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Legal Notices 7-14

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

The Bottineau Public School is ac-

cepting bids for PURCHASE of the

following properties:

Central School Building and Lot –

Submit bid as CSB/LOT on the out-

side of a sealed envelope.

West Modular Building – Submit bid

as MODULARWEST on the outside

of the envelope, The bid must in-

clude the assurance to return the

current school building site back to a

level surface, all fencing and other

structures removed during removal

would be put back to existing condi-

tion at the discretion of Superinten-

dent Brenden.

East Modular Building – Submit bid

as MODULAREAST on the outside

of the envelope, The bid must in-

clude the assurance to return the

current school building site back to a

level surface, all fencing and other

structures removed during removal

would be put back to existing condi-

tion at the discretion of Superinten-

dent Brenden. All bids MUST be

submitted in a signed and sealed

envelope which includes the total

amount of the bid for the property

you are bidding on. Bids must be

received in the Business Office by

12:00 noon on July 31st. Bids can

be dropped off in person or can be

mailed to the following address:

Pat Brenden, Superintendent

Bottineau Public School

301 Brander Street

Bottineau, ND 58318

The Bottineau Public School

reserves the right to refuse any and

all bids. Time to view the properties

must be arranged in advance with

the school, this can be arranged by

calling 701-228-2266.

(July 14-21, 2020)

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

The Bottineau Public School is ac-

cepting bids for RENT of the follow-

ing properties:

The permanent structure on the

corner of Main and 7th Street SW.

Renter assumes all Utility costs in

addition to the cost of rent. All bids

MUST be submitted in a signed and

sealed envelope which includes the

total amount of the bid for the pro-

perty you are bidding on. Bids must

be received in the Business Office

by 12:00 noon on July 31st. Bids

can be dropped off in person or can

be mailed to the following address:

Pat Brenden, Superintendent

Bottineau Public School

301 Brander Street

Bottineau, ND 58318

The Bottineau Public School

reserves the right to refuse any and

all bids. Time to view the properties

must be arranged in advance with

the school, this can be arranged by

calling 701-228-2266.

(July 14-21, 2020)

INVITATION TO BID

MHA Tribal Administration

Headquarters Bid Package #4

(BP-4A) – Tribal Building and

Government Support Building

Earthwork and Final Cleaning

Re-Bid New Town, ND 58763

Scull Construction Service ND, Inc.

hereinafter referred to as “CMAR”

will be receiving Sealed Bids for

MHA Tribal Administration Head-

quarters – Tribal Building & Govern-

ment Support Building. Emailed bids

will be received by Scull Construc-

tion ATTN: Mike Jangula

mjangula@scullconst.com, unitl 2:00

PM Mountain, July 28, 2020. Bids

will be received for various trades,

include Earthwork and Final Clean-

ing. There will NOT be a pre-bid

meeting for this project in order to

practice social distancing with the

Covid-19 pandemic. However; sub-

contractors are encouraged to visit

the site. To set up a site visit please

contact Don Carlson or Shane Cre-

celius. Bidders will not be able to

visit the site unless pre-scheduled

with Scull Construction. Please bring

PPE such as protective eye wear,

hard hat, and high visibility clothing,

for we will not be able to lend them

out. Don Carlson (605)390-5665,

dcarlson@scullconst.com

Shane Crecelius (605)381-8378,

screcelius@scullconst.com

Upon receipt of an acceptable bid,

the contract will be awarded within

thirty days after the opening of bids

and the written contract executed

within ten days thereafter. Bid docu-

ments will be made available by July

6, 2020 and can be purchased at the

following locations:

Billings Builders Exchange, Billings,

MT; Construction Industry Center,

Rapid City, SD; Northeast Wyoming

Plan, Gillette, WY; Sioux Falls Build-

ers Exchange, Sioux Falls, SD;

Plains Builders Exchange, Sioux

Falls, SD; Fargo-Moorehead Build-

ers Exchange, Fargo, ND; Dickinson

Builders Exchange, Dickinson, ND;

Minot Builders Exchange, Minot,

ND; Bismarck Builders Exchange,

Bismarck, ND

Owner and CMAR reserve the right

to reject any or all bids and to adver-

tise for new bids. Owner and CMAR

reserve the right to waive any infor-

malities or technicalities in the bid-

ding and the right to disregard all

nonconforming, nonresponsive or

conditional bids. Owner and CMAR

reserve the right to reject the bid of

any bidder if determined it would not

be in the best interest of the project

to make an award to that bidder.

The Bid Forms shall request infor-

mation pertaining to the contractor’s

place of business, experience with

similar projects, and information

demonstratiing bidder’s qualifica-

tions for the project, ability to com-

plete the project, and financial ability

to complete the project. In evaluat-

ing bids, the Owner and CMAR will

consider the costs and bidder’s

responsibility, experience, qualifica-

tions, ability to perform the work, re-

liability, and financial ability.

(July 10-11-13-14-15-16-17-18-20-

21-22-23-24-25-27-28, 2020)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Probate No. 51-2020-PR-00080

IN THE DISTRICT COURT,

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD,

NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

In the Matter of the Estate of

Marjorie E. Zietlow, Deceased

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

Darcie Haider has been appointed

personal representative of the Estate

of Majorie E. Zietlow. All persons

having claims against Marjorie E.

Zietlow are required to present their

claims within three (3) months after

the date of the first publication of this

notice or said claims will be forever

barred. Claims must either be

presented to Darcie Haider, per-

sonal representative of the estate, at

P.O. Box 998, Minot, ND

58702-0998, or filed with the Court.

