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Legal Notices 2-17

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

CITY OF BERTHOLD

BERTHOLD, NORTH DAKOTA

2020 STREET IMPROVEMENTS

MOORE PROJECT NO. 20994

General Notice

Owner is requesting Bids for the

construction of the project listed

above. Bids for the construction of

the Project will be received at City

Hall located at 105 Main Street

North, Berthold, ND 58718, until

March 2, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. local

time. At that time the Bids received

will be “publicly” opened and read.

The Project includes the following

Work: Reconstruction and rehabili-

tation of asphalt roadways and

drainage improvements. Obtaining

the Bidding Documents Digital pro-

ject bidding documents will be avail-

able at www.mooreengineering

inc.com by clicking the Bid Informa-

tion tab, or at www.questcdn.com.

You may download the complete set

of digital documents for a nonrefund-

able fee of $20.00 by locating eBid-

Doc† Number 6702288 on the web-

site. Please contact QuestCDN.com

at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.

com for assistance in membership

registration, downloading and work-

ing with this digital project informa-

tion. The Issuing Office for the Bid-

ding Documents is:

Moore Engineering, Inc.

2080 36th Ave SW, Suite 215,

Minot, ND 58701

Prospective Bidders may examine

the Bidding Documents at the Issu-

ing Office Monday through Friday

between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to

5:00 p.m. Partial sets of Bidding Do-

cuments will not be available from

the Issuing Office. Neither Owner

nor Engineer will be responsible for

full or partial sets of Bidding Docu-

ments, including addenda, if any,

obtained from sources other than the

Issuing Office. Each bid must be ac-

companied by a separate envelope

containing a bidder’s bond in a sum

equal to 5% of the full amount of the

bid executed by the bidder as princi-

pal and by a surety, conditioned that

if the principal’s bid is accepted and

a contract is awarded to the princi-

pal, the principal, within ten (10)

days after the notice of the award,

shall execute a contract in accor-

dance with the terms of the bid and

the bid bond, and any conditions of

the City of Berthold, as required by

law. A countersignature of a bid

bond is not required. If the City of

Berthold elects to award a contract

to the lowest responsible bidder, and

the lowest responsible bidder does

not execute a contract within ten

(10) days, the bidder’s bond will be

forfeited to the City of Berthold, and

the City of Berthold may award the

project to the next lowest responsi-

ble bidder. Each bidder must pos-

sess a valid North Dakota

contractor’s license for the full

amount of their bid, as required by

N.D.C.C. ’ 43-07-7. Each bidder

MUST enclose a copy of their

Contractor’s License or Certificate of

Renewal, issued by the North Dako-

ta Secretary of State, in their bid

bond envelope, and each license

must be valid and dated at least 10

days prior to the date set for bid

opening, as required under N.D.C.C.

’ 43-07-12. The City of Berthold will

not read or consider any bid that

does not fully comply with the re-

quirements above, or the require-

ments of N.D.C.C. ’ 48-01.2-05.

The City of Berthold will reseal any

deficient bid submitted and return it

to the bidder immediately. Instruc-

tions to Bidders. For all further re-

quirements regarding bid submittal,

qualifications, procedures, and con-

tract award, refer to the Instructions

to Bidders that are included in the

Bidding Documents.

This Advertisement is issued by:

Owner:City of Berthold

By:Steve Ibach

Title:Mayor

Date:February 10, 2020

(February 10-17-24, 2020)

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

Souris Valley Animal Shelter

Addition & Renovation

1935 20th Avenue Southeast

Minot, North Dakota 58701

Sealed Bids will be received for

Souris Valley Animal Shelter Addi-

tion & Renovation until 2:00 PM lo-

cal time March 5, 2020, including all

portions of Work for complete con-

struction of the addition, renovation,

and site work as identified in the

Construction Documents and shall

be bid as Single Prime Construction.

Bids shall be delivered to the office

of:

Ackerman-Estvold, Engineering and

Management Consulting, Inc.

ATTN: Ryan Anderson

1907 17th St SE

Minot, North Dakota 58701

at which time and place the bids will

be privately opened. Proposals re-

ceived after that time will not be ac-

cepted. Bid Proposals shall be ad-

dressed to:

Shelbi Waters, Executive Director

Souris Valley Animal Shelter

1935 20th Ave SE

Minot, ND 58701

The Construction Documents will be

on file and may be examined at the

Office of Ackerman-Estvold, Minot,

North Dakota and the following

Builders Exchanges: Bismarck –

Mandan, Construction Plans Ex-

change, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand

Forks, Minot, Williston, North Dako-

ta; Minnesota Builders Exchange;

Construction Industry Center, and

Sioux Falls Builders Exchange,

South Dakota. Bidders may obtain

Plans and Specifications by contact-

ing Sonya Boykin at

Ackerman-Estvold by phone at

701-837-8737 or by email at

sonya.boykin@ackerman-estvold.com

and requesting a link to DropBox

containing the project documents.

All prime contractors obtaining

plans, whether through exchanges

or directly, should direct

Ackerman-Estvold to place them on

the plan holders list. Each Bid must

be accompanied by a separate en-

velope, (attached to the Bid En-

velope) containing a Bid Bond equal

to five percent (5%) of the amount of

the Bid naming Diocese of Fargo as

Obligee. The Contractor shall also

enclose within the Bid Bond En-

velope a copy of the Bidder’s North

Dakota Contractor’s License or a

copy of their latest Renewal Certifi-

cate issued by the Secretary of

State as per North Dakota Century

Code 43-07-12. All Contractors who

submit Bids must hold a North

Dakota Contractors License in the

highest amount of their Bids and

such license must have been in ef-

fect at least ten (10) days prior to the

date of the Bid Opening. Any Bid

not containing these documents

shall not be acceptable and shall be

returned to the Bidder unopened.

See AIA Document A701

“Instructions to Bidders” in the Pro-

ject Manual for further information.

The Owner reserves the right to re-

ject any or all bids and to waive any

informalities in bidding. The suc-

cessful bidder will be required to fur-

nish a Payment Bond, Performance

Bond, Insurance Coverages and

other requirements stipulated in the

Project Manual. No Bidder may with-

draw his Bid within 30 days of the

actual date of the opening.

Shelbi Waters, Executive Director

Souris Valley Animal Shelter

(February 17-24; March 2, 2020)

MINOT CITY COUNCIL –

SCHEDULED MEETING –

FEBRUARY 3, 2020 AT 5:30 P.M.

