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REGULAR MEETING DICKINSON CITY COMMISSIO

REGULAR MEETING DICKINSON CITY COMMISSION May 17, 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 17, 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: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich A. Approval of meeting minutes dated May 3, 2022 B. Approval of Accounts Payable, Commerce Bank and Checkbook C. Approval of Additional Items for Surplus List DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 3. ADMINISTRATION/FINANCE A. Poppy Proclamation President Scott Decker presents a Poppy proclamation which states May 27, 2022 is Poppy Day. The poppy’s that were presented to the commissioners were made by disabled American veterans and this proclamation is for the sacrifice of fallen soldiers. MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve the Poppy Proclamation. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed B. Gaming Site Authorizations: Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger presents for annual renewal the following gaming sites authorizations. 1. St. Anthony Club MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik To approve the Gaming Site for St. Anthony Club. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 2. Fraternal Order of Eagles MOTION BY: Nikki Wolla SECONDED BY: John Odermann To approve the Gaming Site for Eagles Club DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 3. Spur MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich To approve the Gaming Site for Spur Bar DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 4. Neighbors MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve the Gaming Site for Neighbors DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 5. Grand Dakota Lodge MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: John Odermann To approve the Gaming Site for Grand Dakota Lodge DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 6. Elks Lodge MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik To approve the Gaming Site for Elks DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 7. Army’s Sports Bar MOTION BY: Nikki Wolla SECONDED BY: John Odermann To approve the Gaming Site for Army’s Sports Bar DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 8. Mavericks MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich To approve the Gaming Site for Eagles Club DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed D. Administrator Reports: 1. City Hall Mural Report Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger presents three examples of the mural that was suggested to put on the outside of city hall. The project is to cost approximately $16,000 with artist Guillermo Avalos. This is the same artist that painted the underpass. Interim City Administrator Dassinger is looking for direction from the Commission. President Scott Decker states that he would rather see a seal of the city on this location. He feels this would be a great project for the youth commission to basically hold a city seal creation contest and involve high school and college and local art groups to design the seal. He would like to see the seal along with a flag in this space. Commissioner Nikki Wolla states she could bring this to the youth commission and see how they feel about this project. Commissioner John Odermann would like to see a city seal and questions why the flag is dipping down on the ground in the mural. Public Works Director Gary Zuroff states there will be a flag pole and light right behind the building in town square. Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger states the direction is to not go on with the mural and then to look at a seal and flag. D.Montly Financial Report Accountant Robby Morey presents the monthly financial report. MOTION BY: Nikki Wolla SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik To approve the monthly financial report. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 2. City to be Authorized Financial Responsibility Entity – Library Deputy City Administrator Linda Carlson is requesting a direction from the commission by a vote to move forward on the funding of the library expansion through a USDA Community Facilities Direct Loan. She states the Library Foundation Board members, had a presentation from AE2S Nexus Financial Link on how they could propose to provide funding administration and assistance in achieving a $5M loan at ~2.5% for up to 40 years to complete phase 1 of the Dickinson Library expansion project. The library project at this current time qualifies for this loan under the parameters of our 2010 census. USDA does update their census parameters but at this time the library still qualifies under the rural development parameters. The City of Dickinson would be the applicant of the loan and have the fiscal responsibility of the loan. Under the requirements of this loan, applicants must have legal authority to borrow money, obtain security, repay loans, construct, operate and maintain the proposed facilities. Deputy City Administrator Linda Carlson states the library board will pay for the services up to $10,000. Ms. Carlson is looking to move forward with the $5 million-dollar loan application. The whole project is about $12 million dollars. Ms. Carlson states the city will be going to other counties asking for funding. It would be the city’s responsibility to pay back. Commissioner John Odermann is concerned that the commissioners have not had an update from the library for quite some time and now they would like to put the city on the hook for $5 million dollars. He would like to have this on a future date to be updated on the project. It would also be nice to know what kind of support the library will be getting from other counties. He states what stops the counties from saying the city gave money so they don’t have to. Also, what kind of potential programming will it have, how does the staff fit and volunteers. Commissioner Jason Fridrich asked what has been happening in the interim as the city pledged the $3 million? The city is basically funding Phase I. He states the city is securing the loan and committing the $3 million. Deputy City Administrator Linda Carlson states the whole project was set aside during covid. She does agree that the commission has not seen a drawing in the last year. Ms. Carlson states something can be brought to the next meeting. MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik To table the issue of the $5 million-dollar support letter for the library. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 3. Reports: 1. HR Month Report HR Coordinator Shelly Nameniuk presents an update on the monthly HR Report which includes open positions such as Advanced Computer Tech, the city having a little trouble getting applications for this position; Building Inspector II will be open until filled; Facility Operator, extension; GIS Tech which is a new position, several offers were made but all have withdrawn. Other positions open are limited library hours, part time Firefighter, and others. Ms. Nameniuk states the seasonal open positions have been filling quickly. The City Administrator position will close on June 6, 2022. 2. Senior Citizens Grants Deputy City Administrator Linda Carlson presents the 2022 Senior Citizen Grant awards. Ms. Carlson reads the senior centers that will be receiving funding through the 20% of the 1% of the budget of $50,000. The city had received requests of $44,150 and upon the committee recommending the spending of $44,900. 3. SW Regional Grants Deputy City Administrator Linda Carlson presents the SW Regional Grant recipients. She states there was a request of $118,338 and upon review $47,032 dollars were given to the recipients. 4. PUBLIC SAFETY A. Fire Department 1. Reports: None B. Police Department 1. Reports: Monthly Report Lt. Mike Hanel presents the Dickinson Police Monthly Report. He states for April there were 2, 289 calls for services with the highest being to speak to an officer. Other calls were for ride calls for service; suspicious people or vehicles and 54 welfare checks. Lt. Hanel states there were 462 traffic stops with 78 collections and 4 injuries. There were 84 behavioral health calls for service with 54 welfare checks. Criminal investigation reports 65 open cases with 67 new caseloads. Lt. Hanel discusses the SRO officers which are at Dickinson High School, Dickinson Middle School and elementary schools. He states vaping is quite a problem in the schools. There were 50 fingerprints and 6,309 non-emergency calls to dispatch. The high level of calls was from the snow storms. Lt. Hanel states the Dickinson Police Department celebrated National Telecommunicators Week. At this time, they have a full staff and proud of their accomplishments. He also discusses the animal shelter, daddy/daughter dance and other activities. 