Details for Legals

PUBLIC NOTICE
2 units for public auction, 2022 Lee Ave.
Storage units, Oct. 9th, 2017 at 10 a.m.
Cash only.
9/26 & 10/3 - 20910059
REQUEST FOR BIDS
The Board of Park Commissioners of the
Bismarck Parks and Recreation District will
receive sealed bids for building remediation,
repair and cleaning of the Canning Center
located at 414 West Sweet Avenue,
Bismarck, ND 58504.
All bids will be received by the Board of
Park Commissioners of the Bismarck
Parks and Recreation District in the
Administrative Office, ATTN: Kevin Klipfel,
at 400 East Front Avenue, Bismarck, ND
58504, until 1:30 p.m. CT on October 4th,
2017 at which time the bids will be publicly
opened and read.
All bids shall be sealed and endorsed
“Canning Center Project.” Bids must be
submitted on forms provided by the
Bismarck Parks and Recreation District and
in accordance with specifications and conditions therein contained. Copies of bid
proposal forms and general specifications
may be obtained from the Bismarck Parks
and Recreation District Office.
The Board of Park Commissioners of the
Bismarck Parks and Recreation District
reserves the right to hold all bids for a period of thirty (30) days after the date fixed
for the opening thereof and to reject any or
all bids and to waive irregularities whenever it is for the best interest of the District.
Dated this 22nd day of September 2017
BISMARCK PARKS AND
RECREATION DISTRICT
/s/Randy Bina
Randy Bina
Executive Director
9/26 & 10/3 - 20910119
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID
Richardton-Taylor Public Schools
Addition and Renovation BP #3
Kraus-Anderson Construction Company is
presently soliciting competitive Lump Sum
Bids for the Richardton-Taylor Public
Schools Addition and Renovation – BP #3
(Mechanical, Fire Suppression, Electrical, and
Interior Construction) in Richardton,
North Dakota. Bids will be received until
4:00 PM Central time on Tuesday, October
24th, 2017. Bids received after this time will
not be considered.
Kraus-Anderson Construction Company is
the only authorized agent to receive bids.
Bids may be mailed or hand delivered to:
Dan Walter
Kraus-Anderson Construction Company
1815 Schafer Street, Suite 200,
Bismarck, ND 58501
Phone: 701-989-7836
Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud
at 4:30 PM Central time at the address
noted below:
Hampton Inn & Suites
The Legendary Room
2020 Schafer Street
Bismarck, ND 58501
The complete bid form shall be without
alterations, additions, or erasures. All bids
shall be on a lump sum basis. No bid may be
withdrawn for a period of 60 days after bid
receipt without consent of the Owner.
Kraus-Anderson Construction Company
reserves the right to reject any or all bids
and to waive any irregularities in bids.
Direct all communications regarding
this Project to the office of the
Construction Manager: Dan Walter
(dan.walter@krausanderson.com) or at the
Kraus-Anderson address listed above.
Procurement of Documents for bidders on
prime contracts: Obtain the bidding documents, including the Bid Form, Drawings
and Specifications, via iSqft.com. Plans can
be purchased by contacting Mathison’s
Quick Print at (701) 258-5060. In order to
receive all addenda, please request to be
added to the distribution list by emailing
linda.house@krausanderson.com.
Bid
Documents also available thru many of the
regional builders exchanges.
10/3, 10 & 17 - 20908664
The Bismarck School Board met on
July 10, 2017, in the Tom Baker
Room of the
City/County Office Building.
Board President Sagsveen called the meeting to order at 5:15 p.m. and requested that
the Business and Operations Manager call
the roll.
Members present: Karl Lembke, Heide
Delorme, Rick Geloff, Scott Halvorson, and
Matt Sagsveen.
President Sagsveen stated that Unfinished
Business Item C. Bismarck Renaissance
Zone Authority would be moved prior to
Public Appearances and asked for any other
additions, deletions, or changes to the
Agenda. There were none.
As the Focus on Success, Superintendent
Uselman provided information on summer
school in the elementary, middle, and high
schools.
Superintendent Uselman then called upon
Darin Scherr, Business and Operations
Manager, to share an update on major projects. Mr. Scherr briefed the Board on the
number of students preregistered for busing for the 2017-18 school year, the
progress of the safety study, construction
progress of the two high schools and the
three middle schools. Mr. Scherr updated
the Board on the sale of the first set of
bonds related to the bond referendum and
the TIF funds.
Superintendent Uselman called upon Dr.
Rodenburg and Dr. Johnson who apprised
the Board regarding the projected elementary and secondary enrollment for the
2017-2018 school year as of July 6, 2017.
Superintendent Uselman introduced Matt
Fricke, Rita Murphy Principal, and Russ
Riehl, Simle Middle School Principal, who
presented an update on curriculum acceleration options update in response to a parent who requested transportation for students advancing in subjects. President
Sagsveen requested that if a more efficient
model of transportation would be found,
that it would be brought to the Board.
