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Page 14 The Star October 20, 2014 Notice of hearing IN DISTRICT COURT OF ROLETfE COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, In the Matter of the Es- tate of BERNICE BROBERG, Deceased. Probate No. 40-2014-PR-00024 NOTICE OF HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the District Court of Rolette County will hear and consider the Petition of Ad- judication of Intestacy and Appointment of Personal Representative, which has been filed with this Court, in the Courtrooms of the District Court of Rolette County in Rolla, North Dakota, on November 17, 2014, at 3:30 p.m. Dated this 30th day of September, 2014. Michael S. Mclntee #03326 MclNTEE LAW FIRM 116 West 5th Street Bottineau, ND 58318 - Tel. No. 701-228-3624 Fax No. 701-228-3625 mcintee@utma.com (October 13, 20 and 27) Notice of ordinance NOTICE OF ORDINANCE Ordinance # 413 prohibiting loitering between 1:00 AM. and 6:00 A.M. in the City of Rolla, and providing penalties for violation. Any person guilty of a violation of this ordinance shall be punished by a fine not to exceed $100.06, or by imprisonment not to exceed 30 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment in the dis- cretion of the Court; The Court to have power to sus- pend said sentence and to revoke the suspension thereof. Scott Mitchell, Mayor ATTEST: Mae Murphy, Auditor (October 20) Rolla School Board UNOFFICIAL MINUTES MT. PLEASANT SCHOOL DISTRICT #4 MT. PLEASANT SCHOOL BOARD ROOM OCTOBER 7, 2014 The Mt. Pleasant Board of Education met in regu- lar session for its regular meeting Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at 7:00am in the Mr. Pleasant School. Members present: Will Turner, Tom McCIoud, Brady Peterson, Cheryl Good, and Kerry Lentz. Others present: Kevin Baumgarn, Jessica Rosinski, Randy Loing, Kristin Mitchell, and Brenda Seehafer. President Lentz called the meeting to order. Motion by Turner, seconded by McCIoud, to ap- prove the minutes of the meeting held on September 9, 2014 as presented. Motion passed unanimously. Communications and Commendations Thank you to the following for helping our staff and PROVEN LEADERSHIP FOR NORTH DAKOTA JuLie Fedorchak&apos;00r Your Public Service Commissioner Taxable sales in state jump 11 percent North Dakota's taxable sales and purchases increased more than ll percent during April, May and June when compared to the same three months a year ago. Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger says North Dakota recorded about $7 billion in taxable sales and purchases during the sec- ond quarter. That's up more than $716 million from the second quar- ter in 2013. Rauschenberger says it was the largest quarterly increase in nearly two years. Rauschenberger says the growth shows the state's economy and con- sumer confidence remain strong in North Dakota. students last week: Cynthia Jelleberg, Mandy McNeff, Rick Craig, Emery Mears, Scott Ramey, Kevin Jun- tunen, Julie Baumgarn, Cindy Bercier, Natascha Allen- Halvorsen, Patricia Sitter, Wanda Peterson, Mark Kolbo, LaDonna Saari, and Barb Frydenlund. Bills Motion by Peterson, seconded by McCloud, to ap- prove the bills as presented. Motion passed. Abrahamson Refrigeration 1,451.69 Ace Industrial Supply 2,379.49 ADMin Partners, LLC 125.00 American Welding Supplies 280.10 AmeriPride Services 51.04 Apple Inc. 2,995.00 Belcourt Floral 75.00 Broad Reach 579.05 BW Seven Seas Inn 89.00 City of Rolla 918.90 Ciuffini Electric 3,850.00 Cole Papers Inc 818.95 Computer Store, The 918.47 Country Memories Photography 17.12 Dakota Assemblies 375.00 Dakota Memorial High School 560.70 DakTech Computers 1,668.00 Diseth Auction Service 120.00 EBSCO Information Services 561.49 Farmers Union Oil Company 909.95 Gaffaney's 746.25 Good, Crystal 50.00 Information Technology Dept 15.00 K&D FRP & Construction 12,000.00 Keegan Lock & Key 50.00 Lookout