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Legal Notices 4-1

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

Bids for the design of the new joint

Crosby Rural Fire Protection District

and Divide County Ambulance Dis-

trict Fire and EMS Hall:

The work will include designing a

new Fire and EMS Hall located

within the city limits of Crosby, North

Dakota.

Bids must be received no later than

5 p.m., April 1, 2021. Mailed bids

must be sent to Crosby Rural Fire

Proctection District Architect Bids,

P.O.Box 84, Crosby, ND, 58730.

1. The bids will be opened at the

Crosby Rural Fire Protection District

above the Crosby City Hall on April

1, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.

2. That each bid must be accompa-

nied by a separate envelope con-

taining the contractor’s license and

bid security. The bid security must

be in a sum equal to five percent of

the full amount of the bid and must

be in the form of a bidder’s bond. A

bidder’s bond must be executed by

the bidder as principal and by a

surety, conditioned that if the

principal’s bid is accepted and the

contract awarded to the principal,

the principal, within ten days after

notice of the award, shall execute a

contract in accordance with the

terms of the bid and the bid bond

and any condition of the governing

body. A countersignature of a bid

bond is not required under this sec-

tion. If a successful bidder does not

execute a contract within the ten

days allowed, the bidder’s bond

must be forfeited to the governing

body and the project awarded to the

next lowest responsible bidder.

3. That a bidder, except a bidder on

a municipal, rural, and industrial wa-

ter supply project using funds pro-

vided under Public Law No. 99-294

[100 Stat. 426; 43 U.S.C. 390a],

must be licensed for the full amount

of the bid as required by section

43-07-12. For projects using funds

provided under Public Law No.

99-294 [100 Stat. 426; 43 U.S.C.

390a], the advertisement must state

that, unless a bidder obtains a

contractor’s license for the full

amount of its bid within twenty days

after it is determined the bidder is

the lowest responsible bidder, the

bid must be rejected and the con-

tract awarded to the next lowest

responsible bidder

4. That no bid may be read or con-

sidered if the bid does not fully com-

ply with the requirements of section

48-01.2 of the North Dakota Century

Code and that any deficient bid sub-

mitted must be resealed and re-

turned to the bidder immediately.

5. That the governing body reserves

the right to reject any and all bids

and rebid the project until a satis-

factory bid is received.

6. This project is a time sensitive

project and therefore will require a

projected completion date. The

Crosby Rural Fire Protection District

would like this project to be complet-

ed by November 30, 2021.

7.The bidder will also be required to

provide proof of insurance.

(March 19-20-22-23-24-25-26-

27-29-30-31; April 1, 2021)

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

2021 Structure Demolition and

Site Restoration Project

No. 3755.18

The City of Minot, through the use of

State of North Dakota funds, Depart-

ment of Housing and Urban

Development (HUD) Community

Development Block Grant Disaster

Recovery (CDBG-DR) funds, and

Department of Housing and Urban

Development National Disaster

Resilience (NDR) funds, purchased

houses that were inundated during

the 2011 Souris River Flood and is

now seeking a Contractor to demol-

ish structures at approximately 30

properties. Basement excavation

and site restoration will also be com-

pleted.

The City of Minot invites the public

to bid upon the following project:

2021 STRUCTURE DEMOLITION

AND SITE RESTORATION

PROJECT No. 3755.18

The City Council City of Minot

reserves the right to reject any or all

bids and to award the contract as it

deems to be in the best interest of

the City of Minot. Each bidder must

provide a bid bond in the amount of

5% of the bid and contractor’s

license, which are to be included in

a separate envelope attached to the

outside of the bid. Each bidder must

include a copy of their North Dakota

Waste Hauler’s Permit (MSW), and

their Hazardous Waste Disposal

Plan WITH their bid. It should also

be noted that any addendums that

may be issued prior to bid opening

must be acknowledged on the out-

side of the bid envelope.

