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Legal Notices 4-20

Burlington City Council Meeting

3/1/21

Present: J Kabanuk, J Cannon, Z

Walker, S Skees, L Brooks, D

Griffis, J Casavant, S Schwandt, K

Crabb, T Pasters, P Samson, M

Glines & visitors. Cannon moved to

approve Jan 2021 Minutes, 1/12/21

Special Meeting Minutes, Feb 2021

Minutes & 2/15/21 Special Meeting

Minutes, Walker second, motion car-

ried by unanimous roll call vote. Kre-

mer moved to approve payroll &

bills, Checks 21885-21900,

DD1083-1096 & 2220-2248 total

$77,755.24 Cannon second, motion

carried by unanimous roll call vote.

Rich Schloesser appeared, he stat-

ed the document drafted by Attorney

Glines was a little too much, he

wants the case number for district

court to be added to the document.

Walker motioned to add an amend-

ment to include the case number to

part 4, Skees second, motion carried

by unanimous roll call vote. City of

Burlington received a recommenda-

tion from Officer Pasterz for a 3rd

officer applicant, Cannon moved to

hire Cullen Hall, 1 month early, not

having been through the academy

and having no experience as

Burlington’s 3rd police officer to be-

gin 3/2/21, Skees second, motion

carried by unanimous roll call vote.

7:30pm Cannon moved for an exe-

cutive session for pending litigation

for Johnson vs. City of Burlington,

Walker second, motion carried by

unanimous roll call vote. 8:15pm

Cannon moved to call regular meet-

ing back to order, Walker second,

motion carried by unanimous roll call

vote. Executive session was a dis-

cussion on the pending litigation,

nothing has been decided. 8:16pm

Skees moved for a 2nd executive

session for pending litigation, Walker

second, motion carried by unani-

mous roll call vote. 8:23pm Cannon

moved to call regular meeting back

to order, Walker second, motion car-

ried by unanimous roll call vote. 2nd

Executive session was regarding a

case with the City for a recommen-

dation to sign discovery documents

by the Mayor. Cannon motioned for

the Mayor to sign the discovery do-

cuments, Walker second, motion

carried by unanimous roll call vote.

Samson went over Engineer’s re-

port. Walker moved to accept Brian

Jost’s request to combine lots as

presented on the 2nd reading,

Skees second, motion carried by

unanimous roll call vote. Building

permit # 894 Jacob Lentz, detached

garage, 8201 11th Ave. NW $262,

Walker moved to approve, Cannon

second, motion carried by unani-

mous roll call vote. Cannon

motioned to have the Mayor sign the

Ward County Operations Plan,

Walker second, motion carried by

unanimous roll call vote. Casavant

received an Eagle Award from the

Minot Chamber of Commerce for

helping an elderly resident in a time

of need. We thank you. 8:32pm

Walker motioned to adjourn, Cannon

second, motion carried by unani-

mous roll call vote. Lynn Brooks, Au-

ditor

(April 20, 2021)

Burlington City Council Special

Meeting 3/18/21

Present: J Kabanuk, Jesse Cannon,

Z Walker, S Skees via phone, L

Brooks & M Glines. 5:05pm Cannon

motioned for an Executive Session

for Attorney consultation with

respect to pending litigation involv-

ing City of Burlington, Walker

second, motion carried by unani-

mous roll call vote. 5:20 pm Cannon

motioned to call regular meeting

back to order, Walker second, mo-

tion carried by unanimous roll call

vote. Walker motioned to give Attor-

ney Schmidt authority to renegotiate

on City of Burlington’s behalf on the

Johnson matter, Cannon second

motion carried by unanimous roll call

vote. 5:30pm Cannon motioned to

adjourn, Skees second, motion car-

ried by unanimous roll call vote.