Superintendent Uselman gave an update of
the status of the compensation study performed by Education Management
Solutions and gave a timeline for the completion of the study.
Next on the agenda was the Renaissance
Zone Authority presentation, with Board
action to be held as Item C. during
Unfinished Business. Superintendent
Uselman introduced Josh Askvig, Bismarck
City Commission, who made a presentation
on the Bismarck Renaissance Zone
Authority and requested a letter of support
from the Board for an extension of the
Renaissance Zone.
Next on the agenda was Board response to
presentations. President Sagsveen stated
the Board will be taking additional time to
review the comments made at the June 26
meeting regarding the Elementary Facilities
Committee recommendations and that the
Board will be holding a series of open
forums as they establish the most pressing
capacity needs.
It was moved by Mr. Lembke and seconded
by Ms. Delorme to approve the following
list of items on the Consent Agenda in
accordance with the recommendations
made by the administration: the minutes of
the June 26, 2017, regular School Board
meeting; the hiring and salaries April
Dahme, Special Education, Sunrise
Elementary School, $51,385; Steven Luger,
Grade 3, Lincoln Elementary School,
$51,042; Melissa Mutschler, Grade 2,
Jeannette Myhre Elementary School,
$47,291; Leanne Niemuth, Art, Horizon
Middle School, $28,903.20 (60% contract);
Landen Schmeichel, English Learner, Legacy
High School, $45,700; Josie Stockie, Special
Education, Legacy High School, $51,874; Jill
Vallejo, Assistant Principal, Lincoln
Elementary School, $71,852; Pamela
Vazquez, Spanish, Legacy High School; the
resignations of Jacoby Lloyd, Carol Tudor,

Kelly Keidel, Amber Vercimak, and Kevin
Currie; and the Simle Middle School
Changer Order M-002 for a deduct of
$1,055. Upon roll call vote, Geloff,
Delorme, Halvorson, Lembke, and Sagsveen
voted aye. Motion carried.
President Sagsveen announced the Agenda
item for public appearances. Ann Schaibley,
Northridge Elementary PTO, presented
information to the Board on the status of
the Northridge playground project and
shared her concerns that PTOs are responsible for playground equipment. Milt Rue,
member of the Elementary Facilities
Committee, spoke to the Board on his
impression of the committee process and
the work that was put into the recommendations. Beth Schatz Kaylor, Bismarck
Alliance of Neighborhood Schools, presented the concerns of the Alliance on possible
repurposing of Roosevelt and Highland
Acres and thanked the Board for offering to
hold public comment meetings, as well as
their decision to take time on making decisions. Ms. Schatz Kaylor requested to
receive more data and asked if the Board
agreed with the assumption that 4-section
schools are the best for Bismarck and the
perception that the district would be willing
to move all elementary students into 4-section schools.
Michelle Westbrock,
Promontory Point resident, stated that
Promontory Point has a school committee
as a subgroup of the Bismarck Alliance of
Neighborhood Schools, and the committee’s concerns that their students have a
defined school. Kate Herzog, Downtown
Business Association; Brian Ritter, President
and CEO of the Bismarck-Manda
Development Association; and Scott Meske,
President of the Bismarck-Mandan
Chamber of Commerce, asked for the
Board’s support of the Renaissance Zone
Extension. Chris Ebertz, Bismarck resident,
spoke in opposition of the Renaissance
Zone Extension.Ann Richardson, Roosevelt
parent, spoke in support of keeping neighborhood schools open as a way to invigorate central Bismarck. Nancy Jackson,
Ashwood Subdivision, stated she was not in
favor of the boundary changes and asked
that existing students be grandfathered in
to their current school.
The first item of Unfinished Business was
the Resolution Authorizing the Issuance and
Sale of General Obligation School Building
Bonds. Mike Manstrom, Dougherty and
Company, LLC, reported on the bids
received for the $32,500,000 in school
bonds. It was moved by Mr. Lembke and
seconded by Mr. Halvorson to approve the
resolution as presented. Upon roll call,
Delorme, Halvorson, Lembke, Geloff, and
Sagsveen voted aye. Motion carried.
Superintendent Uselman outlined the
Boundary Adjustment Planning Report and
draft process on school boundary adjustments for discussion as requested by
President Sagsveen. It was moved by Ms.
Delorme and seconded by Mr. Geloff to
hold two community meetings in August
and one in September to receive input on
Sunrise to Miller, Solheim to Prairie Rose,
and Lincoln to Myhre. Upon roll call,
Halvorson, Lembke, Geloff, Delorme, and
Sagsveen. Additional information was
requested for the August 14 meeting,
including Lincoln area projections.
Following discussion, it was moved by Mr.
