REGULAR MEETING OF CASS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS NOVEMBER 2, 2020 1.
REGULAR MEETING OF CASS COUNTY BOARD OF
NOVEMBER 2, 2020
1.MEETING CALLED TO ORDER
Chairman Chad M. Peterson called the meeting to order at 3:30 PM with all members present as follows: Rick Steen, Duane Breitling, and Chad M. Peterson in person; and Mary Scherling and Ken Pawluk via Microsoft Teams.
2.PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Heather Worden led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Mr. Steen moved and Mr. Breitling seconded that the minutes of the previous meeting be approved as written. Motion carried.
4.AGENDA, Order approved
Mr. Steen moved and Mr. Breitling seconded to approve the order of the agenda. Motion carried.
5.CONSENT AGENDA APPROVED
Mr. Steen moved and Mr. Breitling seconded to remove item g. regarding the appointment to the Kindred City Planning and Zoning Board from the extraterritorial area from the consent agenda until the residency of the applicant is clarified. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously.
Mr. Steen moved and Mr. Breitling seconded to approve the amended consent agenda as follows: On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously.
a.Authorize the finance director to offer two vehicles and a utility task vehicle (UTV) through the Public Surplus auction site with proceeds to go back into the General Fund.
b.Receive and file an Indemnity Bond on Lost Instrument for the Barnes County Clerk of Court; and authorize the County Finance Office to issue a duplicate check.
c.Approve omitted assessments according to notices sent to property owners by the Finance Office.
d.Authorize a budget adjustment in the amount of $5,100 for the Sheriff's Office to purchase a Marlon snowmobile sled deck to be installed on a pickup truck to haul snowmobiles during emergencies.
e.Authorize the chairman to sign purchase orders in the amount of $30,830 from Puklich Chevrolet for one half-ton pickup truck and in the amount of $6,630 from Wahpeton Fabrication for a snow pusher for the Highway Department.
f.Approve a calendar raffle permit for the Veterans Honor Flight of North Dakota/Minnesota to be held November 7, 2020, through November 6, 2021, at the Wild Rice Bar & Grill in Wild Rice, North Dakota; and approve a calendar raffle permit for the Rural Leadership North Dakota Alumni Association to be held January 1, 2021, through January 31, 2021, at the Kristi Schultz residence in Wheatland, North Dakota.
g.Authorize the chair to sign the updated federal aid program sheet for federal highway and bridge projects and authorize the county engineer to use $2.8 million in the 2021 Highway budget to pave Cass County Highways 5, 10 and 11.
-Casselton, Mapleton, Kindred, and Horace-renewal of police service agreements for 2021;
-Moore Engineering, Inc.-hydraulic study of culverts located along County Highway 2 in Sections 8/17 of Rochester Township.
Mr. Peterson asked for public comment and hearing none, moved on to the regular agenda items.
7.CASS COUNTY JOINT WATER RESOURCE DISTRICT, Requests approved to take immediate possession of necessary right of way for Metro Flood Diversion project
The role and responsibility of the Cass County Joint Water Resource District (CCJRWD) is to acquire property rights in Cass County needed for the Metro Flood Diversion project. The CCJWRD is asking to continue with the procedures laid out in North Dakota Century Code Section 61-16-1.09 for the commission to review whether the process was followed by the CCJWRD and grant them authorization to use quick take eminent domain for right of way easements.
Eric Dodds, Diversion Program Manager from AE2S, said a purchase agreement has been reached with OIN 5016 (Cheryl Evert Etal). He provided a brief overview of the process. AE2S manages acquisitions with different land firms also involved with the process. The first step to acquire a property is obtaining an appraisal.
Sean Fredricks, Attorney from Ohnstad Twichell who represents the CCJWRD, briefly discussed the statutory process for quick take eminent domain laid out in North Dakota Century Code Section 61-16-1.09. The commission is not responsible for appraisals or negotiations. The sole responsibility of the commission is to determine whether the CCJWRD has followed the statutory process as outlined in state law. It is not the role of the commission to act as the negotiator, to provide offers or to hear legal arguments. It will be the decision of the court to decide whether the appraisals are accurate or whether land is developable. Informational packets were prepared for each of the requests today providing proof that the process was followed.