The successful, responsible Bidder

will be required to sign the Contract

and furnish the appropriate perfor-

mance and payment bonds in the

amount of the total bid, and in accor-

dance with, the State of North Dako-

ta. The bond is required in order to

secure the performance obligations

of the Contractor. The Contract will

not be executed, nor will work begin,

should the successful Bidder fail to

furnish the performance and pay-

ment bonds required. This Contract

shall be subject to liquidated dam-

ages as stated in the bidding docu-

ments, which will be charged against

the contractor for each day past the

completion date stated in the Con-

tract or as amended by change ord-

er.

Bidding documents for the project

may be viewed at the CDM Smith

Disaster Recovery Office or Minot’s

Builder’s Exchange. Bidding docu-

ments may be obtained at the CDM

Smith Disaster Recovery Office lo-

cated at the Arrowhead Mall, 1600

2nd Ave SW, Suite 27, Minot, North

Dakota. Bid proposals must be sub-

mitted on the forms provided.

A non-mandatory pre-bid conference

will be held at the City Hall located

at 515 2nd Ave SW, Minot, North

Dakota at 10:00 A.M. (CST) on April

2, 2021 to discuss the bidding docu-

ments.

Sealed bids will be received up to

the hour of 10:00 A.M. (CST) on

April 8, 2021, at the City Hall. All

bids will be opened at 10:00 A.M. on

the same day.

The project is being funded, in part,

with CDBG-DR funds. Therefore, the

Bidder will be required to comply

with all Federal, State, and Local re-

gulations. These requirements in-

clude compliance with Section 3 em-

ployment plan, and the Contractor

must ensure that employees and ap-

plicants for employment are not

discriminated against because of

their race, color, religion, sex or na-

tional origin. The City of Minot

reserves the right to determine the

lowest responsible and eligible

bidder, to waive irregularities, and to

reject any or all bids.

The City of Minot strongly en-

courages maximum participation in

all bids by qualified Disadvantaged

Business Enterprises (DBEs),

Minority Business Enterprises

(MBEs), and Women Business En-

terprises (WBEs), small businesses,

and by local construction and demol-

ition companies, as prime contrac-

tors and as subcontractors.

(March 18-25; April 1, 2021)

BRILLIAN TOWNSHIP NOTICE

Brillian Township Tax Equalization

meeting Thur Apr 1st 5:30 pm Ward

County Admin Bldg Rm 105 & 106

(April 1, 2021)

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 – no

minimum/$96,000

1527 Burdick Expy E House** – no

minimum/$130,000

1526 Burdick Expy E White Shed –

no minimum

1416 1st Ave SE House – no

minimum/$114,000

1404 1st Ave SE House – no

minimum/$89,000

1520 Burdick Expy E House – no

minimum/$123,000

517 12th St SW House –

$6,400/$128,000

222 16th St SE House –

$5,250/$105,000

1221 Railway Ave House –

$5,200/$104,000

1221 Railway Ave Garage – no

minimum

1420 1st Ave SE House –

$16,800/$112,000

1424 1st Ave SE House –

$5,800/$116,000

Structures will be open and available

to view on April 8th, 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 Thursday

April 15th, 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.

(March 25; April 1, 2021)

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 April 15th,

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.

(March 25; April 1, 2021)

IMPOUNDED VEHICLES

2015 Chevrolet City Express

VIN:3N63M0YN9FK702186

Impounded by Auto Rehab FEB

3rd, 2021 Failure to claim vehicle

within 30 days of this notice will

result in forfeit of all rights to said

motor vehicle pursuant ND Century

Code 39-26-08.

2009 Volkswagen Tiguan

VIN:WVGBV75N69W528235

Impounded by NoDak Towing Mar

18th, 2021 Failure to claim vehicle

within 30 days of this notice will

result in forfeit of all rights to said

motor vehicle pursuant ND Century

Code 39-26-08.

