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REGULAR MEETING OF CASS COUNTY BOARD OF

REGULAR MEETING OF CASS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SEPTEMBER 6, 2022 1. MEETING CALLED TO ORDER Chairman Rick Steen called the meeting to order at 3:30 PM with all members present as follows: Rick Steen, Duane Breitling, Jim Kapitan, Mary Scherling, and Chad M. Peterson via Teams. 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Jodi Miller led the Pledge of Allegiance. 3. MINUTES APPROVED MOTION, passed Mrs. Scherling moved and Mr. Breitling seconded that the minutes of the previous meeting be approved as written. Motion carried. 4. AGENDA, Order approved AMENDED MOTION, passed Mr. Breitling moved and Mr. Kapitan seconded to authorize Commissioner Scherling to sign the letter of support from the MetroCOG Policy Board to the US Department of Transportation. Discussion: Mr. Steen said the amended item needs to be added to the consent agenda, not approved separately. Mr. Breitling and Mr. Kapitan agreed to amend the original motion to amend the order of the agenda and add item h. Authorize Commissioner Scherling to sign the MetroCOG letter of support. Motion carried. 5. CONSENT AGENDA APPROVED MOTION, passed Mrs. Scherling moved and Mr. Breitling seconded to approve the consent agenda as follows: On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously. a. Approve a raffle and raffle board permit for Dakota Southeast Chapter of Pheasants Forever, Inc. to be held on September 22, 2022 in the Hartl Ag Building at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds in West Fargo, North Dakota; Approve a calendar raffle permit for Northern Cass Booster Club to be held on February 1, 2023 to February 27, 2023 at Northern Cass School in Hunter, North Dakota; Retroactively approve a raffle permit for Northern Cass Football to be held on September 1, 2022 to October 27, 2022 at Northern Cass School in Hunter, North Dakota; Approve a calendar raffle permit for Chaffee Lions Club to be held on January 12, 2023 at St. Peter Lutheran Church in Leonard, North Dakota; Approve a raffle permit for Veterans Honor Flight of ND/MN to be held on September 6, 2022 to June 30, 2023 at Wild Rice Bar and Grill in Horace, North Dakota. b. Retroactively approve a special event permit for Downtown Tavern d/b/a The Boiler Room to serve alcoholic beverages on August 25, 2022, during the hours of 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM for Grand Farm Happy Hour at Grand Farm; 2549 124th Avenue South in Horace, North Dakota. c. Authorize the purchase of Jail chiller screen from Air Solution Company in the amount of $5,950.00. d. Approve 2023 Cass County Federal Aid Program and authorize Chair to sign the 2023 Federal Aid Program sheet. e. Move to adopt Gallagher’s recommendation for the Civilian Crime Analyst/Administrative Assistant in Records position at a B23. f. Authorize Cass County to serve as the fiscal agent on a grant application Youthworks is submitting pursuant to the Project Safe Neighborhoods initiative; and authorize the Finance Director to serve as Cass County’s official for this purpose. g. Authorize the Treasury Manager position as a C52 Step 5 and the Accounting Manager as a D61 Step 5, effective September 1, 2022. h. Authorize Commissioner Scherling to sign the MetroCOG letter of support. 6. PUBLIC COMMENT Mr. Steen asked for public comment and hearing none, moved on to the regular agenda items. 7. VISION ZERO OUTREACH COORDINATOR Jason Benson, County Engineer was present and introduced Leah Kelm, Vision Zero Outreach Coordinator to the Board. The Vision Zero Outreach position is funded through a fully reimbursable partnership with the North Dakota Association of Counties and the North Dakota Department of Transportation and was approved by the Board on November 1, 2021. Ms. Kelm said she is grateful to be the host in Cass County. She said the learning and opportunities are ongoing and she enjoys the involvement she has as the Vision Zero Outreach Coordinator in Cass County. Mrs. Scherling asked if there are any programs for education on winter driving. Ms. Kelm said American Automobile Association (AAA) offers education for winter drivers. Mr. Steen thanked Ms. Kelm for her passion and working with the children as the Outreach Coordinator in Cass County. 