Members Present: Jantzer, Olson,

Pitner, Podrygula, Sipma, Straight,

Wolsky

Members Absent: None

Mayor Sipma presiding and led the

City Council in the Pledge of Allegi-

ance. Sipma described some of his

meetings and activities over the past

month. He also said, there were

numerous meetings, phone calls,

e-mails, and individual contact con-

cerning City business. He then rem-

inded the public that the State of the

City Address will be held February

6th at Magic City Campus Arvel

Graving Theater. The open house

begins at 4:45 followed by the State

of the City Address at 5:30 and a so-

cial afterwards. The Mayor Pro-

claimed February 13, 2020 Giving

Hearts Day. Jantzer moved Olson

seconded and was carried unani-

mously to confirm the following May-

oral appointments: Visit Minot:

Jesse Zwak & Gabriel Mejia The

City Manager began by listing impor-

tant upcoming dates. He recapped

NDR updates, beginning with City

Hall Relocation. The City Council

directed staff to hire an architect to

develop reports on the “M” Building

and Wells Fargo Building. Staff hired

JLG to develop the reports and pro-

vide the information to Council be-

fore the physical tours take place on

March 9th. A special Council meet-

ing will be held at 4:30 to begin a

tour of each building. He cautioned

that the “M” building does not

currently have power so there is no

lighting, heat, or ADA accessible

elevators. The recommendation will

then be considered at the March

16th City Council meeting. The City

has moved on to the third option for

the Downtown Gathering Space.

The landowner has expressed in-

terest in selling so the environmental

review process is underway. A spe-

cial City Council meeting is

scheduled for February 24th to dis-

cuss NDR programs and financial

status which may lead to modifica-

tions to some activities. Mr. Barry

described the Minot Complete Count

Committee and Census 2020. They

have adopted the slogan “More

Means More,” which encapsulates

the idea that more people counted in

the census means more federal

funding, more opportunities for busi-

ness, and more jobs for our

residents. The City Manager

described the process the Interim

Taxation Committee has undergone

over the past Legislative Session

and how they plan to move forward.

A Special Assessment Revenue Re-

placement Study took place in an at-

tempt to find alternatives for special

assessments. The City of Minot

does not heavily depend on special

assessments because most situa-

tions require the developer to cover

the costs for development. However,

the City would like to preserve local

control and allow the tool to remain

as a financial option. The cleaning

and repair of the Parking Structures

is done, as well as lighting replace-

ment and roofing. Due to the fact the

structures have been without a roof

since they were constructed, the

Central Ramp needs EFIS repairs,

which will be added to the City’s

claim. The next improvements in-

clude installation of security cam-

eras bird control. Litigation involving

the Parking Structures began in

March 2018 on breach of contract

claims. Attorneys are working

through discovery and a suit is ten-

tatively scheduled for September,

2020. Mr. Barry shared statistics

from the recent Free Dump Week,

which experienced a record amount

of waste collection. During the

nine-day event, the City saw a 40%

increase in tickets at the scale and a

47% increase in tonnage. The next

free dump week will be with the

spring cleanup in May. The City

Manager invited members of the

community to participate in Citizens

Academy through the Police Depart-

ment. Sessions include patrol opera-

tions, crime scene response unit,

special operations, and use of

force/weapons familiarization. Ci-

tizens Academy will take place

Tuesday nights at 6:00 pm May 5-26

and those interested can contact

Master Police Officer Aaron Moss.

He then recognized Master Officer

Moss for receiving the Local Su-

perhero Award from the Minotauros

as part of their annual Superhero

Night. The City Manager and Mayor

then congratulated Barb McPeak,

PSAP Manager and Police Chief Ja-

son Olson for their retirement from

the Police Department. The Mayor

conducted a swearing-in ceremony

for the new Chief of Police, John

Klug, followed by a pinning

ceremony. The City Manager con-

cluded with a video promoting the

State of the City event. Following the

City Manager’s report, Straight re-

quested staff provide information on

the NDR budget and benchmark ac-

tivities prior to the special Council

meeting. The City Manager con-

firmed. The City Attorney submitted

a written report. Pitner moved

Jantzer seconded and carried unani-

mously to approve the minutes of the January 6, 2020 regular Council

meeting, the January 21, 2020 spe-

cial Council meeting and the Janu-

ary 21, 2020 regular Council meet-

ing; approve bills and transfers for

January in the amount of

$4,870,707.12 as follows: ABM

EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY INC.

66.91;ACKERMAN ESTVOLD 8735;

ACKERMAN ESTVOLD 13885;

ACME TOOLS 1329.99; ACME

TOOLS 5959.82; ADOBE SYS-

TEMS INC. 29.99; ADVANCED

BUSINESS METHODS 10624.69;

ALERT-ALL CORPORATION 3440;

ALL AMERICAN TROPHIES

113.95; ALL AMERICAN TRO-

PHIES 2642; ALL SEASON ARENA

16443.76; AMANO MCGANN, INC

60; AMAZON.COM 8285.28;

AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOC

496; AMERICAN PUBLIC WORKS

ASSN. 552.66; AMERICAN SO-

CIETY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHI

460; AMERICAN WATER WORKS

ASSN. 85; AMERICAN WELDING &

GAS, INC. 7646.21; AMERICAN

WELDING & GAS, INC. 252;

AMERIPRIDE 76.64; AMERIPRIDE

76.64; AMERITAS LIFE IN-

SURANCE CORP 2275.94; ANTON

PAAR USA, INC. 35074; APCO

INTERNATIONAL 94; APEX EN-

GINEERING GROUP 18895.12;

APEX ENGINEERING GROUP

6636.05; APH/AUTO VALUE

118.82; APPLE BOOKS 574.65;

ARAMARK 909.92; ARROWHEAD

ACE HARDWARE 187.52; ASCAP

363; AT&T 5450.09; AT&T 3844.53;

ATSSA 83; ATTIC, THE 10.05; B &

H PHOTO-VIDEO 389.25; BACH,

JAYDEE 44.96; BAG LLC 100;

BAKER & TAYLOR BOOKS

14998.77; BAKKE GRINOLDS

WIEDERHOLT 213.8; BALCO UNI-

FORM COMPANY, INC. 335; BAR-

RY, TOM 0; BARRY, TOM 55; BAT-

TERIES PLUS BULBS #639

986.11; BAUER, KATHERINE

41.76; BCBS 20; BERRY DUNN

MCNEIL & PARKER LLC 29087.34;

BEST BUY BUSINESS ADVAN-

TAGE ACCOUNT 1864.14; BILL

BARTH FORD INC 23100;

BLUETARP FINANCIAL, INC 71.45;

BLUETARP FINANCIAL, INC

1117.42; BMI 364; BOOK SYS-

TEMS, INC 1720; BORDER

STATES INDUSTRIES INC 239.04;

BOUND TREE MEDICAL 126.92;

BRAYS SADDLERY 50; BROAD-

WAY PRINTING COMPANY

789.78; BROADWAY PRINTING

COMPANY 325.5; BUDGET MUSIC

& VIDEO 149.52; BURNS, CALLIE

32.84; BUTLER MACHINERY CO.

