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September 27, 2021 The Star Page 14 Notice of leasing NOTICE OF LEASING STATE SCHOOL LANDS The Board of University and School Lands will offer the following lands for lease in Rolette Cc. Ac Term Rant ELstoRTHueossj 4 NE4 I 152 5 2384 15 NE4 160 5 2504 worsanaruscni , 11 51:4 160 5 1933 36 9.174 1 160 5 .1205 MARYVILEIIGIJOI 14 NW4 160 5 2273 23 NE4 160 .5 1977 24 52554.- sw4se4: se4sw4 160 5 1683 RUSSELL [161-72] 3 stW4 80 5 1252 4 52554 60 5 1252 11 NW4 160 5 1430 11 SW4 160 5 1173 MT PLEASANT [162-69) 27 N25E4 70 5 1109 GILBERT [162-75] 16 NE4 160 5 965 16 NW4 157 s 762 HUTCHINSON 1164-71) 36 N54 150 5 53a Noxious weeds may be preseth on all tracts of Trust Land. The Surface Lease requires control of noxious weeds. Cost» share is available for approved treatrnent'costs on Trust Lands. ' Auctioneer will read specific recpirements at the auction. The public lease auction will be held In the Courthouse, Commissioner's Room at Bella, ND. onMonday, October 25, 2021 at 4:00 PM CT. Other than the descriptions of the lands to be auctioned, the information contained In this advertlsanent may be revised prior to the auction upon further review by the North Dakota Department of Trust Lands Any such revisions will be announced at the auction and will be binding upon the bidders. Biddirg will bqln at minimum rent: 1st year’s rent must be paid In full immediately after the sale. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. ' For more Information, vIslthttps://Iand.nd.gov or call (701) 328-2800. For auxiliary aids and services, plse call by 10/18/2021. 7/27/2021 Jodi Smlth Land Commissioner (September 27 Oct 4, 11, 18, 2021) Dunseith School Board DUNSEITHSCHOOL DISTRICT #1 ' P.O. BOX 789 DUNSEITH, ND 58329 REGULAR MEETING AUGUST 11, 2021 . A regular school board meeting was held on Wednesday, August 11th, 2021 at 5:30 pm. in the Dun- seith Elementary School Library. Board members present were: Clarence Counts, Francis Amyotte. Roger Counts, Chris Strong, Lori Davis, Frank Gladue, and Gaillord Peltier. Administrators present: Dennis DeCoteau, Can- dace Peltier, Tracey Laducer, Geri Peltier. Kerry Azure, and David Sjol. . Otherspresent: Holly Poitra, Nicole Poitra, Shan- non Azure, Dustin Charbonneau, Cheryl Norquay, Eric Morin, Evan Peltier, Aaliyah Selburg, and Mike Selburg. Approval of Agenda, Gaillord moved to accept the agenda, seconded by Roger. All in favor, motion carried. Reading of Minutes, Gaillord moved to accept the Reading of Minutes with conection made to July 13th minutes, seconded by Roger. All in favor, motion carried. If" Communications: ‘ ‘ Special Board Minutes approval, Gaillord moved to accept July 19th, 2021 minutes, seconded by Clarence. All in favor, motion carried. Special Board Minutes approval, Francis moved to accept July 26th, 2021 minutes, seconded by Clarence. All in favor, motion carried Special Board Minutes approval, Chris moved to accept July 28th, 2021 minutes, seconded by Roger. All in favor, motion carried. - Correction needed on Building Committee Minutes. New Business: Dunseith Day School Bills were presented. Chris moved to accept bills, seconded by Gaillord. All in favor, motion carried. Candace would like to have an option for students that are under 12 years old or has medical conditions where they can work from home. Virtual Academic's is the option she would like to utilize and would cost around $800 per student, Chris moved to accept Can- dace’s proposal, seconded by Gaillord. All in favor, motion carried. NAFIS Conference in Washington DC is scheduled for September 191h.2Pt, 2021. Mr. Sjol will be going along with one more person. Resignation, Candace received a resignation from Michelle Poitra, Gaillord moved to accept resignation with normal penalty of $1750.00, seconded by ChrisAll in favor, motion carried. Candace asked if Michelle returns can the penalty be NullNoid, board stated yes it may be waived. Resignation: Mr. Sjol received resignation from Michael Selburg, from his IT position and teaching con- tract for teaching. Frank- moved to accept resignation with $750 penalty and advertise for position in-house for 5 days, if no interest then advertise out, seconded by Roger. -. Roll Call Vote, Roger=Y, Francis=Y, Chris=Y, Frank=Y, Gaillord=Y, Clarence=N, majority vote, motion carried. Received 1 year leave of absent for medical rea-r sons request from Clarence Azure, from August 301h, 2021 until May 