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Legal Notices 6-11

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

City of Burlington, North Dakota

Park Road Bank Stabilization

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the City of Burlington, North Dakota

will receive sealed Bids for the con-

struction of PARK ROAD BANK

STABILIZATION, at Burlington City

Hall, 225 Wallace Street, PO Box

159, Burlington, ND 58722, until

11:00 AM Friday July 2, 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 & Project Manual for

this project;

2. Any Special Conditions for this

project;

3. The 2019 City of Minot Standard

Specifications and Details.

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 #7885682 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

Park Road Bank Stabilization Pro-

ject consists of the materials, labor,

tools, and equipment required for

clearing and grubbing, topsoil strip-

ping, excavation and embankment

work, rip rap installation, guardrail,

and other incidentals as identified in

the Plans and Specifications. Details

of the construction are included in

the Drawings, Project Manual, and

the 2019 City of Minot Standard

Specifications and Details.

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.

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 30 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 Burlington Park Road

Bank Stabilization”

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 October 15, 2021. All work

shall be completed and ready for fi-

nal payment in accordance with the

General Conditions by October 30,

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 Council of the

City of Burlington, North Dakota.

Dated this 7th day of June, 2021.

Jeanine Kabanuk, Mayor

(June 11-18-25, 2021)

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

PROJECT:

Park South Townhomes

Minot, North Dakota

OWNER:

Essential Living, LLC

400 10th St SE

Minot, North Dakota 58701

SEPARATE SEALED BIDS FOR

THE FOLLOWING BID GROUP

PACKAGES OF CONSTRUCTION

WORK FOR THE PROJECT

NAMED ABOVE WILL BE RE-

CEIVED BY ESSENTIAL LIVING,

LLC UNTIL THURSDAY, JUNE 17,

2021 AT 2:00PM LOCAL TIME AT

THE OFFICE AT 400 10TH

STREET SE, MINOT, ND.

Bid Packages:

6A Prefab Components Supply

6D Finish Carpentry

The Completion Date is March

2022. In no case will the deadline for

project completion be extended.

The Information to Bidders, Form of

Bid, Form of Contract, Form of Bid

Bond, and Form of Performance-

Payment Bond, Drawings, Specifica-

tions, and other contract documents

may be examined at the following

places: EAPC Architects Engineers,

the Builders Exchanges of Fargo-

Moorhead, Minot or Bismarck, North

Dakota; Aberdeen, South Dakota;

Minneapolis, St. Cloud, FW Dodge/

McGraw Hill Plan Room, or Min-

neapolis Builders Exchange, Min-

nesota.

PDF copies of the Construction Do-

cuments may be obtained through

EAPC Architects Engineers, located

at 300 3rd Ave SW, Suite A, Minot,

ND, phone # (701) 839-4547.

The Owner reserves the right to

waive any informality or to reject any

or all bids.

Each bid shall be accompanied by a

separate envelope containing a

bidders bond in a sum equal to five

percent (5%) of the full amount of

the bid, executed by the bidder as

principal and by a surety company

authorized to do business in this

state, conditioned that if the princi-

pal’s bid be accepted and the con-

tract awarded to the principal, within

ten days after notice of award, the

principal will execute and effect a

contract in accordance with the

terms of the bid and a contractors

bond as required by law the regula-

tions and determinations of the

governing board.

All bidders must be licensed for the

highest amount of their bids, as ap-

proved by Section 43-07-05 of the

North Dakota Century Code. A copy

of the bidder’s contractor license

must be included in the bid bond en-

velope.

No bid will be read or considered

which does not fully comply with the

above provisions as to bond and

licenses, and any deficient bid sub-

mitted will be resealed and returned

to the bidder immediately.

