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Page 12 The Star August 16, 2021 Summons and Affidavit NOTICE OF SUMMONS IN DISTRICT COURT. NORTHEAST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COUNTY OF ROLETI'E STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA State of North Dakota and ) Irene Bear Runner, ) ) Summons Plaintiffs, ) vs. ) Civil No. ) Daneen Delonne, ) Defendant, ) The State of North Dakota to Daneen Delorrne: You are summoned and required to defend against the attached Complaint by sewing an Answer, which is a written response, on the State of North Dakota and Irene Bear Runner within 21 days after service of this Summons and by also filing that Answer with the court. If you do not serve and file an Answer, the court can grant the requests made in the Complaint by ordering that a default judgment be entered against you. Dated this 7th day of July, 2020 Courtney Evenson Special Assistant Attorney General Bar ID. Number: 08764 1820 Walnut St. E Ste. #4 Devils Lake, ND 58301I Phone: (701) 328-5440 devilslakecse@nd.gov “ Attorney for the Child Support Program NOTICE OF AFFIDAVIT IN DISTRICT COURT, NORTHEAST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COUNTY OF ROLETI'E STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA State of North Dakota and ) Irene Bear Runner, I ) Affidvit for Plaintiffs. ) Publication vs. ) Civil No. ) Daneen Delonne, ) Defendant, ) 1. Vincent Knuth, being first duly sworn, deposes and states as follows: 2. I am the attorney for the Regional Child Support Field Office of Devils Lake, North Dakota representing the State of North Dakota pursuant to N.D.C.C. Sections 14-09-0926 and 14-09-0927. I make this affidavit to satisfy the requirements of Rule 4(e)(2), N.D.R.Civ.P. 3. I am familiar with the facts of this case. . 4. This matter involves an action against the defen- dant to address the issues of child support and medical support. . 5. A Complaint commencing this action has been filed with the Clerk of Court in Rolette County. North Dakota. 6. After diligent inquiry, personal service of the Sum- mons cannot be made upon the defendant in the State of North Dakota to my bestknowledge, information and belief. 7. The Court has personal and subject matter juris- diction of this matter over the parties pursuant to Rule 4(e)(1)(F), N.D.R.Civ.P. 8. The defendhnt's last reasonably ascertainable address is DANEEN DELORME 420 N. STROMEN ST CYRUS, MN 56323—4638 9. I declare, under penalty of perjury under the law of North Dakota, that the foregoing is true and correct. Signed on the 2ch day of June, 2021, at Devils Lake. North Dakota, United States of America: r r Vincent Knuth , Special Assistant Attorney General ’ E' Bar ID. Number: 09274 1820 Walnut St. E Ste. #4 Devils Lake, ND 58301 Phone: (701) 328-5440 devilslakecse@nd.gov Attorney for the Child Support Program (August 16, 23 and 30, 2021) Summons and Affidavit NOTICE OF SUMMONS IN DISTRICT COURT, NORTHEAST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COUNTY OF ROLE'IT E STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the interest of O.B.D. and A.K.D., Minor Children State of North Dakota, and I .) Summons Plaintiff, ) vs. ) Civil No. ) Kaitlynn M. DeCoteau, ) .» ) Defendant, ) The State of North Dakota to Kaitlynn M. De- Coteau: You are summoned and required to defend against the attached Complaint by sewing an Answer, which is a written response, on the State of North Dakota within 21 days after service of this Simmons and by also filing that Answer with the court. If you do not serve and file an Answer, the court can grant the requests made in the Complaint by ordering that a default judgment be en- tered against you. Dated this 21st day of June, 2021 Vincent Knuth Special Assistant Attorney General Bar ID. Number: 09274 1820 Walnut St. E. Devils Lake. ND 58301 Phone: (701) 328-5440 devilslakecse@nd.gov Attorney for the Child Support NOTICE OF AFFIDAVIT IN DISTRICT COURT. NORTHEAST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COUNTY OF ROLETTE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the