Mary Lynn Brooks, Auditor

(April 20, 2021)

Burlington City Council Special

Meeting 3/8/21

Present: J Kabanuk, R Kremer, S

Skees, Z Walker, L Brooks & M

Glines. 5:35pm Kremer motioned for

an Executive Session for Attorney

consultation with respect to pending

litigation involving City of Burlington,

Walker second, motion carried by

unanimous roll call vote. 6:30 pm

Walker motioned to call regular

meeting back to order, Kremer

second, motion carried by unani-

mous roll call vote. Kremer motioned

to give Attorney Schmidt authority to

negotiate on City of Burlington’s

behalf on the Johnson matter, Skees

second motion carried by unani-

mous roll call vote. 6:30pm Kremer

motioned to adjourn, Skees second,

motion carried by unanimous roll call

vote. Mary Lynn Brooks, Auditor

(April 20, 2021)

SUMMONS

Case No. 51-2021-CV-00385

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD, IN DISTRICT

COURT, NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Habitat for Humanity,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Howard Edwardson, Linda Edward-

son, and all persons unknown,

claiming any estate or interest in or

lien or encumbrance upon the real

estate described in the Complaint,

Defendants.

SUMMONS IN A MORTGAGE

FORECLOSURE ACTION

THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN-

DANTS:

YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED

And required to appear and defend

against the Complaint in this action,

a copy of which is herewith served

upon you by serving upon the under-

signed 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. If you fail to do so, Judg-

ment by Default will be taken against

you for the relief demanded in the

Complaint. This action relates to the

foreclosure of a mortgage or lien, as

the case may be, upon the following

property in North Dakota in Ward

County to wit:

Lot 2, Block 2, Hendrecksons

Third Addition to the City of

Minot.

Dated this 3rd day of March, 2021

OLSON & BURNS P.C.

/s/Loni N. Bryant

Richard P. Olson (Bar ID: #03183)

Loni N. Bryantt (Bar ID: #09100)

Attorneys for the Plaintiff

17 First Avenue SE

P. O. Box 1180

Minot, ND 58702-1180

(701) 839-1740

rpolson@minotlaw.com

lbryantt@minotlaw.com

NOTICE OF NO PERSONAL

CLAIM

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that

no claim for money judgment

recovery is made personally against

any defendant herein and that this

action relates to the foreclosure of a

real estate mortgage. This notice

contains the description of the real

property at issue in the

above-entitled action, which is si-

tuated in Ward County, North Dako-

ta, to-wit:

Lot 2, Block 2, Hendrecksons

Third Addition to the City of

Minot.

This action will be filed in the office

of the Ward County Clerk of Court in

Minot, North Dakota

Dated this 4th day of March, 2021

OLSON & BURNS P.C.

/s/Loni N. Bryantt

Richard P. Olson (Bar ID: #03183)

Loni N. Bryantt (Bar ID: #09100)

Attorneys for the Plaintiff

17 First Avenue SE

P. O. Box 1180

Minot, ND 58702-1180

(701) 839-1740

rpolson@minotlaw.com

lbryantt@minotlaw.com

(April 6-13-20, 2021)

SURREY PUBLIC SCHOOL

DISTRICT NO-41

SURREY, NORTH DAKOTA

REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD

MEETING

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 2021

President Ron Aberle called meeting

to order at 5:00 pm. Board members

present Ron Aberle, Dustin Mize,

Steph Munos, Daniel Tyler and

Nicole Wald. Also, present Superin-

tendent Gerding, Principal Hansen

and Business Manager Twila

Gantzer.

Minutes: M/S/C Wald/Tyler to ap-

prove minutes from February 10,

2021. Roll call vote, all voted yes.

Faculty: Mr Pelletier was not

pleased with the way he was treated

at the previous board meeting. He

feels the board broke their own

board policy. He is asking in the fu-

ture that the board not discuss any

certified staff issues and consider

the situation. Mr Aberle thanked Mr

Pelletier for speaking. Mr Mize also

acknowledged his courage to speak

to the board. Mrs Richard & Kim

Knutson presented the plans for the

senior trip this year. The trip is

scheduled to take place May 16th –

19th. Students will miss three school

days. M/S/C Wald/Tyler to approve

the senior class trip. Roll call vote:

Aberle-Abstain; Mize-Yes; Munos-

Yes; Tyler-Yes; Wald-Yes. Motion

carried.

