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<br />PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br />OF CASS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA <br /> <br />,",:" ---:=--.-.-=itH"iHi"-.ltil.t."G.cO;,...."GO;.u;-O.;.. ZU8J5 <br /> <br />--_. __._m. ,_,_,__,_.__ .,__. . _ .M......___. ""__0._", ...__ .._n_...m_. ...."... __.." ___".".'__"'_'__'0' __________ <br />--_.._,.._--_....__._----_.._--_...._.__.._---_._-.~----- <br /> <br />-.,..-..-----..--.- ., __. -....,.. -0. ____._.~ .._._..__'__h____,.___~_______.____, .__.___,..._. .. <br /> <br />G15ci <br /> <br />Mr. Larson moved and Mr. Sondrall seconded to deny the leasing of the 'Red River Valley <br />Fairgrounds property for a zoo until such time that they show fiscal responsibility to take care of <br />the operation for the next 10-20 years. However, Mr. Wieland felt that such action by the <br />Commission is not appropriate at this time. He stated that the Red River Valley Fair Association <br />asked for comments from the Commission, and he suggested expressing concerns to the Fair Board <br />on the financing of the operation and that no mortgages or liens should go against the County <br />property. <br /> <br />, Discussion continued on the motion. Mr. Misheski presented a packet of information containing <br />.a 1984 and '1985 proposed budget for the zoo and 1985 animal maintenance cost along with copies of <br />letters of support for the zoo. <br /> <br />The Commission decided to refer the issue on the zoo back to the Red River Valley Fair <br />Association. Mr. Wieland stated that they are well aware of the Commission's actions. Mr. Larson <br />withdrew his motion and Mr. Sondrall withdrew his second. <br /> <br />Mr. Larson moved and Mr. Eckert seconded to receive and file the Indemnity Bond on Lost <br />Instrument for Stanley Township and authorize the County Auditor to issue a duplicate check. On <br />roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously. <br /> <br />Lost I nstr. Bond <br />for Stanley Twp. <br /> <br />Mr. Wieland moved and Mr. Larson seconded that the County Auditor and the Administrative <br />Assistant be authorized to go to Minot, North Dakota, next week to observe the operation of the <br />voting system for thei I' city election, which is the same voting system recently purchased by Cass <br />County. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously. <br /> <br />Co. Aud. & Adm.Asst <br />auth. to observe <br />operation of voting <br />system in Minot <br /> <br />Jim Thoreson from the Cass County Sheriff's Department presented five Applications for <br />Special Permit to Sell Alcoholic Beverages at a Special Event at Designated Premises, all events to <br />be held at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds. Mr. Larson moved and Mr. Eckert seconded that the <br />County Auditor be authorized to sign the Special Permits for a Tractor and 4-wheel drive <br />pickup pull on the date of April 13 and 14, 1984; for an IRA Rodeo and public dance on May 11 <br />and 12, 1984; for Red River Valley Fair grandstand events on July 12, 13, 14, 16 and 17, 1984; for <br />the Red River Valley Fair in the Pizza Building on July 12, 13, 14, 16 and 17, 1984; and for the <br />Big Iron Show on September 11, 12 and 13, 1984. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously. <br /> <br />Permits granted for <br />selling alcoholic bev. <br />at special events at <br />the Fairgrounds <br /> <br />Mr. Larson moved and Mr. Wieland seconded to approve two Dance Permit Applications for the <br />IRA Rodeo on May 11 and 12, 1984 , and the NDSU West High Rise Dormitory on May 5, 1984, both <br />at the Commercial Building, Red River Valley Fairgrounds. On roll call vote, the motion carried <br />unanimously. <br /> <br />Dance Permit appl. <br />for IRA Rodeo & for <br />NDSU West High Rise <br /> <br />On motion by Mr. Larson and seconded by Mr. Wieland, the meeting was adjourned. <br /> <br />ATTEST: <br /> <br />APPROVED: , <br /> <br />S>:~'p~/~~ <br /> <br />{f!;;~ ~ <br /> <br />Ordelle Brua - County Auditor <br />Cass County, North Dakota <br /> <br />Jeannette Stanton, Chairman <br />Cass County Board of Commissioners <br /> <br />REGULAR MEETING OF CASS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br /> <br />APRIL 3, 1984 <br /> <br />Chairman Stanton called the meeting to order with fOllr members present, Ray Larson being <br />absent. <br /> <br />Mr. Eckert moved and Mr. Wieland seconded that the minutes of the previous meeting be <br />approved as written. Motion carried. <br /> <br />The Chairman read letters from the Chaffee~Lynchburg Farmers Elevator and the Prosper <br />Farmers Co-operative Elevator encouraging and supporting the concept of a referendum on the <br />issue of a mill levy for the County road and bridge fund. These letters are in response to a <br />presentation made to the Commission last week by the County Road Superintendent and the <br />Administrative Assistant on the condition of Cass County's roads and bridges'. <br /> <br />Proposed County <br />road and bridge fund- <br />letters of support <br /> <br />Steve Grindberg, County Road Superintendent, received a Notice of Letting from the State <br />Highway Department for bridge replacement in Sections 14-23, Noble Township, to be held on <br />April 27, 1984, at 9: 30 A.M. This project will be on a matching basis with the Federal <br />Government paying 80% and the County paying 20%. Sixty percent of Cass County's share will be <br />reimbursed by the North Cass Water Resource District. <br /> <br />St. Hwy. Deptn <br />Notice of letting on <br />bridge replacement <br />in Noble Twp. <br /> <br />Mr. Grindberg reported that a bridge between Sections 7-8, Addison Township, and a <br />bridge between Sections 24-19, Raymond-Reed Townships, were destroyed because of high water <br />and ice problems. He estimated that it would cost about $15,000.00 to repair the bridge in <br />Addison Township. He stated that he will be discussing the possibility of eliminating the bridge <br />between Raymond-Reed Township with the respective township boards, and will come back with a <br />recommendation to the Commission. <br /> <br />Bridges damaged <br />due to high water <br />and ice problems <br /> <br /> <br />