Council Member Riely moved to approve the September 5, 2017 agenda as presented. Motion seconded by Council Member Gravos and carried unanimously.

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1 CITY OF WATFORD CITY CITY COUNCIL MEETING September 5, 2017 Minutes of the regular City Council meeting held on September 5, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall. Present were Mayor Justin Voll and Council Members Phil Riely, Aaron Gravos, Steve Sanford, Matt Beard, and Bethany Devlin. Absent was Kenny Liebel. Also present were City Planner Curt Moen, City Auditor Peni Peterson, and Attorney Wyatt Voll. Council Member Riely moved to approve the September 5, 2017 agenda as presented. Motion seconded by Council Member Gravos and carried unanimously. Council Member Riely moved to approve the minutes of the city council meeting held August 7, Motion seconded by Council Member Gravos and carried unanimously. Cal Klewin, Theodore Roosevelt Expressway Association, gave an update and provided information on the Theodore Roosevelt Expressway. Kylee Roff, Rough Rider Center, gave an update on the Rough Rider Center activities for the month of August. Shane Homiston, MDU, provided information and requested approval for a transmission loop line project. Council Member Gravos moved to approve the project map and the use of the right-of-way on 17 th Ave. Motion seconded by Council member Riely and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Beard, Riely, Devlin, Sanford, and Gravos; nays: A Notice and Order Hearing was held for Pheasant Ridge Townhomes located at 1121 and 1125 South Pheasant Ridge for outstanding issues that are not compliant with city standards and ordinances. Karen George was present on behalf of Pheasant Ridge Townhomes. Rick Jore, City Engineer, explained that the re-vegetation (erosion control) and swale along the road are not complete, the present driveway approach to the property is failing and the owner has failed to submit an actual engineered plan for the driveway approach, culverts are plugged, and the landscape ordinance has been ignored by the owners. Staff recommendation is to allow the owner 30 days to continue to work with staff to bring the deficiencies into compliance. Should they not complete the items to city standards within 30 days, then certificate of occupancy should be removed. Council Member Gravos moved to approve an additional 30 days to the owner of Pheasant Ridge Townhomes to bring the property into compliance of city standards or the certificate of occupancy will be removed. Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Riely, Beard, Gravos, Sanford, and Devlin; nays: Wayne Olson, Fox Hills Golf Course, gave an update on the golf course, provided financials, and presented pay applications.

2 Council Member Riely moved to approve Pay Application #7 from Landscapes Unlimited, LLC (Golf Course Construction) in the amount of $489, Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Riely, Sanford, Devlin, Gravos, and Beard; nays: Council Member Beard moved to approve Change Order #21, Change Order #22, and Change Order #23 from Landscapes Unlimited, LLC (Golf Course Construction) in the amounts of $18,106.53, $7,100, and $1,950. Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Sanford, Beard, Riely, Devlin, and Gravos; nays: Todd Norton, Advanced Engineering, presented Pay Applications. Council Member Riely moved to approve Change Order #2 from Knife River (High School/Events Center On-site Paving) in the amount of $55, Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Gravos, Beard, Devlin, Riely, and Sanford; nays: Council Member Riely moved to approve Pay Application #11-Final from Knife River (High School/Events Center On-site Paving) in the amount of $50,000. Motion seconded by Council Member Sanford and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Devlin, Sanford, Riely, Beard, and Gravos; nays: Council Member Riely moved to approve Pay Application #16 from Rice Lake Construction (Water Resource Recovery Facility Phase 2) in the amount of $372,858. Motion seconded by Council Member Gravos and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Beard, Riely, Devlin, Sanford, and Gravos; nays: Chief Shawn Doble gave an update on the Police Department. Council Member Gravos moved to approve the recommendations from the Planning Commission from their August 28, 2017 meeting. Approved the following: Land Use Application Conditional Use Permit for Badlands Cellular DBA Verizon Wireless allowing for a Transmission Facility including monopole antenna; Land Use Application Variance for Rex & Carrie Westwood allowing for a 8 ft. front yard variance; Division of Land Application Amended Final Plat for Stenehjem Holdings, LLC. Motion seconded by Council Member Riely and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Gravos, Sanford, Riely, Devlin, and Beard; nays: Council Member Gravos moved to approve the Land Use Application CUP Annual Review for Rolfson Oil to continue allowing for a bulk fuel plant. Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Sanford, Riely, Devlin, and Gravos; nays: Abstained: Beard. Council Member Gravos moved to approve the Facility Maintenance Supervisor job description. Motion seconded by Council Member Riely and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Beard, Riely, Devlin, Sanford, and Gravos; nays:

