson informed those present the petition and required signatures were in order. No one present protested the request for the non-conforming use petition. City Council Anderson moved and Lorton seconded to approve Peterka’s request for a non-conforming use permit. Upon roll call vote all present voted aye. M/C. Stenvold and the Council asked Peterka when she expected her business would be opening. Peterka stated she is waiting for some equipment to be Park River Area School Board Regular Meeting Minutes delivered and installed but hoped by the end of November. All present wished Peterka well on her new business venture. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 5:19 PM. A'ITEST: Ann Berg, Assessor/Deputy Auditor Mayor Dan Stenvold, (Nov. 27, 2019) PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL BOARD KIRK HAM 97.82 I REGULAR MEETING MINUTES INNOVATIVE HEALING OCTOBER 22, 2019 COUNSELING 100.00 JW PEPPER & SON 10.99 The Regular Board Meeting was held October 22, 2019. Members present: MARCO TECH 1,046.00 MARY MARTIN 29.36 Diana Hahn, Louis Kadlec, Breanna AMANDAMLCOCH 10.00 Brintnell, Kelly Houser, Donald Porter, MDU 908.52 and Bill Bata. Absent: Brad Brummond. NORTH STAR COOP 4,206.61 NORTHDALE OIL 355.68 President Bata called the meeting to order at 5:32 PM. NORTHERN RED RIVER ITV 3,178.00 POLAR COMM 564.89 Add Action Item M. Sherry Currie SAMSON ELECTRIC 1,876.55 resignation. M: Houser S: Brintnell to TECHNO PLY 951.48 finalize agenda, All in favor, M.C. THREE STAR DAIRY 2,452.20 UNUM LIFE INS1,009.24 M: Hahn S: Houser to approve the UPPER VALLEY SPECIAL ED September 19, 2019 Public Hearing 48,177.82 Minutes, All in favor, M.C. WALSH COUNTY PRESS 24.00 WALSH COUNTY RECORD M: Kadlec S: Brintnell to approve the 102.00 September 19, 2019 Regular Meeting WALSH PEMBINA Minutes, All in favor, M.C. ADMINISTRATORS 1,327.50 WAYNES VARIETY 43.88 M: Hahn S: Kadlec to approve the AUSTIN YRI 42.87 expenditures as follows: General Fund DONNA GALLOWAY 101.00 #4613-4653, $227,787.06; Payroll and ROBERT GOLL 101.00 Benefits #76584-76596 and #7234-7495, LANGDON AREA SCHOOL $664,509.75; Special Activities #3404- 180.00 3472, $18,142.92, All in favor, M.C. MICHAEL SHOCK 171.50 KEVIN BAUMGARN 92.00 JP MORGAN 44,025.93 JAMIE BECK 92.00 JP MORGAN 41,347.95 TYLER MUND 92.00 JP MORGAN 33,943.75 RHONDA GAARDER 50.00 Attorney General 41.25 COURTNEY FORD . 142.76 NDSBA 920.00 ROBERT GOLL 101.00 AMERICA'S BATTLE OF THE PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL BOOKS 100.00 5.00 COMPANION CORPORATION FRED GANSSLE 50.00 599.00 LANGDON AREA SCHOOL LIGHT WATER DEPT 11,713.93 110.00 AMAZON.COM CREDIT 363.30 UNITED SCHOOL 175.00 CENEX FLEETCARD 157.76 NDSU SCHOOL OF MUSIC CENTRAL REGIONAL ED 35.00 630.00 CINTAS 71.26 PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL CULINEX 54.81 6,257.48 DAKOTA ASSEMBLIES 450.00 JACK FROST 50.00 DEPT OF PUBLIC INST 1,400.42 JAMES JOHNSON 66.00 DISCOVERY BENEFITS 50.00 JAMES STALLARD 154.10 EDUTECH 20.00 JORDAN STEVENS 90.50 FIRST UNITED BANK 11,902.50 TODD ELFMAN 90.50 FIRST UNITED INS 10,869.00 SPENCER HALVORSON 90.50 DONNA GALLOWAY 161.64 BRAYDEN SCHILDBERGER GLYNLYON 750.00 90.50 GREAT WESTERN NTWK;1_,800.00, , HAHN‘S BAKERY, 494.15 VIIII WBI‘IIEII I01‘ I ‘*:-:MIKE SWARTZ 50.00 . ..fiCZHQLASTlc BQOKEFAIRS 1. I... now let it work for you. The Press can help make a little go a long way. wcpadvtis First Care Health Center’s December Schedule Dr. Mirza Baig, Gastroenterologist .............................. ..Dec. 11, 13 (Colonoscopy, Endoscopy. Hepatic Consults) Dr. Ronald Brockman, Ophthalmologist ............................ ..Dec. 10 Dr. Jason Go, Cardiologist ......... .. Dr. Inder Khokha, Surgeon ......... .. Dr. Kevin Panico, Oncologist ...... .. Dr. Anil Potti, Oncologist ............ .. .................................. ..Dec. 19 ....................... ..Every Thursday .................................... ..Dec. 9 ................................. ..Dec. 12 Dr. Mark Strand, ENT, Otolaryngologist ................ . ., ........... ..Dec. 10 Dr. Jennifer Gowan, Audiologist ...................................... ..Dec. 10 Audiocare AM Brenda Haugen ..................................... ..Dec. 31 Mammograms, Digital ............................................... ..Dec. 5, 19 Foot Care Clinic 9AM 2PM ........................................... ..Dec. 18 Nuclear Medicine ........................................................ ..Dec. 23 Dietitian—Christina Bata, LRD ............................... .. Every Thursday Physical Therapy ......................................... .. Every Monday—Friday Corissa Kruse, PT, DPT, CLT; Allie Beneda, PTA; Evan Zacharias, PT, DPT; Raevyn Haugland, PT, DPT Social Workers ............................................. .. Every Monday—Friday Tina Sitzer, MSW, LBSW; Emily Koenig, MSW, LMSW Shelle Berg, RN, Outpatient Care Coordinator & Clinical Health Coach .......................................... ..Every Monday—Friday Mental Health Therapists ~— Marisa Mango............_.,.......................................Thursdays, Fridays Megan Smith ..................................................... ,,Thursdays, Fridays CT Scans available daily MR/s—every Wednesday Ultrasounds — Monday—Friday ' Lab Hours: Mon.—Fri.—-—7:30AM-5:30PM. Saturdays—~8:30Ali/l—Noon. Echocardiograms —— E ver Thursday by appointment DEXA Scans— Bone Density Measurement—Daily (Must have a health prowder order) Telemedicine visits with Altru Sanford pro'viders available by appointment—For more info, call Lori Seim, RN at 284-4566 Call 284-7555 for an appointment First Care Health Center - Park P” www.firstcarehc.com ~59. 5 . ; imitetaigcaig HEALTH CENTER 3,286.23 DANIEL MERTENS 188.90 ROGER MERTENS 93.50 JORDAN MERTENS 93.50 TERRY WALLACE 93.50 TYLER MUND 93.50 RUBY HAGEN 50.00 THOMPSON SCHOOL 150.00 THOMPSON SCHOOL 42.00 ND FCCLA 25.00 HABERDASHERY CORP APPAREL 191.25 LARIMORE SCHOOL 110.00 ETHAN CHALICH 22.00 VANESSA COOPER 66.00 WILLIAM GALLOWAY 44.00 GOLDEN HARVEST JEWELERS 120.00 AMANDA'GOLL 49.91 GRAND FORKS SCHOOL390.00 GAVINN HALVORSON 22.00 MA'IT HELL 25.00 JOCELYN JENNINGS 7.20 RACHEL JOHANSEN 66.00 DAMON JOHNSON 25.00 JAMES JOHNSON 50.00 JS WHOLESALE 930.67 JOEY KRAM 25.00 LARIMORE SCHOOL 60.00 MINOT STATE UNIVERSITY 21 .00 NATIONAL FFA 808.00 ND HIGH SCHOOL ACT ASSOC 237.50 NORTHDALE OIL 231.90 JAKE OLSON 22.00 PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL 710.53 JULIA PIC 80.00 SYDNEY PORTER 22.00 DYLAN ROSE 22.00 JARROD ROST 50.00 PEYTON SCHROEDER 66.00 DEAN THOMPSON 50.00 THREE STAR DAIRY 246.23 WAYNES VARIETY 35.75 KARINA WHALEY 91.01 JAYLIE WOODS44.00 ZACK ZIKMUND 22.00 PARK RIVER AREA SCHOOL 30.00 Miss Sara Larson gave a presentation on her sixth grade classroom activities and whole brain instruction. Financial Report: Dr. Pepper, Mellow ‘ Supt. Ham ‘— ' i Discussed roofing concerns. Administration Reports: Elementary Principal Martin — PT Conferences had 91% attendance, PowerSchooI Standards Based grading, fire station field trip, new teacher evaluations; High School Principal Schramm — Prof. Dev.- engagement strategies, College Appl. Day, student engagement survey, AD Report, Washington, DC. Convention; Supt. Ham — Custodial position, Music Ed. Grant, Bus Grant, Chevy Traverse, Education ‘ Foundation event in November, Narcan training, ACT scores. REA, or No Library, Vocational Reports. Policies & Procedures, Personnel Committee Report: Supt. Ham - Policies are included in Action Items. Superintendent evaluation is due November15. Reviewed the NDSBA resolutions to be voted on at convention. M: Hahn S: Houser to approve the Pledged Securities as of September 30, 2019, All in favor, M.C. M: Hahn S: Porter to amend the Student Handbook Discrimination Policy to match the Board Policy AAC Nondiscrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy, All in favor, M.C. ‘ M: Houser S: Kadlec to rescind Policy ABAB- School Year & Calendar dated July 24, 2013; approve the first reading, waive second reading, and final adoption of Policy ABAB- School Year Calendar, Hahn-aye, Brintnell-aye, Houser-aye, Porter-aye, Kadlec-aye, Bata-aye, M.C. M: Hahn S: Brintnell to rescind Policy ABCE- Prohibition on Aiding Sexual Abuse dated March 12, 2019; approve first reading, waive second reading, and final adoption of Policy ABC E- Prohibition on Aiding Sexual Abuse, Brintnell-aye, Hahn-aye, Houser-aye, Kadlec-aye, Porter-aye, Bata-aye, M.C. F‘“*. :14. «a M: Kadleg S: P rterto rescind Policy mil-fie: U2.