interest of GED. and A.K.D., Minor Children State of North Dakota. Affidvit for Publication Civil No. Plaintiff, VS. Kaitlynn M. DeCoteau, Defendant, 1. Vincent Knuth, being first duly swom. deposes’ and states as follows: 2. I am the attorney for the North Dakota Child Sup- port Division representing the State of North Dakota pur— suant to N.D.C.C. Sections 14-09-0926 and 14-09-0927. I make this affidavit to satisfy the require- ments of Rule 4(e)(2), N.D.R.Civ.P. 3: I am familiar with the facts of this case. 4. This matter involves an action against the defen- dant to address the issues of child support and medical support. 5. A Complaint commencing this action has been filed with the Clerk of Court in Rolette County, North Dakota. 6. After diligent inquiry. personal service of the Sum- mons cannot be made upon the defendant in the State of North Dakota to my best knowledge, information, and belief. 7. The Court has personal and subject matter juris- diction of this matter over the parties pursuant to Rule 4(e)(1)(F), N.D.R.Civ.P. 8. The defendant's last reasonably ascertainable address is 2814 8th Strett N. Apartment #4, Fargo, North Dakota, 58102. 9. declare, under penalty of perjury under the law of North Dakota, that the foregoing is true and correct. Signed on the 23rd day of July, 2021, at Devils Lake. North Dakota, United States of America. Vincent Knuth Special Assistant Attorney General Bar ID. Number: 09274 1820 Walnut St. E Ste. #4 Devils Lake, ND 58301 Phone: (701) 328-5440 devilslakecse@nd.gov Attorney for the Child Support Program (August 16, 23 and 30, 2021) Dunseith City .Council REGULAR MEETING JULY 12, 2021, 6:00 PM AT THE CITY HALL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Jesse Marion, Coun- cil persons Christopher Strong, Randy Vivier and George Gottbreht. ‘ MEMBERS ABSENT: Councilperson Lagerquist. OTHERS PRESENT: Chief Corben House, Daryl Azure and Loren Baumgartner. CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Jesse Marion. MINUTES: After reading, Council person Strong made the motion to approve the Minutes as read, 2nd by iner and carried. g FINANCIAL REPORTS: After review, Councilper- son Strong made the motion to approve the June Fi- nancial Reports, 2nd by Vivier and carried. Carl BILLS: After review, Councilperson Strong made the motion to approve the bills as listed, 2nd by Vivier and carried. Following is a list of bills approved for pay- ment: DSM Inc. 6897.00 Kurt Lagerquist 2346.50 Keith Benning 375.00 BC BS 2150.80 TM Communications 306.49 Ottertail 2287.24 North Central 435.00 Dale’s 1031 .36 Hawkins 592.85 Amen Pride 134.80 Turtle Mt. Star 521.33 Unum 22.76 GF Laboratory 26.00 Spectrum 127.84 TM Communications 51.19 Sinclair 331.20 ND One Call 6.00 Mid States Wireless 1600.00 ND Health Dept. 34.43 State Fire Tornado 7492.00 State Fire Tornado 2001.00 Runnings 21.99 Hawkins 796.38 Marc 334.11 Sanitation Products 250.00 Mayo Construction 16906.50 GARDEN TAP/DARYL AZURE: At this time, Mr. Daryl Azure was present expressing interest in pur- chasing the two City owned lots North of the Garden Tap. Mr. Azure was informed to complete a Building Per- mit and return to our August Meeting. JUDGE’S REPORT: After reviewing the June Fine Collections and Court Appearances, Councilperson Vivier made the motion to approve the Judge’s Report, 2nd by Strong and carried. POLICE REPORT: At this time, Chief House in- formed the City Council of the possibility of receiving Body Cameras from the City of Mandan, thus putting our purchase on-hold for the time being. After discussion, Councilperson Vivier made the motion to purchase the printer, housing and accessories for the mobile printers, 2nd by Strong and carried. Chief House will see that arrangements are made for the ve- hicles to be taken to Minot for this service. Approximate cost for both units being $700.00. Discussed the pros and cons of a time clock. A “Park Closed at 10:00 PM" sign will be ordered and installed. Still awaiting the “Use of Force” test for Savon Flansburg. This test is schedule to be taken in McHenry