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					                                OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS
       OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CITY COMMISSIONERS HELD
      JANUARY 26, 2010, AT 7:30 P.M. AT CITY HALL IN WILLISTON, NORTH DAKOTA.

1.       Roll Call of Commissioners

COMMISSIONERS PRESENT: Howard Klug, H. James Lawson, Brent Bogar, Brad Bekkedahl,
E. Ward Koeser

COMMISSIONERS ABSENT: None

OTHERS PRESENT: John Kautzman, Pete Furuseth, Tom Rolfstad, Monte Meiers, Kent Jarcik, Chief
Lokken, Rick Marburger

2.       Consent Agenda
         A.    Reading and Approval of Minutes for:
               1.     Regular Meeting Dated January 12, 2010
         B.    Auditor
               1.     Accounts, Claims and Bills

                                       Combined Check Register
 For checks between: 01/12/10 - 01/25/10
  2009
                                                                      Check                  Date
 Check #                Vendor/Employee/Payee Number/Name             Amount      Period    Issued

 35366     Clm     SC     3 ADVANCED ENGINEERING &                      9645.08    1209    1/25/2010
 35367     Clm     SC    718 AMERIPRIDE SERVICES                         576.60    1209    1/25/2010
 35368     Clm     SC    30 ASTRO-CHEM LAB, INC.                         623.00    1209    1/25/2010
 35369     Clm     SC    100 DAWA SOLUTIONS GROUP                       1260.00    1209    1/25/2010
 35370     Clm     SC    119 EBEL INC.                                  5087.99    1209    1/25/2010
 35371     Clm     SC    131 FIRST INTERNATIONAL BANK                     87.40    1209    1/25/2010
 35372     Clm     SC    777 FULKERSON FUNERAL HOME                      100.00    1209    1/25/2010
 35373     Clm     SC    139 GAFFANEY'S                                  560.78    1209    1/25/2010
 35374     Clm     SC    147 GUNDERSON EXCAVATING, INC                  1565.00    1209    1/25/2010
 35375     Clm     SC    173 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPT.                275.00    1209    1/25/2010
 35376     Clm     SC    190 JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA                    516.48    1209    1/25/2010
 35377     Clm     SC    591 LEXIS NEXIS                                 166.47    1209    1/25/2010
 35378     Clm     SC    229 LITTLE FALLS MACHINERY                     1730.85    1209    1/25/2010
 35379     Clm     SC    585 MCCODY CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC               134.00    1209    1/25/2010
 35380     Clm     SC    784 NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORP            183.22    1209    1/25/2010
 35381     Clm     SC    330 NORTHERN WATER WORKS                       1239.50    1209    1/25/2010
 35382     Clm     SC    688 PRARIE BUSINESS                             572.00    1209    1/25/2010
 35383     Clm     SC    364 PURCHASE POWER                             1000.00    1209    1/25/2010
 35384     Clm     SC    409 SANITATION PRODUCTS                         122.82    1209    1/25/2010
 35385     Clm     SC    416 SELID PLUMBING & HEATING                    111.99    1209    1/25/2010
 35386     Clm     SC    554 THE ECONOMIST                               137.19    1209    1/25/2010
 35387     Clm     SC    463 TRIANGLE ELECTRIC                           213.00    1209    1/25/2010
 35388     Clm     SC    483 VECTOR CONTROL DIST #1                    68991.62    1209    1/25/2010
 35389     Clm     SC    489 VISA                                         33.03    1209    1/25/2010
 35390     Clm     SC    501 WESTERN VET CLINIC                           60.00    1209    1/25/2010
City Commission Meeting                                   2                                        January 26, 2010

 35391     Clm         SC   531 WILLIAMS COUNTY AUDITOR                             21898.08       1209     1/25/2010
 35392     Clm         SC   532 WILLIAMS COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPT.                        1787.37       1209     1/25/2010
 35393     Clm         SC   648 WILLIAMS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE                     2439.50       1209     1/25/2010
 35394     Clm         SC   538 WILLIAMS RURAL WATER DISTRICT/QUA                     104.45       1209     1/25/2010
 35395     Clm         SC   509 WILLISTON AREA CHAMBER                               1440.00       1209     1/25/2010
 35396     Clm         SC   517 WILLISTON FIRE & SAFETY                                94.75       1209     1/25/2010
 35397     Clm         SC   518 WILLISTON HERALD                                      604.80       1209     1/25/2010

 Total   Claims        31
 Grand Total                                                                      123,361.97

           Check Types: MC - Manual Claim, SC - System Claim, V - Void (never in system)

         P=Payroll, C=Cancelled (cancelled in system), R=Reissued, D=Deleted (deleted in system)

                                          Combined Check Register
 For checks between: 01/12/10 - 01/25/10
    2010
 Payroll
                     Check                                                            Check                    Date
  Check #             Type          Vendor/Employee/Payee Number/Name                 Amount       Period     Issued

     -89357      Pay    P       20047 KELLY M. ABERLE                                   502.44        110   1/15/2010
     -89356      Pay    P       19024 DAVID L. BELISLE                                   77.40        110   1/15/2010
     -89355      Pay    P       18021 ROBERT J. BENTH                                   940.99        110   1/15/2010
     -89354      Pay    P       19076 CORY G COLLINGS                                   966.59        110   1/15/2010
     -89353      Pay    P       12020 RANDY M DONNELLY                                  733.91        110   1/15/2010
     -89352      Pay    P       23078 DON A. EIDE                                       861.99        110   1/15/2010
     -89351      Pay    P       27062 DWIGHT J. ELLINGSON                               644.60        110   1/15/2010
     -89350      Pay    P       27076 DANNY R. GERGEN                                   763.37        110   1/15/2010
     -89349      Pay    P       19009 LINDA R. GRANBOIS                                 125.71        110   1/15/2010
     -89348      Pay    P       19075 RICK E. HAAKENSON                                 221.61        110   1/15/2010
     -89347      Pay    P       19017 MARK HANSON                                      1148.04        110   1/15/2010
     -89346      Pay    P       19082 RANDY M. HAUGENOE                                 790.86        110   1/15/2010
     -89345      Pay    P       12017 JOHN L. KAUTZMAN                                 1606.09        110   1/15/2010
     -89344      Pay    P       22020 ROBERT D. KNAPPER                                 446.50        110   1/15/2010
     -89343      Pay    P       19012 THOMAS L. LADWIG                                 1259.52        110   1/15/2010
     -89342      Pay    P       20045 DOUGLAS I. LALIM                                 1113.04        110   1/15/2010
     -89341      Pay    P       19011 JAMES L LOKKEN                                   1511.34        110   1/15/2010
     -89340      Pay    P       29011 RICHARD D. MARBURGER                              871.17        110   1/15/2010
     -89339      Pay    P       21040 MONTE C. MEIERS                                  1456.03        110   1/15/2010
     -89338      Pay    P       30027 JAMES E. PHILLIPS                                 883.24        110   1/15/2010
     -89337      Pay    P       24013 THOMAS C. POTTER                                 1113.97        110   1/15/2010
     -89336      Pay    P       24002 RICHARD RESELL                                   1259.51        110   1/15/2010
     -89335      Pay    P       52003 THOMAS C. ROLFSTAD                               1427.24        110   1/15/2010
     -89334      Pay    P       29012 RAYMOND D. ROOKS                                  694.75        110   1/15/2010
     -89333      Pay    P       18020 RICHARD SHEARER                                   938.66        110   1/15/2010
     -89332      Pay    P       12018 SANDRA K. SOLBERG                                1019.87        110   1/15/2010
     -89331      Pay    P       54008 TAMMY K WRIGHT                                    562.18        110   1/15/2010
     -89330      Pay    P       12020 RANDY M DONNELLY                                 1153.41        110   1/15/2010
     -89329      Pay    P       12017 JOHN L. KAUTZMAN                                 2189.18        110   1/15/2010
     -89328      Pay    P       12028 RAINNIE L. LADUE                                 1236.70        110   1/15/2010
City Commission Meeting                      3                   January 26, 2010