Lembke and seconded by Mr. Halvorson to
support the five-year extension of the
Bismarck Renaissance Zone Authority.
Upon roll call, Lembke, Geloff, Delorme,
Halvorson, and Sagsveen voted aye. Motion
carried.
It was moved by Mr. Halvorson and seconded by Mr. Geloff to determine the Bismarck
Association of School Administrators
(BASA) represents a majority of the certificated/licensed staff employed in administrative positions, and recognizes the BASA as
the exclusive representative organization
for a minimum of one year beginning July 1,
2017. Upon roll call, Geloff, Delorme,
Halvorson, Lembke, and Sagsveen voted
aye. Motion carried.
There being no further business to come
before the 2016-2017 Bismarck School
Board, President Sagsveen declared the
meeting adjourned sine die at 7:47 p.m.
President – Matt Sagsveen
Business and Operations Manager – Darin
M. Scherr
The organizational meeting of the
2017-2018 Bismarck School Board
was called to order by 2016-2017
Board President Matt Sagsveen at
7:47 p.m., July 11, 2016, in the
Tom Baker Room of the
City/County Office Building.
President Sagsveen requested that the
Business and Operations Manager call the
roll.
Members present: Heide Delorme, Rick
Geloff, Scott Halvorson, Karl Lembke, and
Matt Sagsveen.
Incumbent School Board members read the
oath of office as referenced in NDCC 4401-05.Vice-President Lembke called for
nominations for the position of President of
the Bismarck School Board for 2017-18. It
was moved by Mr. Halvorson and seconded
by Ms. Delorme to elect Karl Lembke as
President of the Bismarck School Board for
2017-18.There being no other nominations,
a roll call vote was taken and Halvorson,
Lembke, Geloff, Delorme, and Sagsveen
voted aye. Motion carried.
Mr. Sagsveen passed the gavel to Mr. Lembke
who then called for nominations for the
position of Vice-President of the School
Board. It was moved by Mr. Halvorson and
seconded by Mr. Geloff to elect Heide
Delorme as Vice-President of the Bismarck
School Board for 2017-18. There being no
other nominations, a roll call vote was taken
and Geloff, Delorme, Halvorson, Sagsveen,
and Lembke voted aye. Motion carried.
Superintendent Uselman reviewed the listing of Bismarck Public School District’s
appointments for the 2017-18 school year.
It was moved by Mr. Halvorson and seconded by Mr. Lembke to appoint the following:
Cindy Wilcox as the District’s representative for Special Education as well as the
authorized representative for IDEA-B,
BECEP, Early Intervention, Experienced
Parent, Head Start, Preschool Incentive,
Right Track Programs, and Vocational
Rehabilitation; Ben Johnson as the Title IIA,
Title IV, and Adult Education program representative; Fran Rodenburg as the Title I
representative which includes regular Title I
grants and the McKinney Vento Homeless
Program, Charles Hall Neglected Program,
Western Plains Delinquent Program, SIG
(School Improvement Grant) as well as the
Title III and Title VI representative and to
designate Sherrice Roness as the local liaison for the McKinney Vento Homeless
Program for the Bismarck Public School
District; appoint Dale Hoerauf as the Carl
Perkins representative and in the event that
any of the individuals named above are
absent, Superintendent Tamara Uselman as
the signator, with Assistant Superintendent
Fran Rodenburg as the alternate signature
authority for Title II, and Superintendent
Tamara Uselman as the signature, with
Assistant Superintendent Benjamin Johnson
as the alternate signature authority for Title
I and Title III; Assistant Superintendent for
Secondary Schools or designee to serve on
the Great Western ITV Consortium; Darin
Scherr as the 21st Century Community
Learning Center’s representative; Lisa
Kudelka as the Title IX Coordinator and
Section 504 Coordinator and to authorize
publication of the notification of the Title IX
Policy (see attached Title IX Notification);
Lisa Kudelka and Darin Scherr as co-coordinators for the Americans with Disabilities
Act; and Darin Scherr as the Bismarck
Public School District's representative to
the
surplus
property
program;
Superintendent Tamara Uselman to service
on the MREC Board for a 2-year term; two
Board members to serve on the Bismarck
Community Bowl Authority; and to authorize the Bismarck Public School District to
join the North Dakota High School

Activities Association, the Bismarck/Mandan
Area Chamber of Commerce, and the
Bismarck/Mandan
Development
Association, all for the 2017-18 school year,
and appoint Superintendent Tamara
Uselman or designee as the District’s representative. It was moved by Mr. Halvorson
and seconded by Ms. Delorme to approve
the above appointments and appoint Matt
Sagsveen and Rick Geloff as the Board representatives to the Bismarck Community
Bowl Authority. Upon roll call vote,
Delorme, Halvorson, Sagsveen, Geloff, and
Lembke voted aye. Motion carried.