Books 930.48 Mangold, Colin 20.00 Marly, Jeffrey 50.00 McGraw Hill Companies 197.94 MEARS AUTO 27.85 Mears Implement 205.55 Medco Supply Company 393.71 MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEMICAL 1,204.46 MidAmerica Books 969.98 Munro True Value 1,108.99 ND Council of Educational Leaders 210.00 ND Student Activities Assc 60.00 North 40 107.64 NCEC 120.00 North Central Grain 3,692.05 Office of the State Auditor 165.00 Ottertail Power Company 4,245.82 Peace Garden Consortium 3,168.00 Pearson Education 1,081.90 Pearson Education 323.97 Penworthy Company 684.32 Pitney Bowes Global Financial 219.35 Pitney Bowes Purchase Power 400.00 Popplers Music, Inc 179.95 Region IV Music & Speech 125.00 Rolla Implement 1,760.75 Scholastic Magazines 122.72 School Mate 129.25 School Specialty 890.00 Smart Apple Media 344.54 State Industrial Products 1,242.65 Teca America Dakotas LLC 919.89 ]-owner County Medical Center 180.00 Tuomala Plumbing & Heating 431.19 Turtle Mountain Communications 548.82 Turtle Mountain Star 460.84 Tween Publishing 64.40 Valuations Northwest, inc. 3,305.50 Verizon Wireless 104.64 Visa 3,696.51 Waste Management of ND 683.24 Wiedrich, Janelle 60.90 GENERAL FUND 66,443.00 Gattke Excavating 12,418.00 Travelers 1,578.00 BUILDING FUND 13,996.00 Case Clay Creamery 502.31 Food Services of America 2,221.18 JS Vending, Inc. 551.49 Leevers Super Valu 593.31 Nasco 71.19 US Foodservice 12,508:43 HOT LUNCH 16,447.91 Aalund, Renee 266.40 Axvig Candy Co 777.75 Bartholmay, Angie 133.20 Baumgarn, Kevin 76.50 Booth, Sam 76.50 Curts Theatre 138.00 Devils Lake Public Schools 125.00 Doug & Mary's Jack & Jill 62.80 FRITZ, WILLIAM 390.00 Gerrells and Company, Inc 57.55 Leevers Super Valu 63.59 Longie, Megan 264.00 Mertens, Robyn 270.71 Midwest Coca Cola Bottling . . 523.80 Minot State University 20.00 Mt. Pleasant Foundation 542.43 Mt. Pleasant S/D Activity Fund 42.50 NDSU Department of Music 320.00 Odermann, Mart 76.50 Old Fashion Candy Co 338.60 Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company 842.60 Pizza Corner Frozen Pizza 547.50 Rolla Drug 75.00 School Specialty 34.00 Stumps 109.90 Training Room Inc 456.96 Universal Athletic 259.84 Visa 895.44 Wiedrich, Janelle 117.44 Wishart, Robert 1,188.00 Wuori, Luke 28.50 ACTIVITY FUND 9,121.01 General Fund: $66443.00 Activity: $9121.01 Hot Lunch: $16447.91 Building: $13996.00 Administrative Reports Business Manager's Report - Monthly financial reports were presented and reviewed. Motion by Mc- Cloud, second by Turner, to approve the business man- ager's report. Motion passed. Elementary Principal's Report - Mrs. Mitchell re- ported on character education (September - Trustwor- thiness, October- Responsibility), fall NWEA testing has begun, fire safety program will be coming up on Oc- tober 15, and principal PLC meetings have been and will be attended in Rugby. HS Principal/AD Report - Mr. Loing reported on the success of late start Wednesday's, parent/teacher conferences are October 8, and students will be attend- ing math track meet in Bottineau October 29. He pre- sented a letter from NDHSAA stating their stance on a post labor day start. Superintendent's Report - Mr. Baumgarn dis- cussed Measure 8, the VJ Smith presentation, and the math position. Committee Reports 1. Budget / Coop -The committee met on October 3. Discussion items included the 2014/15 budget and tax levies. Motion by Turner, second by Good, to set the building fund levy at 117,000 and the special reserve at 35,000. Motion passed. Motion by McCIoud, second by Paid for by Friends of Julie Fedorchak, Kathleen Wrigley, Chair NOTICE OF ELECTION The Turtle Mountain Community Middle School will be holding an election for one (1) Public Law 95-561 school board position. There is a one (1) one-year term. Candidates must be a parent/guardian of a child enrolled in the Turtle Mountain Middle School and must not be an employee