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<br />6n3~~ <br /> <br /> <br />PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br />OF CASS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA <br /> <br />"-- - ._- "--"~-~'_."-.,_.' <br /> <br />I' <br />I <br />I <br /> <br />i <br />I <br />I <br />i <br />~ <br />, <br />! <br />I Mrs. StanDon moved and Mr. Larson seconded that the minutes of the previous meeting <br />Ibe approved as written. Motion carried. <br />I <br />I M~. ,Larson ~oved and Mrs. Stantonsec~nded that the Chairman be authorized to sign <br />:the utlllty permlts for Cass County Electrlc to bury cable under County Road 17 in <br />iReed Township. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously. <br /> <br />i <br />Rd. Supt. to ins~. Mr. Hendrickson moved and Mrs. Stanton seconded that the County Road Superintendent <br />2 overhead doors !be authorized to install two more overhead doors at the County Shop.' On roll call vote, <br />the motion carried unanimously. <br /> <br />I <br />Rd. Supt. to pur, Mrs. Stanton moved and Mr. Larson seconded that the County Road Superintendent <br />chase 2 mowers Ibe authorized to purchase two rotary mowers for the Road Department. On roll call vote, <br />I the motion carried unanimously. <br /> <br />Corres. on bridgJ A letter was referred to the Road Superintendent concerning the County's participation <br />inspections i in bridge inspections on off-system roads to be conducted in 1982. <br />i <br /> <br />i Discussion was again held on the bridge replacement between Sections 9-16, Pleasant <br />I Township, which was approved by the Board on April 20, 1982. Mr. Bob Muscha from the <br />I Houston Engineering Company who did the hydraulics study on the project was present. <br />:Also present was Mrs. Robert Cossette and her Attorney Shelley Lashkowitz. <br />I <br />, <br /> <br />Cass Co. Elec. <br />auth. to bury <br />cable <br /> <br />Bridge replace- <br />ment betwn <br />Sections 9-16, <br />Pleasant Twp. <br />discussed--Bd's <br />motion stands <br />to replace the <br />bridge <br /> <br />~ <br />i <br />Shff. Dept to I <br />adv. for bids for! <br />sale of used ca~ <br />! <br />Supt. of Schools! <br />discussed changes: <br />, I <br />In School Reorg'i <br />committee--three\ <br />new appoihtments <br />made by Supt. of <br />Schools and , <br />confirmed by I <br />Co. Commission : <br />i <br />~ <br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />I <br />I <br />Supt. of Schools! <br />office hours & I <br />personnel disc. <br /> <br />.!~I(lHi""'Kil"(j'-co-;; P""GO,~N-:il.- t2:6!~ <br /> <br />REGULAR MEETING OF CASS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br /> <br />MAY 18, 1982 <br /> <br />Chairman Wold called the meeting to order and upon roll call, all members were present. <br /> <br />Mr. Muscha informed the Commission that the culvert which is replacing the bridge <br />not help the flooding problem which the Cossette's have, but it will make the road <br />for transportation. <br /> <br />I <br />I will <br />i safe <br />I <br />i Attorney Lashkowitz stated that it is his opinion that the one culvert will impede <br />: the flow of water and cause more flooding on the Cossettes. Houston Engineering <br />maintains that the Cossettes' farm buildings become flooded as soon as the water <br />goes over the road anyway. Mrs. Wold stated that the County is not talking about solving <br />water problems but is trying to make a safe crossing. <br /> <br />Mr. Larry Richard, who lives in the area, addressed the Commission and stated that <br />he is in the process of building an earth dike around his buildings which he feels is the <br />only way to protect his property in times of high water. <br /> <br />Mrs. Robert Cossette stated that the township h~s discussed raising the level of the <br />road which would create more water problems for them. Mr. Jerome Nipstad from the <br />Pleasant TQwnship Board of Supervisors was present, and stated that the township has no <br />plans to raise this road. However, Attorney Lashkowitz rebutted that there will be a <br />I different Township Board 5 years from now. Mrs. Wold stated that at such time that the <br />, township would desire to build up the road, she felt the County should be informed and <br />included in discussions at that time. <br /> <br />There being no further discussion, the Board's motion of April 20, 1982, stands <br />to replace the bridge with one 7'7" by 11'10" culvert as recommended by the engineers <br />for the project. <br /> <br />Mr. Larson moved and Mr. Hendrickson seconded that the Sheriff's Department <br />be authorized to advertise for the sale of used patrol cars which have been stored <br />at the Road Department Shop. On roll call vote, the motion carried unanimously. <br /> <br />Deborah Korsmo, County Superintendent of Schools, presented three names <br />for appointment to the Cass County School Reorganization Committee, the membership <br />of which is being changed due to the redistricting plan adopted on November 24, 1981, <br />for Cass County Commissioners to be elected by districts. Mrs. Korsmo stated that <br />three of the present School Reorganization Committee members must be replaced by <br />people from unrepresented districts. The three members leaving are Ralph Cameron, <br />H. G. Poulson and James E. Lee. <br /> <br />Mrs. Stanton moved and Mr. Hendrickson seconded to confirm the appoitments <br />made by the Superintendent of Schools for R.D. Brown to serve from District #2 for a <br />term ending December 31, 1982; Shirley Sinclair to serve from District #3 for a term <br />ending December 31, 1982; and Joan MacDonald to serve from District #1 for a term <br />ending December 31, 1983, on the Cass County School Reorganization Committee. <br />On roll call vote, the motion carried with Mr. Eckert opposing. <br /> <br />Discussion was held with the Superintendent of Schools on office hours and <br />personnel in her department. Mrs. Wold suggested discussing personnel matters <br />at budget time. <br />