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REGULAR MEETING DICKINSON CITY COMMISSIO

REGULAR MEETING DICKINSON CITY COMMISSION May 3, 2022 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: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve the May 3, 2022 Order of Business as presented. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 2. CONSENT AGENDA MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich A. Approval of meeting minutes dated April 19, 2022 and April 22, 2022. 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. Gaming Site Authorizations Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger presents a gaming site authorization. He states the gaming site run from 7/1/2022 until 6/30/2023. This site is for Buffalo Wild Wings. Interim City Administrator Dassinger along with city staff recommend approval. Commissioner Jason Fridrich states Dickinson Hockey Club is in support of having this gaming in the City of Dickinson. Prairie Grit Adaptive Sports MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich To approve the Gaming Site for Dickinson Charities. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed B. Proclamation – Drinking Water Week Jen Murray whom is the General Manager of SW Water states the first week of May is National Drinking Water Week. She states water is good for health, life and hydration. She thanks the City for supporting SW Water. President Scott Decker thanks Ms. Murray and SW Water and reads the proclamation. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: John Odermann To approve Drinking Water Week Proclamation DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed C. NuFoods Letter of Support President Scott Decker presents a letter of support for NuFoods. They are looking for 10 acres around Dickinson to start a new business. He states Stark Development brought this company forward. Commissioner John Odermann visits about the rainbow energy and saving the coal plant. He visits about the emissions from this company. President Scott Decker states there might be able do carbon offsets. They are looking for a letter of support. They are looking between two cities. Commissioner John Odermann questions whether this is an American company. City Attorney Christina Wenko did review the letter and states it is pretty standards. MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve the letter of support for NuFoods. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed D. Reports: 1. Annual Library Report Library Director Rita Ennen updates the Commissioners on the annual library report. Director Ennen states there have been 58,331visitors to the main library in 2021; 13,938 program attendees. The library was open 61 hours per week for a number of hours open of 3,172. She states the book mobile went 10,127 miles with 252 stops. Director Ennen visits about the programs such as Libby, Hoopla and story times. She states there were 11,496 attendees in the programs this year. Director Ennen visit about the old favorites such as Storytime, Lego Club and Teens and Books Club. She states there are no more late fees for books. People still need to return the books in good shape but there will not be anymore late fees. She does state 72% of the budget is spent on staff. She states the summer reading program kickoff is May 28, 2022 with a pirate theme. Commissioners thank Ms. Ennen for all her hard work. 2. Prairie Outpost Park Museum Center Director Robert Fuhrmann updates the Commissioners on the Prairie Outpost Park. He states six trees were transplanted in memory of Vern Quam. He states the city does have a new Forester, Blake Johnson. Director Fuhrman updates the commissioner on the second project which is the South Heart Depot. He states this project was delayed a bit due to supplies. He states updates to the depot would be doors, siding, windows and rediscover the exterior area of the back door. He states they are excited about this project. They would also like to redo the roof. They would like to recreate the inside of the depot which is an ugly green. Director Fuhrman states the Station Master and family lived in these houses. He states the longest family that lived in the depot was the last family. He states it was unusual for the wife to work for the railroad in some capacity. The project has received a grant of $14,000. He states the next project is the Stabbur. The materials for the exterior are supported by Clarence Kornell. This is reimbursable by matching grants. The proposal of new Stateline Markers. These were discussed by Director Fuhrman. Curt Glasoe from the North Dakota Society of Professional Land Surveyors discusses the Dakota Markers and that NDSU is actually a marker. 