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Legal Notices 4-9

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

CITY OF NEW TOWN

10th Street N. Improvements

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the City of New Town will receive

sealed Bids for the construction of

the 10th Street N Improvements, at

the New Town City Hall conference

room, 103 Soo Place, PO Box 309,

New Town, ND 58763 until 11:00

AM Friday, April 23rd, at which time

all Bids will be publicly opened and

read aloud.

All Bids must be submitted, and all

work shall be done, in full and strict

compliance with:

1. The Plans & Contract Documents

for this project;

2. Any Special Conditions for this

project;

3. NDDOT Standard Specifications

for Road and Bridge Construction;

Complete digital project bidding do-

cuments are available at www.

ackerman-estvold.com/projects or

www.questcdn.com. You may down-

load the digital plan documents for

$50 by inputting Quest project

#7684968 on the website’s Project

Search page. Please contact

QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or

info@questcdn.com for assistance

in free membership registration,

downloading, and working with this

digital project information. An option-

al paper set of project documents is

also available for a nonrefundable

price of $100 per set. Make checks

payable to Ackerman-Estvold and

send it to 1907 17th Street SE,

Minot, ND 58701. Potential bidders

may contact Ackerman-Estvold at

(701) 837-8737 with any questions.

Generally, the Work covered by the

Plans and Specifications for the 10th

Street N Improvements consists of

the materials, labor, tools, and

equipment required for topsoil strip-

ping, excavation and embankment

work, 2900 SY of Cement Stabilized

Subgrade, 1100 Ton of Aggregate

Base, 600 Ton of FAA 43 Super-

pave Hot Mix Asphalt, 100 SY 6″

Reinforced Concrete Pavement, 730

SY Concrete Sidewalk, Curb &

Gutter and other incidentals as iden-

tified in the Plans and Specifications.

A bid alternate will be available that

removes the Cement Stabilized

Subgrade and includes an additional

1100 Ton of Aggregate Base.

All Bids are to be submitted on the

basis of cash payment for the Work

and Materials, and are to be en-

closed in a sealed envelope ad-

dressed to the City of New Town,

PO Box 309, accompanied by a

separate envelope containing a

Bidder’s Bond in the sum equal to

5% of the full amount of the Bid, ex-

ecuted by the Bidder as Principal,

and by a Surety, conditioned that if

the Principal’s Bid is accepted and

the contract awarded to the Princi-

pal, the Principal, within ten days

after notice of award, shall execute a

Contract in accordance with the

terms of the Bid and Performance

and Payment Bonds as required by

the law and the regulation and deter-

minations of the Owner. If a suc-

cessful bidder does not execute a

contract within the ten days allowed,

the bidder’s bond must be forfeited

to the City of New Town and the pro-

ject will be awarded to the next

lowest responsible bidder. Bidder’s

shall be licensed for the full amount

of the Bid, as required by Sections

43-07-05 and 43-07-12 of the North

Dakota Century Code. A copy of the

Bidder’s Contractor’s License or

License Renewal must be included

in the Bid Bond envelope.

No Bid may be read or considered if

it does not fully comply with the re-

quirements of Section 48-01.2-05 of

the North Dakota Century Code.

Any deficient Bid received will be

resealed and returned to the Bidder

immediately.

The Owner reserves the right to hold

all Bids for 30 days, to reject any or

all Bids and to waive any informality

or irregularity in any Bid.

There shall be endorsed upon the

outside of the envelope containing

the Bid, the following:

1. “10th Street N Improvements”

2. The name of the person, firm, cor-

poration, or joint venture submitting

the Bid.

3. Acknowledgement of Addendum,

if any.

4. The Bidder’s Contractor’s License

or Contractor’s License Renewal

Number.

The Work will be substantially com-

plete on or before August 27, 2021

and will be completed and ready for

final payment in accordance with

Paragraph 15.06 of the General

Conditions on or before October 1,

2021. If the work is not completed by

the times listed above the liquidated

damages will start and continue until

work is completed.

By order of the City Council of the

City of New Town, North Dakota.

Dated this 29th day of March, 2021.

/s/Eileen Zaun

City Auditor

(April 2-9-16, 2021)

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

City of Velva, North Dakota

Goldade Lift Station Replacement

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the City of Velva, North Dakota will

receive sealed Bids for the con-

struction of GOLDADE LIFT STA-

TION REPLACEMENT, at the Velva

City Hall, 101 1st St W, Velva, North

Dakota, until 11:00 AM Monday,

April 26, 2021, at which time all Bids

will be publicly opened and read

aloud.

All Bids must be submitted, and all

work shall be done, in full and strict

compliance with:

1. The Plans & Contract Documents

for this project;

2. Any Special Conditions for this

project;

Project bidding documents are avail-

able for examination and/or $100

purchase Monday through Friday

from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00

pm to 5:00 pm at the office of

Ackerman-Estvold, 1907 17th Street

SE, Minot, ND 58701. Complete di-

gital project bidding documents are

available at www.ackerman-

estvold.com/projects or www.quest

cdn.com. You may download the di-

gital plan documents for $50 by in-

putting Quest project #7718033 on

the website’s Project Search page.

Please contact QuestCDN.com at

952-233-1632 or info@quest

cdn.com for assistance in free

membership registration, download-

ing, and working with this digital pro-

ject information. Potential bidders

may contact Ackerman-Estvold at

(701) 837-8737 with any questions.

Generally, the Work covered by the

Plans and Specifications for the Gol-

dade Lift Station Replacement con-

sists of the materials, labor, tools,

and equipment required for the con-

struction a sanitary sewer lift station.

The Work includes the removal and

replacement of a sanitary sewer lift

station, two sanitary manholes, ap-

proximately 110 LF of gravity sani-

tary sewer, and approximately 65 LF

of sanitary sewer force main. The

Work shall also include the removal

and replacement of approximately

50 LF of curb & gutter, 35 SY of con-

crete sidewalk, 190 SY of asphalt

pavement, and other incidentals as

necessary to complete the project.

Details of the construction are in-

cluded in the Drawings and Project

Manual.

All Bids are to be submitted on the

basis of cash payment for the Work

and Materials necessary to complete

the project. Each bid must be ac-

companied by a separate envelope

containing the contractor’s license

and bid security. The bid security

must be in a sum equal to five per-

cent of the full amount of the bid and

must be in the form of a bidder’s

bond. A bidder’s bond must be exe-

cuted 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 Owner and

the project awarded to the next

lowest responsible bidder. Bidders

must be licensed for the full amount

of the bid as required by section

43-07-12 of the North Dakota Centu-

ry Code.