0; BUTLER MACHINERY CO.

2215.63; BUTLER MACHINERY

CO. 567.22; BUTLER MACHINERY

CO. 635.79; C&C PLUMBING AND

HEATING 3710.54; CARNEGIE LI-

BRARY OF PITTSBURGH 19.99;

CAROLINA SOFTWARE 250; CDM

SMITH 241380; CDW GOVERN-

MENT INC 214.48; CDW GOVERN-

MENT INC 37010.45; CELLEBRITE

USA, CORP 3700; CENEX 33.26;

CENTRAL MACHINING&PUMP

REPAIR 1995.65; CHET’S SHOES

STORE 6 198; CITY LAUNDRY 18;

CITY OF MINOT 100; CIVICPLUS

1736.44; CNA SURETY 50; COLO-

NIAL LIFE PREMIUM PROCESS-

ING 2626.64; COMMUNITY AMBU-

LANCE SERVICE 34; COMMUNITY

AMBULANCE SERVICE 18; COM-

PLETE WAREHOUSE SUPPLY

3348.54; COMPUTER STORE

239.98; COOKIES FOR YOU 900;

COOMER, KAITLYN 10; CORE &

MAIN 3843.48; CORRPRO COM-

PANIES 2270; CPS, LTD 6203.75;

CREDIT COLLECTIONS BUREAU

335.85; CREDIT COLLECTIONS

BUREAU 335.85; CUMMINS

POWER, LLC 750; CURELO,

STEVE 126.5; CURT’S STARTER

& ALT. SERVICE 305.84; DACO-

TAH PAPER CO. 7725.11; DACO-

TAH PAPER CO. 1234.48; DAKO-

TA FIRE EXTINGUISHER 119.98;

DAKOTA FIRE EXTINGUISHER

3922.47; DAKOTA FLUID POWER,

INC 1012.56; DAKOTA FLUID

POWER, INC 82.32; DAKOTA SUP-

PLY GROUP 632.04; DAKOTA

TRACK SIDE 450; DAKOTA

TRUCK & FARM 880.25; DAKO-

TALAND AUTOGLASS 470; DAKO-

TALAND AUTOGLASS 225; DAKO-

TALAND AUTOGLASS 225;

DECOTEAU, WILLIAM 137.5;

DEERE CREDIT, INC 58448.57;

DELL FINANCIAL SERVICES

13354.97; DELL MARKETING L.P.

2752.28; DELL MARKETING L.P.

1538.47; DELTA AIR LINES 608;

DEMCO 2340.96; DETERT, REBE-

KA 25; DIRECTV 262.97; DOLAN

CONSULTING GROUP 95;

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CRISIS

CENTE 2428.35; DOMESTIC

VIOLENCE CRISIS CENTE

26624.98; DON BESSETTE MO-

TORS 503.36; DORSEY & WHIT-

NEY 4623.7; DUCK’S TOWING 75;

DUMMIES UNLIMITED INC.

1360.25; DXP ENTERPRISES, INC

3830; EAPC ARCHITECTS 18960;

EAPC ARCHITECTS 39427.36;

ECKMANN, TERRY PH.D. 125;

ECOLAB 380.29; ECOLAB 94.04;

EDWARDS, DAVID 1425.34; EL-

DORADO NATIONAL – CALIFOR-

NIA 3033.28; ELDORADO NA-

TIONAL – CALIFORNIA 338.96; EM-

ERGENCY AUTOMOTIVE TECH-

NOLOGIES 652.43; ENERBASE

38265.85; ENERBASE 32648.89;

ENERBASE 3836; ENVIRONMEN-

TAL PRODUCTS & ACCESS

140.87; ENVIRONMENTAL PRO-

DUCTS & ACCESS 1831.81; EX-

PRESSWAY SUITES 172.8; FAC-

TORY MOTOR PARTS 691.5; FAC-

TORY MOTOR PARTS 567.44;

FACTORY MOTOR PARTS 638.01;

FARGO FIREFIGHTERS LOCAL

642 450; FARSTAD OIL CO 766.35;

FASTENAL COMPANY 521.02;

FEDERAL EXPRESS 12.28;

FEDERAL EXPRESS 141.88; FER-

GUSON ENTERPRISES, INC

92.37; FERGUSON WATER-

WORKS #2516 1451.59; FERRELL-

GAS, L.P. 5; FIRE EQUIPMENT

CO. 514; FIRST DISTRICT

HEALTH UNIT 20833.33; FIRST

INTERNATIONAL BANK & TRUST

1220; FIRST WESTERN IN-

SURANCE 5650; FLAGSTAD, SAN-

DY 5; FLEETMIND SOLUTIONS

INC 85.81; FUNKE, LANDI 2.55; G

& P COMMERCIAL SALES 28.56;

G & P COMMERCIAL SALES

534.89; GAFFANEYS 460.45; GALE

309.69; GALLS LLC 167.21; GALLS

LLC 69.08; GAME STOP 2276.4;

GEARGRID CORPORATION

1061;GEMAR PHOTOGRAPHY

175; GENERAL TRADING 224.34;

GENERAL TRADING 136.15; GEN-

ERAL TRADING 629.86; GERDAU

RECYCLING 213.43; GERDAU RE-

CYCLING 216.86; GERDAU RECY-

CLING 247.8;GOETTLE, SHANE C

3500; GOOSENECK IMPLEMENT

243.5; GOOSENECK IMPLEMENT

128.34; GRAND FORKS FIRE

EQUIPMENT 26617.81; GRANITE

SPRINGS CO. 107; GRAPHICS

LETTERING & TRIM 415; GRAVEL

PRODUCTS, INC. 2337.32; GUZ-

MAN, ALAN RICARDO JUAREZ

230.54; H & H TRUCKING

10262.19; H & H TRUCKING

5264.36; HACH 199.46; HAWKINS,

INC 3729.6; HELGESON, DAVID

126.5; HENRY, JAIDYNJEAN 200;

HIGH POINT NETWORKS, LLC

393.75; HOBBY LOBBY 30.92;

HOLIDAY INN 856.8; HOME

DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES

534.71; HOME OF ECONOMY

7946.89; HOUSTON ENGINEER-

ING, INC 25004.66; HOWARD, DA-

VID 50; HOWARD, DAVID 50; IAAI

70; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

DEPARTMENT 2689.95; INNOVA-

TIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS LLC

209.19; INSPECTION REFUNDS

20; INTERNATIONAL ASSOC OF

ELEC INSP 486.78; INTERNA-

TIONAL CODE COUNCIL, INC 865;

