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<br />PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br />OF CASS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA <br /> <br />6023 <br /> <br />-----.- <br />~- ~:., 1l.!!'!_"'-f__...i!!:"'~HO_C.O:;~~~,jQo..ii:,,~D,~ ,Z211IUI ..::.__ <br /> <br />...-...-........-...--...---....-..---..-.- <br />~_._----~ <br /> <br />Also discussed at the last East Central County Commissioners Association meeting <br />was the standardization between counties of highway load limits. Mr. Grindberg stated <br />that it will be too late for him to change the wording on his signs this year. <br />In the future, Mr. Eckert suggested adopting the wording used by Barnes County which <br />states the number of tons per axle and the speed limit. Mr. Larson suggested that <br />the Sheriff be asked to attend the Commission meeting next week to discuss strict <br />enforcement of load limits when they are put into effect by the highway department. <br /> <br />. Correspondence was referred to the County Road Superintendent regarding hearings <br />.to be held by the North Cass Water Resource District on March 22nd in West Fargo <br />concerning proposed drainage in the ditches along County Road 26 in Gardner Township. <br /> <br />Mrs. <br />Road <br />call <br /> <br />Upon the recommendation of the County Road Superintendent, <br />Stanton seconded to award the bid received March 9th for a <br />Department to Ford Tractor of Fargo, Inc. in the amount of <br />vote, the motion carried unanimOUSly. <br /> <br />Mr. Larson moved and <br />used backhoe for the <br />$22,000.00. On roll <br /> <br />Mr. Arnold Larson from Fargo Township appeared in response to the Board's discussion <br />last week on the State law relating to the procedure for dissolving a township. <br />Mr. Larson stated that there are nine voting members in Fargo Township and they wish <br />to maintain their own identity as a township. Mrs. Stanton stated that according "to <br />State law, the County Commission cannot initiate any action to dissolve a township <br />unless they had a population of five or less. <br /> <br />The application for a dance permit at the Fairgrounds which was received on <br />March 2nd will be returned for the reason that a permit is not necessary since it will <br />not be a public dance. The States Attorney reported that he has revised the applica- <br />tion form to include a question on whether the dance will be public or private. <br />If it is private, a permit is not required. <br /> <br />Mrs. Stanton moved and Mr. Larson seconded to receive and file the Indemnity Bond <br />on Lost Instrument for Walburg Township, and authorize the County Auditor to issue <br />a duplicate check. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously. <br /> <br />Correspondence was read and committee reports were given. <br /> <br />On motion by Mr. Eckert~seconded by Mrs. Stanton, the meeting was adjourned. <br /> <br />REGULAR MEETING OF CASS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br /> <br />MARCH 23, 1982 <br /> <br />Chairman Wold called the meeting to order and upon roll call, all members were present. <br /> <br />Mrs. Stanton moved and Mr. Larson seconded that the minutes of the previous meeting <br />be approved as written. Motion carried. <br /> <br />Upon the recommendation of Steve Grindberg, County Road Superintendent, <br />Mr. Hendrickson moved and Mrs. Stanton seconded that the Chairman be authorized to <br />sign the approval for Brian D. Barker of Gardner to drain water along the County Road 26 <br />road ditch in Section 33, Kinyon Township. On roll call vote, the motion carried <br />unanimously. <br /> <br />Upon the recommendation of Mr. Grindberg, Mr. Hendrickson moved and Mrs. Stanton <br />seconded that the Chairman be authorized to sign the approval for Gregory Barker <br />to drain water along the County Road 26 road ditch in Section 4, Gardner Township. <br />On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously. <br /> <br />Mr. Grindberg stated that spring road restrictions will be placed on County roads <br />beginning at midnight tonight. The Board discussed enforcement of load limits with the <br />Sheriff's bepartment, who has a portable weigh scale~ <br /> <br />Deborah Korsmo appeared before the Board to report on her position as <br />County Superintendent of Schools. She reported her activities beginning from the date <br />she was first appointed by the County Commission, and she is recommending that the <br />office be considered a full-time position. The matter was placed on the agenda for <br />next week and the Board will study the information submitted by Mrs. Korsmo. <br /> <br />Representatives of the Forest River paving project, including Attorney Katherine <br />Sasseville, Engineer Steve Dewald and Bond Consultant John Arntson, appeared before <br />the Board with a recommendation that the County Commission divide the special road <br />improvement district into two funding districts and award the bid to the Northern <br />Improvement Company in the amount of $122,000.00 on the southern portion of the project, <br />excluding the paving in Chrisan North. <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />---, <br />I <br />IHighway load <br />j'limits discussed <br />,by counties at <br />lEast Central mtg. <br />I <br />, <br />I <br />I <br />, <br />i" h' <br />IDralnage earlngs <br />ito be held <br /> <br /> <br />IBid for used <br />backhoe awarded <br />Ito Ford Tractor <br />IOf Fargo, Inc. <br /> <br />IFargo Township <br />Iwishes to main- <br />itain their own <br />jidentity <br />I <br />I <br />I <br />I <br />I , <br />jDance permlt not <br />Inecessary at the <br />jFairgrounds becaus <br />lit will not be <br />jpublic <br />I <br />!Lost Instr. Bond <br />ifor Walburg Twp. <br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />i <br /> <br />I <br />, <br />i <br /> <br /> <br />IChm. <br /> <br />auth. to <br />! sign drainage <br />:permit for Brian <br />iBarker in Kinyon <br />jTwp. <br />I <br />IChm. auth. to <br />i sign drainage <br />Ipermit in Gardner <br />iTwP. <br />I <br /> <br />!Disc. on enforce- <br />iment of spring <br />iroad restric. <br /> <br />i <br />I <br />IReport by Co. <br />lSupt. of Schools- <br />:recomm. that the <br />IPosition be cons. <br />I fUll-time <br />i <br />I d' <br />jRecommen atlon <br />ion Forest River <br />!Paving project <br />