OIN 227 228 (Martin Johnson)
Mr. Dodds said these properties are agricultural land located within the Diversion channel. The CCJWRD approved a counteroffer to purchase both properties in their entirety. Mr. Dodds said the purchase agreement is being reviewed by legal counsel for the owner. He expects the agreement will be signed but asked the board to move forward with the request in the event the purchase agreement is not signed.
Mrs. Scherling is recusing herself from voting on this item due to a possible conflict of interest since she and Mr. Johnson are county commission candidates in the upcoming election.
Mr. Breitling moved and Mr. Pawluk seconded to authorize the Cass County Joint Water Resource District to utilize quick take eminent domain under Section 61-16-1.09(2) of the North Dakota Century Code to take an easement for a right of way regarding OIN 227 (less Auditor's Lot 1) and OIN 228. Discussion: Mr. Steen asked for clarification to make sure he understands this request. He said one parcel was needed and the owner wanted to sell both parcels. As a result the CCJWRD accepted a counteroffer from the owner to purchase both parcels and to pay the per acre price requested by the owner for the land needed and the per acre price determined by the land agent for the CCJWRD on the land not needed for the project. Mr. Dodds said this is correct. On roll call vote, the motion carried with Mr. Breitling, Mr. Pawluk, Mr. Steen, and Mr. Peterson voting "Yes" and Mrs. Scherling abstaining.
OIN 525 (James and Doris Krogh)
Mr. Dodds said this property is agricultural land located within the Diversion channel. OINs 882, 886 and 8938 are also owned by the Krogh family. They want a land trade, which was denied by the CCJWRD. The Kroghs have obtained legal counsel, who is working with the CCJWRD to come up with an updated counteroffer of a land trade that may be acceptable to the CCJWRD. Representatives from the Krogh family were participating in the meeting online but did not wish to make any comments.
Mr. Steen moved and Mr. Breitling seconded to authorize the Cass County Joint Water Resource District to utilize quick take eminent domain under Section 61-16-1.09(2) of the North Dakota Century Code to take an easement for a right of way regarding OIN 525. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously.
OIN 882 8938 (James, Doris and Nancy Krogh)
Mr. Dodds said these parcels are agricultural land located within the Diversion channel. OINs 525 and 886 are also owned by the Krogh family.
Mr. Steen moved and Mr. Breitling seconded to authorize the Cass County Joint Water Resource District to utilize quick take eminent domain under Section 61-16-1.09(2) of the North Dakota Century Code to take an easement for a right of way regarding OINs 882 and 8938. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously.
OIN 886 (Doris and Nancy Krogh)
Mr. Dodds said this parcel is agricultural land located within the Diversion channel. OINs 525, 882 and 8938 are also owned by the Krogh family.
Mr. Steen moved and Mr. Breitling seconded to authorize the Cass County Joint Water Resource District to utilize quick take eminent domain under Section 61-16-1.09(2) of the North Dakota Century Code to take an easement for a right of way regarding OIN 886. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously.
OIN 747 751 5014 5015 5277 (Orton Perhus)
Mr. Dodds said these parcels are agricultural land with Southern Embankment Reach 1. Only a portion of the parcels are needed for the project. Formal offers of $7,000 per acre have been made to the owner, who may soon submit a counteroffer of $7,500 per acre. Any counteroffers from the owner will be forwarded to the CCJWRD for consideration.
Mr. Breitling moved and Mr. Steen seconded to authorize the Cass County Joint Water Resource District to utilize quick take eminent domain under Section 61-16-1.09(2) of the North Dakota Century Code to take an easement for a right of way and temporary easements regarding OINs 747, 751, 5014, 5015 and 5277. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously.
OIN 1169 1200 (Bruce Thue Living Trust Etal)
Mr. Dodds said these parcels are agricultural land located within the Diversion channel. Only a portion of the parcels are needed for the project. The owner is advocating for development land prices and submitted a counteroffer of $15,000 per acre, which was declined by the CCJWRD.
Mr. Steen moved and Mr. Breitling seconded to authorize the Cass County Joint Water Resource District to utilize quick take eminent domain under Section 61-16-1.09(2) of the North Dakota Century Code to take an easement for a right of way regarding OINs 1169 and 1200. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously.
