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PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF SALE OF PROPERTY PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a private sale of all property will be held on Monday, May 11, 2009 at 1100 Industrial Drive, Bismarck, ND 58501 for storage units leased by the following tenants of Bismarck Storage LLC/Property 94: Cody Bauer, Steve Brosseau,Amelia Byzewski, David Chartraw, Spencer Curtiss, Danette Davis,April Heck, Karen Iverson, Casey Maley, Justin Morast, Mona Morris and Matthew Odegard. This private sale is cash and carry, all sales final. 4/27 & 5/4 - 603936

AVAILABILITY OF INSPECTION OF JOHN A. KOZEL CHARITABLE TRUST ANNUAL RETURN The annual returns of the John A. Kozel Charitable Trust for the taxable years ended December 31, 1986 through December 31, 2008, inclusive, are available for inspection by any citizen at the office of Tschider & Smith Attorneys, 418 E. Rosser Avenue, Suite 200, Bismarck, North Dakota (Telephone Number 701-258-4000) during normal business hours within one hundred eighty (180) days of this date. The principal trustee of the trust is William J. Kozel (701-255-3180). 4/27 - 603934

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON A PETITION FOR VACATION OF FUTURE STREET EASEMENT Notice is hereby given that there has been filed by the order of the Board of County Commissioners of Burleigh County, North Dakota, with the Community Development Department, thereof, a petition to vacate the future street easement located between Lots 9 & 10, Block 1, Brookfield Estates. Notice is further given that the Board of County Commissioners will conduct a public hearing on Monday, May 4, 2009, at 5:15 p.m. in the Tom Baker Meeting Room of the City/County Office Building at 221 North 5th Street, Bismarck, North Dakota to consider said matter and to hear testimony and evidence to persons interested therein. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Burleigh County, North Dakota Attest: Carl Hokenstad Director of Community Development Dated this 13th day of April 2009 4/20,27 - 603911

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Notice is hereby given that the Bismarck Police Department will sell certain abandoned motor vehicles, abandoned personal property, and City of Bismarck surplus property to the highest bidder at public auction on May 9, 2009. The property will be sold at the Bismarck Police Impound Lot located at 2011 North 52nd Street.The sale starts promptly at 9:00 a.m. CDT. A list of the property for sale can be viewed at the Bismarck Police Department, 700 South 9th Street, City Hall, 221 North 5th Street, or the Impound Lot at 2011 North 52nd Street. Terms of sale are payment in full, in cash or check, before removing the property from the premises. Photo identification is required to obtain a bidder number. Gates will close at 5:00 p.m. CDT and purchased property should be removed by that time. Dated this 3rd day of March, 2009. /s/Keith Witt KEITH WITT Chief of Police Bismarck Police Department 4/20,27 - 603910

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA COUNTY OF BURLEIGH BEFORE THE STATE CREDIT UNION BOARD In the Matter of the Application of ) Priests Credit Union, Fargo, ) North Dakota, to Expand its ) Field of Membership ) LEGAL NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Priests Credit Union, Fargo, North Dakota, a closed charter credit union, has made application to the State Credit Union Board to expand its field of membership. The credit union's current field of membership is limited to those who are presbyters incardinated in, and or serving in the Diocese of Fargo.The credit union is proposing to expand its field of membership to all Catholics who live in the State of North Dakota. FURTHER PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the State Credit Union Board will act on the application at a meeting to be held at 9:30 a.m., June 5, 2009, in the Conference Room, Department of Financial Institutions, 2000 Schafer Street, Suite G, Bismarck, North Dakota.The Board may order a hearing on the application, when it believes it to be in the public interest. FURTHER, written comments may be submitted to the State Credit Union Board concerning the application or a written request for an opportunity to be heard before the Board by contacting the Department of Financial Institutions, 2000 Schafer Street, Suite G, Bismarck, ND 58501-1204, or by calling 701-328-9933. All written comments or written requests for an opportunity to be heard before the Board must be received no later than June 2, 2009.