30th, 2022. Gaillard moved to accept the leave with advertising for a temporary driver, seconded- by Clarence. All in favor, motion carried. Hiring, Mr. DeCoteau stated that we had two nurse interviews, recommendation was to hire Jerrica Azure who has an LPN degree. Gaillard moved to accept rec- ommendation, seconded by Frank. All in favor, motion carried. Hiring, Mrs. Laducer received 1 application for 51h grade teacher, Donald Antrum, recommended that we hire him for 51h grade. Clarence moved to accept the recommendation based on condition to be released from contract by Friday, seconded by Gaillard. All in favor, motion carried. Hiring, Candace received two applicants for Para- Educator positions at the Day School, first one is Heather Gladue, rebommendation is to‘hire her. Frank moved to hire Heather, seconded by Gaillard. All in favor, motion carried. Candace had a 2nd Para-Educator ap- plicant, which was McKayIa Peltier, recommended to hire her. Frank moved to hire Mckayla, seconded by Chris. All in favor, motion carried. Mr. Sjol would like to advertise for a Student Well- ness, Family Facilitator, and At—Risk Liaison, which would be funded through a grant. Gaillard motioned to advertise for the position, seconded by Clarence. All in favor, .motion carried. . Preliminary Budget and Tax Levy, Chris motioned to accept the Preliminary Budget and Tax Levy, sec- onded by Gaillard. All in favor, motion carried. Dunseith Public School Bills were presented by Evan: CHECKrf ENTITY AMOUNT 74091 ACKERMAN ESTVOLD 440.00 74092 ADVANCED BUSINESS METHODS, INC. 302.04 74093 DEBRA AUSTIN 686.60 74094 KERRY AZURE 336.60 74095 CIMBERLY BERG 150.00 74096 BOTTINEAU PLUMBING AND HEATING 452.48 74097 COAST TO COAST . COMPUTER PRODUCTS, 507.92 74093 DUNSEITH HARDWARE 3,720.46 74099 AMBER GIRON 955.00 74100 GRAINGER 70.23 74101 HAMPTON INN a SUITES 190.94 74102 HARLOWS BUS SALES INC. 1,004.32 74103 HOUGHTON MIFFLIN HARCOURT 3,004.10 74104 JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC. 3,290.00 74105 JOYCE SHINING ONESIDE 296.60 74106 TRACY LADUCER 336.60 74107 LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS 1,225.20 74108 Terry Marion 325.00 74109 MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEMICAL CORP. 111.09 74110 MUNROE BUILDERS 330.00 74111 OTTERTAIL POWER 00. 6,591.35 74112 COLE PAPERS 268.46 74113 QUALITY INN 246.80 74114 REALLY GOOD STUFF, LLC 499.47 74115 DAVID SJOL 67.20 74116 STACY COUNTS 2,600.00 74117 TEACHER DIRECT 274.88 1. 1 74118 .THORSRUD SUPPLY COMPANY INC. 101.16 74119 TURTLE MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS 803.93 74120 TURTLE MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS 1,727.00 74121 ALL NATIONS OFFICE 309.00 74122 KERRY AZURE. 336.00 74123 CITY OF DUNSEITH 1,465.00 74124 THE COMPUTER STORE, INC. 3,212.46 74125 COUNTRY SUITES BISMARCK 95.04 74126 BRITTANY DECOTEAU 336.00 74127 DEVILS LAKE GLASS 8 PAINT C0. 725.00 74128 HARLOWS BUS SALES INC. 54.90 74129 TRACY LADUCER ' 336.00 74130 MENARDS - MINOT 325.51 74131 COLE PAPERS 1,538.67 74132 SCHOLASTIC CLASSROOM MAGAZINE . 2,555.72 74133 SCHOOL NURSE SUPPLY, INC. 260.02 74134 DAVIS SINCLAIR 286.00 74135 THORSRUD SUPPLY COMPANY INC. 5.00 74136 BILL TUTI'LE 336.00 74156 ACME TOOLS- MINOT 599.94 74157 ALL NATIONS OFFICE 56.00 74158 APPLE, INC. 377.95 74159 KERRY AZURE 171.55 74160 CITY OF BOTTINEAU 55.70 74161 THE COMPUTER STORE, INC. 405.00 74162 MENARDS - MINOT 325.95 74163 MTC LUMBER AND . HARDWARE 1,389.50 74164 MUNROE BUILDERS 5,974.75 74165 DAVID NADEAU 140.00 74166 KEVIN NELSON 340100 74167 COLE PAPERS 2,462.28 74168 PRESTWICK HOUSE 193.40 74169 PRO-VISION VIDO SYSTEMS 1,559.50 74170 SHARE CORP. 3,895.18 74171 JOYCE SHINING ONESIDE 365.80 74172 DAVIS SINCLAIR 7,543.93 74173 SPECTRUM , 35.50 74174 RONALD MEDRUD 5,063.00 74175 SYNCBIAMAZON 3,416.75 74176 TEACHER INNOVATIONS, INC. 270.00 74177 Toni Parisian ' 1,975.00 74178 TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR 551.44 74179 WAYNES FOOD PRIDE 144.39 74180 WIN-CULTURE CONSULTING 8,333.33 74181 ALL NATIONS OFFICE 6,748.06 74182 APPTEGYINC 7,105.00 74183 ATLAS BUILDING MAINTENANCE 913.47 74184 KERRY AZURE 105.69 74185 CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING 7,845.73 74186 DACOTAH PAPER CO. 3,594.44 , 74187 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 115.00 74188 EDUCATION DIRECTION 26,200.00 74189 GERRELLS SPORT CENTER 1,591.00 74190 GRAINGER 22.58 74191 JS VENDING 81 WHOLESALE 3,165.13 74192 ' LAKESHORE