2003 Nissan Murano

VIN:JN8AZ08W93W207088

Impounded by NoDak Towing Mar

18th, 2021 Failure to claim vehicle

within 30 days of this notice will

result in forfeit of all rights to said

motor vehicle pursuant ND Century

Code 39-26-08

(April 1, 2021)

NOTICE

The Minot Police Department will be

holding an Impound Auction on Sa-

turday 5-8-2021at 10AM at the im-

pound lot at 1025 31st St SE. Gates

open at 9AM for viewing and regis-

tration. Must bring state or gov’t is-

sued ID. No views before 9am on

5-8-21. Items include but not limited

to vehicles impounded from Minot

area, bicycles, tools, etc. All sales

are final and “as is”. Mask use

strongly encouraged. The following

vehicles are subject to sale unless

claimed by the registered owner by

EOD Sunday May 2nd:

1994 Maroon Suzuki VS4 (MC)

JS1VX51L4R2103361

2010 Black Dodge Charger

2B3AA4CT0AH183834

2001 BLUE Chrysler Sebring

1C3EL65U31N672462

1997 Green Honda Civic

JHMEJ6674VS032132

1999 Green Pontiac Montana

1GMDU03EXXD210066

2010 Black Dodge Journey

3D4PH5FV6AT211427

2004 Silver Pontiac Grand Am

1G2NF52E14C253959

1994 Black BMW 318IS

WBABE6324RJC16628

1992 White Dodge Ram Van 350

2B7KB31Z4NK137241

2000 Gold Mercury Marquis

2MEFM74W7YX743577

1997 Blue Plymouth Voyager

2P4FP2539VR168765

1995 Red Ford Explorer

1FMDU34X6SUB61751

UNK YR Black 16 Ft Boat Trailer w/

7/8 ball hitch NONE

2018 Black 10 ft Carry On Trailer

4YMBU0815JM027003

1979 White Jamboree (GMC) Motor

Home (Van Dura 35)

