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Legal Notices 11-7

By Staff | Nov 7, 2020

CALL FOR BIDS

Notice is hereby given that the Rug-

by City Council will receive bids until

1:00pm, Wednesday, December 2,

2020 for the following:

Propane, gasoline, and diesel fuel

for vehicles and equipment

Quote to be for amount of discount

per gallon from pump price, for one

year beginning January 1, 2021, ex-

cluding taxes.

All bids must be in sealed envelopes

and plainly marked “Fuel Bid” and

addressed to the City Auditor, Rug-

by City Hall, 223 South Main Ave-

nue, Rugby, ND 58368. Bids shall

be opened at the regularly

scheduled council meeting on Mon-

day, December 7, 2020 at 7:30pm.

in the Council Chambers or by

GOTOMEETING, located on the

2nd floor of the Rugby City hall. The

Rugby City Council reserves the

right to reject any or all bids.

Bidders are invited to be present at

the above-mentioned time and place

for the opening of bids.

(November 7-14, 2020)

City of Rugby

Ordinance 429

BE IT ORDAINED by the City

Council of the City of Rugby,

North Dakota that Rugby Munici-

pal Code Chapter 19.02 General

Provisions be amended as fol-

lows:

Chapter 19.02

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Sections:

19.02.010 Short title.

19.02.020 Purpose.

19.02.030 Interpretation and scope.

19.02.040 Conflict with other laws.

19.02.050 Expanded Zoning

19.02.060 Modular and

Manufactured homes.

19.02.070 Shipping containers.

19.02.010 Short title. This title shall

be known, cited and referred to as

the “zoning ordinance of the city of

Rugby, North Dakota.” (Ord. 304 Art.

1, 1990).

19.02.020 Purpose. These regula-

tions have been made in accor-

dance with the policies and recom-

mendations set forth in a duly adopt-

ed comprehensive plan and have

been enacted with the following pur-

poses in mind:

A. Lessen congestion in the streets;

B. Secure safety from fire, panic and

other dangers;

C. Promote health and the general

welfare;

D. Provide adequate light and air;

E. Prevent the overcrowding of land;

F. Avoid undue concentration of po-

pulation;

G. Facilitate adequate provisions for

transportation, water, sewage,

schools, parks and other public re-

quirements. (Ord. 304 Art. 2, 1990).

19.02.030 Interpretation and scope.

In the interpretation and scope of

this title, the provisions of this title

shall be held to be the minimum re-

quirements adopted for the promo-

tion of the public health, safety and

welfare. Where this title imposes a

greater restriction upon land, build-

ings, or structures than is imposed

or required by existing provisions of

law, ordinance, contract or deed, or

resolutions the provisions of this title

shall control. (Ord. 304 Art. 3, 1990).

19.02.040 Conflict with other laws.

In their interpretation and applica-

tion, the provisions of this title shall

be held to be the minimum require-

ments, adopted for the promotion of

the public health, safety, morals,

comfort, convenience and general

welfare. Wherever the requirements

of this title are at variance with the

requirements of any other lawfully

adopted rules, regulations, ordi-

nances, deed restrictions, or

covenants, the most restrictive or

that imposing the higher standards

shall govern. Nothing in this title

shall be construed as to amend,

alter, or supersede regulations in-

cluded in Ordinance 294 entitled,

“An ordinance to amend, reenact

and add ordinance number 252, re-

lating to flood damage prevention,

providing for penalties thereof, and

repealing all provisions of Ordinance

254 in conflict herewith.” (Ord. 304

Art 22, 1990).

19.02.050 Expanded Zoning. The

City’s zoning authority is hereby ex-

tended to any quarter quarter sec-

tion of unincorporated territory if a

majority of the quarter-quarter sec-

tion is located within one mile of the

corporate limits of the City of Rugby.

This is in conformity with the North

Dakota Century Code Section

40-47-01.1 as amended by the State

of North Dakota. (Ord. 347, 2004)

19.02.060 Modular and Manufac-

tured homes. The City’s zoning au-

thority will only permit manufactured

homes to be situated in R-3 Mobile

Home Park Districts or R-4 Mobile

Home District. All other areas within

the City’s zoning will not be permit-

ted. Any existing manufactured

home structures, in other zoning dis-

tricts, will be grandfathered in for the

life of that structure. Once the struc-

ture, not located in R-3 or R-4 Dis-

tricts within the City, has reached its

end of life the structure may only be

replaced with structures currently

permitted in the zoning district of the

property. Modular homes or off-site

built homes will be permitted based

on zoning district requirements.

