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Legal Notices 5-11

Minot Park District Call for Bids

Bid – Golf Course Restrooms

Notice is hereby given that sealed

bids will be received by Jarrod A. Ol-

son, Director of Operations, at the

Minot Park District Office, 420 3rd

Ave SW, PO Box 538, Minot, ND

58702, until 2pm May 13th, 2021 at

which times bids will be opened and

read for furnishing to the Board of

Park Commissioners.

Envelope containing the bid shall be

plainly marked on the outside – “Bid

-On Course Double Flush Rest-

room”

Copies of Specifications may be ob-

tained from the Park District Office

at above address or at

www.minotparks.com

The Board of Park Commissioners

reserves the right to reject any and

all bids, waive any irregularities

therein, and to award the contract as

they deem to be the best interest of

the Minot Park District.

Bidders are invited to be present at

the above -mentioned time and

place for the opening of the bids.

Bids will be presented to the Minot

Park Board on May 18th at 6:30pm.

Jarrod A. Olson

Director of Operations

Minot Park District

jarrod@minotparks.com

(701) 857-4136 Office

(701) 833-7021 Cell

(April 27; May 4-11, 2021)

Minot Park District Call for Bids

Bid – Horticulture Generator

Notice is hereby given that sealed

bids will be received by Jarrod A. Ol-

son, Director of Operations, at the

Minot Park District Office, 420 3rd

Ave SW, PO Box 538, Minot, ND

58702, until 2pm May 13th, 2021 at

which times bids will be opened and

read for furnishing to the Board of

Park Commissioners.

Envelope containing the bid shall be

plainly marked on the outside – “Bid

-Horticulture Generator”

Copies of Specifications may be ob-

tained from the Park District Office

at above address or at

www.minotparks.com

The Board of Park Commissioners

reserves the right to reject any and

all bids, waive any irregularities

therein, and to award the contract as

they deem to be the best interest of

the Minot Park District.

Bidders are invited to be present at

the above -mentioned time and

place for the opening of the bids.

Bids will be presented to the Minot

Park Board on May 18th at 6:30pm.

Technical Questions Contact

-Prairie Engineering, P.C.

Thomas Keeling (701) 852-6363

*Project will be coordinated with

Shannon Paul-Horticulturalist

Jarrod A. Olson

Director of Operations

Minot Park District

jarrod@minotparks.com

(701) 857-4136 Office

(701) 833-7021 Cell

(April 27; May 4-11, 2021)

Surrey City Council Regular Mtg

5/3/2021

Mayor: C Tollefson

Council Members: S Fennewald, T

Gantzer , J Johns, & B Dickinson

City Attorney: A Schultz

City Auditor: A Trana

City Clerk: T Beck

Also Present: Chief Howe, J Doyle

Public: K Walsh and other residents

Mayor Tollefson called the meeting

to order at 6:59 p.m. with recital of

the Pledge of Allegiance and roll call

taken. Johns/Dickson MSP to ap-

prove the April Regular, Equalization

and the two Special meeting minute

sets with no revisions needed.

Chief Howe reported that a commit-

tee met to interview and hire re-

placement for officer Kircher with all

candidates being excellent appli-

cants. Johns/Gantzer to offer the

open police officer position to Antho-

ny Hill starting him at $24 an hour

with a 48 cent raise increase once

his training is completed. Gantzer/

Johns to offer the open police officer

position to William DeNavio as a

secondary choice at the same pay

rate scale in the case Mr. Hill de-

clined. Dickinson/Gantzer MSP to

approve the April payroll, financial

reports, and vouchers to be paid.

Mayor Tollefson made an an-

nouncement that going forward all

public appearance requests will re-

quire a reason or explanation behind

having the item be added to the

agenda. Ms. Johns suggested that

the agenda have a noon deadline

set for the Thursday before each

regular meeting with all members

agreeing. Dickinson/Johns MSP to

approve the Olson Etail Building

permit as submitted. Roll Call Vote:

Mr. Dickinson-Aye, Ms. Johns-Aye,

Mr. Fennewald-Nye, Ms. Gantzer-

abstained with not having been in-

volved in the history of the topic.

