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Dickinson Public Schools Unapproved School Board Workshop Minutes Tuesday, June 21, 2022, Noon Central Administration Offices Board Room The Dickinson Public School Board held a workshop on June 21, 2022, at the Central Administration Offices. Board members present were President Brent Seaks, Vice President Kim Schwartz, Board Member David Wilkie, Board Member Michelle Orton, and Board Member Jason Rodakowski. Also present were Superintendent Dr. Marcus Lewton, Business Manager Stephanie Hunter, Southwest Area Career and Technical Education Academy Director Aaron Anderson, and Board Secretary Twila Petersen. Call to Order - Board President Seaks called the workshop to order at noon. Build the June 27, 2022, Board Meeting Agenda and State Mandated Planning – Superintendent Lewton addressed the Board. He explained there would be a State Mandated Planning Public Input on Monday followed by the School Board Meeting. There will be a PowerPoint presentation during the State Mandated Planning. The PowerPoint will summarize the strategic plan, student enrollment, academic achievements, major building maintenance projects, and a timeline for facility planning. Dr. Lewton recommended the Board consider a retreat the first week of August to receive information from Consolidated Construction. The report will include an analysis of the District facilities. Also proposed for the Board retreat is an opportunity to build an agenda for the August Board Meeting and potentially meet with Tenet Institute Director Laurie Elliott to continue the conversation regarding the Board’s student outcome goals. Dr. Lewton recommended the Board consider a half-day for a retreat. A tentative suggested date was Thursday, August 4. Dr. Lewton recommended the Board consider a date to build the agenda for the July 11, 2022, Annual School Board Meeting. A tentative suggested date was noon on Wednesday, July 6, 2022. Mr. Aaron Anderson, Southwest Area Career and Technical Education Academy Director, was invited to provide an update to the Board. CTE Director Anderson explained the steps for the remodeling process of a few of the District’s North Campus buildings. Three buildings are recommended for the bidding process for repurposing for the CTE Academy. Building A is recommended for construction remodel bidding as early as the first week of July. The engineers are putting together the final documentation for Building A before the bidding process. Potentially the bids will be awarded towards the end of July, with construction over the fall and a goal of having students instruction in Building A beginning January 2023. Buildings B and C at the SWACTEA could potentially go to bid in late August 2022. Construction will potentially take 11 months. The goal is for there to be classes in Building B and possibly Building C fall of 2023. The preliminary estimated total costs are between $11.5-12.4 million, not including the architecture fees. Mr. Anderson listed some anticipated programs at the North Campus. The programs planned for the North Campus include health sciences, power sports, agriculture, drafting, and diesel technology. With the completion of Building B, additional programs could consist of culinary arts, automotive technology, and CDL heavy equipment operation. Dr. Lewton reported the North Dakota School Boards Association had withdrawn its membership in the National School Boards Association over concerns about a letter sent to the Biden administration. Superintendent Lewton distributed a handout with the student outcome goals established by the Board at its April training. The goals are to increase proficiency in third-grade reading, increase proficiency in eighth-grade mathematics, and increase the percentage of Choice Ready students. Dr. Lewton reviewed the goals with the District administrators. The administrators provided recommendations for the targeted goals and progress timelines. At Monday’s Board Meeting, the Board will canvass the results of the recent school board member election that was held in conjunction with the Stark County and Dunn County June 14, 2022, primary election. Other topics proposed for Monday’s Board Meeting were a report on the District’s 2021-2022 student enrollment Average Daily Membership, the 2021-2022 Transportation Report, an open enrollment application, renewal of the business manager’s work agreement, review of the Dickinson Middle School 2022-2023 Student Handbook, approve the 2022-2023 Consolidated Grant Application, and reaffirm a Board policy. There were no other topics recommended for inclusion on the agenda. Adjournment – At 12:48 p.m., President Seaks declared the workshop adjourned. Brent Seaks, Board President Stephanie Hunter, Business Manager Twila Petersen, Board Secretary (June 29, 2022) 77381