By: Blake Nybakken, Essential Liv-

ing, LLC

(May 28; June 4-11, 2021)

CALL FOR BIDS

The School Board of the Maddock

School District #9 of Maddock, North

Dakota, will accept sealed bids for

OTS coal and hauling, preferably

Wyoming coal; for the 2021-2022

school term. Tonnage per trip is ap-

proximately 35 tons, with average of

8 trips per year, estimated 1 trip per

month in the winter. Questions may

be directed to Jack Lang at

701-438-2531. Sealed bids are to be

mailed to Shannon Louder, Busi-

ness Manager, Maddock School

District #9, PO Box 398, Maddock,

ND 58348, on or before Thursday,

July 1, 2021. All properly received

bids will be forwarded to the School

Board for consideration at its next

regular meeting, July 8th, 2021. The

School Board reserves the right to

reject any or all bids.

(June 11-12-14-15-16, 2021)

Minot Public School District #1

Regular School Board Meeting

June 3, 2021

Members Present

Jim Rostad

Bonny Berryman

Mike Gessner

Laura Mihalick

Miranda Schuler

Members Absent

The Regular Board Meeting was

called to order by President Rostad

at 4:01 P.M.

Assistant Superintendents Tracey

Lawson and Kim Slotsve gave the

board reports on the MPS expanded

summer school. Lawson reported

that in a normal year, MPS elemen-

tary summer school program pro-

vides remedial math and reading to

approximately 100 students in

grades K-5 with 9 teachers in one

school and a summer program for

English Learners. This year, the

Department of Public Instruction re-

moved the remedial requirement for

summer school in order to promote

summer school for all students and

MPS will be serving 290 students at

four sites (Longfellow, North Plains,

Sunnyside, and Washington) with 28

teachers. The summer program for

English Learners at Hoeven Ele-

mentary has approximately 35 stu-

dents enrolled with 3 teachers.

Breakfast and lunch will be served at

all summer school sites. The sum-

mer program will operate from June

7-25. Slotsve reported that 370 stu-

dents enrolled in high school sum-

mer courses (an increase of 150

from last year) and 254 students en-

rolled in middle school summer

courses (an increase of 100 stu-

dents from last year).

MPS Nutrition Services Director, Ivy

Thorson, reported to the board on

the summer school nutrition pro-

gram. Thorson noted that last sum-

mer USDA guidelines allowed MPS

to serve over 108,000 free,

non-congregate grab & go meals to

the community. This year with sum-

mer school expanding we are able

to also expand our Summer Food

Service Program. Following USDA

guidelines and waivers we are able

serve congregate meals as well as

non-congregate meals. We will offer

breakfast and hot lunch at: Washing-

ton Elementary, Perkett Elementary,

Sunnyside Elementary, Longfellow

Elementary, John Hoeven Elemen-

tary, North Plains Elementary on the

MAFB, Jim Hill Middle School and

Magic City Campus High School.

We will be delivering meals daily

from MCC for the students enrolled

at Central Campus. MPS will offer

breakfast and lunch at Lewis and

Clark for the Extended School Year

Special Education program on Tues-

day, Wednesday and Thursday.

Students or guardians can pick up

Grab & Go meals from Washington

Elementary, which will include a

breakfast and lunch. After June 25th

we will continue meal service at

Washington, Perkett and Sunnyside

Elementary Schools through August

13th. Along with our Summer School

Students anyone 18 and younger in

the community can walk-in to our

summer sites and receive a free

breakfast and/or lunch to eat inside.

Breakfast is served from 8:30-9:30

and lunch from 11:30-12:30. Sum-

mer Food Program information is

available on our MPS website.

Moved by Schuler, seconded by

Gessner, to approve the Consent

Agenda to include the May 6, 2021

Regular and May 17, 2021 Special

Board Meetings’ minutes and the

Financial Reports to include the May

Accounts Payable in the amount of

$1,431,680.30.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Schuler, seconded by