INTERSTATE BATTERY SYSTEM

361.85; INTERSTATE BATTERY

SYSTEM 500.2; J C PENNEY CO

39.97; JAMAR TECHNOLOGIES,

INC. 995; JEROMES COLLISION

CENTER 935.57; JERRY’S REPAIR

& ALIGNMENT 85; JIMS

WELDING,INC. 257.5; JOB SER-

VICES OF NORTH DAKOTA

9381.2; JOHNSON CONTROLS

5135; KADRMAS, LEE & JACKSON

(BISMARCK) 102748.37; KARL’S

TV & APPLIANCE 849.99;

KIWANIS CLUB OF MINOT 150;

KIWANIS CLUB OF MINOT 150;

KLANG, ERIC 591.56; KLIMPEL

EXCAVATING, INC. 140; KLIMPEL

EXCAVATING, INC. 105; L-TRON

CORPORATION 344; LANDRUM

AND BROWN, INC 4642.04;

LAVERDURE, SHANE 100;

LAVERDURE, SHANE 100; LEX-

ISNEXIS MATTHEW BENDER

249.61; LEXISNEXIS MATTHEW

BENDER 82.53; LHOIST NORTH

AMERICA OF MISSOURI 14423.76;

LHOIST NORTH AMERICA OF

MISSOURI 7196.7; LOCATORS &

SUPPLIES 535.43; LOWES GAR-

DEN CENTER 632.35; LOWES

PRINTING, INC. 195; LOWES

PRINTING, INC. 215; LOWES

PRINTING, INC. 529.45; M&T FIRE

AND SAFETY INC 701; MACA 150;

MADC 30416.67; MAIN ELECTRIC

CONSTRUCTION 97; MAIN ELEC-

TRIC CONSTRUCTION 159.23;

MAIN ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION

8430.42; MARCO, INC 232.54;

MARCO, INC 568; MARKET

SHARE BRANDS INC 911.21;

MARKETPLACE FOODS 201.39;

MARKETPLACE FOODS SOUTH

BROADWAY 47.16; MARYLAND

DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 12;

MATERIAL TESTING 5757; MCR

MEDICAL SUPPLY 1562.19;

MECHMAN ALTERNATORS 599;

MENARDS 17.72; MENARDS

2911.82; MICROSOFT CORPORA-

TION 150.7; MICROSOFT COR-

PORATION 1828; MID-STATES

ORGANIZED CRIME INFO CTR

250; MIDSTATES WIRELESS, INC

112.5; MIDSTATES WIRELESS,

INC 56.25; MILLER LAW OFFICE,

P.C. 262.5; MINOT AREA SAFETY

ASSOCIATION 150; MINOT AS-

SOC. OF BUILDERS 950; MINOT

AUTO 1364.58; MINOT AUTO

1635.92; MINOT AUTO 127.81;

MINOT AUTOMOTIVE CENTER

260.99; MINOT CHAMBER OF

COMMERCE 50; MINOT CITY AU-

DITOR 169; MINOT CITY AUDITOR

100; MINOT COMMISSION ON AG-

ING 8750; MINOT

CONVENTION&VISITORS BUR.

32887.53; MINOT

CONVENTION&VISITORS BUR.

2755.92; MINOT DAILY NEWS

882.08; MINOT DAILY NEWS

337.44; MINOT DAILY NEWS

310.84; MINOT ELECTRIC 88.88;

MINOT ELECTRIC 212.9; MINOT

EMPLOYEE DONATIONS 1493.07;

MINOT LUMBER 5128.26; MINOT

LUMBER 182.04; MINOT PARK

DISTRICT 73706.93; MINOT PARK

DISTRICT 152218.88; MINOT RES-

TAURANT SUPPLY 119.59; MINOT

RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DIST

469; MINOT VETERINARY CLINIC

3941.58; MINOT WELDING COM-

PANY 4753.14; MINOT WELDING

COMPANY 110.25; MISC P CARD

VENDOR 14619.1; MISCELLANE-

OUS A/R 1000; MISCELLANEOUS

A/R 250; MISCELLANEOUS A/R

941.5; MISCELLANEOUS A/R

1714; MISCELLANEOUS A/R 3950;

MN CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT

CENTER 172.12; MN CHILD SUP-

PORT PAYMENT CENTER 172.12;

MOORE, MELANIE 23; MOUSE

RIVER FIREFIGHTER’S ASSN 25;

MOWBRAY & SONS 413.96;

MOYA, ZHAINA 139; MUNICODE

570.59; MUUS LUMBER 55.55;

MVTL LABORATORIES 5508; MY

PARKING PERMIT 169.5; NAGARA

– NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF

44.5; NAPA AUTO PARTS 525.22;

NAPA AUTO PARTS 1035.53;

NAPA AUTO PARTS 1123.07; NA-

TIONAL PAYMENT CORPORA-

TION 142.78; NBS CALIBRATIONS

181; ND CLERKS ASSOCIATION

100; ND DEPT OF HEALTH 18.54;

ND DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION

9827.49; ND FRATERNAL ORDER

OF POLICE 1475; ND HOUSING

FINANCE AGENCY 140.98; ND

LEAGUE OF CITIES 22593; ND

ONE CALL, INC 119.4; ND ONE

CALL, INC 51.05; ND STATE RA-

DIO COMM. 3000; ND WATER

EDUCATION FOUNDATION 240;

NDIRF 878.34; NEBRASKA CHILD

SUPPORT PAYMENT 563.08; NE-

BRASKA CHILD SUPPORT PAY-

MENT 563.08; NET TRANSCRIPTS

875.6; NEW HORIZONS CLC OF

SOUTH DAKOTA 8755; NEWMAN

TRAFFIC SIGNS 3712.95; NIESS

IMPRESSIONS 540.88; NORTH

COUNTRY SPORTSWEAR 1963;

NORTH DAKOTA HIGHWAY PA-

TROL 1129.08; NORTH PRAIRIE

RURAL WATER 135.11; NORTH

WINDS TRUCK ACCESSORIES

750; NORTHERN TOOL & EQUIP-

MENT 179.48; NORTHERN TRUCK

EQUIPMENT CORP 285.81;

NORTHERN TRUCK EQUIPMENT

CORP 358.09; NORTHWEST TIRE

AND RETREAD 5500.92;

NORTHWEST TIRE AND RE-

TREAD 40; NORTHWEST TIRE

AND RETREAD 1471.7;

NORTHWEST TIRE AND RE-

TREAD 60; NOVA FIRE PROTEC-

TION CO. 76; NTOA 236; O’DAY

EQUIP. INC. 405; O’DAY EQUIP.