Attention is called to the fact that

compliance with Community

Development Block Grant Disaster

Recovery (CDBG) federal labor

standards is required on this project

and will include Davis Bacon labor

rates, Section 3 employment plan,

not less than the minimum salaries

and wages as set forth in the Con-

tract Documents must be paid on

this project, and that 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.

No Bid may be read or considered if

it does not fully comply with the re-

quirements of Section 48-01.2-05 of

the North Dakota Century Code.

The Owner reserves the right to hold

all Bids for 60 days, to reject any or

all Bids, to waive any informality or

irregularity in any Bid, to accept the

Bid deemed in the best interest of

the Owner, and to rebid the project

until a satisfactory bid is received.

There shall be endorsed upon the

outside of the envelope containing

the Bid, the following:

1. “City of Velva, North Dakota, Gol-

dade Lift Station Replacement”

2. The name of the person, firm,

corporation, or joint venture submit-

ting the Bid.

3. The Bidder’s Contractor’s License

or Contractor’s License Renewal

Number.

4. Acknowledgement of the Adden-

da, if any.

Any deficient Bid received will be

resealed and returned to the Bidder

immediately.

All Work shall be substantially com-

plete by September 17, 2021 and

shall be complete and ready for final

payment in accordance with the

General Conditions by October 15,

2021.

Should the Contractor fail to com-

plete its obligations under the Con-

tract within the time required herein

or within such extra time as may

have been granted by formal exten-

sions of time approved by the Own-

er, there will be deducted from any

amount due to the Contractor the

sum of $1,000 per day for each and

every calendar day that the comple-

tion of the Work is delayed. The

Contractor and his Surety will be li-

able for any excess. Such payment

will be as and for liquidated dam-

ages and not as a penalty.

By order of the City Commission of

the City of Velva, North Dakota.

Dated this 30th day of March, 2021.

/s/ Jennifer Johns

City Auditor

(April 2-9-16, 2021)

Advertisement for Bids

Parshall Hankins Field

Parshall, North Dakota

AIP NO. 3-38-0046-014-2021

Sealed bids for the construction of

airport improvements for Parshall

Hankins Field, Parshall, North Dako-

ta will be received by the Parshall

Municipal Airport Authority, Parshall,

North Dakota until 2:00 PM CT on

April 23, 2021. All bids will be public-

ly opened and read aloud at KLJ,

4585 Coleman Street, Bismarck,

North Dakota. The Owner will re-

ceive multiple prime bids for general

and electrical construction or any

combination thereof.

The bid documents are to be mailed

or delivered to KLJ, Attn: Shane

Steiner, PE, Project Manager, 4585

Coleman Street, Bismarck, North

Dakota 58503 and shall be sealed

and endorsed, “Airport Improve-

ments, Parshall Hankins Field, AIP

No 3-38-0046-014-2021” and shall

indicate the type and number of con-

tractor’s license.

The proposed work includes the fol-

lowing:

Replace Medium Intensity Lights

(MIRLs), Medium Intensity Taxiway

Lights (MITLs), Signs and Airfield

Lighting Controls

Plans and specifications are on file

and may be seen at the office of the

Parshall Municipal Airport Authority,

PO Box 569, Parshall, North Dakota

and at the office of KLJ, 4585 Cole-

man Street, Bismarck, North Dakota.

Complete digital project bidding do-

cuments are available at www.

kljeng.com “Projects for Bid” or

www.questcdn.com. You may down-

load the digital plan documents for

$27 by inputting Quest project #

7693274 on the website’s Project

Search page. Please contact

QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or

info@questcdn.com for assistance

in free membership registration,

downloading and working with this

digital project information. An option

paper set of project documents is

also available for a non-refundable

price of $90 per set at KLJ, 4585

Coleman Street/PO Box 1157,

Bismarck, ND 58502 for each set

obtained. Contact KLJ at

701-355-8400 if you have any ques-

tions.

Each bid shall be accompanied by a

separate envelope containing a Bid

Bond in a sum equal to five percent

(5%) of the maximum bid price, exe-

cuted by the Bidder as principal and

by a surety company authorized to

do business in the State of North

Dakota, payable to the Parshall

Municipal Airport Authority, condi-

tioned that if the principal’s bid be

accepted and the contract awarded

to him, he, within ten (10) days after

Notice of Award has been executed,

will execute and effect a contract in

accordance with the terms of his bid

and a contractor’s bond as required

by law and regulations and determi-

nations of the governing board. The

bid security of the two lowest

bidders will be retained until the No-

tice of Award has been executed,

but no longer than 60 days. The bid

security is a guarantee that the

bidder will enter into contract for

work described in the Proposal.

The Contractor shall also enclose

within the Bid Bond envelope a copy

of the bidder’s North Dakota Con-

tractor’s License or a copy of their

latest renewal certificate issued by

the Secretary of State as per North

Dakota Century Code 43-07-07 and

43-07-12. Any bid not containing this

document shall not be acceptable

and shall be returned to the Bidder.

The successful Bidder will be re-

quired to furnish a Contract Perfor-

mance Bond and Payment Bond in

the full amount of the Contract.

The Parshall Municipal Airport Au-

thority, Parshall, North Dakota,

reserves the right to hold all bids for

a period of 60 days after the date

fixed for the opening thereof to reject

any and all bids and waive defects

and to accept any bids should it be

deemed for the public good and also

reserves the right to reject the bid of

any party who has been delinquent

or unfaithful in the performance of

any former contract to the Owner.

The successful Bidder will have to

obtain a statement from the Office of

the State Tax Commissioner show-

ing that all taxes due and owing to

the State of North Dakota have paid

before the contract can be executed.

NOTICE OF REQUIREMENT FOR

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION to EN-

SURE EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OP-

PORTUNITY

1. The Offeror’s or Bidder’s attention

is called to the “Equal Opportunity

Clause” and the “Standard Federal

Equal Employment Opportunity

Construction Contract Specifica-

tions” 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 compliance with

the Executive Order and the regula-

tions in 41 CFR Part 60-4 shall be

based on its implementation of the

Equal Opportunity Clause, specific

affirmative action obligations re-

quired by the specifications set forth

in 41 CFR 60-4.3(a) and its efforts to

meet the goals. The hours of minori-

ty and female employment and train-

ing must be substantially uniform

throughout the length of the contract,

and in each trade, and the Contrac-

tor shall make a good faith effort to

employ minorities and women even-

ly on each of its projects. The

transfer of minority or female em-

ployees or trainees from Contractor

to Contractor or from project to pro-

ject for the sole purpose of meeting

the Contractor’s goals shall be a vio-

lation of the contract, the Executive

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 the State

of North Dakota, Mountrail County,

City of Parshall.

