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Legal Notices 12-21

City of Minot Requests for Sealed

Bids

The City of Minot, North Dakota is

requesting sealed bids for salvage-

able items, located within structures

that were purchased by the City

within the footprint of the flood con-

trol project.

Items will be sold as-is with no

guarantee or warranty to their condi-

tion or soundness.

Each bid must include either 1) the

entire bid amount or 2) a five (5) per-

cent bid bond in a separate en-

velope attached to the bid envelope.

Acceptable will be cashier checks,

bidder bond, or cash. Any outstand-

ing balance must be paid within five

(5) days of highest bid award.

Items are being sold as a package,

not individually. The winning bidder

acquires rights to all advertised sal-

vageable items within the structure

at the designated address.

Items must be removed at winning

bidder’s expense, within 10 business

days of bid award. Items left beyond

timeframe are considered forfeited

and subject to demolition with the

structure. Exceptions require City

approval. Access to structures shall

be coordinated through the City of

Minot Property Maintenance depart-

ment and winning bidder shall en-

sure structure remains secure upon

departure. Debris and/or damage

created by item removal shall be the

winning bidder’s responsibility.

These addresses contain salvage-

able items available for bid, such as

furnaces, cabinets, HVAC, etc.

Address

220 6th St NE

Structures will be open and available

to view on January 4th 2021 10:00

AM to noon. City staff will not be

present at all structures. This will be

the only viewing opportunity.

All envelopes must be sealed, and

the face of the envelope shall be

clearly marked “City Property for

Sale” with the address of the struc-

ture being bid on. Any bidder may

bid on more than one structure,

however only one bid may be sub-

mitted per envelope and a separate

performance bond is required for

each structure. All bids must be sub-

mitted as follows:

Attn: Finance Department

City of Minot

P.O. Box 5006

Minot, ND 58702

Or hand delivered to:

515 2nd Ave SW

Second Floor

Minot, ND 58701

Bids will be opened on Monday

January 11th 2021 at 10:00 AM in

the City Council Chambers at City

Hall (515 2nd Ave SW, Minot, North

Dakota). Any bids received after the

deadline will be returned unopened.

The City of Minot reserves, to itself,

the right to reject any or all bids.

Questions should be addressed to

Finance Office/Technical Support

Specialist at 701-857-4784/

701-837-3637.

The City of Minot promotes fair

housing and makes all programs

available regardless of age, race,

color, religion, sex, national origin, or

handicap.

(December 21-28, 2020)

City of Minot Requests for Sealed

Bids

The City of Minot, North Dakota is

requesting sealed bids for struc-

tures, to include homes, for sale that

were purchased by the City within

the footprint of the flood control pro-

ject.

Structures will be sold as-is with no

guarantee or warranty to their condi-

tion or soundness. Those designat-

ed with “**” have lead-based paint or

asbestos hazard information avail-

able.

Each bid must include a five (5) per-

cent bid bond in a separate en-

velope attached to the bid envelope.

Acceptable will be cashier checks,

bidder bond, or cash. Any outstand-

ing balance must be paid within fif-

teen (15) days of highest bid award.

Homes, garages, and commercial

structures to be moved require a

ten-thousand dollar ($10,000) per-

formance bond posted with the City

within ten (10) days of award of be-

ing the highest bidder. Sheds do not

require a performance bond.

Land is not included as part of this

auction. Structures must be re-

moved and relocated outside the

2011 flood inundation area at win-

ning bidder’s expense. Winning

bidder must provide destination ad-

dress, obtain any necessary moving

permits and coordinate removal plan

through City of Minot property

maintenance within thirty (30) days

of bid opening. Debris and/or dam-

age created by structure removal

shall be the winning bidder’s respon-

sibility. For safety concerns, struc-

tures must remain in-place until after

May 1, 2021 and then have 60 days

to remove. Exceptions require City

approval. Any desired winterizing

must be performed by winning

bidder at their own expense. The

City reserves the right to demolish

structures left in place beyond the

deadline. Demolition of basement/

slab is City responsibility.

All structures moved must follow jur-

isdictional ordinances and zoning

codes in place at the permanent lo-

cation of the structure. Structures

remaining in the City of Minot’s jur-

isdictional boundaries require a cer-

tificate of occupancy be issued

within six (6) months of bid.

The following is a list of structures

available to the highest bidder. De-

tached garages and sheds are con-

sidered separate items that require

an independent bid from the home

structure. Home and commercial-

type structures have a minimum bid

based on availability and assessed

tax value. Sheds and garages have

no minimum bid price.