Dated this 22nd day of April, 2009. /s/Robert J. Entringer Robert J. Entringer, Secretary State Credit Union Board 4/27 - 603938

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS (Sec. 11-11-26 & 24-05-04 NDCC) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Burleigh County Board of Commissioners, Burleigh County, North Dakota will accept bids until May 14, 2009 at 4:00 P.M. CDT. Bids will be opened and read at that time in the 1st Floor Conference room of the City/County Building, located at 221 North 5th Street in Bismarck, ND. The results and final disposition of the bid opening will be presented to the County Commission on Monday, May 18th, 2009, beginning approximately at 5:00 P.M. in the Tom Baker room of the City/County building, for the following item: 2009 County Wide Chip Seal Package. Proposed work consists of a seal coating 5 areas throughout Burleigh County. All seal coat sites are located within twenty (20) miles of the City of Bismarck, utilizing the following approximate main component quantities: 1 Lump Sum Contract Bond Approximately 31,150 Gallons CRS-2P Emulsified Asphalt Approximately 4,265 Gallons CSS-1H Emulsified Asphalt Approximately 888 Ton Cover Coat Material CL.41 1 Lump Sum Mobilization Approximately 716 Traffic Control Units Approximately 20,216 Linear Feet Pavement Marking 4” Line Bid packets shall include 2 separate envelopes, the outside envelope containing a current copy of Contractor's License and a 5% Bidders Bond with the second envelope containing the bid form. Further information, Detailed Plans, Bidding Documents, etc., are available from the Burleigh County Engineer, Address: 2000 North 52nd Street, Bismarck, ND 58501. Phone: 701-221-6870. All bids must be upon the basis of cash payment for the work and materials and must be sealed and accompanied by a Bidder's Bond (5% of amount bid), complying with said plans and specifications and with Sections 11-11-27 and 11-11-28, inclusive North Dakota Century Code, as amended, and must be delivered or mailed to Burleigh County Auditor, P.O. Box 5518, Bismarck, ND 58506-5518, to arrive prior to the above stated time of opening. Work on said improvement is to be completed by September 1st, 2009. The successful Bidder will be required to provide proof of insurance and a Performance Bond prior to award of Contract. The Burleigh County Commission reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive any irregularities, and to hold all for a period not exceeding 30 days after the date of opening. DATED THIS 6th DAY OF APRIL, 2009 BY ORDER OF THE BURLEIGH COUNTY COMMISSION Kevin J. Glatt Burleigh County Auditor 4/27 & 5/4 - 603935

ADVERTISEMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION BIDS City of Garrison Owner 1 Central Avenue W Box 459 Garrison, ND 58540 Telephone: (701) 463-2600 Separate sealed bids for construction of the City of Garrison Water System Treatment and Transmission Improvements Contract 2009-1 will be received by the City of Garrison until 7:00 P.M., Local Time on the 28th day of May, 2009 and will be publicly opened and read aloud at a special meeting of the Garrison City Council on the same date which begins at 7:00 P.M. The scope of work consists of providing and installing two (2) 50 hp vertical turbine pumps and ventilation fan at the city’s raw water intake. Providing and installing two (2) 40 hp vertical turbine pumps, 14 ton external carbon dioxide storage tank and pressurized solution feed system, backwash recycle pump and piping, exhaust fans, unit heaters, monochloramine analyzer, 3 hp sludge pit pump, associated piping, meters, fittings and valves at the city water treatment facility. Demolition and removal of iron and manganese removal systems, installation of ammonium sulfate feed system, piping, fittings and meters at the city’s high service pumping facility. Each BID must be accompanied by a separate envelope containing a BIDDER’s Bond equal to five percent (5%) or Cashiers Check in a sum equal to five percent (5%) of the full amount of the BID, executed by the BIDDER as Principal and by a SURETY, conditioned that if the Principal’s BID is accepted and the CONTRACT awarded to the Principal, the Principal, within fifteen days after notice of award, shall execute a CONTRACT in accordance with terms of the BID and a CONTRACTOR’s BOND as required by law and the regulations and determinations of the City of Garrison. Bidders on this work will be required to comply with the Presidents Executive Order No. 11246, as amended.The requirements for bidders and contractors under this order are explained in the contract