Dickinson Public Schools Unapproved Special School Board Meeting Minutes Wednesday, June 15, 2022, 4:00 p.m. Professional Learning Lab The Dickinson Public School Board held a special meeting on June 15, 2022, at the Professional Learning Lab. Board members present were President Brent Seaks, Vice President Kim Schwartz, Board Member Michelle Orton, and Board Member Jason Rodakowski. Board Member David Wilkie was unable to attend. Also present were Superintendent Dr. Marcus Lewton, Assistant Superintendent Keith Harris, Business Manager Stephanie Hunter, and Acting Board Secretary Nancy Muffley. Call to Order - Board President Seaks called the meeting to order at 4:00 p.m. Business Topic – Action Topic 2022-2023 Professional Negotiated Agreement – Mrs. Schwartz moved to approve the 2022-2023 Professional Negotiated Agreement, as presented, which includes the mutually agreed 0% increase to the base, lanes and service movement, a reduction to the salary index of 0.0125, which will automatically transition to a 0.015 reduction on June 30, 2023, and the addition of Step 16 to the salary schedule. She further moved the 2022-2023 Professional Negotiated Agreement was contingent upon ratification by the Dickinson Education Association. Mrs. Orton seconded the motion. Discussion: President Seaks inquired how this agreement was different from the previous agreement. Superintendent Lewton referenced the Board’s authorization for a maximum of a 1% pay increase. He noted the amount in the negotiated agreement was more than the 1%, adding that it does change the salary schedule with an index change. Dr. Lewton explained some of the changes to the agreement from last year with the most significant changes being the reduction in the index and the adoption of Paid Time Off (PTO). A roll call vote was taken on the motion: ayes-4 (Rodakowski, Orton, Schwartz, Seaks); nays-0; absent-1 (Wilkie). The motion carried. Closing Items Adjournment – At 4:06 p.m., President Seaks declared the Special School Board Meeting adjourned. Brent Seaks, Board President Stephanie Hunter, Business Manager Nancy Muffley, Acting Board Secretary (June 29, 2022) 77376
Dickinson Public Schools Unapproved Special School Board Meeting Minutes Monday, June 6, 2022, 5:00 p.m. Professional Learning Lab The Dickinson Public School Board held a special meeting on June 6, 2022, at the Professional Learning Lab. Board members present were President Brent Seaks, Vice President Kim Schwartz, Board Member Michelle Orton, and Board Member Jason Rodakowski. Board Member David Wilkie was unable to attend. Also present were Superintendent Dr. Marcus Lewton, Assistant Superintendent Keith Harris, Business Manager Stephanie Hunter, Ellen Getz, Jackie Glaser, Lyle Smith, Lee Mehrer, Jenna Cranston, Jolene Gress, Kalindi Brandvik, Madison Schobinger, Hannah Lindley, Brenda Loney, Marjorie Lehman, Audra Galster, Sandra Schobinger, Rachel Burns, Shelly Wolberg, Tammy Meschke, Scott Meschke, Darcy Schulte, Jodi Martin, Alicia Hutzenbiler, Leah Campbell, Tana Lafond, Carolyn Carroll, Amy Kuehl, Kelly Smith, Cameron Lorge, Jill Nelson-Wetzstein, and Board Secretary Twila Petersen. Call to Order - Board President Seaks called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m. Mr. Lyle Smith requested to address the school board. He addressed what he stated was a shortfall in the District’s $52 million budget. He felt one group (the teachers) was bearing the burden of the (fiscal) responsibility. Mr. Smith stated that when they (the Dickinson Education Association) went to an impasse in 2013, the DEA received donations from its membership so that they would have enough money. He expressed the DEA has enough money to do a massive media campaign. He felt the DEA membership would prefer to support student-sponsored activities. He hoped the school board would find a solution before what he considered “things got crazy.” President Seaks thanked Mr. Smith. Business Topics – Discussion Topic Update on the 2022-2023 Teacher Negotiations – Superintendent Lewton reported the Teacher Negotiations Team met on May 24 and 25th. The team reached a tentative agreement at its May 25, 2022, meeting. Dr. Lewton said he found out this morning at 11:00 a.m. that the tentative agreement reached on May 25 was not ratified by the Dickinson Education Association (DEA). He stated that, as of now, there was no agreement for the next school year. Business Topic – Possible Action Topic 2022-2023 Professional Negotiated Agreement – The tentative 2022-2023 Professional Negotiated Agreement was not ratified by the Dickinson Education Association; therefore, action on the agreement was moot. Executive Session – Possible Action Item Teacher Negotiations Strategy – Executive Session Possible – President Seaks declared a conflict of