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REGULAR MEETING DICKINSON CITY COMMISSIO

REGULAR MEETING DICKINSON CITY COMMISSION December 21, 2021 I. CALL TO ORDER President Scott Decker called the meeting to order at 4:30 PM. II. ROLL CALL Present were: President Scott Decker, Vice President Jason Fridrich, Commissioners Suzi Sobolik, John Odermann and Nikki Wolla Absent: None 1. ORDER OF BUSINESS MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve the December 7, 2021 Order of Business as presented. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 2. CONSENT AGENDA MOTION BY: Nikki Wolla SECONDED BY: John Odermann A. Approval of meeting minutes dated December 7, 2021. B. Approval of Accounts Payable and Checkbook. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 3. ADMINISTRATION/FINANCE A. 2022 Fee Schedule Deputy City Administrator Linda Carlson presents the 2022 Fee Schedule. She updates the Commissioners on the changes to the liquor license, application fee and transfer fee. Also updates the changes on the arborist, water and weed control. MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich Adopt Resolution 34-2021. RESOLUTION NO. 34-2021 A RESOLUTION AMENDING CITY OF DICKINSON FEE SCHEDULE DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed B. Future Fund Deputy City Administrator Linda Carlson presents an ordinance to allow a loan from the Future Fund. This is the second reading with no changes from the first reading. MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich To approve second reading and final passage of Ordinance No. 1734. ORDINANCE NO. 1734 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RE-ENACTING SECTIONS 2.50.010, 2.50.020, 2.50.030 and 2.50.040 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA RELATING TO THE TRUST FUND FOR OIL AND GAS REVENUE DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed C. Monthly Financial Report Accountant Robbie Morey gives the Commissioners an update on the monthly financial report. He states there really has been no real changes from the previous month. MOTION BY: Nikki Wolla SECONDED BY: John Odermann Approve the Monthly Financial Report. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed D.IT Director Job Description City Administrator Brian Winningham presents an IT Director Job Description. He states there is not a substantial change from the current IT Manager position but it elevates the position in the organization manner. He states directors cannot have managers under them. This position will be coordinating city information across all departments. This will be an executive position. City Administrator Brian Winningham will bring a new position before the commission should it impact the budget for approval. HR Coordinator Shelly Nameniuk states these positions are not graded. They are compared in the wage study as to how they fit in the new pay scale. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik Approve the IT Director Job Description. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed E. EFMLA City Administrator Brian Winningham presents for continuation the resolution for Covid benefit for 80 hours of leave due to Covid for employees. He states 80 hours would be granted if the employee comes down with Covid and there are no changes in this resolution from the past two years. He states the city has spent approximately $35,000 in the use of Covid leave. The resolution should strike out fire suppression. MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla Adopt Resolution 35-2021. RESOLUTION NO. 35 - 2021 A RESOLUTION ADDRESSING TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT POLICIES DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC RELATING TO THE FFFCRA DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed F. American Rescue Fund Act Funding Review City Administrator Brian Winningham states this is a slight bit of redundancy for reading awareness of what the city can do with the American Rescue Fund Act Funding. He reviews of what the federal government is doing. He states the city will receive two bursts of money for a total of $3.6 as the city of Dickinson is well within the window for loss of revenue. He states the city cannot reduce revenue taxes in the