January 11, 2016 - City of Minot

January 11, 2016 - City of Minot

January 11, 2016 MINOT CITY COUNCIL – SCHEDULED MEETING – JANUARY 11, 2016 AT 6:30 P.M. ROLL CALL Members Present: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, He...

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January 11, 2016 MINOT CITY COUNCIL – SCHEDULED MEETING – JANUARY 11, 2016 AT 6:30 P.M. ROLL CALL Members Present: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento Members Absent: Connole, Pankow Mayor Barney presiding. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Mayor Barney led the City Council in the Pledge of Allegiance. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Alderman Hatlelid moved the minutes of the December 7, 2015 regular City Council meeting and the December 17, 2015 Special City Council meeting be approved. Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. APPROVAL OF BILLS – DECEMBER 2015 Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council approve the bills as listed for December 2015 in the amount of $24,768,647.08 and transfers, as follows: A-1 EVANS SEPTIC TANK SERVICE ABERLE, CHRIS ABSOLUTE COMFORT INC ACKERMAN ESTVOLD ACKERMAN ESTVOLD ACKERMAN ESTVOLD ACME TOOLS ACME TOOLS ACME TOOLS ACTIVE SPORTS ADVANCED BUSINESS METHODS ADVANCED BUSINESS METHODS ADVANCED BUSINESS METHODS ADVANCED ENGINEERING & ADVANCED WARNING LIGHTS ALL AMERICAN TROPHIES ALL AMERICAN TROPHIES ALL AMERICAN TROPHIES ALL SEASON ARENA AMANO MCGANN, INC AMAZON/GECRB AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSN. AMERICAN WELDING & GAS, INC. AMERIPRIDE AMERIPRIDE AMERIPRIDE AMERITAS LIFE INSURANCE CORP AMERITAS LIFE INSURANCE CORP APEX ENGINEERING GROUP APPLE TIME, INC AQUA-PURE INC ARNESON CONSTRUCTION ARROWHEAD ACE HARDWARE ARROWHEAD ACE HARDWARE ARROWHEAD ACE HARDWARE ARROWHEAD ACE HARDWARE ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT OF USA ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ASSURANT EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ASTECH AT&T AT&T AT&T AT&T ATOMIC TARP LLC ATTIC, THE

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December 2015 BROADWAY PRINTING COMPANY BROADWAY PRINTING COMPANY BROCKEY,M LANCE & OLSON, LAURA BROCKEY,M LANCE & OLSON, LAURA BROWN & SAENGER BROWN & SAENGER BROWN & SAENGER BROWN, AUSTIN BUREAU OF RECLAMATION BURGESS DETAILING BURLINGTON ELECTRIC BURNS, AUSTIN BURRESS ADVISORY GROUP BUTLER MACHINERY CO. BUTLER MACHINERY CO. BUTLER MACHINERY CO. BYE, DONNA C&C PLUMBING AND HEATING CAPITAL SCALES CARSWELL, PAMELA CARSWELL, PAMELA CARSWELL, PAMELA CASILLAS, ADAM CC STEEL INC CDM SMITH CDW GOVERNMENT INC. CDW GOVERNMENT INC. CDW GOVERNMENT INC. CENGAGE LEARNING/GALE CENGAGE LEARNING/GALE CENTRAL MACHINING&PUMP REPAIR CHAPPO, DEBBIE CHAPPO, DEBBIE CHIEF CHRISTOPHER A. CARLSON CHRISTOPHER A. CARLSON CHRISTOPHER A. CARLSON CHRYSALIS CONSULTING, LLC CHRYSALIS CONSULTING, LLC CHRYSALIS CONSULTING, LLC CIRCLE SANITATION CIRCLE SANITATION CITY OF MINOT CITY OF MINOT CLEAN HARBORS ENV. SERVICES CLUTE OFFICE EQUIP. INC. CNA SURETY COGDILL PROPERTIES & EQUIP COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & MINES COLONIAL LIFE PREMIUM PROCESSING COMBS, JENNIFER COMFORT INN, BISMARCK COMMUNITY AMBULANCE SERVICE COMPUTECH COMPUTER STORE COMPUTER STORE COMPUTER STORE COMPUTER STORE CONGREGATIONAL UNTIED CHURCH OF CHR COOKIES FOR YOU COOL FISH SERVICES, INC COOVER-CLARK & ASSOCIATES, INC COOVER-CLARK & ASSOCIATES, INC CPS, LTC. CRAFT BUILDERS, INC CRAFT BUILDERS, INC CREATIVE PRINTING CREATIVE PRODUCT SOURCE CROSS COUNTRY DELIVERY CUMMINS NPOWER, LLC CURT'S STARTER & ALT. SERVICE CURT'S STARTER & ALT. SERVICE CUSTOM TRUCK EQUIPMENT INC CYPRESS DEVELOPMENT CYPRESS DEVELOPMENT DACOTAH PAPER CO. DACOTAH PAPER CO. DAKOTA AFFORDABLE BUILDERS, HIRST DAKOTA AGRONOMY PARTNERS, LLC DAKOTA FENCE DAKOTA FENCE DAKOTA FENCE DAKOTA FIRE EXTINGUISHER DAKOTA FIRE EXTINGUISHER DAKOTA FIRE EXTINGUISHER DAKOTA FIRE EXTINGUISHER DAKOTA FLUID POWER, INC DAKOTA FLUID POWER, INC

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December 2015 FIRST WESTERN INSURANCE FIRST WESTERN INSURANCE FLADELAND, RICK FLADELAND, RICK FORMAN, MISTY & WILLIAMS, DION FRENCH, JOHN FRIENDS OF THE MINOT PUBLIC LIBRARY FRIENDS OF THE MINOT PUBLIC LIBRARY FRONTIER PRECISION FUNKE, LANDI FUSION AUTOMATION INC FUTURE BUILDERS G & P COMMERCIAL SALES G & P COMMERCIAL SALES G & P COMMERCIAL SALES GAFFANEYS GAFFANEYS GAFFANEYS GATES, BYRON GATES, TIM GAYDOS, ROBERT & TIFFANY GCR TIRE CENTERS GEFROH ELECTRIC GENERAL EQUIPMENT GENERAL EQUIPMENT GENERAL TRADING GENERAL TRADING GENERAL TRADING GENERAL TRADING GERDAU AMERISTEEL GERDAU AMERISTEEL GERDAU AMERISTEEL GERDAU AMERISTEEL GILLIG LLC GLICK, ARDEN OR KARI GLOCK STORE GOETTLE, SHANE C GOETTLE, SHANE C GOODMAN, DAVID GOODMAN, DAVID GOOSENECK IMPLEMENT GOOSENECK IMPLEMENT GOWAN, DAVE GRAHAM CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC GRAINGER GRAND FORKS FIRE EQUIPMENT GRAND FORKS POLICE DEPT GRAND INTERNATIONAL GRAND INTERNATIONAL GRANITE SPRINGS CO. GRANITE SPRINGS CO. GRATECH COMPANY GRAVEL PRODUCTS, INC. GRAVEL PRODUCTS, INC. GRAVEL PRODUCTS, INC. GRAVEL PRODUCTS, INC. GRAYBAR GRAYBAR GREAT PLAINS TECHNICAL SERVICES GREAT PLAINS TECHNICAL SERVICES GREENTREE DEVELOPMENT GREY HOUSE PUBLISHING GREY HOUSE PUBLISHING H&H TRUCKING HACH HACH HAIR, RICHARD HALSETH, CASSIDY HARLEYS HARLEYS HARLOW'S BUS SALES INC. HAUSER'S FARM SUPPLY HAWKINS, INC HAWKINS, INC HEDAHL'S INC HEDAHL'S INC HEDAHL'S INC HEIDE TRANSPORT HEMPHILL, CINDY HENDERSHOT, SETH HENDERSHOT, SETH HENDERSHOT, SETH HENNESSY, JESSE & CHRISTINA HEWLETT PACKARD COMPANY HEWLETT PACKARD COMPANY HEWLETT PACKARD COMPANY HIGH POINT NETWORKS, LLC HOFFMAN, RANDALL

