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REGULAR MEETING DICKINSON CITY COMMISSIO

REGULAR MEETING DICKINSON CITY COMMISSION June 7, 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: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich To approve the June 7, 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: Nikki Wolla SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich A. Approval of meeting minutes dated May 17, 2022 B. Approval of Accounts Payable, Commerce Bank and Checkbook DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 3. ADMINISTRATION/FINANCE A. ND Community Cares Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger presents a resolution for ND Community Cares which is to strengthen an accessible, seamless network of support for Service Members, Veterans, Families, and Survivors. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve the Proclamation DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed President Scott Decker reads the proclamation. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla Adopt Resolution No. 13-2022 RESOLUTION NO. __13-2022 A RESOLUTION ND CARES COMMUNITY, CITY OF DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA 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. Fort Abraham Lincoln Foundation MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik To approve Fort Abraham Lincoln for Champs Sports Bar at 1125 West Villard. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 2. DSU Heritage Foundation MOTION BY: Nikki Wolla SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich To approve the Gaming Site for DSU Heritage Foundation for Bernie’s Esquire Club at 43 Sims Street. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed C. Administrator Reports: 1. FEMA Snow Removal Reimbursement Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger updates the Commission on the fact the City of Dickinson, nor the State of ND received any funding for the April 12-14, 2022 snow storm which the city spent $242,000. No FEMA reimbursement for any cities in ND was received. 2. Planning Department Update Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger states the city has reassigned the Planners duties amongst other staff. 3. Thank you notes Provided for informational purposes only. 4. Budget Dates Discussion Deputy City Administrator Linda Carlson presents several dates for budget discussion. She states there are 30 departments. She provides several options for the presentations. After discussion it was decided that three slides will be provided by the department heads during the discussion. There will be nine department heads and this will take place on June 23, 2022 at 7:30 a.m. The July 5th Commission meeting will be moved to July 6, 2022. There will also be a special commission meeting on June 28, 2022 at 7:30 a.m. D. Chapter 7 Amendment City Attorney Christina Wenko presents for a second reading Chapter 7. This is to update the existing code in regards to penalties as relates to building code and bring the code into compliance. There have been no changes since the first reading with no comments or concerns. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve second reading and final passage 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 E. Job Description – Community Development Director/Engineer Position HR Coordinator Shelly Nameniuk presents a new job description for a Community Development Director/Engineer Position. She states this position would oversee the city Development, Building and Codes, Planning Department and Engineering Departments. She states city staff is looking for questions or concerns in approving this position. Commissioner Jason Fridrich states he has visited with Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger and he does not feel this is a common position and wondering if the city will find someone with experience in this field along with planning. He is not sure there will be someone with all this experience in all departments. He states the City of Dickinson did not have a Planning Department until the oil boom. HR Coordinator Nameniuk states if the city does not advertise the position we will never know if there is someone out there. Ms. Nameniuk states this person would need to oversee the department and working collaborate for the common goal of the department and work with engineering department to oversee those departments and all items would be directed through one person. The grade level was not decided upon. Ms. Nameniuk discusses the grades of 23 or 24. She states the last city engineer was at the top end of grade 23 and not much room for anyone to go in that position. President Scott Decker does agree with Ms. Nameniuk to post the position and then the commission can make the decision. The city could also have this person under contract and report to the city administrator. Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger states the position would be designed to have cohesiveness in the building office department, engineering and planning. There will be room for improvement. He also agrees with HR Coordinator Nameniuk to advertise the position. Commissioner Suzi Sobolik states this position is more of a leadership person with an engineering skill set. Commissioner Nikki Wolla has reviewed this position and states it should be from $165,000 to $177,000. Commissioner Jason Fridrich is not sure if this a contractor position either but possibly place it in grade 24 and see what happens. Commissioner John Odermann states this position has been in limbo for some time and he feels it is nice to see some movement on this position. He feels this position will be desperately needed with a new city administrator. He states it will be a focus on development in the city with no planner. MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: John Odermann To approve the Community Development Director/Engineer Position job description with a grade of 24. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed F. Abatement – 1774 3rd Avenue East City Assessor Joe Hirschfeld has come to the commission under this rare residential abatement and asks the commission to accept his recommendation. Property Appraiser Heather Davis presents an abatement for 1774 3rd Avenue East. She states the abatement is for 2021 which showed a higher valuation from the basement being finished but in fact the basement was not completed due to higher costs. Ms. Davis states she along with staff recommend the 2021 valuation be correct to $251,400 due to the basement not being completed. The property owner’s purchased the property in 2021 and the previous owner did take out a permit but it had expired. MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve the staff recommendation for abatement for 1774 3rd Avenue East at $251,400. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed G. State Line Marker Monument – Prairie Outpost Park Museum Director Bob Fuhrmann presents a request for a ND State Line quartzite monument marker in Prairie Outpost Park. He states the letter is a request to proceed with that project. He states this is a cool project and will be a great addition to the Prairie Outpost Park. City staff recommends approval to move forward with this project. President Scott Decker states this will be a great addition to the park and thanks Museum Director Fuhrman for a job well done. MOTION BY: Nikki Wolla SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik To approve the ND State Line Quartzite Monument in Prairie Outpost Park. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 4. PUBLIC SAFETY A. Fire Department 1. Reports: Monthly Report Fire Chief Jeremy Presnell presents the monthly Fire Department Report. There were 72 calls for service and 353 calls year-to-date. This is a 5% increase from 2021. There were 20 calls over this past weekend in two days. Emergency medical service calls are #1. He states the calls by station are significantly higher number in the south part of town with Station #1. Response times have actually been brought down by 17 seconds at Station 1. Fire Chief Presnell states firefighters are getting their gear on faster and getting into the truck faster. Station #2 has had a 40 second decrease. Chief Presnell states there were 340 training hours with 252 routine inspections. He discusses community activities. There were 15 high school students in the Fire Fighter I academy in 2022. The city gained 3 applicants from this school to do part time work for the city. B. Police Department 1. Reports: None 5. ENGINEERING A. KLJ Task Order Amendment – Mill and Overlay Interim City Engineer Loretta Marshik presents a task order for the 2022 mill and overlay. She states this task order would include construction and post construction services. This would be at an hourly rate with not to exceed $364,000. The total cost of the project was $4.5 million. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik To approve the KLJ Task Order amendment for the 2022 Mill and Overlay for not to exceed $364,000. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed B. 4th Avenue East Urban Roads Project – Acceptance of Bid Interim City Engineer Loretta Marshik presents an urban roads project for 4th avenue East between 21st Street East to 26th Street East. The bids came in 42% over the engineers estimate and the city rejected the bids. The bids have been rebid and they were opened on 5/15/2022 with the Strata Corporation being at $1,387,124.15. This is 12% over the engineers estimate. She states the urban roads project will receive federal funding up to $800,000 so the remaining amount for the project is $587,124.15 MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve the bid from Strata Corporation for the amount of the City’s portion of $587,124.15. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed 6. PUBLIC WORKS A. Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Loan Application Resolution Public Works Director Gary Zuroff presents the loan application resolution for the drinking water state revolving fund. This project is on the south side of Dickinson. This resolution is needed to provide information to the state for the SRF project. This is a clean water SRF for lead lined replacement and it looks like the reimbursement would be 40%. Signing this resolution would allow the city to apply and get the process going. MOTION BY: Nikki Wolla SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich Adopt Resolution No. 15-2022 RESOLUTION NO. __15-2022 A RESOLUTION APPROVING APPLICATION FOR LOAN UNDER CLEAN WATER ACT DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed B. Reports: 1. Public Works Annual Report PW Director Zuroff presents the 2021 annual Public Works Report. He explains the essential services are expected from the citizens. The city does provide dependable high quality work for the city of Dickinson and SW ND. He states public works is behind the scenes are safe and ready to respond. Director Zuroff states there are 65 full time staff and 15 seasonal employees. Director Zuroff presented a change in the org chart to recruit and retain staff. He discusses capital improvement projects. Operations Manager Dave Clem states the city has 6 cemeteries and 1 mausoleum to upkeep. He discusses weed control and has used 4,889 gallons of spray and has sprayed 46 acres. There were 107 trees planted. He discusses the fleet operations with 1,272 work orders with the cost of $388,437 dollars. There was 117,543 gallons of fuel used in 2021 with 51,741 gallons of diesel, 54,511 gallons of gas for a total cost of $286,691. He discusses other operations such as ice control. He states the city has 364 vehicles which are maintained. Solid Waste/Recycling Manager Aaron Praus updates the commissioners on the solid waste and recycling. He states the city of Dickinson’s service area is from the Montana border to Almont, South Dakota border up to Killdeer. There are 10 counties and 26 communities that Dickinson serves. In 2021 there 71,634 tons of waste. Household materials, construction materials and inert materials are the top three materials. There are over 51% household materials that are generated outside of city limits. Manager Praus states that starting July 1, 2022 the resident whom wants to dump will be required to show a city of Dickinson utility bill to get a free dump for the month. He states there has been quite a bit of abuse coming in. The collections make over 8,000 stops per week with the trucks. Recycling single stream is 815.3 tons. Total tonnage outside of the city limits is 19,880 tons and 19,246 tons come from within the city limits. At the recycling sites there are 707 tons of compostable grass and 815 tons of contaminated grass. Mr. Praus states the disposable sites in the city limits are getting abused. There is consistent abuse that the city cannot monitor. The number 1 contaminate is trees, branches and shrubs followed by trash bags. Utility