8.JAIL, Contract approved with SecurePass for body scanner maintenance
Captain Andy Frobig, Jail Administrator, discussed a contract with SecurePass for maintenance and service on the radiologic body scanner at the Cass County Jail. The machine is no longer under warranty and the service agreement is $13,000 for one year. This cost was not budgeted for 2021. There was a North Dakota Administrative Rule that was under consideration earlier this year that would have made this equipment obsolete. The rule has since been tabled. Federal regulations require body scanning equipment to be inspected and maintained annually, so he recommends the contract be approved for one year. The cost will be billed to the county in quarterly installments of $3,250. If approved, the first payment would come out of the 2020 budget and there are sufficient funds to cover the cost.
Mr. Pawluk moved and Mrs. Scherling seconded to authorize a budget adjustment and approve a one-year contract with SecurePass for maintenance and service on the radiologic body scanner at the Cass County Jail. Discussion: Mr. Steen asked if a budget adjustment was needed. Sheriff Jesse Jahner said a budget adjustment is not needed for the $3,250 quarterly installment to be paid from the 2020 budget, but he would like a budget adjustment for 2021 to cover the remainder of the contract cost. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously.
9.ROAD DEPARTMENT, Energy Conservation Program grant approved for Highway Department lighting upgrades
Jason Benson, County Engineer, said the county received a grant for $22,047.50 as part of the Energy Conservation Program through the North Dakota Department of Commerce for lighting upgrades at the Highway Department. The 2021 remodeling budget for their department includes $25,000 for this project. The grant will provide dollar for dollar matching funds to be used for lighting upgrades in the office and shop areas at their facility.
Mr. Steen moved and Mr. Breitling seconded to authorize the chair to sign the Energy Conservation Program grant agreement for lighting upgrades at the Cass County Highway Department. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously.
10. TAX-FORFEITED PROPERTIES, Public hearing on appraisals
Michael Montplaisir, County Finance Director, said today is the date and time advertised for a public hearing on the appraisal of tax-forfeited properties. The values recommended for each property are fifty percent of the true and full value as set by the city or county assessor. The minimum value is the starting point for bidding on a property. Notices were sent to the cities and townships with properties on the list. The Finance Office is still trying to contact and work with owners to get the taxes paid. He anticipates several of the properties will be paid prior to the sale. The tax sale will be held on Tuesday, November 17, 2020, beginning at 10:00 AM.
The chairman opened the public hearing for comments and hearing none, closed the public hearing.
11. CORONAVIRUS UPDATE
Robert Wilson, County Administrator, provided an update on activities associated with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Sub-allocation of CARES Act funds
Mr. Wilson said the North Dakota Emergency Commission recently voted to increase Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding to local governments. A formula was used to determine the amount of dollars to be allocated for counties and cities for law enforcement services for March through September. The Emergency Commission extended the period through December of this year. Cass County is estimated to receive $8,500,174.66 in funds.
The City of Horace formally requested a share of CARES Act funds that Cass County received for expenses incurred related to COVID-19. Horace contracts with the county for police services provided by the Sheriff's Office. The state used a calculation of five months (March through September 2020) for licensed peace officer payroll expenses. Horace has requested $97,752.13 based on the value of the monthly contract of $13,964.59 paid for those five months. Mr. Wilson and Mr. Peterson met with Horace officials and are waiting on additional information from them.
Mr. Peterson said if the commission does this for one entity, it will need to do the same for all entities who contract with the county for police services. There are four cities that contract with the county.
Mr. Wilson said there has been significant discussion on the best method to use when determining sub-allocations to entities that contract with the county for police services. Mr. Steen said 71% of the Sheriff's Office budget is allocated to law enforcement salaries, and he recommends any sub-allocations provided to the cities be based on 71% of the contract amount paid to the county.
Mr. Steen asked about the total cost paid by cities that contract for county police services. Mr. Montplaisir provided contract revenue figures, which total $173,775 for 2020.
Mrs. Scherling asked if the county pays for supplies like personal protective equipment (PPE) for the law enforcement that police the cities. Sheriff Jesse Jahner said their department pays for any supplies and PPE and the cities covers the cost of salaries for the staff.
Mr. Pawluk thinks the dollars should be dedicated to expansion needs at the Cass County Jail. He thinks improvements at the facility should be decided at the next meeting. Mr. Wilson said a special Sheriff's Office rotational meeting will be held on November 16th to discuss this topic.
Mr. Wilson is encouraging remote work for as many employees as possible given the increase in cases. He is requesting authorization to spend $20,000 to purchase 10 surface tablets and associated equipment. Terry Schmaltz, Information Technology Director, reached out to department heads and asked what their computer needs are for additional staff to work remotely. This request is a result of the feedback Mr. Schmaltz received.