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HOKANS, JOSH & CULHANE,BRITTANY HOKANS, JOSH & CULHANE,BRITTANY HOLIDAY INN HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES HOME OF ECONOMY HOME OF ECONOMY HOME OF ECONOMY HOME OF ECONOMY HOMESTEADERS RESTAURANT HOUSTON ENGINEERING, INC HOUSTON ENGINEERING, INC HOUSTON ENGINEERING, INC HUMPHREY, BARRY HYATT HOUSE MINOT HYATT HOUSE MINOT I. KEATINGS FURNITURE INC. IABTI ICC ICC IFORCE BIKES IHEARTMEDIA IMSA INDIGO SIGNWORKS, INC INDIGO SIGNWORKS, INC INDUSTRIAL CHEM LABS & SVCS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT INSIGHT TECHNOLOGIES, INC INSPECTION REFUNDS INTERNATIOANL CODE COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL, INC INTERNATIONAL CODE COUNCIL, INC INTERSTATE BATTERY SYSTEM INTERSTATE BATTERY SYSTEM INTERSTATE POWERCARE DALLAS IPMA-HR JAMESTOWN COMMUNICATIONS JANET DEMARAIS SEAWORTH, PC JEBOO, SUNIL JENSEN, TAYLOR JH MEDICAL SUPPLY JOHN BEAN TECHNOLOGIES JOHN T. JONES CONSTRUCTION CO JOHN T. JONES CONSTRUCTION CO JOHNSON CONTROLS JOHNSON, CHARLES JOHNSON, GREG JOHNSON, GREG JOHNSTONE SUPPLY JONASSON, DAN JUNDT, LISA JUNDT, LISA JUNDT, LISA K MART K MART K MART K MART KADRMAS, LEE & JACKSON (BISMARCK) KADRMAS, LEE & JACKSON (BISMARCK) KADRMAS, LEE & JACKSON (BISMARCK) KALIHER, PETE KELLER PAVING AND LANDSCAPING KELLER PAVING AND LANDSCAPING KIMBALL, MICHELLE KLS SPRINKLER SERVICE KLUG, JOHN KLUG, JOHN KOPP, TIMOTHY KPFF INC LAUDENSCHLAGER, ADAM LAUDENSCHLAGER, ADAM LAUDENSCHLAGER, ADAM LAWSON PRODUCTS, INC. LEADSONLINE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES, INC LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES, INC LENCO CONSTRUCTION LENCO CONSTRUCTION LEVEL UP BUILDER'S CONSTRUCTION LEXISNEXIS MATTHEW BENDER LEXISNEXIS MATTHEW BENDER LOWES GARDEN CENTER LOWES PRINTING, INC. LOWES PRINTING, INC. LTP LTP LYLES MOVING/D&K PACKING

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December 2015 M & S SHEET METAL, INC. M&T FIRE AND SAFETY INC MACS INC MACS INC MACS INC MADC MAGIC CITY GARAGE DOOR COMPANY MAGIC CITY GARAGE DOOR COMPANY MAGIC CITY GARAGE DOOR COMPANY MAIN ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION MAIN ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION MAIN ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION MAIN ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION MARCO, INC MARCO, INC MARKETPLACE FOODS MARSHALL & SWIFT MATERIAL TESTING MATTSON CONSTRUCTION MDU MDU MDU MDU MENARDS MENARDS MENARDS MENARDS MENARDS MERIT CONSTRUCTOIN MICKELSON, TODD MICKELSON, TODD MICKELSON, TODD MICROSOFT CORPORATION MIDSTATES WIRELESS, INC MIKKELSON, PAULA MINOT AUTO MINOT AUTO MINOT AUTO MINOT AUTO MINOT AUTOMOTIVE CENTER MINOT AUTOMOTIVE CENTER MINOT AUTOMOTIVE CENTER MINOT BOARD OF REALTORS MINOT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MINOT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MINOT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MINOT CITY AUDITOR MINOT CITY AUDITOR MINOT CITY AUDITOR MINOT CITY AUDITOR MINOT COMMISSION ON AGING MINOT CONVENTION&VISITORS BUR. MINOT CONVENTION&VISITORS BUR. MINOT CONVENTION&VISITORS BUR. MINOT DAILY NEWS MINOT DAILY NEWS MINOT DAILY NEWS MINOT ELECTRIC MINOT ELECTRIC MINOT ELECTRIC MINOT EMPLOYEE DONATIONS MINOT EMPLOYEE DONATIONS MINOT FIRE RELIEF ASSN. MINOT LUMBER MINOT LUMBER MINOT LUMBER MINOT PARK DISTRICT MINOT PARK DISTRICT MINOT PLUMBING&HEATING CO INC MINOT RESTAURANT SUPPLY MINOT RESTAURANT SUPPLY MINOT RESTAURANT SUPPLY MINOT STATE UNIVERSITY MINOT VETERINARY CLINIC MINOT WELDING COMPANY MINOT'S FINEST COLLISION CENTER MK BATTERY MN CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT CENTER MN CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT CENTER MN CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT CENTER MOODY'S INVESTORS SERVICE MOORE ENGINEERING, INC MOORE, MELANIE MORELLI'S DISTRIBUTING INC. MORELLI'S DISTRIBUTING INC. MORGAN PRINTING MOTION INDUSTRIES MOTION INDUSTRIES

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MOTION INDUSTRIES MOTOROLA MOUSE RIVER FIREMEN'S ASSN MOWBRAY & SONS MOWBRAY & SONS MOWBRAY & SONS MSU BASEBALL MURPHY MOTORS NEXT TO NEW, INC MURPHY, MIKE MURPHY, MITCHEL MUUS LUMBER MUUS LUMBER MUUS LUMBER MVTL LABORATORIES MVTL LABORATORIES MVTL LABORATORIES MWH AMERICAS, C/O HMJV A JOINT NAPA AUTO PARTS NAPA AUTO PARTS NAPA AUTO PARTS NAPA AUTO PARTS NATIONAL PAYMENT CORPORATION NBS CALIBRATIONS NBS CALIBRATIONS ND DEPT OF HEALTH ND DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION ND DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION ND DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION ND FIREFIGHTER'S ASSOCIATION ND ONE CALL, INC ND RECREATION & PARKS ASSN. ND RURAL WATER SYSTEMS ASSN ND STATE PLUMBING BOARD ND STATE RADIO COMM. ND WATER & POLLUTION CONTROL CONF ND WATER COALITION ND WATER USERS ASSN. NELSON RIPPLINGER SALES NELSON, PAULETTE NELSON, PAULETTE NELSON, PAULETTE NET TRANSCRIPTS NET TRANSCRIPTS NET TRANSCRIPTS NEWMAN OUTDOOR ADVERTISING NEWMAN TRAFFIC SIGNS NEWMAN TRAFFIC SIGNS NICOLAISEN, CLEO NOONCHESTER, DESARE NORTH COUNTRY MERCANTILE NORTH COUNTRY SPORTSWEAR NORTH DAKOTA HIGHWAY PATROL NORTH DAKOTA PORT SERVICES NORTH PRAIRIE RURAL WATER NORTH PRAIRIE RURAL WATER NORTHERN BRAKE NORTHERN BRAKE NORTHERN PLAINS CONTRACTING NORTHERN SAFETY TECHNOLOGY NORTHERN SAFETY TECHNOLOGY NORTHERN TESTING NORTHWEST TIRE AND RETREAD NORTHWEST TIRE AND RETREAD NORTHWEST TIRE AND RETREAD NORTHWEST TIRE AND RETREAD NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY CENTER O'DAY EQUIP. INC. ODNEY ADVERTISING OFFICE DEPOT OFFICE FURNITURE RESOURCES OFFICE MAX OFFICE MAX OFFICE MAX OFFICE MAX OK AUTOMOTIVE OK AUTOMOTIVE OLAF ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION OLSON, JACOB OLSON, JASON OLSON'S TOWING OLSON'S TOWING OLSON'S TOWING OLYMPIC SALES INC OMNI DISTRIBUTION,INC. ORANGE SAVINGS BANK OVERHEAD DOOR CO. OF MINOT PAINT & FLOOR STORE PAINT & FLOOR STORE