LEARNING MATERIALS 22.75 74193 DAVID NADEAU 280.00 74194 NDCEL 1,440.00 74195 NDSC 440.00 74196 KEVIN NELSON 340.00 74197 COLE PAPERS 523.36 74198 PRIDE DAIRY 2,695.34 74199 TURTLE MOUNTAIN COMMUNICATIONS 14,292.05 74200 UNIVERSITY OF MARY 600.00 74201 US FOODSERVICE 2,917.55 74202 WALLACE DECOTEAU 640.00 74203 EARL LAMBERT 2,500.00 74204 GALE WONDRASEK-LANE 243.00 74217 AGE OF LEARNING, INC 1,800.00 74218 ALL NATIONS OFFICE 3,087.98 74219 FRANCIS AMYOTTE 1,000.00 74220 TERI BJERK 560.00 74221 JENNIFER BRIEN 38.52 74222 COMFORT SUITES 1,038.80 74223 CYBRSCHOOL LLC 6,000.00 74224 DACOTAH PAPER CO. 1,962.06 74225 DENISE DAVIS 175.00 74226 KERSTE DECOTEAU 350.00 74227 GERRELLS SPORT CENTER 175.00 74228 HAROLD GILLIS 50.00 74229 GRAINGER 29.20 74230 HARLOWS BUS SALES INC. 166.98 74231 JAMF SOFTWARE, LLC 3,427.50 74232 DENNIS LAGASSE 190.00 74233 LITERACY RESOURCES, LLC 1,317.33 74234 LUNDAY HEATING 81 COOLING 59,750.00 74235 MAINSTAY SUITES 268.80 74236 LUCAS MARCELLAIS 100.50 74237 NDCEL 1,480.00 74238 COLE PAPERS 2,832.81 74239 JOE PARISIEN 75.00 74240 MARIA PASTORITE 15.00 74241 PEARCE'DURICK, PLLC 375.00 ‘ 74242 TIMOTHY PFEIFER 215.00 74243 PLAYGROUND SESSIONS, INC 2,700.00 74244 PLUNKETT’S PEST CONTROL 402.00 74245 RADISSON HOTEL BISMARCK 297.00 74246 JESSEN ROOFING 500.00 74247 MICHAEL SELBURG 75.00 74248 APRIL SIOSE V 15.00 74249 STACY COUNTS 825.00 74250 TREVOR TU'I'I'LE . 276.60 74251 VALLEY CITY STATE UNIVERSITY 130.00 74252 VOYARER SOPRIS LEARNING 25.50 74253 ANNE CARLSEN CENTER 8,189.47 74254 KERRY AZURE 350.48 74255 BLICK ART MATERIALS 2,248.43 74256 BOTTINEAU PLUMBING AND HEATING 1,300.00 74257 BSN SPORTS INC. 6,819.28 74258 CAREER SAFE 1,500.00 74259 CENTRAL CASS PUBLIC SCHOOL 50.00 74260 COAST TO COAST COMPUTER PRODUCTS, 370.00 74261 DALE’S TRUCK STOP 2,469.99 74262 DENISE DAVIS 175.00 74263 JUDY ELLER . 229.00 74264 FLINN SCIENTIFIC INC. 4,167.37 74265 GERRELLS SPORT CENTER 193.86 74266 HAROLD GILLIS 100.00 74267 GRAINGER 53.81 74268 JOHN GUNVILLE 150.00 74269 HARLOWS BUS SALES INC. 182.34 74270 HEART OF AMERICA MEDICAL CENTER 133.00 74271 HUDI 1,099.00 74272 JOHNSON CONTROL’S, INC. 2,045.00 74273 TRACY LADUCER 280.48 74274 JOE LAFOUNTAIN ' 120.00 74275 LUCAS MARCELLAIS 438.50 74276 ARRAH MASANGKAY 30.00 . 74277 DAVID NADEAU 280.00 74278 « ND HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION 197.10 74279 KEVIN NELSON 680.00 74280 COLE PAPERS 1,697.33 74281 JOE PARISIEN 75.00 74282 PEACE GARDEN SPECIAL SERVICES 6,660.00 74283 KIM POITRA 30.00 74284 POSITIVE PROMOTIONS 94.37 74285 REALLY GOOD STUFF, LLC 470.79 74286 DAVIS SINCLAIR 1,658.94 74287 SUPREME SCHOOL SUPPLY CO. 452.03 74288 TEACHER DIRECT 275.26 74289 TEACHER SYNERGY LLC 5,300.00 74290 TURTLE MOUNTAIN SOLID WASTE DEPT. 95.75 74291 TURTLE MOUNTAIN STAR 584.72 74292 URIAH DAVIS 500.00 1027 Terry Marion 87,329.39 1028 Terry Marion 78,359.39 1029 Riley Poitra 9,300.00 1908 DOLL YWOOD FOUNDATION 99.49 1182 SYNCBIAMAZON 779.75 1183 STARION BANK 1,000.00 Total August Bills 2021 410,889.25 Total AugUst Payroll 2021 495,294.84 Total AUgust Payroll/Bills 2021 $906,184.09 Clarence motioned to accept and pay bills, sec- onded by Gaillord. All in favor, motion carried. Reports: Principals Reports: All reports were included in all board members packets for any questions. Mrs. Azure stated that she is still waiting on three teacher positions to be filled. Pre—K and Librarian positions will be using Substitute Teach- ers. El Position still needs to be filled. Discussion on enrollment and numbers for student enrollment, 273=Pre-k through 61h grade, 230=High School 91h through 12th, 103.—dr. High 7th through 81h grade. Activities Director: . Eric received two applicants for the Assistant Vol- Ieyball coach position, he would like to hire both appli- cants, which were Sabyl Hunt and Molly Allery. Gaillord moved to accept the recommendations and hire both ap- plicants, seconded by Clarence. All in favor, motion car- ried. ' Eric received applicant for Assistant Football Coach, Chris Davis. Eric recommended that we hire Chris Davis as Assistant Football coach and advertise for one more Assistant Football Coach. Francis moved to accept the recommendation and also advertise for 1 more Assistant Coach, seconded by Gaillord. All in favor, motion carried. - Eric discussed with the board about being harassed by a parent for over a year. Eric would like the board to be aware of this. Superintendent Report would like to start school with full masks for both students and staff. Clarence moved to accept the recommendation with possible. changes in the future, seconded by Gaillord. 