Mrs. Scherling moved and Mr. Pawluk seconded to authorize the purchase of 10 surface tablets and related equipment at a cost up to $20,000. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously.
COVID test results for county law enforcement
Sheriff Jahner discussed concerns with the length of time it has been taking to receive test results for jail staff. Currently eight staff are being paid overtime because other staff are awaiting test results and cannot work. He participated in a meeting earlier today with local officials on this topic. As a result, county law enforcement will be part of the Fargo Cass Public Health testing database so test results will be available more quickly. Saliva testing may also be another option. Mr. Peterson has been in contact with state and local health officials who have said the needs of the Sheriff's Office will be met.
12. FLOOD DIVERSION, Transfer of sales tax dollars authorized to City of Fargo
Mr. Montplaisir presented a request to transfer 94% of the flood sales tax dollars for October that are dedicated to the FM Metro Flood Diversion project to the City of Fargo.
Mr. Steen moved and Mr. Breitling seconded to authorize the County Finance Director to transfer $1,592,366.41 to the City of Fargo as the fiscal agent for the Metro Flood Diversion Authority. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously.
13. FLOOD CONTROL, State Water Commission reimbursement request approved
The state legislature approved a total of $450 million during the last three legislative sessions to be spent on flood control costs. For consideration today is the 108th request for eligible costs incurred from September 1, 2020, to September 30, 2020, for local matching share requirements outlined in House Bill 1020 for the Fargo-Moorhead Metropolitan Area Flood Risk Management Project.
The request is for land purchases for homeowners living in Diversion channel Phases II and III, Southern embankment, Red River Control structure, road raise on County Highway 81 and upstream mitigation; pay application for general landscaping and plantings along in-town flood walls; pay application for Phase B property structure mitigation; and utility relocation for OHB levee project.
Mr. Breitling moved and Mr. Steen seconded to authorize the chair to sign reimbursement request #108 in the amount of $824,088.63 to the State Water Commission to distribute funds to the Metro Flood Diversion Authority according to the terms and conditions of House Bill 1020. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously.
14. VOUCHERS, Approved
Mr. Steen moved and Mr. Breitling seconded to approve Voucher No. 321,783 through Voucher No. 321,930 and Electronic Payments 9092 through 9113 for a total of $1,104,984.66. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously.
15. MEETING UPDATES; STATE OF COUNTY ADDRESS; COUNTY NEWSLETTER, Committee reports
Commissioners and staff reported on meetings they attended or will be attending in the upcoming weeks.
Mr. Wilson discussed a State of the County address that will be held later this month. He proposed the dates of November 17-20 to hold the event and asked for commissioners to let him know their preference of what date they prefer.
Mr. Wilson said the Palavering, the county newsletter, has been redesigned with a new format by Catlin Solum, Public Information Coordinator who is now responsible for the newsletter.
16. CORRESPONDENCE, Received and filed
Mr. Pawluk moved and Mr. Steen seconded to receive and file correspondence outlined by the secretary as follows: Motion carried.
-Letter from the North Dakota Department of Transportation requesting comments on any environmental concerns with a proposed roadway improvement to install high tension cable guardrail down the center median on I-94 from Valley City to West Fargo (copy forwarded to county engineer).
On motion by Mr. Pawluk, seconded by Mr. Steen, and all in favor, the meeting was adjourned at 5:19 PM.