5. ENGINEERING A. Reports 1. KLJ Presentation of City Hall Parking Lot James Kiedrowski from KLJ presents two preliminary designs for the parking lot located to the west of City hall. He presents designs to maximize the number of stalls with perpendicular parking at 104 stalls or a second layout with 60-degree stalls with one-way isles. The second design would present with landscaping strips. President Scott Decker would prefer a parking lot with no grass, just light poles and concrete. He does not want to incur any additional costs to the parking lot. Commissioner John Odermann would like to see some green spaces. He feels four bump outs would be enough for him. He states the city could provide a parking lot but aesthetic appeal for the parking lot also. Commissioner Nikki Wolla states there are areas where garbage will accumulate and how the wind swirls back in the parking lot there is no need for additional items. There will also be blind spots with some of the areas. Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger states it appears Plan A and some alternatives to landscaping such as larger stones or rocks to look more aesthetic, Project A with lighting. Commissioner Jason Fridrich states curb islands are broken every year and he is not a fan about them. He does not feel bump outs are a good idea. President Scott Decker states he would like to have protected light poles with no bump outs to allow for more parking spaces. He does like the split driveways. 6. PUBLIC WORKS A. Sims Street Improvements Phase I Public Works Director Gary Zuroff presents a contract with BEK for Sims Street improvements. He states water and sewer will be burrowed under the interstate. Director Zuroff states this is the beginning of Sims Street Project. This project is not part of the drinking water SRF sewer project. MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: John Odermann To approve BEK Consultants for $1,346,275 for Sims Street Improvements Phase I. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed B. Watermain Replacement Project Bid Public Works Director Gary Zuroff presents a bid for the watermain replacement project. This project would include the 1st Avenue SW and SE area where the mill and overlay would be taking place. These are cast iron lead services. The city has received a bid from BEK for $521,119. Director Zuroff feels the city should move forward with this project as the costs are going high. This would replace 90% of the service lines. The city did order pipes and fittings ahead of time. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve BEK Consultants for $521,119 for watermain replacement project bid. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 7. PLANNING A. Rezone Request – Gooseneck Planning Director Walter Hadley presents a second reading for a rezoning request for Gooseneck Trailers which is located along the north side of exit 64 along Interstate 94. There have been no changes since the first reading. MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik To approve second reading and final passage 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. Chapter 2 Amendment – Text Amendment Planning Director Walter Hadley presents for a second reading a text amendment to Chapter 2 Ordinance. There have been no changes since the first reading. One call was received wondering if the city was going to annex this property into the city, otherwise no other calls on this amendment. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: John Odermann To approve second reading and final passage of Ordinance #1749. ORDINANCE NO. 1749 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. Chapter 39 – ETZ Expansion and Reclassification of Lots/Parcels Planning Director Walter Hadley presents for a second reading Ordinance #1750 an Amendment to Chapter 39-for the inclusion of the ETZ Transitional Zoning amendment as part of the expanded 4-mile ETZ as authorized by NDCC and as represented on the boundary/zoning map on file with the City. There have been no changes since the first reading. MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve second reading and final passage 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. Chapter 2 Amendment – Planning and Zoning Commission Expansion Planning Director Walter Hadley presents for a second reading Ordinance #1751 an Amendment to Chapter 2-for the expansion of the City of Dickinson Planning Commission for inclusion of additional members to provide representation within the newly expanded ETZ. No public comment on this proposal to date. No changes from the first reading. MOTION BY: Nikki Wolla SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik To approve second reading and final passage of 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 8. BUILDING/CODE ENFORCEMENT A. Reports: 1. None 9. PUBLIC HEARING AND PUBLIC COMMENTS NOT ON AGENDA – 5:00 P.M. A. Public Hearing – Chapter 7 Amendment City Attorney Christina