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PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF
WALSH COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
FEBRUARY 19, 2019
February 19, 2019 - 9:00 a.m.
Members present: Chairman Barta, Commissioners
Anderson, Burianek, Skorheim and Wild.
Motion by Skorheim to approve the February
5, 2019 regular meeting minutes and agenda
additions of township meetings and JDA
updates. Second by Anderson. Motion carried.
Burianek shared that the annual Walsh County
township officers meeting will be held on March
12th at 1pm at Park River city hall. Individual
township meetings are scheduled for March 19th;
locations are advertised in the county newspaper.
NDACo is holding the County Officials Academy on
March 11th & 12th in Bismarck.
Barta gave an update from a recent Job
Development Authority board meeting. There was
discussion about writing off some long overdue
accounts and to set up a special meeting date to
update their strategic plan and funding priorities.
Cheryl Osowski and Dennis Markusen presented
the 2020 Historic Preservation Grant, and
distributed samples of new brochures for
distribution. Motion by Anderson to sign the
2020 Historic Preservation Grant as presented.
Second by Wild. All in favor, motion carried.
Tanya Wieler, appeared for an HR update. She is
reviewing the county policy manual front to back,
as this is done every few years. Presented an HR
Audit Checklist and formal background checks
that are customizable. Motion by Anderson that
the commission supports Wieler to research
and discuss options with department heads
to work together to implement background
checks as part of the application process.
Second by Wild. Motion carried.
Sharon Lipsh, Highway Superintendent, presented
the annual report for the highway department.
In other business, the commission requested
that the Auditor Molde reach out to the school
reorganization committee members, and work to
fill any vacancies as needed.
Wild felt there was a step missed in the process
of changing the holidays, and that it should be
discussed at the next department head meeting to
get some guidance from them.
Meeting adjourned at 11:20 a.m.
Ernie Barta, Chairman
Attest: Sondra Richardson, Deputy Auditor
(March 13, 2019)

SECTION 00 1113
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
The North Dakota Department of Human Services,
Life Skills and Transition Center, 701 West 6th
Street, Grafton, North Dakota 58237, Attn: Mark
Burns, will receive sealed bids, in duplicate, until
1:00 p.m., CT, Wednesday, March 27, 2019, in
the Nutrition Services Building (809 West Cedar
Drive, Grafton, ND 58237), Dining Room, on the
Life Skills and Transition Center campus for Living
Space Improvements Project Contract for the
alterations to existing living units in the Cedar
Grove Facility on the State Campus, as described
in Contract Documents prepared by Shultz +
Associates Architects, Fargo, North Dakota,
Architect. All qualified proposals will be publicly
opened and read aloud at this time. A bid tab will
be provided.
The project involves remodeling of approximately
10,700 square feet, to include selective demolition,
new floor and ceiling finishes, adhered drywall
and wall protection, limited new drywall partitions
and replacement doors. Six bathrooms will be
completely removed and reconfigured, to include
new plumbing, fixtures, epoxy flooring, ceramic
tile, and new lighting. Other limited fire protection,
mechanical and electrical work is included. As this
is a controlled access facility, security measures and
coordination with State’s staff shall be required at
all times. Completion is required to be no later
than August 31, 2019.
Multiple Prime bids for general, mechanical, and
electrical work will be accepted. Single prime bids
will be accepted, but will not be awarded unless
that bid is lower than the combined total of the
lowest responsible prime bids.
Any bid may be withdrawn prior to the above
scheduled time for opening of the bids or the
authorized postponement thereof. Any bid received
after the time and date specified will not be
considered. Bidder shall assume full responsibility
for timely delivery of their proposal to the State.
A Mandatory, Pre-Bid Conference will be
held at 1:00 p.m., CT, on Wednesday, March
20, 2019, in the Nutrition Services Building
(809 West Cedar Drive, Grafton, ND 58237),
West Conference Center, on the Life Skills and
Transition Center campus. Interested firms will
be provided with an overview of the proposed
project. After the conference, interested firms
will be able to tour the project site to obtain firsthand knowledge of services to be performed,
to review existing conditions, and to obtain
independent measurements and observations,
prior to submitting a bid. No other observation of
the project site will be provided for this project.