interest. He stated his wife was subject to the negotiated agreement, but he could be impartial on the subject of negotiations, and he requested to participate in the executive session and any potential vote. Mrs. Schwartz moved to allow Mr. Brent Seaks to participate in the executive session regarding negotiations. She further moved to allow Mr. Brent Seaks to vote on any motions or actions regarding negotiations. Mrs. Orton seconded the motion. There was no discussion on the motion. A roll call vote was taken on the motion: ayes-3 (Rodakowski, Schwartz, Orton); nays-0; recuse-1 (Seaks); absent-1 (Wilkie). The motion carried. President Seaks stated a motion was required to discuss the next topic in executive session rather than in an open meeting. As per North Dakota Century Code NDCC 44-04-19.1(9), Mrs. Orton moved to close the meeting and go into executive session for the purpose of teacher negotiations strategy. Mrs. Schwartz seconded the motion. A roll call vote was taken on the motion: ayes-4 (Orton, Schwartz, Rodakowski, Seaks); nays-0; absent-1 (Wilkie). The motion carried. President Seaks stated the executive session would be recorded, and all members of the governing body were reminded to limit their discussion during the executive session to the announced topic. Any collective decision, collective commitment, or other final action by the governing body must occur after it reconvenes in an open meeting unless final action is specifically required by law to be taken during the executive session. The prohibition on taking final action during the executive session does not apply to providing guidance or instructions to the Board negotiators. Board policy BCAD-Executive Session allows certain individuals to be in attendance at the closed meeting as directed by the Governing Board. The following were asked to be in attendance: the School Board Members Mrs. Kim Schwartz, Mrs. Michelle Orton, Mr. Jason Rodakowski, and Chair Brent Seaks. President Seaks also requested the following to be in attendance: Superintendent Marcus Lewton, Assistant Superintendent Keith Harris, Business Manager Stephanie Hunter, Recording Secretary Twila Petersen, and the possibility of Attorney Rachel Bruner. At 5:07 p.m., the meeting convened in an executive session. The members of the public were asked to leave the room. President Seaks anticipated adjourning the executive session and reconvening the open portion of the meeting in approximately 60 minutes or at approximately 6:00 p.m. The executive session began at 5:07 p.m. and was attended by Mrs. Schwartz, Mrs. Orton, Mr. Rodakowski, Chair Seaks, Superintendent Lewton, Assistant Superintendent Harris, Business Manager Hunter, and Recording Secretary Petersen. At 5:42 p.m., there was a brief pause waiting for the public to enter and be seated as they were invited back into the meeting room. President Seaks stated the executive session adjourned at 5:42 p.m. The public was invited to return to the meeting room and the meeting was back in open session. President Seaks stated the discussion of the executive session was teacher negotiations strategy and declared that a (three-part) motion was made in the executive session by Mrs. Schwartz to give the Board Teacher Negotiations Committee the authority to make a final offer before impasse, waive mediation, and go to impasse. President Seaks stated the motion was seconded by Mrs. Orton. He then took a roll call vote on the motion: ayes-4 (Rodakowski, Orton, Schwartz, Seaks); nays-0; absent-1 (Wilkie). The motion carried. Closing Items Adjournment – At 5:45, President Seaks declared the Special School Board Meeting adjourned. Brent Seaks, Board President Stephanie Hunter, Business Manager Twila Petersen, Board Secretary (June 29, 2022) 77372

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Dickinson Public Schools Unapproved Special School Board Meeting Minutes Wednesday, May 25, 2022, 5:15 p.m. Professional Learning Lab The Dickinson Public School Board held a special meeting on May 25, 2022, at the Professional Learning Lab. Board members present were President Brent Seaks, Vice President Kim Schwartz, Board Member Michelle Orton, and Board Member Jason Rodakowski. Board Member David Wilkie was unable to attend. Also present were Superintendent Dr. Marcus Lewton, Assistant Superintendent Keith Harris, and Business Manager Stephanie Hunter. Call to Order - Board President Seaks called the meeting to order at 5:19 p.m. Business Topic – Action Topics Consider Approving Additional Elementary Certified Instructors for the 2022-2023 School Year – Superintendent Dr. Lewton addressed the Board. He explained based on projected enrollment in some of the elementary grades the District was tracking the student enrollment. He gave examples of potential student enrollment in some of the grades. Superintendent Lewton recommended the Board consider adding four additional certified instructors. Mrs. Schwartz moved to approve the hiring of up to four additional elementary certified positions, as necessary, to accommodate the increased growth for the 2022-2023 school year. Mrs. Orton seconded the motion. A roll call vote was taken on the motion: ayes-4 (Rodakowski, Orton, Schwartz, Seaks); nays-0; absent-1 (Wilkie). The motion carried. 