city. Such as property taxes or other taxes that the city deems a revenue. Administrator Winningham states the city can show the oil impact revenue slide and it shows a loss of revenue. The loss is about $6.1 million dollars over the past three years. He states the city will create a separate special revenue fund for economic relief. He reviews possible uses of the funds such as repay to citizens for fees, downtown square or premium pay. The city did not offer a cost of living to the employees at this time. Administrator Winningham discusses the premium pay for essential workers. He states the city is quite lean in employees and probably 30% lower for employees and expect the employees to do more with a lot less people. There are short 4 employees at this time in the street department. He states if the city does not take care of the employees now there is no benefit of being an essential worker. Administrator Winningham states there are many options in Dickinson to find employment. The city cannot keep pace with the private sector. He states one small way is to put back on what the federal government will allow the city to do for premium pay. He states maybe cut out portion for hourly employees. He feels any amount of premium pay would show some retention in employees. He states the city is faced with incredible challenges with inflation costs. The employee is faced with inflationary costs. Commissioner Jason Fridrich states the funds cannot be used to offset taxes. He states cities decrease taxes with funds. He states local government has no prohibition on lowering taxes. The city is not the state or territory. Administrator Brian Winningham feels this is a risk for tax reduction. He states the federal government will attempt to do a 1 for 1 and feels if the city would offset property tax it will show a reduction in other budget items. The federal government will then for sure audit the city. Mr. Winningham feels the federal government will ask what the city did to reduce your budget to reduce your taxes. Commissioner John Odermann feels the homeless coalition could be one of the ideas for the funding. He states a couple of months ago he was not in support of premium pay but what they are experiencing at the hospital and other employees he is now in support of premium pay for the employees of the city of Dickinson. He feels the city needs retention of employees in most cases. Commissioner Odermann feels it is important for the city to maintain skill leveled employees that the city has right now. He feels the city has a staff that the commissioners know and trust. He feels the city should try and retain the current staff. He would be comfortable with B or C. Commissioner Jason Fridrich feels this money should benefit all the people of Dickinson. This is not going to reduce the cost of what the city has already incurred. Commissioner Suzi Sobolik is in support of premium pay for employees. She feels it should be tied to the hours worked in 2020. As for other topics for the funding she is hoping to discuss this at the retreat in March. Commissioner Jason Fridrich would like to give $25,000 to the Homeless Coalition with a creation of a subcommittee and work through the details. This should also get onto the budget retreat discussion. He wants to account for the money being spent. Also, to use it for emergency funding. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: John Odermann To give $25,000 to the Homeless Coalition of Dickinson for emergency use and to create a subcommittee to discuss the needs of the city for homeless. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed President Scott Decker senses the commissioners would like to give a premium pay. President Decker would like for the employees to get this in 2021. City Administrator Brian Winningham states the city could go back 12 months from todays date. He states if an employee was here12 months ago they are eligible for $2,400. MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich To give $2,400 for all full-time employees and $1,200 for part time employees for a prorated period of time worked in 2021. Affective date as soon as possible and hopefully before the end of the fiscal year as a separate payment from the normal pay schedule. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed President Scott Decker would like to discuss ideas for the remaining funds next year, possibly for the downtown square and maybe return fees. City Administrator Brian Winningham states possibly property tax but if the city can get the acknowledgement of state of territory then the city could possibly consider that. It may be a broad base amount that would be given back. Administrator Winningham also discusses the opioid settlement. Commissioner Jason Fridrich states to maybe cover the offset. To possibly take $500,000 for 2023 and 2024 and reduce the oil transfer. City Attorney states the State of ND was in two lawsuits regarding 2 prominent pharmaceutical companies and the state has received $45.5 million dollars in this suite. She states with a population of 10,000 or more people will receive additional funding from this lawsuit. The city has teamed with the AG’s office and hopefully the city will receive some funds in this region. She states the city does not know of what the funds will be or what can the funds be used for but hoping for some of the funds. G. Reports: 1. HR Monthly Report HR Coordinator Shelly Nameniuk presents the monthly HR Monthly Report. Ms. Nameniuk updates the open positions for the month. 2. 2022 Budget Memo Deputy City Administrator Linda Carlson states the City is preparing the new budget book and would like to put a memo into the book explaining where the City is going and what the new budget items are. She highlights some of the new budget items. Ms. Carlson thanks all the departments along with the Commissioners for providing a good 2022 budget. 4. PUBLIC SAFETY A. Fire Department 1. Reports: None B. Police Department 1. Reports Monthly Report Police Chief Dustin Dassinger presents a synopsis of the Dickinson Police monthly report which shows 2,162 calls for service with the highest calls were parking complaints along with welfare checks. There were a total of 435 traffic stops and 67 total accidents. He discusses the criminal investigation along with incidents. He states the SRO officers were very busy at the schools this month. Chief Dassinger thanks the Dickinson Police Department in the celebration of the Veterans. He reviews operation holster. 5. ENGINEERING A. Reports: None 6. PUBLIC WORKS A. Reports: None 7. PLANNING A. Rezone Request – Rezone Change Amendment from AG to RR for 159.87 acres and a Preliminary plat for The Broken X Estates Subdivision. Planning Director Walter presents for a second reading Ordinance 1735. There have been no changes from the first reading. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve second reading and final passage of Ordinance No. 1735. ORDINANCE NO. 1735 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE DISTRICT ZONING MAP FOR REZONING AND RECLASSIFYING DESIGNATED LOTS, BLOCKS OR TRACTS OF LAND WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS, CITY OF DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed B. - Rezone Request - Rezone Change amendment from R1 Low Density Residential to CC Community Commercial ,West 150’of Lots 1, 2, and 3, Block 4, Gress’s Subdivision. Planning Director Walter presents for a second reading Ordinance 1736. There have been no changes from the first reading. MOTION BY: Nikki Wolla SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik To approve second reading and final passage of Ordinance No. 1736. ORDINANCE NO. 1736 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE DISTRICT ZONING MAP FOR REZONING AND RECLASSIFYING DESIGNATED LOTS, BLOCKS OR TRACTS OF LAND WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS, CITY OF DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed C. LEGAL DESCRIPTION FOR PLAT VACATION AND DE-ANNEXATION FOR NW ¼ SECTION 31 T140N R96W, STARK COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA. Planning Director Walter presents for a second reading Ordinance 1737. There have been no changes from the first reading. For plat vacation in NW ¼ Section 31 T140N R96W, Stark County, North Dakota, MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve second reading and final passage of Ordinance No. 1737. ORDINANCE NO. 1737 AN ORDINANCE VACATING A FINAL PLAT ENTITLED STARK COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed For de-annexation for NW ¼ Section 31 T140N R96W, Stark County, North Dakota, MOTION BY: Nikki Wolla SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich To approve second reading and final passage of Ordinance No. 1738. ORDINANCE NO. 1738 AN ORDINANCE REDUCING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE CITY OF DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA, AND EXCLUDING A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND CURRENTLY IN CITY LIMITS DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed D. LEGAL DESCRIPTION FOR PLAT VACATION AND DE-ANNEXATION FOR SW ¼ SECTION 30 T140N R96W, STARK COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA. Planning Director Walter presents for a second reading Ordinance 1739. There have been no changes from the first reading. For plat vacation in SW ¼ Section 30 T140N R96W, Stark County, North Dakota, MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve second reading and final passage of Ordinance No. 1739. ORDINANCE NO. 1739 AN ORDINANCE VACATING A FINAL PLAT ENTITLED STARK COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed For de-annexation for SW ¼ Section 30 T140N R96W, Stark County, North Dakota, MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik To approve second reading and final passage of Ordinance No. 1740. ORDINANCE NO. 1740 AN ORDINANCE REDUCING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE CITY OF DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA, AND EXCLUDING A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND CURRENTLY IN CITY LIMITS DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed E. LEGAL DESCRIPTION FOR DE-ANNEXATION FOR W1/2 SECTION 25 T140N R96W, STARK COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA. Planning Director Walter presents for a second reading Ordinance 1741. There have been no changes from the first reading. For de-annexation for W1/2 Section 25 T140N R96W, Stark County, North Dakota. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve second reading and final passage of Ordinance No. 1741. ORDINANCE NO. 1741 AN ORDINANCE REDUCING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE CITY OF DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA, AND EXCLUDING A CERTAIN TRACT OF LAND CURRENTLY IN CITY LIMITS DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed F. Fisher’s 3rd City East Addition Final Plat Planning Director Walter Hadley presents a final plat for Fisher’s 3rd City East Addition. This includes vacations and was heard at the last Planning and Zoning meeting with no comments. This area is by Midwest Doors. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik Adopt Resolution 36-2021. RESOLUTION NO. 36 - 2021 A RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL PLAT ENTITLED FISHERS THIRD CITY EAST ADDITION STARK COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed G. Final Plat – Acres Subdivision Planning Director Walter Hadley presents for a second time the Acres Subdivision. He states this is a continuing discussion for resolution 33-2021. He states the applicant is in attendance this evening for representation. Mr. Hadley states the city received an updated map only this morning. Venture Homes Aaron Grinsteinner states they have come to a resolution in regards to the neighbor and his property. There was no agreement with a non-access line. They have explored other options. He states the purpose is to not exclude the adjacent property owner. The goal was to regulate if he would replat the lots based on the right-away. He states their intention was not to keep the property owner away just equitable for future lot owners. He states they would reduce to 79’ right of way and attach this to Lot 1. Highlands Engineering Andrew Shrank states they have reached out to Stark County and they are okay with the 70’ right of way. He states Lot 1 will have a private strip of property, Lot 1 will disallow access. City Attorney Christina Wenko states she has visited with staff and maintenance is a concern of an undeveloped strip of acreage and that is unsightly or how the property will be maintained. Mr. Aaron Grinsteinner states the maintenance of this 1’ would fall on the Lot 1, Block 2 owner. He states the actual roadway is 