3 Council Member Gravos moved to approve the Second Reading on Ordinance #437 Amending Section of Article 5 of Chapter VI - Relating to Special Alcohol Permit. Motion seconded by Council Member Riely and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Devlin, Beard, Sanford, Riely, and Gravos; nays: Council Member Gravos moved to approve the Application for Special Liquor Permit submitted by D & M s Office for September 9, 2017 from 5:00 P.M. 1:00 A.M located at the Rough Rider Center. Motion seconded by Council Member Sanford and carried unanimously. Council Member Gravos moved to approve Raffle Permit #770 - Watford City Fire Department. Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried unanimously. Council Member Gravos moved to approve Raffle Permit #771 Pheasants Forever. Motion seconded by Council Member Riely and carried unanimously. Council Member Gravos moved to approve Raffle Permit #772 Bakken NRA. Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried unanimously. Council Member Gravos moved to approve Raffle Permit #773 Benefit Fund of McKenzie County Healthcare. Motion seconded by Council Member Riely and carried unanimously. Council Member Gravos moved to approve the City of Watford City 2018 Preliminary Budget as presented by Finance Director Kathleen Howes. The Final Budget Hearing will be held at the regular Council Meeting on October 2, Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Sanford, Riely, Devlin, Gravos, and Beard; nays: Council Member Beard moved to approve Pay Application #2 from BEK Consulting, LLC ( Utilities Improvements) in the amount of $330, Motion seconded by Council Member Sanford and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Sanford, Beard, Riely, Devlin, and Gravos; nays: No action was required on Pay Application #2 from Tooz Construction. Council Member Gravos moved to approve Pay Application #4 from Tooz Construction (Public Works Shop) in the amount of $176,067. Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Beard, Devlin, Sanford, Gravos, and Riely; nays: Council Member Beard moved to approve Pay Application #3 from C & C Plumbing & Heating (Public Works Shop) in the amount of $21, Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin, Riely, Gravos, Sanford, and Beard; nays: Council Member Riely moved to approve Pay Application #2 from Mayer Electric (Public Works Shop) in the amount of $28, Motion seconded by Council Member Gravos and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Beard, Riely, Gravos, Devlin, and Sanford; nays:

