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Page 16 The Star June 2, 2014 Legal Summons STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF ROLETTE IN SMALL CLAIMS COURT NORTHEAST JUDICIAL DISTRICT North Star Community Credit Union, a North Dakota Corporation, Plaintiff vs. ) Broadus Poitra, ) Defendant ) SUMMONS THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: To Defendant Broadus Poitra, you are hereby sum- moned and required to appear and defend against the complaint in this action, which is on file at the Rolette County Courthouse, by serving upon the undersigned an answer or other proper response within twenty-one (21) days after the service of summons upon you, ex- clusive 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. Dated April 28, 2014. Michael P. Hurly (N.D. ID#06355 TRAYNOR LAW FIRM, PC 509 5th St. N.E., Suite 1 P.O. Box 838 Devils Lake, North Dakota 58301-0838 Telephone: 701-662-4077 Emaih mikehudy@traynorlaw.com Attorneys for North Star Community Credit Union (May 19, 26 and June 2) Summons STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF ROLETTE IN DISTRICT COURT NORTHEAST JUDICIAL DISTRICT Charles Hall, ) Plaintiff ) ) SUMMONS ) CASE NO. vs. ) 40-2011-CV- ) 00095 ) Lexington E. Blue ) Defendant ) THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT(S): YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend against the complaint in this action which is herewith served upon you by serving upon the undersigned an Answer within twenty-one (21) days after the service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. It you fail to do so, judgement by de- fault will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated this 8th day of August 2011 Marnell W. Ringsak, #03609 Attorney for the Plaintiff 411 North 4th Street, Re. Box 2155 Bismarck, North Dakota 58502-2155 701-255-1344 (May 19, 26 and June 2) Notice to creditors NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DISTRICT COURT OF ROLETTE COUNTY, SLATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, NORTHEAST JUDI- CIAL DISTRICT, In the Matter of the Estate of LINDA LEE BURSINGER, deceased. Probate No. 40-2014-PR-00008 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal co-representatives of the above estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within three months after the date of the first publication or mailing of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Elaine Lange or Carol Schoening, co-personal representatives of the estate or filed with the Court. Dated this 20th day of May, 2014. Elaine Lange Personal Representative 9350 Hwy 30 Rolla, ND 58367 Carol Schoening Personal Representative 9410 53rd Ave. Perth, ND 58363 Arne E Boyum, Attorney at Law P.O. Box 908 Rolla, ND 58367 Attorney for Estate First publication on the 26th day of May, 2014. (May 26, June 2 and 9) Notice to creditors NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DISTRICT COURT OF ROLETTE COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, NORTHEAST JUDI- CIAL DISTRICT, In the Matter of the Estate of RAY- MOND J. HUDSON, deceased. Probate No. 40-2014-PR-00009 NOTICE TO CREDITORS 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 Doreen Hud- son, personal representative of the estate, at 150 N. Buf- falo Ave., Guthrie, OK 73044 or filed with the Court. Dated this 21st day of May, 2014. Doreen Hudson Personal Representative 150 North Buffalo Ave. Guthrie, OK 73044 Ame F Boyum, Attorney at Law P.O. Box 908 Rolta, ND 58367 Attorney for Estate First publicatidn on the 26th day of May, 2014. (May 26, June 2 end 9) Summons STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF ROLETFE IN DISTRICT COURT NORTHEAST JUDICIAL DISTRICT David Burcham ) and Karen Burcham, ) Plaintiff ) ) SUMMONS ) CASE NO. vs. ) 40-2014-CV- ) 00023 ) Nee M. Cote, Alma M. Cote, ) Veronica G. Azure, and all other ) persons known or unknown claiming) any estate or interest in or lien or ) encumbrance upon the property ) described in the complaint ) Defendant ) . TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT(S): YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED tO answer the complaint in this action and to serve a copy of your an- swer or other proper response upon the subscriber within twenty (20) days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgement will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. NOTICE OF NO PERSONAL CLAIM You and each of you, are hereby given notice that the relief sought in this action is wholly or partly in ex- cluding the above named defendants from any interest in or lien upon the following described real estate, and no personal claim is made against any of said defen- dants. The aforementioned real estate is described as follows, to-wit: Lots 10 and 12 of Block 21, in the Original Town- site of the City of Dunseith The complaint will be filed with the Clerk of District Court, Bottineau County, North Dakota. Dated this 27th day of March 2014 John R. Gregg, ID no. 03306 Attorney for the Plaintiffs P.O. Box 26 Bottineau, North Dakota 58318 701-871-8975 (June 2, 9 and 16) Rolla City Council ROLLA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MAY 21, 2014 UNOFFICIAL MINUTES At 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 21, 2014, the meeting of the Rolla City Council was called to order by Mayor Scott Mitchell. Council members present were AI- bertson, Bercier, Hominy, Lindseth, Sparrow and Vollmer. Also present were Public Works Director Dean Mar- tin&apos; Police Chief Hiatt; JDA Executive Director George Yeungerman; Jeremy Hogan; Ben Bucher; Maureen Munro; Bonnie Nadeau, of Kalix; and Laura Hendrick- son. Vollmer moved, Albertson seconded, to approve the minutes of the April 8 Board of Equalization meeting. All voted "yes". Motion carried. Albertsoe moved, Lindseth seconded, to approve the minutes of the April 8 and April 10 special city coun- cil meetings and April 16 council meeting. All voted "yes". Motion carried. Albertson moved, Vollmer seconded, to transfer $10,074.75 from Water Fund to Water Project Fund for warrant interest payment. All voted "yes". Motion car- ried. Albertson moved, Lindseth seconded, to approve the April financial report. All voted "yes". Motion carried. Albertson moved, Sparrow seconded, to approve the timesheets. All voted "yes". Motion carried. Reading of the Bills: BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA $1,500.00 YOUNGERMAMM, GEORGE $154.29 ARNE BOYUM TRUST ACCOU NT $18,920.00 US POSTAL SERVICE $165.84 SHARAYAH LAVALLIE $1,630.00 SUSAN HAN LAN $130.00 JOB SERVICE ND $6,770.60 TRAVIS CRISSLER $650.00 A-1 SEPTIC SERVICE $350.00 AFLAC $262.81 ALCO $169.56 ALLERY, COLT $80.00 AT&T MOBILITY $142.16 ATCO $479.50 AUTO VALUE BOTFINEAU $59.99 BANYON DATA SYSTEMS $295.00 BORDER STATES ELECTRIC $536.56 BRECK'S TRANSPORT $226.00 CAHILL HEATING & COOLING $156.31 CENEX FLEET CARD $2,379.84 COMPUTERS N STUFF $674.98 DACOTAH BANK $909.44 DACOTAH BANK $172.08 EDWARDS CONSTRUCTION $115.00 EDND $150.00 FARGO WATER EQUIPMENT $2,856.84 FIRST STATE INSURANCE $2,802.37 GALLS $357.85 GIBBENS LAW OFFICE $400.00 GOLDSTAR PRODUCTS INC $562.99 GOURNEAU, GAVIN $40.00 GRAND FORKS CITY $156.00 GUSTAFSON OIL $120.65 HAWKINS $1,540.07 HIATI-, RYAN $40.00 INFORMATION TECH. DEPT. $195.80 Turtle Mountain Housing Authority, T.D.H.E. Claim # 9594 unit 908 Eagles View TC The Turtle Mountain Housing Authority, T.D.H.E. will be accepting bids for the following Projects. The contractor will supply all labor and materials for the projects. The scope of work can be picked up at the TMHA Contracting Office from Roland Desjarlais. 