35.56 12242.25 25.00 8327.00 19980.00 83.00 1200.00 22400.00 189.00 590.00 199.14 72.49 241.52 1072.00 133.00 117.00 121826.20 912.16 716.68 1479.42 94.17 127.68 318.00 398.00 90.00 53.00 23.00 21.50 613.90 447.70 165.00 225.00 495.00 2400.00 225.00 1000.00 1200.00 435.00 42.19 47.16 84.69 1450.71 292.53 4199.76 1135.00 9710.28 9710.28 76.42 52.90 63.14 169.00 741.20 338113.29 49.30 71.86 6.62 39.95 83600.00 561.32 1005.14 350.00 28635.55 4610.63 8691.57 670.90 1500.00 1186.09 180.00 88.73 3575.00 1184.69 228.55 152.67 1101.17 36.70 10.65 761.25 24.00 3700.00 3788.00 2914.00 565.50 1027.10 4946.00 37236.20 100.00 350.00 300.00

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December 2015 PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY PETCO PETCO PETERSON, AARON PFEIFER, JOHN & JESZ, RENEE PFEIFER, JOHN & JESZ, RENEE PICTOMETRY INTERNATIONAL CORP PIETSCH AIRCRAFT RESTORATION & REPR PITNEY BOWES INC. PLAYTIME POLICE VENDOR POLICE VENDOR POLICE VENDOR POLICE VENDOR POLICE VENDOR POLICE VENDOR POLICE VENDOR POLICE VENDOR POSSEN, LACEY POST BOARD POST CONSTRUCTION COMPANY POSTMASTER POSTMASTER PRAIRIE SUPPLY PRAIRIE SUPPLY PRAIRIE SUPPLY PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION, INC. PREFERRED RESTAURANT GROUP PRINGLE & HERIGSTAD, P.C. PRIORITY DISPATCH PROCOLLECT PROQUEST PROQUEST PROVIDENT LIFE & ACC INS CO PROVIDENT LIFE & ACC INS CO PSYCHOLOGICAL RESOURCES PTS POWER PUBLIC FINANCIAL MGMT PUTNAM, SHEVONNE R & R INDUSTRIES, INC R & R PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT SALES RADISSON HOTEL BISMARCK RADISSON HOTEL FARGO RALPH'S PLUMBING RAZOR TRACKING INC RDO EQUIPMENT RDO EQUIPMENT RDO EQUIPMENT REAL TIME TRANSLATIONS, INC REAL TIME TRANSLATIONS, INC RECORDED BOOKS RECORDED BOOKS RECOVERY RESOURCES REED, GREGORY RENAISSANCE CONSTRUCTION RENFROW, DEBBIE RENFROW, DEBBIE RENFROW, DEBBIE RENFROW, JUSTIN RENFROW, JUSTIN RENFROW, JUSTIN RENSCH FARM STORE REPUBLIC PARKING SYSTEM RHI SUPPLY RHI SUPPLY RHI SUPPLY RICE LAKE CONSTRACTING CORP RICE LAKE CONSTRACTING CORP RMA ROBERT CHILD PLUMBING & HEATING ROLAC CONTRACTING RUELLE, TYLER RYAN GMC RYAN GMC S.J. LOUIS CONSTRUCTION SANITATION PRODUCTS SATHER, LONNIE SATROM TRAVEL SATROM TRAVEL SCHEELS SCHOCKS SAFE AND LOCK SERVICE SCHOCKS SAFE AND LOCK SERVICE SCHOCKS SAFE AND LOCK SERVICE SCHOCKS SAFE AND LOCK SERVICE SCHRIOCK, KERRY SCHWALBE, ANTHONY SEARS

1056.90 1236.70 135.49 50.98 640.00 2140.00 630.00 20388.00 18.41 1284.75 52584.50 30.00 5.00 70.00 25.00 20.00 100.00 30.00 481.00 20.82 1305.00 16500.00 76.00 21.00 689.44 328.45 368.72 123.40 1493.75 504.00 365.00 481.36 878.00 2754.08 735.90 735.90 220.00 5127.57 97906.73 100.00 799.29 862.50 80.10 169.00 823.53 1515.00 13836.04 3431.84 8586.13 167.00 28.50 264.80 104.60 213.31 632.50 161.00 1355.81 3467.48 1893.97 1680.00 936.08 1680.00 74.57 31751.97 53.95 510.23 44.19 491518.30 934044.76 382.00 35.00 440807.00 236.27 126.17 1687.50 225781.88 607.87 15.00 8667.02 1023.20 6751.34 538.02 236.75 30.00 23.90 590.00 115.50 1109.93

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SECURITY FENCE, INC. SECURITY PLUS SERTOMA CLUB OF MINOT SERVICE TRUCKS INTERNATIONAL SERVOCAL INSTRUMENTS INC SHAW - LUNDQUIST ASSOCIATES, INC SHAW - LUNDQUIST ASSOCIATES, INC SHOWCASES SHRM SIGN D'ZYN SIGNCAD SYSTEMS SIGNS TODAY, INC SKILL PATH, INC. SKILLPATH SEMINARS SKYPORT DEVELOPERS LLC SNAP ON TOOLS SOLTIS BUSINESS FORMS CO. SOURIS BASIN PLANNING COUNCIL SOURIS RIVER JOINT WATER RESOURCE SOURIS VALLEY UNITED WAY SPRINGHILL SUITES BY MARRIOTT SPX CORPORATION SRF CONSULTING GROUP SRF CONSULTING GROUP STAAB, LEE STAAB, LEE STANDING ROCK SANITATION SERVICE STANTEC CONSULTING SERVICES INC STANTEC CONSULTING SERVICES INC STAPLES STAPLES STAPLES STAPLES STAPLES STARKE, HILLARY & CLARK, ADAM STARKE, HILLARY & CLARK, ADAM STARKE, HILLARY & CLARK, ADAM STATE INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS STATE WATER COMMISSION STATE WATER COMMISSION STEIN CONSTRUCTION INC STEIN'S INC. STEIN'S INC. STEIN'S INC. STRATA CORPORATION STRATA CORPORATION STRATA CORPORATION STRATA CORPORATION STREICHER'S STREICHER'S SUNDHEIM, JESSICA SUNDHEIM, JUSTIN SUNDRE SAND & GRAVEL, INC. SUNGARD PUBLIC SECTOR SUNGARD PUBLIC SECTOR SUNRISE DELIVERY SWANSON & WARCUP, LTD SWANSTON EQUIPMENT COMPANY SWANSTON EQUIPMENT COMPANY SWANSTON EQUIPMENT COMPANY TEAM ELECTRONICS TEAM ELECTRONICS TEAM ELECTRONICS TEAM ELECTRONICS TEAM ELECTRONICS TEAMSIDELINE.COM TECH SALES CO TECTA AMERICA TECTA AMERICA TECTA AMERICA TENN CHILD SUPPORT TENN CHILD SUPPORT TENN CHILD SUPPORT TERMINAL SUPPLY CO. TERMINAL SUPPLY CO. TERNES, KEVIN THOMAS NAGEL THOMPSON, DWIGHT THOMSON REUTERS-WEST PAYMENT CENTER THORSRUD SUPPLY CO., INC. TILLEMA, LUKE TITAN MACHINERY TITAN MACHINERY TITAN MACHINERY TODD FERM CONSTRUCTION LLC TODD FERM CONSTRUCTION LLC TOLLEFSON'S TOM'S BACKHOE SERVICE