Superintendent Uselman informed the
Board that as a result of the elementary
facilities study, concerns over Northridge
Elementary School were not resolved. It
was moved by Mr. Halvorson and seconded
by Mr. Geloff to approve administration to
release an RFP for an architect to provide
recommendations on the Northridge building. Upon roll call vote, Halvorson,
Sagsveen, Geloff, Delorme, and Lembke
voted aye. Motion carried. Superintendent
Uselman introduced Michelle Wagner, Child
Nutrition Director, who outlined the proposed meal price increases for the 2017-18
school year due to federal requirements. It
was moved by Mr. Sagsveen and seconded
by Mr. Halvorson to increase the breakfast/lunch prices in the following amounts
for the 2017-18 school year: Elementary
Breakfast, from $1.15 to $1.25; Elementary
Lunch, from $2.00 to $2.25; Secondary
Breakfast, from $1.25 to $1.35; Secondary
Lunch, from $2.50 to $2.75;Adult Breakfast,
from $1.75 to $2.00; and Adult Lunch, from
$3.25 to $3.50. Upon roll call vote,
Sagsveen, Geloff, Delorme, Halvorson, and
Lembke voted aye. Motion carried.
Under Discussion Item, Superintendent
Uselman referred the Board’s attention to
the DPI newsletter outlining the latest
information regarding federal Title program
funding. Superintendent Uselman reviewed
the missing student protocol that is used by
the district. Mr. Halvorson announced his
resignation from the Board effective July 31,
2017. There were no General Information
items. It was moved by Ms. Delorme and
seconded by Mr. Geloff that the Bismarck
School Board go into Executive Session
pursuant to the North Dakota Century
Code Section 44-04-19.1(9) for the purpose of discussing negotiating strategy and
to provide negotiating instructions to the
Board’s representatives for negotiating with
the Bismarck Association of School
Administrators. Upon roll call, Geloff,
Delorme, Halvorson, Sagsveen, and Lembke
voted aye. Motion carried.The Board went
into Executive Session at 8:10 p.m. The
Board reconvened in Open Session at 8:27
p.m. President Sagsveen announced that
during the Executive Session, the Board discussed negotiating strategy and provided
instruction to administration regarding
negotiating with the Bismarck Association
of School Administrators. It was moved by
Ms. Halvorson and seconded by Ms.
Delorme that the Bismarck School Board
go into Executive Session pursuant to the
North Dakota Century Code Section 4404-19.1(9) for the purpose of discussing
negotiating strategy and to provide negotiating instructions to the Board’s representatives for negotiating with the Bismarck
Education Association. Mr. Geloff left the
meeting prior to the Executive Session due
to conflict as recognized at an earlier meeting. Upon roll call, Delorme, Halvorson,
Sagsveen, and Lembke voted aye. Motion
carried. The Board went into Executive
Session at 8:28 p.m.The Board reconvened
in Open Session at 8:46 p.m.
President Sagsveen announced that during
the Executive Session, the Board discussed
negotiating strategy and provided instruction to administration regarding negotiating
with the Bismarck Education Association.
There being no further business to come
before the Board, Mr. Lembke adjourned
the meeting at 8:47 p.m President – Karl
Lembke
Business and Operations Manager – Darin
M. Scherr
BISMARCK PUBLIC SCHOOLS
806 N Washington
BISMARCK, NO 58501
NOTIFICATION OF TITLE IX POLICY
July 10, 2017
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Bismarck
Public School District #1 does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the education
programs or activities which it operates,
and that it is required by Title IX and Part
86 of the Department of Education regulations not to discriminate in such a manner.
This requirement not to discriminate
extends to educational programs and activities, as well as to employment therein.
YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that
inquiries concerning the application of Title
IX and this Part may be referred to Lisa J.
Kudelka, who has been designated as the
person responsible for coordinating the
efforts of Bismarck Public School District
#1 to comply with and carry out its responsibilities under Title IX, including any investigation of complaints alleging non-compliance. The office address and telephone
number of our coordinator are as follows:
806 N Washington Street, Bismarck, North
Dakota 58501, telephone number is (701)
323-4071.
/S/Tamara Useiman, Superintendent of
Schools
Bismarck Public School District #1
/S/Karl Lembke
School Board President
/S/Lisa J. Kudelka
Title IX Coordinator
10-3 20911042
Bismarck Board of City Commission
unofficial minutes of the
September 26, 2017 meeting.
The Board of City Commissioners met in
regular session on September 26, 2017 at
the hour of 5:15 p.m. in the Tom Baker
Meeting Room, City/County Office Building,
221 North Fifth Street, Bismarck, North
Dakota.
There
were
present:
Commissioners Marquardt, Guy, Oban,
Askvig
and
President
Seminary.
