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1 CITY OF WATFORD CITY CITY COUNCIL MEETING March 6, 2017 Minutes of the regular City Council meeting held on March 6, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall. Present were Mayor Justin Voll and Council Members Phil Riely, Aaron Gravos, Bethany Devlin, Matt Beard, Steve Sanford, and Kenny Liebel. Also present were City Administrator Curt Moen, City Auditor Peni Peterson, and Attorney Wyatt Voll. Council Member Sanford moved to approve the minutes of the city council meetings held on February 6, 16, 23, and 28, Motion also included approving the agenda. Motion seconded by Council Member Gravos and carried unanimously. City Council reviewed a street closure request from Leslie Kelly, on behalf of McKenzie County Healthcare Systems, to close a portion of 8 th St NE from 8 a.m. 5 p.m. on March 29 th. Council Member Liebel moved to approve the street closure request. Motion seconded by Council Member Sanford and carried unanimously. Council Member Gravos moved to approve Pay Application #25 from Krause Anderson (Watford City Event Center) in the amount of $1,305, Motion seconded by Council Member Riely and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Gravos, Beard, Sanford, Devlin, Liebel, and Riely; nays: none. Luke Taylor, Watford City Airport, gave an update on the new airport terminal. Rita Olson, City Assessor, presented applications for Abatement of Refund of Taxes. Council Member Riely moved to approve the Application for Abatement of Refund of Taxes submitted by Bakken Land Holding, LLC for Lot 2, Block 5, The Crossings at Watford City. Motion seconded by Council Member Gravos and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Liebel, Sanford, Gravos, Devlin, Riely, and Beard; nays: none. submitted by Bakken Land Holding, LLC for Lot 3, Block 5, The Crossings at Watford City. Motion seconded by Council Member Sanford and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Riely, Beard, Sanford, Liebel, Gravos, and Devlin; nays: none. Council Member Beard moved to approve the Application for Abatement of Refund of Taxes submitted by Bakken Land Holding, LLC for Lots 5, 6, 7, Block 1, The Crossings at Watford City. Motion seconded by Council Member Riely and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Gravos, Devlin, Riely, Beard, Liebel, and Sanford; nays: none. Council Member Riely moved to approve the Application for Abatement of Refund of Taxes submitted by The Crossings at Watford City, LLC for Lot 3, Block 5, The Crossings at Watford City. Motion seconded by Council Member Sanford and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Devlin, Liebel, Sanford, Gravos, Riely, and Beard; nays: none.

2 submitted by The Crossings at Watford City, LLC for Lot 4, Block 1, The Crossings at Watford City. Motion seconded by Council Member Beard and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Riely, Beard, Devlin, Liebel, Sanford, and Gravos; nays: none. submitted by The Crossings at Watford City, LLC for Lot 11, Block 1, The Crossings at Watford City. Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Sanford, Devlin, Gravos, Beard, Riely, and Liebel; nays: none. submitted by The Crossings at Watford City, LLC for Lot 3, Block 4, The Crossings at Watford City. Motion seconded by Council Member Liebel and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Gravos, Sanford, Beard, Riely, Liebel, and Devlin; nays: none. Council Member Devlin moved to approve two Application for Abatement of Refund of Taxes submitted by Joint Venture, LLC for parcels and Motion seconded by Council Member Riely and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Beard, Riely, Sanford, Devlin, Liebel, and Gravos; nays: none. Wayne Olson, Chairman Fox Hills Golf Course, gave an update on the golf course and requested payment on Invoice and Invoice from AE2S (Golf Course Expansion Project) in the amount of $9, Council Member Gravos moved to pay Invoice and Invoice from AE2S totaling $9, Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Liebel, Sanford, Devlin, Gravos, Riely, and Beard; nays: none. No action was taken on Change Order #15 from Landscapes Unlimited. Todd Norton, AE2S, presented pay applications via phone. Council Member Riely moved to approve Change Order #4 from Wagner Construction (Watford City High School/Event Center Offsite Improvements) in the amount of $83, Motion seconded by Council Member Beard and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Sanford, Riely, Gravos, Beard, Devlin, and Liebel; nays: none. Council Member Riely moved to approve Pay Application #15 from Wagner Construction (Watford City High School/Event Center Offsite Improvements) in the amount of $558, Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Liebel, Devlin, Riely, Gravos, Beard, and Sanford; nays: none. Council Member Gravos moved to approve Pay Application #15 from Rice Lake Construction (Watford City WRRF Phase 2) in the amount of $34,519. Motion seconded by Council Member Sanford and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Riely, Gravos, Devlin, Liebel, Beard, and Sanford; nays: none.