19.02.070 Shipping containers. The

City’s zoning authority will not permit

shipping containers to be located

R-1, R-2, R-3 or R-4 Zoning. Any

shipping containers currently located

in any R Zoning are grandfathered in

and will be required to be removed

upon any transfer of the property

from the current owner. This in-

cludes transfers to a family member

or trust.

First Reading: October 5, 2020

Second Reading: November 2, 2020

Effective: November 7, 2020

Susan Steinke, Mayor

Attest: Jennifer Stewart, Auditor

(November 7, 2020)

City of Rugby

Ordinance 430

BE IT ORDAINED by the City

Council of the City of Rugby,

North Dakota that Rugby Munici-

pal Code Chapter 19.04 Defini-

tions Sections 19.04.740 and

19.04.755 be amended as follows:

Chapter 19.04

DEFINITIONS

Sections:

19.04.740 Mobile home now known

as manufactured home.

19.04.755 Modular home.

19.04.740 Mobile home now known

as a manufactured home. “Mobile

home or manufactured home”

means a single or multifamily

residential unit built on a permanent

chassis which is designed to be

transported and can support long

term occupancy and requires only

minor work after arrival on the site

prior to occupancy, in contradistinc-

tion to a prefabricated living unit

designed to become a structure.

Manufactured homes are construct-

ed according to a code administered

by the U.S. Department of Housing

and Urban Development (HUD

Code). The HUD Code, unlike con-

ventional building codes, requires

manufactured homes to be con-

structed on a permanent chassis.

(Ord. 304 Art. 4(part), 1990; Ord

430, 2020).

19.04.755 Modular home. These

structures are built off site and

moved onto a foundation. They are

constructed to the same state, local

or regional building codes as

site-built homes. (Ord 430, 2020)

First Reading: October 5, 2020

Second Reading: November 2, 2020

Effective: November 7, 2020

Susan Steinke, Mayor

Attest: Jennifer Stewart, City Auditor

(November 7, 2020)

NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL

ESTATE FORFEITED

TO THE COUNTY FOR

DELINQUENT TAXES

CHAPTER 57-28 N.D. C. C.

Notice is hereby given that the fol-

lowing real estate has been forfeited

to the County of Pierce, State of

North Dakota, for delinquent taxes;

that said county has taken tax deed

to such property and will offer it for

sale at public auction at the office of

the County Auditor, 240 2nd St SE,

Rugby, North Dakota, on Tuesday,

November 17, 2020, beginning at

10:00 A.M.

Each parcel of real estate will be of-

fered separately and sold to the

highest bidder, but not for a sum

less than the minimum sale price

listed below. Payment must be

made for cash.

The sale will continue from day to

day until completed.

Parcel Number/ Property Address

Property Legal Minimum Sale Price

05131000 Elling Township

Parcel in SE1/4NW1/4 Sec.10

100 x 140 $3,267.00

06151000 Hagel Township-151-72

Outlot 200 of NW1/4 sec.33

$831.00

10779000 City of Rugby

Whites 2nd Add Lots 16 & 17, Block

9 $7,500.00

10811000 City of Rugby

Whites 2nd Add Lots 21-22, Block

12 $13,735.00

10629-000 City of Rugby

Sveum’s Sub-Div Lot 5 Block 2

$40,088.00

Given pursuant to authority of law

this 3rd day of October, 2020.

Karin Fursather

Pierce County Auditor-Treasurer

(November 7, 2020)

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

For

RENTAL OF CITY OWNED

AGRICULTURAL LAND

The Rugby City Council will receive

sealed bids at City Hall until 2:00pm,

on November 30, 2020, for the rental

of agricultural land located outside of

Rugby. The following properties will

be available for rental for the 2021

Season.

Please note: This will be a five (5)

year contract.

Parcel # Approximate acreage

1931002 64 crop land

1956001 73 crop land

1995001 20 hay land

The above property will be available

for rent under the terms and condi-

tions set forth in the bid specifica-

tions available at the City Auditor’s

Office at City Hall.