1-No vote received from Frank G. All others in favor, motion car- ried. New Lockers at HS Installed. Several Classrooms retiled at HS. Front part of Garage was cleaned out. Courtyard project had some expanded asphalt added so there was a change order In the project to $228,325.00. Elementary Kitchen floor complete, waiting on plumbers and electricians for the rest of hook up. Desk units in middle of pods have been removed. No other questions for Mr. Sjol. Board, discussion on bus drivers. Aids will be riding every route in the evenings only. Motion to adjourn by Gaillord, seconded by Fran- cis. All in favor, motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 7:04 pm. Lori Davis, Chairperson Dunseith School District #1 Holly M. Poitra, Recording Secretary Dunseith School District #1 (September 27, 2021) Dunseith City Cooncil DUNSEITH CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING AUGUST 2, 2021, 6:00 PM, AT THE CITY HALL. MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Jesse Marion, Coun- cilpersons Randy Vivier, George Gottbreht, Carl Lagerquist and Christopher Strong. MEMBERS ABSENT: None were absent. OTHERS PRESENT: Loren Baumganner, Tanya Baumgartner, Darwin Belgarde, Naych Parisian, Helen Parisian, Courtney Gladue, Jeremiah Lindgren, Doug Lindgren, Bill Tuttle, Daryl Azure, Pat Peltier, Bob Leonard and Kurt Lagerquist. , CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Jesse Marion. MINUTES: After reading, Council person Gottbreht made the motion to approve the Minutes as read, 2nd by Vivier and carried. FINANCIAL REPORTS: Unavailable at this time. It was noted that the Auditors will be here in November to complete the City Audit. BILLS: After review, Councilperson Vivier made the motion to approve the bills as listed, 2nd by Gottbreht and carried. Following is a list of bills approved for pay- ment: DSM Inc. 6897.00 Keith Banning 375.00 Kurt Lagerquist 2346.50 BC BS 2160.40 Turtle Mt. Comm. 315.50 Ottenail 3095.92 North Central 440.00 Dale’s 1091.04 Hardware 94.36 Ameri Pride 135.44 Turtle Mt. Star 204.46 Unum 22.76 GF Laboratory 26.00 Core Main 95.03 Gooseneck 54.87 TM Communications 51.04 ND League of Cities 1013.00 Wayne‘s 34.34 ND One Call 3.60 Bob Leonard 148.55 JUDGE'S REPORT: After reviewing the July Fine Collections and Court Appearances, Council person Lagerquist made the motion to approve the Judge’s Re- port, 2nd by Gottbreht and carried. POLICE REPORT: Vacation and Sick Leave for the Police Department is being reviewed. The possibility of a time clock also under review. It was noted that the Chief will not get paid for his 2 vacation days (July 26 and 27). “Calls for Service” Log reviewed. Vehicle Log and Schedule unavailable at this time. It was decided at this time that no police vehicles are to be brought home, unless the Chief/Officer is on- call. . After discussion, Council person Strong made the motion to advertise on Job Service ND, 3 full time Police Officer position, 2nd by Vivier and carried. With no further business, Councilperson Vivier made the motion to approve the Police Report, 2nd by Vivier and carried. NURSING HOME REPORT: Unavailable at this time. CITY MAINTENANCE: Water remains good. Water rates will be reviewed in the near future. Kurt has been in contact with Braise Drilling to develop the Habberstad Well area (install larger pump, wiring, etc.). This will be further discussed. The damaged Hydrant has been repaired. Kurt will check with Abrahamson Refrigeration as to the price to install air conditioning in the City Auditor’s Office. With no further business, Councilperson Strong made the motion to approve the City Maintenance Re- port, 2nd by Vivier and 'carried. NAYCH PARISIENIJEREMIAH LINDGREN dba LP INDUSTRIES: At this time Naych Parisian and Jeremiah Lindgren were in attendance giving a presentation on their Wire Harness Manufacturing Business/LP Indus- tries. . . .. LP Industries is asking for use of the City Industrial W Building. LP Industries has no financial requests from the City of Dunseith, but has asked for 12 to 18 months of free rent for this Building. ‘ Mayor Marion informed Mr. Parisien and Mr. Lind- I gren that there is another interested party (Camper Man- ufacturer), but will schedule a Special Meeting within 2 weeks to further discuss this request. Mr. Parisian and Mr. Lindgren