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Page 22 The Star June 2, 2014 Notice of elections NOTICE OF PRIMARY AND CITY ELECTIONS Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, the lOth Day of June, 2014, a Primary Election and the Rolla, Rolette, Dunseith, St John and Mylo City Elections will be held in the polling places in all precincts in the County of Rolette, State of North Dakota. The Primary Election will be heid for the purpose of nominating candidates for the various Federal, State, District, and County Offices, and to provide the electors the opportunity of voting on the Constitutional Meas- ures. The arrangement of candidate names appearing on ballots in your precinct may vary from the published sample ballots, depending upon the precinct in which you reside. Rolla City voters will vote at the Rolla City Hall for the purpose of electing Mayor, three Council Members and three Park Board Members for four-year terms; three Council Members and a Park Board Member for unexpired two-year terms. Rolette City voters will vote at the World War I Me- morial Building for the purpose of electing a Mayor, two Council Members, and two Park Board Members for four-year terms. Dunseith City voters will vote at the Dunseith City Hall for the purpose of electing a Mayor, two Council Members, a Municipal Judge and two Park Board Mem- bers for four-year terms. St John City voters will vote at the St John Senior Center for the purpose of electing a Mayor, two Council Members and a Municipal Judge for four-year terms and one Council Member for an unexpired two-year term. Mylo City voters will vote at the Rolette WWI Me- morial Building for the purpose of electing a Mayor for an unexpired two-year term and two Council Members for four-year terms. The polling places will open at Nine (9:00) o'clock Legislative District # 9 a.m. and remain open continuously until Seven (7:00) o'clock p.m. of that day and date in the following precincts in Rolette County: Precinct No. 1 - Rolla City, Fairview, Mt Pleasant, Oxford, and EIIsworth Townships - Rolla City Hall Precinct No. 2 - St John City, Baxter and Hutchin- son Townships - St John Senior Center Precinct No. 3 - Couture and Ingebretson Town- ships and Shell Valley Housing - Knights of Columbus Hall in Belcourt Precinct No. 4 - Dunseith City, Willow Lake, Holmes Gilbert, Hillside, Currie and Russell Townships - Dunseith City Hall Precinct No. 5 - Rolette and Mylo Cities, Shell Val- ley Township less the Shell Valley Housing and all of Maryville, Kohlmeier, Wolf Creek, Leonard, Union, South Valley, Finnegan, Rice, Island Lake, and Pleasant Valley Townships - World War I Memorial Building (May 26 and June 2) and Rolette County Election Precincts Willow Lake Holmes Hutchinson Baxter St. John Fairview Gilbert #40-09-04 Dunseith Hillside #40-09-03 |ngebretson Couture Belcourt Rolla Mt. Pleasant Currie Russell Shell Valley Maryville #40-09-01 Oxford Kohlmeier South Valley Wolf Creek Finnegan #40-09-05 Leonard Rolette lce Union Island Lake Ellsworth * Mylo Pleasant Valley Precinct No. 40-09-01 Precinct No. 40-09-02 Precinct No. 40-09-03 Precinct No. 40-09-04 Precinct No. 40-09-05 Rolla City, Fairview, Mt. Pleasant, Oxford, and Ellsworth Townships - Rolla City Hall, 14 1 st ST SE, Rolla ND 58367 St. John City, Baxter and Hutchinson Townships - St. John Senior Center. Foussard Ave, St. John ND 58369 Couture and Ingebretson Townships and Shell Valley Housing - Kni2hts of Columbus Hall in Belconrt, 4330 US Hwy 281, Belcourt ND 58316 Dunseith City, Willow Lake, Holmes, Gilbert, Hillside, Currie and Russell Townships - Dnnseith City Hall, 101 Peace Garden Ave, Dunseith ND 58329 Rolette and Mylo Cities, Shell Valley, less the Shell Valley Housing, Maryville, Kohlmeier, Wolf Creek, Leonard, Union, South Valley, Finnegan,Rice, Island Lake, and Pleasant Valley Townships - WWl Memorial Building,, 503 2 nd Ave, Rolette ND 58366 St. John St. John Senior Citizens The graduation ceremony for the St. John School seniors was held on Sunday, May 25, at the Community Center (old gym). There was a full house of parents, relatives and friends of the 29 2014 graduating class. One thing that was so impres- sive about this class was the fact that there were three students graduating as valedictorians, two salutatorians and 12 seniors graduating with hon- ors. The St. John School has much to be proud of with all of the students in every grade, from kindergarten to twelfth grade, and its excellent staff. I do not have much for news this week, but I know there were lots of people from out of town. If you ?