The Parshall Municipal Airport Au-

thority, in accordance with the provi-

sions of Title VI of the Civil Rights

Act of 1964 (78 Stat. 252, 42 U.S.C.

Section 2000d to 2000d-4) and the

Regulations, hereby notifies all

bidders or offerors that it will affirma-

tively ensure that any contract en-

tered into pursuant to this adver-

tisement, disadvantaged business

enterprises 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.

The requirements of 49 CFR part 26

apply to this contract. It is the policy

of the Parshall Municipal Airport Au-

thority to practice nondiscrimination

based on race, color, sex, or nation-

al origin in the award or performance

of this contract. The Owner en-

courages participation by all firms

qualifying under this solicitation re-

gardless of business size or owner-

ship.

The Owner’s award of this contract

is conditioned upon Bidder or Of-

feror satisfying the good faith effort

requirements of 49 CFR Section

26.53. The successful Bidder or Of-

feror must provide written confirma-

tion of participation from each of the

DBE firms the Bidder or Offeror lists

in its commitment within five days

after bid opening:

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 partici-

pation of each DBE firm listed under

item 1;

4. Written statement from Bidder or

Offeror that attests their commitment

to use the DBE firm(s) listed under

item 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.

A full list of Federal Provisions by

which the Bidder must comply, are

incorporated by reference and con-

tained within the specifications.

Federal Contract Provisions are also

available at http://www.faa.gov/

airports/aip/procurement/federal_co

ntract_provisions/ and include the

following:

1. Buy American Preferences – Title

29 USC Section 50101

2. Civil Rights – Title VI Assurances

49 USC Section 47123 and FAA

Order 1400.11

3. Davis Bacon Requirements – 2

CFR Section 200, Appendix II(D)

and 29 CFR Part 5 (Applicable to

contracts exceeding $2,000)

4. Debarment and Suspension – 2

CFR Part 180 (Subpart C), 2 CFR

Part 1200, and DOT Order 4200.5

(Applicable to contracts exceeding

$25,000)

5. Disadvantaged Business Enter-

prise – 49 CFR Part 26

6. Trade Restriction Certification –

49 USC Section 50104 and 49 CFR

Part 30

7. Lobbying Federal Employees –

31 USC Section 1352 – Byrd

Anti-Lobbying Amendment, 2 CFR

Part 200, Appendix II(J), and 49

CFR Part 20, Appendix A (Applica-

ble to contracts exceeding

$100,000)

8. Recovered Materials – 2 CFR

Section 200.322, 40 CFR Part 247,

and Solid Waste Disposal Act (Ap-

plicable to contracts exceeding

$10,000)

No pre-bid meeting will be held for

this project.

Dated this 2 of April 2021.

/s/Parshall Municipal Airport Authori-

ty, Owner

Richard Bolkan, Airport Manager

Parshall Municipal Airport Authority

Parshall, North Dakota

(April 2-9-16, 2021)

BERTHOLD TWP. TAX

EQUALIZATION MEETING

The meeting will be held on April 14,

2021 at 5:00pm at the Ward Co. Ad-

ministration Building, Rm. 108.

Please attend this meeting if you

want to petition your current years

assessment.

Wesley Hagen, clerk

(April 2-9, 2021)

Minutes of the Board of Ward

County Commissioners

March 2, 2021

The regular meeting of the Ward

County Commission was called to

order by Chairman Fjeldahl at 9:00

AM with Commissioners, Anderson,

Pietsch, Rostad, and Weppler

present. Also present were depart-

ment heads Bradley Starnes, Dana

Larsen, Emily Goff, Jason Blowers,

Jennifer Wiechmann, Kerrianne

Boetcher, Kristin Kowalczyk, Leona

Lochthowe, Marisa Haman, Melissa

Bliss, Noreen Barton, Robert Roed,

Roza Larson and Tammy Terras.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Pietsch to approve the

agenda. Roll call; all voted yes; mo-

tion carried.

Moved by Comm. Pietsch, second-

ed by Comm. Anderson to approve

the regular Commission meeting

minutes on February 16, 2021 and

include the Commission requested

corrections. Roll call; all voted yes;

motion carried.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Weppler, to approve the

regular bills totaling $6,229,844.11

and Human Service Zone direct cost

bills totaling $256.88. Roll call; all

voted yes; motion carried.

Chairman of Trinity Health Founda-

tion Dr. Verhey appeared and gave

the Commission a presentation rein-

troducing Trinity Health. The presen-

tation included the history of the hos-

pital and the building of the future

hospital set to open the Spring of

2023.

Jail Commander Major Paul Olthoff

appeared with an agreement

between Ward County and Trinity

Health to provide inmate health ser-

vices for Ward County Jail and Ju-

venile Health Services for Ward

County Juvenile Detention Center.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Anderson to approve

and sign the Agreement for Provid-

ing Inmate Health Service for Ward

County Jail and Juvenile Health Ser-

vices for Ward County Juvenile

Detention. Roll call; all voted yes;

motion carried.

State’s Attorney Roza Larson ap-

peared with a request to spend

$8,200.00 from Asset Forfeiture

funds to bring an instructor to Minot

for multi-personnel disciplinary train-

ing for law enforcement and the at-

torneys in the State’s Attorney’s Of-

fice. The County Sheriff’s Depart-

ment, the Minot Police Department

and the Task Force will have per-

sonnel attend the training as will all

attorneys in her department.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Rostad to approve

Ms. Larson’s request. Roll call; all

voted yes; motion carried.

Ms. Larson continued by informing

the Commission the medical exa-

miner has sent samples to private

labs for upcoming court cases. She

will have expenses for these ser-

vices as well as travel expenses if

the experts need to testify in court.

Director of Tax Equalization Noreen

Barton appeared with a memoran-

dum of tax roll adjustments for the

Commission approval. She re-

quested page 5 of the memorandum

be removed as the valuations are in-

correct and asked the Commission

to approve pages 1-4.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Weppler to approve

pages 1-4 of the Tax Roll Adjust-

ments. Roll call; all voted yes; mo-

tion carried.