Superintendent: Mr Gerding dis-

cussed the upcoming budget and to

save money this year he combined

the Title/Library position. If the new

budget allows Mr Gerding would like

to hire a Title person for the upcom-

ing school year.

Business Manager’s Report: The

financial reports were presented.

M/S/C Tyler/Mize to approve finan-

cial reports as presented and ap-

prove payment of February payroll &

benefits in the amount of $

408,670.45; January board bills:

General Fund-$ 14,994.59; Activity

Fund-$ 788.60; Food-$ 24,734.77.

Prepaid Check Register: General

Fund-$ 17,146.63; Activity Fund-$

16,777.68; Food-$ 329.65. Roll call

vote, all voted yes. Open enrollment

# 86-Out; M/S/C Tyler/Mize to ap-

prove; Open enrollment # 87-Out;

M/S/C Tyler/Mize to approve. Tuition

Agreement # 88-Out M/S/C Mize/

Tyler to approve; Tuition Agreement

# 89-Out M/S/C Tyler/Mize. Roll call

vote, all voted yes.

Principal: Mrs Hansen shared that

Mr Pelletier & Mrs Schwan held an

elementary music contest today. Mr

Pelletier took a group into Minot for

a competition in Minot. The school

also started state testing. The first

week in May we will get a visit from

Advanced Ed to go through their

recommended changes to see

where and what we have done with

that. Mrs Wald would like to view re-

ply being sent to the Advanced Ed

group.

Unfinished Business: School Vision

Committee and the Culture Improve-

ment Committee have not met yet.

Superintendent Evaluation: Mr

Aberle compiled the superintendent

evaluations and did discuss the eval

with Mr Gerding. M/S/C Wald/Mize

to approve the evaluation.

New Business: Souris Valley Spe-

cial Services: The 21/22 contract for

speech services was presented.

M/S/C Tyler/Wald to approve mak-

ing sure the days are at 182 days.

Executive Session: Under NDCC

44-04-19.9 the board will now enter

into executive session M/S/C

Tyler/Mize to enter into executive

session at 5:42pm. Regular meeting

resumed at 6:20pm.

The next regular board meeting will

be Wednesday, April 14th at 5:00

pm.

M/S/C Wald/Mize to adjourn at

6:22pm

Twila Gantzer, Business Manager

Ronald Aberle, President

(April 20, 2021)

Surrey Tax Equalization Mtg

4/12/2021

Mayor: C Tollefson

Council Members: S Fennewald, T

Gantzer, J Johns, B Dickinson

City Auditor: A Trana

Also Present: J Doyle

Present via conference call: Ward

County Tax Direction N Barton, G

Doell

Public: K Walsh

It is noted that this meeting was

open to the public at the City Hall or

via Conferencing due to the CO-

VID-19 pandemic. Mayor Tollefson

called the meeting to order at 5:45

PM. Board members stated their

name and position. Ms. Barton ad-

dressed the members regarding the

2021 property valuations for the City

with Ms. Walsh making appeal to a

valuation on parcel number

SY180510001580. Ms. Walsh

reasoned that the property was pur-

chased at half the cost of the listed

assessed value. Mr. Doell ex-

pressed further concern on calcula-

tions used for vacant lots in Silver

Springs. Ms. Barton confirmed that

a decrease per square footage had

been made and indicated that further

appeal could ultimately be brought

to the Ward County Equalization

Board in June. Gantzer/Dickinson to

accept the 2021 tax valuations for

the City of Surrey as provided by the

Ward County Tax director with no

factual data received for appeals.

Roll Call Vote; Gantzer-Aye,

Dickinson-Aye, Johns-Aye, Fen-

newald-Nay. Motion carried. Meet-

ing adjourned 6:15 p.m.

(April 20, 2021)

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