Wenko presents a chapter 7 amendment which is maintenance update similar to the last ordinance getting penalties updated and inline with the ND Century Code. She states staff recommends approval of this chapter 7 change to the building chapter. President Scott Decker opens the public hearing at 5:14 p.m. Hearing no comments, the public hearing was closed at 5:15 p.m. and the following motion was made. MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: John Odermann To approve first reading Ordinance #1752 ORDINANCE NO. 1752 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 B. Lincoln Parks Townhomes Value Consideration City Assessor Joe Hirschfeld presents from the last Board of Equalization meeting Lincoln Parks Townhomes value consideration. He supports the true and full value. He states if the Commission wants to value it similar to other low-income housing of the first sale of when they built the property for $20 million. The City along with Haan Development have worked hard on this project together. He states it is coming to philosophy right now. Ben Ide with Haan Development whom is the owner of Lincoln Park Townhomes is here to discuss this valuation. He states more information was provided to the city and asking for some relief of this property. The valuation went up 20-25% coming off a year of Covid and a moratorium on evictions and a serious staffing issue. Mr. Ide states they are providing affordable housing and it feels that they are being taxed out of business. He does not feel this is sustainable. Mr. Ide disagrees with the methods being used to analyze this property. He would prefer to use the cap rate. Mr. Ide believes the ND Century Code state the value should be based on a willing buyer and a willing seller. No one is going to pay $5.5 million for this property. Mr. Ide is asking the commissioner to go with option #3 which is a cap rate and he used a cap rate from Wyoming of 7.8. City Assessor Joe Hirschfeld states this valuation was based on sales. This value is with market rate rent for properties with this program. He states when the city saw the increase of sales the city made the adjustment this year. This was the entire class of properties. Assessor Hirschfeld handed out exemption for low-income property in town. He does state the first owner of the property does receive benefits from the program. Ben Ide states this is a competitive program. They were awarded housing tax credit when this property was built. The tax credit to build the project goes to the developer and buyer does not receive tax credit benefits. Mr. Ide states the rent cap for this townhome is that he has 8 at 30%; net collectable rent is $616 to $712 dollars maximum. There are 60% of the units at $900 for a 2 bedroom and $1,100 for 3 bedrooms. City Assessor Joe Hirschfeld states the intent of #2 is a study to locate all low income housing tax credits to make sure they are consisting in the valuation. President Scott Decker closes the public hearing at 5:48 p.m. and the following motion is made. MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich To approve Option #2 to make no changes to present valuation and complete study for 2023 tax year of all LIHTC properties, to add 30-35% OBS in a manner given to other low-income properties. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed C. Public Comments not on Agenda Citizen Jeff Ficek states he is part of the SW Patriots Coalition and invites the commissioners to an event on June 8, 2022 at St. Anthony Club with a speaker at 7:00 p.m. to be Judge Robert Keogh. He states this would give a chance for the candidates to step up to the podium. He states this would be the last opportunity before the June primary. 10. COMMISSION Commissioner John Odermann would like to thank Public Works Director Gary Zuroff, Fire Chief Jeremy Presnell, Interim Police Chief Joe Cianni and everything that helped out at “Touch a Truck”. He states it was really cool event and to see the people in the community. The kids had a great time. President Scott Decker visits about ND Community Cares. He would like to review what it would take to become a member of ND Community Cares. This program would bring awareness for veterans and provides a lot of services and links. It is a veteran driven group and is big on mental health. He states the city of Dickinson should consider becoming a part of that organization. ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik Adjournment of the meeting 6:45 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: June7, 2022 ____________ ADVANCED BUSINESS METHODS $148.97 ADVANCED WEIGHING SYSTEMS $4,500.00 ADVANTAGE CREDIT BUREAU $270.00 ALABAMA FIRE COLLEGE $14,000.00 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS $460.00 ANGUIANO, IAN $346.40 ARAMARK UNIFORM & CAREER APPAREL GROUP, INC $776.40 AT&T $25.65 AUTO VALUE, APH STORE $180.87 B & K ELECTRIC $2,560.00 BAKER & TAYLOR CO (GA) $1,686.64 BALCO UNIFORM - POLICE ACCOUNT $62.74 BARROS, DEBORA $444.02 BECKER, DANA $159.85 BEK CONSULTING $9,621.50 BERGER ELECTRIC INC $15,456.98 BIG HORN TIRE, INC $2,413.28 BORDER STATES ELECTRIC SUPPLY $571.53 BRAUN DISTRIBUTING $100.25 BRAUN INTERTEC CORPORATION $4,375.00 BRAVERA INSURANCE $55.00 BROWN, DAN $134.31 BUILDERS FIRSTSOURCE INC $54.22 BURESH, KAREN $374.18 BURNS & McDONNELL ENGINEERING Co. $1,756.00 BUTLER MACHINERY CO $212.78 CARQUEST AUTO PARTS STORES $294.65 CASE ELECTRIC LLC $831.83 CENGAGE LEARNING $277.39 CENTRAL MECHANICAL INC $23,738.72 COLDSPRING $1,092.00 CONSOLIDATED COMM CORP $1,969.09 CONSOLIDATED COMM CORP $3,203.12 COVENANT LEGAL GROUP $1,440.00 CUMMINS SALES AND SERVICE $1,425.00 DECKER, SCOTT J $123.00 DENNYS ELECTRIC INC $13,993.84 DIAMOND H RENTALS $400.00 DICKINSON CONVENTION BUREAU $17,983.98 DICKINSON PARKS & REC $18,557.95 DICKINSON PARKS & REC (MEMBERS) $2,681.80 DICKINSON SUPPLY INC $6.55 DICKINSON TR AIRPORT $10,702.00 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & RAPE CENTER $5,364.67 DONS FILTER & FURNACES UNLIMITED $1,742.85 EAST END AUTO (POLICE) $300.00 ELDER CARE $17,083.34 ELECTRIC PUMP $10,552.25 ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS INC $1,727.50 ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE ASSOCIATES $120.16 FASTENAL COMPANY $346.18 FISHER SCIENTIFIC COMPANY, LLC $118.54 FLEETMIND SOLUTIONS INC. $1,015.00 FORCE AMERICA DISTRIBUTING LLC $621.00 FORUM COMMUNICATIONS CO. $2,903.56 GENERAL STEEL & SUPPLY $195.16 GOOSENECK IMPLEMENT $362.54 HARRIS WASTE MGT GROUP/CORDELE $402.19 HAYES INSTRUMENT CO INC $11.50 HAYNES, MELBYE LAW OFFICE PLLC $945.00 HEART RIVER LEGAL SERVICES, PLLC $2,900.00 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT $583.50 INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS LLC $118.10 J J KELLER & ASSOCIATES INC $2,784.42 JEROMES DISTRIBUTING INC $144.50 JLG ARCHITECTS $6,292.00 JOHNSON CONTROLS FIRE PROTECTION LP $2,771.76 KFC $50.00 KONECRANES $1,802.00 LENCO ARMORED VEHICLES $309.29 LOGO MAGIC INC $1,260.00 MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM $23,500.00 MAC’S HARDWARE $66.68 MATTHEW BENDER & CO INC. $93.85 MENARDS $339.25 MIDCONTINENT COMMUNICATIONS $88.39 MIDWEST DOORS INC $599.05 MIDWEST TAPE $215.90 MINNESOTA VALLEY TESTING LAB INC $1,148.20 MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITY $4,582.50 ND INSURANCE RESERVE FUND $1,107.00 ND ONE CALL INC $257.25 ND STATE RADIO COMMUNICATIONS $858.00 NDLTAP $50.00 NEWBY’S ACE HARDWARE $600.62 NEWMAN SIGNS INC $176.07 NORTH CENTRAL REGIONAL ASSOCIATION ASSESSING OFFICERS $325.00 NORTHWEST TIRE INC $774.16 O’REILLY AUTO PARTS $9.99 OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY $2,368.68 PARADISE DRY CLEANERS, LLC $18.79 POWERPLAN OIB $97.45 PRINCIPAL INSURANCE ** COBRA ** $1,107.08 PRINCIPAL INSURANCE COMPANY $15,545.42 PUMP SYSTEMS LLC $311.43 RADISSON HOTEL BISMARCK $259.20 RAYS AUTO ELECTRIC INC $251.90 RED ROCK FORD OF DICKINSON $5,445.83 REITER WELDING INC $1,275.00 REVOLVING FUNDS-PETTY CASH $180.00 REVOLVING FUNDS-PETTY CASH $200.00 ROCK SOLID EXPRESS $2,040.00 ROUGHRIDER ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE $25,656.55 RUMMEL HELEN $171.74 RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC $534.58 SANFORD HEALTH OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE DIVISION $1,136.00 SCHLABSZ DOROTHY $256.45 SCHMIDT, KYLE $213.30 SCHOOL SPECIALTY, INC. $80.72 SELLE TODD $450.00 SERVICE PRINTERS $130.00 SHUMAKER, RACHEL $213.30 SMITH FERTILIZER & GRAIN $6,757.54 SODEXO INC & AFFILIATES $3,823.11 SOUTHWEST GRAIN(BULK) $7,194.20 SOUTHWEST WATER AUTHORITY $721.08 SPEE DEE DELIVERY SERVICE, INC $98.05 STARK COUNTY AUDITOR $2,734.35 STARK DEVELOPMENT CORP $62,500.00 STEFFAN’S SAW & BIKE $453.95 SW VICTIM WITNESS PROGRAM $804.00 SWMCC-PRISONER HOUSING $7,290.86 TITAN MACHINERY $706.50 TOOZ CONSTRUCTION INC $471,373.00 TOTAL CONTROL INC $3,500.00 TOTAL SAFETY US INC $147.50 TR MEDORA FOUNDATION $20,379.60 TRACK, INC $936.22 TRACKER MANAGEMENT $2,749.34 TRANSUNION RISK AND ALTERNATIVE $180.20 TRAVELERS $5,250.00 TRITECH FORENSICS $43.50 ULINE $333.48 VERIZON WIRELESS $5,160.06 WALLACE, DAVID $762.30 WEST DAKOTA OIL INC $680.65 WESTERN DENT $250.00 WEX HEALTH INC $892.00 WINN CONSTRUCTION INC $4,492.50 ZENT, JAN $381.06 (June 1, 2022) 69208