4. PUBLIC SAFETY A. Fire Department 1. Reports: Monthly Report Fire Chief Jeremy Presnell updates the commission on the April monthly report which included 80 calls for service. Chief Presnell states the firefighters did shovel their way to an elderly couple’s house in to help in the storm. He states the Fire Departments services go beyond fire suppression. There were 284 calls for service which is an increase of 7%. He states false alarms are the highest calls for service. Chief Presnell states the response times did see a slight increase due to the weather and snow conditions. Chief Presnell states a recruit firefighter from high school, Rachel Thompson, has won on the state level for Skills USA and now is going onto Nationals in Georgia. This accomplishment is huge for the program. President Scott Decker states the Fire Department did an outstanding job during the snow storm. B. Police Department 1. Reports: None 5. ENGINEERING A. 2022 Annual Sidewalk Program – Acceptance of Bid Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger presents the 2022 Annual Sidewalk Program bid acceptance. Bids for the 2022 Annual City of Dickinson Sidewalk Program were opened April 27, 2022. Winn Construction, Inc. was the only bidder, having the bid amount of $251,520.52. The itemized bid amounts increased about 10% from last year’s bid. This project is a mechanism the City offers to encourage property owners to make improvements to sidewalks, curb & gutter, and driveways, which are within the street right-of-way, through a voluntary Special Improvement District. Administrator Dassinger states staff recommends approval. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: John Odermann To approve the 2022 Annual Sidewalk Program Bid from Winn Construction, Inc. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 6. PUBLIC WORKS A. Surplus Supply List Solid Waste/Recycling Manager Aaron Praus presents an accumulative list of declared surplus. He states the tentative date for the auction is June 25, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. The list includes equipment and supplies as well as police evidence. The auction will be held at the old public works building at 610 West Broadway. This will be a live auction. The list will be added to the website once the ad is created. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve the 2022 Supply List for auction. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed B. ND Sewage Pump Contract Utilities Manager Zastoupil presents the ND Sewage Pump contract. He states this is an annual contract which the price is the same as the last year. He states this contract is to service 18 of the lift stations and 38 pumps. This helps to basically clean lift stations, inspect them. He states staff recommends approval. MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich To approve ND Sewage Pump Annual Contract. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed E. Reports: 1. Snow Operations Report Public Works Director Gary Zuroff updates the commissioners on the snow storm costs. Director Zuroff thanks his staff and especially Aaron Praus, Scott Hirning and Dave Clem. He states they couldn’t have gotten the job done without his staff. He states the hard work did not go unnoticed. Mr. Zuroff is very proud of his staff and that it was a community effort to get through the storm. He states overtime cost was $36,676.81 for a total of 956.6 hours. This was on top of the normal 10 hours days his staff worked. He states the people working longer hours were very dedicated. He thanks the contractors that the city used such as Tooz, Winn, Rock Solid Express, Edward Schwartz, Terry Waterworks, and Martin Construction. He updates the commission on the material that was used such as salt, brine, cutting edges for a total cost of $98,299.81. The cost of fuel was $12,778.33. Commissioner John Odermann thanked the PW staff for all their help at the hospital. He thanked them for clearing the ambulance bay and all of their help. Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger states the total cost of the snow storm was approximately $242,000 and this amount was submitted to emergency services and the city is hoping to get some repayment for this event. 