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Legal Notices 2-7

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

Separate sealed bids for the con-

struction of General Aviation Apron

Reconstruction, according to the

drawings and specifications on file at

the office of the Minot Airport will be

received by the Minot City Clerk at

City of Minot, 515 2nd Ave SW,

Minot, North Dakota until 10:30 AM,

February 28, 2020 and then at said

office publicly opened and read

aloud. The Contract Documents

may be examined during business

hours at the following locations:

Ulteig Engineers, Inc. 3350 – 38th

Avenue South, Fargo, ND

58104-7079

Copies of the Contract Documents

may be obtained through

QuestCDN.com #6697956 for

$25.00 or at the office of Ulteig En-

gineers, Inc. located at 3350 38th

Avenue South, Fargo, ND, upon

payment of $250.00 for each set.

Payment will not be refunded. Bids

shall be upon the basis of cash pay-

ment for the reconstruction of the

general aviation apron at the Minot

International Airport. Each Bid shall

be accompanied by a separate en-

velope containing a Bidder’s Bond in

a sum equal to five percent of the

full amount of the Bid, executed by

the Bidder as principal and by a

surety company authorized to do

business in this state, conditioned

that if the principal’s Bid be accepted

and the contract awarded to him, he,

within -ten days after Notice of

Award, will execute and effect a con-

tract in accordance with the terms of

his Bid and a Contractor’s Bond as

required by law and the regulations

and determinations of the governing

board. If the successful bidder does

not execute a contract within the fif-

teen days allowed, the bidder’s bond

must be forfeited to the governing

body and the project awarded to the

next lowest responsible bidder. The

Bid Bond of the three lowest Bidders

will be retained until the contract has

been awarded and executed, but no

longer than sixty (60) days. The Bid

security is a guarantee that the

Bidder will enter into contract for the

work described in the Proposal. All

Bidders shall hold a valid North

Dakota Contractor’s license of the

proper class and shall enclose a

copy of the license or Certificate of

Renewal of the license in the same

envelope as the Bidder’s Bond. A

Contractor must be the holder of a

license at least ten days prior to the

date set for receiving Bids to be a

qualified Bidder. The successful

Bidder will be required to furnish

Contract Performance and Payment

Bonds in the full amount of the con-

tract. No Bid will be read or con-

sidered which does not fully comply

with the above provisions as to Bond

and licenses, and any deficient Bid

submitted will be resealed and re-

turned to the Bidder immediately.

The governing body reserves the

right to reject any and all bids and

rebid the project until a satisfactory

bid is received. Required Federal

Provisions:

1.Requirement for Affirmative Ac-

tion to Ensure Equal Employment

Opportunity:

1.The Offeror’s or Bidder’s attention

is called to the “Equal Opportunity

Clause” and the “Standard Federal

Equal Employment Opportunity

Construction Contract Specifications

” set forth herein.

2.The goals and timetables for

minority and female participation,

expressed in percentage terms for

the Contractor’s aggregate work-

force in each trade on all construc-

tion work in the covered area, are as

follows:

Timetables

Goals for minority participation for

each trade: 4.4%

Goals for female participation in

each trade: 6.9%

These goals are applicable to all of

the Contractor’s construction work

(whether or not it is Federal or

federally assisted) performed in the

covered area. If the Contractor per-

forms construction work in a geo-

graphical area located outside of the

covered area, it shall apply the goals

established for such geographical

area where the work is actually per-

formed. With regard to this second

area, the Contractor also is subject

to the goals for both its federally in-

volved and non-federally involved

construction. The Contractor’s com-

pliance with the Executive Order and

the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4

shall be based on its implementation

of the Equal Opportunity Clause,

specific affirmative action obligations

required by the specifications set

forth in 41 CFR 60-4.3(a) and its ef-

forts to meet the goals. The hours of

minority and female employment

and training must be substantially

uniform throughout the length of the

contract, and in each trade, and the

Contractor shall make a good faith

effort to employ minorities and wom-

en evenly on each of its projects.

The transfer of minority or female

employees or trainees from Con-

tractor to Contractor or from project

to project for the sole purpose of

meeting the Contractor’s goals shall

be a violation of the contract, the Ex-

ecutive Order and the regulations in

41 CFR Part 60-4. Compliance with

the goals will be measured against

the total work hours performed.