     -89327   Pay    P    12029 LORI A. LARSEN          871.28      110   1/15/2010
     -89326   Pay    P    12018 SANDRA K. SOLBERG      1283.82      110   1/15/2010
     -89325   Pay    P    13026 KEVIN W. CRAFT          867.13      110   1/15/2010
     -89324   Pay    P    13022 BETTY J. JOHNSON       1399.84      110   1/15/2010
     -89323   Pay    P    13028 JESSICA J. LYNNER       925.18      110   1/15/2010
     -89322   Pay    P    13027 CRYSTAL A. SCHAUBEL    1008.82      110   1/15/2010
     -89321   Pay    P    13025 JOLEEN S. TINKER       1081.98      110   1/15/2010
     -89320   Pay    P    18021 ROBERT J. BENTH        1570.72      110   1/15/2010
     -89319   Pay    P    18100 TANA L. BRUNSVOLD        14.31      110   1/15/2010
     -89318   Pay    P    18022 SHARYL J. BUSCH        1970.16      110   1/15/2010
     -89317   Pay    P    18026 MATTHEW L. GARDNER     1771.73      110   1/15/2010
     -89316   Pay    P    18001 ALAN K. HANSON         1721.65      110   1/15/2010
     -89315   Pay    P    18027 STEVEN D. KERZMANN     1475.46      110   1/15/2010
     -89314   Pay    P    18024 JONATHON RASMUSSEN     1677.36      110   1/15/2010
     -89313   Pay    P    18023 DANIEL J RAYMOND       1448.42      110   1/15/2010
     -89312   Pay    P    18020 RICHARD SHEARER        1538.68      110   1/15/2010
     -89311   Pay    P    19099 STEVEN D. ARMSTRONG    1128.13      110   1/15/2010
     -89310   Pay    P    19024 DAVID L. BELISLE       1249.86      110   1/15/2010
     -89309   Pay    P    19092 DUSTIN J. BERTSCH      1094.01      110   1/15/2010
     -89308   Pay    P    19028 MARK R. BITZ           1756.21      110   1/15/2010
     -89307   Pay    P    19090 HEATHER M. CECIL       1083.31      110   1/15/2010
     -89306   Pay    P    19076 CORY G COLLINGS        1408.08      110   1/15/2010
     -89305   Pay    P    19093 CALEB A. FRY           1038.50      110   1/15/2010
     -89304   Pay    P    19009 LINDA R. GRANBOIS       960.64      110   1/15/2010
     -89303   Pay    P    19075 RICK E. HAAKENSON      1758.64      110   1/15/2010
     -89302   Pay    P    19017 MARK HANSON            1185.06      110   1/15/2010
     -89301   Pay    P    19082 RANDY M. HAUGENOE      1160.80      110   1/15/2010
     -89300   Pay    P    19012 THOMAS L. LADWIG       1707.26      110   1/15/2010
     -89299   Pay    P    19011 JAMES L LOKKEN         2125.47      110   1/15/2010
     -89298   Pay    P    19014 KENNETH B. OWENS       1648.18      110   1/15/2010
     -89297   Pay    P    19089 JOHN L. PFAU           1110.14      110   1/15/2010
     -89296   Pay    P    19086 DION D. STEINLEY       1142.19      110   1/15/2010
     -89295   Pay    P    19101 DARYL D. WALLIN        1020.21      110   1/15/2010
     -89294   Pay    P    19077 MICHAEL S. WILSON      1461.91      110   1/15/2010
     -89293   Pay    P    20047 KELLY M. ABERLE         898.32      110   1/15/2010
     -89292   Pay    P    20045 DOUGLAS I. LALIM       1433.94      110   1/15/2010
     -89291   Pay    P    21040 MONTE C. MEIERS        1893.04      110   1/15/2010
     -89290   Pay    P    21054 WAYNE A WIEDRICH       1160.74      110   1/15/2010
     -89289   Pay    P    22020 ROBERT D. KNAPPER      1999.85      110   1/15/2010
     -89288   Pay    P    23078 DON A. EIDE            1900.54      110   1/15/2010
     -89287   Pay    P    24018 EFFIE J. BROWN          959.45      110   1/15/2010
     -89286   Pay    P    24017 STEVEN W. JENSEN        956.74      110   1/15/2010
     -89285   Pay    P    24013 THOMAS C. POTTER       1324.61      110   1/15/2010
     -89284   Pay    P    24002 RICHARD RESELL         1754.76      110   1/15/2010
     -89283   Pay    P    25110 KENNETH W. BERGSTROM   1345.20      110   1/15/2010
     -89282   Pay    P    26039 DIANE K. ALBRIGHTSON    724.65      110   1/15/2010
     -89281   Pay    P    26041 SARAH J. BERRY         1012.11      110   1/15/2010
     -89280   Pay    P    27062 DWIGHT J. ELLINGSON    1210.29      110   1/15/2010
     -89279   Pay    P    27076 DANNY R. GERGEN        1366.14      110   1/15/2010
     -89278   Pay    P    29013 RODNEY D. HELSTAD       968.70      110   1/15/2010
     -89277   Pay    P    29011 RICHARD D. MARBURGER    249.85      110   1/15/2010
     -89276   Pay    P    29014 MYRON C. OYLOE          630.91      110   1/15/2010
City Commission Meeting                      4                          January 26, 2010