documents. Bidders on this work will be required to comply with Title 40 CFR 35.3145(d). The requirements for bidders and contractors under this regulation concern utilization of Minority Business Enterprises (MBE), Women’s Business Enterprises (WBE), and Small Business Enterprises (SBE) and are explained in the contract documents. The goal for MBE is 1% of the total dollar value of the project. The goal for WBE is 2% of the total dollar value of the project. Contractors will be required to clarify that they have not been debarred or suspended pursuant to Executive Order 12549. The Owner reserves the right to hold all bids for a period of forty-five (45) days after the date fixed for the opening thereof, and reject any and all bids, and to award the Contract, if awarded, to the Contractor with the Bid that is determined to be in the best interest and most advantageous to the Owner. PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS (Contract Documents) are on file at the offices of City of Garrison, North Dakota and Bartlett & West Inc., Bismarck., North Dakota, where they may be seen and examined between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:30 P.M., local time, Monday through Friday. Address of Engineer's office is: BARTLETT & WEST, INC. 3456 East Century Avenue P.O. Box 1077 Bismarck, ND 58502-1077 Telephone (701) 258-1110 Fax: (701) 258-1111 The Engineer will furnish to any prospective BIDDER a copy of such PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS (Contract Documents) upon receipt of $50 for each set of documents. Checks shall be made payable to Bartlett & West, Inc. No refunds will be made. Dated this 20th day of April, 2009 /s/David Reinarts Mayor 4/27 & 5/4,11 - 603937

NOTICE for PUBLIC COMMENT Allotments 1-5 Vegetative Management USDA-Forest Service Dakota Prairie Grasslands-Grand River Ranger District Perkins County, South Dakota The Environmental Assessment (EA) for this project is available for public review and comment. The project area is generally located southwest of Lemmon, South Dakota or south of Hettinger, North Dakota. The purpose of this project is to revise vegetative management guidelines for the following grazing allotments: 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 2C-east, 2C-west, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5Bnorth, 5B-south, 5C, Dyson, Erlandson, Evridge, Gunn, Krisle, Herm, Hermann, and Smith allotments. This will meet the intent of the Rescissions Act of 1995. The proposed action includes grazing, prescribed burning, mowing, native tree and shrub establishment, exotic tree and shrub removal, native flora reestablishment, cattletrail rehabilitation, and the update and expansion of water sources, fences, and exclosures. In specified allotments, grazing rotations and stocking rates would be modified to increase the likelihood of achieving Grasslands Plan goals and objectives. The Responsible Official for this project is Joby P.Timm, Grand River District Ranger. Four alternatives were analyzed in detail in the Allotments 1-5 Vegetative Management Environmental Assessment. Comments on this EA are requested from you and other reviewers. The Responsible Official will consider all public comments before making a decision. In submitting comments, please provide specific facts along with supporting reasons that you believe should be considered by the Responsible Official in reaching a decision. Comments may be submitted in writing, orally, or through electronic means. In order to retain your administrative appeal rights, you must provide substantive comments during the comment period. For appeal eligibility, each individual or representative from each organization submitting substantive comments must either sign the comments or verify identity upon request. Comments received in response to this solicitation, including names and addresses of those who comment, will be considered part of the public record and will be available for public inspection. This legal notice will be published in the newspaper of record. The comment period will start on the day following publication of the legal notice and ends at 11:59 p.m. on the 30th calendar day after the legal notice has been published. When the time period expires on a Saturday, Sunday, or Federal holiday, comments shall be accepted until the end of the next Federal working day. An open house will be held from 5:00 to 7:00 PM MT at the Grand River Ranger District office, 1005 5th Ave West, in Lemmon, SD, on May 6, 2009. Comments can also be submitted at this time To request a copy of the EA contact Paul Drayton by phone at 605-374-3592, or at the address below. Send written comments to: Grand River Ranger District ATTN: Paul Drayton PO Box 390 Lemmon, SD 57638 Written comments must be postmarked, emailed, faxed, or otherwise submitted by 11:59 p.m. at the end of the 30-day comment period. Hand delivered comments