Dated this 20th day of April, 2020.

/s/Darcie Haider

Darcie Haider

Personal Representative

(June 30; July 7-14, 2020)

SURREY PUBLIC SCHOOL

DISTRICT NO-41 SURREY,

NORTH DAKOTA REGULAR

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 2020

President Ron Aberle called meeting

to order at 5:00 pm. Board

members present Ron Aberle,

Nicole Wald, Daniel Tyler and

Stephanie Munos. Also, present Su-

perintendent Gerding, Principal Han-

sen and Business Manager Twila

Gantzer. An open public forum was

held regarding the school’s Demo-

graphic 3 – 5 year plan. Mr Aberle

distributed a paper copy of the plan.

Mrs Wald expressed her concern re-

garding testing scores. She would

like to know how the school is plan-

ning to address this issue. Mrs

Munos mentioned that the testing

scores are not a true picture of our

school and the education the stu-

dents are receiving. M/S/C

Tyler/Munos to approve and make

this the official report. Roll call vote:

Aberle-yes; Munos-yes; Tyler-yes;

Wald-no. A copy of the plan will be

available to the public in the school

office or patrons may contact Mr

Gerding at 701 838 1262.The public

meeting closed at 5:11 pm. The reg-

ular school board meeting opened at

5:11 pm. M/S/C Munos/Wald to ap-

prove minutes from May 12, 2020.

Superintendent Report: Mr Gerding

presented a corrected copy of the

school calendar, with a change in

October. The administrator confer-

ence has been combined with

teacher’s conference. M/S/C

Munos/Tyler to approve the calendar

as presented. Savannah Arnott

would like to know if the school

would consider bussing to her home

where she has Kid’s First Daycare.

Mr Gerding noted we are trying to

keep our busses within our district.

The school board is fine with this.

Business Manager’s Report: The

financial reports were presented.

M/S/C Munos/Wald to approve

financial reports as presented and

approve payment of April payroll &

benefits $511,567.84. May board

bills: General Fund-$9,234.61; Ac-

tivity Fund -$2,626.96;

Food-$14,060.05. Prepaid Check

Register: General Fund-$-9,127.30;

Activity Fund – $5,183.86; Food –

$386.00. There was no action tak-

en on TA #60-Out. M/S/C

Munos/Tyler to approve TA #61-Out

as the parent does work at MPS.

M/S/C Munos/Wald to approve TA

#62 In. The 2020 School Board

Election poll book was presented.

The pool book was canvassed by

the board. The results were: Daniel

Tyler-218 votes; Dustin Mize-222

votes; Stephanie Munos-213 votes.

The school security mill levy-Yes

131 votes; No-141 votes. This

would have had to passed by 51%

majority. M/S/C Munos/Wald to ap-

prove the pool book as presented.

Mrs Hansen: Mrs Hansen is finish-

ing up this school year and looking

at scheduling for next year. Mrs

Wald asked for some clarification on

4th quarter grading. Mr Gerding ex-

plained how the grading was han-

dled with distance learning. New

Business: Mr Aberle was ap-

proached by the Blue Sox about us-

ing our busses for summer baseball.

Mr Aberle shared some concerns

from Tim Magnuson. Mr Aberle

thinks the school needs a written

contract to list what is expected.

The items to be included in the con-

tract: cleaning the bus, insurance,

the bus should be inspected before

the season and at the end of the

season, cleaning the field, use of

school equipment. They will use

the small bus for varsity games and

the large bus for Babe Ruth games.

Jason Feller will be driving. The

Blue Sox does provide their own in-

surance. M/S/C Tyler/Wald to allow

the use of the bus subject to signing

a contract. Roll call vote: Aberle,

yes; Munos, abstain; Tyler, yes,

Wald, Yes. Mr Gerding will try to find

the contract and incorporate the

necessary information. Unfinished

Business: First International Bank

loan information. The outlook for the

end of the school year was shared

with each board member. Mrs Wald

gave a very detailed list of issues

she expressed and concerns with

the end of the year. How will we

repay the loan, will the budget be

written by the same people, we need

more accurate budgeting, more ac-

countability, and better budget

analysis. M/S/C Munos-motion

failed for lack of a second. There will

be a special board meeting on June

24th at 5:00pm. The next regular

board meeting will be Wednesday,

July 8th at 5:00 pm. M/S/C

Munos/Wald to adjourn.

/s/Twila Gantzer

Twila Gantzer, Business Manager

/s/Ronald Aberle

Ronald Aberle, President

(July 14, 2020)

SURREY PUBLIC SCHOOL

DISTRICT NO-41 SURREY,

NORTH DAKOTA SPECIAL

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 2020

President Ron Aberle called meeting

to order at 5:00 pm. Board

members present Ron Aberle,

Nicole Wald, Daniel Tyler, Dustin

Mize and Stephanie Munos. Also,

present Superintendent Gerding,

Principal Hansen and Business

Manager Twila Gantzer. Meeting

called to order at 5:07pm by

President Ron Aberle. Mr Aberle

read a letter of explanation regarding

how our school ended up in this

financial situation. of the bus subject

to signing a contract. M/S/C

Munos/Mize to transfer $ 51,750

from the special reserve account to

the general fund with annual repay-

ment over a five-year plan. M/S/C

Tyler/Munos to accept a loan of $

300,000.00 with a five-year repay-

ment. M/S/C Tyler/Wald to adjourn.

/s/Twila Gantzer

Twila Gantzer, Business Manager

/s/Ronald Aberle

Ronald Aberle, President

(July 14, 2020)

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