Berryman, to approve a letter of

resignation from Jason Block effec-

tive the end of the 2020-2021 school

year.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Mihalick, seconded by

Gessner, to approve a letter of resig-

nation from Katherine Folden effec-

tive the end of the 2020-2021 school

year.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Gessner, seconded by

Berryman, to approve a letter of

resignation from Brian Holen effec-

tive the end of the 2020-2021 school

year.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Mihalick, seconded by

Schuler, to approve a letter of resig-

nation from McKenzie Kranz effec-

tive the end of the 2020-2021 school

year.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Mihalick, seconded by

Gessner, to approve a letter of resig-

nation from Theresa Osteroos effec-

tive the end of the 2020-2021 school

year.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Schuler, seconded by

Mihalick, to approve a letter of resig-

nation from James Owens effective

the end of the 2020-2021 school

year.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Mihalick, seconded by

Gessner, to approve a letter of resig-

nation from Rebecca Ralbovsky ef-

fective the end of the 2020-2021

school year.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Schuler, seconded by

Gessner, to approve a letter of resig-

nation from Emily Stephens effective

the end of the 2020-2021 school

year.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Mihalick, seconded by

Schuler, to approve a letter of resig-

nation from Tara Troxel effective the

end of the 2020-2021 school year.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Schuler, seconded by

Mihalick, to approve a letter of resig-

nation from Tina Webb effective the

end of the 2020-2021 school year.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Gessner, seconded by

Mihalick, to approve a letter of resig-

nation from Catherine Woodiwiss ef-

fective the end of the 2020-2021

school year.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Gessner, seconded by

Berryman, to approve 2021-2022

New Teacher Report #3.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Gessner, seconded by

Mihalick, to ratify the negotiated

agreement between the Minot

School Board and the Minot Ad-

ministrator Association contingent

upon MAA ratification. The tentative

agreement is a two-year contract

with a $710 increase (.95%) to the

base salary in 2021-2022 and a

$710 increase (.94%) to the base in

2022-2023, a Covid Retention Pay

of 4% in 2021-2022 and 3% in

2022-2023 and minor language

changes.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Business Manager Scott Moum re-

ported to the board that all other em-

ployee groups not covered by one of

the negotiated agreement would be

receiving similar increases and re-

tention pay.

Superintendent Dr. Mark Vollmer re-

quested the board approve a revised

2021-2022 MPS Professional Learn-

ing schedule including early release

days. Moved by Gessner, seconded

by Schuler, to approve the PD Early

Release Days schedule as present-

ed.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

Moved by Berryman, seconded by

Gessner, to approve the 2021-2022

Adult Education Grant as presented

by ALC Director Jennifer Kraft.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

MPS Attorney Peter Hankla re-

viewed an Offer to Purchase and an

Addendum of the Offer to Purchase

for approximately 34 acres of land

directly north of the Cognizant Build-

ing (legal description: ING Addition

Lot 1 Block 2 & 3 NW). The Minot

Public School Offer to Purchase the

land from Voya Services Company

(ReliaStar Life Ins. Co.) was for

$750,000 and the addendum at-

tached to the offer to purchase in-

cluded a $150,000 donation from

ReliaStar to MPS. The purchase

and donation will be simultaneous

transactions. Moved by Gessner,

seconded by Mihalick, to approve

the Offer to Purchase and the Ad-

dendum of the Offer to Purchase as

presented.

Roll Call: All members voted “Yes.”

The next regular school board meet-

ing is scheduled for July 22, 2021 at

4:00 p.m.

The Regular Meeting adjourned at

4:42 P.M.

Scott Moum, Business Manager

Jim Rostad, President

These minutes are not approved un-

til the next regular board meeting.

The bills list can be found on this

link: https://drive.google.com/drive

/folders/1s85vhLg-9krx4bVIZpuy_ttk

eIVFMcWv?usp=sharing

(June 11, 2021)

NOTICE OF PETITION FOR NAME

CHANGE

IN DISTRICT COURT, WARD

COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Petition for

Name Change of Shalom Abigail

Baer.

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Peti-

tion in the above-entitled matter will

be filed with the Clerk of District

Court for Ward County, North Dako-

ta, requesting an Order changing the

name of Shalom Abigail Baer

(current full, legal name) to Shalom

Abigail Baer Gee (requested full, le-

gal name).