56J52089S8220

2005 Tan Chevy Silverado C/K 1500

2GCEK13T851123486

2000 Green Dodge Ram K1500

1B7HC16X9YS522484

2005 Blue Mitsubishi Endeavor

4A4MN21S15E058572

2000 Red Ford Explorer

1FMZU74E8YZA51114

2005 Black Acura TL

19UUA66295A058542

2000 Tan Jeep Grand Cherokee

1J4GW58N2YC319253

2007 Blue/Purple Dodge Grand

Caravan 1D4GP25R77B188613

1996 Red/Blk Dodge Ram 1500

3B7HF13Y1TG188231

2004 Blue Ford Explorer

1FMZU74K14UB70037

1999 White Mercury Grand Marquis

LS 2MEFM75W6XX6477

2006 Blue Saturn Ion

1G8AJ55F96Z163384

2008 White BMW 328i

WBAVA37598NL47960

2002 silv/gld Chevrolet Avalanche

3GNEC13T52G352263

1997 Blue Mercury Mountaineer

4M2DU55P1VUJ20781

2010 Gray Toyota Tundra

5TFUW5F1XAX100788

2000 Silver Toyota Celica

JTDDR32T3Y0062147

2006 Red Suzuki GXR

JS1GT76A962103830

2007 Black Mercedes Benz S550

WDDNG71X77A110706

2008 Silver Dodge Avenger

1B3LC56K08N265897

UNK YR White Homemade 8ft En-

closed trailer NONE

2002 Silver/BLK Nissan X-Terra

5N1ED28T92C521848

2006 Tan Buick Lucerne CXL

1G4HD57236U124479

2006 White Honda Accord

1HGCM56406A069185

2009 White Ford Focus SE

1FAHP35N69W270564

1994 Red Ford F-150 XLT

1FTEF14H1RLB31623

1998 White Cadillac DeVille

1G6KE54Y7WU741788

2004 Green Mercury Grand Marquis

2MEFM75W04X612533

2013 Black Dodge Dart SXT

1C3CDFBA2DD268612

2003 Green Dodge Durango

1D4HS58Z83F519864

2006 Gray Chevrolet HHR

3GNDA23D76S538910

1982 Cream Ford F-150

1FTDF15G8CPA93924

2000 White Ford Expedition

1FMPU16L3YLB74337

2000 Black Pontiac Sunfire

1G2JB1248Y7150238

2001 Brown Buick Park Avenue

1G4CW54K114240734

2002 Silver Jeep Liberty Sport

1J4GL48KX2W355528

1976 Black Chevrolet K20 2500

CKU246J100832

2006 Silver Mazda 6

1YVHP80D165M38550

2005 Gray Pontiac Grand Prix

2G2WR524351211125

2011 White Volkswagen CC TSI

WVWNN7AN9BE701104

2007 Silver Ford F-150

1FTPW14V47FB46689

2005 Gray Chevrolet Impala

2G1WF52E459110621

2000 White Chevrolet Silverado

K1500 1GCEK14V8YE426903

2005 Silver Chevrolet Impala

2G1WH52K659188983

1990 Brown GMC TT1065

1GTDT19ZXL8509602

1992 DK Blue Dodge Dakota

1B7FL23X4NS602949

2005 Blue Chevrolet Venture

1GNDV23E95D100465

(April 1, 2021)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Case No: 51-2021-PR-00045

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

WARD COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Estate of Donna

Rae Coffin, Deceased.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the undersigned have been appoint-

ed 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 of this notice or

said claims will be forever barred.

Claims must either be presented to

Kyli Jo VanWinkle and Romi Jo L.

Melendez, personal representatives

of the estate in care of Brandon

Rowenhorst, Rowenhorst Law, 122

South Main, Suite D., Minot, North

Dakota 58701 or filed with the Court.

Dated this 25th day of March, 2021.

/s/Kyli Jo VanWinkle

Kyli Jo VanWinkle, Co-Personal

Representative of the Estate of Don-

na Rae Coffin

/s/Romi Jo L. Melendez

Romi Jo L. Melendez, Co-Personal

Representative of the Estate of Don-

na Rae Coffin

/s/Brandon Rowenhorst 3-25-2021

Brandon Rowenhorst

Rowenhorst Law, T: (701)340-9788,

E-Mail: Office@rowenhorstlaw.com

Attorney for the Personal Represen-

tatives

122 South Main, Suite D.

Minot, ND 58701

(April 1-8-15, 2021)

SUMMONS

CIVIL NUMBER: 51-2021-CV-00498

IN THE STATE OF NORTH

DAKOTA, COUNTY OF WARD

IN THE DISTRICT COURT, NORTH

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT

U.S. Bank National Association,

Plaintiff,

v.

Kyle A. Sturdefant; any person in

possession, and all persons unk-

nown, claiming any estate or interest

in, or lien or encumbrance upon, the

real estate described in the com-

plaint,

Defendants.

THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFEN-

DANTS:

1. To the above-mentioned Defen-

dants including all persons unk-

nown, claiming any estate or interest

in, or lien or encumbrance upon, the

real estate described below and in

the complaint.

2. You are hereby summoned and

required to appear and defend

against the Complaint in this action,

which is herewith served upon you,

by serving upon the undersigned a

copy of an Answer or other proper

response within twenty-one (21)

days after the service of this Sum-

mons upon you, exclusive of the day

of service.

3. If you fail to do so, Judgment by

default will be taken against you for

the relief demanded in the Com-

plaint.

4. This Summons and Complaint will

be filed with the Clerk of this Court.

5. This action relates to the foreclo-

sure of a mortgage upon the follow-

ing described real property in the

County of Ward, State of North

Dakota:

Lot 24, Block 7, Northdale First Ad-

dition to the City of Minot, Ward

County, North Dakota.

Property Address: 2612 6th Street

NW, Minot, ND 58703

6. The Plaintiff is not seeking a per-

sonal judgment against the

above-named Defendants.

Date: January 21, 2021

/s/ Scott S. Skeen

Scott S. Skeen

376 East 400 South, Suite 300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Tel: 801-355-2886

Email: scott@hwmlawfirm.com

Bar Number: 09334

HWM: ND10238

(April 1-8-15, 2021)

MDN0036680

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