Address

Minimum Bid/Assessed Value

1624 Burdick Expy E House –

$4,800/$96,000

1527 Burdick Expy E House** –

$6,500/$130,000

1527 Burdick Expy E Shed – no

minimum

1416 1st Ave SE House –

$5,700/$114,000

1412 1st Ave SE House** –

$6,600/$132,000

1404 1st Ave SE House –

$4,450/$89,000

1520 Burdick Expy E House –

$6,150/$123,000

1520 Burdick Expy E Garage – no

minimum

1424 1st Ave SE House –

$17,400/$116,000

1424 1st Ave SE Garage – no

minimum

517 12th St SW House –

$19,200/$128,000

517 12th St SW Garage – no

minimum

222 16th St SE House –

$15,750/$105,000

222 16th St SE Garage – no

minimum

216 16th St SE House –

$11,700/$78,000

216 16th St SE Garage – no

minimum

1221 Railway Ave House –

$15,600/$104,000

1221 Railway Ave Garage – no

minimum

Structures will be open and available

to view on January 4th, 2021 from

10:00 AM to noon. City staff will not

be present at all structures. This will

be the only viewing opportunity.

All envelopes must be sealed, and

the face of the envelope shall be

clearly marked “City Property for

Sale” with the address of the struc-

ture being bid on. Any bidder may

bid on more than one structure,

however only one bid may be sub-

mitted per envelope and a separate

performance bond is required for

each structure. All bids must be sub-

mitted as follows:

Attn: Finance Department

City of Minot

P.O. Box 5006

Minot, ND 58702

Or hand delivered to:

515 2nd Ave SW

Second Floor

Minot, ND 58701

Bids will be opened on Monday

January 11th, 2021 at 10:00 AM in

the City Council Chambers at City

Hall (515 2nd Ave SW, Minot, North

Dakota). Any bids received after the

deadline will be returned unopened.

The City of Minot reserves, to itself,

the right to reject any or all bids.

Questions should be addressed to

Finance Office/Technical Support

Specialist at 701-857-4784/

701-837-3637.

The City of Minot promotes fair

housing and makes all programs

available regardless of age, race,

color, religion, sex, national origin, or

handicap.

(December 21-28, 2020)

City of Minot Requests for Sealed

Bids

The City of Minot, North Dakota is

requesting sealed bids for land ac-

quired by the City as part of a Spot

Blight (Zombie Homes) eradication

program.

Structures on these properties have

been demolished and site restored

to grade level with grass.

Each bid must also include a five (5)

percent bidders’ bond in a separate

envelope attached to the bid en-

velope. Acceptable will be cashier

checks, bidder bond, or cash. Any

outstanding balance must be paid

within fifteen (15) days of highest bid

award.

Pursuant to HUD rules and regula-

tions, these properties are being of-

fered for use under two options

which are:

1. Urgent Need National Objective

which means there will be a deed

restriction in perpetuity for use of the

property prohibiting any permanent

structure to be built. There will also

be a requirement that any other type

of improvement to the site will re-

quire approval of the City’s Flood

Plain Manager (examples of accept-

able uses are lawns, landscaping,

gardens) or

2. Low/Moderate Income (LMI) Na-

tional Objective which means there

must be built on the property con-

sistent with Minot’s rules and ordi-

nances a single family home elevat-

ed to one (1) foot above base flood

elevation determined by FEMA and

home must be sold to and occupied

by a LMI qualified purchaser for oc-

cupancy below a price cap set by

HUD and North Dakota at the time

the house is built (cap periodically

changes) with the most recent cap

$294,600.

Land is being offered “as is” condi-

tion as part of this auction. Assess-

ment of the land for property tax and

any related purpose once ownership

is conveyed to the successful bidder

will be based on standards set by

the City Assessor based on use of

the land and/or any improvements

which are authorized.

Each bidder must identify which op-

tion is being chosen for property use

if acquired. Each bidder, by submit-

ting a price and identifying which

use, is agreeing to all terms, condi-

tions, and limits for the use of the

land that has been identified.

If Option 2 is chosen, the bidder is

agreeing to follow jurisdictional ordi-

nances and zoning codes. Bidder

also agrees to commence construc-

tion within one year of receiving title

and complete construction for occu-

pancy within 18 months of receipt of

title. The bidder can be a LMI quali-

fied Minot resident and construct the

house for his or her occupancy.

The following is a list of properties

available to the highest bidder. A

minimum bid of $1,000 is required

for all properties, regardless of

whether Option 1 or Option 2 is

chosen.