County. Councilperson WVier informed the City CoLlncil that the Belcourt Police Department is sending an Officer to the Taser Energy Weapon Basic Instructor Course, and will see that all Dunseith Officers become certified. Juvenile Referrals are being completed. It was suggested that the Police Vehicles not park on the West Side of the City Hall and that the Officers do not hang—out in the City Auditor's Office. With no further business, Councilperson Strong made the motion to ap- prove the Police Report, 2nd by Vivier and carried. NURSING HOME REPORT: After reviewing the Ad- visory Board Minutes and the Financial Reports, Coun- cil person Strong made the motion to approve the Nursing Home Report. 2nd by Vivier and carried. CITY MAINTENANCE: It was discussed installing a 2.5 hp. pump in the developed Habberstad Well. Fur- ther discussion will be held with Kurt Lagerquist. Water seems to be keeping up. Sewer System working well. Brief discussion was held on the Industrial Building. Kurt will see that the area is mowed and trimmed, as there are scheduled visitors soon. Kurt will get estimates on the hydrant replace— ment/repair and the flower pot, which were damaged duringranaccident. These will be ‘Ionrvarded to Chief House. i “.40th will see that a sign, with the‘Dakota Park . “HOURS” is ordered. The Park is tg be closed at 10:00 PM. With no further business, Council person Gotlbreht made the motion to approve the City Maintenance Report, 2nd by Strong and carried . BUDGET COMMITIEE: At this time, Councilperson Gotlbreht made the motion to appoint the City Council as the City‘s Budget Committee, 2nd by Strong and carried. R0. CO. REDISTRICTING REPRESENTATIVE: After discussion, Council person Strong made the mo- tion to appoint Councilperson Randy Vivier as the City’s Representative for the redistricting process for County Commission Districts, 2nd by Gotlbreht and carried. Council person Vivier will be paid $100.00. MOTION CORRECTION (June 10,2021 Meeting): At the June 10, 2021 there was an incomplete motion left on the table; Council person Gotlbreht made the motion to table the motion made by Council person Vivier, to allow the ND Billiard Foundation to place E-tab machines in the Garden Tap; Roll Call: Gotlbreht "yes" Lagerquist "yes" Vivier “no” Strong “no” Marion "no" Motion died. ADJOURN: With no further business, Councilper- son Strong made the motion to adjourn the Meeting, 2nd by Gotlbreht and carried. The Meeting adjourned at 7:50 pm. Shelley Counts, City Auditor Jesse Marion, Mayor ' (August 16, 2021) ABBREVIATED NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT AND REPEAL ADMINISTRATIVE RULES RELATING TO GRAIN WAREHOUSES AND GRAIN BUYERS, MOSS BALLS, INDUSTRIAL HEMP, AND PESTICIDE North DakOta Department of Agriculture will hold a public hearing to add'ess proposed changes to the ND. Administrative Code. Fort Lincoln Room State Capitol Boilding 600 East Boulevard Ave. Bismarck, ND 58505 Mon., Sept. 13, 2021 8:30 am. A copy of the proposed rules may be obtained by writing the North Dakota Department of Agriculture or calling 701-328-4764. ‘Also, written comments may be submitted to North Dakota Department of Agriculture Attn: Rules Coordinator, 600 E. Boulevard Ave, Dept 602 Bismarck, ND 58505-0020 until September 24, 2021. If you plan to attend the public hearing and will need special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the North Dakota Department of Agriculture at the above telephone number or address at least three days prior to the public hearing. Dated this 2nd day ofAugust, 2021. Doug Goehring Agriculture Commissioner Map tools ayailable to'identlfy land posted electronically Hunters should take note of the map tools available to identify elec- tronically posted private land before venturing out in the field this fall. Brian Hosek, North Dakota Game and Fish Department business opera- tions manager, said map resources, mobile applications and printable maps can be found on the depart- ment’s website. . “We do provide a few different tools on our website, and each have different strengths, such