1.Commissioner Askvig moved to approve
the minutes of the September 12, 2017 regular city commission meeting, seconded by
Commissioner Marquardt. Upon a roll call
vote, all voted aye. M/C 2.Commissioner
Askvig moved to approve the following
items from the consent agenda.
Commissioner Oban seconded the motion.
Upon a roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C
A.Voucher numbers 1075599-1075941
B.Personnel actions C.Administration
Department:To provide a letter of support
on behalf of the City Commission for the
Schuett Companies, Inc. intent to purchase
and rehabilitate the Patterson building;The
introduction of and call for a public hearing
on a request for a new Class F-1 retail alcohol
license
for
La
Enchilada
D.Airport:Amendment five to the May 12,
2015 Engineering Services Agreement with
KLJ;A rental/lease digital copier equipment
contract with Advanced Business
MethodsE.Bismarck-Burleigh
Public
Health:To hold a sidewalk chalking activity
with tobacco prevention education
messagesF.Assessing Division:Application
for a 4-month property tax abatement for
2017, Disabled Veteran Credit, for Hilbert
and Janet Dschaak;Application for a 6month property tax abatement for 2017,
Disabled
Veteran
Credit,
for
ToddPedersonApplication for a 6-month
property tax abatement for 2017, Disabled
Veteran Credit, for Jesse Eugene
WilsonG.City Attorney:Amendment 3 to
the purchase agreement with Mariner
Construction
for
land
at
the
N P C C . H . E n g i n e e r i n g
Department:Encroachment Agreement and
Waiver for Dakota Carrier Network at 627
W Thayer Ave.Part B1 of the 2017

Hazardous City Sidewalk Construction
Project.I.Police Department:Authorization
to produce Bismarck PD K-9 calendars to
be sold for fundraising for the department’s
K-9
team.J.Human
Resource
Department:Condrey
Classification
changes and appeals.K.Public Works Utility
Operations:Change order No. 2 with
Northern Plains Construction on the
Wachter
Avenue
Master
Lift
Station.L.Public
Works
Service
Operations:The Forestry Division to
request donations for its Partners in
Planting program and 2018 Arbor Day celebration.REGULAR AGENDA 3.Public comment (restricted to items on the Regular
Agenda, excluding public
hearing items).No members of the public
appeared for comment.4.The Commission
President informed the attendees that the
2018 Budget PUBLIC HEARING could not
be held until 6:00 p.m. as per ND Century
Code.The public hearing would be called
for later within the meeting.The
Commission President called for the PUBLIC HEARING and second reading at 6:20
p.m. on Ordinance 6282 for the 2018
Budget.
Robert Graham, Dot Frank, Finance
Director Sheila Hillman and Director of
Utility Operations Michelle Klose
addressed the commission.Commissioner
Askvig moved to approve the second reading and final passage of ordinance 6282 for
the 2018 Budget. Commissioner Guy seconded the motion. Upon a roll call vote, all
voted aye. M/C
5.The Commission President called for the
PUBLIC HEARING on the request from the
Burleigh County Housing Authority to
apply for a Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT)
property tax incentive.No members of the
public appeared to provide comment.
Commissioner Askvig moved to approve
the request from the Burleigh County
Housing Authority for a Payment in Lieu of
Taxes (PILOT) property tax incentive as it is
in the best interest of the City.
Commissioner Guy seconded the motion.
Upon a roll call vote, all voted aye.
M/C6.The Commission President called for
the PUBLIC HEARING and second reading
of ordinance 6285, an amendment relating
to the sale of tobacco via mobile vending
units.Valerie and Francis Schoepf and
Hannah Roxine addressed the commission.
Commissioner Oban moved to approve
second reading and final passage of ordinance 6285. Commissioner Marquardt seconded the motion. On a roll call vote, all
voted aye. M/C7.The Commission President
called for the PUBLIC HEARING and second reading of ordinance 6281, to amend
the budget deadline to align with the Home
Rule Charter.No members of the public
appeared
to
provide
comment.
Commissioner Marquardt moved to
approve the second reading and final passage of ordinance 6281. Commissioner Guy
seconded the motion. Upon a roll call vote,
all voted aye. M/C8.The Commission
President called for the PUBLIC HEARING
and second reading of ordinance 6286, an
amendment to the food and alcohol percentage for the ClassI-1 license.No members of the public appeared to provide
comment. Commissioner Askvig moved to
approve the second reading and final passage of ordinance 6286. Commissioner Guy
seconded the motion. Upon a roll call vote,
all voted aye. M/C9.The Commission
President called for the PUBLIC HEARING
and second reading of ordinance 6277, a
zoning change from the R5-Residential zoning district and the R10-Residential zoning
district to the R10-Residential zoning district for select lots within Sleepy Hollow
Heights 2nd Addition and Sleepy Hollow
Heights 5th Addition.No members of the
public appeared to provide comment.Commissioner Askvig moved to
approve the second reading and final passage of ordinance 6277. Commissioner Guy
seconded the motion. Upon a roll call vote,
all voted aye. M/C 10.The Commission
President called for the PUBLIC HEARING
and second reading of ordinance 6284, a
zoning change from the RM15-Residential
zoning district to the R10 Residential zoning district for South Meadows Addition
Second replat, and the minor subdivision
final plat of South Meadows.No members
of the public appeared to provide comment.Commissioner Askvig moved to
approve the second reading and final passage of ordinance 6284 and the minor subdivision final plat for South Meadows.