Planning and Zoning Administrator

Doug Diedrichsen appeared with a

variance and several plats for the

Commission’s consideration.

Shane Soltis submitted a variance

application for the following

described property: 118 Rice Lake

Road S. Douglas, ND; Nesson’s plat

lot 18 and W 70′ of outlot 1 of lot 5;

section 10-152-85 Rice Lake. The

applicant is requesting a variance for

the side yard setback off the east

property line for a garage to be con-

structed. The owner is requesting to

build 7 feet from the property line

with a 13 feet setback requirement.

Planning Commission recommends

approval of the variance application

based on finding of facts and staff

recommendations.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Pietsch to open the pub-

lic hearing regarding Shane Soltis’

variance application at 9:48 AM. Roll

call; all voted yes; motion carried.

No from the public came forward for

or against the variance.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Pietsch to close the pub-

lic hearing. Roll call; all voted yes;

motion carried.

Moved by Comm. Pietsch, second-

ed by Comm. Anderson to approve

the variance application for Shane

Soltis due to the following hardships:

the shape and size of the property;

exiting structures on the property

and adjacent land owners enjoying

the same level of setback. Roll call;

all voted yes; motion carried.

Dakota Valley Addition submitted an

application for a subdivision plat for

the following described property:

proposes Dakota Valley Addition,

section 15-156-81. The applicant is

proposing to parcel five lots. Pro-

posed lot 1 is 32.54 acres, proposed

lot 2 is 8.66 acres, proposed lot 3 is

9.07 acres, proposed lot 4 is 18.70

acres and proposed lot 5 is 81.12

acres. Ward County zoning applies

with Kirkelie Township recommend-

ing approval. The proposed lots

meet the minimum zoning require-

ments for Ward County. Planning

Commission recommends approval

of the subdivision plat application

based on finding of facts and staff

recommendations.

Moved by Comm. Pietsch, second-

ed by Comm. Rostad to approve the

subdivision plat application for Dako-

ta Valley Addition and to include

staff recommendations. Roll call; all

voted yes; motion carried.

Robin Novak submitted an applica-

tion for a plat for the following

described property: proposed outlot

5 lying in Government lot 6, section

6-153-83. The applicant is proposing

to parcel Outlot 1 a 10.0-acre parcel.

The outlot is for future residential

purposes. Freedom Township zon-

ing applies with the township recom-

mendation pending. The proposed

outlot meets minimum zoning re-

quirements for Freedom Township

and Ward County. Planning Com-

mission recommends approval of

the plat application based on finding

of facts and staff recommendations.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Anderson to approve

the plat application for Robin Novak

pending Freedom Townships

recommendation. Roll call; all voted

yes; motion carried.

Tyler Mickelson submitted a plat ap-

plication for the following described

property: proposed outlot 1 SESE,

section 15-157-82. The applicant is

proposing to parcel Outlot 1 a

6.71-acre parcel. The outlot is for fu-

ture residential purposes. Ward

County Zoning applies with Tatman

Township recommending approval

The proposed outlot meets minimum

zoning requirements for Ward Coun-

ty. Planning Commission recom-

mends approval of the plat applica-

tion based on finding of facts and

staff recommendations.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Pietsch to approve the

plat application for Tyler Mickelson.

Roll call; all voted yes; motion car-

ried.

Sandra Grebin submitted a plat ap-

plication for the following described

property: proposed outlot 1 lying in

unplatted portion of the NE of sec-

tion 15-151-82. The applicant is pro-

posing to parcel Outlot 1, a

38.36-acre parcel. The outlot is for

future residential purposes. Ward

County zoning applies with Iota Flat

Township recommending approval.

The proposed outlot meets minimum

zoning requirements for Ward

Count. Planning Commission

recommends approval of the plat ap-

plication based on finding of facts

and staff recommendations.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Pietsch to approve the

plat application for Sandra Grebin.

Roll call; all voted yes; motion car-

ried.

Joni Haner submitted a plat applica-

tion for the following described pro-

perty: proposed outlot 3 being all of

Outlot 2 and a portion of Govern-

ment lot 2. The applicant is propos-

ing to parcel Outlot3 an 8.12- acre

parcel. The outlot is for future

residential purposes. Gasman

Township zoning applies with the

township recommending approval.

The proposed outlot meets minimum

zoning requirements for Gasman

Township and Ward County. Plan-

ning Commission recommends ap-

proval of the plat application based

on finding of facts and staff recom-

mendations.

Moved by Comm. Pietsch, second-

ed by Comm. Weppler to approve

the plat application for Joni Haner.

Roll call; all voted yes; motion car-

ried.

Craig Cole submitted a plat applica-

tion for the following described pro-

perty: proposed outlot 1 lying in

N2NW NW (N2 Government lot 4).

The applicant is proposing to parcel

Outlot 1, 3.98-acre parcel. The outlot

is for future residential purposes.

Mandan Township zoning applies

with the township recommending ap-

proval. The proposed outlot meets

minimum zoning requirements for

Mandan Township and Ward Coun-

ty. Planning Commission recom-

mends approval of the plat applica-

tion based on finding of facts and

staff recommendations.

Moved by Comm. Anderson,

seconded by Comm. Rostad to ap-

prove the plat application for Craig

Cole. Roll call; all voted yes; motion

carried.

Human Resources Director Tammy

Terras appeared with four options

for the Commission to consider re-

garding who will review the Depart-

ment Head Position Description

Questionnaires (PDQ). The first op-

tion is the whole Commission will re-

view the PDQ with the Department

head; second option is the depart-

ments appointed Commissioner will

review the PDQ; third option is the

Personnel Committee will review the

PDQ and the fourth option is the

department’s appointed Commission

and a member of the Personnel

Committee with review the PDQ.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Rostad to approve op-

tion 4 and have the Department’s

appointed Commissioner and a

member of the Personnel Commit-

tee review the Department Head

PDQs. Roll call; all voted yes; mo-

tion carried.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Pietsch to approve the

payroll amendments for T.Ness-

Auditor/Treasurer and B. Sloboden-

Facilities Management. Roll call; all

voted yes; motion carried.

