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REGULAR MEETING OF THE KILLDEER CITY COMMISSION May 17, 2021 Commission President Chuck Muscha called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.

REGULAR MEETING
OF THE KILLDEER
CITY COMMISSION
May 17, 2021
Commission President Chuck Muscha called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m. Commissioner's present were Kevin Candrian, Carey Praus, and Kelly Summerfield, and Logan Wallace. Nate Bouray, Eric Braathen, Cameron Deperalta, Brett Morlok, Pam Kukla, Carie Boster and Tucker Williams (5:05PM) were also present.
Commissioner Praus moved to approve the consent agenda, seconded by Commissioner Wallace. The consent agenda consisted of the minutes of the May 3rd, 2021 regular meeting, bills, and financial statement. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C
Commissioner Wallace made the motion to approve AE2S Task Order #24 for the 2022 HWBL Water Main Project Design for $110,000, seconded by Commissioner Praus. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C
President Muscha appointed Commissioner Praus, Public Works Superintendent Cameron Deperalta, and City Administrator Oase to the Public Works Hiring Committee for the open Public Works position.
Engineer Brett Morlok discussed with the Commission the inquiry from Southwest Water Authority to lower the current 750 gallons per minute maximum water capacity to 650 GPM for future need for the City of Killdeer.
Commissioner Praus made the motion to pursue negotiations with SWA regarding the possible water capacity change and bring back the correspondence to the Commission, seconded by Commissioner Summerfield. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C
Commissioner Wallace made the motion to approve the Planned Maintenance Agreement with Cummins Inc for the lift stations for $1,791.00 and delegate future extension decisions to Superintendent Deperalta, seconded by Commissioner Praus. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C
Commissioner Candrian made the motion to work on revising current sewer ordinances, seconded by Commissioner Wallace. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C
Engineer Morlok let the Commission know the current Dunn County project in Rodeo Ridge Addition is currently adhering to the stormwater standards and will continue to monitor the project. Engineer Morlok also updated the Commission on talks with Mark Benz regarding road improvements as well as vacating the portion of Weber Ave around the Grab N Go area.
Public Works Superintendent Deperalta and Engineer Morlok updated the Commission on the landfill closure timeline and items needed for reclamation.
Tucker Williams with the Killdeer Park District discussed with the Commission installing fit trail stations around the North Prairie Park.
Commissioner Candrian made the motion to approve the Park Board pursuing a fit trail system for the North Prairie Park, seconded by Commissioner Wallace. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C
Commissioner Summerfield discussed with the Commission the $2,385.88 hook up fee invoice Commissioner Summerfield received from the City for hooking onto water/sewer City services fully provided by the City in the 2020 6th Ave Sanitary Project and possible remedy/reduction/tax rebate if any for the fees due to the wait in hooking up since annexation.
Commissioner Wallace discussed with the Commission Jim Weisz's grass/soil issues from the 2019 5th Ave/Lincoln St Sidewalk Project.
Commissioner Candrian discussed with the Commission broken palters and garbage in the alley to the west of Pamela Bifferts' apartment complex as well as having her Camper moved off of the City property to the east.
Commissioner Praus updated the Commission on the recent Dunn County Food Pantry/Senior Center meeting and one year timeline for the food pantry at the social services building before relocation.
The Commission asked staff to look into the process for adding a light to the approach going into 26th Street in the HWBL Subdivision.
Commissioner Candrian made the motion to approve the 2021 Unum Benefit Rates, seconded by Commissioner Wallace. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C
Having no further business, Commissioner Praus moved to adjourn. The meeting was adjourned at 6:25 P.M.
The following bills were approved for payment:
Payroll 05-05-2021 $30,574.18
EFTPS 05-05-2021$11,313.28
17967 2K Electric, LLC$282.57
17968 Advanced
Engineering$9,253.53
17969 Aramark$506.50
17970 Ceaton Hoots$50.00
17971 City of
Dickinson$7,022.74
17972 Consolidated
Telcom$1,222.91
17973 Counter
Strike Supply Co.$410.00
17974 Dion Steinley$31.45
17975 DirectTV$195.99
17976 Elite Cabinets$32.47
17977 Ferguson
Waterworks$2,150.90
17978 Forum
Communications$154.56
17979 Gooseneck
Implement$96.36
17980 Information
Tech Dept$85.15
17981 Ixom
Watercare, Inc.$84,666.00
17982 Jeff Bren$100.00
17983 JoAnn Lindemann$100.00
17984 Kiefer U.S.A.$120.00
17985 LaVae Williams$100.00
17986 McKenzie Electric$360.79
17987 MDU$9,063.32
17988 ND Dept Env.
Quality$79.44
17989 NIHCA$99.00
17990 ND One Call, Inc.$26.40
17991 Pacific Assets, Inc.$154.54
17992 Patrick Hedger$100.00
17993 Prairie Auto Parts$72.16
17994 Quality Quick Print$484.00
17995 Richard Pelton$100.00
17996 Roger Gartner$100.00
17997 Sanitation
Products, Inc.$261.36
17998 SRF Consulting
Group$4,184.03
17999 SW Multico
Corr. Center$115.00
18000 Tonys Auto Repair$194.54
18001 Transunion
Risk & Alt.$75.00
18002 Uniform Center$220.00
18003 Verizon
Connect NWF$95.95
18004 Verizon
Wireless$619.40
18005 Western
Choice Coop$3,148.34
Minutes are subject to review and revisions.
Chuck Muscha, Commission President
Matt Oase, City Administrator
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