701-477-5673 ext. 36 the scope of work has the specific requirements for bidding proce- dures. Unit review can be scheduled any time Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 3:30 pm Construction of 1 Dwelling Unit located in Belcourt Eagles View, Fire Damage All requirements in specifications available at TMHA, more items required on scope of work. INDIAN PREFERENCE WILL APPLY FOR THIS PROJECT Bids must be received and punched in by 1:00 p.m. on June 6, 2014 at the TMHA Main Office. Please verify Main Office clock time. Bid Opening will be at 1"15 p.m. June 6, 2014 at the TMHA Main Office Building. For more information on a scope of work please contact Roland Desjarlais at (701)477-5673. TMHA reserves the right to waive any informality and/or reject anY and all bids. KLUTH, CHRISTOPHER $80.00 LADUCER SANITATION $17,590.00 LARSCO $6,539.51 LEEVERS FOODS $21.36 MEARS AUTO PARTS $33.90 MEARS IMPLEMENT $58.27 MINOT DAILY NEWS $125.00 MITCHELL, SCO'1-r $187.89 MUNICIPAL GOVN. ACADEMY $660.00 MUNRO ACE HARDWARE $1,098.06 ND DEPT OF HEALTH-LABORATORY $790.96 ND RURAL WTR SYSTEMS ASSOC $225.00 NDSEWAGE PUMP & LIFT STATION $14,761.80 NDIRF $4.71 NEAMEYER BODY SHOP $3,302.00 NODAK STORE INC $329.98 NORTH CENTRAL TIRE $160.00 NORTH DAKOTA ONE CALL $7.70 NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC $543.86 OTTER TAIL POWER $7,102.87 PRESENTATION MEDICAL CENTER $25.00 PRO ACTION SAFETY AND SALES $82.t2 PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER $98.41 RAMKOTA HOTEL $149.40 RAVNAAS, GARY $41.81 ROLETTE COUNTY JAIL $6,10@00 ROLLA IMPLEMENT $3,031.11 ROLLA WELDING $115.01 SCHLENVOGT, KERRY $165.60 STAPLES CREDIT PLAN $1,468.90 STARION BOND SERVICE- WATER $10,074.75 THEEL MOTORS $621.26 TUOMALA PLUMBING AND HEATING $341.02 TURTLE MT. COMMUNICATIONS $621.21 TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR $576.04 USA BLUEBOOK $391.01 VERIZON WIRELESS $218.31 VIRGINIA PARR $102.00 VISA $53.82 WESTSIDE SERVICE $20.00 WILBUR ELLIS ROLLA $225.63 WRIGHT, CHRIS $20.00 Electronic Payments Payroll 941 Tax Deposit $3,961.19 Payroll 941 Tax Deposit $4,000.66 NDPERS $225.00 NDPERS $525.00 NDPERS $5,439.78 NDPERS $3,680.39 NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC $145.86 CNH CAPITAL $315.58 PAYROLL $11,613.60 PAYROLL $11,810.64 STARION FINANCIAL $62.88 ND PUBLIC FINANCE AUTHORITY $54,270.48 ND PUBLIC FINANCE AUTHORITY $38,375.00 VENDOR NAME AMOUNT LARRY HAAS $222.00 OTTER TAIL POWER $885.19 AIbertson introduced a resolution to pay foregoing bills when funds become available, and moved its adop- tion. Sparrow seconded and all voted "yes". Resolution adopted. Vollmer moved, Hemmy seconded, to pay the Tuo- mala Plumbing bill for sewer repair submitted by Mary Nordmark. All voted "yes". Motion carried. Albertson moved, Vollmer seconded, to hire Stanley Smith and Riley Keplin at $8 an hour for the two summer help positions. All voted "yes". Motion carded. AIbertson moved, Lindseth seconded, to approve a five percent wage increase to Dean Martin and Gary Ravnaas effective on their six-month employment date. All voted "yes". Motion carried. Albertson moved, Hominy seconded, to approve the purchase of four AR15 for each of the police vehi- cles. All voting "yes", Albertson, Hemmy, Lindseth, Spar- row and Vollmer. Councilman Bercier voted "no". Motion carried. Albertson tabled the police vehicle replacement. Albertson moved, Lindseth seconded, to approve the States Attorney agreement to handle criminal cases classified as Class A misdemeanor or above. All voted "yes". Motion carried. AIbertson moved, Sparrow seconded, to send out nuisance letters to those addresses designated by the Chief of Police. All voted "yes". Motion carried. Albertson moved, Vollmer seconded, to approve the committee reports. All voted "yes". Motion carded. Improvement Project #2013-1 -- Expecting con- struction to start Monday June 2 with milling of the streets. There will be a pro-construction meeting on June 5 at 12:30 p.m. at Rolla City Hall, in the Eller Room. Vollmer moved, Albertson seconded, to remove the Rolette County-property deeded to City item off the agenda. All voted "yes". Motion carried. Vollmer moved, Lindseth seconded, to approve paving of 210' on Park Dnve. All voted "yes". Motion car- ded. Albortson moved, Sparrow seconded, accept the North Central Grain Cooperative bid for gas, diesel and propane. All voted "yes". Motion carded. Bercier moved, Hominy seconded, to approve the consent agenda of