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REGULAR MEETING OF THE KILLDEER CITY COM

REGULAR MEETING OF THE KILLDEER CITY COMMISSION September 19th, 2022 Commission President Joel Spethman called the meeting to order at 5:00 PM. Commissioner’s present were Kelly Summerfield, Joe Hurt, Greg Nordsven, and Logan Wallace. Nate Bouray, Deb Harsche, Brett Morlok, Cameron Deperalta, and Mechelle McFarland were also present. Commission President Joel Spethman asked for the Commission and audience to join in the Pledge of Allegiance. Commissioner Wallace moved to approve the consent agenda, seconded by Commissioner Hurt. The consent agenda consisted of the minutes of the August 6th, 2022 regular meeting, minutes of the September 14th, 2022 special meeting, and bills. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Deb Harsche discussed with the Commission the current offer of $575,000 for lots 1,2,3,4, and 5 in the Killdeer 110 Subdivision. The Commission made an offer of $575,000 plus covering the special assessments of roughly $98,000. Commissioner Wallace made the motion to approve 2021 High Street NW Watermain & Sewer Replacement Project BEK Pay Application #3 for $218,970.90 and extending the substantial completion date to October 15, 2022 (final completion November 15, 2022), seconded by Commissioner Nordsven. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Deb Harsche discussed with the Commission the current offer from the Commission of $720,000 plus covering the special assessments for lots 1,2,3,4, and 5 in the Killdeer 110. Commissioner Summerfield made the motion to approve AE2S Task Order #27 for the 2023 Paving Improvements Project for Stanley ST, Lathe ST, and Bishop Ave as well as requiring consent to plat the Hutchinson First Subdivision as needed and continue the vacation process for Weber Ave. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Wallace. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Commissioner Wallace made the motion to approve the amendments to the Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) between the Killdeer Public School and the City of Killdeer as presented by the Killdeer Public School, seconded by Commissioner Hurt. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Commissioner Nordsven made the motion to offer $720,000 for lots 1,2,3,4, and 5 in the Killdeer 110 as well as covering the special assessments for the lots and the property tax due (no tax obligation to the seller), seconded by Commissioner Hurt. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Commissioner Wallace made the motion to paying the BCBS health/medical/dental premium for October and November for Luke Olson, seconded by Commissioner Hurt. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C Having no further business, Commissioner Wallace moved to adjourn, seconded by Commissioner Hurt. The meeting was adjourned at 5:52 P.M. The following bills were approved for payment: Blue Cross Blue Shield $18,924.86 19162 UNUM $1,356.78 19163 Advance Engineering $52,765.55 19164 Ashley Murphy $787.50 19165 Associated Pool Builders $266.00 19166 BEK Consulting $218,970.90 19168 BEK Sports Network $416.66 19168 Benz Oil Company, Inc. $1,451.29 19169 Bobcat of Mandan $640.04 19170 Cameron Deperalta $70.00 19171 City of Dickinson $5,354.50 19172 Consolidated Telecom $1,180.31 10183 DirectTV $235.99 19174 Dunn County Recorder $10.00 19175 Forum Communications $204.05 19176 Guardian Fleet Safety $64,163.29 19177 Hawkins, Inc. $1,394.95 19178 Hinrich’s Super Valu $107.94 19179 John Ryan $35.00 19180 Kohler Communications $63.85 19181 Mandy Burman $20.00 19182 McKenzie Electric $331.47 19183 Midco $269.95 19184 Montana Dakota Utilities $9,133.31 19185 Motorola Solutions $6,874.80 19186 NASRO $395.00 19187 ND Chemistry Lab $648.78 19188 Olympic Sales $739.17 19189 POST Board $285.00 19190 Prairie Auto Parts $376.46 19191 US Bank - St. Paul $13,900.00 19192 Verizon Connect $92.95 19193 Veritzon Wireless $1,316.22 19194 West Plains, Inc. $313.62 19195 Western Choice Coop $4,760.78 $407,856.97 Minutes are subject to review and revisions. Joel Spethman, Commission President Matt Oase, City Administrator (Oct. 12, 2022) 109527