3.The Contractor shall provide writ-

ten notification to the Director of the

Office of Federal Contract Compli-

ance Programs (OFCCP) within 10

working days of award of any con-

struction subcontract in excess of

$10,000 at any tier for construction

work under the contract resulting

from this solicitation. The notification

shall list the name, address, and

telephone number of the subcon-

tractor; employer identification

number of the subcontractor; es-

timated dollar amount of the subcon-

tract; estimated starting and comple-

tion dates of the subcontract; and

the geographical area in which the

subcontract is to be performed.

4.As used in this notice and in the

contract resulting from this solicita-

tion, the “covered area” is Minot,

North Dakota, Ward County.

2.Buy American Preference

The Contractor agrees to comply

with 49 USC ’ 50101, which pro-

vides that Federal funds may not be

obligated unless all steel and

manufactured goods used in AIP

funded projects are produced in the

United States, unless the Federal

Aviation Administration has issued a

waiver for the product; the product is

listed as an Excepted Article, Materi-

al Or Supply in Federal Acquisition

Regulation subpart 25.108; or is in-

cluded in the FAA Nationwide Buy

American Waivers Issued list. A

bidder or offeror must complete and

submit the Buy America certification

included in the bid proposal with

their bid or offer. The Owner will re-

ject as nonresponsive any bid or

offer that does not include a com-

pleted Certificate of Buy American

Compliance.

3.Civil Rights – Title VI Assurance

The Minot Airport, in accordance

with the provisions of Title VI of the

Civil Rights Act of 1964 (78 Stat.

252, 42 USC ’’ 2000d to 2000d-4)

and the Regulations, hereby notifies

all bidders or offerors that it will affir-

matively ensure that any contract

entered into pursuant to this adver-

tisement will be afforded full and fair

opportunity to submit bids in

response to this invitation and will

not be discriminated against on the

grounds of race, color, or national

origin in consideration for an award.

4.Debarment and Suspension

By submitting a bid/proposal under

this solicitation, the bidder or offeror

certifies that neither it nor its princi-

pals are presently debarred or

suspended by any Federal depart-

ment or agency from participation in

this transaction.

5.Disadvantaged Business

Enterprise

The Owner’s award of this contract

is conditioned upon Bidder or Of-

feror satisfying the good faith effort

requirements of 49 CFR ’26.53. As

a condition of bid responsiveness,

the Bidder or Offeror must submit

the following information with its pro-

posal on the forms provided herein:

1)The names and addresses of

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise

(DBE) firms that will participate in

the contract;

2) A description of the work that each

DBE firm will perform;

3)The dollar amount of the participa-

tion of each DBE firm listed under

(1)

4)Written statement from Bidder or

Offeror that attests their commitment

to use the DBE firm(s) listed under

(1) to meet the Owner’s project goal;

and

5)If Bidder or Offeror cannot meet

the advertised project DBE goal, evi-

dence of good faith efforts under-

taken by the Bidder or Offeror as

described in appendix A to 49 CFR

part 26.

The requirements of 49 CFR part 26

apply to this contract. It is the policy

of the Minot Airport to practice non-

discrimination based on race, color,

sex, or national origin in the award

or performance of this contract. The

Owner encourages participation by

all firms qualifying under this solicita-

tion regardless of business size or

ownership.

6.Federal Fair Labor Standards

Act (Federal Minimum Wage)

All contracts and subcontracts that

result from this solicitation incor-

porate by reference the provisions of

29 CFR part 201, the Federal Fair

Labor Standards Act (FLSA), with

the same force and effect as if given

in full text. The FLSA sets minimum

wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping,

and child labor standards for full and

part-time workers. The Contractor

has full responsibility to monitor

compliance to the referenced statute

or regulation. The Contractor must

address any claims or disputes that

arise from this requirement directly

with the U.S. Department of Labor –

Wage and Hour Division.

7.Trade Restriction

By submission of an offer, the Of-

feror certifies that with respect to this

solicitation and any resultant con-

tract, the Offeror –

1)is not owned or controlled by one

or more citizens of a foreign country

included in the list of countries that

discriminate against U.S. firms as

published by the Office of the United

States Trade Representative

(USTR);

2)has not knowingly entered into any

contract or subcontract for this pro-

ject with a person that is a citizen or

national of a foreign country includ-

ed on the list of countries that

discriminate against U.S. firms as

published by the USTR; and

3)has not entered into any subcon-

tract for any product to be used on

the Federal project that is produced

in a foreign country included on the

list of countries that discriminate

against U.S. firms published by the

USTR.

This certification concerns a matter

within the jurisdiction of an agency

of the United States of America and

the making of a false, fictitious, or

fraudulent certification may render

the maker subject to prosecution

under Title 18 USC Section 1001.