of the Turtle Mountain Middle School. The election will take place on November 6, 2014, from 10:00 a.m to 6:00 p.m. at the Turtle Mountain Middle School. If you are interested in running for these positions, please pick up an "Intent to Run" form from Jackie Mundy or Beverly Parisien at the Turtle Mountain Community Middle School office by October 22, 2014, at 4:00 p.m. Rolette Public School District i Statement of school district annual financial report for publication 1. General Fund 2. H!gh School Tuition __ 3. High School Transportation 4. Judgment 5. Asbestos __ 6. Technology __ 7. Remodeling 8. Alternative Education Pro1ram General Fund Group (01) --Total of lines 1 - 8 Special Reserve Fund Group (02) Capital Projects Fund Group (03) =S!nkin9 & Interest Fund Group (04) Food Service Fund Group (05) Student Activities Fund Group (06) Trust and Agency/Consortium Fund (07) Beginning Fund Balance July 1, 2013 $ 469,927.56 469,927.56 92,762.98 28,043.37 0.00 -15,489.52 18,917.62 O.OO Receipts . $ 2,399,081.32 2,399,081.32 1,309.t4 44,582.68 0.00 130,347.44 129,202.28 0.00 General information concerning school district debt as Expenditures $ 2,277,646.98 2,277,646.98 0.00 21,720.56 0.00 137,287.32 131,424.09 0.00 LL Ending Fund Balance June 30,2014_ $ 591,361.90 591,361.90 94,072.12 50,905.49 0.00 -22,429.40 16,695.81 0.00 ofJune 30,_ 1. Bonds Outstanding _2. Certificates of Indebtedness Outstanding 3. Amount Owed to the State School Construction Fund 4. Total indebtedness of district -- Total of lines 1 - 3 I de solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the I This raped is found correct n every padicular and is hereby approved. information within is a true and correct statement of all revenue and I expenditures of the school district, t /7 Signatu;d' of School Districplss Manager } Signp, of Sghooj, Board res.jdent , c./ I O/'7 Ol " ' '. "slribution: Send the original Io the County Superintendent of Schools and retain one copy in Ihe school district files. Peterson, to set the general fund revenue budget at $3,478,705.19 and general fund expenditure budget at $3,531,174.51. Motion passed. 2. Building.Transportation - The committee met on October 6. He updated on bus repairs, the need for a bus purchase rotation, the bus barn is almost com- plete, and the possibility of updating air handlers. Old Business 1. 2013/14 Audit - The board would like Lervik and Johnson to attend the November board meeting to re- view the 2013/14 audit. 2. NDSBA Convention - The school board conven- tion is October 23-24. Registration is due October 10. New Business 1. Superintendent Evaluation - Evaluations due to the office by November 14. The next board meeting is November 18 at 7pm. Jessica Rosinski , Business Manager Kerry Lentz, Board President (October 20) Rolette City Council ROLE'n'E CITY PROCEEDING REGULAR MEETING TUESDAY OCTOBER 6, 2014 Mayor: Blaine Scott, called the meeting to order on Monday the sixth day of October 2014, at the Rolette at the Rolette City Hall-7:00 PM. The following members were present: Mayor: Blaine Scott, Council Members: Andy Gilje and Nathan Casavant, Absent: Debbie An- klam, Also present: Auditor: Kim Azure, Public Works: Don Berg, & Rolette County Deputy: Gerald Medrud. The September regular meeting minutes were read a Motion was made by Gilje and second by Casavant to approve the September regular meeting minutes as read, Roll call vote-All agreed-Motion carried. Police Logs were reviewed for August & Septem- ber, A Motion was made by Casavant and second by Gilje to approve the police logs for August -September. Roll call vote-All agreed-Motion carried- Various discus- sion followed with Medrud, regarding concerns over.po- lice coverage. Members reviewed the Police Coverage Contract from the Rolette County Auditor, which will become ef- fective January 2015, this includes a cost increase in the Police Coverage, A