2022-2023 Administrative Negotiated Agreement – Available on the website utilizing the BoardDocs link is the proposed 2022-2023 Administrative Negotiated Agreement. Mrs. Schwartz moved to approve the 2022-2023 Administrative Negotiated Agreement, as presented, which included the mutually agreed .10% paid by the District on the base, education, and service movement. Mrs. Orton seconded the motion. A roll call vote was taken on the motion: ayes-4 (Schwartz, Orton, Rodakowski, Seaks); nays-0; absent-1 (Wilkie). The motion carried. 2022-2023 Classified Salary and Benefits Package – Available on the website utilizing the BoardDocs link is the proposed 2022-2023 Classified Salary and Benefits Package. Assistant Superintendent Harris explained the revisions from last year to this year in the package. He noted that the Classified Leadership Committee provided their input for recommendations to the document. Mrs. Orton moved to provide an increase of $.50 per hour to the salaries of those classified individuals employed by Dickinson Public Schools as of June 30, 2022. She further moved to increase the base classified wage scale by $.25 per hour and further moved to approve all other proposed changes in the 2022-2023 Classified Salary and Benefits Package with an effective date of July 1, 2022, as presented. Mrs. Schwartz seconded the motion. A roll call vote was taken on the motion: ayes-4 (Schwartz, Rodakowski, Orton, Seaks); nays-0; absent-1 (Wilkie). The motion carried. Teacher Negotiations Strategy – Executive Session Possible – Superintendent Lewton addressed the Board. He recommended this topic be tabled. President Seaks declared the topic tabled. Closing Items Adjournment – At 5:29 p.m., President Seaks declared the Special School Board Meeting adjourned. Brent Seaks, Board President Stephanie Hunter, Business Manager Twila Petersen, Board Secretary (June 29, 2022) 77366
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given the Planning and Zoning Commission will meet on Wednesday, July 20th, 2022 at 7:10 AM at 38 1st Street West, Dickinson, North Dakota, at which time and place all interested persons may appear and be heard on the following: 1. PRELIMINARY/FINAL PLAT (FLP-001-2022) - To consider a Preliminary/Final Plat for Energy Center 3rd Subdivision (a replat of Energy Center 2nd) generally located in the SE ¼ Of Section 16, Township T140N, Range 96W located in the City of Dickinson’s Extraterritorial Zone (ETZ). The site consists of +/- 152.69 acres. 2. PRELIMINARY/FINAL PLAT (FLP-009-2022) - To consider a Preliminary/Final Plat for the Moure Equipment Addition Subdivision generally located in the NE ¼ of Section 1, Township 139 North, Range 96 West, City of Dickinson’s ETZ. The site consists of +/- 49.95 acres. 3. RIGHT-OF-WAY VACATION (VAC-001-2022) - To consider a Right-of-Way Vacation for 1st Street SW (Baker Boy) a 66-foot-wide right-of-way known as 1st Street SW between GTA Drive and 48th Ave SW in the City of Dickinson’s ETZ. This portion of land consists of .097 acres. 4. REZONE (REZ-007-2022) - To consider a Zoning Map Amendment for Lot 1, Block 1 of the Replat of Klewin Subdivision from AG and RR to RR located at 3608 116th Avenue SW, City of Dickinson ETZ. The site consists of +/- 3.03 acres. 5. FUTURE LAND USE MAP AMENDMENT (FLM-002-2022) – To consider a Future Land Use Map Amendment from RESIDENTIAL to MIXED USE on a property generally located in the NE ¼ of Section 32, Township 140 N, Range 96W, City of Dickinson. The site consists of +/- 20.85 acres. 6. REZONE (REZ-006-2022) – To consider a Zoning Map Amendment from R3 to CC for a parcel of land generally located in the NE ¼ Of Section 32, Township 140N, Range 96W City of Dickinson. The site consists of +/- 20.85 acres. 7. FINAL PLAT (FLP-011-2022) – To consider a Final Plat for The District Addition Subdivision generally located in the NE ¼ Of Section 32, Township 140N, Range 96W, City of Dickinson. The site consists of +/- 20.85 acres. Copies are on file at the Planning Department, 38 1st Street W Dated this 24th day of June 2022 PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION City of Dickinson, North Dakota (June 29; July 6, 2022) 77358