The Offeror/Contractor must provide

immediate written notice to the Own-

er if the Offeror/Contractor learns

that its certification or that of a sub-

contractor was erroneous when sub-

mitted or has become erroneous by

reason of changed circumstances.

The Contractor must require sub-

contractors provide immediate writ-

ten notice to the Contractor if at any

time it learns that its certification was

erroneous by reason of changed cir-

cumstances. Unless the restrictions

of this clause are waived by the

Secretary of Transportation in accor-

dance with 49 CFR 30.17, no con-

tract shall be awarded to an Offeror

or subcontractor:

1)who is owned or controlled by one

or more citizens or nationals of a

foreign country included on the list of

countries that discriminate against

U.S. firms published by the USTR or

2)whose subcontractors are owned

or controlled by one or more citizens

or nationals of a foreign country on

such USTR list or

3)who incorporates in the public

works project any product of a

foreign country on such USTR list.

Nothing contained in the foregoing

shall be construed to require estab-

lishment of a system of records in

order to render, in good faith, the

certification required by this provi-

sion. The knowledge and informa-

tion of a contractor is not required to

exceed that which is normally pos-

sessed by a prudent person in the

ordinary course of business deal-

ings. The Offeror agrees that, if

awarded a contract resulting from

this solicitation, it will incorporate

this provision for certification without

modification in all lower tier sub-

contracts. The Contractor may rely

on the certification of a prospective

subcontractor that it is not a firm

from a foreign country included on

the list of countries that discriminate

against U.S. firms as published by

USTR, unless the Offeror has

knowledge that the certification is er-

roneous. This certification is a ma-

terial representation of fact upon

which reliance was placed when

making an award. If it is later deter-

mined that the Contractor or subcon-

tractor knowingly rendered an er-

roneous certification, the Federal

Aviation Administration (FAA) may

direct through the Owner cancella-

tion of the contract or subcontract for

default at no cost to the Owner or

the FAA. The work on the improve-

ment is to be entirely completed

within the working days allotted.

Dated this 31st day of January, 2020

/s/Kelly Matalka

Kelly Matalka, City Clerk

City of Minot

(February 7-14-21, 2020)

NOTICE

Located at Ole Olson’s Towing 420

41st St SE Minot 701-852-2525. The

owner, lien holder and second par-

ties have the right to reclaim said

vehicle; failure to reclaim said vehi-

cle will be deemed a waiver of all

rights, title, and interest in the vehi-

cle consenting to the disposal of the

vehicle pursuant to North Dakota

Century Code Chapter 39-26-08.

Location and Date of Impound incl

1998 Toyota Avalon

4T1BF18B0WU260544

8600 37th Ave SE 09/26/19

2016 GMC Sierra 3500

1GT42YE81GF124178

Carpio Cenex 01/08/20

(February 7, 2020)

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given to the assets

holders of Federal Land Bank of St.

Paul, MN for the mineral rights on

Township 151N, Range 86W, Sec

18:SE1/4 that a statement of suc-

cession is being filed for the

recovery of mineral rights to the sur-

face holders, Robert C. Berry, Cody

WY and Thomas W. Berry of

Catskill, NY.

(February 7-14-21, 2020)

NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE

IN DISTRICT COURT, WARD

COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA

Civil No. 51-2018-CV-02159

The Industrial Commission of North

Dakota, acting as the North Dakota

Housing Finance Agency,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Blake A. Parisien; Ashley M. Par-

isien; any other person in posses-

sion; and North Dakota Department

of Human Service Child Support

Division;

Defendants.

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 January 2,

2020, in an action wherein The In-

dustrial Commission of North Dakota

acting as the North Dakota Housing

Finance Agency, was Plaintiff and

Blake A. Parisien; Ashley M. Par-

isien; any other person in posses-

sion and North Dakota Department

of Human Service Child Support En-

forcement Division; were the De-

fendants; on which day it was ad-

judged that there was due and ow-

ing the Plaintiff from the Defendants,

Blake A. Parisien and Ashley M.

Parisien; together with costs and

disbursements of said action, the

sum of $107,639.00, 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 judg-

ment and hereafter described to the

highest bidder for cash at public

auction at the front door of the

Courthouse in the City of Minot,

County of Ward, North Dakota, on

March 18, 2020, at the hour of 10:00

a.m. 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 applicable thereto will

satisfy. The premises to be sold as

aforesaid are situated in the County

of Ward, State of North Dakota, and

are more particularly described as

follows:

Lot 4, Block 3, Roach’s Second

Addition to the City of Minot,

Ward County, North Dakota.