INC. 816.7; O’REILLY AUTO

PARTS 5.23; OCLC 1359.48; OFF

BROADWAY LAUNDROMAT 14;

OFFICE DEPOT 2531.23; OK AU-

TOMOTIVE 343.08; OLSON

ALUMINUM CASTINGS 981.93;

OLSON’S TOWING 3725; OMNI

DISTRIBUTION,INC. 4796; ORR,

JEREMIAH 137.5; OVERDRIVE

1912.82; OVERHEAD DOOR CO.

OF MINOT 9495.2; OVERHEAD

DOOR CO. OF MINOT 3750;

OVERHEAD DOOR CO. OF MINOT

495.5; PACIFIC INNOVATIONS EN-

TERPRISES 844.11; PALMVID INC

479.1; PARSONS ELECTRIC LLC

125; PARSONS ELECTRIC LLC

11332; PARTY CITY 29.81;

PDQ.COM CORPORATION 900;

PEREZ JR., ISRAEL 150; PETCO

111.98; PETERSON, AARON

137.5; PFM FINANCIAL ADVISORS

LLC 1500; PITNEY BOWES INC.

104.96; PODIUM PROS INC. 4705;

POLLARD WATER 307.82; POS-

SEN, LACEY 12; PRAIRIE SUPPLY

36.5; PRAIRIE SUPPLY 296;

PRAIRIE SUPPLY 118; PRAXAIR

DISTRIBUTION, INC. 224.94; PRIN-

GLE & HERIGSTAD, P.C. 1664.2;

PRIORITY DISPATCH 245; PRO-

COLLECT 464.89; PROCONTROLS

MIDWEST 2836.56; PROTECH IN-

TEGRATIONS LLC 717.5; PROVI-

DENT LIFE & ACC INS CO 525.92;

RAMKOTA HOTEL & CONFER-

ENCE CENTER 89.2; RDO EQUIP-

MENT 26091.06; REALTIME

TRANSLATIONS, INC 10.5; RED

WING STORE 1547.92; REFLEC-

TIVE APPAREL FACTORY, INC.

865.88; REGENT BOOK COM-

PANY 47.05; REIMCHE, TYLER

126.5; REPUBLIC PARKING SYS-

TEM 26397.32; RHI SUPPLY

286.96; RODMAN, DAVID 640.4;

ROTARY CLUB OF MINOT 186;

ROUTEMATCH 2165; RUCKUS

NETWORKS, AN ARRIS COM-

PANY 494.7; SANITATION PRO-

DUCTS 1319.84; SANITATION

PRODUCTS 47.43; SCHATZ

CROSSROADS TRUCKSTOP

19.99; SCHEELS 89.4; SCHOCKS

SAFE AND LOCK SERVICE

401.65; SCHOCKS SAFE AND

LOCK SERVICE 63.95; SCHOOLS

IN, LLC 1325.36; SCHULTZ, PHIL

600; SCREENCLOUD 40; SECURI-

TY FENCE, INC. 0; SECURITY

PLUS 113; SERTOMA CLUB OF

MINOT 200; SHARE CORPORA-

TION 137.92; SHEFSTAD, ALLEN

126.5; SIGNS TODAY, INC 197.5;

SIPMA, SHAUN 310.2; SLUMBER-

LAND FURNITURE 140.62; SMITH,

FAITH 12; SOARING EAGLE

OUTERWEAR LLC 80; SOLTIS

BUSINESS FORMS CO. 328;

SOURIS BASIN PLANNING COUN-

CIL 4208.37; SOURIS BASIN

PLANNING COUNCIL 15034;

SOURIS RIVER JOINT WATER

RESOURCE 588393.07; SOURIS

RIVER JOINT WATER RESOURCE

383321.52; SOUTH CAROLINA

DMV 6; SOUTH DAKOTA CHILD

SUPPORT 175.87; SOUTH DAKO-

TA CHILD SUPPORT 175.87; SPX

CORPORATION 2531.99; SRF

CONSULTING GROUP 5622.02;

SRT COMMUNICATIONS 9615.31;

STAPLES 206.32; STATE WATER

COMMISSION 1091753.72; STATE

WATER COMMISSION 31206.64;

STATE WATER COMMISSION

10250.42; STEIN, JEANNE 54.98;

STEIN’S INC. 953.25; STEIN’S INC.

92.83; STEVICK BUSINESS

SPECIALTIES & WEAR 5474;

STEVICK BUSINESS SPECIAL-

TIES & WEAR 1840.47; STOP AND

SHOP 350; SUN LIFE FINANCIAL

46.5; SUPERION, LLC 90277.63;

SUPERPUMPER 16.11; SWAN-

SON & WARCUP, LTD 13134;

SWANSTON EQUIPMENT 107.66;

TARGET 473.89; TARGET 1044.42;

TARGETS ONLINE 69.99; TEAM

ELECTRONICS INC 86; TEAM

ELECTRONICS INC 176; TEAM

LAB CHEMICAL LLC 14521;

TESORO 100; THE GET GO INC

3756; THE HILLMAN GROUP, INC

74.36; THE IRIS COMPANIES

2461; THERMO SCIENTIFIC

PORTABLE 119.28; THOMSON

REUTERS-WEST PAYMENT

CENTER 264; TITAN MACHINERY

61; TRACTOR SUPPLY CREDIT

PLAN 64.93; TRAFFIC CONTROL

CORPORATION 642710; TRAN-

SPORTATION SECURITY CLEAR-

INGHOU 995; TRINITY HOSPI-

TALS AND MEDICAL GROUP

331.2; TRINITY MEDICAL CENTER

2570.25; TRINITY MEDICAL

GROUP 1770; TURTLE MOUN-

TAIN STAR 40; TYLER TECHNO-

LOGIES, INC 148080.27; TYLER

TECHNOLOGIES, INC 7839.91;

TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC

5560.17; U.S. GEOLOGICAL SUR-

VEY 20580; U.S. POST OFFICE

5000; U.S. POST OFFICE 7.35; UN-

IFORM CENTER 673.98; UNITED

AIRLINES 1228; UNITED MAILING

SERVICE 324.28; UNITED MAIL-

ING SERVICE 437.12; UNUM LIFE

INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMER

12035.59; UPS STORE #1423

308.07; US DEPARTMENT OF

EDUCATION AWG 278.09; US

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

AWG 269.82; USA BLUE BOOK

573.51; USPS – FEE PAYMENTS

235; VALS CYCLERY 24; VAN-

TAGEPOINT TRANSFER –

30##### 139.71; VANTAGEPOINT

TRANSFER – 30##### 139.71;

VERIZON 426.24; VERIZON

346.18; VERIZON 3583.64; VISIT

MINOT 25481.38; WAL MART 6.25;