     -89275   Pay    P    29012 RAYMOND D. ROOKS              1411.07      110   1/15/2010
     -89274   Pay    P    30027 JAMES E. PHILLIPS             1299.38      110   1/15/2010
     -89273   Pay    P    34017 KENT A. JARCIK                1776.11      110   1/15/2010
     -89272   Pay    P    34016 ELAINE B. SINNESS              803.55      110   1/15/2010
     -89271   Pay    P    35025 JOSILYN F BEAN                 789.66      110   1/15/2010
     -89270   Pay    P    35020 RENEE D. BOWMAN               1034.68      110   1/15/2010
     -89269   Pay    P    48087 MAUREEN S. LAQUA               518.76      110   1/15/2010
     -89268   Pay    P    48080 SHERRY RODVOLD                 574.86      110   1/15/2010
     -89267   Pay    P    48013 DEBORAH A. SLAIS               945.53      110   1/15/2010
     -89266   Pay    P    48034 YVONNE A. TOPP                 282.79      110   1/15/2010
     -89265   Pay    P    48089 CLARA WEGLEY                   518.10      110   1/15/2010
     -89264   Pay    P    56036 Rebecca Whitley Lockhart       407.02      110   1/15/2010
     -89263   Pay    P    52013 SHANNON K. INNIS               832.41      110   1/15/2010
     -89262   Pay    P    52011 ANN M. KVANDE                  895.00      110   1/15/2010
     -89261   Pay    P    52003 THOMAS C. ROLFSTAD            1932.74      110   1/15/2010
     -89260   Pay    P    52020 SHAWN WENKO                   1315.97      110   1/15/2010
     -89259   Pay    P    53005 BOBBI JO CLARKE                868.85      110   1/15/2010
     -89258   Pay    P    53002 AMY A. KRUEGER                1278.50      110   1/15/2010
     -89257   Pay    P    54005 ANTHONY W MELBERG              820.68      110   1/15/2010
     -89256   Pay    P    54008 TAMMY K WRIGHT                 856.16      110   1/15/2010
     -89255   Pay    P    DEFERRED COMP NATIONWIDE RET. SO   12911.46      110   1/19/2010
     -89254   Pay    P    FIT       U.S. TREASURY            61975.91      110   1/19/2010
     -89253   Pay    P    MERITAIN HEALTH MERITAIN HEALTH      262.53      110   1/19/2010
      35268   Pay    P    25030 PEDAR A. ANDRE                1015.95      110   1/15/2010
      35269   Pay    P    36006 NEIL W. BAKKEN                 985.30      110   1/15/2010
      35270   Pay    P    27058 DAVID LEE BELL                 800.20      110   1/15/2010
      35271   Pay    P    18019 THOMAS R. BLOCH               1068.19      110   1/15/2010
      35272   Pay    P    27067 RICHARD D. BORUD               630.01      110   1/15/2010
      35273   Pay    P    17016 TOM J. GLENN                   543.60      110   1/15/2010
      35274   Pay    P    37008 LAVERN GOHL                    790.15      110   1/15/2010
      35275   Pay    P    27066 GORDON GRIMMER                 851.41      110   1/15/2010
      35276   Pay    P    21041 ROBERT E HANSON               1297.68      110   1/15/2010
      35277   Pay    P    23039 BRUCE A. JOHNSON               835.89      110   1/15/2010
      35278   Pay    P    32006 WILLIAM M. MCQUISTON           731.84      110   1/15/2010
      35279   Pay    P    27091 JOSEPH G. MONSON               625.11      110   1/15/2010
      35280   Pay    P    25037 JACK L. SJOL                  1232.11      110   1/15/2010
      35281   Pay    P    19056 CHARLES TANNER                 985.30      110   1/15/2010
      35282   Pay    P    25112 DUANE F. OVERBY                198.19      110   1/15/2010
      35283   Pay    P    12026 KAREN P. LARSON                830.63      110   1/15/2010
      35284   Pay    P    13029 JANET M. JOHNSRUD             1030.37      110   1/15/2010
      35285   Pay    P    17016 TOM J. GLENN                   798.13      110   1/15/2010
      35286   Pay    P    18019 THOMAS R. BLOCH               1831.76      110   1/15/2010
      35287   Pay    P    18061 JANICE L BRUINS                210.55      110   1/15/2010
      35288   Pay    P    18028 DAVID C. DONNER               1605.64      110   1/15/2010
      35289   Pay    P    18096 TRACY C. KERZMANN                4.84      110   1/15/2010
      35290   Pay    P    18098 EVAN M. LEISETH                104.59      110   1/15/2010
      35291   Pay    P    18070 JEANNE M. SAGASER               6.470      110   1/15/2010
      35292   Pay    P    18081 JENNIFER A. SAX                 33.47      110   1/15/2010
      35293   Pay    P    18079 SCOTT S. TANNER                  4.84      110   1/15/2010
      35294   Pay    P    18097 DUANE S. WINTER                 31.40      110   1/15/2010
      35295   Pay    P    56037 CHRISTOPHER A. COOK            877.85      110   1/15/2010
      35296   Pay    P    19095 WALTER H. HALL                1058.38      110   1/15/2010
City Commission Meeting                       5                               January 26, 2010

      35297   Pay    P    19098 DAVID A. PETERSON                   1176.42      110   1/15/2010
      35298   Pay    P    19062 LES W. SLAGLE                       1348.00      110   1/15/2010
      35299   Pay    P    19056 CHARLES TANNER                      1216.40      110   1/15/2010
      35300   Pay    P    19100 RYAN C. ZIMMERMAN                   1289.10      110   1/15/2010
      35301   Pay    P    21051 CARL S DUNN                         1317.07      110   1/15/2010
      35302   Pay    P    21041 ROBERT E HANSON                     1915.88      110   1/15/2010
      35303   Pay    P    21052 RAYMON J. SKOGEN                    1023.39      110   1/15/2010
      35304   Pay    P    22021 LES CHRISTENSEN                     1878.75      110   1/15/2010
      35305   Pay    P    22014 GARY L GLOVATSKY                    1109.91      110   1/15/2010
      35306   Pay    P    23136 JAMES B. ENGEN                      1671.95      110   1/15/2010
      35307   Pay    P    23126 BRENT E. HANSON                     1839.47      110   1/15/2010
      35308   Pay    P    23039 BRUCE A. JOHNSON                    1769.47      110   1/15/2010
      35309   Pay    P    23142 ROBIN S OLIVERIA                    1392.59      110   1/15/2010
      35310   Pay    P    25030 PEDAR A. ANDRE                      1052.10      110   1/15/2010
      35311   Pay    P    25106 RICHARD S. ODEGARD                  1014.55      110   1/15/2010
      35312   Pay    P    25037 JACK L. SJOL                        1845.76      110   1/15/2010
      35313   Pay    P    27058 DAVID LEE BELL                      2446.60      110   1/15/2010
      35314   Pay    P    27067 RICHARD D. BORUD                    1084.59      110   1/15/2010
      35315   Pay    P    27066 GORDON GRIMMER                      1827.41      110   1/15/2010
      35316   Pay    P    27100 THOMAS SHANE JONES                   837.46      110   1/15/2010
      35317   Pay    P    27096 RUSSELL E. MOMBERG                  1425.03      110   1/15/2010
      35318   Pay    P    27091 JOSEPH G. MONSON                    1103.53      110   1/15/2010
      35319   Pay    C    27078 LEO ST. PIERRE                            0      110   1/15/2010
      35320   Pay    P    29017 CURTIS L. SULLIVAN                   725.10      110   1/15/2010
      35321   Pay    P    30048 ADRIENNE STEPANEK                    307.77      110   1/15/2010
      35322   Pay    P    25112 DUANE F. OVERBY                      482.12      110   1/15/2010
      35323   Pay    P    31052 JUSTIN L. OVERBY                    1083.35      110   1/15/2010
      35324   Pay    P    31051 GORDON L. SMESTAD                   1420.92      110   1/15/2010
      35325   Pay    P    32006 WILLIAM M. MCQUISTON                1150.11      110   1/15/2010
      35326   Pay    P    35026 JANE D. URBATSCH                     315.88      110   1/15/2010
      35327   Pay    P    36006 NEIL W. BAKKEN                      1382.19      110   1/15/2010
      35328   Pay    P    37008 LAVERN GOHL                         1613.40      110   1/15/2010
      35329   Pay    P    48105 HALEY M BECKER                        45.26      110   1/15/2010
      35330   Pay    P    48102 KAYLA J. HELL                        139.26      110   1/15/2010
      35331   Pay    P    48103 JAMES S. HOLMAN                      875.55      110   1/15/2010
      35332   Pay    P    48106 CLARA A. REINKE                       52.22      110   1/15/2010
      35333   Pay    P    48088 WINIFRED M. SCHIELE                  305.17      110   1/15/2010
      35334   Pay    P    54065 PATRICIA K. FIORENZA                1262.63      110   1/15/2010
      35335   Pay    P    27078 LEO ST. PIERRE                       916.62      110   1/15/2010
      35336   Pay    P    27078 LEO ST. PIERRE                      3896.80      110   1/15/2010
      35337   Clm    SC   999999 CAROL SORENSON                       20.00      110   1/15/2010
      35338   Clm    SC   999999 RYAN MATTHEW LEE                    300.00      110   1/15/2010
      35339   Clm    SC     667 GATE CITY BANK                      3655.50      110   1/15/2010
      35340   Clm    SC   999999 LEON WAHL                             9.11      110   1/15/2010
      35341   Clm    SC     533 WILLIAMS COUNTY TREAS./RECORDER       14.21      110   1/15/2010
      35342   Clm    SC   999999 BASIN BROKERS                     35490.00      110   1/15/2010
      35343   Clm    SC     601 BLACKHAWK AGENCY, LLC               2397.60      110   1/15/2010
      35344   Clm    SC   999999 ALLEGIANCE                          402.50      110   1/19/2010
      35345   Clm    SC     252 MIDCONTINENT COMMUNICATIONS          153.35      110   1/19/2010
      35346   Clm    SC     252 MIDCONTINENT COMMUNICATIONS          148.35      110   1/19/2010
      35347   Clm    SC     35 BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA               103291.86      110   1/19/2010
      35348   Clm    SC   999999 ERIC WEDLAND                        265.00      110   1/20/2010
City Commission Meeting                       6                                January 26, 2010