will be updated on any developments. DARWIN BELGARDE: At this time, Mr. Darwin Bel- garde ,was present asking for restitution for the din bike, which was impounded by the Police Department. and stored in the City Hall garage. This dirt bike was unfortunately stolen and received damage. The dirt bike has since been recovered. The NDIR has denied the City‘s Insurance Claim. - After discussion, Council person Strong made the motion to pay Darwin Belgarde $1,419.00 for this dirt bike, 2nd by Vivier; Roll Call: Strong “yes” Vivier “yes” Gottbreht “yes” Lagerquist “yes!! Motion carried. The damaged dirt bike is now prop- ' erty of the City of Dunseith. Sale of this dirt bike will be discussed at a later date. DARYL AZURE/GARDEN TAP: At this time, Mr. Daryl Azure was present with his Building Permit (30 x 40 Patio Addition)) and his request to purchase Lots 1 and 3 of Block 15/OTS. After discussion, the City suggested a price of $3,000.00 for both lots and Mr. Azure will be responsible for all tree removal. Mr. Azure will consider this offer and will return to our next regular City Council Meeting with an update. This will be further discussed. LOREN BAUMGARTNER/RECALL PETITION: At this time Mr. Loren Baumgartner presented, to the City Council, a recall petition, against Council person Randy Vivier. It was noted that the signatures were not notarized, so the petition was returned to Mr. Baumgartner. Shelley will contact City Attorney, Gibbens, on any questions which may arise. BOB LEONARD: Mr. Bob Leonard was present in- forming the City Council on an update on the Charles Hoefer Project (Camper Manuiac turing). This proposed business is also interested in the City Industrial Build- Ing. Mr. Leonard was also informed of the Special Meet- ing to be set within 2 weeks to further discuss both in- terested persons and their positions. DALE’S LOUNGE/LIQUOR LICENSE CATER: After discussion, Council person Vivier made the motion to approve the Dale’s Lounge request to use their Liquor/Beer License to cater; Party on the Pave (8/7 and 8/8), the Rolette County Fire Chief's Association Rib Fest (8/13), and a Retirement Party (8/14), 2nd by Strong and carried. . SINCLAIR BUILDING PERMIT: After discussion and review, Council person Vivier made the motion to approve the Building Permit submitted by T J Davis (garage addition to the Sinclair Gas Station), 2nd by Got- tbreht and carried. HOMELESS SHELTER DONATION: After discus- sion, Councilperson Vivier made the motion to donate $1 200.00 to the Turtle Mountain Homeless Shelter, 2nd by Strong and carried. ADJOURN: With no further business, Council per- son Gottbreht made the motion to adjourn the Meeting, 2nd by Lagerquist and carried. The Meetingadjourned at 9:34 pm. ‘ Shelley Counts, City Auditor Jesse Marion, Mayor DUNSEITH CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING, AUGUST 12, 2021, 6:00 PM, AT THE DUNSEITH CITY HALL. MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Jesse Marion, Coun- cil persons Christopher Strong‘, Randy Vivier, George Gottbreht and Carl Lagerquist. MEMBERS ABSENT: None were absent. OTHERS PRESENT: Bob Leonard. INDUSTRIAL PARK/GARDEN GATE GOLF COURSE PROPERTY TRANSFER: At this time the Propeny Transfer Resolution between the City of Dun- seith (Industrial Building) and the Dunseith Community Development Corporation (Golf Course) was reviewed. It was noted that the EDA Mortgage (South Build- ing) is set to expire January 28, 2022. At this time, the City of Dunseith will ask for their approval to transfer/sell the property. EDA approval is also required for the (North Building), although the mortgage has since been paid. After lengthy discussion, Council person Strong made the motion that'the City of Dunseith lease 2 Build- ings (North 81 South) and the Parking Lot, to Hoefer Group, effective October 1 ,2021 , rent free, for one year, pending land transfer and EDA Release, 2nd by Lagerquist: Roll Call: Strong Iiyes" Vivier ‘yes” Lagerquist “yes” Gottbreht “yes” : Motion carried. Hoefer Group will pay all of the building operating expenses, heat, lights, propane, insurance, and interior and exterior maintenance. Once the necessary Mortgage Release, EDA ap- proval. and pending questions answered, the proposed “Property Transfer” shall occur. It was agreed upon at this time to contact City At- torney, Nathan Gibbens for his assistance in finalizing this Lease/Transfer. Shelley will schedule a Meeting with Attorney Gibbens at his earliest