Addresses of Spot Blight Properties

1004 3rd Ave NW

Properties may be viewed and in-

spected at any time during the bid

process. If a prospective bidder

chooses to enter any of the sites be-

ing bid, he or she is accepting based

on this notice all liability and respon-

sibility for entering such site or sites.

All envelopes must be sealed, and

the face of the envelope shall be

clearly marked “City Property for

Sale” with the address of the struc-

ture being bid on. Any bidder may

bid on more than one property, how-

ever only one bid may be submitted

per envelope and a separate perfor-

mance bond is required for each

structure. All bids must be submitted

as follows:

Attn: Finance Department

City of Minot

P.O. Box 5006

Minot, ND 58702

Or hand delivered to:

515 2nd Ave SW

Second Floor

Minot, ND 58701

Bids will be opened on January

11th, 2021 at 10:00 AM in the City

Council Chambers at City Hall (515

2nd Ave SW, Minot, North Dakota).

Any bids received after the deadline

will be returned unopened.

The City of Minot reserves, to itself,

the right to reject any or all bids.

Questions should be addressed to

Technical Support Specialist at

701-837-3637.

The City of Minot promotes fair

housing and makes all programs

available regardless of age, race,

color, religion, sex, national origin, or

handicap.

(December 21-28, 2020)

City of Surrey Council Meeting

12/7/2020

Present: C Tollefson, S Fennewald,

E Christianson, T Gantzer, J Johns.

Present via phone: B Dickinson & M

Thiesen.

Also Present: D Fugere, AJ Waller,

Chief K Howe, C Kircher, Attorney A

Schultz

Fennewald moved to approve the

minutes as presented, Gantzer

seconded; Fennewald – yes;

Gantzer – yes; Thiesen – yes; Johns

– yes; Dickinson – yes; Christianson

– yes, motion carried.

Gantzer moved to approve the bills

along with the estimate from Com-

putech for a computer for the SCA-

DA system, Christianson seconded;

Gantzer – yes; Christianson – yes;

Fennewald – yes; Dickinson – yes;

Thiesen -yes; Johns – yes, motion

carried.

Council reviewed the Circle Sanita-

tion bill. The 52 dumps included in

the contract with Circle was reached

by mid-October and we are now be-

ing billed for each dumpster as well

as land fill fees. Gantzer moved to

approve, Johns seconded; Gantzer

– yes; Johns – yes; Thiesen – yes;

Dickinson – yes; Christianson – yes;

Fennewald – yes; motion carried.

After discussion on funds used to

pay certain bills, Thiesen moved to

approve the financial reports, Chris-

tianson seconded; Thiesen – yes;

Christianson – yes; Gantzer – yes;

Dickinson – yes; Johns – yes; Fen-

newald – yes, motion carried.

Christianson moved to approve on

2nd reading Article 15, Section 1

Complaint Procedure, Thiesen

seconded. Discussion.

Christianson moved to amend her

approval on 2nd reading Article 15,

Section 1 Complaint Procedure to

change the wording per the city at-

torney advice, Section 1. Complaint

Procedure. Article 15 of Chapter 4

of the Surrey City Ordinances is

hereby created and enacted as fol-

lows: Article 15. Complaint Pro-

cedure.

15.0101 Any resident, employee or

officer of the City of Surrey may

make a complaint concerning any

matter affecting the City using the

written form established by the City

for such purposes. All complaints

must be signed and dated by the

resident and submitted to the City

Administrator for resolution.

a. For any complaint regarding any

elected City official or City employ-

ee, the City Administrator, Mayor,

Personnel Commissioner shall re-

view the complaint and determine if

there are legitimate grounds for the

complaint. If they all determine that

there are legitimate grounds, they

shall forward the complaint to the

members of the City Council. A

complaint against one of these indi-

viduals will render that person ineli-

gible to review the complaint. The

complaint shall be placed on the

agenda at the next regular City

Council meeting for discussion and

resolution. This section does not

preclude the City Council from plac-

ing the matter on a special meeting

agenda.

i. Recommendations may include,

but not be limited to:

1. A letter in the employee’s file;

2. Suspension with or without pay;

3. Dismissal.

b. Regarding Other Items. For any

other complaint, the City Adminis-

trator shall take reasonable action to

resolve the Complaint and make a

report to council at the next regular

meeting concerning complaints re-

ceived and resolutions taken.

Section 2. Effective Date. This ordi-

nance has immediate effect on its

date of adoption.