Gaming Authorization, Munich De- velopment; Building Permit, Jim Bucher (deck), Rus- sell/Tracy Maxon (deck and remodelieg), Derrick Havig (house/garage) and Ken Koistinen (garage); Morris Azure, $35 each mowing on Sanders lot; Demolition permit, Derrick Havig (house); Rattle Permit, American Legion; June Election greeter $90; and expenses for Kerry Schleovogt to attend MFOI-Bismarck. All voted "yes". Motion carried. Albertson moved, Vollmer seconded, to approve the Planning and Zoning Committee recommendations of OTS Nl/2, Lot 18, Blk 11, to R-1 from C-1 ; TR RWN of SWl/4 150' x 200' x 600' SW of Hwy 5 ROW to R-2 from C-2; OTS S 80' Lots 5-6, Block 8 to R-1 from C-1; and Munro First Addition, Block 4, Lot 13 to R-2 from R- 1. All call voted "yes". Motion carried. Albertson moved, Bercier seconded, to take under consideration all new home construction and improve- ments greater than 50% as applied for a property tax in- centive. All voted "yes". Motion carried. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 18, 2014. Meeting adjourned at 9:56 p.m. Scott Mitchell, Mayor ATTEST: Mae Murphy, City Auditor (Submitted: May 29, 2014) (June 2, 2014) Dunseith School Board DUNSEITH SCHOOL BOARD REGULAR MEETING APRIL 8, 2014 A regular school board meeting was held on Wednesday, April 8, 2014, at 5:30 p.m. in the Dunseith Elementary School Library. Board members present were: Roger Counts, Travis Davis, Clarence Counts, Mary Medrud, Chris Strong, and Francis Amyotte. Board members absent were: Francis Medn. Administrators present were: Pat Brenden, Dave Sjol and Rebecca Ward. Others present were: Eric Morin, Ethan Morin, Renee Azure, Gene Nadeau, Ted Bjerk, Mariah Poitra, isaac Poitra, Gordon Baker, Sheri Hoyt, Nancy Cole- man, Donna Thomas, Donna Marry, K Richard, Scott Wager, John Rosinski, Shenae Azure, Kelsey Gillis, Robert Gunville and Liz Handeland. Minutes of the March 12, 2014 board meeting was presented for review and approval. Mary Medrud moved to approve of the March 12, 2014 board minutes as pre- sented, seconded by Chris Strong, all in favor, motion carded. Mary Medrud moved to add senior class trip to the agenda, seconded by Clarence Counts, all in favor, mo- tion carried. The school calendar for 20t 4- 2015 was presented to the board for approval. Discussion on procedures fol- lowed before approval from state. This calendar consists of a four-day work week. Travis Davis moved to approve of the 2014-2015 school calendar as presented by ad- ministration and approved by DPI, seconded by Mary Medrud, all in favor, motion carded. Senior class trip was presented for review and ap- proval. Clarence Counts moved to approve of a senior class trip to Minnesota, seconded by Francis Amyotte, all in favor, motion carried. Dunseith Day school bills were presented fur review and approval. Travis Davis moved to approve of the fol- lowing Dunseith Day school bills as submitted and pnor approved by the Superintendent, seconded by Mary Medrud, all in favor, motion carried. VENDOR AMOUNT Advanced Business Methods, Inc. 202.49 Anderson's 1,155.87 ARTCO Promotional Products, Inc. 11,853.61 Crazy Crew Trading Post 3,585.00 Oepartment of Public Instruction 201.72 Foodservices of America 15,202.51 Gustafson Oil & Propane Co. 5,775.00 Harlow's Bus Sales, Inc. 161.80 JS Vending & Wholesale 1,510.68 School Specialty, Inc. 2,308.06 School Specialty, Inc. 230.69 School Specialty, Inc. 2,098.71 School Specialty, Inc. 2,008.85 School Specialty, Inc. 1,883.71 School Specialty, Inc. 927.69 School Specialty, Inc. 1,375.75 School Specialty, Inc. 1,405.27 Shindigz 1,092.94 SRT 430.86 Tassel Depot 98.96 The Computer Store, Inc. 24,272.50 The Computer Store, Inc. 133,371.00 Wayne's Food Pride 167.33 School Health Corp. 1,541.20 TOTAL BILLS PAID (April 2014) $214,336.78 Mary Medrud moved to approve of Roger Counts, Clarence Counts and Alva Gledue as signatedes for the Dunseith School District #1 accounts for Starion Finan- cial, seconded by Francis Amyotte, all in favor, motion carried. Clarence Counts moved