4989.13 529.94 800.00 461.64 600.00 616998.04 600872.35 55.70 190.00 27.00 1200.00 2724.00 623.00 361.80 763.75 1998.00 168.00 6627.02 186219.68 20.00 4062.80 211.84 28023.42 29672.10 .00 1777.59 34200.00 38779.28 37033.35 3843.77 .00 718.79 288.50 1176.07 .00 1510.00 630.00 433.83 31490.43 51635.97 73948.00 41.64 85.23 38.93 2356652.33 .00 118959.03 1198822.97 51.98 245.93 520.80 199.93 1303.78 99718.38 131.84 254.40 555.00 296.76 1275.00 374.06 289.95 .00 2014.65 260.00 6995.50 1099.00 520.25 13250.00 524.00 1000.00 92.30 92.30 92.30 88.19 42.17 24.50 924.00 53.59 565.56 1390.00 55.00 861.50 1034.65 335.94 4002.50 1592.00 4808.00 437720.63

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December 2015 TOM'S BACKHOE SERVICE TOO DARK TRACTOR SUPPLY COMPANY TRACTOR SUPPLY COMPANY TRACTOR SUPPLY COMPANY TRACTOR SUPPLY COMPANY TRAFFIC CONTROL CORPORATION TRAFFIC PARTS TRAFFICWARE TRANSPORTATION SECURITY CLEARINGHOU TRILLION AVIATION TRINITY HEALTH TRINITY HEALTH TRINITY MEDICAL GROUP TRUE VALUE MINOT TRUE VALUE MINOT U.S. DEPT OF THE TREASURY U.S. DEPT OF THE TREASURY U.S. DEPT OF THE TREASURY U.S. FOODSERVICE U.S. FOODSERVICE U.S. POST OFFICE U.S. POST OFFICE U.S. POST OFFICE U.S. POSTAL SERVICE UGPTI ULINE ULRICKSON, PAUL ULTRAMAX UNIFORM CENTER UNITED MAILING SERVICE UNITED MAILING SERVICE UNITED MAILING SERVICE UNITED STATES TREASURY UNITED STATES TREASURY UNITED STATES TREASURY UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMER UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMER UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMER UPS STORE #1423 URBAN, CHRISTOPHER & DEE USA BLUE BOOK USA BLUE BOOK UTILITY SYSTEMS OF AMERICA, INC VALLEY CITY FIRE DEPT CONV VALS CYCLERY VALS CYCLERY VARIDESK, LLC VEGAS MOTEL VERENDRYE ELECTRIC VERIZON VERIZON VERIZON VESSCO, INC VESSCO, INC VOELLER, DUSTIN VOLLMER, JENNA WAGNER CONSTRUCTION WAGNER CONSTRUCTION WAGNER CONSTRUCTION WAGNER CONSTRUCTION WAL MART WALTER, DERRICK WALTER, DERRICK WARD COUNTY NARCOTICS TASK FORCE WARD COUNTY NARCOTICS TASK FORCE WARD COUNTY RECORDER WARD COUNTY RECORDER WARD COUNTY WATER RESOURCE BRD WARD COUNTY WATER RESOURCE BRD WARD COUNTY WATER RESOURCE BRD WARREN, BRIAN WARWICK ALLERTON HOTEL CHICAGO WASTE NOT RECYCLING LLC

168232.50 110.00 1031.90 240.05 54.98 3.78 2580.80 585.00 4522.80 2000.00 2000.00 1122.35 130.00 7160.25 80.67 16.11 171.17 156.12 153.30 52.16 24.64 294.00 147.00 5000.00 225.00 305.00 260.44 872.02 4830.00 5136.17 483.07 293.73 420.84 125.00 125.00 125.00 19568.56 2278.22 18539.96 46.60 630.00 815.44 3678.36 3368.34 50.00 12.00 2296.98 1000.00 157.36 14469.60 476.71 993.85 476.71 4539.75 4539.75 814.00 6.90 2058444.00 26388.02 661044.88 428893.14 500.00 2800.00 2800.00 17381.07 17381.07 149.00 126.00 .00 60750.00 9477.00 30.25 1346.04 6379.20

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WASTE NOT RECYCLING LLC WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WATER ACCOUNT REFUNDS WEBSOFT DEVELOPERS, INC WEST RIVER STRIPING COMPANY WESTERN STEEL AND PLUMBING WESTERN STEEL AND PLUMBING WESTLIE FORD WESTLIE TRUCK CENTER WESTLIE TRUCK CENTER WESTLIE TRUCK CENTER WESTLIE TRUCK CENTER WILBUR-ELLIS CO WILO USA LLC WILSON, MICHAEL WINNELSON WINNELSON WINNELSON WIR3D ELECTRIC INC WOMACK, DONOVAN WORKFORCE SAFETY & INSURANCE WY & WESTERN SD CHAPTER APPRAISAL XEROX ZUCK, DARREN 1ST MINOT REALTY 102.9 KWGO-FM 3D SPECIALTIES INC. 3D SPECIALTIES INC. 3D SPECIALTIES INC. 55TH CROSSING PHASE 1 LLC 94.9 KTZU-FM TOTAL:

3704.40 1.26 15.78 22.11 160.59 7.87 10.00 359.87 .00 19.01 8.15 63.27 24.64 323.32 10.01 17.06 12.02 334.68 72.07 19.59 9.49 .29 5.62 11.97 12.02 .00 .00 .00 1.20 27.03 11.97 24.64 48.80 8.22 306.98 2.77 1537.50 16.36 24.17 4.44 46.90 46.90 46.90 4440.00 113606.16 368.57 108.96 99592.59 4383.14 567.82 6406.83 548.74 1220.59 7600.00 5.00 114.58 1992.11 30976.36 2401.20 144.00 250.00 975.00 1660.66 115.50 665.00 570.00 38263.21 8964.12 914.00 1482.50 798.00 $24,768,647.08

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January 11, 2016 Charge these funds: AUDITORIUM/RECREATION LIBRARY

$10,251.00 $3,990.00

GARBAGE COLLECTION

$21,274.42

LANDFILL

$30,171.00

WATER AND SEWER ACCOUNTING

$6,772.42

WATER SUPPLY

$61,993.67

REPLACEMENT

$2,743.50

WATER DISTRIBUTION

$37,655.42

SEWER

$23,643.58

STORM SEWER MTCE AIRPORT

$6,230.75 $15,798.75

CEMETERY

$2,174.83

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

$4,748.83

PARKING AUTHORITY PENSION

$376.25 $1,374.40

TOTAL TRANSFERRED

$229,198.82

ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS FEDERAL TAX WITHHOLDING (MONTH OF DECEMBER)

$

309,314.26

ND STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT (MONTH OF DECEMBER)

$

8,274.19

CELLULAR (MONTH OF DECEMBER)

$

INSURANCE (MONTH OF DECEMBER)

$

10,790.43

DEFERRED COMP (MONTH OF DECEMBER)

$

19,133.30

VERENDRYE ELECTRIC (MONTH OF DECEMBER)

$

30,963.98

XCEL ENERGY (MONTH OF DECEMBER)

$

61,982.39

BCBS (MONTH OF DECEMBER)

$

108,110.73

MASS MUTUAL

$

76,579.68

SALES TAX

$

0

STATE INCOME TAX

$

0

DEPARTMENT CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS

$

14,993.82

SRT

$

16,863.25

STOP PAYMENT CHECK #251862

$

25.00

0

Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none.