/s/ Michael Montplaisir
Cass County, North Dakota
/s/ Chad M. Peterson
Chad M. Peterson,
Cass County Board of
PAYMENT REGISTER 9092 AUTO VALUE 42.80 9093 BATTERIES AND BULBS 115.90 9094 BERT'S TRUCK EQUIPMENT OF MHD 122.46 9095 CITY OF ARGUSVILLE 101.12 9096 CODE 4 SERVICES 3,368.50 9097 CROWN TROPHY 46.50 9098 CURT'S LOCK & KEY SERVICE, INC. 696.25 9099 GLADEN CONSTRUCTION, INC. 124,759.90 9100 LUTHER FAMILY FORD 38.39 9101 MINNKOTA 119.70 9102 ND DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 825.00 9103 ND NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION 152.72 9104 O'DAY EQUIPMENT 388.85 9105 PROFESSIONAL BUILDING SERVICE, INC. 24,647.00 9106 RDO EQUIPMENT CO.-FARGO 300.12 9107 SCHUMACHER SE, LTD. 534.52 9108 TURNKEY CORRECTIONS 767.50 9109 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 28,599.50 9110 VALLEY VETERINARY CLINIC 1,848.50 9111 VIVID PRINTING 26.00 9112 WALKER'S LAWNCARE 24,506.80 9113 UNITED WAY OF CASS CLAY 1,382.00 321783 K & T INVESTMENTS 10.00 321784 KELLY SERVICES, INC. 900.00 321785 AARONS SALES & LEASE 29.00 321786 AARONS SALES & LEASE 41.50 321787 ACCOUNTS MANAGEMENT INC 29.00 321788 CARDENAS, JENNYFFER 49.00 321789 CASS COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OP 380.60 321790 KELLY SERVICES, INC. 4,032.00 321791 LU, HUI 54.00 321792 SANDSMARK, JAMES D 54.00 321793 XCEL ENERGY 13,802.21 321794 CASS COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OP 481.00 321795 CHARLSON & JORGENSON, P.A. 53.00 321796 MILLER, VERONICA 54.00 321797 OTTER TAIL POWER COMPANY 118.24 321798 SWATFAGER, LAWRENCE 98.56 321799 XCEL ENERGY 5,738.81 321800 ZIAH, ODEL 50.50 321801 ND MOTOR VEHICLE DIVISION 23.00 321802 ND POST BOARD 45.00 321803 THE SHOOTING PARK 700.00 321804 AMERICAN MAIL HOUSE, INC. 12,845.94 321805 CASS COUNTY JAIL 625.00 321806 HANSEN, LYDIA QUINN 65.00 321807 KLINNERT, GRETA PATRICIA 80.00 321808 SABO, PETE 59.00 321809 7 HORSESHOE BEND, LLC 46.50 321810 CAPITAL CREDIT UNION 21.50 321811 KOSIDOWSKI, KARI 119.03 321812 ODEGAARD, CARLA 366.85 321813 OWENS, DEBRA L 147.27 321814 SPHERION STAFFING 4,875.05 321815 THE TITLE COMPANY 152,087.50 321816 CASS COUNTY CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT 1,179.48 321817 CASS COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OP 2,160.75 321818 CINTAS 81.76 321819 HELMSTETLER, TANYA 104.65 321820 KELLY SERVICES, INC. 6,916.50 321821 KREKELBERG LAW FIRM 46.50 321822 MORRISSETTE, AJ 38.00 321823 OFORI, BRIANA 53.00 321824 AARONS SALES & LEASE 29.00 321825 GARCIA, SHERRY M 59.00 321826 HAWK, TRAVIS 39.00 321827 ISMAEL, SAHER MOHAMMED 31.50 321828 ANNA ROSE SULLIVAN PLLC 53.00 321829 ARCADIA - PARK VIEW LLC 54.00 321830 CASTLE, JESSE 319.00 321831 COMMUNITY LIVING SERVICES, INC. 805.69 321832 MIDDENDORF, ASHLEY MARIE 39.00 321833 MOON, MATTHEW 330.00 321834 PETERSON, CHAD 153.06 321835 ACME ELECTRIC COMPANIES 15.61 321836 ALERTUS TECHNOLOGIES LLC 20,435.00 321837 ALLSTATE PETERBILT OF FARGO 400.95 321838 AMERITRAK FLEET SOLUTIONS LLC 215.82 321839 ANY LAB TEST NOW FARGO 238.00 321840 BARKUS LAW FIRM, P.C. 2,966.25 321841 BORDER STATES ELECTRIC SUPPLY 681.89 321842 BOULGER FUNERAL HOME 7,750.00 321843 CASH-WA DISTRIBUTING 205.20 321844 CINTAS 5.05 321845 CITI LITES, INC. 18.50 321846 CITY OF FARGO 25,028.42 321847 CORWIN CHRYSLER