convenience. This project will be further discussed. ADJOURN: With no further business, Councilper- son Vivier made the motion to adjourn the Meeting, 2nd by Lagerquist and carried. The Meeting adjourned at 7:40 pm. DUNSEIT H CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING, SEPTEMBER 7, 2021, 10 AM, u AT THE CITY HALL. MEMBERS PRESENT: Mayor Jesse Marion, Coun- cil persons Randy Vivier, Christopher Strong, George Gottbreht and Carl Lagerquist. , OTHERS PRESENT: Bob Leonard, Wayne Barbot and Jon Rosinski. CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Jesse Marion. INDUSTRIAL BUILDING EQUIPMENT SALE: After discussion, Council person Lagerquist made the motion to sign the “Exclusive Sales Agreement" with BAJA BID, 2nd by Vivier and carried. This is an on-Iine equipment sale. Equipment purchased from Benchmark Electronics will be sold on this on-Iine auction. Should any questions arise prior or during this on- line sale, it was agreed by the City Council, that Mayor Marion and Bob Leonard will work together on any is- sues. TURTLE MT. SCHOOUHALL USE: After discus- sion, Council person Strong made the motion to allow the Belcourt School use of the City Hall, every Monday (possiny a Friday as well) from the hours of 8:30 am and 3:00 pm, 2nd by Vivier and carried. Rental Fee was sug- gested $125.00 per week, Shelley will see that an “Agreement” is prepared. BILL TUTTLE/PAYMENT FOR SERVICES: It was agreed by those in attendance that Bill Turtle will be re- imbursed for his services at a rate of $30.00 per hour. Mr. Tuttle has been a tremendous help in assisting with various projects which involve the Industrial Building. INDUSTRIAL BUILDING SALE: After discussion, Councilperson Lagerquist made the motion to sell the Industrial Building to Mr. Charles Hoefer, in the amount of $525,000.00, " ($250,000.00 North Build- ing/$250,000.00 South Building/ $25,000.00 Parking Lot) , 2nd by Gottbreht; Roll Call: Strong “yes” iner “no” Lagerquist “yes” Gottbreht “yes” Motion carried. This motion is pending approval from EDA. as well as payment in full. DUNSEITH COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT LOT SALES: It was agreed by George Gotlbreht and Wayne Assembly of God - Rolette Sunday School at 9 am Sunday Worship at 10 am Evening Service at 6:00 pm. Pastor Gone Wilson 246-3250 Ebenezer Lutheran Brethren - Rolette 10 am Sunday School 11 am Morning Worship Pastor Rob Roise ' 246-3488 Sacred Heart Catholic Church , Rolette Isl, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 11 am 2nd and 4th Sundays at 9 am Fr. Paulrai Thondoppa 246-3449 Valle Lutheran Church - Rolette Children/Adult Sunday School 10:45 am Worship at 9:45 am 0 246-3574 Mountain View Ministry Salem Mennonite Church 3 miles south of Mylo . Sunday School at 10 am Sunday‘Worship at“ am. Sunday Evening at 7 pm. Wednesday Prayer Meeting at 8 pm. Wolford community Church Sunday Worship 0110 am Pasfor Dan Slaubough - 583-2581 Lakeview Mennonite Church 4635 781h s1. Wolford Sunday Worship at 10:30 am with children’s church during Pasfor Huber! Hofchkiss 583-2211 Turtle Mountain Baptist Church, Rollo Sunday Worship at 11 am. 8 5 pm. Sunday School at 10 am Wednesday Worship at 7 pm. Pastor Frank Sheridan - 477-3213 Presbyterian Church - Rolla ,Sunday Worship at 11:00 a.m ACT, Wednesdays at 6:30 pm 477-5376 ' Immanuel Lutheran Church Rolla - L.C.M.S. Sunday Worship at 8 am Sunday School at 9:45 am Holy Communion: Observed 151 and 3rd Sunday of every month Rev. Sooff Ramey - 477-5122 Our Savior’s Lutheran Rolla Wednesday Sunday School 5 pm. Wednesday Youth Group at Prysbeterian Church at 7:05 pm. Sunday Worship-10 a.m. Nicholas Rohde - 477-3246 Emmanuel Church - Dunseith Sunday School and Sunday Worship, 10 am 3rd Avenue South - Dunseith Rev. Wayne Hanson - 477-8578 St. Joachim Catholic Church Rolla Saturday Mass at 5:30 pm Sunday Mass Schedule at 8:30 am Jan., March, May, July, Sept. Nov. Sunday Mass Schedule 10:30 am Feb., April, June, Aug, Oct, Dec. Rev. Thai Arul 477-5277 Barbol, representatives of the Development Corpora- tion, that the City of Dunseith be allowed to purchase their vacant City Commercial Lots. With the sale of the Industrial Building, commercial development could be limited, thus the need for Main Street Commercial Lots. ADJOURN: With no further business, Council per- son Vivier made the motion to adjourn the Meeting, 2nd by Lagerquist and carried. The Meeting adjourned at 10:50 am. Shelley Counts, City