WAL MART 221.65; WANTZ, MA-

CEY 69.6; WARD COUNTY DIVE

TEAM 5000; WASTE NOT RECY-

CLING LLC 12963.6; WATER AC-

COUNT REFUNDS 25.99; WATER

ACCOUNT REFUNDS 8.69; WA-

TER ACCOUNT REFUNDS 2.78;

WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS

45.07; WATER ACCOUNT RE-

FUNDS 50; WATER ACCOUNT

REFUNDS 4.93; WATER AC-

COUNT REFUNDS 21.45; WATER

ACCOUNT REFUNDS 65; WATER

ACCOUNT REFUNDS 20.96; WA-

TER ACCOUNT REFUNDS 10;

WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS

9.43; WATER ACCOUNT RE-

FUNDS 21.45; WAY PROPERTIES,

LLC 480; WESTERN STEEL AND

PLUMBING 666.55; WESTLIE

FORD 546.34; WESTLIE FORD

1070.83; WESTLIE TRUCK

CENTER 935.15; WESTLIE TRUCK

CENTER 1932.32; WESTLIE

TRUCK CENTER 49.04; WILO USA

LLC 2815.52; WINNELSON 184.44;

WSI CLAIM 100; XEROX COR-

PORATION 1088.39; 1ST MINOT

MANAGEMENT 950; 4 IMPRINT

818.61; 4 IMPRINT 1121.43;

4870707.12; approve payroll from

December 22, 2019 through January

18, 2020 in the amount of

$2,123,896.86; place and pass or-

dinance no. 5447 on second reading

to amend the 2020 annual budget

for the purchase of a traffic signal

cabinet, signal replacements, and

battery backups; place and pass or-

dinance no. 5448 on second reading

modifying approaches from Yield

Control to Stop Control within the

Region VIII Sign Replacement Area;

ratify the administratively approved

requests; approve the gaming site

authorization for Prairie Public

Broadcasting, Inc to conduct games

of chance at The Ice Box; approve

the request from Taco Feliz, LLC

dba Taco Feliz, for a Specialty Res-

taurant Beer & Wine License operat-

ing at 1535 South Broadway; ap-

prove the pledged assets as of De-

cember 31, 2019; place and pass or-

dinance no. 5449 on first reading

amending the 2020 annual budget

for street light feed point replace-

ment that had been appropriated in

the 2019 budget; place and pass or-

dinance no. 5450 on first reading

amending the 2020 annual budget

for the HPS to LED street light

conversion that had been appropriat-

ed in the 2019 budget; place and

pass ordinance no. 5451 on first

reading amending the 2020 annual

budget for the Broadway Corridor

Study; place and pass ordinance no.

5452 on first reading amending the

2020 annual budget for the purchase

of a GPS Receiver; award the con-

tract for construction of the 30th Ave

Gravity Sewer Project for

$1,572,800.00 to Dakota Under-

ground Specialties, LLC; award of

bid for SWIF Project 3135.2E, repair

of bank, stabilization, dredging and

culvert cleaning to Wagner Con-

struction and authorize Public Works

Director to sign Notice to Proceed;

place and pass ordinance no. 5453

on first reading amending the 2020

annual budget for the SWIF repair of

bank, stabilization, dredging and cul-

vert cleaning project; approve the

proposed “Joint Defense & Waiver

of Conflict of Interest” document and

authorize the City Attorney to sign

on behalf of the City of Minot; ap-

prove the project extension of the

Landrum & Brown, Inc. Task Order

No. 2 to develop a RFP for the

development of a QTA facility at the

Minot International Airport and ap-

prove the Landrum & Brown, Inc.

Task Order No. 3 to Update Stan-

dard Contract Forms; approve the

change to the Scope of Work for the

Berry Dunn contract to provide con-

sulting services for the ERP project

and authorize the Finance Director

to sign any necessary paperwork re-

lated to the change; adopt the

amendment to the contract with SRF

Consulting Group to modify the

scope of work on the Zoning Ordi-

nance update. Jantzer moved Wol-

sky seconded and afterdiscussion

was carried unanimously to place

and pass ordinance no. 5454 on first

reading to amend the 2019 annual

budget to adjust department budgets

for funds approved by the City

Council for Sales Tax Flood Control,

Various Grants, Library Memorial,

and Interest Distribution; approve

the 5-year lease to Butler Machinery

in the amount of $145,000 per year

for the CAT 836K landfill compactor.

Olson moved Pitner seconded and

after discussion was carried unani-

mously to adopt the 2020 – 2024

Capital Improvement Plan. Wolsky

said the City Engineer provided

some cost estimates for other pro-

jects he would like the Council to

consider. He requested staff bring

forward some actionable items on

the following projects: The first pro-

ject he requested is the Anne Street

Bridge reconstruction which he sug-

gested be moved up from 2022. He

said it could be logistically beneficial

to be done in a phased approach

aligning with Flood Protection. He

then requested $29,000 be allocated

to consider updating the quiet zone

study through downtown. Lastly, he

suggested they consider identifying

funding for a corridor study on 1st

Avenue NE from Third Street to

Main Street to the Amtrak Depot.

The area is largely owned by the

railroad but planning should begin in

conjunction with Flood Protection.

He also said he noticed the elevator

off the Third Street viaduct is now for

sale. He said it is estimated the

plans would cost about $200,000.

Podrygula commented on the ob-

jective criteria used to rank projects

and said there are other projects that

don’t fit the criteria but still merit dis-

cussion. He said, perhaps they

could discuss projects like the Sun-

set Blvd extension during a City

Council Retreat. There are many im-

provements that could be done

around the city that they may not all

be aware of. Straight agreed with

Wolsky regarding the Anne Street

Bridge and commented on the need

for pedestrian access to the down-

town Gathering Space and potential

middle school in downtown. Straight

moved Pitner seconded and was

carried unanimously to approve the

bids for construction/installation of

the City Hall Security Upgrades and

place and pass ordinance no. 5455

on first reading amending the 2020

annual budget for the City Hall

Security Improvements. Jantzer

moved Straight seconded and was

carried unanimously to approve the

following contracts AssetWorks,

LLC: Software License and Related

Hardware Purchase Agreement,

Software Maintenance Agreement,

and Professional Services Agree-

ment, Azteca Systems, LLC: City-

works License and Maintenance

Agreement, Hyland Software, Inc.:

Hyland Master Agreement, Tim-

mons Group: Letter of Agreement

Enterprise Asset/Work Order

Management with, Citizen Manage-

ment, and Permitting/Land Develop-

ment Solution with Implementation

Services, Timmons Group: Letter of

Agreement Esri GIS, Cityworks AMS

& PLL System Architecture Analysis;

and place and pass ordinance no.