24’ which is a large ditch on the east side. He states it is likely the strip will be taken care of. Commissioner Jason Fridrich states the homeowner association will take care of the 1’ strip. Interim City Engineer Loretta Marshik states staff discussed this 1’ strip and lot maintenance that will be listed in the development agreement and the future owner has that understanding. Commissioner Jason Fridrich questions if the Tormaschy minor would want to come and would they give him the access with an agreement. Mr. Andrew Shrank states the 1’ strip could become Tormaschy Subdivision at a later date. City Attorney Christina Wenko states a new resolution will need to be approved. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Sobolik Adopt Resolution 37-2021. RESOLUTION NO. 37 - 2021 A RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL PLAT ENTITLED ACRES SUBDIVISION STARK COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 8. BUILDING/CODE ENFORCEMENT A. Reports 1. Condemnation Proceedings Presentation City Administrator Brian Winningham presents the dates for the condemnation hearing. City Commissioners had decided to move forward with the hearing on January 18, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. MOTION BY: Nikki Wolla SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich To approve the order for protection of the health, safety and welfare of our community we bring forward this evening the listed properties to be declared a Public Nuisance and dangerous structures and move forward with demolition. Properties as listed are 243 2nd Street SW; 219 South Main; 1520 West Villard. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 9. PUBLIC HEARING AND PUBLIC COMMENTS NOT ON AGENDA – 5:00 P.M. A. Swearing in of Police Officers Jesse Kubik and Steven Knapp Police Chief Dustin Dassinger introduces two new Police Officers, Jesse Kubik and Steven Knapp. City Administrator Brian Winningham swears in the new officers. B.Homeless Coalition Presentation Ms. Wendy Moffit whom is the Case Manager for the homeless visits about problems of the homeless in Dickinson and the linkage to trauma. She states most homeless families are headed by single women. She states everyday someone is reaching out for assistance. Ms. Moffit states there are 105 homeless adults along with 43 children year-to-date. The homeless coalition reaches the 8 regions to include the SW corner of ND. She states barriers to housing is the lack of necessary identification which is necessary for housing. The criminal past is also a barrier to housing. Ms. Moffit states it takes time for the process of an application, about 2 weeks. She states if the applicant does not qualify for housing there are other options. She states if the city had a shelter it would b a community provider to get help the people need to get back into the society. Commissioner John Odermann states there are grants for established shelter. He thanks Ms. Moffit for her presentation. The need for immediate housing, some place to stay until their application is processed. Commissioner Jason Fridrich questions how many units would the homeless need to satisfy. Also, would this be temporary or transitional and what if they exhausted all their options. He does not want this shelter to turn into permanent housing. Ms. Wendy Moffit states it would take 10 to 12 units total. She states they would have a plan for extended stays. She states United Way is the access for assessment tools along with housing assessment tool that is used to prioritize homeless situations. She is asking for funding for some type of trial run at a shelter where homeless could get a roof over their heads. She states Oasis Motel is willing to offer them the possibility of housing. Ms. Chantel Zeller states Dakota Center for Independent Living does have 10 rooms at $500 per month. They are looking at 6-12 months for at least $100,000. She states Oasis Motel was the only one that was willing to work with the homeless coalition. Ms. Susan Josephson from Pioneer Peaceful Haven states there are advantages in Dickinson with some of the housing and there is support to stay here. She states Pioneer Peaceful Haven does have a service coordinator that offers support for residence whom live there. They