      35349   Clm    SC   999999 BCBSNM-FBO-IHS                      2046.46      110   1/20/2010
      35350   Clm    SC   999999 MEDICARE                             750.23      110   1/20/2010
      35351   Clm    SC     783 Trail of Legends LLC                10000.00      110   1/20/2010
      35352   Clm    SC   999999 RON OSTER                           4873.38      110   1/20/2010
      35353   Pay    P    MT CHILD SUPPOR MONTANA CSED                 14.32      110   1/20/2010
      35354   Pay    P    ND CHILD SUPPOR ND CHILD SUPP. ENFORCE      819.00      110   1/20/2010
      35356   Clm    SC     623 FLEET SERVICES                       2480.83      110   1/20/2010
      35357   Clm    SC     252 MIDCONTINENT COMMUNICATIONS            46.22      110   1/20/2010
      35358   Clm    SC     488 VISA                                  976.05      110   1/20/2010
      35359   Clm    SC   999999 DUANE NOESKE                         200.00      110   1/22/2010
      35360   Clm    SC   999999 BRAD HINGTGEN                        400.00      110   1/22/2010
      35361   Clm    SC     521 WILLISTON PARK DISTRICT             26938.70      110   1/22/2010
      35362   Clm    SC     524 WILLISTON SCHOOL DIST #1           262904.39      110   1/22/2010
      35363   Clm    SC     710 CHANEY'S CAR & TRUCK REPAIR          2017.50      110   1/22/2010
      35364   Clm    SC   999999 RON OSTER                            577.50      110   1/22/2010
      35365   Clm    SC   999999 CODY LACOUNTE                         75.00      110   1/22/2010
      35398   Clm    SC     786 4 S FLOORING                          500.00      110   1/25/2010
      35399   Clm    SC     11 ALVINA SKOGEN                           58.50      110   1/25/2010
      35400   Clm    SC     21 AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION       369.00      110   1/25/2010
      35401   Clm    SC     718 AMERIPRIDE SERVICES                     4.50      110   1/25/2010
      35402   Clm    SC     23 AMY KRUEGER                            350.00      110   1/25/2010
      35403   Clm    SC     708 AT&T                                  176.58      110   1/25/2010
      35404   Clm    SC     779 AVON-ISI                              200.96      110   1/25/2010
      35405   Clm    SC     33 BAKER & TAYLOR CO.                     569.39      110   1/25/2010
      35406   Clm    SC     34 BALCO UNIFORM CO., INC.                944.79      110   1/25/2010
      35407   Clm    SC     44 BETTY LUNDBY                           101.25      110   1/25/2010
      35408   Clm    SC   999999 BILLY NOKES                           38.05      110   1/25/2010
      35409   Clm    SC   999998 BRAD D. BEKKEDAHL                    670.40      110   1/25/2010
      35410   Clm    SC     67 CAR TUNZ                                 6.00      110   1/25/2010
      35411   Clm    SC     69 CARQUEST WESTERN AUTO                  126.48      110   1/25/2010
      35412   Clm    SC   999999 CARROLL SINNESS                        4.12      110   1/25/2010
      35413   Clm    SC     616 CENTER POINT LARGE PRINT              193.50      110   1/25/2010
      35414   Clm    SC   999999 CHRISTIAN SCHOCK                      52.16      110   1/25/2010
      35415   Clm    SC     79 CITY OF WILLISTON                     1961.08      110   1/25/2010
      35416   Clm    SC     80 CITY OF WILLISTON                       69.85      110   1/25/2010
      35417   Clm    SC     82 CLIFFORD OYLOE                          60.00      110   1/25/2010
      35418   Clm    SC   999999 COOK WEGNER, PC                      523.96      110   1/25/2010
      35419   Clm    SC     88 CQ PRESS                               198.46      110   1/25/2010
      35420   Clm    SC     91 CULLIGAN                                 6.50      110   1/25/2010
      35421   Clm    SC     555 DAKOTA OIL PROCESSING LLC           19473.83      110   1/25/2010
      35422   Clm    SC     118 EARL'S ELECTRIC, INC.                  60.00      110   1/25/2010
      35423   Clm    SC     119 EBEL INC.                             430.00      110   1/25/2010
      35424   Clm    SC   999998 ELAINE B. SINNESS                     80.00      110   1/25/2010
      35425   Clm    SC     780 FIRST BIOMEDICAL, INC                 540.00      110   1/25/2010
      35426   Clm    SC     131 FIRST INTERNATIONAL BANK                2.94      110   1/25/2010
      35427   Clm    SC     134 FORT UNION SUPPLY & TRADE             108.33      110   1/25/2010
      35428   Clm    SC     139 GAFFANEY'S                            151.00      110   1/25/2010
      35429   Clm    SC     785 GALE                                  171.72      110   1/25/2010
      35430   Clm    SC     144 GRAYMONT WESTERN CANADA              6942.85      110   1/25/2010
      35431   Clm    SC     147 GUNDERSON EXCAVATING, INC            1997.50      110   1/25/2010
      35432   Clm    SC     618 H W WILSON COMPANY                    276.00      110   1/25/2010
      35433   Clm    SC   999998 H. JAMES LAWSON                       84.00      110   1/25/2010
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      35434   Clm    SC     550 HEDAHLS PARTS PLUS                 88.55      110   1/25/2010
      35435   Clm    SC     162 HORIZON RESOURCES                8613.42      110   1/25/2010
      35436   Clm    SC     163 HOSE AND RUBBER SUPPLY            289.26      110   1/25/2010
      35437   Clm    SC   999999 IRENE LAQUA                       10.00      110   1/25/2010
      35438   Clm    SC     183 JAN THUE                          491.10      110   1/25/2010
      35439   Clm    SC     191 JOE'S DIGGING SERVICE INC        3160.00      110   1/25/2010
      35440   Clm    SC   999999 KEVIN STEIN                       28.88      110   1/25/2010