Bids must be submitted on original copies of the
Bid Form in the project specifications and must be
accompanied by a separate envelope containing
a Bidder’s Bond in a sum equal to five percent of
the full amount of the Bid executed by the Bidder
as Principal and by a Surety Company authorized
to do business in this State, conditioned that if
the Principal’s Bid be accepted and a Contract be
awarded to the Principal, the Principal, within 10
days after notice of award, will execute and effect
a Contract in accordance with the terms of the
Principal’s Bid and a Contractor’s Bond as required
by law and the regulations and determinations of
the Life Skills and Transition Center. The successful
bidder will be required to furnish a Payment and
Performance Bond in the full amount of the
contract.
All Bidders must be licensed for the highest
amount of their Bid, as provided by Section 43-
07-05 of ND Century Code. Bidders must hold a
North Dakota Contractor’s License and carry North
Dakota Workers’ Compensation Insurance as
required by law. The required bid bond envelope
shall also contain a copy of the Contractor’s License
or Certificate of Renewal thereof issued by the
Secretary of State as required by law.
Bidding Documents may be examined at the office
of the Architect, Shultz + Associates Architects,
612 ½ Main Avenue, Fargo, ND 58103, and the
following Builders Exchanges: Minot Builders
Exchange, Fargo-Moorhead Builders Exchange,
Grand Forks Builders Exchanges, Minnesota
Builders Exchange, Construction Plans Exchange,
Sioux Falls Builders Exchanges, Aberdeen Builders
Exchange, Construction Industry Center, Construct
Connect, Dodge Data & Analytics, The Blue Book
Building & Construction Network; and the Life
Skills and Transition Center Plant Services Director.
Contractors may request an electronic copy of the
Bidding Documents from tiffany@thearchitectfirm.
com, no deposit will be required. Hard Copies may
be obtained from the Project Architect, Shultz
+ Associates Architects, 612 ½ Main Avenue,
Fargo, ND 58103, by providing names, address,
phone number, and email contact information. A
plan deposit of $100.00 is required for each set
of printed Bidding Documents. Any unsuccessful
Bidder, upon return of set within 10 days of the
opening of Bids, will be refunded their deposit in
full.
Each Bidder is responsible for reading and
becoming thoroughly familiar with the project’s
Contract and Bidding Documents. Failure of any
Bidder to understand the bidding or contract
documents does not relieve any Bidder from any
obligation in respect to their Bid.
All questions seeking clarification or interpretation
of the bidding or contract documents must be
in writing and directed to David Shultz, Shultz +
Associates Architects, 612 ½ Main Avenue, Fargo,
ND 58103, and cite LS009 NDDHS Life Skills and
Transition Center Living Space Improvements.
Written questions must be received by 12:00 p.m.,
CT, Friday, March 22, 2019 to allow issuance of
any necessary amendments.
The Life Skills and Transition Center reserves the
right to hold all bids for a period of 60 days after
the day fixed for the opening of the bids, and the
right to reject any or all bids and to waive any
informalities.
No Bid will be read or considered which does not
fully comply with the above provisions as to Bond
and Licenses, and any deficient Bid submitted will
be resealed and returned to the Bidder immediately.
Published by authority of the Life Skills and
Transition Center, Grafton, North Dakota
Susan Foerster, Superintendent
Grafton, North Dakota
(March 6 & 13, 2019)

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA IN DISTRICT COURT
COUNTY OF WALSH NORTHEAST JUDICIAL
DISTRICT
CHS Capital, LLC, Case No
50-2017-CV-00005
Plaintiff,
v. NOTICE OF
EXECUTION SALE
Louis L. Slominski and
Louis L. Slominski, Jr.,
Defendants.