as some re- quire cell service while others can work offline, others offer the ability to determine who posted the land or a point of contact,” Hosek said. “And you can still pull down that print ma- terial for those who do not prefer to use these technologies.” ArcGIS Explorer and Avenza are nationally used applications that will show content the Game and Fish De- partment publishes, Hosek said. In these applications, users will need to search “NDGF” to find content pub- lished by the department. The elec- tronic posting information is included in the published Private Lands Open To Sportsmen map serv- ices. This information will appear, as well as public lands, including lands NDSU launches Aging The AIC Project is an initiative to improve the quality of life for older adults who wish to stay in their rural homes and communities. NDSU Ex- tension will work with community stakeholders in two rural communi- ties to identify solutions to rural aging issues. The project will be pi- loted in the Lisbon area and rural Morton County. The project is based on a success- ful model of community-based care in rural North Dakota, called Com- munity of Care, that has proven to help older adults live with autonomy and dignity. The Community of Care model will be adapted and/or repli- cated in the two pilot communities and be evaluated for effectiveness, replicability and sustainability. A project of this type is greatly needed in North Dakota, according to Jane Strommen, NDSU Extension gerontology specialist. “North Dakota is faced with unique challenges in caring for and about its older residents,” she says. “Two—thirds of its counties are desig— nated as frontier (less than six resi— dents per mile). A documented shift of the state’s population from rural counties to urban areas has resulted in a higher proportion of older adults in small towns and sparsely popu— lated locations.” Between 2019 and 2029, the state’s population of people 65 and older is projected to increase by 32 percent. In contract, the working-age population (ages 20 to 64) is pro- jected to decrease from 59 percent in 2016 to 55 percent in 2029, placing additional burdens on a critical work- force shortage. In addition, the state’s budget has been impacted by slumping economics in its major industries: agriculture and oil production. The COVID- 19 pandemic also has placed undue burdens on the state’s econ- omy and its people. “Assuring North Dakota is a good Not too big. not too smaIIl Willi the 2x2 Nefwork, you can get ’em all! Run an ad this size in 0 ALL NORTH DAKOTA NEWSPAPERS for only $700! (Regions also available.) 35% Contact this paper for details. enrolled in PLOTS. Hunters should note that electron- ically posted lands are identified in orange crosshatch when using these mapping tools. OnX Hunt, another nationally used hunting application, has indicated they will include electronically posted land for the 2021 hunting season. “OnX is an app that many hunters subscribe to and have purchased. It’s another mapping tool that offers many great features, such as collect- ing, sharing waypoints and the ability to work offline,” Hosek said. “Hunters have the option to redeem a free three-month subscription lo- cated in the Inbox of My Account on our website. This subscription can be redeemed at any time prior to the end of the year.” Hosek mentioned the Game and Fish website, gf.nd.gov, has a wealth of information on mapping tools. “There is a subscription piece for News and Alerts that you can sign up for to check for map updates. Then you will receive alerts of any map up— dates when the content is published he added. “This is important with the Avenza app, as it uses content down— loaded to the device to work offline.” in Community prOject place to live and age well is a com- plex problem needing an integrated and collabOrative solution,” Strom- men says. This initiative is supported in part by a $1.51 million, three-year grant from MargaretA. Cargill Philanthro- pics. NOTICE TO ACCEPT SEALED BIDS THE DUNSEITH PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 WILL BE ACCEPTING SEALED, BIDS ON THE FOLLOWING CONSTRUCTION PROJECT. 