help them receive benefits and how to continue with services and to keep jobs. She states long term does have housing to support long term needs. She states this community is situated for people to have long term housing. Tony Ordahl has benefited from Badlands Human Service Center and other resources. He states shelter would have been a nice option but the resources in Dickinson are wonderful. Ms. Jessica Odermann states there is funding for emergency needs but this year all the funds will be depleted. There is a need to get immediate shelter to get the needs met. President Scott Decker states possibly using ARPA funding for this need and the city will review this issue during the budget season. Commissioner Jason Fridrich feels a committee should get together and see what the long-term needs are and a plan. City Administrator Brian Winningham states there are $30 billion dollars was put into HUD for grants. He states someone needs to press HUD and federal agency to give to Dickinson. He states money was givento the government to take care of the homeless. He does not feel there is anyone here that will go to find that money. He states for the City of Dickinson feels there is a smaller budget for the future of the $3.6 million dollars for a fraction of money that could be offered for immediate needs to allow for a desperate immediate need in this community. He states the city does not want to become a social service but could be a pass through for the homeless coalition. C. Public Comments not on Agenda None 10. COMMISSION Commissioner Jason Fridrich discusses the Fisher East Side and the road to nowhere. He states has had discussions with city staff in regards to roads that lead to nowhere. City Administrator Brian Winningham states this issue was not pressed by staff or commissioners. He states there are a number of roads that are not developed. He states there is going to be a workshop to discuss roads and what the City is going to do with these roads and how they will benefit the community by sharing the costs. He states at what point does the city pay for the development. Commissioner Jason Fridrich gives an example of 21st Avenue and Dickinson Ready Mix that the street is not paved. Interim City Engineer Loretta Marshik states there are local roads and discussion needs to take place on now to move forward with arterial and outlier roads. Public Works Director Gary Zuroff discusses the road by Midwest Doors as the city has done a lot of maintenance to this to bring the base and the city feels it has gone as far as it can go. There is a lot of ground water there. President Scott Decker states these roads can be discussed at the retreat. ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla Adjournment of the meeting 7:15 P.M. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote… Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed. OFFICIAL MINUTES PREPARED BY: Rita Binstock, Assistant to City Administrator APPROVED BY: Brian Winningham, City Administrator Scott Decker, President Board of City Commissioners Date: January 4, 2021 SK DEVELOPMENT $5,701.41 ADVANCED COLLISION CENTER $1,208.57 AERZEN USA CORPORATION $16,808.46 ALEX AIR APPARATUS INC $310.00 ALLSTATE PETERBILT OF DICKINSON $163.83 ANDYS REPAIR LLC $552.75 APEX $25,973.00 ARAGON MICHAEL $45.50 ARAMARK UNIFORM & CAREER APPAREL GROUP, INC $1,608.69 AUTO VALUE, APH STORE $66.99 BAKER & TAYLOR CO (GA) $6,612.33 BALCO UNIFORM - POLICE ACCOUNT $183.95 BARES, LARRY $180.00 BARR ENGINEERING CO. $1,191.00 BARROS, DEBORA $222.01 BARROS, GREGORY $222.01 BECKER, DANA $159.85 BERGER ELECTRIC INC $176,583.04 BIG HORN TIRE, INC $10,376.94 BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER $166.00 BLACKSTONE AUDIO, INC. $937.99 BORDER STATES ELECTRIC SUPPLY $206.10 BOSCH TROY $200.00 BOSS OFFICE PRODUCTS $239.83 BRAUN DISTRIBUTING $25.80 BRAVERA INSURANCE $41.00 BREN, PAT $240.00 BREZDEN, JEFF $799.42 BROCK WHITE COMPANY LLC $20.22 BROWN, DAN $134.31 BULLINGER, SCOTT $160.00 BURESH, KAREN $374.18 BURKE, BRUCE $140.00 BUTLER MACHINERY CO $2,592.29 CARQUEST AUTO PARTS STORES $229.69 CENGAGE LEARNING $284.14 CONSOLIDATED COMM CORP $6,069.39 CZECH HERITAGE $150.00 DAKOTA FILTER SUPPLY $93.94 DAKOTA FLUID POWER INC $3,010.00 DAKOTA SIGNWERKS $12.00 DEMCO INC $138.63 