4 Council Member Gravos moved to approve the quote from CIP Construction Technologies, Inc to repair 5 manhole covers in the amount of $54,038. Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Sanford, Gravos, Beard, Riely, and Devlin: nays: Council Member Gravos moved to approve and add the McKenzie County Law Enforcement Center User Groups Plan as Exhibit A to the current Law Enforcement Center Joint Powers Agreement. Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried by the following roll call vote: Devlin, Sanford, Gravos, Beard, and Riely; nays: Council Member Gravos moved to approve the bills as listed. Motion seconded by Council Member Sanford and carried unanimously. EFTPS $122,552.35; TASC $1,932.94; NDPERS $4,475.00; Nationwide Financial $1,311.92; Nationwide Retirement Solutions $4,250.00; Payroll $274,464.29; BCBS $47,349.43; NDPERS-Retirement $43,729.26; NDPERS $297.15; Symetra $755.55; AFLAC $4,308.67; 360 Technologies, Inc. $1,224.00; 701 Clean LLC $1,025.00; Accusource Inc. $171.50; Advanced Engineering $16,892.46; Alert-All Corporation $2,812.00; Andrew Langowski $122.50; Applied Concepts, Inc. $5,914.80; Badlands Hardware Inc. $994.15; Badlands Hardware $27.99; Balco $1,825.41; BEK Consulting $367,543.99; Black Mountain $968.00; Blue Lube $185.40; Bluestreak Equipment $3,322.30; Border State Electric $582.01; Brady s Roadside Service $528.44; Brosz $6,480.00; Brownells, Inc $213.07; Buxton Company $32,500.00; C&C Plumbing & Heating $21,217.05; C& D Water Services $67.50; Cascade Auto Glass $340.00; Chamley Pipe & Salvage $1,350.00; Chief Supply Corporation $89.23; CIM Sanitary Tech $5,000.00; City of Watford City $1,484.76; Coborn s Inc. $112.01; Code Red Towing $697.50; Comfort Inn-Bismarck $245.70; Cornerstone Bank $85,607.62; Craig s Small Engine $1,358.90; CTS Language Link $12.84; Dakota Supply Group $862.39; Daniel Oster $797.86; Dealers Electric $45.49; DW Excavating $3,026.08; Eide Bailly LLP $30,700.00; Environmental Consulting $600.00; Farmer s Union Oil. Co $6,199.30; Fastenal $750.56; Federal Signal Corporation $5,030.00; First International Bank $424,124.36; First International Insurance $94,384.00; Flagshooter $928.43; Flexible Pipe Tool Company $1,167.55; FS Solutions Group $345.10; Glenn & Tina Wahus $9,900.00; Gooseneck Implement $610.40; Greg s Welding $3,415.00; Guardian EMS Products $110.20; Hawkeye $70.25; Hawkins $6,144.57; Heggen Equipment $4.45; Holiday Credit Office $5,182.06; Jack & Jill $75.14; Jamar Company $942.86; James/Valley Reginal Lodge #4 $46.00; Jaryn Homiston $125.00; JJ Electric, LLC $1,617.37; JN Tire Auto Repair $840.00; Karlie Huygens $14.17; Kenneth Prentice $664.61; Kimberly Clemons $629.20; Knife River Corporation $50,000.00; Kotana Communications $4,806.50; Landscapes Unlimited $489,239.20; Lund Oil $769.47; Lupine Construction $10,345.00; Marco Technologies $1,620.00; Mayer Electric $28,468.72; McKennett Law Firm $19,436.25; McKenzie County Farmer $2,749.70; McKenzie County Recorder $275.00; McKenzie County Water Resource $238,798.69; McKenzie Electric $4,120.66; Meuchel Enterprises $2,117.23; Midwest Hose & Specialty $50.10; Monsterlawn Hydroseeding $1,080.00; MDU $22,997.23; Motorola $12,633.64; Municipal Code Corporation $516.00; Municipal Government Academy $125.00; MVTL $224.50; NCL of Wisconsin $69.65; NDACO $4,640.55; ND Building Official Association $265.00; ND Parks & Recreation $6,737.10; Nelson Contracting $3,099.90; North Dakota Insurance Dept. $408.68; Northwest Narcotics Task Force $2,637.50; Office Depot $171.02; OK Implement $3,163.88; OK Tire Stores $3,482.55; Olympic Sales $2,222.37; One Way Service $151.87; Power Plan $1,612.17; Quality Flow Systems $868.20; RDO Trust $174.24;

5 Renee Thorgramson $350.00; RTC $2,276.89; Rice Lake Construction $372,858.00; Root Construction $667.46; Sanford Construction $1,050.00; Sherwin-Williams Co. $1,579.52; SHRM $184.00; Souris Valley Lodge #7 $384.00; Stephanie Packer $140.00; Swanston Equipment $8,624.12; Tooz Construction $171,067.00; Titanium Plumbing $1,896.00; Uline $700.88; UPS $607.93; Valli Information Systems $725.25; Van Diest Supply Company $2,220.00; Verizon $2,739.87; Visa $3,476.50; Watchguard Video $1,412.50; Water Environment Federation $155.00; Watford City Express Laundry $385.08; Watford City Lumber $554.69; Watford City Vet Clinic $114.29; Westlie Truck Center $51.24; Wolf Run $34, The next regularly scheduled City Council meeting will be held on Monday, October 2, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:10 p.m. These minutes are published subject to the City Council s Review and Revision pursuant to NDCC Peni Peterson, Auditor Justin Voll, Mayor