Motion carried. Organization of the

board was opened for discussion

since member resignation occurred

leaving open council roles undeter-

mined including acting President

which brought concern that a meet-

ing would not be able to be conduct-

ed in the absence of the Mayor.

Gantzer/Fennewald MSP to appoint

Mr. Fennewald as acting board

President. Mr. Fennewald declined

the position nomination. Mr. Dickin-

son moved to appoint Ms. Johns as

acting board president and Mr. Fen-

newald acting board Vice President.

Mr. Fennewald again declined the

position nomination and suggested it

wait until the seats are filled by

July’s Special Election. Johns / Dic-

kinson MSP to appoint Ms. Gantzer

as acting board President. The au-

ditor noted that there have not been

any Petitions of Nominations turned

into the City Hall for candidates to

be listed on the ballot for the upcom-

ing Special Election. The External

Auditor was conferenced into the

meeting to give an update of Sounds

CPA’s findings to date and progress

on both past and current bank

versus accounting reconciliations.

Attorney Schultz advised the

members that further public discus-

sion regarding the finance offset be

discussed during Executive Session.

Johns/Dickinson MSP to table the

topic of reconciling the City finan-

cials. Johns/Dickinson MSP to ap-

prove the 1st reading of Amendment

2021-01 to section 9.0102 Billing

Procedure of the City Ordinance. A

proposed amendment to Section

16.0804 Fireworks of the City Ordi-

nance to allow the discharge and

sale of fireworks within City Limits

was presented to the members for

consideration. All members agreed

with fire index being high that it may

be an item that could be added onto

the ballot for the next regular elec-

tion. Fennewald/Gantzer MSP that

a replacement motor for the crack

sealing machine be ordered through

Harbor Freight spending up to 1,000.

Johns/Gantzer MSP to approve ad-

ding 2 signs to make a 4 way stop

at 4th Ave SW, changing 4th Ave

SW and 4th ST SW from current

yield to stop to make the street con-

sistent for traffic flow, and 2 15 mph

signs along 2nd ST SE near the

school. Gantzer/Dickinson MSP to

adjourn. Meeting adjourned at 9:01

p.m.

Bills: First District Health-$50.00,

Ward County Auditor-$7,429.50, NW

Music & Sound- $8.95, NW Tire-

$31.49, Computech-$213.00, Ara-

mark-$132.29, Butler- $4,570.00,

American Welding- $463.95, Van

Deist- $41.90, McGee, Hankla &

Backes- $100.00, Circle Sanitation-

$5,918.90, A Trana- $153.50, Bre-

mer Bank- $156,856.48, MDU-

$218.79, Minot Daily- $387.60, Bat-

teries & Bulbs- $15.95, Core &

Mains- $254.33, Napa- $3.49, North-

ern Brake Svs- $14.75, L-Tron-

$46.35, A Olson- $18.70, Motorola-

$6,608.65, Gaffaney’s- $744.00,

AE2S- $1,055.00, SRT- $845.89,

Surrey Township- $1,392.50, Curb

to Curb- $3,500.00, NPRW-

$8,509.20, Sun Life- $4.10, Third

Watch- $8900.00, Verendrye-

$801.00, Spartan Firearms-

$500.00, Verizon- $333.05, Informa-

tion Tech- $771.40, Marco- $38.75,

Ottertail- $301.40, Black Mountain-

$525.00, Bremer Card Svs-

$1808.30, Cenex- $743.77, Gov Of-

fice- $570.00, Schocks- $11.97,

Worthington & Schultz- $6,171.80,

IRS- $12,595.54, BCBS- $3,346.50,

NDPERS- 5,493.50, FOP- $25.00,

Payroll- $32,715.67

(May 11, 2021)

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