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Page 12 The Star July 5, 2021 Summons TURTLE MOUNTAIN TRIBAL COURT BELCOU RT NORTH DAKOTA TURTLE MOUNTAIN JURISDICTION COUNTY OF ROLETTE, NORTH DAKOTA EX PARTE: ) Dawn L. Charboneau, Power ) of Attorney and Petitioner ) l I IN THE MATTER OFTHE ESTATE OF: DONALD PATRICK MORIN YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED as an interested party or creditor and required to file a Response to this Summons and Petition to settle or probate decedent’s estate. File your response with: Clerk of the Turtle Moun- tain Tribal Court, P.O. Box 900, Belcourt, North Dakota 58316. You must also file your Response with Peti- tioner‘s attorney to the address at the bottom of this no- tice. Your Response must be sent by registered or certified mail with in three weeks from the date that this Summons was first published in this newspaper. IS/ Jacqueline Brien, Chief Clerk of Court 6-24-21 IS/ Don Bruce, Esq, MBA 6-24-21 SD Bar if 2407, TMBCI Tribal Lic 20-0004-ATT Po. Box 674, Belcourt, North Dakota 58316 Ph. 701477-8755; Cell 477—2516; Fax 477-8772 Email michif0@yahoo.com (June 28, July 5 and July 12, 2021) CIVIL NO. 21- 6032 summons Notice to creditors IN DISTRICT COURT OF ROLETTE COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, NORTHEAST JUDI- CIAL DISTRICT, In the Matter of the Estate of RICHARD M. HUOVINEN, Deceased. Probate No. 40-2021-PR-00012 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned have been appointed personal 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 be either presented to Tami Marie Huovinen, PO. Box 1025, Rolla, ND 58367-1025 or filed with the Court. I Dated this 30th day of June, 2021. Tami Marie Huovinen, PR Box 1025. Rolla, ND 58367-1025 Arne F. Boyum, Attorney at Law P.O. Box 908 Rolla, ND 58367 Attorney for Estate Phone: (701) 477-5637 afboyumlaw@yahoo.com First publication on the 5th day of July, 2021. (July 5, 12 and 19, 2021) Notice to creditors NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ROLETTE COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, In the Matter of the Estate of MICHAEL G. ROY, Deceased. Probate No. 40-2021-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 Marjorie P_oitra, personal representative of the estate, at clo Gibbens Law Office, PO. Box 708, Cando, ND 58324, or filed with the Court. Dated this 11th day of June, 2021. I Marjorie Poitra Personal Representative PO Box 1319 Dunseith, ND 58329 Nathan Gibbens ND License #07111 GIBBENS LAW OFFICE PO. Box 708 Cando, ND 58324 Attorney for Estate First publication on the 21st day of June, 2021 (June 21, 28 and July 5, 2021) Summons NOTICE OF SUMMONS IN DISTRICT COURT, NORTHEAST CENTRAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT COUNTY OF ROLETTE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA Morgana kieberg, Plaintiff, Summons VS. Wilbur E. Wilkie, Helen M. Wilkie, Antoinette Hosenfelt, Christopher L. Phelps; the heirs, devisees and assigns of any Defendants deceased;) the assigns or successors in interest ) pf any Defendants; and all other ) persons unknown having or claiming ) any estate or interest in or lien or ) encumbrance upon the property ) described in the Complaint, ) ) ) Defendants. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE- NAME DEFENDANTS: YYOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend against the Complaint in this action, which Complaint has been filed with the Clerk of the Dis- trict Court, Rolette County, North Dakota, at Rolla, North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your Answer or other proper response upon the attorneys for the Plaintiff at their office in the city of Minot, North Dakota, within twenty (20) days after the completion of service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service. Service is complete upon the expiration of fifteen (15) . days after date of first publication. In case of your failure to appear or answer as aforesaid, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated this 21st day of June, 2021 Anthony Cooper (ID 09252) Boppre Law Firm, PLLC 2151 36th Ave. SW, Suite B Minot, ND 58701 Office: 701-852-5224 Fax: 701-852-5229 