SECTION 00 0200 – INVITATION TO BID PROJECT. Heartview Residential Treatment Facility 30 Seventh St. W. – 4th Floor Dickinson ND, 58601 BIDS CLOSE. 2:00 PM MDT, Tuesday, July 12, 2022 PROJECT #. 20215270 DATE OF ISSUE. June 21, 2022 BY. EAPC Architects Engineers 100 South State Ave. Dickinson, ND 58601 Attn: Sally Thoele PHONE: (701) 225-6871 OUTLINE OF PROJECT. The project consists of Interior renovation with bedrooms, offices, group rooms, serving kitchen and various support spaces. Single Combined Bid (General, Mechanical, Electrical) THE OWNER. Heartview Foundation 101 E. Broadway Bismarck, ND 58501 Bid proposals will be received at EAPC 100 South State Ave., Dickinson, North Dakota 58601 until 2 PM MDT, July 12th, 2022. Bids received after the designated time will not be accepted. It is the bidders responsibility to see that mailed or delivered bids are in the hands of the Owner prior to the deadline for submission. Proposals will be opened privately. Envelopes containing the proposals must be sealed, addressed to Heartview, and designated as “Heartview Residential Treatment Facility.” Heartview reserves the right to hold all Bids for a period of sixty (60) days, to accept or reject all Bids, to waive technicalities or to accept such as may be in the best interest of Heartview. OBTAINING DOCUMENTS. All contractors desiring to submit a bid may view and order bid documents by going to the Franz Reprographics web site at www.franzrepro.com , and selecting the Franz Public Plan Room. Please login with your email address and password, or register if this is your first time in the Plan Room. Select the project from the list of public projects. Once you have selected the project, please review the Bid Details for information on ordering documents. Contract documents can be downloaded free of charge as PDF’s. Hard copy set of documents can be ordered at Franz Reprographics standard printing rates. Contractor’s desiring to be on the bidder’s list should contact Franz Reprographics at 763-503-3401 or can be added after pdf is downloaded from Franz Public Plan Room after a free account & password are set up on the planroom. Drawings and Specifications may be examined at the Architect/Engineer’s office, and the Owner’s office at the address shown above. Drawings and Specifications will also be on file at Builders Exchanges in Dickinson, Bismarck, Mandan, Williston, Fargo, Grand Forks, and Minot, North Dakota; Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Dodge Plan Room, Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Reed Construction Data. BID SECURITY. Each bid shall be accompanied by a separate envelope containing a Bidders Bond in a sum equal to five percent (5%) of the full amount of the bid, including all add alternates, executed by the bidder as principal and by a Surety Company authorized to do business in this State, as required by NDCC Section 48-01.2-05(4), and conditioned that if the Principal’s bid be accepted and the contract awarded to him, he, within ten days after notice of award, will execute and effect a contract in accordance with the terms of his bid and a Contractor’s Bond (performance and payment bonds) according to law and the regulations and determinations of the governing Board. Cash, cashier’s checks or certified checks will not be accepted as bid security in place of the required bond. See Instructions to Bidders 00 1000, Art. 7. CONTRACTOR’S LICENSE. All bidders must be licensed for the highest amount of their bids, as provided by North Dakota Century Code Section 43 07-05. All bidders must include a copy of their current North Dakota contractor’s license or renewal in the same separate envelope with the Bidders Bond pursuant to NDCC Section 48-01.2-05(4). No bid will be read or considered which does not fully comply with the above provisions as to bond and licenses, and any bid submitted deficient in these respects will be re sealed and returned to the bidder immediately. PREBID MEETING. There will be a pre-bid meeting Tuesday. June 28th at 10:00 am MDT at the 30 Seventh St. West Location. This pre-bid is not mandatory, but recommended. THE OWNER reserves the right to waive irregularities, to reject Bids and to hold all Bids for a period of 60 days after the date fixed for the opening thereof. A contract for the work may be awarded to the successful bidder by Heartview Foundation. By order of: Kurt Synder, Heartview Foundation END OF SECTION 00 0200 (June 29 & July 6, 2022) 76653