Commissioner Marquardt seconded the
motion. Upon a roll call vote, all voted aye.
M/C
11.The Commission President called for
the PUBLIC HEARING and second reading
of ordinance 6283, a text amendment for
sections 14-03-06 relating to accessory
buildings in the RR, RR5 and agricultural
zoning districts.No members of the public
appeared
to
provide
comment.Commissioner Askvig moved to
approve the second reading and final passage of ordinance 6283. Commissioner Guy
seconded the motion. Upon a roll call vote,
all voted aye. M/C12.The Commission considered the request from Shane Cornelius
for a Renaissance Zone lease designation of
space for Butterhorn Restaurant within 210
East Main Avenue.Commissioner Guy
moved to approve the request from Shane
Cornelius as presented. Commissioner
Oban seconded the motion. Upon a roll call
vote, all voted aye. MC13.The Commission
considered the request from Gina Norton
for a Renaissance Zone lease designation
for space for Advanced Skin Care, LLC. at
401 East Broadway Avenue. Planner Daniel
Nairn addressed the commission.
Commissioner Oban moved to approve the
request from Gina Norton as presented.
Seconded by Commissioner Askvig. Upon a
roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C14.The
Commission President called for the PUBLIC HEARING on the request for a transfer of the Class F-1 Alcohol License from
Oahu Hawaiian BBQ Asian Cuisine
Corporation to A & R Asian Fusion Cuisine
(dba Oahu Hawaiian BBQ).Commissioner
Askvig moved to approve the transfer.
Commissioner Guy seconded the motion.
Upon a roll call vote, all voted aye. M/C
15.The Commission President called for
the PUBLCI HEARING on the Sidewalk
2016 Assessments.No members of the public appeared to provide comment.
Commissioner Oban moved to approve the
Sidewalk 2016 Assessments. Commissioner
Askvig seconded the motion. Upon a roll
call vote, all voted aye. M/C16.The
Commissioners considered the request
from the Engineering Department for
approval of North Dakota Department of
Transportation Cost Participation and
Maintenance Agreements.Commissioner
Askvig moved to approve the North
Dakota Department of Transportation Cost
Participation and Maintenance Agreements.
Commissioner Oban seconded the motion.
Upon a roll call vote, all voted aye.
M/C17.The Commissioners considered the
request from the Engineering Department
to provide information on the North
Dakota Department of Transportation
urban grant program.Commissioner Guy
moved to approve the request for the
Engineering Department to provide information to the North Dakota Department
of Transportation urban grant program.
Commissioner Oban seconded the motion.
Upon a roll call vote, all voted aye.
M/C18.The Commissioners considered the
request from Public Works Service
Operations to award the 2017-2018 snow
removal contract for the downtown sites
and event center to the lowest bidder All
Season’s Landscaping for one year.
Commissioner Askvig moved to award the
bid to All Season’s Landscaping.
Commissioner Guy seconded the motion.
On a roll call vote all voted aye. M/C19.The
Commissioners considered the request
from Public Works Service Operations to
enter into an agreement with the Burleigh
County Soil Conservation District for a Soil

Conservation Partnership.Commissioner
Askvig moved to approve the agreement as
presented. Commissioner Guy seconded
the motion. On a roll call vote all voted aye.