Section 3. Clerk. The City Clerk shall

amend the publicly available Surrey

City Ordinances as indicated herein.

Thiesen seconded; Christianson –

yes; Thiesen – yes; Dickinson -yes;

Gantzer – yes; Johns – yes; Fen-

newald -yes, motion carried.

Thiesen moved to approve on 2nd

reading; Section 1. Authorization for

action. The authorization for the

provisions herein is contained in ND

Century Code Section

40-05.1-06(6), and the Home Rule

Charter of the City of Surrey which

includes verbatim the statutory

language of ND Century Code Sec-

tion 40-05.1-06(6). That statutory

language authorizes the City of

Surrey to, “if included in the charter

and implemented through ordi-

nances, have the (power)” to

“provide for the city officers, agen-

cies and employees, there selection,

terms, powers, duties, qualifications

and compensation. To provide for

change, selection or creation of its

form and structure of government,

including its governing body, execu-

tive officer and city officers.”

Section 2. Expulsion of Council

Member from Meeting. Surrey City

Ordinance 3.0111(17) is hereby

enacted as follows:

17. Discipline of Council Members.

A member of the City Council may

be censured or expelled under the

following terms. a. Censure of Coun-

cil Member.

i. Standard for Censure. Any

member of the Surrey City Council

may be censured for any conduct,

regardless of where it occurs, that

tends to bring the City Council into

dishonor and disrepute. ii. Process.

Any member may move for the

Council to determine, by a simple

majority vote, that a member be cen-

sured and must include in the mo-

tion a description of the subject

member’s censurable conduct; upon

a second, the vote shall be called

without any discussion of the mo-

tion. The vote on the motion shall

be recorded in the meeting minutes.

If a motion is defeated, the alleged

conduct may not be used in any oth-

er motion for censure.

b. Expulsion of Council Member.

i. Standard for Expulsion. Any

member of the Surrey City Council

may be expelled from a council

meeting for unruly conduct commit-

ted by the member during that meet-

ing. Unruly conduct is conduct

which disobeys the presiding

officer’s reasonable and lawful com-

mands; is disorderly; or is contrary

to the decorum of the proceeding

Leadership Code.

ii. Duration. The expulsion shall

only continue for the duration of the

meeting where the unruly conduct

occurred.

iii. Process. Any member may move

for the Council to determine, by

two-thirds majority vote, that a

member has committed unruly con-

duct in that meeting and upon a

second, the vote shall be called

without any discussion of the mo-

tion. The results of the vote shall be

recorded in the meeting minutes. If

a motion is defeated, the alleged

conduct may not be used in any oth-

er motion for expulsion.

Section 3. Removal of Council

Member from the Council. Surrey

City Ordinance 3.0111(18) is hereby

enacted as follows:

18. Removal. In addition to any

grounds for removal under ND Cen-

tury Code Section 44-02-01 and oth-

er state law, a vacancy in the office

of a City Council member shall oc-

cur if the member:

a. Dies in office;

b. is adjudged mentally ill;

c. resigns from office;

d. is removed from office;

e. fails to discharge the duties of of-

fice, when the failure has continued

for sixty consecutive days, except

when prevented from discharging

the duties by reason of the person’s

service in the armed forces of the

United States, by sickness, or by

other unavoidable cause. However,

as to any office which under the law

the vacancy must be filled by the

governor, the governor for good

cause shown may extend the period,

which the incumbent may be absent,

for an additional period of sixty days.

No remuneration on account of

such office may be paid to an ab-

sentee officeholder during that

person’s absence, and the office in

all cases becomes vacant upon the

termination of the term for which the

person was elected or appointed;

f. fails to qualify as provided by law,

which includes taking the designated

oath of office prescribed by law;

g. ceases to be a resident of the

state, district, county or other politi-

cal subdivision in which the duties of

the office are to be discharged or for

which the person may have been

elected;

h. is convicted of a felony or any of-

fense involving moral turpitude or a

violation of the person’s official oath;

i. ceases to possess any of the qual-

ifications of office prescribed by law;

j. has his or her election or appoint-

ment declared void by a competent

tribunal;

k. is censured under Ordinance

3.0111(17)(a) more than twice in any

six-month period; or

l. is expelled under Ordinance

3.0111(17)(b) more than once in any

six-month period.