acooper@bopprelawfirm.oom ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF NO11CE OF NO PERSONAL CLAIM TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS: YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that the above-entitled action is brought for the purpose of determining adverse claims and for quieting title to certain real property situ- ated in Rolette County, North Dakota, and described as follows, to-wit: Township 162, Range 70 Section 10: NE1/4 & SW1/4 of Lot 7, less highway rlght—of-way and that no personal claim is made against any of the said Defendants. Dated this 21st day of June, 2021 Anthony Cooper (ID 09252) Boppre Law Firm, PLLC 2151 36th Ave. SW, Suite B Minot, ND 58701 Office: 701-852-5224 Fax: 701-852-5229 acooper@bopprelawfirm.com ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF (June 28, July 5 and 12, 2021) Bolla City Council ROLLA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING MAY 2021 Present: Mayor John Hardy, Councilpersons: Blake Gottbreht, Kyle Hardy, Rebecca Albert, Hovi Mitchell, Paula Wilkie, TJ Bergsrud. Others in attendance: City Auditor Erica McDougaIl, Public Works Director Cliff Rush, JDA Director Danielle Mickelson, Library Director Diana Lange, Police Chief William Poitra, Engineer from AEZS Jim Olson. Mayor Hardy called the meeting to order at 7:30 pm. Mayors Minute: Mayor John Hardy took a minute to applaud the students and staff at the Rolla School on completing a complex and trying year. Congratulations to the Graduating Class and to all underclassmen. Enjoy summer vacation and an extra thank you to the staff for getting students through the year. Addition to Agenda: Liquor License - Library Report Consent Agenda: Motion to approve Consent Agenda by Kyle Hardy, seconded by Hovi Mitchell. All voted aye, motion carried. - April 2021 Regular Council Meeting Minutes - May 2021 Administration Committee Meeting Min- utes - May 2021 Police Committee Meeting Minutes May 2021 Public Works Meeting Minutes - May 2021 Financial Report Reading of the Bills: No discussion was had re- garding bills. Motion was made to approve bills by Blake Gottbreht, seconded by Kyle Hardy. All voted aye, mo- tion carried. CHK# ENTITY AMOUNT 059563 ADVANCED ENGINEERING & ENVIRON $11,980.85 059564 AG PAYROLLS 345.80 059565 BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA 2,793.42 059566 COAST TO COAST SOLUTIONS 124.86 059567 CENEX FLEET CARD 338.08 059568 CLIFF RUSH 550.00 059569 CNH INDUSTRIAL CAPITAL-R.IMP 117.73 059570 CORE 8 MAIN 411.07 059571 COLLIER INTERNATIONAL 200.00 059572 DAKOTA SUPPLY GROUP 201.17 059573 ERICA MCDOUGALL 1,419.00 .059574 DENNIS BERG 1,590.00 059575 FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS INC 23990 059576 GUARDIAN FLEET SAFETY 383.88 059577 GRAND FORKS UTILITY BILLING 130.00 059578 GUSTAFSON OIL 2,822.67 059579 HACH 331 .69 059580 HAWKINS INC 4,044.07 059581 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT— P 104.10 059582 LEGACY COOPERATIVE 149.73 059583 LEEVERS FOODS 34.51 059584 MALO ELECTRIC 10,563.29 059585 MALO ELECTRIC 1,182.43 059586 MUNRO ACE HARDWARE 68.28 059587 ND CHEMISTRY LAB 13.24 059588 NEAMEYER BODY SHOP 486.81 059589 NORTHERN PLAINS ELECTRIC 77.56 059590 NORTH DAKOTA ONE CALL 67.20 059591 O'I'I'ERTAIL POWER CO 7,630.99 059592 PROFESSIONAL DATA MANAGEMENT 1,180.00 059593 ROLLA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 9,029.97 059594 ROLETTE COUNTY SHERIFF OFFICE 280.00 059595 TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR 22.60 059596 TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR 926.26 059597 TURTLE MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS 595.69 059598 TUOMALA PLUMBING & HEATING 408.04 059599 TUOMALA PLUMBING HEATING 3,624.59 059600 WESTSIDE CSTORE 60.00 059601 WASTE MANAGEMENT 20,105.15 059602 WORKFORCE SAFETY INSURANCE $6,072.37 Engineering Report: AE2S Engineer Jim Olson dis- cussed the Water Plant issues, still waiting for Depart- ment of Health for blessing to move forward, information is needed to dig the north Wells 8 and 9 deeper. Per Cliff Rush, roughly 50 pounds a day more chemical is needed due to the quality of water from South Wells. A