The bid envelope shall be plainly

marked “Land Rental Bid” and shall

contain the parcel number of the

property being bid on. The City

Council of the City of Rugby

reserves the right to reject any or all

bids and to award contracts as it

deems to be in the best interest of

the City of Rug

by. Bidders are invited to be present

at the regular city council meeting on

Monday, December 7, 2020 at

7:30pm in the Council Chambers,

where the bids shall be opened.

For more information, contact Jen-

nifer Stewart, City Auditor, at 223

South Main Avenue, Rugby, North

Dakota, or by phone at

701-776-6181.

(November 7-14, 2020)

RUGBY CITY COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING

MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2020

7:30PM

COUNCIL CHAMBERS AND BY

GOTOMEETING

Council Members present: Albrecht,

Lunde, Kraft, Bednarz, Berg,

LaRocque and Trottier. Also present

were Mayor Steinke, City Attorney

Hartl and City Auditor Stewart. Ab-

sent was Longie.

Steinke called the meeting to order

at 7:30 pm.

Council members recited the Pledge

of Allegiance.

Roll call was taken by Steinke.

Steinke added an application for Lo-

cal Permit for Rugby First to the

agenda. There was a motion by

Kraft to approve the agenda as

amended. Second by Lunde, mo-

tion carried.

The council considered the Sep-

tember 3, 2020 meeting minutes.

There was a motion by Kraft to ap-

prove the minutes of the September

3, 2020, regular council meeting.

Second by Lunde, all voting yes,

motion carried.

The council considered the Sep-

tember 8, 2020 budget hearing

meeting minutes. There was a mo-

tion by Albrecht to approve the

minutes of the September 8, 2020,

special budget hearing. Second by

Lunde, all voting yes, motion carried.

The council considered the Sep-

tember 18, 2020 special meeting

minutes. There was a motion by

Kraft to approve the minutes of the

September 18, 2020 special council

meeting. Second by Berg, all voting

yes, motion carried.

The council considered the Sep-

tember 22, 2020 special meeting

minutes. There was a motion by Al-

brecht to approve the minutes of the

September 22, 2020 special meet-

ing. Second by Lunde, all voting yes,

motion carried.

Bills Paid Since Last Meeting of

09/03/2020 $179,141.45

20833 Goltz Farms LLC $7,300.00

20834 B & M Laundry $54.22

20835 Convention & Visitors Bureau

$1,536.59 20836 Convention & Visi-

tors Bureau $4,337.08 20837 David

Bednarz $78.20 20838 Envision

$1,222.67 20839 First District Health

Unit $75.00 20840 Greg Boucher

$198.86 20841 Hawkins $2,301.12

20842 Heart of America Library

$6,293.71 20843 HESEB Unlimited

$128.80 20844 I Design Inc. $158.86

20845 Jeremiah Farmer $100.00

20846 John B Rose $100.00 20847

John Deere Financial $127.18 E-Ck

JP Morgan Chase $1,494.46 20848

Leevers $91.20 20849 MEDICO Life

Ins. $305.50 20850 NAPA Auto Part

$187.99 20851 ND Dept. of Health /

Chemistry $18.54 20852 ND Tele-

phone Company $751.31 20853

Northern Plains Electric Coop

$3,760.67 20854 Otter Tail Power

Company $9,644.19 20855 Pierce

County Tribune $490.12 20856

Rugby Job Authority $22,761.38

20857 Rugby Lawn & Tree Care

$1,000.00 20858 Rugby Park Dis-

trict $1,066.00 20859 Rugby Weld-

ing $186.85 20860 Staples $353.92

20861 Troy Munyer $149.79 2086

Valli Information Systems $639.01

20863 Van Diest Supply Co

$2,854.50 20864 Verizon Wireless

$80.02 20865 Ward County $517.00

E-Ck Wex Bank $572.10 ACH Pay-

roll Checks $59,943.80 Social Secu-

rity $9,712.82 Medicare Taxes

$2,271.58 Payroll Taxes $6,558.76

ACH $18,543.16 20866 AFLAC

$971.77 ACH NDPERS $385.00

ACH NDPERS $8,671.60 ACH San-

ford Health / NDPERS $16,083.60

20867 State Tax Commissioner

$2,466.25 20868 Jeremiah Farmer

$1,130.26 20869 State Tax Com-

missioner $9.17

Total Bills to be approved at

10/5/2020 Meeting $57,119.01

20870 Advanced Engineering

$25,867.75 20871 Aqua Pure Inc.