      35441   Clm    SC     591 LEXIS NEXIS                       170.34      110   1/25/2010
      35442   Clm    SC     225 LIL SCHMIDT                        43.50      110   1/25/2010
      35443   Clm    SC   999999 LYLA RAAUM                       324.05      110   1/25/2010
      35444   Clm    SC   999999 MABEL ERICKSON                     5.00      110   1/25/2010
      35445   Clm    SC     699 MAGNETIC PERSONALITES              10.95      110   1/25/2010
      35446   Clm    SC     791 Mary Bradley                      253.00      110   1/25/2010
      35447   Clm    SC     781 MED ALLIANCE GROUP, INC          1008.85      110   1/25/2010
      35448   Clm    SC     247 MERCY MEDICAL CENTER              224.14      110   1/25/2010
      35449   Clm    SC     250 MICROMARKETING ASSOCIATES        2524.56      110   1/25/2010
      35450   Clm    SC     253 MID-STATES ORGANIZED              150.00      110   1/25/2010
      35451   Clm    SC     260 MODERN MACHINE WORKS              130.00      110   1/25/2010
      35452   Clm    SC     243 MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES        26648.67      110   1/25/2010
      35453   Clm    SC     551 MORELLI'S DISTRIBUTING, INC.       21.00      110   1/25/2010
      35454   Clm    SC     267 MOUNTRAIL-WILLIAMS REC            192.59      110   1/25/2010
      35455   Clm    SC     270 MURPHY MOTORS, INC.               172.28      110   1/25/2010
      35456   Clm    SC     275 NAPA AUTO PARTS                  1366.60      110   1/25/2010
      35457   Clm    SC     782 ND CHAPTER IAAI                    20.00      110   1/25/2010
      35458   Clm    SC     286 ND CHIEF'S OF POLICE ASSN          50.00      110   1/25/2010
      35459   Clm    SC   999999 ND CLERK'S ASSOCIATION            60.00      110   1/25/2010
      35460   Clm    SC     294 ND FIREFIGHTER'S ASSOC            200.00      110   1/25/2010
      35461   Clm    SC     306 ND RURAL WATER SYSTEM ASSOC.      125.00      110   1/25/2010
      35462   Clm    SC     320 NEMONT                           3277.50      110   1/25/2010
      35463   Clm    SC     330 NORTHERN WATER WORKS             2331.51      110   1/25/2010
      35464   Clm    SC     331 NORTHWEST CHAPTER                 300.00      110   1/25/2010
      35465   Clm    SC     333 NORTHWEST SUPPLY CO.               59.50      110   1/25/2010
      35466   Clm    SC   999999 PHIL ANDERSON                     70.06      110   1/25/2010
      35467   Clm    SC     246 PHYSIO-CONTROL, INC              1569.00      110   1/25/2010
      35468   Clm    SC     356 PITNEY BOWES, INC.                122.37      110   1/25/2010
      35469   Clm    SC     641 PREBLE MEDICAL SERVICES, INC       50.00      110   1/25/2010
      35470   Clm    SC     788 PRO CARE                          800.00      110   1/25/2010
      35471   Clm    SC     362 PRO SAFE PEST CONTROL              75.00      110   1/25/2010
      35472   Clm    SC     367 QUILL CORPORATION                 603.75      110   1/25/2010
      35473   Clm    SC     597 QWEST                             950.46      110   1/25/2010
      35474   Clm    SC     388 RESULTS UNLIMITED                5933.75      110   1/25/2010
      35475   Clm    SC     390 RICHARD A. JOHNSON               2425.50      110   1/25/2010
      35476   Clm    SC   999999 RUBY OLSON                        10.00      110   1/25/2010
      35477   Clm    SC     409 SANITATION PRODUCTS               145.98      110   1/25/2010
      35478   Clm    SC     747 SCHONSTEDT INSTRUMENT COMPANY     301.56      110   1/25/2010
      35479   Clm    SC   999999 SHANNON HERR                      24.47      110   1/25/2010
      35480   Clm    SC   999999 SHAWN & CYNTHIA ADAMS             33.30      110   1/25/2010
      35481   Clm    SC     789 SMART APPLE MEDIA                 944.36      110   1/25/2010
      35482   Clm    SC     427 SRF CONSULTING GROUP, INC        3766.88      110   1/25/2010
      35483   Clm    SC     448 THE SIGN SHOP                      80.00      110   1/25/2010
      35484   Clm    SC     449 THERM-AIR SALES CORP.             152.18      110   1/25/2010
      35485   Clm    SC     460 TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO.          1375.38      110   1/25/2010
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      35486    Clm     SC           475 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA                       3000.00        110   1/25/2010
      35487    Clm     SC         999999 VEDA CHRISTMAN                                  5.82        110   1/25/2010
      35488    Clm     SC         999999 VICKI DAMM                                     13.18        110   1/25/2010
      35489    Clm     SC           489 VISA                                           185.31        110   1/25/2010
      35490    Clm     SC           503 WESTLIE MOTOR CO.                               17.83        110   1/25/2010
      35491    Clm     SC           531 WILLIAMS COUNTY AUDITOR                     122636.13        110   1/25/2010
      35492    Clm     SC           509 WILLISTON AREA CHAMBER                          80.00        110   1/25/2010
      35493    Clm     SC           510 WILLISTON AREA SAFETY ASSOCIATION              120.00        110   1/25/2010
      35494    Clm     SC           511 WILLISTON BASIN FLORAL                          80.63        110   1/25/2010
      35495    Clm     SC           514 WILLISTON COMMUNITY LIBRARY                    185.88        110   1/25/2010
      35496    Clm     SC           517 WILLISTON FIRE & SAFETY                        175.58        110   1/25/2010
      35497    Clm     SC           518 WILLISTON HERALD                               651.12        110   1/25/2010