January 11, 2016 APPROVAL OF PAYROLL – DECEMBER 13, 2015 THROUGH DECEMBER 26, 2015 – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council approve the payroll for the period of December 13, 2015 through December 26, 2015 in the amount of $2,621,296.15. Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. PUBLIC HEARING – BUILDING RELOCATION – RICHARD WILSON – 2409 7TH AVE SW – APPROVED The City Council held a public hearing to consider the request from Richard Wilson to move a 1965 year built, 1,464 square foot single family residence from 606 Forest Rd to 2409 7th Ave SW also known as Napa Valley 16th Addition, Lot 4 subject to the following conditions: • • • • • • • • • • • • 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

A $10,000 completion bond must be posted with the City of Minot prior to issuance of any permits for this work. Building permits for all proposed construction. An approved foundation design in compliance with City of Minot building codes. The plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems must be brought into compliance with current code requirements of the City of Minot. All work at the new location must be in compliance with the City of Minot building codes and zoning ordinances. Egress windows must be installed in the basement and all sleeping rooms. Smoke detectors must be installed in the basement, in each bedroom, and in areas immediately outside bedrooms. There must be fire resistive wall and door between the house and attached garage. The exterior of the structure must be one consistent color or scheme of colors and relocation. Applicant must obtain all necessary permits, and coordinate all relocation activities with public utilities and traffic authorities. The property must be provided with proper drainage, and must be landscaped in a manner similar to surrounding properties. All work must begin within 30 days of issuance of moving and building permits and completed within ten months of start date and generally in accordance with the following schedule. Foundation complete within two months. Structure relocated within four months. Work required for code compliance complete within six months. All proposed construction and final clean up complete within ten months. City of Minot Zoning Ordinance, Section 23-1 states that “All off-street parking spaces and all driveways on private property leading to such parking areas shall be all-weather hard surface material. Acceptable surfacing materials include asphalt, concrete, brick, cement pavers or similar materials installed and maintained according to industry standards.”

Richard Wilson of 2204 24th Ave SW appeared before the Council. He stated he has listened to the protests made by citizens at the Committee meeting but believes the facts do not support the objections. The condition of the home meets the qualifications and the value of the home is within the proper range according to City Assessor’s opinion. Alderman Seymour questioned why he would want to move a house from one previously flooded area to another previously flooded area, to which he replied, it is his mother in law’s home and she wants to stay in that area. Upon questioning by Alderman Jantzer over whether or not Mr. Wilson owns the lot, he responded, without getting into financial details, he is in the process of purchasing it. Alderman Jantzer questioned if the purchase was contingent on approval of the building relocation, to which he replied, yes and his mother in law is in a hurry to get the process completed. Alderman Schuler asked if there would be a basement in the new location, to which Mr. Wilson responded there would be. Alderman Schuler showed concern about a basement in a previously flooded area specifically how that affects insurance rates and how feasible it is for an elderly woman. Sandra Larson of 600 24th St SW stated she is passionate about the area she lives in and wants her neighborhood to maintain its value and the caliber of house she lives around. She referred to the application from the assessor’s department, which stated three mains concerns in the proposed location of the property. The house in question is much older than the rest of the neighborhood. It was built

January 11, 2016 in 1965 whereas all of the other homes were built between 2006 and 2014. It has a two car garage but a majority of homes in the area have a three stall garage. The current assessment of the subject is $239,000 but the range of appraisals for the proposed location vary between $265,000 and $492,000. She concluded by saying there is too much of a difference and the house does not fit in the neighborhood. Joe Zieska of 505 25th St SW came forward to second the comments brought to the Council by Ms. Larson. He stated he has worked hard to find a nice home and the proposed house is not at the caliber of the rest of the neighborhood. He is worried the house will drop the value of the other homes and urged Council to consider their concerns. Pearl Gillespie of 2414 7th Ave SW also stated her concerns about the property value. She cited the assessor’s report which certifies the house is compatible with the area but would like more assurance that it will not decrease the value of other homes. Alderman Shomento called upon the City Assessor to respond to the citizen concerns. The City Assessor stated before the flood a house next to the subject sold for about twice the assessment of the subject. He stated he has not seen data to indicate the house proposed to be moved would decrease surrounding values. Alderman Seymour asked what they consider to be the age of the house to which the City Assessor stated that since the frame was built in 1965, it is a 1965 built house even though everything else was replaced after 2011. Joe Zieska asked what the average home price for the past four years was in his neighborhood. The City Assessor stated he would need a formal request but could do some research and find that information for him. Alderman Hatlelid moved the public hearing be closed and the building relocation from 606 Forest Road to 2409 7th Ave SW be approved. Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Olson, Shomento. nays: Berg, Miller, Schuler, Seymour. PUBLIC HEARING – RENAISSANCE ZONE- CONSIDER DELETING BLOCKS 18-23 – APPROVED The City Council held a public hearing to consider deleting proposed blocks 18-23 in the Renaissance Zone located within the City flood walls and adoption of the updated Development Plan. No one appeared in opposition. Whereupon Alderman Hatlelid moved the public hearing be closed and the item approved. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. PUBLIC HEARING – AMEND RENAISSANCE ZONE TO INCLUDE TWO ADDITIONAL BLOCKS – APPROVED The City Council held a public hearing to consider the adoption of two new blocks for the Renaissance Zone located at Block 1C and 2C and adoption of the updated Development Plan. No one appeared in opposition Whereupon Alderman Jantzer moved the public hearing be closed and the item approved. Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none.

PERSONAL APPEARANCES Shaun Sipma, of 920 4th Ave NW representing the MakeMinot Committee came before the Council. He stated they published an open letter to the City Council to suggest a compromise to their previous petition after taking into consideration some of the feedback from citizens. They still wish to encourage a competitive election with a vote at large rather than using the ward system. They wrote a resolution requesting a Council initiated change in form of government to a seven member modern council comprised of six elected at

January 11, 2016 large council members and a voting mayor. They also made a compromise on the timeframe and suggested the transition take approximately one year after voter approval. Josh Wolsky of 1340 S. Main St. stated he is responsible for the written communication for MakeMinot. They are asking for an endorsement of the petition process. He explained the history of the MakeMinot Committee and stated the citizens signed the petition to assert their right to choose whether it be the plan MakeMinot laid out or another idea. He stated they want a resolution on record that the Council will honor the petition process and hold a vote where the people can choose their form of local government. Shannon Straight of 913 2nd Ave SE appeared before the Council and stated the petition is not meant to be personal. They collected 2800 signatures in an effort to seek out Minot’s best interests. He said according to the City ordinance it is required to have a vote by the end of March. Once the election is held on March 1st, the City Council will have the authority to make changes to the form of government. He concluded by stating they want to hear a vote of support by Council to confirm that there will be an election of the people and the spirit of their petition will be considered. Scott Louser of 1718 Birch Place SW explained some of the changes they have decided on since the original petition last fall. They suggested a compromise to the timeframe to make the transition and increased their proposed number of Council members from five to seven. He stated the citizens need the chance to vote up or down on the changes. Alderman Miller addressed Mr. Sipma by asking if they could wait to get the results of the March 1st election before adopting resolutions on proposed changes. Mr. Sipma stated they are looking for assurance from Council to endorse the petition process, not necessarily their opinions on the petition itself. They want a guarantee their compromises will be pushed forward to an election. If they are given assurance that there will be an election that holds the same spirit as their petition, all 6 of the sponsors of the petition will withdrawal it from consideration. Allen Westereng of 905 11th Ave NE came forward to assert his discontent toward the current Council. He stated he wants aldermen he can talk to which are elected at large to represent him. Michael Carswell of 601 13th Ave NE stated he was not a supporter until the meeting on December 17th. He claimed the actions of the Council appear to be stonewalling the petition. There is a perception by the public that the Council is trying to preserve itself. Tyrone Langager of 1112 9th St SW stated he signed the petition because Council is too large. He emphasized it should be brought to the people to decide. Lianne Zeltinger of 422 17th St NW asked about the petition process. Since the original petition requested the change to five council members and now they are increasing it to seven, do they need to start over with a new petition? Mayor Barney replied that MakeMinot offered to withdrawl their petition if their new resolution is adopted with the proposed changes being Council initiated rather than petition initiated. Alderman Hatlelid asked the City Attorney for her interpretation of the proposed resolution. The City Attorney replied that it is referred to as a resolution of intent but the language used throughout the resolution has a more strict meaning. She continued by saying, at this time Council does not have the authority to initiate a change in the form of government to a modern Council. If the Home Rule Charter amendment passes then Council can initiate a change. At this point they can pass a motion of support but as the resolution is worded right now it would bind the Council to measures they do not have the authority to make. Alderman Lehner stated the Council may be too big but raised the question, what if the citizens want to keep the ward system? He asked the City Attorney if it is possible to offer different options on the ballot. He also questioned if by endorsing the resolution brought forward by MakeMinot, does it mean they cannot endorse a different system? The City Attorney stated she was not at the December 17th Special City Council meeting but understands that during the discussion with the Attorney General’s Office it was determined they could not have competing measures on the ballot at the same time. Alderman Hedberg asked the City attorney if they needed to act within 120 days of the petition. She explained City ordinance requires Council to take action by adopting an ordinance or resolution supporting the proposed petition within 60 days from the date the petition has been certified by the City Clerk, which in this case would be the end of January. She said, however, since the Council