8. METRO FLOOD DIVERSION, Road updates Assistant County Engineer, Matthew Stamness was present and gave the Board an update on the Metro Flood Diversion Project as it relates to county roads and road closures. Mr. Stamness showed the Board a map that detailed current projects. He said County Road 18 and County Road 81 intersection should be complete in October. He said the southern embankment is complete and this is one of five embankment sections being completed. He said the Diversion inlet structure, Wild Rice structure, and the river structure have all began construction. He said the Metro Flood Diversion channel work has begun. He said site work and digging has begun further to the southwest especially building up for the embankment. Mrs. Scherling asked about Metro Flood Diversion channel work and how it will impact the farm to market roads. Mr. Stamness said at this point there are no road closures. He said drivers will have to use alternate roads when shifting is necessary. 9. ROAD, Purchase of concrete box culverts approved Mr. Benson said over the last two years the concrete box culvert suppliers have been bought out by larger companies and it has become more challenging to get culverts in North Dakota and western Minnesota. He said concrete box culverts have also become more expensive due to increases in material, fuel, and labor cost. He said the requested culverts are for five projects, two projects in Pontiac Township, one project in Gill Township, one project in Empire Township, and one project in Everest and Durbin Township. He said the process should begin with bidding projects this winter to help get manufacturing started this fall and have ready for construction next year. Mr. Benson is requesting authorization of the box culvert purchase. Mr. Steen asked when payment is due for the culverts. Mr. Benson said payment of the box culverts is due upon delivery of the culverts. MOTION, passed Mrs. Scherling moved and Mr. Kapitan seconded to authorize the chairperson to sign the purchase orders and quotes with Rinker Materials. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously. 10. ROAD, Highway Administration Office remodel architectural agreement approved County Administrator, Robert Wilson was present and discussed the Highway administration building architectural agreement with TL Stroh Architects. The Highway Administration office remodel was approved as part of the 2023 budget utilizing Building Fund dollars. Mr. Wilson said the total cost working with civil and structural engineering sub-contractors is $135,800 plus $4,000 in reimbursable expenses. Mr. Wilson is requesting the Board to consider moving forward with the project that was budgeted for 2023. He said this project was identified as a Building Fund project and the County has sufficient funding available to get the work started and with the current bidding climate will likely save money by initiating the work now as opposed to waiting until next year. MOTION, passed Mr. Breitling moved and Mrs. Scherling seconded to approve the architectural design proposal with TL Stroh Architects for the Highway Administration Building. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously. 