Manager Duane Zastoupil states there were 926,091,220 million gallons of water sold in 2021 with 1.2 million gallons sold with June and July being the busiest months. The water loss percentages were 4.5%. This includes water breaks, hydrant flushing, etc. There were 64 new water meters installed in 2021 and 171,608 feet in sewer cleaning. The city collected over 91 million gallons of waste water last year and sold 115 million gallons of reuse water to the refinery. Over the year of 2021 there were 755 million gallons of water treated. Public Works Director Gary Zuroff states the city is looking for other options for reuse water. This is one asset the city needs to expand on is the reuse water. He states Dickinson Op Works had 4,266 people signed up for reminders and 21,000 notifications to residents. Director Zuroff reviews the community events that had taken place throughout the year. President Scott Decker thanks Mr. Zuroff and his staff for all the hard work they have done throughout the year. He states the City looks great and citizens expect things to be taken care of. President Decker states the Commission appreciates the work. 7. PLANNING A. Special Use Permit – Columbaria – 2067 1st Street West Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger presents a special use permit for Stevenson funeral home for columbaria. He states this is located at 2067 1st Street West. A public hearing was held on May 18, 2022 and no public comments were given. Administrator Dassinger along with city staff recommend approval. Kenzie Robertson from Highlands Engineering states they have been working with city staff to amend the city ordinance and this SUP is required for a columbarium. There will be 6 columbaria with 96 niches were urns will be located. A bond of $16,759 dollars was provided to the city. City Attorney Christina Wenko states the only concern was that he did the request with the inflation percentage to be more accurate project and would want that in some capacity so the city would be covered if the niches would need to be moved. MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla Adopt Resolution No. 14-2022 RESOLUTION NO. ¬_ _ 14-2022 A RESOLUTION APPROVING A SPECIAL USE PERMIT TO STEVENSON FUNERAL HOME, INC. FOR A COLUMBARIAM 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 – Utility Easement Vacation – State Addition Interim City Engineer Loretta Marshik presents a 6’ utility easement along lots 5, 6, Block 25 of State Addition. Ms. Marshik states all utilities have been signed off of and City recommends approval. President Scott Decker opens the public hearing at 5:07 p.m. Hearing no public comment, the hearing was closed at 5:08 p.m. and the following motion was made. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve Resolution No. 16-2022 RESOLUTION NO. 16-2022 A RESOLUTION APPROVING VACATION OF A UTILITY EASEMENT WITHIN STATE ADDITION, CITY OF DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed B. Dickinson Public Library Presentation Library Director Rita Ennen states the statistics for the Memorial Day weekend were up 252 people. The first week of summer reading showed 24,688 minutes of reading. This program shows the momentum to be growing. Bartlett and West Joe Larrivee states it has been about a year since the last update on the estimate to build the library. He states the city can increase the cost to add an additional 20%. He states the project was bid in 2 separate phases but the bulk of the addition would be in phase 1. He states it would cost between $6 to $6.5 million for phase 1. AE2s Abby Ritz discusses the USDA loan for the library and discusses how the loan operates. She states this will be a 40 year loan. She states the percentage of interest updates every quarter. The loan would be a USDA rural loan and limited to 20,000 or less in population. She is asking for permission to apply for the loan program and secure the USDA terms. This would give the city up to 5 years to decide if they want to move forward with the loan. She states there is no penalty if you walk away from the loan. Ms. Ritz would like to apply for the total amount of $5 million dollars which is needed for phase 1. President Scott Decker has no issues in authorizing this procedure but would like to see an accurate estimate of the cost for the library MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: Nikki Wolla To approve USDA Loan papers for the library for $5 million. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed C. Airport Board – Request for Compensation City Attorney Christina Wenko presents a request from the airport authority for compensation. This request is outlined from Attorney Randy Sickler. Attorney Wenko states since the city appoints the airport board the request needs to come through the city commissioners. The city would authorize the board to pay their commission members. The City could adopt a resolution in this manner. The City Commissioners would authorize the Airport Board to be paid. City Attorney Christina Wenko will bring a resolution to the next meeting. D. Public Hearing – Chapter 39 Amendment – Heavy and Commercial Vehicles Building Inspector, I Blaine Dukart presents Chapter 39 Amendments. These revisions of definitions of commercial and heavy vehicles and regular vehicles. He states the intent was there but the verbiage left to much for interpretation. President Scott Decker opens the public hearing at 5:32 p.m. Hearing no public comments, the hearing is closed at 5:33 p.m. and the following motions is made. MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich To approve first reading of Ordinance No. 1754 ORDINANCE NO. 1754 AN ORDINANCE AMENDED AND RE-ENACTING SECTIONS 39.02.006, 39.02.011, AND 39.02.019 RELATING TO THE DEFINITIONS OF PERSONAL, HEAVY AND COMMERCIAL VEHICLES AND SECTION 39.09.008, OF THE CITY CODE OF THE CITY OF DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA, RELATING TO PARKING FOR PERSONAL AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed E. Public Hearing – Future Land Use Map Amendment – The District Addition City Attorney Christina Wenko presents an amendment to the future land use map. She states it is a 20.85 acre parcel known as the District. This is changing from Ag to Commercial. There were no adverse comments or objections. President Scott Decker opens the public hearing at 5:50 p.m. Hearing no public comments, the public hearing is closed at 5:52 p.m. and the following motion is made. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik To approve first reading of Ordinance No. 1755. ORDINANCE NO. 1755 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed F. Public Hearing – Rezoning Request – The District Addition City Attorney Christina Wenko presents a rezoning request for the District Addition. This would be rezoning designation for 20.88 acres from AG to Commercial. Ms. Wenko states Planning and Zoning approved this rezone. The city has not received any comments. President Scott Decker opens the public hearing at 5:52 p.m. Hearing no public comments, the public hearing is closed at 5:53 p.m. and the following motion is made. MOTION BY: Jason Fridrich SECONDED BY: John Odermann To approve first reading of Ordinance No. 1756. ORDINANCE NO. 1756 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 G.15th Street West Cost Share – The District Addition Interim City Administrator Dustin Dassinger presents Andrew Shrank from Highlands Engineering whom is representing Venture Homes in regards to the cost share request for 15th Street West known as the District Addition. Highlands Engineering Andrew Shrank represents Venture Commercial and would like to discuss the cost share for the development of the District Addition. This is a 6 lot commercial along 15th street. He states this street would serve the subdivision and the public. Mr. Shrank encourages the city to review the city’s policy. Mr. Chad Glasser states they are requesting $450,000 dollars for development impact fees. The worse case scenario is $1 million dollars. Venture Commercial will assume responsibility for all cost overruns. He states lots in the city are dwindling quickly. He feels this improvement is critical for the city. This improvement will generate $1,173 in property taxes. Mr. Aaron Grinsteinner discusses the uses of the lots. He states in five years the city should see $400,000 dollars in property tax returns. Deputy City Administrator Linda Carlson states the city could use the Development Impact Fund for this project or possibly ARPA funding as this is strategic for community development and infrastructure. City Attorney Christina Wenko is concerned that if