(Street Address: 707 10th Street

NE, Minot, ND 58703)

Dated at Minot, North Dakota, this

3rd day of February, 2020.

Robert Roed

Sheriff of Ward County,

North Dakota

By:/s/Jamie Williams

Lieutenant Jamie Williams

Dean A. Rindy ND ID# 04206

Special Assistant Attorney General

Attorney for Plaintiff

720 Main Avenue

Fargo, ND 58103

701.235.8000

dean@okeeffeattorneys.com

(February 7-14-21, 2020)

NOTICE OF SALE

Civil No. 51-2019-CV-00638

Notice is hereby given that by virtue

of a judgment of foreclosure by the

District Court the NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT in and for the

County of Ward and State of North

Dakota, and entered and docketed

in the Office of the Clerk of said

Court on November 15, 2019 in an

action wherein Wells Fargo Bank,

N.A. was Plaintiff and Amy N.

Reiter; Any Person In Possession;

Unifund CCR, LLC; ProCollect Ser-

vices LLC; Credit Collections

Bureau; Affinity First Federal Credit

Union; The United States of America

acting by and through the Secretary

of Housing and Urban Development;

were Defendants, in favor of Plaintiff

and against the Defendants for the

sum of $154,752.35, which judg-

ment and decree, among other

things, direct the sale by me of the

real property hereinafter described,

to satisfy the amount of said judg-

ment, with interest thereon and the

costs and expenses of such sale, or

so much thereof as the proceeds of

said sale will satisfy; and by virtue of

a writ issued to me out of the office

of the Clerk of said Court, I as Sher-

iff of Ward County, North Dakota,

will sell the property described in the

Judgment to the highest bidder for

cash at public auction at the front

door of the Courthouse in the Coun-

ty of Ward and State of North Dako-

ta, on March 11, 2020, at 10:00 AM,

to satisfy the amount due, with in-

terest thereon, and the costs and ex-

penses of such sale, or so much

thereof as the proceeds of such sale

will satisfy. The property to be sold

is situated in the County of Ward

and State of North Dakota and

described as follows:

Lot 1, Leier Second Addition to

the City of Minot, Ward County,

North Dakota.

If the sale is set aside for any rea-

son, the Purchaser at the sale shall

be entitled only to a return of the

deposit paid. The purchaser shall

have no further recourse against the

Mortgagor, the Mortgagee or the

Mortgagee’s attorney. IN TES-

TIMONY WHEREOF, I have

hereunto set my hand and seal this

20th day of January, 2020.

For: Robert Roed

Sheriff of Ward County,

North Dakota

By:/s/Jamie Williams

Deputy

MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM

38 Second Avenue East

Dickinson, ND 58601

Attorneys for Plaintiff

51-2019-CV-00286

(February 7-14-21, 2020)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Probate No. 51-2020-PR-00004

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

WARD COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Estate of

Elvina L. Rockeman, Deceased.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the undersigned have been appoint-

ed co-personal representatives of

the above estate. All persons having

claims against the said deceased

are required to present their claims

within three months after the date of

the first publication or mailing of this

notice or said claims will be forever

barred. Claims must either be

presented to Mark A. Rockeman and

Karl H. Rockeman, Co-Personal

Representatives of the estate, at

2525 Elk Drive, P. O. Box 1000,

Minot, ND 58702-1000, or filed with

the Court.

Dated this 20th day of January,

2020.

/s/Mark A. Rockeman

Mark A. Rockeman

/s/Karl H. Rockeman

Karl H. Rockeman

Carol K. Larson – #04406

PRINGLE & HERIGSTAD, P. C.

2525 Elk Drive

P. O. Box 1000

Minot, ND 58702-1000

clarson@pringlend.com

Attorney’s for:

Co-Personal Representatives

(January 24-31; February 7, 2020)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Probate No. 51-2020-PR-00014

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

WARD COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Estate of

Irene C. Lee, Deceased.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the undersigned have been appoint-

ed personal representative of the

above estate. All persons having

claims against the said deceased

are required to present their claims

within three months after the date of

the first publication or mailing of this

notice or said claims will be forever

barred. Claims must either be

presented to Charlene Walter, Per-

sonal Representative of the estate,

at 2525 Elk Drive, P. O. Box 1000,

Minot, ND 58702-1000, or filed with

the Court.

Dated this 3rd day of February,

2020.

/s/Charlene Walter

Charlene Walter

Carol K. Larson – #04406

PRINGLE & HERIGSTAD, P. C.