must be time and date imprinted at the correct Responsible Official’s office by the close of business on the 30th calendar day following publication of the legal notice. The Grand River Ranger District office hours are 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Oral comments must be provided at the Responsible Official’s office during normal business hours via telephone or in person, or if during non-business hours, must be at an official agency function (such as a public meeting), which is designed to elicit public comment. Electronic comments may be submitted to comments-northern-dakota-prairie-grandriver@fs.fed.us. The subject line must contain the name of the project for which you are submitting comments. Acceptable formats are MS Word, Word Perfect, or RTF. For electronically mailed comments, the sender should normally receive an automated electronic acknowledgement form the agency as confirmation of receipt. If the sender does not receive an automated acknowledgement of the receipt of comments, it is the sender’s responsibility to ensure timely receipt by other means. 4/27 - 603933

BISMARCK BOARD OF CITY COMMISSIONERS UNOFFICIAL MINUTES OF APRIL 14, 2009 The Board of City Commissioners met as the BOARD OF EQUALIZATION on April 14, 2009 with the following present: Sprynczynatyk, Schwab, Seminary, Grossman and Warford. Deb Goodsell, Acting City Assessor, requested the board recess and reconvene on May 12, 2009. Grossman moved to recess and reconvene on May 12. Seminary seconded. All members voted Aye. The motion carried. The Board of Equalization adjourned and reconvened as the Board of City Commissioners in regular session on April 14, 2009 with the following present: Sprynczynatyk, Schwab, Seminary, Grossman and Warford. 1. Approve minutes of special meeting on March 23, regular meeting on March 24 and special meeting on April 7, 2009. Seminary requested minutes of March 24 meeting be amended to show that Jason Tomanek, Planner, appeared but did not speak on the Renaissance Zone items. Schwab requested the minutes of April 7 meeting be amended to show that Seminary was not present at the meeting and therefore, could not vote. Sprynczynatyk moved to approve the amended minutes. Schwab seconded. All members voted Aye.The motion carried. 2. CONSENT AGENDA: A. Accounts payable vouchers 901517 to 901825 and payroll vouchers 245602 to 245880. B. Personnel actions. C. Applications for tax abatement for 2519 N Washington Street; 706 N 23rd Street. D. Reappointment to the Board of Adjustment. E. Police Dept: PYB to solicit donations for 2009 Wilderness Outing Program and the Cops & Kids Fishing Derby; sell surplus, obsolete and found property at the police auction; apply for a JAG grant through the US Bureau of Justice Assistance. F. Service Ops: not enter into repurchase option with BOMAG for compactor purchased in December 2008. Item pulled for further discussion. G. Hearing on application from Ft Abraham Lincoln Foundation to locate new Class H liquor license on the Missouri Riverboat. H. Hearing on request from LSCO, LLC to locate new Class B liquor license at 2301 University Dr, Bldg 17. I. Traffic Engineer: Supporting Our Troops place yellow ribbons on light standards in the Central Business District; Federation of Families to place ribbons on light standards in the downtown area; BSC to close Schafer St between College Dr and Edwards Ave. J. Sewer Improvement District 521/Water Improvement District 314 moved after annexation of Sattler’s Sunrise 7th Addition. K. Public hearings on Ordinance 5714 relating to health and sanitation and Ordinance 5715 relating to weed control, authority. Grossman moved to approve consent agenda except Items F and J. Seminary seconded.All members voted Aye.The motion carried. F. Service Ops: not enter into repurchase option with BOMAG for compactor purchased in December. J. Sewer Improvement District 521/Water Improvement District 314 moved to Item 8.5 for consideration after the annexation of Sattler’s Sunrise 7th Addition. Grossman moved to approve Items F and J. Seminary seconded. All members voted Aye. The motion carried. REGULAR AGENDA 3. Bismarck Recycling Task Force: Jeff Heintz, Director of Service Operations, presented primary and secondary recommendations of the Recycling Task Force and the next steps. Seminary moved to receive the report. Sprynczynatyk seconded. Members voting Aye were Sprynczynatyk, Seminary, Grossman and Warford. Nayes: Schwab, the motion carried. 4. Hearing on the David Wurtz appeal of the Board of Adjustment denial of variance for Lot 3, Block 4, Skyline Estates. Item pulled from the agenda. 5. Hearing on bonds for the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society. Mindy Marcus, Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society, appeared seeking approval of the issuance for acquisition, construction, improvement, equipping and remodeling a skilled nursing facility at 316