Auditor/Treasurer Marisa Haman ap-

peared.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Anderson to receive

and file the following corresponden-

ceCourt Facilities Improvement

Grant-Grant Award Notification; Ack-

erman Estvold – Magic City

Discovery Center-Children’s Muse-

um. Roll call; all voted yes; motion

carried.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Rostad to receive and

file the 2020 Annual Report for the

Ward County Recorder and Ward

County Library. Roll call; all voted

yes; motion carried.

Ms. Haman reviewed a memoran-

dum she prepared for the Commis-

sion regarding the Library funding

shortfall. The Library cash on hand

was over estimated in 2020 and

2021 budget calculations. The

overestimation caused the mill levy

to be lower than is should have been

in both years which resulted in the li-

brary being short funded in taxes.

She discussed a couple option with

the Commission to help resolve the

negative balance.

Moved by Comm. Pietsch, second-

ed by Comm. Rostad to table the

decision regarding the Library fund-

ing shortfall until more information

can be reviewed. Roll call; all voted

yes; motion carried.

Chairman Fjeldahl requested Emer-

gency Management Director Jen-

nifer Wiechmann appear to discuss

COVID rapid antibody tests. The

tests are free from the state, but the

cost to process the test is estimated

at $21 per test.

A discussion was held regarding if

the County should continue with a

request to obtain tests from the

state. The County would pay Trinity

Health to process the tests using

funds received from the Cares Act.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Anderson to approve

spending funds to process up to

2,500 tests. Roll call; Commission-

ers Rostad, Anderson and Fjeldahl

voted yes, Commissioners Weppler

and Pietsch voted no; motion car-

ried.

Ms. Haman gave the Commission

recommendations from the fore-

closed property meeting regarding

two offers received on foreclosed

property the County had listed for

sale.

Moved by Comm. Pietsch, second-

ed by Comm. Anderson to approve

the recommendations to accept offer

of $10,000 for parcel

MI31D930400090 aka The Bluffs

Second Addition lot 9 Block 4 and to

counter offer $32,000 plus $20

recording fee for parcel

MI0181900000050 aka 225 45th

Ave NE Minot.

A discussion was held. Comm.

Pietsch and Comm. Anderson with-

drew the motion.

Moved by Comm. Anderson,

seconded by Comm. Rostad to ap-

prove accepting the $10,000 plus

$20 recoding fee offer to purchase

parcel MI31D930400090 aka The

Bluffs Second Addition lot 9 Block 4.

Roll call; all voted yes; motion car-

ried.

Moved by Comm. Anderson,

seconded Pietsch to approve the

Foreclosure Committee’s recom-

mendation and submit a counter

offer of $32,000 plus $20 recording

fee for the purchase of parcel

MI018190000050 aka 225 45th Ave

NE Minot, ND. Roll call; all voted

yes; motion carried.

Moved by Comm. Pietsch, second-

ed by Comm. Weppler to approve

the offer to purchase parcel

KM20062400032 aka 302 Division

St Kenmare, ND for the selling price

of $12,500 plus a $20 recording fee.

Roll call; all voted yes; motion car-

ried.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Anderson to approve

the amendment to the purchase

agreement for parcel

MI150181200100 aka 439 17th St

NW, Minot from the original offer of

$57,500 to the amended offer of

$37,500. Roll call; all voted yes; mo-

tion carried.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Anderson to approve

the quit claim deeds for the following

foreclosed properties redeemed by

owner: Pheasant Run subdivision lot

9 block 1-city of Minot and Pheasant

Run subdivision lot 10 block 6-city of

Minot. Roll call; all voted yes; motion

carried.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Weppler to approve the

raffle permit for Souris Valley Ama-

teur Radio Club. Roll call; all voted

yes; motion carried.

Moved by Comm. Pietsch, second-

ed by Comm. Rostad to set up inter-

views for the applicants to the Coun-

ty Planning and Zoning Commis-

sion.

A discussion was held. Comm.

Pietsch and Comm. Rostad with-

drew the motion.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Anderson to appoint

Crystal Hendrickson, Robert Kibler

and Marvin Heller to the County

Planning and Zoning Commission.

Roll call; Commissioners Weppler,

Pietsch and Anderson voted yes,

Commissioners Rostad and Fjeldahl

voted no; motion carried.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Pietsch to review pro-

cedures for appointing and advertis-

ing board openings. Roll call; all vot-

ed yes, except Comm. Anderson

who voted no; motion carried.

Comm. Pietsch attended the Febru-

ary 18, 2021 County Planning and

Zoning Commission meeting and

observed. No final action was taken.

Comm. Rostad and Comm. Weppler

attended the February 23, 2021

Foreclosure Committee meeting and

observed. No final action was taken.

At 11:00 AM with no further busi-

ness, the meeting was adjourned.

(April 9, 2021)

Minutes of the Board of Ward

County Commissioners

March 16, 2021

The regular meeting of the Ward

County Commission was called to

order by Chairman Fjeldahl at 9:00

AM with Commissioners, Anderson,

Pietsch, Rostad, and Weppler

present. Also present were depart-

ment heads Bradley Starnes, Dana

Larsen, Emily Goff, Jason Blowers,

Jennifer Wiechmann (via Tele-

phone), Kerrianne Boetcher, Kristin

Kowalczyk, Leona Lochthowe, Mari-

sa Haman, Melissa Bliss, Noreen

Barton, Robert Roed, and Tammy

Terras.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Pietsch to approve the

agenda. Roll call; all voted yes; mo-

tion carried.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Pietsch to approve the

regular Commission meeting

minutes on March 2, 2021. Comm.

Pietsch requested corrections, after

discussion it was decided the Audi-

tor would review the audio and

meeting notes and bring back cla-

rification to next meeting.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, second

by Comm. Anderson to table appro-

val of the meeting minutes for the

March 2, 2021 Commission meeting

until next meeting. Roll call; all voted

yes; motion carried.

Moved by Comm. Anderson,

seconded by Comm. Weppler, to ap-

prove the regular bills totaling

$208,416.45 and Human Service

Zone direct cost bills totaling

$5,034.50. Roll call; all voted yes;

motion carried.

Rural Fire Chief Rex Weltikol ap-

peared requesting approval and the

Chairman’s signature on the Ward

County Fire Emergency and Restric-

tive Burn Ban. The burn ban would

follow the fire index and be in effect

March 16, 2021 through October 1,

2021. He has spoken with all twelve

fire Chiefs in the county and all are

on board with requesting the Res-

trictive Burn Ban.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Rostad to approve

and sign the Ward County Fire Em-

ergency and Restrictive Burn Ban.