the city does decide to move forward to keep in mind of the public bidding requirements. She states this would be public funds for improvements for a private improvement. This would be using public funds to reimburse the construction of these improvements. The city needs to get confirmation and visit with the AG’s office to make sure the city complies. The level of complexity that the city is dealing with and certainly you can move on this issue but be mindful of this. Ms. Wenko states special assessments versus contributing to the project the city would bit itself is quite differently. She states the city is using public funds contributing to a private project. Commissioner Jason Fridrich talks about the cost share on collectors and arterials and look at a policy to get something going. He states the city is not going to find much interest. The roads are a benefit to the whole city and not one development It will take some time to process and come up with the policy. President Scott Decker is not opposed to the cost share but he does agree with Ms. Wenko to make sure everything is legal here. He states the City needs to proceed with caution to make sure that we are not violating century code. City Attorney Christina Wenko will be reaching out to the AG’s office and pending information she will draft a policy on what can and cannot be done. No adverse to see what will happen. She would like to table this until the next meeting to get an answer. Andrew Shrank states there are several options and Venture will have a development agreement. Venture wants to know that there is funding out there and it will be coming forward. There are a lot of different ways that this could be done as long as the commission is willing to give the $450,000. Commissioner John Odermann does support the cost share and thanks Venture for their presentation. MOTION BY: John Odermann SECONDED BY: Suzi Sobolik To approve the cost share with venture commercial for $450,000 contingent upon the compliance with century code. Venture would meet all bidding requirements required by law in the century code up to $450,000, all contingent upon additional information from the AG’s office. DISPOSITION: Roll call vote…Aye 5, Nay 0, Absent 0 Motion declared duly passed H. Public Comments not on Agenda No Comments. 10. COMMISSION No Comments ADJOURNMENT MOTION BY: Suzi Sobolik SECONDED BY: Jason Fridrich Adjournment of the meeting 7:20 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: June 21, 2022 ____________ 88 TACTICAL OMAHA, LLC $795.00 ADVANCED BUSINESS METHODS $4,129.62 AED EVERYWHERE $394.55 ALEX AIR APPARATUS INC $38,001.40 ALLSTATE PETERBILT OF DICKINSON $850.51 ANDYS REPAIR LLC $1,803.59 APEX $79,352.57 ARAMARK UNIFORM & CAREER APPAREL GROUP, INC $1,131.88 AUTO VALUE, APH STORE $890.77 B & K ELECTRIC $8,564.25 B & W RENTAL INC $941.00 B G EXCAVATION INC $1,645.00 BADLANDS TRUCK WASH $45.00 BAKER & TAYLOR CO (GA) $3,288.67 BALCO UNIFORM - POLICE ACCOUNT $134.32 BERGER ELECTRIC INC $26,158.28 BIBLIOTHECA, LLC $4,442.07 BIG HORN TIRE, INC $991.00 BLACKSTONE AUDIO, INC. $1,481.93 BNSF RAILWAY CO $6,632.71 BOSS OFFICE PRODUCTS $4.99 BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC $142.65 BRAUN DISTRIBUTING $121.20 BRAUN INTERTEC CORPORATION $1,232.50 BRAVERA INSURANCE $3,975.00 BROCK WHITE COMPANY LLC $5,687.87 BUTLER MACHINERY CO $5,866.01 CARQUEST AUTO PARTS STORES $408.06 CARROT-TOP INDUSTRIES INC $175.18 CENGAGE LEARNING $143.19 CENTRAL MECHANICAL INC $43,850.00 CHI ST ALEXIUS MEDICAL CENTER $1,139.58 COMMERCE BANK $24,210.70 CORE & MAIN LP $11,042.06 COVENANT LEGAL GROUP $1,110.00 DACOTAH PAPER CO $34.39 DAKOTA FILTER SUPPLY $36.67 DAKOTA SIGNWERKS $235.00 DAKOTA SPORTS $140.00 DECKER, ALAYNEA $462.78 DENNYS ELECTRIC INC $24,575.29 DICKINSON CONVENTION BUREAU $17,227.87 DICKINSON FIRE FIGHTERS ASSOCIATION $350.00 DICKINSON HEATING & AIR INC $155.00 DICKINSON PARKS & REC $19,832.62 DICKINSON PARKS & REC (MEMBERS) $2,681.80 DICKINSON PRESS-SUBSCRIPTIONS $161.28 DICKINSON STATE UNIVERSITY $200.00 DICKINSON TIRE INC $1,838.26 DICKINSON TR AIRPORT $13,736.13 DODGE SENIOR CITIZENS $1,200.00 DONS FILTER & FURNACES UNLIMITED $1,296.60 DOVER PUBLICATIONS, INC $10.00 DUANE BREN CONSTRUCTION $1,250.00 EAST END AUTO (CITY ACCT) $500.00 EBELHAR ROBERT $66.11 EBSCO SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE $5,668.12 ELDER CARE $4,845.90 ELDER CARE $6,600.00 ELECTRIC SALES & SERVICE INC $88.38 ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS INC $2,279.50 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC $88.44 FERGUSON WATERWORKS #2516 $7,308.12 FISHER SAND & GRAVEL CO $5,046.75 FLECKS FURNITURE INC $1,499.00 FLEETMIND SOLUTIONS INC. $3,469.50 FORUM COMMUNICATIONS CO. $676.74 GENERAL STEEL & SUPPLY $163.95 GRAND FORKS FIRE EQUIPMENT $6,816.68 GRANTIER, JAY $35.00 HALLIDAY SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB $1,100.00 HARRIS WASTE MGT GROUP/CORDELE $669.21 HAWKINS INC $790.20 HC3 $3,348.45 HEART RIVER VOICE $440.00 HEIL ENVIRONMENTAL INDUSTRIES LTD $233.39 HERITAGE INTERACTIVE SERVICES, LLC $100.00 HUTZ’S WELDING SERVICE & REPAIR LLC $7.66 IBS, INC—INDUSTRIAL BOLT & SUPPLY $420.54 IDEXX LABORATORIES $700.93 INNOVATIVE OFFICE SOLUTIONS LLC $251.02 INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL IL $200.45 INTOXIMETERS, INC $200.00 J J KELLER & ASSOCIATES INC $1,325.67 JMZ CONSULTING $250.00 JOHNSON ABIGAIL $28.00 JUST-IN GLASS $217.98 KIRSCHENHEITER, DEB $37.49 KLJ ENGINEERING LLC $19,546.64 KUNTZ BUILDERS $1,746.29 LAWSON PRODUCTS INC $544.43 LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES $589.75 LINDE GAS & EQUIPMENT INC $247.83 LOGO MAGIC INC $1,457.00 L-TRON CORPORATION $205.00 MACKOFF KELLOGG LAW FIRM $23,500.00 MAC’S HARDWARE $479.23 MAINSTAY SUITES BISMARCK $425.00 MARTIN’S WELDING & REFRIGERATION INC $425.00 MATTHEW BENDER & CO INC. $171.66 MENARDS $952.79 MIDCONTINENT COMMUNICATIONS $186.78 MIDWEST DOORS INC $839.04 MIDWEST LABORATORIES, INC $942.91 MIDWEST TAPE $4,078.64 MINNESOTA VALLEY TESTING LAB INC $11,790.65 MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITY $87,867.50 MOTOROLA $2,100.00 MULLIGANS CATERING $589.80 NAYAX, LLC $8.95 ND DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION-BISMARCK $3,291.94 ND FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION $364.17 ND LEAGUE OF CITIES $160.00 ND STATE RADIO COMMUNICATIONS $3,600.00 NELSON INTERNATIONAL $177.15 NEW ENGLAND SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER $5,000.00 NEWBY’S ACE HARDWARE $463.91 NEWMAN SIGNS INC $170.25 NORTH DAKOTA LIVING $1,075.00 NORTHERN TRUCK EQUIPMENT CORP $462.37 NORTHWEST TIRE INC $995.21 NOVA FIRE PROTECTION INC $2,900.00 PENWORTHY COMPANY $948.49 PRAIRIE AUTO PARTS INC $57.37 PRAIRIE PIONEER SENIOR CITIZENS $2,400.00 PRO FORMS $540.26 PRO HYDRO-TESTING LLC $414.95 PUMP SYSTEMS LLC $977.57 QUADIENT - POSTAGE FUNDING $550.53 QUALITY QUICK PRINT INC $209.00 RADISSON HOTEL BISMARCK $864.00 RAYS AUTO ELECTRIC INC $123.70 RED ROCK FORD OF DICKINSON $604.56 RESOURCE RECYCLING, INC $625.00 RHOMAR INDUSTRIES, INC $1,723.06 RICHARD KAYLA $28.00 RICHARDTON SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB $6,500.00 ROERS CONSTRUCTION JV $6,290.00 ROUGHRIDER COMMISSION $15,000.00 ROUTEWARE INC $6,456.24 RUDY’S LOCK & KEY LLC $25.00 RUNNINGS SUPPLY INC $1,088.54 S & J ENTERPRISES, LLC $180.00 SANFORD HEALTH OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE DIVISION $45.00 SANITATION PRODUCTS $5,427.82 SAX MOTOR CO INC $194.45 SCHOLASTIC INC $260.00 SECOND 40 CLUB/HETTINGER SENIOR $500.00 SENIOR CITIZENS ACTIVITY CLUB $4,000.00 SHUMAKER, RACHEL $20.01 SIMNIONIW TRACY $301.98 SKABO, LEE $35.00 SOD BUSTER CLUB INC $600.00 SOUTHWEST GRAIN(BULK) $80,869.99 SOUTHWEST WATER AUTHORITY $317,877.04 SPEE DEE DELIVERY SERVICE, INC $128.57 SRF CONSULTING GROUP INC $2,162.82 STARK COUNTY AUDITOR $1,799.10 STEFFAN’S SAW & BIKE $161.93 STONERIDGE SOFTWARE, LLC $3,340.63 STREICHER’S $870.22 SUNSET SENIOR CENTER $5,000.00 SURE SIGN, ROBINSON, KURT $90.00 SUTPHEN CORPORATION $365.36 TAYLOR SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER $12,000.00 TERRY’S WATERWORKS LLC $525.00 TIGER DISCOUNT $181.87 TITAN MACHINERY $268.25 TMI STORAGE SYSTEMS CORP $6,971.00 TOOZ CONSTRUCTION INC $89,685.00 TOTAL CONTROL INC $21,600.00 TOTAL SAFETY US INC $617.60 TRACKER MANAGEMENT $8,521.24 TRITECH FORENSICS $242.00 VAL’S SANITATION $580.00 VOGEL LAW FIRM, LTD $35.00 WEST DAKOTA OIL INC $631.80 WEST PLAINS INC $900.00 WEST RIVER CONFERENCE of SOCIAL WELFARE $330.00 WEST RIVER LODGE #5 $1,200.00 WESTLIE TRUCK CENTER OF DICKINSON $188.49 WIDMER ROEL PC $23,505.01 WINN CONSTRUCTION INC $9,403.00 (June 22, 2022) 74701