3 Interim Chief Shawn Doble gave an update on the Police Department. Council Member Beard moved to approve the Land Use Application Zone Change submitted by Glenn & Tina Wahus for property located at rd Ave SE rd Ave SE rezoning property from R2M to CG. Motion seconded by Council Member Gravos and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Sanford, Riely, Gravos, Beard, Devlin, and Liebel; nays: none. Council Member Riely moved to approve the Division of Land Application Amended Plat submitted by Long X Industrial Park. Motion seconded by Council Member Liebel and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Gravos, Liebel, Devlin, Beard, Sanford, and Riely; nays: none. Council Member Gravos moved to approve the Division of Land Application Simple Lot Split submitted by VIA Real Estate, LLC, Lot 138 Hunter s Run Subdivision. Motion seconded by Council Member Riely and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Devlin, Riely, Beard, Liebel, Sanford, and Gravos; nays: none. Council Member Riely moved to approve the following annual step increases: Dylan Bostic Category 13, Step 3, effective 4/1/17; Andrew Eisenschenk Category 14, Step 1, effective 4/1/17; Larry Sherk Category 14, Step 1, effective 4/1/17; Jeffery Jensen Category 12, Step 3, effective 4/16/17; Brian Oakley Category 6, Step 2, effective 4/16/17; Steve Williams Category 9, Step 6, effective 4/16/17. Motion seconded by Council Member Liebel and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Devlin, Sanford, Riely, Gravos, Liebel, and Beard; nays: none. Council Member Devlin moved to approve a Lodging Tax funding request from McKenzie County Tourism in the amount of $53,325 and a funding request from Watford City Chamber in the amount of $5,000. Motion seconded by Council Member Gravos and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Liebel, Gravos, Riely, Beard, Devlin, and Sanford; nays: none. Council Member Gravos moved to approve Raffle Permit # 761 Young Professional of Watford City and Raffle Permit #762 Badlands Toms NWTF. Motion seconded by Council Member Riely and carried unanimously. Council Member Gravos moved to approve the Special Liquor Permit Application submitted by Six Shooters, LLC for March 16 th, 6:00 p.m. 10 p.m. at the Rough Rider Center. Motion seconded by Council Member Devlin and carried unanimously. Council Member Riely moved to approve the ICON Architectural Services Agreement Public Works Shop, contingent on Attorney Voll approving the agreement. Motion seconded by Council Member Liebel and carried by the following roll call vote: ayes: Sanford, Riely, Gravos, Beard, Devlin, and Liebel; nays: none. Council Member Riely moved to approve the Authorization Application from Aero Spraying Service, Inc. Motion seconded by Council Member Sanford and carried unanimously.