[¶1] Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
Judgment and decree rendered, entered and
docketed in the office of the Clerk of District
Court on the 4th day of May, 2017 in favor of the
Plaintiff and against the Defendants in the aboveentitled action, which Judgment it was adjudged
that there was due and owing to the Plaintiff in
the original sum of $1,521,507.91, and by virtue
of an execution to me issued out of the office
of the Clerk of said Court, pursuant to which
I levied upon the Defendant Louis L. Slominski
(Sr.)’s interest in certain real estate, I will sell said
Defendant’s interest in the real estate situated in
Walsh County hereinafter described to the highest
bidder for cash, at public auction at the front door
of the Courthouse in the City of Grafton, Walsh
County, North Dakota, on the 10th day of April,
2019 at 10:00 a.m., of that day, to satisfy the
amount due to the date of sale, or so much thereof
as the proceeds of said sale applicable thereto will
satisfy.
[¶2] The current balance due on the Judgment for
which execution has been issued is the principal
sum of $1,368,035.70, plus sheriff’s fees and
commissions, post-judgment costs and interest
accruing at the legal rate from and after April 11,
2018.
[¶3] The real estate to be sold as aforesaid, located
in the County of Walsh, State of North Dakota, is
described as follows:
N½NW¼ of Section 17, Township 156
North, Range 52 West of the 5th P.M.;
and
S½NW¼ of Section 17, Township 156
North, Range 52 West of the 5th P.M.;
and
A tract in the NE¼ of Section 36,
Township 156 North, Range 53 West
of the 5th P.M., described as follows:
Commencing at the SE corner of said
Section 36, thence north on an assumed
bearing along the East line of said
Section, 3110.00 feet to the point of
beginning; thence west 565.00 feet;
thence north 627.64 feet; thence N
50"58'34" E, 87.06 feet; thence east
152.05 feet; thence south 460.40 feet;
thence east to a point on the East line
of said Section, 336.00 feet; thence
south along the East line of said
Section, 222.00 feet to the point of
beginning; and
E½NW¼ of Section 19, Township 155
North, Range 51 West of the 5th P.M.;
and
SW¼ of Section 5, Township 156 North,
Range 52 West of the 5th P.M.; and
W½NE¼ of Section 24, Township 155
North, Range 52 West of the 5th P.M.;
and
N½SE¼ of Section 10, Township 155
North, Range 52 West of the 5th P.M.;
and
Government Lots 3 and 4, S½NW¼ and
SW¼, comprising the W½, LESS parcel
east of the Forest River in the SE¼SW¼
of said SW¼, Section 4, Township 155
North, Range 52 West of the 5th P.M.,
AND LESS a strip of land 3 rods wide
in said Government Lots conveyed in
Book 12 Deeds, page 161.
Dated at Grafton, North Dakota, this 26th day
of February, 2019.
THE SHERIFF OF WALSH COUNTY
By: /s/ Lisa Graham
Lisa Graham, Deputy Sheriff
Walsh County, North Dakota
Jon R. Brakke (#03554)
jbrakke@vogellaw.com
VOGEL LAW FIRM
218 NP Avenue
PO Box 1389
Fargo, ND 58107-1389
Telephone: 701.237.6983
Facsimile: 218.236.9873
Attorneys for Plaintiff CHS Capital, LLC
(March 6, 13 & 20, 2019)

PUBLIC NOTICE
In accordance with state statute, the following
is the annual salary schedule for Walsh County
employees for 2019.