5456 on first reading amending the

2020 annual budget for the Citywide

Asset Management Software Pro-

ject. Olson moved Jantzer seconded

and was carried unanimously to ap-

prove $200/month compensation to

Phil Schultz for bookkeeping duties

through the use of Parking Authority

cash reserves; place and pass ordi-

nance no. 5457 on first reading

amending the 2020 annual budget

for the bookkeeping services.

Jantzer moved Olson seconded and

after discussion was carried to

amend CDBG-DR/NDR Voluntary

Acquisition Policy to add setting pur-

chase price standards for blight pro-

perties which have been foreclosed.

Wolsky said he understands the

need to update one aspect of the

policy but their approval represents

approval of the overall policy. He

said, the section relates to fore-

closed properties but the entire poli-

cy is about acquisition of real estate,

including the Gathering Space and

City Hall. He said, he attempted to

make some changes last fall regard-

ing the use of appraisals to acquire

properties for the Gathering Space

project but may not have had the

most up to date version of the policy.

He requested a copy that included

tracked changes from previous

amendments to the policy. Wolsky

moved the City Council table the

item until an accurate version of the

policy is provided. Motion seconded

by Podrygula. Mayor Sipma remind-

ed, there is no discussion on a mo-

tion to table. Wolsky withdrew his

motion and Podrygula withdrew his

second. Mr. Zakian stated, this

change is specific to

CDBG-DR/NDR relating to proper-

ties that meet blight standards and

have been foreclosed upon. The pol-

icy would ensure that we make a fair

offer based on the cost of acquiring

the property which is always below

the current market value. He also

pointed out that time is of the

essence because we have been

made aware of a property available

for purchase. Upon questioning by

Pitner, Mr. Zakian said, the blighted

property would be demolished and

then the vacant lot would be avail-

able for purchase through sealed

bid. Any new construction must

adhere to elevation standards or it

could be purchased through the

neighbor next door program. Mr.

Zakian then addressed Wolsky’s

concerns by saying the policy is on

the website and includes the effec-

tive date and date approved by

Council. Straight asked about the

funding source, to which Mr. Zakian

replied by saying, there was

$800,000 in Allocation #1 for spot

blight. He explained that acquisitions

are driven by national objective and

Allocation #1 allows spot blight as

the national objective. He further ex-

plained that the property in mind

was not included in the City’s initial

assessment but since this process

has taken place, agencies are aware

of the City’s program and will alert

the City when properties meet the

requirements. The City was notified

that this property was available and

it is hopeful they can cast a wider

net to find homes like this. Straight

asked why the address was not in-

cluded. Mr. Zakian said, it is an ac-

tive negotiation so until an offer is

made, the City does not want to

release the information for another

buyer. Wolsky moved the City Coun-

cil table the item. Motion failed due

to lack of a second. Podrygula stat-

ed, because time is of the essence,

he does not want to delay the policy

however, he requested staff provide

the updated information. A vote was

taken on the motion by Jantzer,

seconded by Olson and carried by

the following roll call vote: ayes:

Jantzer, Olson, Pitner, Podrygula,

Sipma, Straight; nays: Wolsky.

Jantzer moved Olson seconded and

after discussion was carried to au-

thorize a Substantial Amendment to

the CDBG-NDR Action Plan to add

the National Objective of Urgent

Need to the Involuntary Acquisition

Activity. Wolsky asked why this

amendment would take place before

the discussion at the Special City

Council meeting. Mr. Zakian

responded by saying, one of the

basic requirements of HUD rules is

that all activities in an Action Plan

except Planning and Administration

must have one or more National Ob-

jectives which are Urgent Need,

Low/Moderate Income (LMI), and

Blight (includes Spot Blight). To be

able to use NDR funds outside

Buyout Area 4, it is necessary to

amend the Action Plan to add Ur-

gent Need as a National Objective.

In anticipation of the discussion dur-

ing the special Council meeting,

amending the Action Plan will allow

for more flexibility and offers more

options to consider. Straight ex-

pressed his frustration with BNSF

and the idea that NDR programs

may be eliminated because the rail-

road is forcing more acquisitions.

Mayor Sipma mentioned that the

community’s needs have changed

since the application was submitted

and it is worthwhile to have the dis-

cussions. A vote was taken on the

above motion by Jantzer, seconded

by Olson and carried by the follow-

ing roll call vote: ayes: Jantzer, Ol-

son, Pitner, Podrygula, Sipma,

Straight; nays: Wolsky. Ryan Acker-

man, Administrator for the Souris

River Joint Board, provided an up-

date on the MREFPP. He gave an

overview of current construction and

used videos to demonstrate the pro-

gress of each phase. He described

the design and permitting of current

and future phases as well as ac-

quisitions and funding sources. He

also gave details about manage-

ment of the Rafferty and Alameda

Reservoirs and provided an update

one the 2020 flood risk outlook. After

the presentation, Mr. Ackerman

responded to questions about pro-

ject details and financial strategies.

Public Works Director, Dan Jonas-

son provided an update on the

NAWS project. He began by saying,

litigation is finally done. He

described different aspects of the

overall project across the region in-

cluding cost shares and obligations

of the City of Minot. He used a map

to demonstrate different phases of

the project, including the status of

design and construction. Mr. Jonas-

son responded to questions regard-

ing funding as well as operations

and maintenance of the future water

treatment plants. The City Engineer

presented information regarding the

FEMA RiskMAP process and time-

line for new Flood Insurance Rate

Maps for the City of Minot. He ex-

plained the history of the flood

maps, including a timeline demon-

strating progress since 2000, when

the re-mapping process began. He

then described the appeal process,

should the City, Ward County or oth-

er communities decide to appeal the

preliminary FIRM. Upon questioning

by the Council, Mr. Meyer elaborat-

ed on the appeal process and poten-

tial options. Mayor Sipma recited

Section 2-31 A (5) of the Minot Code

of Ordinances, which describes de-

bate limitation. He said, there have

been discussions with staff relating

to concerns over lengthy and

profane public comment. He asked

the Council if there were any objec-

tions to adhering more closely to the

time restraints going forward. After

discussion, the Council agreed that

as long as the presiding officer, most

likely the Mayor, uses discretion to

allow debate, they would not object

to adhering to the ordinance. They

emphasized the need for consisten-

cy and transparency and mentioned

the use of a timer to notify the

speaker when the time limit was ap-

proaching. Wolsky moved Straight

seconded and after discussion car-

ried unanimously to approve a Retail

Beer and Wine license operated by

Prairie Sky Breads. Wolsky said the

establishment is ready to open and

he does not want their business to

be postponed waiting for a license.

At the request of Mayor Sipma, the

City Clerk confirmed that inspections

were conducted by the building offi-

cial and fire marshal and the appro-

vals were submitted earlier that day.

All City requirements have been met

in order to approve the license.