teleconference with Congressman Kelly Armstrong re- garding a grant for the street project was held with Mayor John Hardy, Jim Olson, and Auditor Erica Mc- Dougall, the City of Rolla was selected as atop pick for the grant, but due to the fund availability 'andjssues with budget at the 'federal level, no projects are getting funded right now. " ‘5 Committee Reports: Administrative Committee: - Training is going on in the office with the new per- sonnel. - Utility Billing is up to speed, DeputyAuditor Shelby Campbell will be taking this over. Rolla Community Center received bids for gutter replacement, a special meeting was held on May 7, 2021 to approve and accept the bid that was received. Financial Year 2017 Audit is being looked over in the Auditors office, should see some movement on this by the end of the month. Police Committee: Officer Trenton Gunville has resigned without no- tice effective immediately. Chief William Poitra discussed how current offi- cers will provide coverage for the city. - Officer Roberto Cantu is eligible for a 5% increase at his 90 day review, hire date was on February 1, 2021. Police Committee recommended the increase. Motion was made to approve 5% increase for Roberto Cantu by Blake Gottbreht, seconded by Kyle Hardy. Discussion was had with an issue presented by Rebecca Albert, the Employee Handbook states that reviews are available at 6 months, not at 90 days. Motion was rescinded by Blake Gottbreht, seconded motion was rescinded by Kyle Hardy. Motion is removed. - Officer Aryton Yozamp is recommended to coun- cil for the Sergeant position with retro pay to April 1, 2021. Per Chief William Poitra, Aryton has showed the ability to be a good candidate for Sergeant. Salary re- quested by committee for Officer Aryton Yozamp is $45,000. Motion to approve request by committee and Chief William Poitra for increase salary for Officer Aryton Yozamp to $45,000 with retro pay back to April 1, 2021 by Blake Gottbreht, seconded by Paula Wilkie. No fur- ther discussion was had. All voted aye, motion carried. Chief Poitra will continue to search for a new offi- cer. Request was brought forth by the Police Commit- tee to approve temporary overtime hours until position is filled. Discussion was had about limitations on overtime, concern about officer burnout, and scheduling. Motion to approve overtime for the police department until a new officer is hired and allow Police Chief William Poitra to be fiscally responsible in running his department was made by Blake Gottbreht, seconded by Paula Wilkie. No further discussion. All voted aye, motion carried. A review was done on the base wages for the Po- lice Department, as officers are being approached with other job opportunities. The city cannot compete with Stone Garden and Rolette Connty, but to improve officer retention, the city needs competitive wages to maintain long term officers. The City of Rolla needs departments that people want to work for. - Police Pursuit vehicle info was presented by Chief William Poitra, this quote is good for 30 days. COVID funds may help with this purchase. Public Works Committee: , - Two streetlights are damaged on the west end of town. There are police reports on incident on both poles. Insurance Agent Kevin Svingen gave information re- garding policy on fixing or replacing Streetlight poles. Auto owners insurance policy should cover damage. NDIRF has advised that most cities do not separately list Streetlight poles. Cliff Rush is doing research on re- placement poles. - Waste Management has contacted the city re- garding the unacceptable items that are being put in the garbage. Guidelines for Acceptable/Unacceptable Waste have been included in the Council Packet. Garbage pickup days are changing effective June 7, 2021 to Commercial pickup will be on Mondays and Thursdays, and Residential pickup will be on Tuesdays. Some issues at the Recycling center were discussed about non-residents dumping garbage at the center; - Performance review was done for Richard Patton. Public Works Committee recommended a 3% increase be approved by council. Motion to approve a 3% in- crease in pay for Richard Patton as recommended by Public