11 .BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS, Xcel Energy rate information During the 2023 County Budget hearings the Board had questions about the cost-effectiveness of the County’s enrollment in a curtailment plan with Xcel Energy. Mr. Wilson said the plan allows the County to pay a lower rate for the natural gas and electricity used to heat and cool our buildings in exchange for the lower rate. He said Xcel Energy reserves the right to require the County to curtail or shut off our gas and use electric service during peak usage times. He said when curtailment occurs Cass County must utilize diesel-powered generators and boilers to provide heating and cooling which incur diesel fuel costs that would not otherwise be required. Mr. Wilson said Gene Gartner, Building and Grounds Supervisor has provided additional information on the Xcel Energy curtailment plan. He said Cass County has been enrolled in Xcel Energy’s curtailment program for years. He said prior to this past winter, 2008 was the last year Mr. Gartner remembers a significant number of curtailments and based on County financial records the information provided by Xcel Energy shows the savings to Cass County experiences by participating in the curtailment program significantly outweighs the costs. 12. HUMAN RESOURCES, Employee vision insurance benefit approved Mr. Wilson said the proposed 2023 County Budget includes funding for employee vision insurance. He said the benefit will be structured like dental insurance with the month premium for employee-only coverage paid by the County. He said the additional cost with spouse, children, or family plans would be the employee’s responsibility. The monthly premium that the County will pay for the employee is $7.30 per month with no cost to the employee. The monthly premium for the employee and spouse plan is $12.92 per month with the employee cost at $5.62 per month. The monthly premium for employee and children plan is $15.39 per month with the cost to the employee at $8.09. The monthly premium for the employee and family plan is $19.14 per month with the cost to the employee at $11.84. Mr. Wilson said based on the number of employees enrolled in dental insurance coverage it is estimated approximately 400 employees may enroll in the vision insurance benefit. He said based on this estimate the annual cost to Cass County will be approximately $35,000 and the 2023 budget includes $50,000 for vision insurance. Mrs. Scherling asked if Avesis has in network providers. Mr. Wilson said yes, he would say four out of five providers are in network. Mr. Breitling asked if the number of applicants would change the plan cost. Mr. Wilson said no, the plan cost will remain the same regardless of number of participants. MOTION, passed Mrs. Scherling moved and Mr. Breitling seconded to approve the contract with Avesis for employee vision insurance as presented. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously. 13. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR, Cass County video project approved Public Information Coordinator, Catlin Solum was present and discussed a proposal from Absolute Studios for a video production project. Mr. Solum said during a recent Strategic Planning meeting, it was stated that there was a need for more community outreach to explain what county government does. He said the Absolute Studios video will “tell our story” and highlight the services Cass County offers to residents. He said this video will also bring attention the rural communities in our County to show the variety of quality-of-life opportunities that are also available. He said the video will be mainly shared on our website and social media channels. Mr. Solum said he will work with Bob Henderson, Information Technology Director on the process of how it is shared on the internet. He said this proposal provides four phases and would be completed and ready for the 150th anniversary of Cass County which is October 27, 2023 and would roll out in September of 2023. MOTION, passed Mr. Peterson moved and Mr. Breitling seconded to approve the agreement with Absolute Studios for a video production project at the cost of $14,790.00. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously. 14. VOUCHERS, Approved MOTION, passed Mr. Peterson moved and Mr. Kapitan seconded to approve Voucher No. 332070 through Voucher No. 332319 and Electronic Payments 12563 through 12585 for a total of $2,029,046.97. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously. 15. MEETING UPDATES, Committee reports Commissioners and staff reported on meetings they have attended or will be attending in the upcoming weeks. 16. CORRESPONDENCE, Received and filed MOTION, passed Mrs. Scherling moved and Mr. Breitling seconded to receive and file correspondence outlined by the secretary as follows: Motion carried. Public notice of permit application from the US Army Corps of Engineers regarding a permit to construct the City of West Fargo Stockyards 1st Addition Development project, which would result in a permanent loss of approximately 6.14 acres of waters in the United States, including wetlands adjacent to the Sheyenne River. This notice is to inform interested parties of the proposed activity and solicit comments 17. ADJOURNMENT MOTION, passed On motion by Mr. Kapitan, seconded by Mrs. Scherling and all-in favor, the meeting was adjourned at 4:41 PM. ATTEST: Brandy Madrigga, County Finance Director Cass County, North Dakota APPROVED: Rick Steen, Chairman Cass County Board of Commissioners PAYMENT REGISTER 12563 RECORD KEEPERS, LLC. 1,300.00 12564 BATTERIES AND BULBS 41.66 12565 BUSINESS ESSENTIALS 574.29 12566 CODE 4 SERVICES 106.40 12567 CURT’S LOCK & KEY SERVICE, INC. 2.79 12568 GALLS LLC 16,184.61 12569 HEALTH CENTER PHARMACY 47,729.86 12570 HOBART SALES AND SERVICE 627.57 12571 INTERSTATE ALL BATTERY CENTER 127.22 12572 LUTHER FAMILY FORD 216.21 12573 MINNKOTA 408.16 12574 MOEN PORTABLE TOILET RENTAL 136.80 12575 O’DAY EQUIPMENT 247.09 12576 PPI CONSULTING 140.00 12577 RDO EQUIPMENT CO.-FARGO 13,432.93 12578 RECORD KEEPERS, LLC. 615.48 12579 SIR SPEEDY 207.18 12580 TURNKEY CORRECTIONS 593.06 12581 VALLEY VETERINARY CLINIC 2,500.00 12582 VILLAGE FAMILY SERVICE CENTER 1,192.50 12583 UNITED WAY OF CASS CLAY 729.00 12585 WELLS FARGO BANKS 110,423.98 332075 AARON’S SALES & LEASE 29.00 332076 AARON’S SALES & LEASE 39.00 332077 HODGE, ASHLEY ANN 41.50 332078 ND ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES 16,698.75 332079 PULKRABEK, ALISSA 81.25 332080 AARON’S SALES & LEASE 34.00 332081 AARON’S SALES & LEASE 34.00 332082 KING, RAYMOND 41.50 332083 SELL, DARLENE K 41.50 332084 VERIZON WIRELESS 13,838.55 332085 AARON’S SALES & LEASE 39.00 332086 AARON’S SALES & LEASE 29.00 332087 AARON’S SALES & LEASE 39.00 332088 BOTHUN, CHRISTOPHER OR WU, MEIMEI 1,982.22 332089 CITY OF WEST FARGO 1,322.50 332090 CZIOK, KATHY MARIE OR KJOS, GREGORY 474.66 332091 DIGGINS, ANGELA 34.00 332092 HAMES, HEATHER 331.20 332093 HINRICHS, SIDNEY L OR THELMA J 967.92 332094 HOGNESS, JAMES A OR MARISSA L 1,123.93 332095 RIGGS, ERICA JO 49.00 332096 SKALICKY, JASON R OR CASSIE JO 2,150.92 332097 TIMM, PETER OR CRYSTAL A 845.30 332098 XCEL ENERGY 950.92 332099 AARON’S SALES & LEASE 39.00 332100 BOHUI, ANGE 116.42 332101 CASS COUNTY JAIL 610.00 332102 CITY OF BUFFALO 103.79 332103 JASKOWSKI, MICHAEL 234.00 332104 JOHNSON, ALBERTHA 126.95 332105 JUSTIN KINGSLEY 41.50 332106 LOPEZ, JOSE TOMAS 34.00 332107 MUNICIPAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY OF THE 4,011.15 332108 ND DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES 4.00 332109 RAGUSE, ERICA 236.25 332110 RAKASOVIC, MIRJANA 41.50 332111 TRAVELERS 734.00 332112 ND PEACE OFFICERS ASSOC. 3,640.00 332113 ND PEACE OFFICERS ASSOC. 