Pursuant to N.D.C.C. 32-28-02, thir-

ty days previous notice of the in-

tended application must be given in

the official newspaper printed in this

county. You are hereby notified that

thirty days after publication, peti-

tioner intends to file a petition re-

questing entry of the Court’s Order

changing the name of Shalom Abi-

gail Baer (current full, legal name) to

Shalom Abigail Baer Gee (requested

full, legal name). Any objection to

granting this name change must be

given in writing to the address listed

below within 30 days of the date of

this publication. The written objec-

tion must also be filed with the

Court. If no objections are given, the

Court may respond to the Petition

without further hearing.

Dated this 5th day of June, 2021.

/s/ Shalom Abigail Baer

Shalom Abigail Baer

201 36th Ave. NE Apt. 306

Minot, ND 58703

(June 11, 2021)

NOTICE OF SALE

United States v. Darrell W. Schiff, et

al., Case No. 1:21-cv-00023. Notice

is hereby given that by virtue of a

Judgment entered and given in the

United States District Court for the

District of North Dakota, on May 3,

2021, in favor of the United States of

America, as plaintiff, and against

Darrell W. Schiff, et al., as Defen-

dants, it has been adjudged that

there is due and owing to plaintiff by

Defendant Darrell W. Schiff, princi-

pal in the amount of $221,916.47

and interest through April 1, 2021, of

$38,450.16, with interest accruing

thereafter until the date of judgment

at the daily rate of $22.306, together

with costs and disbursements of this

action in the amount of $400.00

making a total of $260,766.63, with

interest accruing after entry of judg-

ment at the legal rate until paid in

full.

The United States Marshal received

a copy of the Judgment, duly certi-

fied by the Clerk of said Court, which

directs the United States Marshal to

sell the mortgaged property

described in the Judgment at public

auction to the highest and best

bidder for cash on the date of the

sale and all the right, title and in-

terest of the defendant in the proper-

ty described in the aforementioned

Judgment (and as described below)

subject to all outstanding liens and

mortgages, assignments on record,

known and unknown. The purchaser

of the property may be liable for out-

standing mortgages, liens, and as-

signments.

The plaintiff has a paramount lien on

the following-described real estate

situated in the County of Ward,

State of North Dakota, which will be

sold by the United States Marshal:

Lot 10 and the S1/2 of Lot 11, Block

1, Original Townsite of the City of

Berthold, Ward County, North Dako-

ta

The sale will be held on July 13,

2021, at the front door of the Ward

County Courthouse, Minot, North

Dakota at 11:00 A.M. (Central

Time). Any individual interested in

obtaining the amount that will be bid

at the sale by United States Depart-

ment of Agriculture, Centralized Ser-

vice Center, Rural Development

should contact that office at (800)

349-5097. Personal checks will

not be accepted. Payment must

be in the form of a cashier’s

check or money order available

within two hours after the sale. If

the United States is compelled to

reschedule the sale because the

highest bidder cannot pay the bid

price in the manner and time re-

quired, said bidder will be liable

for the costs of resale.

Dated: June 1, 2021.

Dallas Carlson, United States

Marshal for the District of North

Dakota.

(June 11-18-25; July 2, 2021)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Probate No. 51-2021-PR-00092

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

WARD COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

In the Matter of the Estate of Robert

D. Sivertson, Deceased.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the undersigned was appointed per-

sonal representative of the above

estate in the Superior Court of Mari-

copa County, in and for the State of

Arizona and was granted the powers

of a local personal representative in

the State of North Dakota. All per-

sons having claims against the said

deceased are required to present

their claims within three months after

the date of the first publication or

mailing of this notice or said claims

will be forever barred. Claims must

either be presented to Nancy Os-

borne, personal representative of the

estate at c/o Law Office of Diane K.

Lautt, PLLC, PO Box 1945, Minot,

North Dakota 58702-1945, or filed

with the Court.