Works Committee by Hovi Mitchell, seconded by Blake Gottbreht. Discussion was brought forth by Re- becca Albert regarding concern over IT pay and Building Inspector pay. Issues were resolved in discussion. All voted aye, motion carried. - Street Sweeper attachment for street maintenance was discussed. Mayor John Hardy, who works for Rolla Implement where quote of roughly $7,500 came from, excused himself and let Blake Gottbreht take over dis- cussion. A street sweeper attachment would help with snow removal on sidewalks and with asphalt patching. Blake Gottbreht discussed budget constraints and if there were any funds available. Auditor Erica McDougaIl discussed budget for Street Improvement fund and where monies would come from. Discussion was tabled until more information is received. - Asphalt patches are needed in several spots around town. Paula Wilkie discussed if funds are avail- able for patch work. Cliff Rush said the price for asphalt was the same this year as last year. This is necessary for the upkeep of the streets in town and budgeted for yearly. Cliff Rush said curbs need to be painted this year, approximate expense will be $2,500. Mayor John Hardy discussed the areas that need improvements, but budget needs to be reviewed by Cliff Rush and Auditor Erica McDougaIl as this is necessary to keep up the streets in town. Motion to paint curbs after review of budget by Rebecca Albert, seconded by Paula Wilkie. No further discussion. All voted aye, motion carried. Street Improvement Committee: - No discussion Motion to approve committee reports by Blake Got- tbreht, seconded by Kyle Hardy. No further discussion. All voted aye, motion carried. Old Business: Library Director Position was discussed at previ- ous council meeting with the approval of hiring Diana Lange as Library, Director. The library board recom- mended a wage of $12.50 per hour for Diana Lange. Motion to approve the wage recommended by the Li- brary Board of $12.50 per hour by Hovi Mitchell, sec- onded by Blake Gottbreht. No further discussion. All voted aye, motion carried. New Business: Gaming Permits — City Council has the authority to decide‘which entity site authorization to approve. Revi- talize Rolla, Munich Area Development Corporation, and Dunseith Community Betterment have all submitted Gaming Site Authorizations within city limits. - Revitalize Rolla submitted Gaming Site Authori- zation for Prairie Lanes Restaurant and Lounge and the Viking Inn. Discussion was had regarding intentions of Revitalize Rolla and where funds would be directed within the community. Revitalize Rolla wants to improve the community. Dunseith Community Betterment submitted Gam- ing Site Authorization for the Main Street Saloon. - Munich Area Development Corporation submitted Gaming Site Authorization for Main Street Saloon, Prairie Lanes, and the \fiking Inn. Matt Mitzel stated that Munich Area Development Corporation has provided services for this area for over 20 years. Discussion was had about where funds were distributed in the commu- nity over the past year. Matt Mitzel discussed regulations based off of the Century Code and information from the League of Cities. Much discussion was had with the Mu- nich Area Development Corporation. Council discussed requests and decisions of the business owners where the gaming sites would be and what is best for the community. Motion to approve garn- ing site authorization for the following entities: Motion to approve Gaming Site Authorization for Revitalize Rolla for Prairie Lanes Restaurant and Lounge by Blake Gottbreht, seconded by Hovi Mitchell. No further discussion. All voted aye, motion carried. - Motion to approve Gaming Site Authorization for Revitalize Rolla for the Viking Inn by Blake Gottbreht, seconded by Hovi Mitchell. No further discussion. All voted aye, motion carried. - Motion to approve Gaming Site Authorization for Dunseith Community Betterment for Main Street Saloon by Kyle Hardy, seconded by Blake Gottbreht. No further discussion. All voted aye, motion carried. Garbage Day Changes were discussed during Public Works Committee. - Building Permits GMS Building LLC submitted a Building Permit Application