 Total # Claims             333
 Payroll                                                                           258,699.56

 Claim Total                                                                       696,873.17

 Grand Total                                                                       955,572.73

                  Check Types: MC - Manual Claim, SC - System Claim, V - Void (never in system)

        P=Payroll, C=Cancelled (cancelled in system), R=Reissued, D=Deleted (deleted in system)

                  2.     Application for a Local Permit or Charity Local Permit
                         a.      Lewis & Clark PTO; March 18, 2010; Raffle
                  3.     Application for Auctioneer’s License
                         a.      LeVern D. Seal; Billings, MT
       C.         Building Official
       D.         City Planner
                  1.     Request to set Public Hearing for February 9, 2010 for Proposed Zone Change
                         from M-1: Light Industrial to C-2: General Commercial for Lot 1, Block 5, Sloulin
                         Field First Addition, City of Williston, ND – Smith/Brutger
       E.         Assessor
                  1.     Exemptions
                         a.      New Residence Exemptions – Years Exempt 2010
                                 1.     Tomka & Sons Construction, Inc.; Lot 11, Block 11,
                                        Fox Glen Subdivision, City of Williston
                                 2.     Envision Land & Development; Lot 48, Block 5, Joan Hagan
                                        1st Addition, City of Williston
                                 3.     Envision Land & Development; Lot 50, Block 5, Joan Hagan
                                        1st Addition, City of Williston
                                 4.     David & Christine Lanoue; South 76' of Lot 1R of RR Lots 2-3-4,
                                        Block 3, North Meadows First Addition, City of Williston
                                 5.     Zachary & Clairissa Mehus; Lot 7, Block 6, Lewison Addition,
                                        City of Williston

MOTION BY LAWSON, 2ND BY KLUG, to approve the consent agenda as presented to the
Commission.
AYE: Klug, Lawson, Bogar, Bekkedahl, Koeser
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NAY: None
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING:
CARRIED: 5-0

3.     Bid Openings
4.     Public Hearings
5.     Accounts, Claims and Bills Not Approved in the Consent Agenda
6.     Ordinances
7.     Petitions, Communications and Remonstrance’s
       1.      Permian Basin Acquisition Fund; Offer to Purchase Minerals

Koeser said they are looking for a little less than 20 acres and are offering to buy the minerals for $1600
per acre.

MOTION BY BEKKEDAHL, 2ND BY BOGAR, to reject the offer to purchase minerals from
Permian Basin Acquisition.

Bekkedahl clarified the reason for the rejection in that Permian Basin Acquisition is offering $1600 per
acre for a total of $27,946.
AYE: Klug, Lawson, Bogar, Bekkedahl, Koeser
NAY: None
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING:
CARRIED: 5-0

       2.      Park Request to Form Sales Tax Committee

Bruce Kaiser, Vice President of the Williston Park Board, thanked the Board for the opportunity to speak
with them.

Kaiser states that the Park District is in need of improvements. The goal is to continue to improve the
quality of life for citizens of Williston, Williams County and the surrounding area. The Park Board is
requesting the commission Board form a sales tax committee to investigate, research and offer a place on
the 2010 June Ballot for the public to vote on a one-percent sales tax for the City of Williston. The funds
generated from this sales tax will be used for the park for general operations, capital improvements,
equipment reserve fund and a potential grant program. The Park District is asking that the one-percent
sales tax be implemented if the ballot item would be passed by the public “after” the Williston School
Districts one-percent comes off the books.

Koeser asked Kautzman to explain the process the Park District must go through to get the sales tax
funds. Kautzman stated that the State law requires the Park District to get sales dollars, as does the
School Districts through the City. There are State Statues that control this along with that the State Tax
Department doesn’t want to deal with multiple entities. This way the Park District needs to approach the
Board to request putting this issue on the ballot for the public to vote on.

Kautzman asked if the Park District is talking about the June ballot because the Charter Committee will
need time to put this together and would the Park District be opposed to waiting until the November
ballot, Kaiser said no.
City Commission Meeting                                 10                                     January 26, 2010

Bekkedahl stated that the original school sales tax was scheduled for a 15-year maximum levy but if they
accrue enough funds before that the City can discontinue that tax and if the public votes can go to the Park
District. Bekkedahl goes on to say that because of the increase of monies from the increase and from the
original projections paying it off in 2010, 2011 or 2012 would be ahead of the original 15-year plan
timeframe for that tax to expire.

Sue Evans states that she spoke with a representative of American State Bank and it is not projected to be
paid off until late 2011 or early 2012.

Glen Granrud suggested that the Board not grant the sales tax to the Park District. Granrud states that the
one-percent sales tax equals $2.2 million a year and they are asking for a 10-year levy which could
amount to approximately $30 million. Granrud states that the Park Board is asking for oil impact money
which he feels would be better than the sales tax money.

Darin Krueger, Director of Parks and Recreation, wants to clarify the oil impact tax that they are pursuing
but it has to go through legislation next year and they will be dealing with the 17 other Parks and
Recreation Districts county wide.

Klug asked if the one-percent sales tax passes what are the projections on how it will affect the residential
property owners of Williston, Kaiser states that at this time they are still forming a Citizen’s of Williston
Committee to design the program and he doesn’t have all the numbers, but at the present time they are
projecting if the one-percent passes they will no longer have to do the full mill levy that is currently being
done which is at 8% of the tax dollars of Williston. This will eliminate at least 5% of that, the reason they
cannot eliminate them all is research has shown that State laws on the mills needed to keep for retirement
and insurance. Kaiser stated that he would like to do away with the 8%.

Koeser asked if the committee is appointed and it goes to the vote of the people is the Park District
willing in the ballot language to talk about reducing mills, Kaiser said yes. Kaiser states that if they get
the sales tax it would give the Park District approximately $1 million a year more than what they have
now. Kaiser says they would be able to “play catch-up”. If you look at the Parks and Rec and
infrastructure of Williston it “sucks”. There has been no money for any improvements and they have only
been able to maintain what they have.

Kaiser commented that Community Builders is going to be building a new park and will look at the Park
District to maintain it.

Krueger said one of the proposals is to cut the general mills, which is 24 that amounts to $670,000 which
they would give back to the property tax and that number could even go higher. If the sales tax goes
through they could get the recreation center, outdoor pool and golf course free to the children of
Williston.

Klug asked as a Park Board member and business man is he comfortable on a sales tax fee to run the
program other than a mill levy that he know it will be, Kaiser said at this point and in the future
“certainly”. Kaiser said sales may drop but they are not going to drop to a point where it had in the past
and they could do business on the sales tax figures from five years ago, comfortably.

Rolfstad stated when the school had levied their tax to rebuild the schools, legislation said they couldn’t
do that anymore and are there other towns using that money for parks, Kaiser said he believes Dickinson
City Commission Meeting                                 11                                   January 26, 2010

is. Their facility is supported by sales tax dollars and mineral wells.

Granrud states that $670,000 in property tax with a current number of $2.2 million is over $1.5 million a
year which the Park District could do a lot of maintenance for that but they are also asking for grant
money and talking about a 10-year span and feels this isn’t the right way to do it.

Krueger explained the grant program and one of the things they are talking about is a community grant
fund. The Park District wants to help other areas to help with improvements such as play grounds and
match funds similar to the STAR Fund.

Evens commented that it appears it will turn into a free daycare and if the facility is free to the children
and asks if there are staffing issues, Krueger said there is plenty of staff for all the facilities.

Koeser stated he wanted to understand the process; Kautzman said their first step would be to appoint a
Charter Committee and the Committee would establish the charter that the tax would operate under and
work on the ballot language that would move forward to implement that. Koeser asked if the
Commission would have to approve the ballot language, Kautzman said the Charter and ballot language
would come back to the Commission and put it in front of the public.

Lawson asked if the Committee would put everything together and then come back to the Commission
again to be put on the ballot; Koeser said that is his understanding.

Koeser asked who will make up the Committee; Kautzman said the Committee will be appointed with a
combination of Park Board personnel, himself and outside citizens as was done with the School Districts.