- : ; Deloris Kamopp was busy clean- ing and placing flowers on graves this past week. She drove to Devils Lake for Clarence's grandparents and aunts, to Cando for her grand- parents and great-grandparents and then on to Oxford for Clarence's and her step-aunt. Donelda Grafsguard, of Minot; Elaine Lystad, of Stanley; and Mar- celia Kamopp were Saturday coffee guests of Deloris Karnopp. Joyce Rogers was on the road again to Edgeley, in order to visit the Mt. Hope cemetery and to her sister, Julie, and Don Peterson of Fullerton. On Friday, they all went to Fargo to visit Ruby and LeRoy Nypea and do some shopping. Joyce returned to Rolla on Sunday. Sandy and Tom Wilkie and Shel- ley Wilkie, of Aberdeen, South Dakota, were visitors of Gerry and Kathy Wilkie and Velma Raasakka. They were here for the graduation and reception of Grayson Marty. They were also dinner guests of Jeff and Donna Marty, on Saturday evening, with Coulter Marty doing the cooking. Marcia. Karnopp of Rupert, Idaho, and Margie Johnson were vis- itors at the home of Deloris Karnopp on Wednesday. Later, the ladies went to the Chicken Hut for dinner. would send me any news you would mail hbelgard@utma.com. Any news like to see in next week's paper, it will be appreciated, as people living would be very much appreciated, away from here with St. John ties Send to Helen Belgarde, PO box like to see names of friends and rela- 214, St. John, tele #477-5447 or e- tives. Thank you. ANNUAL ELECTION NOTICE ST. JOHN SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT #3 The annual school board election for St. John School District #3 will be held Tuesday, June 10, 2014, in the St. John School media center, with the polls being open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. One position is open for election from the city population, for a term of three years. SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION Rolette Public School District No. 29 NOTICE OF ANNUAL ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Tuesday, the 10th day of June 2014, the school board election will be held at the Rolette Public School. Electing one (1) member of the school board for Area - 2 (North East Section of District) for a three (3) year term. Electing one (1) member of the school board for Area - 3(South East Section of District) for a three (3) year term. Electing one (1) publication of School Board Proceedings - biannually The polls will be open at eleven o'clock AM Central Daylight Savings Time and close at seven o'clock PM Central Daylight Savings Time of that day June 10th, 2014. The polling location is lo- cated in the School Cafeteria. Submitted by: Janelle Carnahan, Business Manager Rolette Public School Turtle Mountain Housing Authority, T.D.H.E. A Tribally Designated Housing Entity Project: Proposed Turtle Mountain Housing #8 110 Education Lane NE Belcourt, North Dakota Developer/Owner: Turtle Mountain Housing Authority, Tribally Designated Housing Authority PO Box 620, 1/4 mile South on Hwy 5 9818 BIA Rd #7, Suite #1, Belcourt, North Dakotas 58316 The Developer/Owner is requesting submittal of single prime general contract bid proposals for the construction of a 25-unit apartment building located near the Turtle Mountain Community College. Proposals will be received by the Owner/Developer at the TMHA Administration Office Building located at 9818 BIA Rd. #7, Suite #1, Belcourt, ND 58316 until 2:00 p.m., (local time) on Thursday, June 12, 2014, and then, in a con- ference room at said location, publicly opened and read aloud. The Work generally includes but is not limited to: 1) Site work including site clearing, earthwork, excavation, landscaping, utili- ties, concrete walks, fences, gravel surface and paved parking lot and site sig- nage; 2) General construction work including concrete footings, masonry or cast in place concrete foundations, concrete flatwork, wood framing, wood floor and roof trusses, building insulation, fiber cement siding, shingled or standing seam metal roofing, hollow metal and wood doors and frames, aluminum entrances, fiberglass windows, finish hardware, glazing, gypsum board, acoustic ceilings, sheet vinyl, vinyl composition