to close Rolette County Consortium account and transfer funds into Dunseith School General Fund account, seconded by Travis Davis, all in favor, motion carried. Business Manager's report was presented to the board for review and approval. Francis Amyotte moved to approve of business manager's report as presented and pay the following bills, seconded by Chris Strong, all in favor, motion carried. VENDOR AMOUNT Abrahamson Refrigeration 205.00 Advanced Business Methods 1,313.02 AERUS 59g.94 All Nations Office 127.85 Barnes & Noble 159.60 Belcourt Oil Co. 1,479.00 Blue Ribbon Maintenance Supplies 254.97 Cenex Credit Card 126.21 City of Dunseith 1,164.12 Cole Papers 1,750.94 Dale's Truck Stop 7,492.57 DF Lighting Co. 639.06 Digital Office Centre 593.65 Dunseith Hardware 3,381.59 Ecolab 172.50 Farmers Union Oil Co. 1,021.98 Flaghouse 64.95 Foodservices of America 15,500.42 Hancock Fabrics & Crafts 1651 377.74 Hadow's Bus Sales, Inc. 4,514.88 I Design 5.32 Johnson's Plumbing Service 300.75 Josten's, Inc. 11.80 JS Vending & Wholesale 3,385.07 Margaret Kaniewski 390.60 Menards (Minot) 3,291.54 Minot Restaurant Supply Co. g24.48 MTC Lumber & Hardware 769.43 NCES 272.42 ND Center for Distance Education 2,100.00 Nodak Store 118.40 Pnde Dairy 5,758.41 Ramada Bismarck Hotel 14g.40 Rosen Classroom 234.00 Roughrider Health Promotion 700.00 Share Corp. 288.34 Simplex Grinnell 59.65 Spectrum Art & Office Supply 20.94 Supreme School Supply Co. 130.18 The Hermitage Art Co., Inc. 58.79 Turtle Mountain Solid Waste Dept. 34.00 Turtle Mountain Star 275.51 UPS 26.44 US Foodservice 5,248.74 Wayne's Food Pride 189.30 Wibe Electronics, Inc. 388.00 Xerox Corp. 675.59 Alva E Gladue 294.00 Carolyn Holler 35.00 David Sjol 107.35 Denise Davis 147.00 Gerrels & Co. 7,10032 HR Collaborative 450.00 Jamie Faine 20.16 Kim Marion 1%11 North Dakota Public Employees' Retirement System 1,261.90 Nichole Azure 107.35 Patdck Brenden 294.00 Peace Garden Consortium 26,188.75 Rebecca Ward 778.57 Sheri Hoyt 147.00 Tammy Julson 1,212.00 Universal Athletic Services, Inc. 6,793.1g Valerie Malaterre 107.36 Visa 2,000.00 Bernard Food Industries, Inc. 992.16 Chris LaFromboise 160.00 Dakota Boys & Girls Ranch 1,087.20 Turtle Mountain Housing Authority, T.D.H.E. Claim # 9395 unit 1164 Kent addition The Turtle Mountain Housing Authority, T.D.H.E. will be accepting bids for the following Projects. The contractor will supply all labor and materials for the projects. The scope of work can be picked up at the TMHA Contracting Office from Roland Desjarlais. 701-477-5673 ext. 36 the scope of work has the specific requirements for bidding proce- dures. Unit review can be scheduled any time Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 3:30 pm Construction of 1 Dwelling Unit located in Belcourt Kent Addition, Fire Damage All requirements in specifications available at TMHA, more items required on scope of work. INDIAN PREFERENCE WILL APPLY FOR THIS PROJECT Bids must be received and punched in by 1:00 p.m. on June 6, 2014 at the TMHA Main Office. Please verify Main Office clock time. Bid Opening will be at 1:15 p.m. June 6, 2014 at the TMHA Main Office Building. For more information on a scope of work please contact Roland Desjarlais at (701)477-5673. TMHA reserves the right to waive any informality and/or reject any and all bids. David Sjol 222.40 Kyle Julson 260.00 North Dakota Teachers' Fund For Retirement3,368.42 Bottineau Public School Distnct N. 1,037.34 Brandon Longie 25.00 Denise Davis 25.00 Department of Public Instruction 35.00 Donna Marty 274.84 Eugene Nadeau 269.00 Haden Getzlaff 464.00 Job Service of North Dakota 33.12 Kamie Longie 385.00 Karl Burcham 20.00 Katie Saykally 6@00 Kevin Nelson 4883)0 Kyle Hardy 370.87 Kyle Hardy 824.00 Larus Longie 144.00 Larus Longie 308.00 Larus Longie 56.20 Larus Longie 182.00 Monica Nadeau 25.00 Nancy Coleman 302.00 NASP, Inc. 90.00 Ottertail Power Co. 12,533.70 Ray Parisian Jr. 456.00 Teri Bjerk 1,307.00 Ted Bjerk 1,239.00 Ted Bjerk 500.QO Willard Burnham 25.00 Games To Go 3,609.20 Valerie