SECTION 00 0200 – INVITATION TO BID PROJECT. Heartview Residential Treatment Facility 30 Seventh St. W. – 4th Floor Dickinson ND, 58601 BIDS CLOSE. 2:00 PM MDT, Tuesday, July 12, 2022 PROJECT #. 20215270 DATE OF ISSUE. June 21, 2022 BY. EAPC Architects Engineers 100 South State Ave. Dickinson, ND 58601 Attn: Sally Thoele PHONE: (701) 225-6871 OUTLINE OF PROJECT. The project consists Interior renovation into bedrooms, offices, group rooms, small serving kitchen and various support spaces. Single Combined Bid (General, Mechanical, Electrical) THE OWNER. Heartview Foundation 101 E. Broadway Bismarck, ND 58501 Bid proposals will be received at EAPC 100 State Ave., Dickinson, North Dakota 58601 until 2 PM MDT, July 12th, 2022. Bids received after the designated time will not be accepted. It is the bidders responsibility to see that mailed or delivered bids are in the hands of the Owner prior to the deadline for submission. Proposals will be opened publicly. Envelopes containing the proposals must be sealed, addressed to Heartview, and designated as “Heartview Residential Treatment Facility.” Heartview reserves the right to hold all Bids for a period of sixty (60) days, to accept or reject all Bids, to waive technicalities or to accept such as may be in the best interest of Heartview. OBTAINING DOCUMENTS. All contractors desiring to submit a bid may view and order bid documents by going to the Franz Reprographics web site at www.franzrepro.com , and selecting the Franz Public Plan Room. Please login with your email address and password, or register if this is your first time in the Plan Room. Select the project from the list of public projects. Once you have selected the project, please review the Bid Details for information on ordering documents. Contract documents can be downloaded free of charge as PDF’s. Hard copy set of documents can be ordered at Franz Reprographics standard printing rates. Contractor’s desiring to be on the bidder’s list should contact Franz Reprographics at 763-503-3401 or can be added after pdf is downloaded from Franz Public Plan Room after a free account & password are set up on the planroom. Drawings and Specifications may be examined at the Architect/Engineer’s office, and the Owner’s office at the address shown above. Drawings and Specifications will also be on file at Builders Exchanges in Dickinson, Bismarck, Mandan, Williston, Fargo, Grand Forks, and Minot, North Dakota; Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Dodge Plan Room, Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Reed Construction Data. BID SECURITY. Each bid shall be accompanied by a separate envelope containing a Bidders Bond in a sum equal to five percent (5%) of the full amount of the bid, including all add alternates, executed by the bidder as principal and by a Surety Company authorized to do business in this State, as required by NDCC Section 48-01.2-05(4), and conditioned that if the Principal’s bid be accepted and the contract awarded to him, he, within ten days after notice of award, will execute and effect a contract in accordance with the terms of his bid and a Contractor’s Bond (performance and payment bonds) according to law and the regulations and determinations of the governing Board. Cash, cashier’s checks or certified checks will not be accepted as bid security in place of the required bond. See Instructions to Bidders 00 1000, Art. 7. CONTRACTOR’S LICENSE. All bidders must be licensed for the highest amount of their bids, as provided by North Dakota Century Code Section 43 07-05. All bidders must include a copy of their current North Dakota contractor’s license or renewal in the same separate envelope with the Bidders Bond pursuant to NDCC Section 48-01.2-05(4). No bid will be read or considered which does not fully comply with the above provisions as to bond and licenses, and any bid submitted deficient in these respects will be re sealed and returned to the bidder immediately. PREBID MEETING. There will be a pre-bid meeting Tuesday. June 28th at 10am MDT at the 30 Seventh St. West Location. This pre-bid is not mandatory, but recommended. THE OWNER reserves the right to waive irregularities, to reject Bids and to hold all Bids for a period of 60 days after the date fixed for the opening thereof. A contract for the work may be awarded to the successful bidder will by Heartview. By order of: Kurt Synder, Heartview Foundation END OF SECTION 00 0200 (June 29, 2022) 76641

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STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF STARK IN DISTRICT COURT SOUTHWEST JUDICIAL DISTRICT Yuker Towing & Repair, LLC Plaintiff, -vs- Western Hotshots, LLC, and Kevin John Kingston Defendants. SUMMONS Case No._____________ THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT. 1. You are hereby summoned and required to appear and defend against the Complaint in this action, which is herewith served upon you, and will be filed with the Clerk of Court, by serving upon the undersigned an Answer or other proper response within twenty-one (21) days after service upon you, exclusive of the date of service. If you fail to do so, Judgment by Default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated this 12th day of May, 2022. LEGAL EDGE SOLUTIONS, PLLC Attorneys for the Plaintiff Office and Mailing Address: 536 West Villard Street Dickinson, North Dakota 58601 Tel: (701) 483-4507 Fax: (701) 483-4517 Email: skuntz@legaledgesolutions.com By: /s/ Sandra K. Kuntz Sandra K. Kuntz, Attorney #05186 (June 29; July 6 & 13, 2022) 76599