Roll call; all voted yes; motion car-

ried.

Human Service Zone Director Melis-

sa Bliss appeared requesting to dis-

continue use of Kenmare ancillary

office. Since COVID began a year

ago Human Services has not sent

an employee to this office and no

concerns or comments in regards to

their absence. The Human Service

Board voted that Human Service

discontinues sending staff to the an-

cillary office.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Weppler to approve to

discontinue servicing the Kenmare

Ancillary Office. Roll call; all voted

yes; motion carried.

Highway Engineer Dana Larsen ap-

peared with three bids for the 2021

center and edge striping project. The

low bid of $196,338.32 was submit-

ted by J&J Striping.

Moved by Comm. Pietsch, second-

ed by Comm. Anderson to approve

the bid of $196,338.32 from J&J

Striping to complete the county wide

center edge line striping project. Roll

call; all voted yes; motion carried.

Human Resource Director Tammy

Terras gave the Commission an up-

date regarding the Building Inspec-

tor position. No proposals were sub-

mitted from outside contractors and

some applications have been re-

ceived and reviewed. She would like

authorization to proceed with inter-

viewing two of the candidates.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Weppler to approve mov-

ing forward with interviewing candi-

dates for the Building Inspector posi-

tion. Roll call; all voted yes; motion

carried.

Ms. Terras continued with a discus-

sion regarding the electronic time-

cards project. Ms. Terras outlined

first steps and requested Commis-

sion direction to move forward with

the project.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Pietsch to approve

moving forward with the plan

presented for the electronic timecard

project. Roll call; all voted yes; mo-

tion carried.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Weppler to approve the

following payroll amendments: L.

Degele- State’s Attorney’s Office; J.

Branch- Jail Detention; T. Grosche-

Auditor/Treasurer. Roll call; all voted

yes; motion carried.

Auditor/Treasurer Marisa Haman ap-

peared.

Ms. Haman gave the Commission

meeting minutes from the February

23, 2021 meeting of the Foreclosure

Committee and a proposed pro-

cedure regarding selling of fore-

closed property.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Rostad to approve au-

thorizing the Auditor or Deputy Audi-

tor to accept offers on behalf of the

County if the offer received is equal

to or above minimum sale price. Roll

call; all voted yes; motion carried.

Ms. Haman continued with recom-

mending transferring $65,000 from

the Library operating fund into the Li-

brary bookmobile fund to make that

fund whole and work the library

operating fund out of the negative

balance.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Rostad to approve the

recommendation and transfer

$65,000 into the bookmobile fund

from the library operating fund. Roll

call; all voted yes; motion carried.

Ms. Haman informed the Commis-

sion there is no procedure or policy

on record regarding the appointing

of members to boards or commit-

tees. She would like to know how

they would like to proceed regarding

this.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Rostad to approve the

Auditor and Human Resources to

create a plan for selecting members

to boards and committees and

present the plan at the next Com-

mission meeting. Roll call; all voted

yes; motion carried.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Anderson to receive and

file the following correspondence:

Minot Chamber of Commerce EDC.

Roll call; all voted yes; motion car-

ried.

Chairman Fjeldahl reviewed with the

Commission the plan received from

Trinity Health regarding antibody

testing for Ward County. Chairman

Fjeldahl would like to recognize Trin-

ity Health for the work they have put

forth.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Weppler to suspend fund-

ing allocated during the March 2,

2021 Commission meeting for CO-

VID antibody testing for Ward Coun-

ty. Roll call; all vote yes; motion car-

ried.

The Commission moved the discus-

sion to the correspondence received

from Terry Traynor of NDACo re-

garding the relief bill signed by the

President. The bill allocated $130

billion for counties and cities. Ward

County is estimated to receive

$13,118,555. Comm. Weppler would

like the Commission to consider us-

ing the funds for citizen tax relief and

other community needs.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Weppler to receive

and file the correspondence from

Terry Traynor. Roll call; all voted

yes; motion carried.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Anderson to receive

and file monthly reports including

financials. Roll call; all voted yes;

motion carried.

Moved by Comm. Rostad, seconded

by Comm. Weppler to receive and

file the 2020 Annual Report for the

Ward County Sheriff’s Department.

Roll call; all voted yes; motion car-

ried.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Pietsch to approve

County deeds for the following fore-

closed properties sold by realtor:

Tolleys plat W2 lots 1-3 B24 Ken-

mare City; Ridgedale Industrial Park

lot 5; Ehr’s Fifth Addition N 1/2 lot 2

all lot 3 block 4 city of Minot; Blais-

dell Bird addition lot 10 block 12;

Westwood Park Addition lot 1 city of

Minot; and the Bluffs Second Addi-

tion lot 9 block 4 city of Minot. Roll

call; all voted yes; motion carried.

Moved by Comm. Weppler, second-

ed by Comm. Anderson to approve

the raffle permit for Minot Associa-

tion of Builders. Roll call; all voted

yes; motion carried.

Comm. Pietsch and Comm. Weppler

attended the March 4, 2021 County

Planning and Zoning Commission

meeting and observed. No final ac-

tion was taken.

Commissioners Weppler, Fjeldahl

and Pietsch attended the March 10,

2021 Highway Committee meeting.

No final action was taken.

At 10:32 AM with no further busi-

ness, the meeting was adjourned.

(April 9, 2021)

NOTICE OF SALE

Civil No. 51-2018-CV-685

Notice is hereby given that by virtue

of an Order for Foreclosure and

Sheriff’s sale by the District Court of

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 October 14,

2020, in an action wherein Gamma

Real Estate Capital LLC was Plain-

tiff and Nathan Smith Holdings, LLC,

Nathan Smith, and 55th Holdings,

LLC; and any person in possession

were Defendants, in favor of Plaintiff

and against the Defendants for the

sum of Eighteen Million, Nine Hun-

dred Ninety Six, One Hundred

Twenty Nine dollars and 81/100

($18,996,129.81), which order,

among other things, direct the sale

by me of the real property

hereinafter described, to satisfy the

amount of said judgment, with in-

terest thereon and the costs and ex-

penses of such sale, or so much

thereof as the proceeds of said sale

will satisfy; and by virtue of a writ is-

sued to me out of the office of the

Clerk of said Court, I, Robert Roed,

Sheriff of Ward County, North Dako-

ta, 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 City of

Minot in the County of Ward and

State of North Dakota, on May 12,

2021, at the hour of 10:00 A.M.