Malaterre 100.00 Kyle Julson 424.00 Larus Longie 308.00 ND High School Activities Association 15@00 North Star School 36.00 Postmaster, City of Dunseith 256.00 Turtle Mountain Commgnications 828.30 TOTAL BILLS PAID (April 2014) $147,103.09 TOTAL PAYROLL PAID (Apnl 2014) $455,070.09 TOTAL ALL (Apn12014) $602.173.18 Mr. Dave Sjol, high school principal, reported to the board. Mr. Gerald Medrud, of the Rolette County Sher- iff's Department, will continue his program to educate students on the dangers of drugs, alcohol and risky be- haviors. Fourteen juniors took a supervised trip to Bis- marck to learn about and tour United Tdbes Technical College. Mrs. Heller took seven students to the Region 4 vocal music contest in Minnewauken. Junior and senior high school students .will compote in the Knowledge Bowl on April 10, "2014, in Cando. The state archery tournament will be held in Bismarck on April 12, 2014. There are currently 61 students enrolled in junior high school, 136 students enrolled in senior high school and 11 students enrolled in Dunseith Community Alternative Learning Service (DCALS). Rebecca Ward, alementary principal, reported to the board. Pro-kindergarten screening will be held on Apdl 11, 2014. Elementary enrollment summary, disci- pline data and school facility inspection report was pre- sented to the board for their review. Eric Monn, activities director, reported to the board. We did receive an award from North Dakota High School Activities Assocation (NDHSAA) for ethics, sportsmanship, etc. for our boys' varsity basketball team. This reward was also received last year by the boys' varsity basketball team, Caitlyn Davis claimed the 2014 North Dakota Knights of Columbus State Free Throw championship on April 5, 2014, in Bismarck. Pat Brenden, superintendent, reported to the board. Gym floor refinishing will be completed by FLR Sanders. A meeting in Rugby will be held on April 29, 2014, to dis- cuss the negative impacts of the Picus Oddan report on schools. Board approved for superintendent to adver- tise for bids on storage building. Crosswalk and signage for mainstreet will be completed by Devils Lake District. Francis Amyotte moved to edjoum meeting, sec- onded by Travis Davis, all in favor, motion carded. Meet- ing adjourned at 6:53 p.m Roger Counts, Chairperson ATTEST: Alva Gladue (June 2) St. John School Board ST. JOHN SCHOOL BOARD REGULAR MEETING APRIL 23, 2014 The St. John Board of Education met in regular ses- sion on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, at 8 p.m. in the board conference room. All members were present. Also present were Principals Frydenlund and Anderson and Supedntendent Davis. Business Manager Stewart was absent. The minutes were receded by Sherry Manning. President Langan called the meeting to order at 8 p.m. Bernie Seigarde moved to pmve the minutes of the Mamh 19, 2014, meeting as=);'e,  by Ale Bei, Onrl'OII call vote, all were in favor, motion Alan Berginski moved to approve the financial re- ports for May aed to pay all claims for April 2014, second by Sherry Manning. On roll call vote, all were in favor, motion carded. VENDOR AMOUNT Alan Sand 1,900.00 Alco Stems, Inc. 173.21 Amedcan Welding & Gas, Inc. 26.66 Anne Cadsen Center For Children 9,458.19 Avaya, Inc. 138.00 Barbara Garceau 1,168.12 Brad Fitzgerald 32.22 Center Coal Co. 896.13 City of St. John 1,103.83 Clute Office Equipment 2,714.46 CNH Capital Amedce, LLC 466.57 Dole Papers, Inc. 296.70 Comfort Inn 148.00 Computer Store, The 1,980.92 Connie Roy-Thibert 216.56 Dacotah Bank 5,693.80 Danielle Hanson 256.24 Dept. of Public Instruction 70.00 Digital Office Centre (DOG) 143.77 Doug & Mary's Jack & Jill 28.70 Expressway Inn (Bismamk) 26g.85 Farmers Union Oil CO. 380.00 Fire Extinguishing Systems 244.80 First Book National Office 54.00 GE Capital 1,375.02 Gerrel's, Inc. 160.48 Grand International 237.90 Gustafson Oil & Propane Co. 9,169.98 Hadow's Bus Sales 3,649.17 J&M Service 995.81 James Snustad 309.51 Jamestown Country Club 180.00 %lane Sivarston 235.60 