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA) )SS COUNTY OF GRANT) IN CIRCUIT COURT THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT In the matter of the Termination of Parental Rights over M.R.B.B., a minor child. 25ADP21-000006 NOTICE OF ENTRY OF ORDER TERMINATING AND TRANSFERRING PARENTAL RIGHTS YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the ORDER TERMINATING AND TRANSFERRING PARENTAL RIGHTS rendered in the entitled action on the 7th day of June, 2022, a copy of which is on file and incorporated herein, was reduced to writing, signed by the Court, and attested by the Clerk and filed in the Clerk’s office on the 7th day of June, 2022. Dated this 8th day of June, 2022. FOLEY AND FOLEY LAW OFFICE, P.C. Vincent A. Foley 325 South Main Street, Ste 101 PO Box 166 Milbank SD 57252 Telephone: (605) 886-7281 (June 29, 2022) 76587
City of Sentinel Butte, North Dakota 58654 City Council Minutes Unofficial June 20, 2022 Mayor Jason Lee called the meeting to order June 20, 2022 at 8:06 pm. Present were: Mayor- Jason Lee, City Auditor – Faith Van Horn Alderpersons: Marnie Dietz, Denise Dietz, Sue Feldman, Troy Finneman Guest: Burt Cook & Joel Fasching City Council Meeting Minutes from May 9, 2022 were read and approved as written Department Reports: Lagoon/Landfill/Streets- Discussion of mowing at the lagoon. Grounds – Nothing new to report. Water/Sewer – Waiting on new water meters to be replaced. Buildings – Faucet at the pavilion was repaired. The Sentinel Butte City Council held its organization meeting during this time. All council members were present. • Members of the council reviewed the official election results. • Mayor Lee swore in Burt Cook for a new four-year term. • Mayor Lee swore in Denise Dietz for a new four-year term. • Nominations for President of the Council is tabled until further discussion is held. Discussion • Discussion of private use of the City Hall Facility. • Marnie Dietz made motion to approve water and sewer hookup for Faith Van Horn. Sue Feldman seconded. Motion passed. • Discussion of any City property for sale. • Sue Feldman made motion to transfer $4,945.77 from the money market account at Bank of the West to the checking account at First State Bank, and $4,375.67 from the money market account at First State Bank into the checking account. Marnie Dietz seconded. Motion passed. • A fire permit must be obtained for any bonfire in the City limits, and will be effective for the remainder of the current calendar year. There is no fee for this permit. If a city official visits a location with a bonfire and no fire permit has been obtained the violator will be required to obtain a fire permit and pay an addition fee of twenty-five dollar ($25). All residents must check the Fire Index before starting a bonfire. Fire permits can be obtained at the city hall (Office Hours: Wednesday’s 8:00-3:00). • Marnie Dietz made motion to allow Sentinel Butte Fire Department to place a Fire Index Sign by the City Hall. Denise Dietz seconded. Motion passed. Auditor Wages: $502.38 RTC Network: $80.03 Dak Insurance: $404.00 MDU: $759.58 City of Beach: $115.80 Olson Service: $537.10 SW Water Authority: $455.66 Forum Communications: $82.39 NDRWSA: $260.00 Polar Trucking: $9321.44 Troy Finneman motioned to approve payment of bills. Denise Dietz seconded. Motion carried. Sue Feldman motioned to adjourn meeting. Marnie Dietz seconded. Meeting adjourned at 9:23 pm. Respectfully submitted, Faith Van Horn, Auditor (June 29, 2022) 76569
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF STARK IN DISTRICT COURT SOUTHWEST JUDICIAL DISTRICT State of North Dakota Petitioner, vs. Jesse Clark, Respondent. SUMMONS Case No. 45-2022-CV-00395 THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE-NAMED RESPONDENTS: ¶1 YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend against the Complaint in this action, which is herewith served upon you, by serving upon the undersigned an Answer or other proper response within twenty (20) days after the service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of day of service. If you fail to do so, judgment of default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated this 27th day of April, 2022. /s/ Amanda R. Engelstad Amanda R. Engelstad 08101 Stark County State’s Attorney P.O. Box 130 Dickinson, ND 58602-0130 attorney@starkcountynd.gov Attorney for Plaintiff (June 22 & 29; July 6, 2022) 74846