150.00 332114 CASS COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OP 783.21 332115 CHISHOLM LAW FIRM 49.00 332116 FOFANAH, ELLEN ZELEE 39.00 332117 SCHWEGEL, JESSICA DORIS 41.50 332118 ZACHARY GAGE JACKSON CHENZE 31.50 332119 ZACHARY RAYMOND SANDS 44.00 332120 AARON’S SALES & LEASE 44.00 332121 BOYER, SARA 375.82 332122 CASS COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OP 1,108.00 332123 CHMIEL, TIFFANY CHANEL 44.00 332124 FLATEN, JASMINE 510.36 332125 HOUSEMAN, LORI 198.44 332126 LU, HUI 44.00 332127 OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC DEFENDER 43.00 332128 OFORI, BRIANA NICOLE 48.00 332129 OTTER TAIL POWER COMPANY 142.44 332130 AARON’S SALES & LEASE 11.50 332131 BENGSON, MICHAEL ROBERT 41.50 332132 CASS COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OP 2,340.16 332133 T MARK KENNETH SCHISEL 11.50 332134 AMERICAN MAIL HOUSE, INC. 6,654.03 332135 COMFORT INN & SUITES 460.80 332136 AARON’S SALES & LEASE 34.00 332137 CASS COUNTY JAIL 645.00 332138 CITY OF FARGO 94.09 332139 DAVID JOHN BODNAR 41.50 332140 HIRCHERT, NICHOLAS 41.50 332141 HOUGHTON BRADFORD WHITTED PC, LLO 43.00 332142 LEGAL SERVICES OF NORTHWEST MINNESO 40.50 332143 LEGAL SERVICES OF NORTHWEST MINNESO 40.50 332144 VERIZON WIRELESS 368.55 332145 XCEL ENERGY 28,292.05 332146 AARON’S SALES & LEASE 39.00 332147 BOLL, ADAM 223.06 332148 CASS COUNTY CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT 29,724.39 332149 CASS COUNTY ELECTRIC CO-OP 222.00 332150 JOHNSON, KYLE 698.19 332151 NORTH DAKOTA HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY 133,027.61 332152 A & B BUSINESS SOLUTIONS, INC. 589.37 332153 ACCURATE CONTROLS 67,957.88 332154 ACME ELECTRIC COMPANIES 22.98 332155 AMERICAN ENGINEERING TESTING, INC. 52,847.31 332156 AMERICAN ENTERPRISES, INC. 10,842.50 332157 ANY LAB TEST NOW FARGO 200.00 332158 APEX ENGINEERING GROUP 248.00 332159 ARMSTRONG FORENSIC LABORATORY,INC 250.00 332160 ARNETT, CRAIG 3,400.00 332161 AUTO VALUE 393.94 332162 BARKUS LAW FIRM, P.C. 3,148.70 332163 BARNES COUNTY CORRECTIONAL CENTER 1,190.00 332164 BDT MECHANICAL LLC 620.21 332165 BEESEEN GEAR 237.53 332166 BORDER STATES PAVING, INC. 71,575.13 332167 BUDS SERVICE CENTER 994.64 332168 CHRISTIANSON’S BUS. FURNITURE 355.53 332169 CINTAS 6.22 332170 CITY OF FARGO 24,649.00 332171 COLE PAPERS, INC. 66.62 332172 CONCORDANCE HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS 324.76 332173 CONTINENTAL LIGHTING SUPPLY 571.50 332174 CORWIN CHRYSLER DODGE 2,549.76 332175 DACOTAH PAPER CO. 87.07 332176 DAKOTA CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER 8,937.50 332177 DAKOTALAND AUTOGLASS, INC-SF 49.99 332178 DEERY, CHRISTOPHER J 59.37 332179 EMPIRE FUNERAL SUPPLY INC 3,057.90 332180 EVERIST, JULIET 2,200.00 332181 EXCAVATING, INC. 90,287.25 332182 F-M AMBULANCE SERVICE 1,963.14 332183 FAMILY HEALTHCARE CENTER 5,971.00 332184 FARGO CASS PUBLIC HEALTH 180,573.92 332185 FARGO TRAILER CENTER 769.69 332186 FERGUSON WATERWORKS #2516 3,705.17 332187 FLEET PRIDE TRUCK AND TRAILER PARTS 1,625.00 332188 FRACASSI, PAUL 82.60 332189 FRANKLIN, CHRISTINA 200.00 332190 GATEWAY CHEVROLET 299.32 332191 GRAINGER, W.W. 1,297.94 332192 HALEY, JANTZE L 1,100.00 332193 HANSON, MISSY 234.49 332194 HEILMAN, CASIDY 7.68 332195 HIGH POINT NETWORKS 166,650.00 332196 HILTWEIN, RACHAEL 17.50 332197 HOPE ELECTRIC INC 220.51 332198 HOUSTON ENGINEERING 20,807.98 332199 HSO ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS, LLC 14,500.00 332200 INDUSTRIAL BUILDERS, INC. 7,625.00 332201 INTER OFFICE WORKSPACE FURNITURE 3,936.42 332202 INTERSTATE POWER SYSTEMS 289.08 332203 JACK HENRY & ASSOCIATES INC. 250.00 332204 JOHNSON, ALBERTHA 78.75 332205 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY 133.27 332206 KASOWSKI GUBRUD REPAIR 138.92 332207 KIESLER’S POLICE SUPPLY, INC. 1,836.67 332208 KLEIN MCCARTHY ARCHITECTS 21,110.16 332209 KNIGHT PRINTING 407.19 332210 KRAUSE, CARRIE K. 166.50 332211 KRONOS INC 1,260.00 332212 KUBAT, VICKI 917.54 332213 LIBERTY BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC. 1,475.65 332214 LSI DAKOTAS 78.50 332215 M.I.G. HOLDINGS 318.41 332216 MADRIGGA, BRANDY 27.44 332217 MARK SAND & GRAVEL DAKOTA CO 73,499.77 332218 MARQUART, ANDREW S 621.00 332219 MARSH & MCLENNAN AGENCY LLC 48,510.00 