Section 4. Amendment of Ordinance

on Aldermen. Chapter 3, Article 1,

Section 3 of the Surrey City Ordi-

nances is amended and re-enacted

to read as follows:

“3.0103 Aldermen – Qualifications –

Term. Aldermen shall be qualified

electors of and residents within the

City of Surrey and shall not have

been convicted of malfeasance, bri-

bery or other corrupt practice or

crime. Aldermen shall hold office for

staggered four-year terms and until

their successors are elected and

qualified unless a vacancy occurs

pursuant to Ordinance 3.0111(18) or

by state law.

Section 5. Effective Date. This ordi-

nance has immediate effect on its

date of adoption.

Section 6. Clerk. The City Clerk

shall amend the publicly available

Surrey City Ordinances as indicated

herein. Gantzer seconded; Thiesen

– yes; Gantzer – yes; Dickinson –

no; Johns – no; Christianson – yes;

Fennewald – yes, motion carried on

a roll-call vote.

Fugere informed council bids on the

sidewalk project came in lower than

originally projected. Johns moved to

approve the bids, Gantzer second-

ed; Johns – yes; Gantzer – yes;

Thiesen – yes; Dickinson – yes;

Christianson – yes; Fennewald –

yes, motion carried.

Council reviewed information from

the park board regarding special as-

sessments on the basketball court;

ball diamonds and Lots 6A & 6B,

Prairie Meadows Addition.

$7,481.85 is currently past due and

park board is willing to pay this

amount but would like guidance on

what will happen in the future with

regard to these special assess-

ments. Christianson moved to ask

the park board to pay the past due

amount and the 2021 specials and

the city would pay for the basketball

court and the ball diamonds specials

beginning in 2022 with the specials

on Lots 6A & 6B being handled by

the park board, Fennewald second-

ed; Christianson – yes; Fennewald –

yes; Dickinson – yes; Thiesen – yes;

Gantzer – yes; Johns – yes, motion

carried.

Tollefson asked if there was any oth-

er business. Fennewald asked about

the Johns court case how many

times it had been rescheduled. Dic-

kinson stated it had nothing to do

with the city. Fennewald stated he

was going to make a motion as,

every other month, someone asks

him why she’s still on the council.

Fennewald moved that Johns step

down with pay until it’s taken care of,

Gantzer seconded and asked that

the words leave of absence be used

instead of step down, Fennewald

said fine. Attorney Schultz stated he

believes the motion is invalid be-

cause Ms. Johns is a member of this

council unless she’s removed. If she

wants to step back, or whatever,

that’s entirely up to her but council

can’t make her do it. Gantzer

disagreed. Thiesen asked if she

would consider it. Johns stated, you

guys can vote. Dickinson said the

city attorney advises you to not do

this, on record. Fennewald asked

Tollefson to read his motion again;

that Ms. Johns take a leave of ab-

sence with pay until her legal issues

are solved. Fennewald – yes;

Gantzer – yes; Johns – abstain;

Thiesen – abstain; Dickinson – no;

Christianson – no; Gantzer asked

about Thiesen abstaining; Thiesen

changed his vote to no, motion

failed. Johns stated the proper pro-

cedure would be to recall her.

These minutes subject to review and

revision by City Council.

(December 21, 2020)

Minot Public School District #1

Regular School Board Meeting

December 3, 2020

Members Present

Jim Rostad

Bonny Berryman

Mike Gessner

Laura Mihalick

Miranda Schuler

Members Absent

The Regular Board Meeting was

called to order by President Rostad

at 4:00 P.M.

Superintendent Dr. Mark Vollmer

gave the board an update on CO-

VID-19 and the MPS’s response.

Moved by Gessner, seconded by

Mihalick, to approve the Consent

Agenda to include the

November 5, 2020, Regular Meeting

and the Financial Reports to include

the November Accounts Payable in

the amount of $1,168,184.89.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Superintendent Vollmer gave the

board a presentation on the pro-

posed revisions to the MPS Rein-

tegration Plan. Moved by Schuler,

seconded by Gessner, to approve

the revised Reintegration Plan as

presented.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Mihalick, seconded by

Gessner, to approve the 2020-2021

New Teacher Report #11.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Schuler, seconded by

Mihalick, to approve a request for

Extended Serious Illness Leave from

Heather Kokinda for the remainder

of the 2020-2021 school year.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Assistant Superintendent Kim

Slotsve gave the board a presenta-

tion on proposed revisions to the

2021-2022 Minot High School

Registration Guide. Moved by

Schuler, seconded by Gessner, to

approve 2021-2022 Minot High

School Registration Guide as

presented

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

The next regularly scheduled school

board meeting is set for January 7,

2021 at 4:00 p.m.