MOTION BY BEKKEDAHL, 2ND BY BOGAR, to grant the Park District’s request to form a Sales
Tax Charter Review Committee and bring back information to the Commission as necessary and
allow the Mayor to appoint that Committee at the next meeting of the Commission.
AYE: Klug, Lawson, Bogar, Bekkedahl, Koeser
NAY: None
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING:
CARRIED: 5-0

       3.      Chelsey Volz – Housing Concerns


MOTION BY KLUG, 2ND BY LAWSON, to remove Chelsey Volz’s Housing concerns from the
agenda.
MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

8.     Report of Commissioners
       A.     President of the Board
       B.     Vice-President; Fire, Police, and Ambulance Commissioner
              1.     Resolution 10-__ Establishing Fees Pertaining to the Williston Fire Department
                     Ambulance Service

Lawson said these are rates by Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Medicare and Medicaid which is done every year.
Kautzman stated that Blue Cross/Blue Shield’s rates were raised by 4.5% and the City follows those rate
City Commission Meeting                                  12                                  January 26, 2010

increases.

MOTION BY LAWSON, 2ND BY BEKKEDAHL, to accept the Resolution No. 10-2 amending
Resolution No. 09-01 establishing fees pertaining to the Williston Fire Department Ambulance
Service.
AYE: Klug, Lawson, Bogar, Bekkedahl, Koeser
NAY: None
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING:
CARRIED: 5-0

       C.     Street and Improvement, Sanitation, Cemetery and Public Works Commissioner
       D.     Finance Commissioner
       E.     Water Works, Sewer, Airport, Building and Planning Commissioner
9.     Report of Department Heads
       A.     City Auditor
              1.      Semi-Annual Pledge Collateral

Kautzman stated that the Statue requires that twice a year he needs to show that there is adequate
coverage for funds in various banks and he is looking for a motion to approve the recap that has been
presented to the Commission and proving the collateral is in place.

MOTION BY BEKKEDAHL, 2ND BY LAWSON, to approve the Semi-Annual Review Pledge
Collateral as Presented to the Commission.
AYE: Klug, Lawson, Bogar, Bekkedahl, Koeser
NAY: None
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING:
CARRIED: 5-0

               2.         Early Call Golf Tax Increment District

Kautzman asked if the Commission would be comfortable with doing an early call on the Tax Increment
District. Kautzman states once January incremental monies were given to the City there will be sufficient
funds to do an early call. Kautzman spoke with the bonds people and they suggested doing a May 1st
bond call. If the Commission is comfortable with this Kautzman will communicate with the bond
attorney for the paperwork and he will present it to the Commission at a future meeting.

Koeser asked Kautzman to explain what an early call means. Kautzman states certain bond issues the
City has have dates of where an early meeting can be called to pay the rest of the funds off and principal
owed for all the bonds sold and in this case there will be roughly $279,000 of principal that would be paid
off early. If the early call isn’t done than the payoff for the principal wouldn’t be until 2017 of $41,000
plus interest.

MOTION BY BEKKEDAHL, 2ND BY KLUG, to allow the Auditor to process the Early Call on the
Golf Enterprises, L.L.P. Improvement District No. 2001-3.

Meiers asked what the value of the tax equates to now compared to what it was, Kautzman said $85,000 is
what was received this year but this won’t be all of it this is only Januarys payment. Meiers asked with
the improvements what is the valuation of the property before the improvements were made, Bekkedahl
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said at that time the taxing entities were giving under $4,000 a year off the property.

AYE: Klug, Lawson, Bogar, Bekkedahl, Koeser
NAY: None
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING:
CARRIED: 5-0

        B.     Attorney
        C.     Director of Public Works/City Engineer
               1.     Engineering Proposals

Meiers recommends tabling this item for further review. Meiers commented that this is the downtown
streetscape project.

MOTION BY LAWSON, 2ND BY BEKKEDAHL, to table this issue for further review.
MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY

Meiers states there are a number of projects that have been budgeted for this year that he will need
assistance with for the engineering design and construction. He asked for proposald from engineers and
local engineers such as Interstate, KLJ and AmeriTech-Ackerman-Estvold. Meiers states he asked for
budget purposes on their estimates. The following projects are ready to rebid.

       32nd Street – Will be overlaid and is estimated to cost $82,500 for the design engineering. KLJ
was retained for this project and to do Gaukler’s work on-site and the overlay. Meiers recommends
continuing to work with KLJ on this project.

       11th Avenue West & 24th Street West Water, Sewer, & Street – This project was bid last year but
not awarded. Meiers recommends using Ackerman-Estvold.

Bekkedahl asked Meiers which number needs to be considered or both the design and estimated
engineering, Meiers states both numbers.

       Waste Water Treatment Plant Study – Advanced Engineering has done most of the City’s water
and sewer and this will be the next big facility project. Meiers recommends Advanced Engineering.

        Municipal Landfill Leachate Control System – Meiers states Wench Associates gave a reasonable
price and Meiers recommends using their expertise for this project.

        East Industrial Lift Station Improvements – Meiers feels this one should be put on hold at this
time.

        Larson-Stang Alley, 16th Street West and 3rd Avenue West, 13th Street West Highland Drive –
These are the street construction project that have been budgeted. Meiers recommendation is to utilize
Interstate Engineering for 16th Street West and 3rd Avenue West, 13th Street West Highland Drive and
Akerman-Estvold-AmeriTech for the Larson-Stang Alley. These will be special assessed and a protest
hearing and notice will be sent out.
City Commission Meeting                               14                                     January 26, 2010

MOTION BY BEKKEDAHL, 2ND BY KLUG, to approve the recommendations of the Engineer on
the submittals on the cover page for the engineering firms and projects as listed.
AYE: Klug, Lawson, Bogar, Bekkedahl, Koeser
NAY: None
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING:
CARRIED: 5-0

               2.         Snow Route Ordinance

Meiers states there was a staff meeting regarding the Snow Route Ordinance. The Ordinance was
originally brought up in 1991 but was never implemented and Meiers would like to implement it now.
Meiers recapped the ordinance and policy.

Meiers commented that there was a recommendation to use signs with snowflakes on them and there are
two choices 1) 18x24 for $15 or 2) 24x30 for $22 per sign, but feels the larger signs would be best.

MOTION BY LAWSON, 2ND BY BOGAR, to present the Ordinance at the next meeting.
AYE: Klug, Lawson, Bogar, Bekkedahl, Koeser
NAY: None
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING:
CARRIED: 5-0

       D.      Fire Chief
       E.      Chief of Police
       F.      Building Official
       G.      City Planner
               1.     Final Plat for Nokota Ridge Addition Subdivision and vacating of Public
                      Right-of-Way(s) – Haan Development

Jarcik stated on January 25, 2010 the Planning and Zoning Commission reviewed the Final Plat for
Nokota Ridge Addition Subdivision and a vacation of public right-of-way(s) within the pat and to retain
an existing utility easement (22nd Avenue West). Purpose will be to provide three future apartment
buildings. No Development agreement is required with this proposal.

The recommendation is to authorize approval of the final plat for Nokota Ridge Addition, a
Rearrangement of Lot(s) 11R-60R, Block(s) 10 & 11, Pheasant Run First Addition, and a vacation of
public right-of-way(s), retaining a 30’ easement for the existing utilities, contingent on necessary survey
corrections.