$2,475.00 20872 Associated Supply

Co. $4,762.66 20873 B & J Excavat-

ing $300.00 20874 Brad Radomski

$700.00 20875 Circle Sanitation

$211.00 20876 Core & Main LP

$3,086.90 20877 First District Health

Unit $75.00 20878 Home of Econo-

my $119.93 20879 Interstate Billing

Service $714.11 20880 Johnson’s

Plumbing $366.77 20881 Josey

Munson $610.56 20882 Locators &

Supplies Inc. $132.40 20883 MaxAirr

LLC $969.18 20884 MeBulbs or PQL

Inc. $435.10 20885 Michael Todd &

Co $876.41 20886 Minot Paving

Company Inc. $304.50 20887 NAPA

$54.96 20888 ND One Call Concept

$26.50 20889 Northern Plains Elec-

tric Co-Op 3,249.07 20890 Northern

States Supply $72.58 20891 Petty

Cash $4.65 20892 Pierce County

Auditor $3,412.50 20893 Rick Lar-

son $1,200.00 20894 Robert Spal-

linger $1,642.20 20895 Rugby

Broadcasters Inc. $81.00 20896

Rugby Farmers Union Elevator

$123.00 20897 Rugby Hardware

Hank $1,154.14 20898 Rugby

Lumber $442.60 20899 Rugby Ser-

vice Center $1,276.31 20900 Rugby

Veterinary Service $119.80 20901

Share Corporation $337.24 20902

Staples Credit Plan $313.43 20903

Streicher’s Inc. $238.57 20904 The

Computer Store $179.98 20905 Uni-

form Center $335.98 20906 Verizon

Wireless $429.26 20907 Vessco Inc.

$417.97

Grand Total All Bills Submitted for

10/5/2020: $236,260.46

The bills were reviewed by the coun-

cil. Bills were individually reviewed

by Albrecht and Lunde. There was

a motion by Albrecht to approve

payment of the bills as presented.

Second by Lunde, roll call vote,

Albrecht-yes, Lunde-yes, Kraft-yes,

Bednarz-yes, Berg-yes, LaRocque-

yes, and Trottier-yes, motion carried.

The financials and budget amend-

ments were reviewed by the council.

Stewart presented the cash report,

expenditure report and revenue re-

port to the Council. The budget

amendments were presented to the

council that included an increase to

revenue, Fund 1020- Buildings Capi-

tal Improvement for $ 235.31, in-

crease to expenditure, Fund 3540-

2009 City Wide Street Specials for

$466.08, increase to revenue, Fund

7040-Library for $817.05. There was

a motion by Albrecht to approve the

financials as presented and budget

amendments as follows: increase

to revenue, Fund 1020- Buildings

Capital Improvement for $ 235.31,

increase to expenditure, Fund 3540-

2009 City Wide Street Specials for

$466.08, increase to revenue, Fund

7040-Library for $817.05. Second

by Kraft, roll call vote, Albrecht-yes,

Lunde-yes, Kraft-yes, Bednarz-yes,

Berg-yes, LaRocque-yes, Longie-

yes, and Trottier-yes, motion carried.

The council considered the Sep-

tember 2020 Municipal Judges Re-

port. There was a motion by Berg to

approve the September 2020 Muni-

cipal Judges Report. Second by

Trottier, all voting yes, motion car-

ried.

Jim Olson, AE2S Project Manager,

addressed the council regarding

Plans and Specifications regarding

the 2 1/2 Ave and 6th St SE Project

to be complete in 2021. This would

allow AE2S to begin working on the

project over the winter to ensure that

the project is shovel ready in the

spring. There was a motion by Bed-

narz to approve plans and specifica-

tions to begin on the 2 1/2 Ave and

6th St SE project. Second by Trot-

tier, roll call vote, Albrecht- yes,

Lunde-yes, Kraft-yes, Bednarz-yes,

Berg-yes, LaRocque-yes, Trottier-

yes, motion carried.

Olson explained that the majority of

the USDA application is complete;

however they must designate a point

of contact. The point of contact must

be registered with USDA. Stewart is

registered with USDA. There was a

motion by Albrecht to designate

Stewart as the point of contact for

the USDA. Seconded by Lunde.

Discussion was held. LaRocque

questioned if Stewart would be sign-

ing off on expenditures. Olson ex-

plained that no expenses or funds

would be signed off on. Steinke be-

lieves that keeping the council in-

formed of the information Stewart is

passing onto AE2S would be impor-

tant. Steinke called for a vote, all

voting yes, motion carried.