Auditor Jesse Marion, Mayor ' (September 27, 2021) Rolette City Council ROLETTE CITY PROCEEDINGS REGULAR MEETING MINUTES TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 7,2021 Rolette City Mayor: Blaine Scott called the meeting to order on Tuesday the 7th day of September 2021, at the Rolette City Hall-7:00 PM. The following members were present: Mayor: Blaine Scott, Councilmembers: Andy Gilje,Nathan Casavant 8. Randy Rost, Absent: Jaime Kegley.City Auditor: Kim Azure 81 Rolette Police: Joseph Kaufman Jeremy Evers. Other attendees: Michele Davis 8 daughter. The meeting minutes were read, A Motion was made by Gilje and second by Rost to approve the Au- gust meeting minutes as read, Roll call vote-All Agreed- Motion carried. ‘ A Motion was made by Gilje and second by Casa- vant to approve the Police log for August. Roll call vote- All Agreed-Motion carried. Council held a discussion with (Border Power LLC) Lyle Best via phone call regarding a hydrogen plant proj- ect, Lyle asked the Council members if there would be 'any interest in contributing $5,000 towards this project for a feasible study, to seeif a hydrogen plant can be developed. A Motion was made by Gilje and second by Casavant to approve that grant funds of $5,000 will be available from the Job Authority fund to Border Power LLC for the feasibility study. Roll call vote-All Agreed- Mction carried. The City will be implementing a new policy for the Rolette Police Department, regarding covering vacation time. A Motion was made by Rost and second by Casa- vant to set up a policy. Roll call vote-All Agreed-Motion carried. Michele Davis attended the meeting to voice her concerns regarding people trespassing on her property. Motion by Gilje and second by Casavant to approve an application from the Rolette Public School for a local permit. Roll call vote-All Agreed-Motion carried. Motion by Casavant and second by Rost to approve a building permit for Andy Gilje to build a 12’X'24 frame garage/shed on lot 3 of the 4th addition. Roll call vote-All Agreed-Motion carried. Motion by Rost and second by Gilje to approve to transfer $33,973.00 from the SID 2015-2 reserve fund to the city general fund, these funds will pay Maguire Iron for the Water Tower repairs maintenance. Roll call vote-All Agreed-Motion carried. Review of estimate from Darci Nelson to paint the ' interior of the Memorial Hall, this will be tabled until fur- ther notice. A Motion was made by Casavant and second by Gilje to approve the annual Rolette Park budget FY 2022 levied $26,000.00. Roll call vote-All Agreed-Motion carried. A Motion was made by Gilje and second by Rost to approve the annual Rolette City budget FY 2022 this is levied $108,300.00. Roll call vote-All Agreed-Motion carried. Motion by Gilje and second by Casavant to accept the American rescue plan. act (ARPA) funding for $93,105.98, Roll call vote-All Agreed-Motion carried. A Motion was made by Casavant and second by Rost to move into executive session at 9:10 pm, the rea- son for the meeting was to discuss the employees‘ ben- efits, this remains the same, A Motion was made by Casavant and second by Rost to adjourn the session at 9:30 pm. Roll call vote-All Agreed-Motion carried. Atten- dancezMayor: Scott, Councilmembers:Gine, Rost, & Casavant, 8 Auditor: Azure. ' Blue Cross 81 Blue Shield-4,964.50—Turtle Moun- tain Communications-228.76—PayrolIJ14,303.19— EFTPS-5,546.62—TSYS-7.92 — Swanston Eqipment-11,755.00—Kyle Julson-584.82—Leducer Sanitation-7,600.00—Fritel Enterprise-275.00—City Water-703.00—Cityof Rolette-800.00—Rolette Insur- ance Agency-1,510.00—Grand Forks Lab-26.00—BDS Electric-646.26—Core 8 Main-1,094.62-One Call Con- cepts-1.85—Main Street Market-2.99—Gooseneck Im- plement-217.66—Sanitation Products-812.70—Turtle Mountain Star-131.90—Tuomala Plumbing-1,228.0o* Postmaster-110.00—NDLOC-120.00—Deluxe Busi- ness-171 .65—Amazon-143.76—— lntoximeters-325.50— Marc-308.87—Legacy Coop-1,968.11 —Ottertail Power- 3,520.71—Dakota Fire Ext-190.88—Hawkins- 3,210.03—Fire District Health Unit-30.00—Maguire Iron-33,973.00. A Motion was made by Casavant and second by Rost to pay the bills as listed, Roll call vote-All Agreed- Molion carried ‘ With no further business to come before the Coun- cil Andy made a motion that the meeting be adjourned second by Rost-Roll call vote-All agreed Motion carried. The next Regular City Council meeting will be held Monday October 4,2021 @ 7:00 PM @ the Rolette City Hall. ' ATTEST: KIM