MOTION BY LAWSON, 2ND BY KLUG, to approve the recommendation to authorize approval of
the final plat for Nokota Ridge Addition, a Rearrangement of Lot(s) 11R-60R, Block(s) 10 & 11,
Pheasant Run First Addition, and a vacation of public right-of-way(s), retaining a 30’ easement for
the existing utilities, contingent on necessary survey corrections.
AYE: Klug, Lawson, Bogar, Bekkedahl, Koeser
NAY: None
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING:
CARRIED: 5-0
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               2.         Review of Preliminary Final Plat for Trinity Rearrangement - Trinity Health

January 25, 2010 the Planning and Zoning Commission review the Final Plat for Trinity Rearrangement, a
Rearrangement of Lot(s) 2-4, & 9, Block 4, Sierra Summit and dedication of a 24’ alleyway. Purpose will be to
provide for a new medical facility. No development agreement is required with this proposal. The
recommendation is to authorize approval of the final plat for Trinity Rearrangement, a Rearrangement of Lot(s) 2-
4, & 9, Block 4, Sierra Summit and dedication of a 24’ alleyway, contingent on any finding from the opinion.

Jarcik states the City Attorney, Pete Furuseth, is recommending a title opinion with Lot 9 which is owned by the
First Baptist Church.

MOTION BY LAWSON, 2ND BY BOGAR, to approve the Final Plat for Trinity Rearrangement, a
Rearrangement of Lot(s) 2-4, & 9, Block 4, Sierra Summit and dedication of a 24’ alleyway,
contingent on any finding from the opinion and receiving a title opinion for Lot 9.
AYE: Klug, Lawson, Bogar, Bekkedahl, Koeser
NAY: None
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING:
CARRIED: 5-0

       H.      Economic Development
       I.      Airport
               1.      Engineering Agreement

Marburger stated Meiers has reviewed the agreement and the scope of services and estimated hours and
found everything to be appropriate. Marburger states there are a couple of items that needed to be
changed and KLJ is addressing those issues but the document wasn’t ready in time for the meeting.
Marburger recapped the agreement. Meiers recommendation is to authorize the Mayor to sign the
agreement after the City Attorney has reviewed the documents. Koeser asked Furuseth if he was
comfortable with that process, Furuseth said he is.

MOTION BY BOGAR, 2ND BY BEKKEDAHL, to approve the engineering agreement after the
City Attorney’s review.

Lawson informed Marburger of the last Commission meeting of the concerns of Great Lakes Airlines and
if he has had a chance to contact them, Marburger said he has contacted them and the Director of
Maintenance will be here Wednesday night. He will try and reach Doug Voss, Chairman of the Board
and major stockholder in Florida. Marburger is checking Voss’s schedule to see if it is possible for him to
come to Williston but Marburger’s concern is finding him a hotel room. Klug suggested contacting the
hotels and feels they would be willing to work with him in finding a room since this is such an important
issue.

Koeser stated that the plan will be to have representatives from Great Lakes Airlines at the next
Commission meeting.

AYE: Klug, Lawson, Bogar, Bekkedahl, Koeser
NAY: None
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING:
City Commission Meeting                                16                                    January 26, 2010

CARRIED: 5-0

       J.     Assessor
       K.     Convention and Visitor’s Bureau
10.    Appointments and Consultations with Officers
11.    Unfinished Business
       1.     Proposed Brigham Oil Lease

Bekkedahl stated there is language that fits the State Statues but the question is how to proceed with this
in response to their original bid from Brigham Land Management, which they have inquired about. The
Minerals Committee met last Thursday morning and again Tuesday morning to review the proposal. The
request to lease to Brigham Land Management is as follows: T.154 North-Range 101 West – Section 11:
NE/4, Section 11: SE/4, Section 11: NW/4, Section 11: SW/4, All Airport Property, and Section 10:
NE/4NE/4 Williams County, North Dakota. This is due to recommendations of the State Oil and Gas
Leasing Office that this is how the State does all their bidding is by quarters and if the City of Williston
agrees to this lease proposal it will have to be done by individual leases by quarters not sections.
Bekkedahl read a section off the handout given to the Commissioners informing them that it does comply
with State Statues 38-09-18. The original offer was for $450 per acre lease bonus 3/16 royalty with a
three year term, but the new lease option is $750 per acre lease bonus and 1/5 royalty and three year term.
It is the recommendation of the Committee to accept Brigham Land Management’s proposal.

Koeser asked Bekkedahl what the range he thinks is there, Bekkedahl commented it is believed to be
about 560 acres in the Airport Section 11 and 40 acres in Section 10 for a total of approximately 600
acres. The title search will be done by Brigham Land Management.

MOTION BY BEKKEDAHL, 2ND BY LAWSON, the City execute an Oil and Gas Lease with
Brigham Oil and Gas for Township 154 North-Range 101 West and separate Leases on Section 11:
NE/4, Section 11: SE/4, Section 11: NW/4, Section 11: SW/4, and Section 10: NE/4NE/4
encompassing approximately 600 acres between all the leases.

Klug asked why these aren’t being put up for bid and what is the rational behind not doing that.
Bekkedahl states part of that rational is this is a very generous offer for what is occurring out there now
and there are places where they are getting $1000 an acre but those are the exceptions.

Sue Evens asked if this was a cost free lease. Bekkedahl said this is at no expense to the City and the City
would gain 20% of the production sales regardless of the cost of the well would be.
AYE: Lawson, Bogar, Bekkedahl, Koeser
NAY: Klug
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING:
CARRIED: 4-0

       2.      WSI Safety Incentive Programs

Kautzman stated that Pat Allard was to be at the meeting but was unable to attend due to weather.
Kautzman would like to move forward in that Pat Allard would administer the safety program for the
City. Kautzman would like to contract with Pat Allard as long as the saving does not exceed whats in the
safety program.
City Commission Meeting                              17                                    January 26, 2010

Bekkedahl asked if there will be an agreement between the City and Pat Allard, Kautzman said that could
be done but the deadline is the end of January. Bekkedahl asked if Kautzman could ask for an extension,
Kautzman said he could try. Kautzman asked if the Commission could approve the contract subject to the
City Attorney’s review, Bekkedahl asked if it could be done in four days.

MOTION BY BEKKEDAHL, 2ND BY LAWSON, to participate in the WSI Safety Incentive
Program not to exceed expenditures of $13,722.25 for the program cost.
AYE: Klug, Lawson, Bogar, Bekkedahl, Koeser
NAY: None
ABSENT AND NOT VOTING:
CARRIED: 5-0

12.    New Business

Joe LaFave states he purchased property to build a motel. He would like to build a design center for
selling his homes and possibly building an office complex. LaFave states he has the STAR Fund in place
and a 5-year tax abatement and if he were to amend his project what does he need to bring to the table to
make the changes. Gooch-Egge said he will have to reapply for the tax abatement which is State required.
Rolfstad asked if the overall cost of the project would be higher, LaFave said yes much higher. LaFave
said he believes he is maximizing the interest buy down; Rolfstad said if that’s the case there isn’t
anything the STAR Fund would have to do.

13.    Executive Session
14.    Adjourn

MOTION BY LAWSON, 2ND BY BEKKEDAHL, to adjourn.

				
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