DODGE 117.90 321848 DAKOTA FLUID POWER, INC. 69.68 321849 DAKOTALAND AUTOGLASS, INC-SF 49.99 321850 ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE, INC. 39,260.90 321851 ENCOMPASS FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES 7,871.04 321852 F-M AMBULANCE SERVICE 4,235.73 321853 F-M EXHAUST 345.66 321854 FACTORY MOTOR PARTS CO. 241.29 321855 FAMILY HEALTHCARE CENTER 5,971.00 321856 FARGO LINE-X 650.00 321857 FISCHER, KAITLIN 78.20 321858 FORUM 2,336.50 321859 FORUM 207.88 321860 FRANKLIN, CHRISTINA 100.00 321861 FRS INDUSTRIES, INC. 57.95 321862 GRAINGER, W.W. 155.60 321863 GRESS, JOE 82.50 321864 HAIDER, TERESA B. 525.00 321865 INDUSTRIAL BUILDERS, INC. 1,500.00 321866 J & J SPRAYING, LLP. 142,514.55 321867 JACK HENRY & ASSOCIATES INC. 250.00 321868 KIM, GISOOK "ABIGAIL" 924.00 321869 KRAMLICH, NICHOLAS 5.00 321870 LIFTOFF LLC 297.00 321871 LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES 137.50 321872 MARQUART, ANDREW S 441.00 321873 MCKESSON MEDICAL SURGICAL 717.05 321874 MENARDS 32.76 321875 MILLER, BRIANA 700.00 321876 MOTION INDUSTRIES, INC. 32.09 321877 MOUNTAIN PLAINS YOUTH SERVICES 5,000.00 321878 MUNICIPAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY OF THE 4,011.15 321879 NAPA AUTO PARTS 13.99 321880 ND PEACE OFFICERS ASSOC. 5,880.00 321881 NELSON INTERNATIONAL 497.05 321882 NEPSTAD OIL CO. 4,109.42 321883 NETCENTER TECHNOLOGIES 327.50 321884 NORTHERN ENGINE & SUPPLY 55.56 321885 NORTHERN IMPROVEMENT CO. 1,796.84 321886 NORTHSTAR SAFETY, INC. 46.95 321887 NORTHWEST TIRE INC 19.11 321888 OFF THE WALL ADVERTISING 101.28 321889 PIGUE, STACY 35.65 321890 PRECISION PRINTING OF MINNESOTA INC 215.00 321891 PRECISION TRANSPORATION INC 3,360.00 321892 PREMIUM WATERS, INC. 18.00 321893 PRODUCTIVITY PLUS ACCOUNT 124.00 321894 QUADIENT LEASING USA, INC. 306.00 321895 RDO TRUCK CENTER 170.52 321896 RED RIVER BASIN COMMISSION 65,597.26 321897 SANFORD HEALTHCARE ACCESSORIES 275.23 321898 SOKOLOFSKY, LAURA 700.00 321899 SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE, LLC 7,837.43 321900 TOTAL IMAGING 747.00 321901 TRADEMARK UNIFORMS 60.38 321902 VICTORY SUPPLY 2,247.10 321903 BUSS, KELSEY 112.22 321904 CASS COUNTY JAIL 630.00 321905 CONNOR, HEIDI MARIE 16.50 321906 FARGO-MOORHEAD SERTOMA CLUB 1,000.00 321907 MARTIN, JULIE 203.55 321908 NORTHERN TURF MANAGEMENT, INC. 85.00 321909 OLSON, LYNDSEY 327.75 321910 VERIZON WIRELESS 12,048.24 321911 XCEL ENERGY 810.77 321912 CASS COUNTY CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT 29.00 321913 CASS COUNTY FINANCE 5.87 321914 HEILMANN, LARRY JOSEPH 1,313.55 321915 HERNANDEZ, ANTONIO OR EDNA 1,224.50 321916 LU, HUI 49.00 321917 ND MOTOR VEHICLE DIVISION 5.00 321918 O'KEEFFE O'BRIEN LYSON & FOSS 250,370.93 321919 PETERSEN, DANIELLE OR BLAKE 92.52 321920 STENSGARD, DOUGLAS P 54.00 321921 URBAN INVESTMENTS LLC ETAL 35,526.35 321922 WENDLICK, MARILYN JEAN 49.00 321923 WEX BANK 1,007.68 321924 AR AUDIT 1,226.25 321925 CASS COUNTY DEPUTIES ASSOCIATION 208.50 321926 FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE 495.00 321927 MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO 60.62 321928 N.C. CHILD SUPPORT 499.00 321929 ND UNITED 1,148.00 321930 NDFOP STATE LODGE TREASURER 1,000.00 TOTAL 1,104,984.66
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