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REGULAR MEETING OF THE KILLDEER CITY COMMISSION October 19th, 2020 Commission President Chuck Muscha called the meeting to order at 5:02 p.

REGULAR MEETING
OF THE KILLDEER CITY
COMMISSION
October 19th, 2020
Commission President Chuck Muscha called the meeting to order at 5:02 p.m. Commissioners present were Kevin Candrian, Kelly Summerfield and Logan Wallace with Commissioner Carey Praus present via phone. Cameron Deperalta, Jaimie Reese, Tyler Pittsley, and Carie Boster were also present with Nate Bouray, Brett Morlok, Eric Braathen, Hannah Braathen, and Alayna Gottsman present via phone.
Commissioner Wallace moved to approve the consent agenda, seconded by Commissioner Summerfield. The consent agenda consisted of the minutes of the October 5th, 2020 regular meeting; bills; building permit for The Pipe for an outside deck; and a building permit for Jaimie Reese for building remodel. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C
Jaimie Reese and Tyler Pittsley representing the West Dunn Volunteer Fire Department discussed with the Commission possibly donating to the department due to unforeseen circumstances with the Covid 19 pandemic limiting in person donation activities. They let the Commission know others such as the Killdeer Saddle Club, High Plains Cultural Center, City of Halliday, and the City of Dunn Center have donated. Commission President Muscha will work with City Attorney Bouray & Administrator Oase to see if there are options to donate due to the guidelines set in the ND Constitution against such and bring back to Commission.
The Commission had the first reading of Ordinance 2020-006, which would add a City Curfew and make it unlawful for those under the age of eighteen to loiter, idle, wander, stroll, play in or upon, or drive or ride in a vehicle, or be in or upon the public streets, highways, roads, alleys, or public buildings, places or grounds, between the hours of 11:00 P.M. and 5:00 A.M. Commissioner Candrian made the motion to approve the first reding of City Curfew Ordinance 2020-006 with the change from under 18 years of age to under 16 years of age, seconded by Commissioner Praus. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C
The Commission discussed the current high-risk level of Dunn County regarding the Covid 19 pandemic and discussed guidelines and different events happening soon, including a Halloween event at the HPCC. Commissioner Wallace made the motion to have a sign at City Hall recommending masks for visitors, seconded by Commissioner Summerfield. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C
Aquatics & Wellness Center Manager Hannah Braathen discussed with the Commission items associated with the ND Covid 19 guidelines at the center.
Alayna Gottsman with the NDDOT, along with the Scott Harmstead with SRF, discussed with the Commission the NDSTREET 2020 HWY 22 Sidewalk Path Project along with the possibility of implementing an 8 foot multi use path in place of the originally proposed 5ft sidewalk along with eliminating 500 ft of sidewalk on the south end. Commissioner Candrian made the motion to approve the original 5 foot sidewalk path changing to a 8 foot multi use concrete path, seconded by Commissioner Wallace. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C
City Engineer Brett Morlok discussed with the Commission performing a geotechnical exploration study required for the water/sewer project for the new school.
Commissioner Summerfield made the motion to authorize $5,000 for the geotechnical exploration study for the water/sewer project, seconded by Commissioner Wallace. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C
City Engineer Morlok discussed with the Commission the recent State Water Commission meeting on October 8th, 2020 where the City was awarded a grant of up to $1,060.500 for the new school water project as well as the need to have a request of qualifications for the project.
Commissioner Candrian made the motion to start the process and publish the request for qualifications for the SWC funding, seconded by Commissioner Wallace. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C
Commissioner Summerfield made the motion to approve Administrator Oase for the selection committee for the request for qualifications, seconded by Commissioner Wallace. All voted aye on a roll call vote. M/C
City Engineer Morlok discussed with the Commission the current road design and slope/grading items with the road extension from High St to the new school. Due to the steep grading and design, Engineer Morlok recommended to the Commission that the School look at building the road from Rocky Ridge as an alternate route. The Commission came to the consensus and had Engineer Morlok speak to the New School Engineering reps about such.
City Engineer Morlok discussed with the Commission the item at Rodeo Ridge where there is a utility dispute. Administrator Oase will contact the property owner for more details.
The Commission discussed the current open Public Works Maintenance position and the Public Works Superintendent position. The Public Works Maintenance position is currently out for hire.
Having no further business, Commissioner Wallace moved to adjourn, seconded by Commissioner Candrian. The meeting was adjourned at 6:51 P.M.
The following bills were approved for payment:
NDPERS$12,697.67
17554 2K Electric, LLC$294.00
17555 Advanced Engineering$13,691.40
17556 Ameripride Services$486.44
17557 Bank of North Dakota$31,481.91
17558 Bryan Rock Products Inc.$14,750.17
17559 Butler Machinery Co.$1,158.05
17560 Carey Praus$35.96
17561 City of Dickinson$7,248.34
17562 Coca Cola Bottling$20.00
17563 DirectTV$155.33
17564 Dunn Co. Golf Assoc.$15,740.95
17565 Dustbusters Ent.$3,040.80
17566 Elite Cabinets $23.45
17567 Hinrichs Super Valu$162.39
17568 Information Tech Dept.$83.80
17569 Intergraph Corp.$666.72
17570 KDKT Sportsradio 1410$75.00
17571 Killdeer Park Dist.$1,551.13
17572 McKenzie Electric Coop.$370.24
17573 Midwest Inspection Service
$165.00
17574 MDU$7,928.49
17575 ND Dept. Envir. Quality$251.58
17576 Newman Signs, Inc.$599.38
17577 Nitro-Green$50.00
17578 Olympic Sales, Inc.$933.20
17579 Pacific Assets, Inc.$101.02
17580 Prairie Auto Parts$187.36
17581 Pro Tint$250.00
17582 Richard Carney$129.55
17583 Smart Computers$190.00
17584 Spethman Bobcat Services$810.00
17585 SRF Consulting Group$3,763.90
17586 Truchan Construction$1,950.00
17587 Unum Life Ins. Co.$1,105.65
17588 Verizon Connect NWF, Inc.
$95.95
17589 Verizon Wireless$702.50
17590 Western Choice Coop.$6,471.49
17591 Postboard$135.00
Minutes are subject to review and revisions.
Chuck Muscha, Commission President
Matt Oase, City Administrator
(Nov. 11, 2020) 2865874