Olson handed out pictures of the raw

water line and the repairs that have

been made by B & J Excavating.

This line carries water to the Water

Treatment Plant from wells 3, 4, 5,

6, 8 & 9. Olson explained that at the

next council meeting he plans on

bring a contour map to show the 17

air valves on the 6 mile line. He

would like to address air valves and

their importance with the council at

that time. He explained that at times

farmers knock these down, which

causes the valve to be inoperable.

This can cause problems in the wa-

ter line. Olson went on to explain

that there is always air in a waterline

and air valves help eliminate that air.

He told the council that the cost to

replace the line from the wells to the

plant would be $7-$10,000,000. Ol-

son addressed questions regarding

the pictures of the raw water line

repair that the council had.

Olson would like himself, the Mayor

and City Attorney to have a meeting

with McGuires regarding the sewer

line under their shop. Steinke

agreed. She thanked Olson for get-

ting a surveyor out to the raw water

line ground to help establish where

the cities easement was, to ensure

work continued to repair the water

line.

Laurie Odden, Convention and Visi-

tors Bureau, briefly addressed the

council with the current happenings.

Odden informed the council that the

new President is Ashley Berg and

Vice President is Jarett Lovcik.

There was a motion by Albrecht to

accept and approve the minutes and

financials of the CVB. Second by

Lunde, all voting yes, motion carried.

The council considered the minutes

and financials of the Job Develop-

ment Authority. There was a motion

by Kraft to approve the minutes and

financials of the JDA. Second by

Bednarz, all voting yes, motion car-

ried.

Steinke directed the council to the

resignation submitted by Liz Heisey,

Executive Director of the JDA. She

explained the JDA board would be

working that situation out next week.

The council reviewed a recommen-

dation from the Planning and Zoning

Committee regarding Outlot 557 of

SE 1/4 2-156-73 for Felice Anderson

Estate. The recommendation from

Planning and Zoning was to approve

the Outlot. There was a motion by

Albrecht to approve Outlot 557 of SE

1/4 2-156-73. Second by Kraft, all

voting yes, motion carried.

Recreation Committee: Chairman

Berg explained that the Drain Tile

Project is underway at the ball dia-

monds. He anticipated the project

would take three weeks. Bednarz

questioned Troy Munyer, Street and

Sewer Supervisor, if they had done

some digging with the mini excava-

tor for the contractor today. Munyer

explained that they had and the tile

was tied into the existing storm

drain. Bednarz instructed Munyer to

keep track of how many hours the

contractor puts on the mini excava-

tor. He feels that the contractor

should be billed for use of the

machinery, to be discussed at the

next Public Works Committee meet-

ing.

Finance Committee: Chairman Kraft

explained that they had discussed

the 2021 Budget.

Ordinance Committee: Committee

member Albrecht explained that they

worked on the Ordinances that will

be coming up later on the agenda.

Public Works Committee: Chairman

Bednarz explained that they will be-

gin picking up leaves. He discussed

the 50/50 Sidewalk Program. He ex-

plained there is $11,000 left this year

to utilize for that project. He stated

that since the program began 49

sidewalks have been replaced with

this program.

Public Safety Committee: Commit-

tee member LaRocque explained

that they had discussed parking

large vehicles in residential areas.

The ordinance prohibits this and the

committee recommended that sig-

nage be put up to enforce the ordi-

nance.

Bednarz questioned the burnt home

on the north side of Ellery Park.

Stewart explained that correspon-

dence has been sent twice and re-

ceived twice. The owner is working

on it.

Building: Chairman Berg explained

that they have been discussing

ideas and cost to remodel the first

floor of the Armory.

The Muni Code project was dis-

cussed under unfinished business.

Hartl explained that the project is go-

ing slow. He explained that Ms.

Monson has gone through most of

the ordinance chapters. He ex-

plained some of the obstacles that

the project has presented. He

hopes to have the project compete

by year end.

The council held the second reading

of Ordinance 428- Annual Appropria-

tions. There was a motion by Kraft

to approve the second reading of Or-

dinance 428. Second by Albrecht,

all voting yes, motion carried.