January 11, 2016 does not currently have the power to adopt the requested changes, they would be creating an ineffective ordinance that would be put forward to the people for a vote. Mr. Wolsky stated that since the resolution is contingent upon the election on March 1st, they can change the language to show their intent rather than phrasing it in a binding manner. They are looking for a public show of support and want to protect the rights of the petition process. Alderman Lehner stated that he needs the endorsement of the City Attorney before approving the resolution put before them and since the wording is too strict would like to postpone approving the resolution until the February 1st meeting when they can have the resolution rephrased. Alderman Miller stated it was his understanding this was taken care of at the December 17th meeting, to which Mr. Wolsky replied that nothing was put on the record regarding the subsequent election after the proposed changes to the Home Rule Charter. The meeting in December addressed an election to take place on March 1st regarding amendments to the Home Rule Charter but now they are looking for something in writing stating their measure would be considered at the June Primary election. The Mayor voiced his support for the petition process and commended the MakeMinot group on accumulating 2800 signatures. He continued by saying the people deserve a chance to vote at the June election and assured them it will be on the ballot. He stated, it is clear this community would like to decrease the size of the Council and he can assure the public, without a resolution, that this will be brought forth for consideration. Alderman Lehner suggested making changes to the resolution to show support for the petition process without binding the Council to anything they are not authorized to do. Alderman Jantzer moved the City Council table the proposed resolution until the next meeting on February 1, 2016, in order to make the appropriate changes to the language that would be acceptable for the City Attorney. Motion seconded by Alderman Olson and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Shomento. nays: Schuler, Seymour The City Manager stated that he appreciates the professionalism of the MakeMinot group throughout this process and assured them, he will personally work with the City Attorney to make sure a resolution is brought before the Council at the next meeting that is acceptable to both parties. Shannon Straight made a brief announcement to show support for the Vista Volunteers who are committing a year of service to improving our community. He said they are going with the Chief Resilience Officer to Washington D.C. for meetings. Alderman Hatlelid requested a recess. Mayor Barney called a brief recess at 8:10pm. The meeting reconvened at 8:13 with the following roll call vote: Berg, Frantsvog, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. absent: Connole, Frey, Jantzer, Pankow

MAYOR’S REPORT The Mayor stated there were a couple of employee’s who recently retired including JD Karhoff from the Airport, Carleen Larson from the IT department and Fire Chief Craven. He said they had a meeting with Senator Hoeven regarding an update on flood protection which was included in the spending bill and met with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to discuss a start to the project. Aldermen Jantzer and Frey returned at 8:15 The Mayor then asked Police Chief Olson to come forward to present an award for exceptional performance of duty to Erik Laudenschlager and K-9 Lois for their excellent achievement as first responders. CITY MANAGER REPORT

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The City Manager briefly reviewed each of the City departments. He stated the water treatment plant flood protection began construction, the Public Works building expansion is progressing nicely. The first of the parking structures should be completed February 11th with the second finishing up in April. Afterwards they will begin commercial construction on the upper levels. There were issues with the 6th St Underpass which has delayed progress but they are being resolved. He stated Police calls are up by 32% with a minimal increase in staff and commended them on their excellent work. The Assessor’s office is continuing their 2016 assessments. The Airport is 95% completed and they are preparing for an open house on February 20th. The Resilience Americorps staff is working with the Chief Resilience Officer and they are about to head to Washington D.C. Chief Craven recently retired from the Fire Department and Chief Kelly Flermoen has taken over. He concluded by stating he will be working on developing a guide to outline Council, Committee and Commission procedures. CITY ATTORNEY REPORT No Report MADC- INTEREST BUYDOWN OF DEBT FOR MINOT DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS – WITHDRAWN FINAL PAYMENTS – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council approve the following requests for final payment: a b c. d. e. f. g. h.

Utility Systems of America, Inc. in the amount of $3,368.34 for the Puppy Dog Phase 6- Inverted Syphon (3020.5) Wagner Construction in the amount of $428,893.14 for the 14th Ave, 16th Ave, 46th St. Reconstruction (3873.1) Wagner Construction in the amount of $370,401.99 for the 55th Crossing West Street and Utility Improvements Project (3913) Keller Paving in the amount of $433,983.14 for Paving District 494 (3982) Dig It Up in the amount of $133,766.89 for 2016 Flood Control Demolition Project Dig It Up in the amount of $260,228.35 for 2015 Flood Repairs #2 (3992) Main Electric Construction Inc. in the amount of $3,513.75 for the Library Hazard Mitigation (LIB016) C&C Plumbing & Heating, LLP in the amount of $5,000.01 for the Library Boiler/Humidifier Project (LIB013)

Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none.

ORDINANCE NO. 5036– AMEND THE 2015 ANNUAL BUDGET- FIRE DEPARTMENT- FIRST READING – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5036 on first reading, amending the 2015 annual budget to increase the Fire Department budget for funds spent using corresponding insurance rebate revenues. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried unanimously. Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5036 on first reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ORDINANCE NO. 5037– AMEND THE 2015 ANNUAL BUDGET- INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CONTRACT AGREEMENTS (PD0025) - FIRST READING – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5037 on first reading, amending the 2015 annual budget to increase revenues and expenditures in the Information Technology contract agreements account for the New World Software upgrade and decrease the capital equipment fund revenues and expenditures. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried unanimously.

January 11, 2016 Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5037 on first reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ORDINANCE NO. 5038– AMEND THE 2015 ANNUAL BUDGET- FLOOD CONTROL CAPITAL PROJECTS - FIRST READING – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5038 on first reading, amending the 2015 annual budget to create a Flood Control Capital Projects Fund and decrease the Sales Tax Flood Control fund revenue and expenditures for the flood control environmental, permitting, and design engineering phases 1-3. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried unanimously. Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5038 on first reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ORDINANCE NO. 5039– AMEND THE 2016 ANNUAL BUDGET- FLOOD CONTROL CAPITAL PROJECTS - FIRST READING – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5039 on first reading, amending the 2016 annual budget to create a Flood Control Capital Projects Fund and decrease the Sales Tax Flood Control fund revenue and expenditures for the flood control environmental, permitting, and design engineering phases 1-3. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried unanimously. Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5039 on first reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. RESOLUTION NO. 3469 – CREATING PAVING DISTRICT 495 – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council adopt resolution no. 3469 creating Paving District 495. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. RESOLUTION NO. 3470 – DIRECTING THE PREPARATION OF THE ENGINEER’S REPORT FOR PAVING DISTRICT 495 – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council adopt resolution no. 3470 directing the preparation of the engineer’s report Paving District 495. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. RESOLUTION NO. 3471 – APPROVING THE ENGINEER’S REPORT FOR PAVING DISTRICT 495 – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council adopt resolution no. 3471 approving the engineer’s report for Paving District 495. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. RESOLUTION NO. 3472 – WAIVE THE RESOLUTION OF NECESSITY AND PUBLIC HEARING FOR PAVING DISTRICT 495 – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council adopt resolution no. 3472 to waive the resolution of necessity and public hearing for Paving District 495.