DICKINSON PARKS & REC (MEMBERS) $2,560.94 DICKINSON SUPPLY INC $8.06 DOCUMENT OUTPUT CENTER, LLC $500.41 DONS FILTER & FURNACES UNLIMITED $1,004.87 DORSEY & WHITNEY LLP $810.00 DTE INC-DICKINSON TRUCK EQUIP $9,689.17 DUKART, SHIRLEY $220.00 EAST END AUTO (POLICE) $100.00 ELDER CARE $683.76 ENG CURBING AND CONCRETE $1,050.00 ERNST, TREVOR $220.00 FASTENAL COMPANY $54.05 FEDERAL EXPRESS $62.40 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC $1,041.80 FERGUSON WATERWORKS #2516 $3,767.80 FIRE & ICE REFRIGERATION, HEATING & AIR LLC $205.00 FISHER SCIENTIFIC COMPANY, LLC $59.44 FLEETMIND SOLUTIONS INC. $3,179.50 FORUM COMMUNICATIONS CO. $515.79 FOUR SEASONS TROPHIES $120.60 FRANCHUK, DEAN $220.00 FRIDRICH, JASON $200.00 GOOSENECK IMPLEMENT $426.90 HACH COMPANY $575.69 HANEL, MICHAEL $80.50 HEART RIVER VOICE $140.00 HOLDAHL TIM $45.50 HOTSY EQUIPMENT COMPANY $1,156.25 HOUSTON ENGINEERING INC $74,066.06 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT $609.75 INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS LLC $259.79 INTERNATIONAL ASSOC OF $225.00 JEROMES DISTRIBUTING INC $12.75 JOHNSON CONTROLS FIRE PROTECTION LP $364.00 JP STEEL & SUPPLY $206.64 JUST-IN GLASS $744.17 KARSKY, SCOTT $180.00 KLJ ENGINEERING LLC $27,127.90 KORDONOWY BRAD $180.00 LANGUAGE LINK $3.74 LAWSON PRODUCTS INC $3,913.22 LEAK LOCATORS of MT $17,649.00 LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES $747.94 LEINTZ, TRAVIS $176.93 LIGHT & SIREN $560.00 LINDE GAS & EQUIPMENT INC $139.82 LOGO MAGIC INC $204.00 MATTHEW BENDER & CO INC. $187.70 MENARDS $582.75 MIDCONTINENT COMMUNICATIONS $186.00 MIDWEST LABORATORIES, INC $245.00 MIDWEST TAPE $3,409.27 MINNESOTA VALLEY TESTING LAB INC $857.66 MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITY $48,686.29 MORTON SALT, INC. $6,509.40 MOTOROLA $30,328.40 MOTT FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT $750.00 MOTT PARK DISTRICT $2,500.00 NAYAX, LLC $8.95 ND DEPT OF ENVIROMENTAL QUALITY $503.16 ND DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION-BISMARCK $162,493.19 ND ONE CALL INC $205.15 NELSON INTERNATIONAL $5,215.12 NEWBY’S ACE HARDWARE $17.97 NEWMAN SIGNS INC $265.72 NORTHERN IMPROVEMENT CO(DIX) $580.00 NORTHWEST TIRE INC $1,413.46 OLYMPIC SALES INC $665.66 PICTOMETRY INTERNATIONAL CORP $3,743.95 POST BOARD $270.00 PRAIRIE AUTO PARTS INC $169.39 PRECISE FLEET MANAGEMENT $621.00 PRINCIPAL INSURANCE COMPANY $15,463.56 PUMP SYSTEMS LLC $212.02 QUADIENT - POSTAGE FUNDING $1,003.00 QUALITY INN/ BISMARCK $432.00 RADISSON HOTEL BISMARCK $172.80 RAPID FIRE PROTECTION INC $440.00 RED ROCK FORD OF DICKINSON $19.81 REGENT CONSUMERS CO-OP $5,000.00 ROUGHRIDER ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $26,922.38 RUDY’S LOCK & KEY LLC $110.00 RUMMEL HELEN $217.74 RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC $909.32 SANFORD HEALTH OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE DIVISION $962.00 SBM $18.12 SCHLABSZ DOROTHY $256.45 SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIRS INC $57.95 SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC. $60.04 SECOND NATURE GREENHOUSE $356.00 SERVICE PRINTERS $555.50 SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO $40.72 SIGN SOLUTIONS $6,192.25 SIOUX VALLEY ENVIRONMENTAL INC $5,336.00 SNYDER INDUSTRIES INC $16,785.45 SOEHREN, SHAWN $240.00 SOUTHWEST GRAIN(BULK) $27,119.97 SOUTHWEST WATER AUTHORITY $473.49 SPEE DEE DELIVERY SERVICE, INC $68.31 SRF CONSULTING GROUP INC $2,099.81 STAPLES BUSINESS CREDIT $158.63 STARK COUNTY AUDITOR $683.85 STONERIDGE SOFTWARE, LLC $7,226.00 STREICHER’S $2,408.79 SW DISTRICT HEALTH UNIT/ WATER SAMPLES $760.00 SW VICTIM WITNESS PROGRAM $505.00 SWMC-LEC BLDG MTNCE FD $11,220.05 SWMCC-PRISONER HOUSING $5,692.50 TITAN MACHINERY $304.66 TOTAL SAFETY US INC $49.65 TRACKER MANAGEMENT $4,877.46 TRANSUNION RISK AND ALTERNATIVE $175.30 TRI-ENERGY COOPERATIVE $16.69 VANGUARD APPRAISALS INC $2,750.00 VERIZON WIRELESS $4,742.86 WALLACE, DAVID $762.30 WEST DAKOTA OIL INC $465.00 WEST PLAINS INC $441.55 WEST PROPERTY MANAGEMENT $992.20 WEX HEALTH INC $877.00 WINN CONSTRUCTION INC $83,294.37 WITMER PUBLIC SAFETY GROUP INC $5.39 ZENT, JAN $381.06 PHAT FISH BREWING LLC $5,750.00 SOUTHWEST HOMELESS COALITION $25,000.00 COMMERCE BANK $15,864.41 (Jan. 5, 2022) 20248