332220 MATTHEW BENDER & CO., INC. 1,135.67 332221 MAXAIR, LLC 1,804.17 332222 MCKESSON MEDICAL SURGICAL 1,023.12 332223 MEIDINGER, NOLAN 82.60 332224 MENARDS 69.66 332225 MESSNER, AMY 51.74 332226 METRO SALES, INC. 57.81 332227 MIGUEL SANTIAGO RIOS 31.87 332228 MOELLER, DEBORAH 277.50 332229 MORRIS PAINTING & DECORATING INC 6,151.00 332230 MORRIS SEALCOAT & TRUCKING, INC. 27,693.15 332231 MOUNTAIN PLAINS YOUTH SERVICES 5,000.00 332232 NATRONA COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE NWSA 300.00 332233 ND DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 23,358.61 332234 NDSU DESIGN & SIGN 449.75 332235 NELSON AUTO CENTER 34,385.38 332236 NELSON INTERNATIONAL 8,639.23 332237 NEPSTAD OIL CO. 7,838.13 332238 NODLAND, CHAD 225.00 332239 NORTHSTAR SAFETY, INC. 19,692.76 332240 NORTHWEST TIRE INC 5,239.07 332241 ODNEY ADVERTISING 300.00 332242 OFFICE DEPOT, INC. 1,175.16 332243 OFFICE OF THE STATE AUDITOR 13,500.00 332244 OLSON, HEIDI 76.25 332245 OVERMOE, DESTRIE 26.88 332246 PIGUE, STACY 91.25 332247 PRAIRIE ST JOHN’S 16,160.00 332248 PREMIUM WATERS, INC. 10.00 332249 PREVENT CHILD ABUSE NORTH DAKOTA 41,180.94 332250 PRINTER SOLUTIONS 838.00 332251 PRO-WEST & ASSOCIATES, INC. 5,400.00 332252 RAMADA BISMARCK HOTEL 829.20 332253 RJ ZAVORAL & SONS INC 198,916.77 332254 RYAN HUBER 26.12 332255 SANFORD HEALTH 1,231.17 332256 SHERIFF, CLAY COUNTY 290.00 332257 SHERIFF, POLK COUNTY 55.00 332258 SHERIFF, WALSH COUNTY 2,641.52 332259 SHOTWELLS FLORAL 90.00 332260 SOLUTIONS BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE PRO 200.00 332261 SOUTHPOINT REPAIR CENTER 1,304.40 332262 SUMMIT FOOD SERVICE, LLC 18,105.76 332263 SUN CONTROL LLC 988.20 332264 SWANSTON EQUIPMENT CO. 5,249.44 332265 TANG, RACHELE 49.73 332266 THOMPSON, JARET 82.60 332267 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST PAYMENT CENTER 2,980.82 332268 TLK HOLDINGS 855.94 332269 TOSHIBA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS USA 7.34 332270 TRADEMARK UNIFORMS 407.28 332271 TRUE NORTH STEEL, INC. 19,686.26 332272 VALLEY GREEN & ASSOCIATES 3,805.00 332273 WEST CENTRAL REGIONAL JUV. CENTER 96,196.00 332274 WEST SIDE STEEL 36.73 332275 WOODWORTH LAW OFFICE, PLLC 90.00 332276 WORKFORCE SAFETY & INSURANCE (WSI) 91.20 332277 XCEL ENERGY 1,239.64 332278 YWCA 3,526.84 332279 ZACHARY LEMIEUX 36.37 332280 AARON’S SALES & LEASE 29.00 332281 AMERICAN MAIL HOUSE, INC. 29,846.31 332282 BOHUI, ANGE 154.30 332283 GREENWORKS PROPERTIES LLC 44.00 332284 GREENWORKS PROPERTIES LLC 44.00 332285 HALPERN COTTRELL GREEN PA 94.00 332286 KILWEIN, JAYME 12,331.56 332287 ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT, INC. 14.00 332288 MURRAY, JAKE 1,227.20 332289 SHERIDAN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 44.00 332290 THOMAS, SHANNON RAE 44.00 332291 WEX BANK 26,205.11 332292 CASS COUNTY DEPUTIES ASSOCIATION 195.00 332293 FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE 671.00 332294 ND UNITED 551.04 332295 NDFOP STATE LODGE TREASURER 1,450.00 332296 AMERICAN MAIL HOUSE, INC. 1,995.41 332297 CHOCK, AUSTIN PHILLIP 41.50 332298 DEVITT, HELEN RAE 44.00 332299 KORSMO, DAN 312.70 332300 ND DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES 20.00 332301 NITSCHKE, MICHAEL W 39.00 332302 NRA 35.00 332303 PREMIUM DECKS INC 91.50 332304 SEWILL, BREANNA E HARTL 13.00 332305 SKOOG, TAMERA 315.45 332306 AUNE, BRADLEY OR BRANDI 151.86 332307 BORGEN, ANDREW 1,000.00 332308 CASS COUNTY JAIL 635.00 332309 DICKSON, MARK 1,000.00 332310 ROHRBACH, PAYTON 65.00 332311 SCOTT COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 70.00 332312 BORUVKA, MICHAEL JAY 36.50 332313 HOGLUND LANDSCAPE & DESIGN 44.00 332314 MUHS, EMILY MERRIE 39.00 332315 ND SECRETARY OF STATE 36.00 332316 OTTER TAIL POWER COMPANY 187.28 332317 STATE OF WISCONSIN VITAL RECORDS 40.00 332318 STUEVE, KIMBERLEE J. 2,618.14 332319 VERIZON WIRELESS 42.54 TOTAL 2,029,046.97 (Sept. 21, 2022) 102506