M/C22.The Board of City Commissioners
considered other business.Having completed the items on the agenda the meeting was
declared adjourned at 6:50 p.m.Approved
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Specialties Inc479
Ace 24Hr Towing6070
Acme Electric Tool Crib Of The449.61
Advanced Engineering & Environmental
Services Inc62953.97
Ae2S100
Aire-Master Of North Dakota19.5
All Seasons Outdoor Specialties5358
Amazon455.25
American Assoc Of Airport Exec550
Ameripride Linen & Apparel Svc1084.37
Amkus Rescue Systems Inc21.53
Anderson Chris303.43
Anderson Denise92.02
Apex Engineering Group Inc12354.5
Appliance & Furniture Rental100
Arrowhead Cleaners Inc407.75
Asap Maintenance & Repair8807.5
Assetworks, Llc4693.07
Badermaids13779
Bain Agency Inc107
Baker & Taylor Books9336.63
Bank Of North Dakota1830
Basaraba Excavating & Dirt Works
Llc19190.94
Beau Theige Custom Guitars200
Bek Communications3559
Bek Consulting Llc1106173.62
Bek Inc1147
Bis-Man Transit Board Inc4161.9
Bismarck Parking Authority915
Bismarck Public Schools40
Bismarck Tribune15399.16
Bismarck-Mandan Security Inc10996.95
Bobbi Jo Vandal Music Therapist780
Bottom Line Personal39
Bratsch Jacob224.2
Brown & Saenger98.09
Burleigh County Auditor62041.98
Burleigh County Recorder40
Butler Machinery Inc7067.97
C S Doors Inc263.1
Campbell Stu53.44
Canadian Pacific Railway Company213
Canine Tactical Operations525
Capital Electric Coop Inc22938.37
Capital Trophy Inc9
Captain Jack'S Liquor82.91
Capturis104
Casey-Reed Anita37.08
Cash For Civic Center1356
Cash For Rocky Gordon2528.86
Cdw-Government Inc2402.51
Cenex45592.83
Center For Family Medicine799
Central Mechanical Inc96676.52
Centurylink10551.95
Cherry Tree Llp / Skyzone9909.21
Civicplus1653.75
Clean Harbors Environmental Services5317
Code 4 Services92.5
Collection Center Inc123.62
Colonial Estates360
Concordance Healthcare Solutions657.36
Connex International9.59
Credit Collections Bureau482.95
Custer Health Wic742.72
Cwstructural Engineers Inc1307.5
Dacotah Paper Company Inc272.83
Dakota Communications Inc3136.25
Dakota Dust-Tex Inc280.1
Dakota Fence Company Inc370
Dakota Fire Station Inc28.5
Dakota Staffing Solutions Inc3714.8
Dakota Supply Group31604.96
Dakota West Contracting Inc94097.5
Dettmann Ross50
Downtowner Business Association606.4
Eapc Architects Engineers1104.52
Ecolab Pest Elimination Inc179.11
Edling Electric Inc33200
Electronic Communication Inc80
Elite Cleaning Services438
Envirosystems Usa Inc4429
Erhardt Brandon5226.79
Fargo Glass & Paint Company467
Ferguson Waterworks18192.45
Fetzer Electric Llc159457.6
Fff Enterprises Inc11987.56
Filtration Systems Inc11099.99
Firefighters Association945
Firemen'S Pension Fund18479.35
Fireside Office Plus Inc1113.2
Flash Printing485.84
Flexible Pipe Tool Company461.2
Food Services Of America1720.47
Forterra1533.6
Gale Group/Cengage Learning185.54
Gallagher Benefit Services Inc1820
Garske Produce Sales427.8
Gateway
Health
Mart
Pharmacy
South159.06
Geoserv Inc2540
Gpm Inc4085.44
Grand Forks Fire Equipment Co64.05
Graymont Capital Inc50515.2
Great Plains Technical Svc Inc4800
Greens Keeper Inc3865
Guggenberger Ryan249.2
Gustafson John266
H A Thompson & Sons Inc1268.05
Hawkins Inc50091.85
Hersch Tanner247.6
High Plains Technology Inc4035.98
Hoag Justin240.53
Hobbs Inc163.75
Hoerner Lawn Service380
Holt Judson & Erin2088
Huber Jody402
Hutchings William144.82
Hydro Klean1020.6
I Heart Media1122
Ibach Joe585
Icma Retirement Trust-45713285.72
Image Printing Inc499.75
Indiana Members Credit Union5027.72
Inspired Woman Enterprises Llp335
Interstate Battery System Of139.65
Isakson Charles R300
J T Fire Llc168
J2 Studio Architecture + Design, Pc1402
Jerome Distributing Inc50
Jmac Resources Inc51293.86
Johnke Katie29.96
Josh Selle126
Kadrmas Lee & Jackson Inc327146.43
Kahler Sue22.47
Kapella Mike285.32
Kappel Tree Service5296.5
Kfyr-Tv Inc4500
Knife
River
Corporation-North
Central154.77
Kovaloff Hope82.93
Kraft Jean66.34
Kuntz Crystalynn401.95
Kxmb Tv4497
Lahr Jon126.7
Learning Opportunities Inc2252.85