There being no further business,

Pitner moved Jantzer seconded and

was carried to adjourn the meeting

at 8:05 pm APPROVED: Shaun Sip-

ma, Mayor; ATTEST: Kelly Matalka,

City Clerk – PURSUANT TO NDCC

40-01-09.1, THESE MINUTES PUB-

LISHED SUBJECT TO THE

COUNCIL’S REVIEW AND REVI-

SION.

(February 17, 2020)

NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE

Civil No. 51-2019-CV-01482

IN DISTRICT COURT, WARD

COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Danny A. Clementich, et al,

Defendant.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that

by virtue of a judgment and decree

of foreclosure rendered and given in

the District Court in and for the

County of Ward, North Dakota,

North Central Judicial District, en-

tered and docketed in the Office of

the Clerk of said Court on December

09, 2019, in Ward County civil case

number 51-2019-CV-01482; on

which day it was adjudged that there

was due and owing the Plaintiff from

the Defendant, Danny A. Clemen-

tich, a single person, together with

costs and disbursements of said ac-

tion, the sum of $149,199.14, and by

virtue of a Special execution issued

to me by the Clerk of said Court, I

will sell the real property described

in said judgment and hereafter

described to the highest bidder for

cash at public auction at the front

door of the Ward County Court-

house, North Dakota, on March 11,

2020, at the hour of 10:00 AM (CT)

of that day to satisfy the amount due

with accrued costs and interest at

the date of sale, or so much thereof

as the proceeds of said sale applica-

ble thereto will satisfy. The premises

to be sold as aforesaid are situated

in the County of Ward, State of

North Dakota, and are more particu-

larly described as follows:

LOT 11, BLOCK 5, KEYES

AMENDED PLAT OF THE SE1/4

SE1/4 OF SECTION 20, TOWN-

SHIP 155 NORTH, RANGE 82

WEST OF THE 5TH P.M., MINOT,

WARD COUNTY, NORTH DAKO-

TA. (Street Address: 1019 39th St.

Se, Minot, ND 58701)

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have

hereunto set my hand and sel the

31st day of January, 2020.

For: Robert Roed

Sheriff of Ward County,

North Dakota

By:/s/Jamie Williams

Deputy Sheriff

Janelle G. Ewing

The Sayer Law Group, P.C.

Attorneys for Plaintiff

925 w. 4th St.

Waterloo, IA 50703

(319) 234-2530

Attorney ID No.: 08611

generalupdates@sayerlaw.com

File No. ND190011

(February 10-17-24, 2020)

NOTICE OF FILING DEADLINE

Notice is hereby given that the dead-

line for filing to have a candidate’s

name printed on the ballot for the

City of Sawyer is April 6, 2020 by

4:00 pm. The following city offices

are up for election: Mayor – 1 posi-

tion for a 4 year term, City Council

Members – 2 positions each for a 4

year term. A candidate for a city of-

fice must turn in a completed SFN

2704 Petition/Certificate of Nomina-

tion and a completed SFN 10172

Statement of Interests to the City

Auditor by the above deadline date

and time. Forms are available from

the City Auditor.

(February 17, 2020)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Probate No. 51-2020-PR-00022

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

WARD COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Estate of

Kristina M. Kraft, Deceased.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the undersigned has been appointed

personal representative of the above

estate. All persons having claims

against the said deceased are re-

quired to present their claims within

three months after the date of the

first publication or mailing of this no-

tice or said claims will be forever

barred. Claims must either be

presented to Stephonie Broughton,

Personal Representative of the

estate, at 2525 Elk Drive, P. O. Box

1000, Minot, ND 58702-1000, or

filed with the Court.

Dated this 5th day of February,

2020.

/s/Stephonie Broughton

Stephonie Broughton

James E. Nostdahl #03925

PRINGLE & HERIGSTAD, P. C.

2525 Elk Drive

P. O. Box 1000

Minot, ND 58702-1000

jnostdahl@pringlend.com

Attorney’s for:

Personal Representative

(February 10-17-24, 2020)

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

COUNTY OF WARD

IN DISTRICT COURT

NORTH CENTRAL JUDICIAL

DISTRICT

State of North Dakota, by and

through the Office of State Tax

Commissioner,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Matthew A. Thomas,

Defendant.

Civil No. 51-2020-CV-00187

SUMMONS

THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN-

DANT:

YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED

and required to appear and defend

against the Complaint in this action,

which is herewith served upon you

and has been filed with the Clerk of

the District Court in the county in

which this action is commenced, by

serving upon the undersigned with

an Answer or other proper response

within twenty-one (21) days after the

service of this Summons upon you,

exclusive of the day of service. If

you fail to do so, judgment by default

will be taken against you for the re-

lief demanded in the Complaint.

Dated this 29th day of January,

2020, at Bismarck, North Dakota.

/s/ Charles Dendy

Charles Dendy (State Bar Board Id.

05877)

Special Assistant Attorney General

Office of State Tax Commissioner

600 East Boulevard Avenue

Bismarck, North Dakota 58505-0599

(701)328-2776

Fax (701) 328-3700

Email cdendy@nd.gov

Attorney for Plaintiff

(February 3-10-17, 2020)

SUMMONS

Case No. 51-2020-CV-00192

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD, IN DISTRICT

COURT, NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Steve T. Gulbranson, decedent, and

Derinda Gulbranson,

Plaintiffs,

vs.

F.L. Thompkins, June Tompkins,

R.J. Ulrich, Jr., Gloria Ulrich, Alfred

L. Burns and Karen A. Burns, and all

other presons unknown claiming any

estate of interest in, or lien upon, the

property described in the Complaint,

including heirs, devisees, legatees

or personal representatives of any

deceased person.

Defendants.

THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN-

DANTS: You and each of you are

hereby summoned and required to

appear and defend against the com-

plaint in this action, which has been

or will be filed in the office of the

Clerk of Distrct Court, Ward County,

North Dakota by serving upon the

undersigned an Answer or other

proper response within twenty-one

(21) days after the service of this

Summons upon you, exclusive of

the day of service. If you fail to do

so, judgment by default will be taken

against you for the relief demaned in

the Complaint.

NOTICE

The defendants are hereby notified

that the object of the above entitled

action is the quieting of title in the

Plaintiffs in the follwing described

Ward County, North Dakota real

estate, to-wit:

Sublot B, Lots 18 and 19, Tomp-

kins and Ulrich Second Addition

to the City of Minot, Ward County,

North Dakota

That no personal claim is made

against the defendants or any of

them.

Dated this 29th day of January,

2020.

/s/Robert W. Martin ND Bar ID

#04636

Attoney at Law

Martin Law

Heritage Place

201 Main St. S., Suite 200

(701) 852-8437

rwmlawyer@hotmail.com

(February 3-10-17, 2020)

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