AZURE, ROLETTE CITY AUDITOR (September 27, 2021) United Methodist Church - Rolla Worship at 8:30 am Rick Craig, Pastor - 968-3361 www.mllaumccom Anishinabe Church of God - Dunseith Sunday Worship at 11 am Kidz Zone at 11 am. Prayer 8 Communion, Tuesday at 6 pm. Pastor Daniel Bean 228-2056 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints - Rugby Sunday services at 10 am. 202 2nd St. West, Rugby President Val Christensen- 246-3579 Dunseith Jesus Name Church of the Apostolic Faith 111 Main Street in Dunseith Sunday Worship at 11 am Sunday School at 6 pm . Wednesday Worship at 7:30 pm. ' Pastor Todd Botanical-2230 Peace Lutheran Church and United Methodist Church Joint Worship - Dunseith Combined Sunday Worship at 11:15 am Children/Adult Sunday School 10:00 am 244-5781 Mountain View Ministry St. Michael The Archangel ' Catholic Church, Dunseith Saturday Mass at 5 pm. Sunday Mass at 9 am and 11:30 am. Rev. Michael Slovak, $.0.L.T. 244-5738 St. Sylvan’s Episcopal - Dunseith 10 am on the First and Third Sundays Father Paul Zaharia 701-720-2880 Christian 8 Missionary Alliance - Turtle Mt. Alliance Church, Dunseith Pastor Gary Dorn ' Youth Pastor Joel Musser Sunday School at 9:30 am Church Service at 11 am Youth Group, Wednesday 5:30 to 7:30 pm 244-0532 All Nations Lutheran Church Rock Lake - L.C.M.S. Sunday Worship at 9:30 am. Rev. Scott Ramey- 266-5361 Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church - Rock Lake Sunday Mass Schedule at 10:30 am Jan., March, May, July, Sept. Nov. Sunday Mass Schedule 8:30 am Feb., April, June, Aug.,,0ct, Dec. Rev. Thai Arul 477-5277 United Methodist Church Rock Lake Sunday Worship at 9:45 am Rick Craig, Pasfor - 968-3361 Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Bisbee , 161 Sunday at 9 am. 2nd, 3rd, and 5th Sundays, Saturday at 5 pm. 4th Sunday at 11 am Fr. Paulrai Thondappa 246-3449 St. Paul’s Ojibwa Lutheran, Belcourt Sunday Worship at 11 am Sunday School at 10 am. Pastor Marv Abrahamson - 477-6429 St. Ann’s Catholic Church - Belcourt ' Saturday Mass at 5 pm Sunday Mass: 8:30 am, 10 am, 5 pm Confession: Sat. 9:30 am 8 “:30 pm, Sun. 8-11 am, 4:30-8 pin and before or alter daily Muses Monday - Friday Morning Mass: 0:30 AM COP Monday - Friday Evening Moss: 5 PM GOP Tuesdar Nth and 12111 grade Youth Group 6:3001 8 pm. Wednesday: Gilt-12th Youth Group 6:30 of 8 pm Thursday: 4th-51h Grade Open Youth Room 4:30-6 pm. Fridlr 8111-12th Open Youth Room 6:30 of 8 pm. Saturday: No Youth Group Rev. Michal Slovak, 5.0.L T, Rev. Dave Brokko, 8.0.L T, Rev. FredAonandor, 30.1.7, Rev. Anthonyffmion, ' Deacon Francis om: - 477-5601 at. o , St. Anthony’s Catholic Church Belcourt Sunday Mass 1:111:30 a.m. Fl. Michael Slovak, 5.0.L.T lfl-56019xf. St. John the Baptist Catholic Church - St. John Saturday Vigil Mass at 5:30 pm. Sunday Mass at 10:30 am Confession Saturdays 4:15 to 5:15 pm. Rev. Richard Fineo 477-3081 Presbyterian Church, St. John Sunday Worship at 9:00 cm 477-5376 Emmanuel Chapel - PCG, St. John Sunday School and Sunday Worship, 6:30 pm. 218 Grace Street, St John Ray. Wayne Hanson - 477-8578 St. Benedict’s Catholic Church Rural Belcourt Sunday Mass at 8:30 am Confession: Sundays 8 to 8:30 am Rev. Richard Fineo 477-3081 Assembly of God - Belcourt Turtle Mountain Worship Center Prayer Meeting Wednesdays at 6 pm. Bible Study Wednesdays at 7 pm Sunday Worship at11:00 a.m.' Curtis Palnaude, pasfor Phone 477-6017 Notre Dame Catholic Church Willow City 131 and 4th Sundays, Saturday at 5 pm. 2nd Sunday 3111 am 3rd and 5th Sunday at 9 am Fr. Paulrai Thondappa 246-3449 Willow Creek Lutheran Church Overly Sunday Worship at 8:30 am. 244-5781 Mountain View Ministry . Wolford Lutheran Church Sunday Worship at 8:30 am Coffee: 9:30 am Sunday School: 9:45 am Rev. Barb Haugerud Church on a Mission Pentecostal Church of God 19th Isl 51., 3rd Ave. SE, Dunseith (701) 244-0268 Rev. Lloyd and Rae Flansburg The church directory is presented by the'following businesses and professional firms in our communities who encourage you to attend the church of your choice. ROLLA DRUG Phone 477-3174 DACOTAH BANK I Member FDIC: First State Insurance of Rolla PRESENTATION MEDICAL CENTER Rolla- 477-3161 JOHNSON OIL CO. Tesoro Products Rolette - 246-3771 ROLETTE STATE BANK Member FDIC ROLETTE INSURANCE AGENCY at Rolette State Bank - 246-3395 HARLOW’S BUS SALES SERVICE Harlow Hageness, owner Rolette 246-3700 LEEVERS FOODS Rolla’s Full Service Grocery MUNRO MOTOR COMPANY Phone 477-3124 - Rolla