(Central Time), to satisfy the amount

due, with interest thereon, and the

costs and expenses 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 on Exhibit A:

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have

hereunto set my hand and seal this

26th day of March, 2021.

For: Robert Roed, Sheriff

of Ward County, North Dakota

/s/ Jamie Williams

Jamie Williams, Deputy

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

County of Ward

On this 26th day of March, 2021, be-

fore me, a Notary Public in and for

said County and State, personally

appeared Jamie Williams, known to

me to be the person who is

described in, and whose name is

subscribed to this instrument.

/s/Kimberly A. Ohlhauser

Kimberly A. Ohlhauser,

Notary Public

Ward County, North Dakota

My Commission expires: June 14,

2022

Cooperative Legal Services PLLC

2272 8th Street West

Dickinson, ND 58601

Attorneys for Plaintiff

Exhibit A-1

LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 16A,

16B, 17A, 17B, 18B, AND 19A,

Block 1; Lots 10A, 10B, 11A, AND

11B, Block 2; All in 55th Crossing

3rd Addition to the City of Minot,

Ward County, North Dakota

AND

Lots 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, 6A, 6B,

7A AND 7B, Block 4; Lots 1b and

2B, Block 5; Lots 13A and 13B,

Block 6; Lots 8A, 8B, 9A, 9B, 10A,

10B, 11A AND 11B, Block 7; All in

55th Crossing 5th Addition to the

City of Minot, Ward County, North

Dakota.

Exhibit A-2

LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 1A,

1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B,

6A, 6B, 7A, 7B, 8A, 8B, 9A, 9B,

10A, 10B, 11A, 11B, BLOCK 7;

LOTS 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A,

4B, 5A, 5B, 6A, 6B, 7A, 7B, 8A, 8B,

9A, 9B, 10A, 10B, BLOCK 8; LOTS

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,

BLOCK 11; LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

8, 9, 10, 11, 12, BLOCK 12; LOTS1,

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, BLOCK 13;

LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,

12, 13, BLOCK 14; LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4,

5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,

16, BLOCK 15; LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,

7, 8, 9, 10, BLOCK 16; LOTS 1, 2, 3,

4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, BLOCK

17; LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10,

11, 12, BLOCK 18; LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4,

5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, BLOCK 19;

LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,

12, BLOCK 20; LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,

7, 8, 9, 10, BLOCK 21; LOTS 1A,

1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B,

6A, 6B, 7A, 7B, 8A, 8B, 9A, 9B,

10A, 10B, 11A, 11B, 12A, 12B, 13A,

13B, 14A, 14B, 15A, 15B, 16A, 16B,

17A, 17B, 18A, 18B, 19A, 19B,

BLOCK 22; LOTS 14, 15, 16, 17, 18,

19, 20, 21, 22, 23, BLOCK 23; LOTS

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14,

15, BLOCK 24; All in 55th Crossing

Addition to the City of Minot, Ward

County, North Dakota

AND

Blocks 2, 5, 6, 7, 10, All in 55th

Crossing 2nd Addition to the City of

Minot, Ward County, North Dakota

AND

Lots 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, 6A, 6B, 7A, 7B,

8A, 8B, 9A, 9B, 10A, 10B, 11A, 11B,

12A, 12B, 13A, 13B, 14A, 14B, 15A,

15B, BLOCK 1; LOTS 5A, 5B, 6A,

6B, 7A, 7B, 8A, 8B, 9A, 9B, BLOCK

2; All in 55th Crossing 3rd Addition

to the City of Minot, Ward County,

North Dakota

AND

LOTS 1 AND 2, BLOCK 1; LOTS

1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B,

6A, 6B, 7A, 7B, BLOCK 2; LOTS 1,

2, 3, BLOCK 3; LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,

6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,

17, 18, 19, 20, 21, BLOCK 4; LOT 1,

BLOCK 5; LOTS 1, 3, BLOCK 6;

LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, BLOCK 7; LOTS

1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A,

5B, 6A, 6B, 7A, 7B, 8A, 8B, 9A, 9B,

10A, 10B, 11A, 11B, 12A, 12B, 13A,

13B, 14A, 14B, BLOCK 8; LOTS 1,

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13,

14, BLOCK 9; LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,

7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, BLOCK

10; LOTS 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B,

4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, 6A, 6B, 7A, 7B, 8A,

8B, 9A, 9B, 10A, 10B, 11A, 11B,

12A, 12B, 13A, 13B, 14A, 14B,

BLOCK 11; LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,

8, 9, BLOCK 12; LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,

6, 7, 8, BLOCK 13; LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4,

5, 6, BLOCK 14; All in 55th Cross-

ing 4th Addition to the City of Minot,

Ward County, North Dakota

AND

LOTS 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A,

4B, 5A, 5B, BLOCK 1; LOTS 1A,

1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B,

6A, 6B, 7A, 7B, 8A, 8B, 9A, 9B,

10A, 10B, 11A, 11B, 12A, 12B, 13A,

13B, 14A, 14B, 15A, 15B, 16A, 16B,

17A, 17B, 18A, 18B, 19A, 19B, 20A,

20B, 21A, 21B, 22A, 22B, 23A, 23B,

24A, 24B, 25A, 25B, 26A, 26B, 27A,

27B, 28A, 28B, 29A, 29B, 30A, 30B,

31A, 31B, 32A, 32B, 33A, 33B, 34A,

34B, BLOCK 2; LOTS 1A, 1B, 2A,

2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, 6A, 6B,

7A, 7B, 8A, 8B, 9A, 9B, 10A, 10B,

11A, 11B, 12A, 12B, 13A, 13B, 14A,

14B, 15A, 15B, 16A, 16B, 17A, 17B,

18A, 18B, 19A, 19B, 20, BLOCK 3;

LOTS 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 8A, 8B, 9A,

9B, 10A, 10B, 11A, 11B, 12A, 12B,

13A, 13B, 14A, 14B, BLOCK 4;