for Parcel Number 29-0028—29867-0002. Motion to approve Bailding Permit for Parcel Number 29- 0028-298670002 as stated on the application by Blake Gottbreht, seconded by Kyle Hardy. No further discus- sion. All voted aye, motion carried. Romel Canapi submitted a Building Permit Appli- cation for Parcel Number 29-0006-29421-000. Motion to approve Building Permit for Parcel Number 29-0006- 29421-000 as stated on the application by Blake Got- tbreht, seconded by Kyle Hardy. No further discussion. All voted aye, motion carried. Neameyer Storage submitted a Building Permit Application for Parcel Number 29-0004—29280-000 and Parcel Number 29-0004-29282-010. Motion to approve Building Permit for Parcel Number 29-0004-29280-000 and Parcel Number 29000429282010 as stated on the application by Paula Wilkie, seconded by Hovi Mitchell. No further discussion. All voted aye, motion car- ried. Annual Drinking Water Quality Report was dis- cussed and attached in the council packet. This is avail- able at the Auditors Office upon request. Additions to Agenda: - Liquor License — no information - Library Director Rebecca Sheridan discussed the Library Report presented to the council and the benefits of the library to the community. Rebecca Sheridan has resigned her position with the city effective end of May. Meeting adjourned at 9:12 pm. A'I'I'EST: John Hardy, Mayor Erica McDougall, City Auditor (July 5, 2021) Tower construction NOTICE OF CONSTRUC’RON OF rowan E, Xcel Energy intends to construct a Sélf-fiu‘p-i pqugb‘stmctiqn light coan radartctINerjpflteyiginity 107th48t; NE and (ZR-23. Rolla, Rolette‘gounty, ND} 583677‘N48-57-531/W99-37-325. Xcel Energyis pub-§ Iishing this notice in accordance with Federal Commu-l nications Commission regulations (47CFR § 1.1307) for Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and for the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Parties interested in commenting on the poten- ‘ tial effects of this Federal undertaking on historic prop- erties should contact: Kathy Bellrichard, Tetra Tech, 2001 Killebrew Dr., Ste 141, Bloomington, MN 55425, kathy.bellrichard @tetratechcom 612-643-2233. (July 5, 2021) NDCF accepting grant requests The North Dakota Community: Foundation is now accepting appli» cations for grants from its Statewide ' Greatest Needs Fund. Eligible or-' ganizations in the state include those designated by the IRS Code as 501(c)(3) non—profit tax ' exempt groups, government agencies, such as a park district or school district, or an organization that has one of the above acting as its fiscal sponsor. Applications are submitted online at www.NDCF.net/receive/SWGN. The NDCF Board of Directors will review the applications and make final decisions at their fall meeting. Grants are generally $5,000 or less and delivered in late October. Estab- lished in 1976, the North Dakota Community Foundation manages over $115 million in assets for the betterment of North Dakota commu- nities and citizens. It has awarded a total of over $84 million in grants since its inception. ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND ADMINISTRATIVE RULES relating to the Licensing Of Unmanned Aerial Applicator Businesses North Dakota Aeronautics Commission will hold a public hearing to address proposed changes to the ND. Admin. Code. North Dakota Aeronautics Commission Office 2301 University Drive Building 22 ' Bismarck, ND Tues., Aug. 10th, 2021 9:00 am. A copy of the proposed rules may be requested by calling 701-328-9650. Also, written comments may be submitted to PO. Box 5020, Bismarck, ND 58502 untilAugust 20th, 2021. If you plan to attend the public hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contadthe North DakotaAeronaulics Corn- mission at the above telephone number or address at least one day prior to the public hearing. ' Dated this 2nd day of June, 2021. Kyle Wanner North Dakota Aeronautics Commission Director Peggy Schell Floyd Aldrich, of Parkers Prairie, Minnesota, came to the home of his cousin, Judy Boe, on Wednesday for a visit. Floyd left to return home Friday afternoon. Kevin and Margarita Beachy, of Ohio, left for home on Thursday, after visiting his parents, Dwight