Motion was made by Gilje and sec- ond by Casavant to (deny) table the increase for the PUBLIC [ NOTICES I A public notice is information 1 informing citizens of government 1 activities that may affect the I citizens' everyday lives. I Public notices have been printed I in local newspapers, the trusted I sources for community information I for more than 200 years. I Policing Contract cost, which would be at an annual sum of $54,166.00, to be paid in twelve monthly installments in the amount of $4,513.83. Roll call vote-All agreed- Motion carried. Review of the City of Rolette Budget FY 2015, along with the Park Budget FY 2015, A Motion was made by Gilje and second by Casavant to approve the City of Rolette Budget FY 2015 for $175,682.50 and to approve the Park budget FY 2015 for $47,500.00. Roll call vote-All agreed-Motion carried. Motion by Casavant and second by Gilje to approve the change order (amendment) for seamless rain gut- ter, the current approved cost estimate was $5,328.00, the additional added cost for more footage, gutter tops, Fascia and Rafter tails rebuilt is $5,307.00, the total cost for the Hayhurst manor repairs is $10,635.00.Roll call vote-All agreed-Motion carried. Council members reviewed an estimate for the hay- hurst roof from Seamless rain gutter. Discussion in regards to the Rolette Airport Resur- facing, A Motion was made by Gilje and second by Casavant for approval to pay $35,000 from the Miscel- laneous Fund for the Resurfacing of the Airport, the original approval for payment was in the September 2013 meet- ing minutes. Roll call vote-All agreed-Motion carried. Gibbens Law Office will send Council member Doyle Ellingson a letter validating his wish to resign his council seat. A Motion was made by Gilje and second by Casa- vant to approve to transfer funds of $20,500 to the Park Fund from the City Sales Tax Fund.Roll call vote-All agreed-Motion carried. Review of the Annual Fuel Bids: A Motion was made by Casavant and second by Gilje to approve Johnsons Oil for the Fuel Oil and Gas, and Farmers Union Cenex for the Labor, Shop, Propane and Parts. Roll call vote-All agreed-Motion carried. The State Auditors have reviewed and approved the City of Rolette Audit report FY 2013. Review of Bid for the Construction of the new water well system-Motion by Casavant and second by Gilje to reject the bid and rebid the project in January. Roll call vote-All agreed-Motion carried. Trick or Treat Hours for the City of Rolette will be from 5:30-7:00 P.M. A Motion was made by Gilje and second by Casa- vant to approve a building permit for Randy Rest to build a wood frame Garage on Lot 4 o1 block 38-601 Mc- Cumber Street. Roll call vote-All agreed-Motion carried. A Motion was made by Gilje and second by Case- vent to approve a building permit for Arnold Beaver to build a Steel and Glass greenhouse located on lot 8 of 4th Addition, 1016 1 st ave. Roll call vote-All agreed-Mo- tion carried. Motion by Gilje and second by Casavant to pay the bills as listed-Roll call vote-All agreed-Motion carried. Postmaster-98.OO--Blue Cross & Blue Shield- 1,258.50--Turtle Mountain Communication-121.18-- Ottertail Power-2,035.71--Payroll-4,340.59-- Rolette State Bank ( EFTPS)-1,136.88--Airport Authority- 35,000.00--Rolette County Treasurer- 4,354.03--La- ducer Sanitation - 7,600.00 -- City Water-453.00--State Auditor Office-165.00--Rolette Insurance-1;510.00-- North Dakota Insurance-8.38-- Scholarship Fund- 8.28--Gibbens Law Office-520.OO--Seamless Rain gutter-10,635.00--One Call Concepts-2.2O--Johnson Oif-47.88--Town & Country-267.38 ---titan Machinery - 508.83 -- Gooseneck Implement-l,372.54--Grand Forks Lab-26.00--U.S.A. Bluebook-281.53--Hawkins- 517.12--Associated Supply-68.03 -- Rolette State Bank- 40.00-- Spectrum-45.00 -- Deluxe for Business-377.15--Turtle Mountain Star-378.Ol-- Farmers Union-621.82. With no further business to come