LOTS 8A, 8B, 9A, 9B, 10A, 10B,

11A, 11B, 12A, 12B, 13A, 13B, 14A,

14B, BLOCK 5; LOTS 1A, 1B, 2A,

2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, 6A, 6B,

7A, 7B, BLOCK 6; LOTS 1A, 1B,

2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, 6A,

6B, 7A, 7B, 12A, 12B, 13A, 13B,

14A, 14B, BLOCK 7; LOTS 1A, 1B,

2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, 6A,

6B, 7A, 7B, 8A, 8B, 9A, 9B, 10A,

10B, 11A, 11B, 12A, 12B, 13A, 13B,

14A, 14B, BLOCK 8; LOTS 1A, 1B,

2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B, 6A,

6B, 7A, 7B, 8A, 8B, 9A, 9B, 10A,

10B, 11A, 11B, 12A, 12B, 13A, 13B,

14A, 14B,BLOCK 9; All in 55th

Crossing 5th Addition to the City of

Minot, Ward County North Dakota

AND

LOTS 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A,

5B, 6A, 6B, 7A, 7B, 8A, 8B, 9A, 9B,

10A, 10B, 11A, 11B, 12A, 12B, 13A,

13B, 14A, 14B, 15A, 15B, 16, 17,

18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, All

in 55th Crossing 7th Addition to the

City of Minot, Ward County, North

Dakota

AND

LOT 2, 55th Crossing 8th Addition to

the City of Minot, Ward County,

North Dakota

AND

Outlots 37, 38, 39, and 40, Section

28, Township 155 North, Range 82

West of the 5th P.M., Ward County,

North Dakota

(April 2-9-16, 2021)

N O T I C E T O B I D D E R S

The City Clerk of the City of Minot

will receive sealed bids at her office

at City Hall until 11:00 a.m. on Tues-

day, April 27, 2021 for furnishing the

Minot International Airport the follow-

ing:

One (1) Skid Steer Loader with

Accessories

Specifications and general instruc-

tions to bidders are available at the

Airport Administration Office located

at 305 Airport Road, on the City of

Minot webpage www.minotnd.org

under City Clerk department, or by

calling 701-857-4725.

The bid envelope shall be plainly

marked:

“Bid for One (1) Skid Steer

Loader with Accessories – Minot

International Airport”

The City Council of the 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 bid must be

accompanied by a bidder’s bond, a

certified check, or a cashier’s check

in the amount of five percent (5%) of

the bid and must be in a separate

envelope marked “bid bond” and at-

tached to the outsideof the bid.

Bidders are invited to be present at

the City Clerk office, 515 2nd Ave.

SW for the opening of bids.

Kelly Matalka

City Clerk

(April 2-9-16, 2021)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

51-2021-PR-0052

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

WARD COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE

OF ARLENE J. CHRISTENSON,

DECEASED.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the undersigned has been appointed

Personal Representative of the

above estate. All persons having

claims against the deceased are re-

quired 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 be presented to Nancy

J. Christenson, in care of Thomas

Law Firm, 114 South Main Street,

P.O. Box 2298, Minot, North Dakota

58702, or filed with the Court.

/s/Nancy J. Christenson

Nancy J. Christenson

c/o THOMAS LAW FIRM

114 South Main Street

P.O. Box 2298

Minot, North Dakota 58702

(March 26; April 2-9, 2021)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Probate No. 51-2021-PR-00058

IN DISTRICT COURT, NORTH

CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT,

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD

In the Matter of the Estate of

Joanne D. Hoyt, deceased.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the undersigned have been appoint-

ed Co-Personal Representatives of

the above estate. All persons hav-

ing claims against the said de-

ceased 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 Terry Hoyt and Gayle

Hoyt, Co – Personal Representa-

tives, whose addresses are listed

below or filed with the above-entitled

Court at Minot, ND 58701.

Dated this 18th day of March, 2021.

/s/ Terry Hoyt

930 Feather Ridge

Cheyenne, WY 82009

Co-Personal Representative

/s/ Gayle Hoyt

2150 Lucas Creek Drive

Lucas, TX 75002

Co-Personal Representative

David M. Crane

Crane & Merriman, PC

PO Box 99

Mott, ND 58646

Attorney for Co-Personal Represen-

tatives

(March 26; April 2-9, 2021)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Probate No. 51-2021-PR-00056

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

WARD COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Estate of Debbie

Senechal, 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 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 Steve Senechal, per-

sonal representative of the estate, at

2525 Elk Drive, PO Box 1000,

Minot, ND 58702-1000, or filed with

the Court.

Dated this 23rd day of March, 2021.

/s/ Steve Senechal

Steve Senechal

Personal Representative

Ashleigh B. Enrsud (ID# 07174)

Pringle & Herigstad, P.C.

2525 Elk Drive

PO Box 1000

Minot, ND 58702-1000

Attorneys for: Personal Representa-

tive

(March 26; April 2-9, 2021)

SUMMONS

Case No. 51-2021-DM-00188

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD, IN DISTRICT

COURT, NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

State of North Dakota,

Plaintiff,

v.

Megan Darlene Overlie,

Defendant.

The State of North Dakota to Megan

Darlene Overlie:

You are summoned and required to

defend against the Complaint by

serving an Answer, which is a writ-

ten response, on the State of North

Dakota within 21 days after service

of this Summons and by also filing

that Answer with the court. If you do

not serve and file an Answer, the

court can grant the requests made in

the Complaint by ordering that a de-

fault judgment be entered against

you.

Dated this 3rd day of November,

2020.

/s/Tina M. Heinrich

Tina M. Heinrich

Special Assistant Attorney General

Bar I.D. Number: 04088

1015 S. Broadway Suite 18, Minot,

ND 58701

1-800-231-4255; minotcse@nd.gov

Attorney for Child Support

(April 9-16-23, 2021)

SUMMONS

Civil No. 51-2021-CV-00479

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD, IN DISTRICT

COURT, NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

ProCollect Services, LLC,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Amanda and Rudy Bosque,

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 March 22, 2021.

/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

(March 26; April 2-9, 2021)

SUMMONS

Civil No. 51-2021-CV-00481

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD, IN DISTRICT

COURT, NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

ProCollect Services, LLC,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Halie and Franco Goicochea,

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 March 22, 2021.

/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

(March 26; April 2-9, 2021)

SUMMONS

Civil No. 51-2021-CV-00489

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD, IN DISTRICT

COURT, NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

ProCollect Services, LLC,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Dylan Dawson,

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 March 23, 2021.

/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

(March 26; April 2-9, 2021)

SUMMONS

Civil No. 51-2021-CV-00490

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD, IN DISTRICT

COURT, NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

ProCollect Services, LLC,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Jason A. Filkins,

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 March 23, 2021.

/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

(March 26; April 2-9, 2021)

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