JCPe School 33.00 Jessie Neameyar 283.45 Job Service North Dakota 707.76 JS Wholesale & Vending 1,305.54 Julia Burkhart 274.67 Leevers Foods 93.38 Lervik & Johnson 7,500.00 Munro's Ace Hardwere 97.07 National Publications Billing Services 89.95 NDASBM 100.00 Northwest Shdne Circus 636.00 Office of State Auditor 165.00 Ottertail Power Co. 5,699.49 Poppler's Music Store 465.76 Quill Corp. 431.22 R&D Hendnckson Trucking 4,789.14 Ramkota Hotel 717.60 Region IV Music 60.00 Rolette County SCD 369.00 Rolla Implement 180.48 Ruth Serginski 245.86 Sanford Health Occupational Medicine CLI 60.00 Square Deal Grocery 144.51 St. John the Baptist Church 100.00 Steve Mathiason 352.25 Tanya Worral 105.14 TMES Music Department 226.31 Townar County Medical Center 180.00 Tuomala Plumbing 237.49 Turtle Mountain Times 337.50 Turtle Mountain Communications 1,447.47 Turtle Mountain Star 453.99 United Laboratories, Inc. 1,871.70 US Foods 410.70 Visa--Cardmember Service 1,350.43 FUND TOTAL $75,696.06 CHECKING ACCOUNT TOTAL $75,696.06 GENERAL FUND Caims $75,696.06 W. roll $258,058.95 oldings $59,828.62 ACTIVITY FUND $8,952.g7 FOOD SERVICES $24,167.57 Principals Anderson and Frydenlund presented their respective reports. Bernie Belgarde moved to approve the Tuition Agreement Requests for the school year 2014-2015, second by Amy Goumeau. On roll call vote, all were in favor, motion carried. Alan Berginski moved to approve the request from Arran St. Vincent to conduct a summer weightlifting pro- gram and for the compensation to be the same as last year, second by Bernie Belgarde. On roll call vote, all were in favor, motion carded. Bernie Belgared moved to allow the request by Arran St. Vincent to allocate $2,500 toward the pumhase of a new wrestling mat for the co-op program, second by Amy Goumeau. On roll call vote, all were in favor, motion carried. Semie Belgarde moved to table the budget revision until the May meeting, second by Alan Serginski. On roll call vote, all were in favor, motion carded. Alan Serginski moved to deny the request from Bar- bara Gameau to amend the 2014-2015 contract offered to her, decreasing her yearly hours in the Media Center, second by Bernie Belgarde. On roll cell vote, all were in favor, motion carried. Bernie Selgarde moved to accept the letter of res- ignation from James Snustad, music instructor, and to advertise for the position, second by Amy Goumeau. On roll call vote, all were in favor, motion carded. Supenntendent Davis reported on the following: bussing and building updates; upcoming events;the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) national convention; extended days, dates; re- tirees recognition; and the May meeting date was set for Thursday, May 15, 2014, with the district demographic meeting at 7 p.m. and the regular school board meeting at 8 p.m. There being no further business, President Langan declared the meeting adjourned at 9:18 p.m. Semie Salgarde, Vice President .. /CrES]: Sherry Manning, Board Member :-/J ,: :+  _, (June2) Notice of hearing NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR ZONING VARIANCE Notice is hereby given that the Board of Adjustment of the City of Rolla, North Dakota will hold a public hear- ing on the application of Ken and Shelly Koistinan of Rolla for a Zoning Variance at the location: Tract =A" (66' x 120') BULOVA ADDITION 520 5th Street NE Notwithstanding that the zoning regulations as Sec- tion lit C, Low-Density Residential Distdct (R-l) 4. Min- imal Dimensional Standards will prohibit such use unless a vanance is issued. Said hearing will be held at the City Hall in Rolla, North Dakota on June 16, 2014, 8:00 A.M. Mae Murphy, City Auditor, on bohaff of the Board of Adjustment Dated: May 28, 2014 (June 2 and June 9, 2014) IG .lBobcat THIS SPRING % fr uP t 48 mesths n you purctse a n Bob(d e sldd-sleer loader OR Reties .p 1o $2,600' in ie, o rrg 0/, for up to 48 monthl* ,v whe  purchase a new Bo,at utility hlcle t,t% br up to 36 mosttw*  ,v, en yu pcte i  Bo alUclvmm Ome  0/. tot up to 24 months* iv y pse armv Took:at TM utility work machine 5Cinancng as av as 0"9-( r "p to 60 o.t/b 0 ilO/o for up to 60 months* " _q when you purchase a new u F Bobcat compact excavator OR Rebates up to $6000 in lieu 0f financing PLUS --. Rebates up to $1,500 on select models O ilO/o for up to 60 months* _1 wban you purchese a new I V Bobcat compact track loader -- OR Rebates up to 900 in lieu of financing REClEVE $500 OFP USED EQUIPMENT SK/D Ill'El/.OAJM'I/. l'##/.Anl 199"2 Bub<xt 753 2400 hrs., foot, open cab. E4d.......Sl 1,500 1998 Bolxt 753 3300 hrs., open station, foot ......... 