before the Coun- cil, Casavant Made a motion that the meeting be ad- journed second by Gilje-Roll call vote-All agreed-Motion carried. The next City Council meeting will be held on Mon- day November 3, 2014 @ 7:00 P.M. ATTEST: KIM AZURE-CITY AUDITOR (October 20) NOTICE OF ELECTION A Johnson O'Malley (JOM) Election will be held on Wednesday, November 5, 2014, from 11:00 AM to 7:00 p.m. at the Dunseith Elementary Gym Concession area. The following positions are open: Two (2) vacancies for a period of three (3) years. You must be a parent (or guardian) of an enrolled Native American Indian child attending the Dunseith School District #1 in order to run or vote in the election. The deadline to file for candidacy is Tuesday, October 28, 2014, at 12:00 Noon. Please file in the Business Manager's Office located at the Dunseith Elementary School. Alva F Gladue, Business Manager Dunseith School District #1 Dated at Dunseith this 8th day of October, 2014 St. John Public School District ,kta e F Buslneaa Men=gr School Dtilriot Name and Ibe'-'"'r . . - .................... Beginning Fund Revere_  " ' -j eilml Fund Tuilion Fund L J, 'iG-ncral Fund (01) BalnP.cl July 1, 2013 1,858,425,27 0,(i0, 1,659.42S.23 ,) !,,,.! .... ! ....  Beginning Funa Balance July 1, 201S 5,20t$ i4O.B7 f Ca#lal ProJe-ts Fund Croup (03) 0,fl0 5,2as, t40.67, Expendffares :Ending Fuhel Balance JLM= 30. 2014 5.440,041.14 1,514.t24.8C 0.00 O,OD 5.440#41.14 1,514,124.8C ExpdllUmi , , [ -'peci=t Reserve Fund Group W2) 13,63fi.60 ' }',00 o.00 ,GB,830,37 0.t30 18/ ->8.27 0 322, t3.8t 104, ili.SI 42.; if,at I Sbkln9 & Internal FUBd Group (04) L i Fod Servi Fu,d Group (05) Student ActtviBP Fund Grmlp (06) f Tmot anu Agency]eneolliqm FuJ' (07) 3A3e.'71 81}.B60.,II 3HERAL INFORMATION OOICERNING ,GHOOI DISTR|C'r OEBT AS OP JIJN-F," .1_ Bnd$ OutatBndM9 :2_ Cmlltleete. Qf Indebtedne Outsteodir, g & Amount Ow,'d to the State School cnstruol|o Fnd This m[mrt i =ppmed. a!(!mveqe and pendltlretofthe school/dlettict, Sj..,,re .f hool o=ti= B..l...= M...Oe,' 4.. TOTAL INDEBTIDNESS OF DISTRICT - Total ot rln 1-.3 I do olemnly swear their I0 the hast of my kqowledga and belief the information v,lhin Is a lee and COrrect utlemcnt of l.as 06 0.0o 841.0BS,B* De, i]93.9| 42,483.4 BSllne JUrle 30, 2014 GG,_'t2_51 &oo 44,254.1 ' ' !i7,&U7 -1:z.%17 Dunseith I ame of Business Manager lva F. Gladue General Fund Tuition Fund ;eneral Fund (01) Public School School District Name and Number Dunsa (h 40-0hi Beginning Fund Balance July 1, 2013 114,763.14 O.00 114,763,14 Revenue 7,224,183.0; 0.00 7,224,183.0; District ]School Dlstdct Address /PO Box 789, Expenditures 7,293,158,42 0.00 7,293,158,42 ]..eZt.h,  ] Ending Fund Balance June 30, 2014 45,787.74 0.00 45,787,74 Special Reserve Fund Group (02) Cepital Projects"Fund Group (03) Sinking & Interest Fund Group (04) Beginning Fund Balance July 1, 2013 105,261,81 139,713"03 Revenue Expenditures Ending Fund Balance June 30, 2014 6,225,2E 192.7; 111,294.30 1,152,379,37 1,123,505.8"1 168,586.59 0.00 0.00 0,00 0.00 F'---o0d Service Fund Group (05) 0.00 457,57i.9 Student Activitles Fund Group ((]6) 0.00 281,602.94 Trust and Agency/Consortium Fund (07) 0.00 0.00 - . , . .. 3ENERAL INFORMATION CONCERNING, SCHOOL DISTRICT DEBT AS OF JUNE 30, 2014 1. Bonds Outstanding 2. Certificates of Indebtedness Outstanding 3. Amount Owed to the State School Consb'uction Fund 4, TOTAL INDEBTEDNESS OF DISTRICT - Total of lines 1-3 457,571 .gf 0.00 281,602.94 0.00 O.00 O.00 1,. 5.ooo.o0 --<_.: ! :ii---:i{ :i- 0.00 0.00 i" -- -.: - : ..,t .:,, ::,-;,'7": " " ' 1,115,000.00 do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the information within is a true and correct statement of all revenue and expenditures of the school district. Signature of School District Business Manager This report Is found correct in every particular and is hereby approved. ,"2, Signature of School Board President