and Verna Beachy and attending the Ed Slaubaugh funeral service. Wednesday eVening Dwight, Kevin, and Margarita joined Milford and Joyce Yoder, of rural Wolford, Sterling Beachy, Merle and Dorécn Beachy, and Leon and Jeanna Beachy at the home of Ward and Carol Beachy. They en— joyed singing around the campfire. Shirley Yodcr and Cynthia Miller, both of rural Wol- ford, and Sterling Beachy were Sunday noon lunch guests of Ward and Carol Beachy. Carol Knudson went to Devils Lake Friday evening , where she attended the wedding of her son, Leo Knud- son, to Kate Shirek at the Knights of Columbus building. A reception and dance followed the wedding. Carol re- turned home on Saturday. Friday Ervin and RuthAnn Helmuth went into Rolette. RuthAnn attended daily Mass and then joined Ervin and the regulars at Linda’s for breakfast. Sunday after Massin’Rolcttc Ervin and RuthAnn Hel- muth went to the Chocolate Shop in Bisbec for breakfast. Tom Peterson joined them there, and visited at the Hel- muth home that afternoon. Ervin Helmuth attended the Hawk Museum meeting Sunday evening at the museum. Tom Peterson accompanied Ervin and RuthAnn Hel- muth to Rugby on Wednesday where they were among those at the Cottage for the Graber and Friends breakfast. After doing some shopping they returned through Rolette where they had their senior meals dinner before going home . Saturday Daniel and Darla Armstrong went to Devils Lake to the Ramsey County 4-H Expo and watched their ’ : granddaughter, Cora Buchweitz, of rural Munich, show her animals. Cora won several awards including Grand Champion steer, Reserve Champion heifer, Overall Fe- male Dairy heifer, and Overall Female Milking goat. Afterwards Daniel and Darla went to their camper on Devils Lake. Terry and Debbie Armstrong, of‘ Devils Lake, joined them and the two couples celebrated their wedding anniversaries together. Their anniversaries were on Sunday. Kevin and Dianne Johnson, of rural Rolla, came to the campsite of her sister, Darla, and Daniel Armstrong Sat- urday evening and were overnight guests. They fished Sunday morning and returned home later that day. Torn Peterson visited Daniel and Darla Armstrong Sunday evening and again Tuesday evening. Joan Anfinson went to MInot on Wednesday and picked up her sisters , J anc Ormiston, of Mlnot, and Jacky Klingbcil, of Lake Metigoshe, and they traveled to Bis- marck to the home of the ladies’ brother, Daryl, and Brenda Foster. Wednesday afternoon they joined Daryl and Brenda and some of the Fosters’ friends for a pon- toon ride on the Missouri River. The three sisters were overnight guests of Daryl and Brenda. Thursday morning Joan, Jane, Jacky, and Brenda went out for breakfast and did some shopping while Daryl went to work. The gals joined Daryl for lunch before leaving that afternoon to re- turn to their respective homes. The trip was in honor of Joan and Jane’s June 21st birthdays. Curt and Marilyn Walsh, of Rolette, Cathy Anfinson, of rural Cando, Carol Berg, of Towner, and Ed Volk, of Knox, met Curt and Joan Anfinson at the Cottage in Rugby‘ for lunch on Monday for a belated celebration of Joan’s birthday. Klang Benson was involved with the children’s musi- cal at the Audi Theater in Cando Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Deceptive offers, outright scams plaguetraVel season d Are you planning a summer vaca- tion? As you do your research online and begin to make reservations for lodging, flights and more, keep an eye out for deceptive offers and out- right scams. Be especially wary when using third—party hotel booking sites and watch for lookalike websites for ho— tels, airlines and popular travel com- panies. Many scam sites mimic major travelcdritp‘any' websites, so carefully check “at website’s‘URL. Scam sites may use “domain spoof— ing” tricks such as an extra letter in the address. Or, the bogus website might have an odd spelling or gram— matical errors. It’s best to book on the official website of a hotel, airline or other travel business, or use a reputable third—party booking site. Don’t book on an unfamiliar travel site until you’ve checked it out. 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