7. PLANNING 1. A. Renaissance Zone – Good Humanity Coffee Company, LLC City/County Planner Steven Josephson presents a Renaissance Zone request for Good Humanity Coffee Company. He states this is located at 1126 Villard Street West which used to be the site of an auto salvage company which has been cleared. He states this request, if approved tonight, would be sent to the State of ND for approval. The cost of the project has to be 50% of the true and fair value. The cost of the project is $280,000 dollars. The property is appraised at $75,000. Planner Josephson states having a commercial business there is an addition to the west Villard. MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: John Odermann Adopt Resolution No. 10-2022 RESOLUTION NO. __10-2022 A RESOLUTION APPROVING A RENAISSANCE ZONE APPLICATION BY GOOD HUMANITY COFFEE COMPANY LLC DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed B. Final Plat – Dollar General Planning Director Walter Hadley presents the request for a Final Plat for Dollar General Addition to create 2 Community Commercial lots of 1.80 & 5.21 acres in size. The site includes a total of approximately 7.36 acres. The final plat was heard by the Planning Commission held a public hearing and no public comments were given. The Planning Commission and Staff would recommend approval. MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich Adopt Resolution No. 11-2022 RESOLUTION NO. __11-2022 A RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL PLAT ENTITLED DOLLAR GENERAL ADDITION MINOR SUBDIVISION STARK COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed C. Road Vacation – Morey Bang Subdivision Planning Director Walter Hadley presents a vacation request to an existing platted ROW abuts to the newly approved Acres Subdivision to the east. The ROW was included within the original plat and never improved by the developer or Stark County and has been determined not necessary for public use by Stark County. The Planning Commission held a public hearing and no public comments were given. MOTION BY: Nikki Wolla SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik Adopt Resolution No. 12-2022 RESOLUTION NO. __12-2022 A RESOLUTION APPROVING VACATION OF A STREET WITHIN MOREY BANG PINEY ACRES WEST SUBDIVISION, IN THE EXTRA-TERRITORIAL ZONE OF THE CITY OF DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed F. Phase I City Lot Sales Planning Director Walter Hadley presents four city lots that were previously advertised for sale in 2021 and he is proposing to advertise those for sale. City Attorney Christina Wenko states this has been done in the past and then published for three consecutive weeks. This advertising is required by the century code. Commissioner Jason Fridrich is questioning why the city would set a minimum price on the lots if they are going out for a bid. Planning Director Walter Hadley states he and the City Assessor had reviewed the lots and came to the listing price. City Attorney Christina Wenko states State statue request that at any time the land is for sale it needs to be advertised. The city accepts the highest bid normally. Commissioner Jason Fridrich states the lots next to Fisher East Side lots is valued at $9,700 and the city has a list price at a much higher cost. He feels for the best interest of the city is to sell these properties and to get it them back on the tax roll. Planning Director Walter Hadley states this process has gone through a number of administrator and the process has changed a bit. A minimum bid was something that was carried forward from the past. Commissioner John Odermann states he would like to review the list of lots for sale and talk about it as a Commission as the city may need some of these properties in the future. Commissioner Jason Fridrich agrees with this. He states the old city parking lot listed at $127,900 as he feels that the city paid almost $200,000 for this lot and he would like to see the city get back the money that was put into it. Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger states a lot of discussion needs to be held before the sale of parking lots. This parking lot was advertised in 2021. A more in-depth discussion needs to happen. Planning Director Walter Hadley states in regards to the Master Plan for the south side of town. He has a request into KLJ to amend their contract to include the south side. KLJ is already doing the plan for the east side of Dickinson. Mr. Hadley states his department does not have any funds to do this master plan for the south side of town. He thought KLJ could just duck tail off of the original east side plan and do the south side plan also. President Scott Decker would like to hold off on advertising the city lots for sale. He would like to see the RFP put out for the south side of Dickinson. MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich To table the city lot sales. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 8. BUILDING/CODE ENFORCEMENT A. Reports: 1. Building and Code Enforcement Building Official Leonard Schwindt presents the 2021 annual Building and Code Enforcement report. He states the commercial and valuations set forth encompass the county so the city has seen an upward trend. There are 68 single family detach structures and 21 are in the county. The valuation total for new permits are $35 million and this is not assessed value. Valuations are up across the board. He discussing miscellaneous items such as plumbing and concrete. Permit fees remitted to the city is $631,000. Code Enforcement Officer Tiffany Johnson gives the 2021 annual code enforcement repot which includes 1,120 total properties with grass violations. She states this includes the entire city for grass and weeds. There were several weeds seen this past year in Dickinson to include leafy spurge, Canadian thistle, etc. She states the city is hoping to see less weeds this year. The City has hired 2 mowing contractors and 1 spraying contractor. Ms. Johnson states they went out 130 times last year and mowed 82 properties and 10 properties were sprayed. Officer Johnson states that 92% of the people comply with the violations. The income from the violations was $90,000 for grass and weeds. There were 107 parking and vehicle violations. Ms. Johnson states the city is currently updating the parking ordinance. Building Official Leonard Schwindt states there are 2 unlicensed mobile home parks and one has until June 1, 2022 to comply in order to a license. Mr. Schwindt states legal process has begun against the other park. 9. PUBLIC HEARING AND PUBLIC COMMENTS NOT ON AGENDA – 5:00 P.M. A. Public Hearing – Rezone Request – Gooseneck Planning Director Walter Hadley presents a rezoning request for Gooseneck. This property is located north of Exit 64. This item has been reviewed by Planning and Zoning with no negative comments. President Scott Decker opens the public hearing at 5:04 p.m. Hearing no public comments, the hearing is closed at 5:05 p.m. and the following motion is made. MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: John Odermann To approve first reading Ordinance #1748. ORDINANCE NO. 1748 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE DISTRICT ZONING MAP FOR REZONING AND RECLASSIFYING DESIGNATED LOTS, BLOCKS OR TRACTS OF LAND WITHIN THE ZONING JURISDICTION OF THE, CITY OF DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed B. Public Hearing – Chapter 2 Amendment - Text Amendment City attorney Christina Wenko presents a Chapter 2 text amendment. She states this is in regards to territorial jurisdiction. Attorney Wenko states the city would like to expand the ETZ and this has additional language in this section, incorporating a zoning map and this map along with the text amendment would expand the ETZ. President Scott Decker opens the public hearing at 5:09 p.m. Hearing no public comments, the hearing is closed at 5:10 p.m. and the following motion is made. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve first reading Ordinance #1749 . ORDINANCE NO. 1748 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RE-ENACTING CHAPTER 2.20.070 OF THE CITY CODE OF THE CITY OF DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA, RELATING TO THE EXTRATERRITORIAL ZONING JURISDICTION OF THE CITY OF DICKINSON DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed C. Public Hearing – Chapter 39 – ETZ Expansion and Reclassification of Loss/Parcels City attorney Christina Wenko states this Chapter 39 amendment would serve two functions. This would bring in the parcels that will be part of the newly acquired ETZ and reclass parcels into the city’s proposed zoning designation. Ms. Wenko and staff recommend approval. President Scott Decker opens the public hearing at 5:12 p.m. Hearing no public comments, the hearing is closed at 5:15 p.m. and the following motion is made. MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve first reading Ordinance #1750 ORDINANCE NO. 1750 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE DISTRICT ZONING MAP FOR REZONING DUE TO THE EXPANSION OF THE EXTRATERRITORIAL ZONE AND RECLASSIFYING DESIGNATED LOTS, BLOCKS OR TRACTS OF LAND WITHIN THE NEWLY ACQUIRED EXTRATERRITORIAL ZONING JURISDICTION OF THE CITY OF DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed D. Public Hearing – Chapter 2 Amendment – Planning and Zoning Commission Expansion City attorney Christina Wenko presents a Chapter 2 amendment which would allow the appointment of more planning and zoning commission members. This ordinance is set up by the population requirements. This would amend the existing ordinance to allow for a maximum of 9 members to serve on the Planning and Zoning Board. The ordinance does read that the city has one designated rep and that would be from the Park Board. President Scott Decker opens the public hearing at 5:16 p.m. Hearing no public comments, the hearing is closed at 5:17 p.m. and the following motion is made. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: John Odermann To approve first reading Ordinance #1751 ORDINANCE NO. 1751 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND RE-ENACTING SECTION 2.20.010 OF ARTICLE 2 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE CITY OF DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA, RELATING TO MEMBERSHIP OF THE PLANNNING AND ZONING COMMISSION DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed E. Public Comments not on Agenda None 10. COMMISSION Commissioner John Odermann would like to bring back a discussion on ARPA funding. He feels there are existing things coming to Dickinson within the next year. President Scott Decker states he and Commissioner Nikki Wolla did attend the Behavioral Health Conference in Watford City along with a few members of the Youth Commission. He states there was great information at the conference and the Youth Commission participated in the panel and did an amazing job. Commissioner Nikki Wolla did receive a lot of compliments about getting this program going. She states “kudos” to the youth. ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich Adjournment of the meeting 6:40 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: ____________________ Dustin Dassinger, Interim City Administrator ____________________ Scott Decker, President Board of City Commissioners Date: May 17, 2022 FRATERNAL ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS $20,000.00 ND OFFICE OF STATE TAX COMM $715.36 ACCENT WIRE-TIE $3,760.41 ADVANCED BUSINESS METHODS $3,565.07 ALEX AIR APPARATUS INC $590.00 AMERICAN WELDING & GAS INC $267.32 APEX $116,934.55 ARAMARK UNIFORM & CAREER APPAREL GROUP, INC $2,164.13 AUTO VALUE, APH STORE $52.42 B & K ELECTRIC $200.00 BAKER & TAYLOR CO (GA) $3,547.33 BALCO UNIFORM - POLICE ACCOUNT $777.21 BAYMONT by WYNDHAM BIS/MAN AREA $86.40 BERGER ELECTRIC INC $3,353.86 BIG HORN TIRE, INC $307.50 BOSCH LUMBER CO $9.90 BOSS OFFICE PRODUCTS $5.49 BRAUN DISTRIBUTING $39.80 BRAUN INTERTEC CORPORATION $215.00 BRAVERA INSURANCE $4,316.00 BROCK WHITE COMPANY LLC $3,450.46 BUILDERS FIRSTSOURCE INC $3,280.77 BUTLER MACHINERY CO $1,895.30 CARQUEST AUTO PARTS STORES $562.67 CITY OF FARGO $500.00 CLEAN SWEEP VACUUM CENTER $105.43 CLEM DAVID $286.00 CONSOLIDATED COMM CORP $135.26 DACOTAH PAPER CO $184.87 DAKOTA CAULKING $5,530.00 DENNYS ELECTRIC INC $150.00 DICKINSON FIRE FIGHTERS ASSOCIATION $350.00 DTE INC-DICKINSON TRUCK EQUIP $180.00 DUKES WELDING & FABRICATION $563.08 EDWARD H SCHWARTZ CONSTRUCTION INC $8,142.00 ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS INC $375.00 EVOQUA WATER TECHNOLOGIES LLC $16,600.29 FASTENAL COMPANY $110.80 FLEETMIND SOLUTIONS INC. $1,015.00 FORCE AMERICA DISTRIBUTING LLC $9,854.01 FORUM COMMUNICATIONS CO. $127.82 GAFFANEYS FLORAL $65.00 GEMSTONE CREATIONS $1,707.00 GENERAL STEEL & SUPPLY $128.19 GOOSENECK IMPLEMENT $219.56 GREAT NORTHERN ENVIRONMENTAL $7,913.75 HACH COMPANY $1,595.43 HC3 $986.05 HEIL ENVIRONMENTAL INDUSTRIES LTD $2,207.40 HIGHLANDS ENGINEERING & SURVEYING PLLC $16,727.98 INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS LLC $61.50 J J KELLER & ASSOCIATES INC $3,005.97 JEROMES DISTRIBUTING INC $12.75 JLG ARCHITECTS $5,378.24 LIBERTY DOORS, LLC $120.00 LOGO MAGIC INC $2,063.00 MAC’S HARDWARE $44.50 MARTIN CONSTRUCTION INC $3,087.50 MARTIN’S WELDING & REFRIGERATION INC $12,790.70 MENARDS $160.10 MIDWEST DOORS INC $103.05 MIDWEST LABORATORIES, INC $1,083.66 MIDWEST TAPE $767.65 MINNESOTA VALLEY TESTING LAB INC $761.60 MITCHELL 1/MITCHELL REPAIR INFO CO. $2,445.10 MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITY $84,979.81 NAMENIUK, SHELLY $221.16 ND DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION-BISMARCK $118,391.13 NDAAO $575.00 NELSON INTERNATIONAL $293.85 NEWBY’S ACE HARDWARE $294.71 NORTHERN IMPROVEMENT CO(DIX) $580.00 NORTHWEST TIRE INC $266.46 OTTE SETH $286.00 PRAIRIE AUTO PARTS INC $28.07 PRESORT PLUS $6,808.24 PUMP SYSTEMS LLC $1,535.54 QUALITY INN/ BISMARCK $518.40 QUALITY QUICK PRINT INC $1,436.00 R & J COMMUNICATIONS $477.47 RADISSON HOTEL BISMARCK $172.80 RAMSEY LAW OFFICE PLLC $75.00 RED ROCK FORD OF DICKINSON $2,199.00 REITER WELDING INC $1,175.00 ROCK SOLID EXPRESS $8,520.00 ROUGH RIDER INDUSTRIES $2,200.00 RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC $428.29 SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC. $171.98 SOUTHWEST GRAIN(BULK) $82,869.60 SOUTHWEST WATER AUTHORITY $293.38 SPEE DEE DELIVERY SERVICE, INC $137.79 STAPLES BUSINESS CREDIT $30.45 STREICHER’S $8,250.98 SW DISTRICT HEALTH UNIT/ MEDICAL $157.00 SWANSTON EQUIPMENT $136.27 SWMCC-PRISONER HOUSING $5,125.00 TEMP RIGHT SERVICES INC $271.00 TERRY’S WATERWORKS LLC $1,875.00 TITAN MACHINERY $21,769.99 TOOZ CONSTRUCTION INC $52,270.00 TOTAL SAFETY US INC $266.12 TRACKER MANAGEMENT $8,756.66 VICKERS LAW $1,125.00 VIKING GLASS OF ND INC $231.00 WEST DAKOTA OIL INC $3,750.89 WEST RIVER LODGE #5 $1,200.00 WESTLIE TRUCK CENTER OF DICKINSON $4,317.20 WIDMER ROEL PC $4,002.40 WINN CONSTRUCTION INC $10,575.00 ZUROFF, GARY $1,149.15 SOUTHWEST WATER AUTHORITY $322,787.39 REVOLVING FUNDS-PETTY CASH $81.79 COMMERCE BANK $17,808.68 (May 11, 2022) 62204