Lee Rick585
Leingang Tyler115.5
Level One Excavating7700
Lexisnexis Matthew Bender6267.26
Lf Staffing Services Inc2433.85
Lindtech Services Inc4931
M & T Fire And Safety Inc251
Marco136.58
Mariner Construction Inc2270452.54
Markwed Excavating Inc211900.3
Masters Lane259.6
Mccarthy April105
Merck & Company Inc8508.42
Midcontinent Communications8922.92
Midwest Tape1714
Minnesota Child Support Payment
Center321.18
Missouri Valley Lodge Fop1336.5
Missouri Valley Petroleum Inc7102.87
Montana-Dakota Utilities Co213720.34
Mvtl Laboratories272.5
Naill Brett264.18
Nairn Daniel39.15
Nalco Company Inc2281.65
National Tactical Officers1047
Nelson Lisa105.93
Neptune Technology Group Inc1620.88
Network Center Inc171.2
Newman Traffic Signs Inc56.49
Nina Loeks - Art From The Heart100
North Dakota Dept Of Health &
Consolidated Lab2380.04
North Dakota Lawn Sprinkling251
North Dakota State Tax8638.45

North Dakota United32.17
Northern Improvement Inc25355.07
Northern Plains Contracting Inc114950
Northern Technologies Llc1221.5
Northern Truck Equipment Corp4309.9899
Northwest Contracting Inc91767.39
Nova Fire Protection Inc410
Nsc Minerals5094.05
Nuco2 Llc6.63
O K Tire Stores Inc7844.37
Oclc Inc2500.51
Ohlhauser Tori61.9
Ok Automotive Wd364.59
One Call Concepts Inc1001.25
Overdrive4994.15
Pagel Electric Llc643.5
Paymentus24532.59
Pitney Bowes Inc252.21
Pkg Contracting Inc558065.4
Pollert Trevor185.5
Prairieview Landscaping & Nursery Inc2179
Praxair Distribution Inc9352.83
Preble Medical Services Inc270
Presort Plus Inc6845.09
Pride Inc1400
Printers Inc776
Public Employees Retirement System8902.6
Rainbow Gas Company1226.82
Ramada Wyndham - Bismarck1799.31
Record Keepers Llc24.5
Reisenauer Nicholas266
Renton Mike137.24
Results Unlimited5829.82
River Road Partners, Llc2475
Rollcall42.86
Rozman-Clark Tea300
Rural Metro41537
S & B Landscaping Inc230
Sam'S Club Direct451.98
Sanofi Pasteur2485.79
Sba Towers Iv Llc925
Schaefbauer Jordyn12.84
Scholastic Library Publishing1110
Schwartz Constance J49.76
Seifert Electric Inc70
Setterlund Val55
Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc367.71
Silbernagel Aaron185.5
Simplexgrinnell Lp2902.74
Skeels Electric Company Inc1925.6
Smith Tanya Jo750
Spartan Stores Llc78.33
Spherion Staffing Llc107.76
Spiffy Biffs93
St Alexius Human Performance130
Starion Bond Services275580.88
Strata Corporation3833720.28
Stratus Audio98.58
Sunset Ridge Apartments317.69
Superion Llc1269.33
Superior Lamp Inc522.06
Swanston Equipment Inc2250
Telelanguage Inc332.85
Thomson West344.48
Total Administrative Service Corp2832.9
Townsquare Media1332.8
Trane Company710
Treasurer Of Virginia315.9
Truss Systems Inc193.8
U S Bank-Credit Card Account361486.14
U S Foodservice-Bismarck2295.72
Ulmer Keith585
Ultimate Safety Concepts Inc150
Uniform Center141
United Way514.25
Verizon Wireless512.54
Waste Management Of Nd100015.74
Waste Not Recycling Llc20296
Weisz & Sons Inc4213.5
Weninger Londa25
Wentz Landscape Company120
Western Edge Electric Inc30240
Witmer Associates Inc510
Woodmansee'S Office Supply820.84
Yoder Brandon24.26
Youthworks27896.67
Zimmerman Contracting Inc15167.9
Barnhardt, Sharon210.12
Belohlavek, Heidi950.6
Blandford, Joann840.1
Bollinger, Leroy393.87
Buelow, Paula860.96
Burkhartsmeier, Shaun2348.21
Dillman, Donald733.53
Dockter, Nancy132.64
Goetz, Jeffrey71.69
Gross, Michael55.62
Hartmann, Raymond1010.6
Hilken,Vivian74.4
Hill,Amber8.4
Jacob, Michael584.72
Johnson, Sharon247.35
Karas,Yolanda12.36
Kruckenberg, Patricia115.23
Kruckenberg, Ronald2.64
Kruckenberg,Wayne140.59
Kubler, Bonnie60.54
Meidinger, Mahlon74.94
Meier, Clinton477.4
Neibauer, Corey1217.88
O'Brien, Kassandra193.86
Preszler, June1155.64
Remillong, Ian996.65
Schneider, Marilyn321.56
Schulz, Myron9.89
Schwarz, Martin344.1
Smith, Cyrus1858.09
Smith, Megan1605.09
Stockert, Maureen106.3
Suda, Jerome82.59
Suess, Benjamin193.86
Sweeney, Sharon670.74
Theurer, Sondra86.52
Vetter, George257.09
Weber, Loretta65.51
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