The council held the first reading of

Ordinance 429- General Provisions,

adding modular and manufactured

homes regulations as to what zones

they will be allowed as well as ship-

ping containers. There was a mo-

tion by Albrecht to approve the first

reading of Ordinance 429. Second-

ed by Lunde. Discussion was held

regarding the zoning that modular

and manufactured home would be

allowed as well as shipping con-

tainers. Steinke called for a vote, all

voting yes, motion carried.

The first reading of Ordinance 430 –

Definitions of Mobile Homes and or

manufactured home as well as

modular homes. There was a mo-

tion by Albrecht to approve the first

reading of Ordinance 430- Defini-

tions. Second by Kraft, all voting

yes, motion carried.

A certificate of dedication of streets

and easements was reviewed by the

council. This was from property

owners Gary Kirchofner, Joanne

Boucher, Krystal Meester, Elmer

Boucher and Anthony Schneibel, for

the south portion of Parkland Trailer

Court. Hartl explained that it is a

dedication of streets and ease-

ments; it appeared to be in order for

council consideration. There was a

motion by Bednarz to accept the

certificate of dedication of streets

and easements as presented.

Second by Lunde. LaRocque ques-

tioned if the comprehensive land use

plan required the street to have curb

and gutter. Hartl did not believe that

a street cannot be dedicated to the

public because of the comprehen-

sive land use plan.

LaRocque questioned the benefit to

the city to accept his certification of

dedication. Hartl referred that

answer to the committee that recom-

mended this. Bednarz explained that

the dedication of the streets was

probably missed back when the ori-

ginal plat was filed. LaRocque

questioned who is responsible if

there is a water line freeze up. Hartl

explained it would be the same as a

residential home, which the

homeowner is responsible from the

main to their home. Kraft explained

the first water meter is essentially

free; however the second is $250.

He explained that the question of

maintenance on this portion of the

mobile home court has always been

questioned and the city has main-

tained it. Steinke called for a vote.

All voting yes, motion carried.

The council reviewed the Open

Skating Agreement. There was a

motion by Berg to approve the Open

Skating Agreement. Second by Al-

brecht, all voting yes, motion carried.

The council considered a building

permit, from Pierce County, for Gary

Laughridge that is located in the

second half mile of the extraterritori-

al zoning. There was a motion by

Albrecht to approve the building per-

mit for Gary Laughridge. Second by

Kraft, all voting yes, motion carried.

Steinke presented abatement

2020-7 for a reduction in value due

to appraisal. There was a motion by

Berg to approve abatement 2020-7.

Second by Trottier, all voting yes,

motion carried.

The council reviewed correspon-

dence from the Good Samaritan

Health Services Foundation, re-

questing a letter of community sup-

port to replace one of the elevators

in the facility. There was a motion

by Albrecht to accept the certifica-

tion of significant community support

for the Heart of America Medical

Center’s elevator replacement.

Second by Bednarz, all voting yes,

motion carried.

Applications for Local Permit of Res-

tricted Event Permits were reviewed

for the following organizations,

HAMC Auxiliary for a raffle, Little

Flower CDA for a raffle and for Rug-

by First for a 50/50 raffle. Hartl ex-

plained he has reviewed all the ap-

plications and they are in order for

consideration by the council. There

was a motion by Albrecht to approve

the local permits for, HAMC Auxili-

ary for a raffle, Little Flower CDA for

a raffle and for Rugby First for a

50/50 raffle. Second by LaRocque,

all voting yes, motion carried.

The council considered the Arbor

Day Proclamation for October 10,

2020. There was a motion by Kraft

to approve the Arbor Day Proclama-

tion. Second by Lunde, all voting

yes, motion carried.

The council reviewed the notice to

bidders for rental of city owned agri-

cultural land. This includes a number

of parcels which are crop land, hay

land and pasture land. There was a

motion by Albrecht to accept the no-

tice to bidders for rental of city

owned agricultural land. Second by

LaRocque, all voting yes, motion

carried.

Steinke thanked Liz Heisey for all of

her service to the City of Rugby as

the current Executive Director of the

JDA and as a past City Auditor.

There being no further business to

transact or come before the Council

at this time, there was a motion by

Albrecht to adjourn the Council

Meeting. Second by Lunde all vot-

ing yes, motion carried. Meeting ad-

journed at 8:36p.m.

Susan Steinke, Mayor

ATTEST: Jennifer Stewart, City Au-

ditor

APPROVED: November 2, 2020

(November 7, 2020)

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