MOE, YVETTE 48036.00
MOLDE, KRIS 70212.00
RICHARDSON, SONDRA 45804.00
MECHAM, TAMI 37116.00
SEVIGNY, EDWARD 51996.00
FRENCH, DEBBIE 47388.00
TRENDA, JILL 59064.00
COLE, KELLEY 94020.00
TURNOW-BERGER, JANET 44496.00
FERGUSON, CHRIS 51672.00
STEELE, JARROD 63756.00
DALBEY, VALERIE 32796.00
NELSON, BRENT 76572.00
KJEMHUS, KRISTLE 43788.00
SOBOLIK, AMY 49572.00
GOODWIN, SHEILA 47652.00
MONETTE, JESSICA 39264.00
LORENZEN, KRISTAN 37932.00
WILSON, ALYSSA 36456.00
MYRVIK-DAUCSAVAGE, BRITTANY 36456.00
STROH, ANNE 45300.00
JURGENS, RONALD 85848.00
SHERLOCK, RICHARD 66660.00
ALT, ANDREAS 52164.00
GRAHAM, LISA 51396.00
LEADENS, BLAKE 47772.00
ORMISTON, CHRISTOPHER 45684.00
MORTEN, NATHAN 43044.00
JONES, CASEY 42204.00
WARK, MATTHEW 44784.00
SMITH, ANNE 43584.00
MOE, DENNIS 43584.00
WALLS, ROBERT 46344.00
DIAZ, DANIEL 38688.00
HODNY, KATRINA 40765.00
CHALLY, AMY 40452.00
LOPEZ, JOSIE 59244.00
NOVAK, TWILA 72276.00
BALDERAS, ROSA 47952.00
RINGSAK-OLDENBERG, LUANN 40704.00
FISHER, RACHEL 64128.00
MCMILLAN, TAMMY 31932.00
STEINFELDT, CHRISTINE 44292.00
RECK, SUSAN 43644.00
DVORAK, MARY 42360.00
GERSZEWSKI, SERI 67068.00
HELLE, CONNIE 36660.00
GREEN, TED 38736.00
BROWN, JAYNE 56160.00
STARK, CASSANDRA 37416.00
KASTE, CONNIE 52140.00
BALDERAS, MARTA 35052.00
JOHNSON, JEANETTE 35088.00
PRESTENG, DEBRA 33528.00
PARSONS, ALISSA 53184.00
KASSENBORG, AMBER 45576.00
MAXWELL, JOHN 44184.00
SKAVHAUG, COLIN 8028.00
LIPSH, SHARON 79140.00
LESSARD, KELLY 45554.00
STICHA, CLINT 56028.00
JASMER, BILL 54924.00
HODNY, JERRY 57324.00
KALBRENER, RYAN 53208.00
KNUTSON, ERIC 45048.00
DVORAK, DAVID 47268.00
SWARTZ, STUART 49152.00
BRAATHEN, DEAN 44376.00
EIDENSCHINK, MICHAEL 45720.00
REYNOLDS, NATHAN 41004.00
GOSSELIN, DONALD 39504.00
MIDBOE, GEORGE 38916.00
LOWREY, GLEN 38916.00
DALZELL, COREY 37836.00
BARTA, ERNEST 17244.00
BURIANEK, LAWRENCE 21444.00
ANDERSON, KAREN 21444.00
WILD, LAUREN 21444.00
SKORHEIM, DENNIS 21444.00
(March 13, 2019)
“REQUEST FOR BID
NATURAL GAS GENERATORS
The City of Grafton requests bids for three 50 kw
natural gas generators and one 200 kw natural
gas generator to be delivered to Grafton, ND. Bid
information is available from the City Auditor at
City Hall, 5 East 4th Street, Grafton, ND 58237
or by contacting City Auditor at cjohnson@
graftongov.com or 701-352-1561.
Bids shall be submitted in a sealed envelope
plainly marked “Bid for Generators”, addressed
to “City Auditor, PO Box 578, 5 East 4th Street,
Grafton, ND 58237”. Bids must be received by
the City Auditor by 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 3,
2019, at which time they will be publicly opened
and read aloud.
The City reserves the right to reject any and all
bids or parts of bids, to waive irregularities, to
hold all bids for a period not to exceed 30 days
from the date of opening bids, and to accept the
bid deemed most favorable to the City.
Connie A Johnson
City Auditor”
(March 13, 20 & 27, 2019)

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