The Regular Meeting adjourned at

5:04 P.M.

Scott Moum, Business Manager

Jim Rostad, President

These minutes are not approved un-

til the next regular board meeting.

Bills List can be found on this link:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folder

s/11ui-l90NjYDNE5rSq51R9CCpAy

sXRgwU?usp=sharing

(December 21, 2020)

NOTICE OF FINAL PUBLIC

HEARING

The City of Douglas has received a

Community Development Block

Grant (CDBG) from the State of

North Dakota Division of Community

Services (DCS). CDBG funds are in-

tended to provide decent housing,

suitable living environments, and

economic opportunities, principally

for low/very low-income persons

through rehabilitation and preserva-

tion, economic/job development, and

public facilities improvements.

The project and funding was ap-

proved for $72,000.00 for replace-

ment of sanitary sewer main. It has

been determined that 100% of the

funds will benefit very low/

low-income persons. Permanent in-

voluntary displacement of neighbor-

hood persons or businesses did not

occur, and no housing units were

demolished or converted as a result

of the above-mentioned project.

A public hearing will be held at 7:00

PM on Monday, January 4, 2021 at

the Douglas City Hall, to obtain ci-

tizen views and to respond to propo-

sals and questions related to the

performance of the City of Douglas

in carrying out its community

development responsibilities.

Written comments are also welcome

and must be received at the address

below by the close of the public

hearing. Oral and written comments

will be considered to enhance the

City of Douglas in carrying out its

community development responsibil-

ities. Project summary information

is available at the Souris Basin Plan-

ning Council, 18 2nd ST NE, Minot,

ND.

Information and records regarding

the City of Douglas’s use of CDBG

funds are available at Souris Basin

Planning Council or the Douglas City

Hall during regular office hours. Ad-

vance notice is requested.

If special accommodations, such as

an auxiliary aid, or services are

needed, please contact the City of

Douglas at least three business

days before the scheduled hearing

so that appropriate aids can be

made available. Alternate formats

for disabled persons can be made

available upon request.

Norman Nelson, Mayor

City of Douglas

PO Box 32

Douglas, ND 58735

12-21-2020

(December 21, 2020)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Case No. 15-2020-PR-00215

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD, IN DISTRICT

COURT, NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE

OF MARILYN J. MITCHELL,

DECEASED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENthat

Jeanine Rodvold has been appoint-

ed Personal Representative of the

Estate of Marilyn J. Mitchell, de-

ceased. All persons having claims

against the Decedent 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

the Personal Representative of the

Estate at 52 Woodland Dr N, Fargo,

North Dakota 58102-2419 or filed

with the Court.

Dated: December 9, 2020

/s/Jeanine Rodvold

Jeanine Rodvold,

Personal Representative

Michael M. Thomas, ND ID #04215

Conmy Feste Ltd.

406 Main Avenue, Suite 200

PO Box 2686

Fargo, ND 58108-2686

Telephone: (701) 293-9911

Email: mthomas@conmylaw.com

ATTORNEYS FOR PERSONAL

REPRESENTATIVE

(December 14-21-28, 2020)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Court File No.: 51-2020-PR-00212

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

WARD COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Estate of Russell

G. Landphere, 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 (3) 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 Russell T. Landphere,

3760 14th Street West, West Fargo,

North Dakota 58078, as personal

representative of the estate, or filed

with the Court.

Dated this 11th of December, 2020.

/s/Russell T. Landphere

Russell T. Landphere, Personal

Representative

Katie A. Perleberg (# 07286)

Fredrikson & Byron, P.A.

51 Broadway, Suite 400

Fargo, ND 58102-4991

Telephone: 701.237.8200

Fax: 701.237.8220

Attorneys for Personal Representa-

tive

(December 21-28, 2020; January 4,

2021)

SUMMONS

Civil No. 51-2020-CV-01741

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD, IN DISTRICT

COURT, NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

ProCollect Services, LLC,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Kodie R. Hancock,

Defendant.

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,

by serving on the undersigned an

Answer or other proper response

within twenty-one days after service

of this Summons upon you, ex-

clusive of the day of service. If you

fail to do so, judgment by default will

be taken against you for the relief

demanded in the complaint.

Dated December 8, 2020.

/s/Christopher A. Carlson

Chistopher A. Carlson (ID #03378)

PO Box 1097

Bismarck, North Dakota 58502-1097

701-258-4800

carlsonlaw@qwestoffice.net

Attorney for the Plaintiff

(December 14-21-28, 2020)

MDN0035374

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