“ . g 2.: , . r .1331 t»: ACEA- Bullying Policy dated July 24, 2013; approve first reading, waive second reading, and final adoption of Policy ACEA- Bullying Policy, Houser-aye, Porter-aye, Kadlec—aye, Brintnell-aye, Hahn—aye, Bata-aye, M.C. M: Hahn S: Kadlec to rescind Policy BAA- Employing Board Members dated July 24, 2013; approve first reading, waive second reading, and final adoption of Policy BAA- Employing Board Members, Hahn-aye, Houser-aye, Brintnell-aye, Porter-aye, Kadlec-aye, Bata-aye, M.C. M: Hahn S: Porter to rescind Policy BBC- Method of Filling a Board Vacancy dated July 24, 2013; approve first reading, waive second reading, and final adoption of Policy BBC- Method of Filling a Board Vacancy, Brintnell-aye, Hahn- aye, Houser-aye, Porter-aye, Kadlec-aye, Bata-aye, M.C. M: Houser S: Brintnell to rescind Policy HEAB- Incidental Revolving Accounts dated July 24, 2013, Hahn-aye, Brintnell-aye, Houser-aye, Kadlec—aye, Porter-aye, Bata-aye, M.C. M: Brintnell S: Houser to approve first reading, waive second reading, and final adoption of Policy DEAG- Weapons Prohibition on School Property- Employees, Kadlec-aye, Porter-aye, Houser-aye, Brintnell-aye, Hahn-aye, Bata-aye, M.C. M: Hahn S: Kadlec to approve first reading, waive second reading, and final adoption of Policy KADA- Weapons Prohibition on School Property-Public, Porter-aye, Kadlec-aye, Hahn-aye, Houser-aye, Brintnell-aye, Bata-aye, M.C. M: Houser S: Brintnell to amend Policy DDAE- Sick Leave Bank dated July 24, 2013 to change qualifying event to include “employee’s spouse, minor child, or those under their custodial care” and remove "disabled" under Conditions 3., waive the second reading, Hahn-aye, Brintnell-aye, Houser-aye, Porter-aye, Kadlec-aye, Bata-aye, MC. Medea 8:- 31.99%” guaranties)! Lifefine Tfie ~12: g Leader In ’Personaf Response atwaupyort Services HCAA- Purchasing Agent dated July 27, 2015 to increase bid threshold to $50,000, waive the second reading, Houser-aye, Porter-aye, Kadlec-aye, Brintnell—aye, Hahn-aye, Bata-aye, M.C. M: Houser S: Kadlec to approve Lisa Krile‘s Sick Leave Bank request of 30 days, All in favor, M.C. M: Hahn S: Kadlec to approve the Open Enrollment Requests for the Hannesson, Olafson, and Chimbur families, All in favor, M.C. M: Houser S: Porter approve Carly Anderson’s Tuition Assistance Request, All in favor, M.C. Members Hahn and Porter left meeting. M: Kadlec S: Brintnell to approve the School Configuration as PK-6, 7-12, All in favor, M.C. M: Kadlec S: Brintnell to hire Wanda Lee as Assistant Cook contingent on hiring her custodial position replacement, All in favor, M.C. M: Kadlec S: Brintnell to approve the Amended Joint Powers Agreement for the Library, All in favor, M.C. M: Houser S: Kadlec to accept, with regret, Sherry Currie’s resignation as Head Volleyball Coach, All in favor, M.C. Members Hahn and Porter returned. Next meeting is scheduled for November 13, 2019 at 5:30 PM. Adjourned at 7:05 PM. /s/Bill Bata, President /s/Roberta Hinkel, Business Manager How Lifeline Works'To Get You Help Fast If you need help, pushyour personal help button, which automatically dials the Lifeline Response Center. Trained Personal Response Associates who have instant access to your pertinent information will contact you immediately to see what help you need. Even if you can’t answer, Lifeline will send the help you need right away and will follow—up to ensure that help did arrive and you are being cared for. (.xt‘xxi . ,5amantan Secrets": PARK RIVER IF YOU ARE AT RISK CALL 284-71 1 5 Park River Good Samaritan Campus Help Wanted: Lifeii Silverado Trucking Company is looking for Class A Belly & Side dump drivers. Immediate openings — Call LeRoy at 602-469-0999. 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