0 REPLACING AND INSTALLATION OF SIDEWALK CONCRETE AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PLAY- GROUND, APARTMENT SIDEWALK, AND DUMPSTER PAD.‘ PLEASE SEND SEALED BIDS TO EVAN PELTIER, DUNSEITH PUBLIC SCHOOL, P.O., BOX 789, DUN- SEITH, ND 58329 BY MONDAY, AUGUST 30TH, 2021 AT 3:00 PM. PLEASE VISIT WITH GENE NADEAU WITH THE SPECIFIC DETAILS AND THE SCOPE OF WORK. THE BOARD RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS. BY ORDER OF THE DUNSEITH BOARD OF EDUCATION. DATED AT DUNSEITH THIS THIS 9TH DAY OF AUGUST 2021. TURTLE MOUNTAIN HOUSINGAUTHORITY, T.D.H.E. A TRIBALLY DESIGNATED HOUSING ENTITY P.O. BOX 620 - 1M MILE SOUTH ON HWY. 5 ' BELCOURT. NORTH DAKOTA 68313 TELEPHONE 701-477-5073 ADMINISTRATION OFFICE FAX 701 —0193 NOTICE TO TMHA TENANTS TMHA NEW BELLE UNIT LOTTERY 2021 TMHA has completed eight (8) new homes which will be ready for occupancy in the next several weeks. TMHA has chosen to award these new units via a “transfer-lottery” to existing tenants who have demonstrated outstanding compliance with their lease and kept up-to-date on all of their rent payments. Rental units vacated by any household awarded a transfer-lottery unit will be assigned to the next eligible applicant families on the low—rent waiting lists. WHO’S ELIGIBLE?: To be eligible for the transfer-lottery, the applicant (existing TMHA tenant(s)) must meet all of the following criteria: Must be an existing TMHA tenant of three (3) years or longer; Must not been in arrears in their individual tenant accounts receivables (TARs) during the previous year (12 months). . . ..thc tenant cannot owe back rent and must be completely up-todatc on all rental payments at the time of application for the transfer-lottery; Must not have received a lease violation or warning or notice in the last five years. Tenants must not have any outstanding tenancy issues, as determined by TMHA; Must be income eligible at the time of transfer (80% AMI) (re-certification may be required); and Must be eligible for occupancy in a three bedroom unit. This is determined by existing family composition on current lease. No one may be added to the lease in order to become eligible. TMHA will review and process the tenantvfilcs and accounts receivables to determine which existing tenant households meet these guidelines, and will be entered in the transfer-lottery. NOTIFICATION OF ENTRY INTO TRANSFER-LOTTERY: Once TMHA has identified all eligible low-income rental households, the head of household will be notified in writing of their eligibility and ask to return a written confirmation that, if they are selected in the lottery, the household agrees to accept the award and voluntarily move into the new unit. A household may also choose to decline entry into the transfer-lottery if they wish to remain in their current rental unit. AWARDING OF TRANSFERS TO NEW UNITS: Once TMHA receives all written confirmations (or denials) from all eligible households, the lottery will be conducted (by a public drawing) from the pool of eligible households who continued their willingness to accept transferring into a new housing unit. The selection process will be “blind” and not identify lottery entrants by name until the awardees have been selected. TRAN SFERRING TO A NEW UNIT: Awardec households will be required to sign a new lease; and comply with all other TMHA tenant requirements, including income reccrtification, if necessary. TMHA reserves the right to withdraw a transfer-lottery award if it determines that incorrect or incomplete information has been received from the household in which case a replacement household may be selected by the same process from among the eligible pool. REQUESTING TO BE CONSIDERED: Send letter of interest to participate to TMHA no later than August 25, 2021, attention .Iolic Haggarty. Request must be in writing and submitted to the Main Office, Attn: Jolie. QUESTIONS/POINT OF CONTACT: Please contact Jolie H with any questions. aggcrty, Occupancy Director, at TMHA 701—477—5673 _T_.______