Dated this 29th day of May, 2021.

/s/Nancy Osborne

Nancy Osborne

25653 S. Brentwood Drive

Sun Lakes, AZ 85248

LAW OFFICE OF DIANE K. LAUTT,

PLLC

/s/ Diane K. Lautt

Diane K. Lautt (ID 07243)

Attorney for Personal Representa-

tive

PO Box 1945

Minot, ND 58702-1945

701-852-3060

diane@lauttlaw.com

(June 4-11-18, 2021)

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Probate No. 51-2021-PR-00095

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF

WARD COUNTY, STATE OF

NORTH DAKOTA

IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE

OF KEVIN G. MOHAGEN,

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 required to present their claims

within three months after the date of

the first publication or mailing of this

notice or said claims will be forever

barred. Claims must either be

presented to CLAYTON

MOHAGEN, Personal Representa-

tive of the estate, at the office of Ni-

cholas B. Hall, Attorney at Law, 710

Hill Avenue, P.O. Box 610, Grafton,

ND 58237, or filed with the Court.

DATED this 7th day of June, 2021.

/s/Clayton Mohagen

CLAYTON MOHAGEN,

Personal Representative of the

Estate of Kevin G. Mohagen, De-

ceased

NICHOLAS B. HALL (ND #03223)

nhall@hallcurrie.com

HALL CURRIE LAWYERS, LTD.

710 HILL AVENUE – P.O. BOX 610

GRAFTON, ND 58237

TELEPHONE: (701)352-2810

FAX: (701) 352-1550

Attorney(s) for: Personal Represen-

tative

(June 11-18-25, 2021)

Request for Bid

The Fort Berthold Housing Authority

is requesting bids for 21 foundations

to be built on the Fort Berthold Indi-

an Reservation. Bids will include

demolish old house, removal of

waste, excavation, stub in new water

and sewer, forms, footings, poured

footing wall, rebar, sealing, insula-

tion, drain tile, sump pit, sill plate

and backfill. Deadline for the bids

will be July 2, 2021. For more de-

tailed information please contact

FBHA.

Contact: Brock Jacobson

Cell: 701-421-6414

Office: 701-627-4731 EXT. 228

Email: bjacobson@fbha.org

Contact: Coby Rabbithead

Cell: 701-421-1112

Office: 701-627-4731 Ext. 246

Email: coby@fbha.org

FBHA has the right to reject any and

all proposals and/or solicitations

(June 7-8-9-10-11-12-14-15-16-17-

18-19-21-22-23-24-25-26-28-29-30;

July 1-2, 2021)

Request for Proposal

The Fort Berthold Housing Authority

is requesting for 2 and 3 bedroom

modular homes to replace 21 homes

on the Fort Berthold Indian Reser-

vation. Homes will be approximately

1200-1600 Square Feet. Proposals

should not include foundations. Pro-

posals will be for a turn-key home in-

cluding, all stitching and seaming of

exterior and interior, all HVAC,

plumbing and electrical except for

electrical, water, and sewer connec-

tion. No proposals for manufactured

homes or homes built on metal

I-beams will be considered. Dead-

line for proposals will be July 2,

2021. For more detailed information

please contact FBHA.

Contact: Brock Jacobson

Cell: 701-421-6414

Office: 701-627-4731 EXT. 228

Email: bjacobson@fbha.org

Contact: Coby Rabbithead

Cell: 701-421-1112

Office: 701-627-4731 Ext. 246

Email: coby@fbha.org

FBHA has the right to reject any and

all proposals and/or solicitations

(June 7-8-9-10-11-12-14-15-16-17-

18-19-21-22-23-24-25-26-28-29-30;

July 1-2, 2021)

SUMMONS

Civil No. 51-2021-CV-00917

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,

COUNTY OF WARD, IN DISTRICT

COURT, NORTH CENTRAL

JUDICIAL DISTRICT

ProCollect Services, LLC,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Joshua M. English,

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 June 8, 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

(June 11-18-25, 2021)

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