2525 Elk Drive

P. O. Box 1000

Minot, ND 58702-1000

clarson@pringlend.com

Attorney’s for:

Personal Representative

(February 7-14-21, 2020)

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

2020 & 2021 HOUSEHOLD

HAZARDOUS WASTE

PROGRAM/PROJECT #4514

MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA

Notice is hereby given that the City

Council of the City of Minot, North

Dakota, will receive sealed propo-

sals for the performance of the City’s

2020 & 2021 Household Hazardous

Waste Program, at the office of the

City Clerk, 515 2nd Ave SW, Minot,

ND 58701 until 11:00 A.M., Local

Time, Tuesday, February 25, 2020

at which time proposals will be pub-

licly opened and read in the Council

Chambers. All proposals must be

submitted, and all work shall be per-

formed in full and strict compliance

with:

1.The contract documents for the

2020 & 2021 Household Hazardous

Waste Program.

Copies of the Contract Documents

and proposal forms may be obtained

from the City of Minot’s Public

Works Office, 1025 31st St SE,

Minot, North Dakota, the City of

Minot website www.minotnd.org, or

by calling 857-4140. The program

shall consist of the collection, pack-

aging, transportation and disposal of

household hazardous waste and

e-waste. All proposals are to be sub-

mitted on the basis of cash payment

for the work and materials, and are

to be enclosed in a sealed envelope

addressed to the undersigned City

Clerk and shall be executed by the

bidder as principal, and by a surety

company authorized to do business

in North Dakota, as a guarantee that

the bidder will enter into a contract

for performance of such work in

case the contract is awarded to it.

All bid security shall comply with

North Dakota State Law. There shall

be endorsed upon the outside of the

bid envelope, the following:

1.”Proposal for 2020 & 2021 House-

hold Hazardous Waste Program/

Project #4415″

2.The name of the person, firm or

corporation submitting the bid.

The City Council reserves the right

to hold proposals for thirty days, to

reject all proposals and to waive any

informality in any proposal.

Kelly Matalka, City Clerk

(February 7-14, 2020)

SUMMONS

Real Estate Mortgage Foreclosure

Honorable Gary R. Sharpe

Case Code: 30404

Case No: 2019-CV-000546

STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT

COURT, FOND DU LAC COUNTY

NewRez, LLC d/b/a Shellpoint

Mortgage Servicing

55 Beattie Place

Greenville, SC 29601,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Christine A Zuraff

265 17th Street

Fond Du Lac, WI 54935

Daniel G. Zuraff

1909 31st Avenue SW, Apt. 422

Minot, ND 58701

Unknown Spouse of Daniel G. Zuraff

1909 31st Avenue SW, Apt. 422

Minot, ND 58701,

Defendants.

THE STATE OF WISCONSIN To

the following party named as a de-

fendant herein: Daniel G. Zuraff and

Unknown Spouse of Daniel G. Zu-

raff. You are hereby notified that the

plaintiff named above has filed a

lawsuit or other legal action against

you. The Complaint, which is also

served upon you, states the nature

and basis of the legal action. Within

40 days after February 7, 2020, you

must respond with a written answer,

as that term is used in Chapter 802

of the Wisconsin Statutes, to the

complaint. The Court may reject or

disregard an answer that does not

follow the requirements of the sta-

tutes. The answer must be sent or

delivered to the Court, whose ad-

dress is:

Fond du Lac County WI Clerk of

Circuit Court

2nd Floor, City/County

Government Center

160 S. Macy St.

Fond du Lac, Wi 54935

and to Kelly M. Smith/Phillip A. Nor-

man, P.C., plaintiff’s attoney, whose

address is:

Phillip A. Norman, P.C.

17035 W. Wisconsin Ave., Suite 150

Brookfield, WI 53005

You may have an attorney help or

represent you. If you do not provide

a proper answer within 40 days, the

court may grant judgment against

you for the award of money or other

legal action requested in the com-

plaint, and you may lose your right

to object to anything that is or may

be incorrect in the complaint. A judg-

ment may be enforced as provided

by law. A judgment awarding money

may become a lien against any real

estate you own now or in the future,

and may also be enforced by gar-

nishment or seizure of property.

Dated this 29th day of January,

2020.

/s/Kelly M. Smith

Kelly M. Smith

Phillip A. Norman, P.C.

State Bar No. 1067970

17035 W. Wisconsin Ave., Suite 150

Brookfield, WI 53005

262-314-6564

19-01069

Phillip A. Norman, P.C. is the

creditor’s attorney and is attempting

to collect a debt on its behalf. Any

information obtained will be used for

that purpose.

(February 7, 2020)

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