January 11, 2016 Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. RESOLUTION NO. 3473 – DIRECTING PREPARATION OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR PAVING DISTRICT 495 – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council adopt resolution no. 3473 directing the preparation of plans and specifications for Paving District 495. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ORDINANCE NO. 5040– AMEND THE 2015 ANNUAL BUDGET- OIL IMPACT GRANT, NARCOTICS TASK FORCE GRANT, 2015 ACCIDENT PROJECT (ACDT15, PD0058, PD0067)- FIRST READING – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5040 on first reading, amending the 2016 annual budget to increase revenues and expenditures in the oil impact grant- narcotics task force grant and the 2015 accident project. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried unanimously. Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5040 on first reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ORDINANCE NO. 5041– AMEND THE 2015 ANNUAL BUDGET- POLICE PATROL MAINTENANCE (PD0052) - FIRST READING – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5041 on first reading, amending the 2016 annual budget to increase the Equipment Purchases expenditures and revenues for the Oil Impact Grant and decrease the Police Patrol Maintenance revenues and expenditures for a capital purchase. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried unanimously. Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5041 on first reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. FORGIVENESS OF LAST YEAR OF CDBG-DR HOME REHABILITATION OBLIGATIONS- BENJAMIN AND NIKKI HICKMAN- 611 1ST ST SE – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the Council forgive the remaining amount owed on the promissory note, entered into by the Hickmans through the CDBG-DR Home Rehabilitation Program, when the Hickmans sell their home at 611 1st Street SE. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ORDINANCE NO. 5033 – NO PARKING ZONE ALONG 10TH AVE SE – SECOND READING – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5033 on second reading to restrict parking on the south side of 10th Avenue SE from 250’ west of 1st Street SE to the intersection of 1st Street SE and 10th Avenue SE; and add the Transit Bus Stop location approximately 180’ west of the intersection of 10th Avenue SE. Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried unanimously Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council pass ordinance 5033 on second reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none.

January 11, 2016 ORDINANCE NO. 5034 – NO PARKING ZONE ALONG NORTH SIDE OF 3RD AVE SW – SECOND READING – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5034 on second reading to restrict parking on the north side of 3rd Avenue SW in front of the Minot Auditorium for approximately 85’ feet on each side of the southwestern entrance and add the bus stop and loading/unloading zone on the north side of 3rd Avenue SW in front of the Minot Auditorium for approximately 85’ on each side of the southwestern entrance. Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried unanimously. Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council pass ordinance 5034 on second reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ORDINANCE NO. 5035 – AMENDING THE 2016 ANNUAL BUDGET- CHIEF RESILENCE OFFICER – SECOND READING – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5035 on second reading amending the 2016 annual budget to increase the City Manager Department salary & benefits and decrease the Planning Department salary and benefits for the Chief Resilience Officer position. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried unanimously. Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5035 on second reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none.

ORDINANCE NO. 4889 - REZONING TRESTLE RIDGE 3RD ADDITION, LOTS 1-4 – SECOND READING – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council place Ordinance No. 4889 on second reading, rezoning Trestle Ridge 3rd Addition, Lots 1-4 from AG (Agricultural) District to R1 (Single Family Residential) District. Motion seconded by Alderman Frantsvog and carried unanimously. Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council pass Ordinance No. 4889 on second reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Frantsvog and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none.

ORDINANCE NO. 5013 – SAUGSTAD ADDITION, LOTS 1 & 2 – SECOND READING – APPROVED Alderman Miller moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5013 on second reading to change the zone from AG (Agricultural) District to RA (Agricultural Residential) District on proposed Saugstad Addition, Lots 1 & 2 for the purpose of selling the property. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried unanimously. Finding of Facts: 1. The property is currently zoned AG. 2. Rezoning is required due to the proposed size of the subdivided lots. 3. Proposed subdivision meets all zoning regulation regulations. 4. Proposed zone change will remain consistent with use in the comprehensive plan. Conditions: 1. Prior to the issuance or any building permits a geotechnical report must be provided. 2. The location of any right-of-way access points be approved by the county engineer.

January 11, 2016 Alderman Miller moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5013 on second reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ORDINANCE NO. 5042– AMEND THE 2016 ANNUAL BUDGET- NORTH BROADWAY TREE REPLACEMENT- HESS GRANT - FIRST READING – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5042 on first reading, amending the 2016 annual budget to increase the planning operations supplies expenditures and use cash reserve funds from a grant awarded by Hess in 2015 to purchase trees to be planted on North Broadway. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried unanimously. Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5042 on first reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ORDINANCE NO. 5043– AMEND THE 2016 ANNUAL BUDGET- LIBRARY AND RECREATION FUNDS - FIRST READING – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5043 on first reading, amending the 2016 annual budget using second penny sales tax property relief to fund the Library and Recreation Departments as budgeted. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried unanimously. Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5043 on first reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Jantzer and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none.

SUBORDINATION AND STANDSTILL AGREEMENT- CYPRESS DEVELOPMENT – APPROVED Alderman Frantsvog moved the City Council approve the Subordination and Standstill Agreement as well as the Notice, Consent and Acknowledgement of Assignment documents from Cypress Development. Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner. The City Manager gave a brief explanation of the proposed documents. He stated, First National Bank of South Dakota is considering a $5.8M commercial loan to Steve Larson, Cypress Development, pending the City’s approval of the Subordination and Standstill Agreement as well as the Notice, Consent and Acknowledgement of Assignment. The City Manager explained the risk to the City is minimal and that by signing off on the documents, the City can ensure completion of the parking ramps. Whereupon a vote was taken on the above motion by Alderman Frantsvog, seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried by the following roll call vote: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. SW SEWER IMPROVEMENTS- STANTEC CONTRACT AMENDMENT (3561) – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council approve the request to amend the current contract with Stantec for the SW Sewer Improvements project by $15,000 and authorize the Mayor to sign the amendment. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. 37TH AVE RECONSTRUCTION- APPROVE PLANS AND SPECS AND CALL FOR BIDS (4070) – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council approve plans and specifications for the 37th Ave SW Reconstruction and authorize a call for bids.

January 11, 2016 Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. RESOLUTION NO. 3475- RESOLUTION OF INTENT 37TH AVE SW RECONSTRUCTION – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council adopt a resolution approving the use of general obligation bonds for the amount in excess of State surge funding for the 37th Ave Reconstruction project. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. OAK PARK BRIDGE REPLACEMENT- APPROVE PLANS AND SPECS AND CALL FOR BIDS (4032) – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council approve the plans and specifications for the Oak Park Bridge Replacement and authorize a call for bids. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. NDDOT RETROREFLECTIVE SIGNING IMPROVEMENTS (4172) – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council approve the CPM agreement with the NDDOT for retroreflective signing improvements and authorize the Mayor to sign the agreement. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. AWARD OF BID – PUMPER AND QUINT- FIRE DEPARTMENT (FD0035, FD0041) – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council accept the bid from Emergency One for a 78’ Quint and Pumper in the amount of $1,065,475 as the lowest and best bid and authorize the Mayor to sign the contracts. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. PURCHASE OF LAND- 416 3RD ST NW – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council approve the purchase of land at 416 3rd St NW and authorize the Public Works Director to sign any documents at closing. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ORDINANCE NO. 5044 – AMEND THE 2016 ANNUAL BUDGET- PURCHASE OF 416 3RD ST NW – FIRST READING – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5044 on first reading to increase the Water Plant expenditures for the purchase of a property located at 416 3rd St. NW. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried unanimously Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council pass ordinance 5044 on first reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. AWARD OF BID – 8TH ST WATER AND SEWER IMPROVEMENTS (4010.2) – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council award the bid to Vortex Drain Tiling for 8th St Water and Sewer Improvements for their low bid of $485,227.36.