4 Council Member Gravos moved to approve the Agreement Regarding Special Assessments form. Motion seconded by Council Member Liebel and carried by the following roll call vote: Sanford, Riely, Gravos, Liebel, Beard, and Devlin; nays: none. Council Member Riely moved to approve the bills as listed. Motion seconded by Council Member Gravos and carried unanimously. EFTPS $105,942.20; TASC $1,926.40; NDPERS $4,525.00; Nationwide Financial $1,280.06; Nationwide Retirement Solutions $4,303.06; Payroll $237,898.11; BCBS $50,709.40; NDPERS-Retirement $43,573.29; NDPERS $386.76; Symetra $683.17; AFLAC $5,276.79; Advanced Engineering $114,380.54; Angela Moe $225.00; Anthony Ell $109.99; Applied Concepts $14,828.00; AR500 Armor $3,587.50; AVI Systems $29,070.38; Badlands Hardware $678.82; Badlands Occupational Testing $114.00; Badlands Power Fuels $9,280.00; Balco $7,916.66; Blue Lube $185.00; BlueTarp Financial $88.05; Bodo s TV & Appliance Center $1,620.00; Border States Electric $1,163.81; Brady s Roadside Service $152.06; Brenda Lautenschlager $275.00; Brosz $46,073.04; C&D Water Services $52.50; Chamley Pipe & Salvage $1,575.00; Chief Supply Corporation $1,777.19; CIM Sanitary Tech $5,000.00; City of Watford City $703.11; CKW Properties $20,245.98; Code Red Towing $1,355.00; Cole Papers $234.02; Cornerstone Bank $85,607.62; Dacotah Paper $3,797.32; Dakota Back & Neck $240.00; Dakota Supply Group $2,621.24; Darrington Snow Removal $300.00; Dealers Electric $156.78; Dell Marketing $3,439.65; Devin Clark $125.00; DW Excavating $23,376.28; Environmental Consulting $600.00; Farmer s Union Oil. Co $13,388.97; Fastenal $610.75; First International Bank $424,124.34; Frontier Precision $4,050.00; Galls $284.90; Garmans Flooring $749.00; Gene s Tree Service $2,625.00; Glenn & Tina Wahus $9,900.00; Greg s Welding $342.00; Hammers Construction Inc. $22.80; Hansen Diesel $362.27; Hawkins $720.00; Heidi Brenna $225.00; Holiday Credit Office $2,562.03; HP Inc. $2,358.18; Hymark HVAC LLC. $247.50; Intergraph Corporation $4,044.30; ITD $747.60; J-S Sanitation $110.00; Jack & Jill $59.25; Jamar Company $164.46; Jason Faller $19.99; Jesse Wellen $52.50; JLG Architects $27,564.55; John B. O Connor $225.00; Jon Romans $660.00; Jonathan Davis $70.00; Jost Painting $2,500.00; Kay O Connor $225.00; Kelly Inn-Bismarck $240.30; Kenneth Prentice $17.50; Kevin Leiseth $150.00; Kotana Communications $453.50; Kraus Anderson $1,305,984.88; Laser Systems Security $8,014.96; Lund Oil $2,328.32; Magic City Janitorial $4,750.00; Marco $1,709.57; McKennett Law Firm $19,140.00; McKenzie County Ambulance $250.00; McKenzie County Farmer $1,544.74; McKenzie County Landfill $10,702.65; McKenzie County Tourism Bureau $18,886.50; McKenzie County Treasurer $17.00; McKenzie County Water Resource $134,810.26; McKenzie Electric $3,783.00; Menards $5,970.82; Meuchel Enterprises $1,991.49; Michael Todd & Company $3,715.98; Midwest Doors of Dickinson $3,076.70; Mike Snook $141.00; Modern Machine Works $169.40; MDU $115.70; Motorola $22,303.59; MVTL $2,514.50; ND Safety Council $250.00; NDACO $10,119.62; Nelson Contracting $55.00; Northern Pump & Compression $218.95; Office Depot $1,014.44; OK Implement $2,055.65; OK Tire $4,248.10; One Call Concepts $73.90; One Way Service $75.28; OTIS Elevator $823.00; Power Plan $929.90; RTC $2,823.66; Rice Lake Construction $34,519.00; Rock River Arms $3,315.00; Samuel Forstie $125.00; Sanford Construction $3,500.00; Schock s Safe & Lock Service $38.00; Special Systems $360.00; Steve Williams $76.22; Swanston Equipment $8,093.15; Taser International $9,535.01; Tecta America $814.84; Total Control $3,000.00; Tractor Supply $23.95; Triple AAA Safety $92.97; Uline $1,418.65; UPS $775.56; Valli Information Systems $382.17; Verizon $3,209.91; Visa $1,249.77; Wagner Construction $558,454.58; Watford City Enterprises $1,100.00; Watford City Express Laundry $442.58; Watford City Fire Department $43,108.00;

5 Watford City Vet Clinic $1,105.00; Whitehall Truck & Towing $430.00; Wingate by Wyndham Bismarck $271.00; Wolf Run Village $34,888.00; Zane Williams $1, The next regularly scheduled City Council meeting will be held on Monday, April 3, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 7:53 p.m. These minutes are published subject to the City Council s Review and Revision pursuant to NDCC Peni Peterson, Auditor Justin Voll, Mayor