IN DISTRICT COURT, STARK COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA Civil No. 45-2022-CV-00034 THIRD AMENDED SUMMONS The Industrial Commission of North Dakota, acting as the North Dakota Housing Finance Agency, Plaintiff, vs. Dolton J. Begger, deceased; and all persons unknown, claiming any estate or interest in, or lien or encumbrance upon the real estate described in the Complaint, Defendants. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS: 1.YOU ARE HEREBY summoned to answer the Second Amended Complaint of the Plaintiff which is herewith served upon you and which will be filed in the office of the Clerk of District Court of Stark County, North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your answer thereto on the undersigned at her office at 720 Main Avenue, in the City of Fargo, County of Cass, State of North Dakota, within twenty one (21) days after service of this Third Amended Summons upon you, exclusive of the date of service, and in case of your failure to appear or answer as above directed, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the Third Amended Complaint herein. 2.MORTGAGOR IS NOTIFIED FURTHER that this is a communication from a debt collector and this is an attempt to collect a debt. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose. Dated at Fargo, North Dakota, this 15th day of June, 2022. /s/ Sarah A. Aaberg Sarah A. Aaberg (ND ID #08393) Special Assistant Attorney General for the Industrial Commission of North Dakota acting as the North Dakota Housing Finance Agency Attorney for Plaintiff 720 Main Avenue Fargo, North Dakota 58103 701.235.8000 sarah@okeeffeattorneys.com 3.This action relates to the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage owned by above-named Plaintiff upon the following described property situated in the County of Stark, State of North Dakota, to-wit: Lots 7 and 8, Block 13, Town of Richardton, now City of Richardton, Stark County, North Dakota. (Street Address: 220 B Street N., Richardton, ND 58652) /s/ Sarah A. Aaberg Sarah A. Aaberg (ND ID #08393) Special Assistant Attorney General for the Industrial Commission of North Dakota acting as the North Dakota Housing Finance Agency Attorney for Plaintiff 720 Main Avenue Fargo, North Dakota 58103 701.235.8000 sarah@okeeffeattorneys.com (June 22 & 29; July 6, 2022) 74743
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF STARK State of North Dakota IN DISTRICT COURT SOUTHWEST JUDICIAL DISTRICT Petitioner, vs Tye Maus, Respondent. SUMMONS Case No.45-2022-CV- 376 THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE-NAMED RESPONDENTS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend against the Complaint in this action, which is herewith served upon you, by serving upon the undersigned an Answer or other proper response within twenty (20) days after the service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of day of service. If you fail to do so, judgment of default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated this 3rd day of May, 2022. /s/ Amanda R. Engelstad Amanda R. Engelstad 08101 Stark County State’s Attorney P.O. Box 130 Dickinson, ND 58602-0130 attorney@starkcountynd.gov Attorney for Plaintiff (June 22, 29 & July 6, 2022) 74664
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF STARK IN DISTRICT COURT SOUTHWEST JUDICIAL DISTRICT State of North Dakota Petitioner, vs Quentin Williford, Calvin Frederick, and Nicole Deichert. Respondents. SUMMONS Case No.45-2022-CV—390 Case No.45-2022-CV-391 Case No.45-2022-CV-392 THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE-NAMED RESPONDENTS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend against the Complaint in this action, which is herewith served upon you, by serving upon the undersigned an Answer or other proper response within twenty (20) days after the service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of day of service. If you fail to do so, judgment of default ‘will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated this 3rd day of May, 2022. /s/ Amanda R. Engelstad Amanda R. Engelstad 08101 Stark County State’s Attorney P.O. Box 130 Dickinson, ND 58602-0130 attomey@starkcountynd.gov Attorney for Plaintiff (June 22, 29 & July 6, 2022) 74493
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF STARK COUNTY, STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA In the Matter of the Estate of MYRIA WALKER, deceased Probate No. 45-2022-PR-00064 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 of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to Penny Lewis, as Personal Representative of the Estate of Myria Walker, at P. O. Box 1173, Dickinson, North Dakota 58602-1173, or filed with the Court. Dated this 6th day of June, 2022. Personal Representative: /s/ Penny Lewis Penny Lewis Kubik, Bogner, Ridl & Selinger Attn: Jon Bogner #03468 P. O. Box 1173 Dickinson, ND 58602-1173 Attorneys for the Personal Representative (June 15, 22 & 29, 2022) 72957