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Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. MOORE ENGINEERING- FINAL CONTRACT AMENDMENT- PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE REPAIRS PHASE III (3512) – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council approve a contract amendment with Moore Engineering for the Pedestrian Bridge Repairs project to reallocate $5,841.56 from geotechnical work to construction services and authorize the mayor to sign the amendment. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. GENERAL WATER SYSTEM INFRASTRUCTURE, DESIGN, MODELING, AND CONSTRUCTION SERVICES RFQ – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid approve the selection of Houston Engineering Inc. to provide engineering services for the new NW water tower and NE transmission line project and further authorize the Public Works Director to negotiate a contract for engineering services for the projects and also authorize the Mayor to sign the contract on the City’s behalf once it is completed. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ST. JOSEPH’S COMMUNITY HEALTH FOUNDATION GRANT – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council ratify the application by the Minot Police Department and authorize acceptance if awarded St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation Grant. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. BUS ADVERTISING CONTRACT WITH JESSICA DECLERCQ, STATE FARM AGENT – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council approve the contract with Jessica Declercq to continue another year of advertising on a City of Minot Transit Bus. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ORDINANCE NO. 5026 – REZONING KEYES S/D LOTS A, B & N1/2 LOT C KEYES AMENDED PLAT, LOT 5, BLOCK 1 – SECOND READING – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5026 on second reading to change the zone from C2 (General Commercial) District to R1 (Single-Family Residential) District to bring home into compliance with residential zoning on Keyes S/D Lots A, B & N1/2 Lot C Keyes Amended Plat Lot 5, Block 1. Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried unanimously. This property is located at 900 42nd St SE. Condition: 1. The Future Land Use Map will need to be updated. Finding of Fact: 1. Subject property is zoned C2, General Commercial.

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The request to rezone would bring property into compliance with the R1, Single-Family District, but not in harmony with Future Land Use Plan. Section 30-5, Intent of land use and the required information for Planning Commission consideration of the zoning ordinance have been met.

Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5026 on second reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ORDINANCE NO. 5028- AMENDING THE MINOT ZONING CODE OF ORDINANCES – FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT – SECOND READING – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5028 on second reading Repealing and Reenacting, with Amendments, Chapter 20 (Flood Protection Requirements) of the City Of Minot Zoning Ordinance (Flood Plain Management). Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried unanimously. Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5028 on second reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none.

ORDINANCE NO. 5029- AMENDING THE MINOT ZONING CODE OF ORDINANCES – STORM WATER MANAGEMENT – SECOND READING – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5029 on second reading amending Chapter 28.1 (Storm Water Management) of the City of Minot Zoning Ordinance. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried unanimously. Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5029 on second reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ORDINANCE NO. 5030- AMENDING THE MINOT ZONING CODE OF ORDINANCES – DAYCARE FACILITIES – SECOND READING – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5030 on second reading amending Chapter 5-5 (c) of the City of Minot Zoning Ordinance for a Conditional Use Permit to raise the number of persons from 14 (fourteen) to 18 (eighteen) in a daycare facility in an R1 (Single-Family) and all residential Districts. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried unanimously. Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5030 on second reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. ORDINANCE NO. 5031– AMEND THE 2015 ANNUAL BUDGET- BODY WORN CAMERA SYSTEM (PD0084) - SECOND READING – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5031 on second reading, amending the 2015 annual budget to move the purchase of a computer server from the Capital Equipment Purchases account- Police to the Police Patrol Operation Supplies account. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried unanimously. Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5031 on second reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Pankow, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none.

January 11, 2016 ORDINANCE NO. 5032– AMEND THE 2016 ANNUAL BUDGET- RECREATION DEPARTMENT - SECOND READING – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council place ordinance no. 5032 on second reading, amending the 2016 annual budget to increase the recreation department maintenance of building and grounds expenditures and revenues for recreation, tennis center, and auditorium maintenance and approve the transfer of funds from sales tax improvements to recreation department. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried unanimously. Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council pass ordinance no. 5032 on second reading. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Pankow, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. HILLCREST DRIVE RETAINING WALL REPORT (4088) – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council authorize the design and construction of the Hillcrest Drive retaining wall and utility improvements, and authorize a contract with KLJ for design and construction engineering services. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. RESOLUTION NO. 3474- HILLCREST DRIVE RETAINING WALL CONSTRUCTION & UTILITY REPLACEMENT (4088) – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council adopt resolution no. 3474, authorizing the use of general obligation and water and sewer revenue bonds for the improvements of the Hillcrest Drive Retaining Wall Construction and Utility Replacement. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. BUS ADVERTISING CONTRACT- LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES OF ND (3687) – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council approve a request from Lutheran Social Services to advertise on a City of Minot Transit Bus for the period of January 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Pankow, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none BUS ADVERTISING CONTRACT- ZZ FOOD GROUP- J.L. BEERS – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council approve a request by ZZ Food Group dba J.L. Beers to advertise on a City of Minot Transit Bus for the period of January 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016. Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. AWARD OF BID – ELECTRIC SCISSOR LIFT (AIR040) – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council award the bid for an electric scissor lift to OER Services in the amount of $22,464.20. Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. AGREEMENT FOR MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES- KLJ – APPROVED

January 11, 2016 Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council approve a miscellaneous professional services contract with KLJ not to exceed $25,000 in $5,000 increments for services rendered and authorize the Mayor to sign the agreement. Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. PROJECT CLOSEOUT AND PAYMENT- MINOT AERO CENTER HANGAR PROJECT – APPROVED Alderman Hatlelid moved the City Council accept the project closeout and approve final payment for Minot Aero Center Hangar Project and allow the Mayor to sign all final documents for this project which includes the final payment to Bechtold Paving in the amount of $1,298.57. Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none.

ADMINISTRATIVE APPROVALS – RATIFICATION Alderman Seymour moved the City Council ratify the following administratively approved requests for December 2015: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o.

10 North Main for a Special Event Permit on December 12, 2015 at 105 2nd Ave SE 10 North Main for a Special Event Permit on December 18, 2015 at 105 2nd Ave SE 10 North Main for a Special Event Permit on December 19, 2015 at 105 2nd Ave SE Dakota Cruisers to conduct a raffle at The Vegas Motel (2315 N. Broadway) on September 10, 2016 Knights of Columbus Council 9839 to conduct a raffle at Little Flower Church (800 University Ave W) on February 14, 2016 Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar for a Special Event held at 3015 16th St SW on December 9, 2015 5 AMXS Booster Club to conduct a raffle on December 12, 2015 at the Holiday Inn Riverside (2200 Burdick Expressway E) Souris Basin Longbeards to conduct a raffle on February 13, 2016 at the Grand Hotel (1505 N. Broadway) St. John The Apostle Church to conduct a raffle on January 24, 2016 at St. John’s Church (2600 W Central Ave) The Dakota Lounge for a Special Event Permit on December 15, 2015 at 1800 S. Broadway The City of Minot to conduct a raffle on December 11, 2015 at 1100 31st St SE Perkett Elementary School to conduct a raffle on February 5, 2016 at Perkett Elementary School (2000 5th Ave SW) The Capri Bar for a Special Event Permit on December 18, 2015 at 100 34th Ave NE Minot Bowling Association to conduct a raffle on February 17, 2016 at North Hill Bowl (1901 N. Broadway) Lewis and Clark PTA to conduct a raffle on January 29, 2016 at Lewis and Clark Elementary (2215 8th St NW)

Motion seconded by Alderman Schuler and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none. OTHER BUSINESS NAMING THE INSPECTORS, JUDGES, AND CLERKS AND ALSO NAMING THE POLLING SITE FOR THE MARCH 1, 2016 SPECIAL CITY ELECTION – APPROVED Alderman Miller moved the City Council approve the list of inspectors, judges and clerks and also approve the polling site for the March 1, 2016 Special City Election. Motion seconded by Alderman Frey and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Berg, Frantsvog, Frey, Hatlelid, Hedberg, Jantzer, Lehner, Miller, Olson, Schuler, Seymour, Shomento. nays: none.

January 11, 2016 ADJOURNMENT There being no further business, Alderman Miller moved the City Council meeting be adjourned. Motion seconded by Alderman Lehner and carried unanimously. Meeting adjourned at 8:32 p.m.

ATTEST: _________________ Lisa Jundt, City Clerk

APPROVED: _____________________ Chuck Barney, Mayor