510,500 2010 BoJCt $185 2811 hrs., cab/heot, x)t controJ, power. Jlach, bucket & s ..................................... s21,500 2012 Bobcat S185 545 he., 1"!51,  conlrol, 2 d..........6,900 2012 IlelX: 5185 A71 , xl c0nl, 2 sle ....................... 27,9gg 2006  5205 3536 hrs., cal, 1-151, bid, helen 9 .......... 23,5(X) 200t  S205 1665 hrs., cab/heal, 2sp, f0ot.......$27,500 2007 Case 435 2003 hrs., ca/hea/AC, SJC ......... 19,500 1996 Bobcat 873 open cab, fool conlrol ............................... Sl4,000 2009 Bobcat S630 364 hrs., A71 Fool" ..................... 38,500 2005 BoJX'o15250 3100 hrs., Gold, 2sp, ACS, Loegering VTS track sydem{$4,000) .................. 27,900 2002  $300 3280 hrs., r/k, n lires,  o0r..=23,t) t i 20 0  A300 2300 hrs., A91 ...................................... 36,500 2011 Bold 5750 1286 hrs., A71, ACS, 2sp ........ =4|,000 20| 1  5750 1207 br., A71, SJC, alr ride o, radio, = 50 rubl ............................................................................ 41,500 = 2011 Bolxxzt S750 350hrs.,A71,ACS, 2sp, 80" LPEtd...... 47,000 $ 2012 Bolxot S750 475 hrs. AT I, AC, rodio, ARS ............... 47,000 2012  $750 124 hrs., A71, foot, 2 sp, grapple.....=48,000 $ 2013 Bolx 5750 250 hrs., A91, SX: ..................... 47,000 2011 Bobcat $850 500 hrs., A51, foot, EBH, radio ........ s46,500 2006 Bebcat 5600 1900 hrs., cab/oir/l'mat, HF......729,500 IrltACK LOADERS 2004 BoJx 1'300 2218 hrs, gold, foot .................. 26,000 2009 Core C 185 1486 hrs., ca/},mtlAC, 2 sp, foot conlrol, s31,000 2011 B&xat 1"650 1254 hrs., A71, SJC .................. ?39,500 2012 Bolxol T650 1200 hrs., A91, AC, R5 w/17" lnx, 251.. 545,500 2OI 1 NH C238 400 hrs., cob/air/heat, 2 sp, ioystlck control ............................................. 49,5(X) 2OI I  1"750 950 hrs., A71 pkg. , roller susp., air ride seat, 2 sp radio ......................................... 553,500 2OII Bolx 1750 1850 hrs., A91, foot, ri0kl .......... 46,500 3 -Bobcat S57O's Call for Hrs & Details IIMVY I@UlPMINt 1998 Kom PC2OO 8000 hrs., cab/heat/AC, Pilot, static Ihumb, ext boom, swamp padL .......................... '65,000 TRACTORS/UlrlI, ITY VEHICMi$ 1997 NH 1530 1792 hrs., so(t cab/heat, super steer, s woods loader ......................................................................... 11,000 2010 BoJxat CT225 335 hrs., turf fire, 7TL .............. s14,500 2012 JD 550 20 hrs., 4 seat, XUV, Like Newl ....... Sl0,000 ATTACHMENlr CALL FOe A V AND PmCES l l l Mowle 2005 Walkm MTGH$1445 hrs., Zero turn, bagger...sS,500 2008  148Z 1546 hrs., 3 bag power gger ......... '5,500 $ 2008  1934FX 582 hrs., sand p, 4el catch bagger. 3,000 2008 JD X540 173 hrs., 54" deck ........................... $,000 2009 Gravely PM152M 1252 hrs., Bagger ............... =$,500 2009 Dixie Clpper Silver  70 hrs., 50" Deck. ?4,750 2010 Dixie chopper Silver Eagle, 70 hrs., 50" Deck .......... s6,500 2011 Grass Hopper 7212D, 41 hrs, Cab/heal, deck & blower ........................................................ s15,000 2012 JD Z930A, 58 hrs., like new, 60" Deck, 25.5 hp, 60" deck. 710,300 ! 2012 Gravely ZTXL42 35 hrs., Like new, 42" Deck.... 3,899 2012 Cub Cadet LTX 1050 66 hrs., Hydro, 50" deck, Nice.. 21,550 2012 Gras 9300, 50 hrs, Diesel, elec. lift, like new. s14,0g0 20!3 Gravely K4260H 18 hrs., New warranly, demo. 710,899 20!3 Huskvarna R322T 2 hrs., Ride', AWD, 22hp, 48" deck..?5,350 2013 Cub Ca&H $48 Force 12 hrs., Zero turn, Bagger ......... s4,200