tile, carpet, painting, signage, toilet and bath accessories, window treatments and cabinetry; 3) Mechanical plumbing, heating, ventilating and air conditioning; 4) Electrical service, power distribution, back-up generator, heating, lighting, fire alarm, security, intercom and closed circuit television systems. Stick built, off-site manufactured components, modular and/or combination of these construction techniques are allowed. Hard copies of the plans, specifications, and other bidding/contract docu- ments are on file for review in the following locations: Offices of the A/E and Owner. Digital bidding/contract documents may be obtained and are available at www.questcdn.com. You may download the digital plan documents for $30.00 by inputting Quest project #3260011 on the website's Project Search page. Contact QuestCDN,com at (952)233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance and/or your options, rights and responsibilities relative to registration, down- loading, working with this digital project information, addenda and bid tabula- tion. Each bid must be submitted in a bidding envelope that is Securely sealed. The enve_!pe shal! be pla!nly marked to indicate its content.sand show,the fol- lowing information orthe exterior of the envelope: 1. Single Prime General Construction Bid Proposal for Proposed Turtle Mountain Housing #8; 2. The Name of the Person, Firm or Corporation submitting the bid; 3. Bidder's ND Contractors license number and renewal date; 4. Acknowledgement of all Addenda. The bidding envelope shall contain the following: 1. Fully completed and signed bid form. Each bid submitted shall be accompanied by a separate envelope containing: 1) All firms Indian and Non-Indian: a. Bid security applicable to the work being proposed within the bidding enve- lope; b. Copy of current TMBCI Business License(minimum 30 day for bidding pur- poses); c. Letter of intent to pay TERO/EPA fees if awarded the contract; d. Copy of Bidder's ND Contractors License Renewal Certificate; e. Completed Pre-qualification Application; f. Names, address and contact information of entity submitting proposal and key in house personnel who will work on the project; g. Statement of past experience; h. Names addresses and contact information of at least 3 references (prefer- ably tribes, tribal housing or other tribal entities); 2) If claiming Indian Preference: a. Evidence of principals tribal enrollment. The bidder's security shall be 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 the state of North Dakota, conditioned that if the principal's bid be accepted and the contract awarded to the principal, the princi- pal within ten (10) days after Notice of Award, will execute and effect a contract in accordance with the terms of the principal's bid and provide a Contractor's Performance and Payment Bond. The Owner reserves the right to hold all bids for a period of 30 days after the date of the bid opening, reject any or all bids and advertise anew until a satisfac- tory bid is received and/or award a contract to the lowest responsive bidder which the Owner/Developer deems to be in his own best interest. No bid will be read or considered which does not fully comply'with the requirements of this advertisement and/or other bidding and contract docu- ments. Any deficient bid submitted may be resealed and returned to the bidder immediately. Access to the Project site for the purpose of Pre-bid Observation will not be restricted. All bidders are strongly encouraged to visit the site. INDIAN PREFERENCE Pursuant to Section 7(b) if the Indian Self Determination and Education Assistance Act (25 U.S.C. 450e (b)) and HUD requirements set forth at 24 CFR 1000.48-1000.54, in awarding this contract pref- erence shall be given to qualified Indian enterprises and organizations. In accordance with Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 and the implementing regulations at 24 CFR part 135, the Authority/TDHE will make best efforts, consistent with federal and tribal laws and regulations (including Section 7(b) of the Indian Self Determination and Education Assistance Act), to give low- and very low-income persons the training and employment opportunities generated by Section 3 covered assistance and to give qualified business concerns the contracting opportunities generated by Section 3 covered assistance. TMHA Executive Director May 16, 2014 i i i i