Versailles Avenue. She stated that the city has no financial obligation regarding the health facilities revenue bonds. Grossman moved to approve the request. Sprynczynatyk seconded. All members voted Aye.The motion carried. 6. Hearing: Ordinance 5711 - zoning change from RM15-Residential to R10-Residential and approve the minor subdivision final plat for Edgewood Village 3rd Addition. Schwab moved to adopt the ordinance and approve the minor subdivision final plat. Seminary seconded. All members voted Aye. The motion carried. 7. Hearing: Ordinance 5712 - zoning change from A-Agricultural to R5-Residential and P-Public and approval of final plat for Sattler’s Sunrise 8th Addition. Grossman moved to adopt the ordinance and approve the final plat. Seminary seconded. All members voted Aye.The motion carried. 8. Hearing: Ordinance 5713 - annexation of Sattler’s Sunrise 7th Addition. Sprynczynatyk moved to adopt the ordinance. Seminary seconded. All members voted Aye.The motion carried. 8.5. Create Water Improvement District 314/Sewer Improvement District 521. Schwab introduced the Resolution Creating and Ordering the Preparation of a Preliminary Report; Resolution Approving Preliminary Report and Directing the Preparation of Plans and Specifications; Resolution Approving Plans and Specifications; Resolution Directing Advertisement for Bids and moved their adoption. Seminary seconded the motion on the resolutions. All members voted Aye. The motion carried and resolutions were declared adopted. 19. Municipal Court remodel project. Bill Wocken, City Administrator, stated that bids received were above the estimates and requested authorization to increase the project budget by $46,500 from the building construction reserves in the General Fund cash balance. He requested that $6000 of the court budget be transferred to this project to pay for an additional work station. He suggested the bids be awarded to the apparent low bidders with all alternates, except alternate G-1 in the general construction project. Grossman made a motion to approve the requests. Sprynczynatyk seconded. All members voted Aye.The motion carried. 9. Street Improvement District 414. Bids received from Mariner Construction5,032,247.17; Northern Improvement4,594,316.90; Quam Construction4,807,956.90. Sprynczynatyk introduced the Resolution Receiving Bids and Ordering Preparation of Engineer's Statement; Resolution Determining Insufficiency of Protests; Resolution Awarding Contract for the Construction to Northern Improvement of Bismarck, North Dakota, for $4,594,316.90. Seminary seconded the motion on the resolution. All members voted Aye. The motion carried and resolutions were declared adopted. 10. Street Improvement District 416. Bids received from Edling Electric-319,423.01; Don’s Electric-321,859.13; Strata Corporation-376,719.15. Schwab introduced the Resolution Receiving Bids and Ordering Preparation of Engineer's Statement. The Special Assessment Analyst reported that the only protests so filed were Bruce Sowka – 2504 E Capitol Ave; Mathew Dean Krogen – 2403 E Capitol Ave. Schwab introduced the Resolution Determining Insufficiency of Protests; Sprynczynatyk seconded the motion. All members voted Aye. The motion carried and resolution was declared adopted. Mel Bullinger, City Engineer, recommended that the bid be awarded to Don’s Electric excluding Unit 4 because a majority of impacted property owners protested. Schwab introduced the Resolution Awarding Contract to Don’s Electric for $319,423.01. Sprynczynatyk seconded the motion.All members voted Aye.The motion carried and resolution was declared adopted. 11. Request to use Cathedral District Plaque Image/Arching Tree Icon. Mel Bullinger, City Engineer, stated that Preservation ND is holding their Annual Conference and they wish to use this icon on a tour brochure. He also requested authorization to trademark the arching tree icon used as the metal artwork for the entrance piers to the Cathedral Area Historic District. Seminary moved to approve the request. Schwab seconded. All members voted Aye.The motion carried. 12. Engineering consultant services with KLJ, Inc. for Canary Ave. Tom Kary, City Engineering Assistant Administrator, stated that the agreement is for design and construction of Canary Ave and the estimated construction cost is $1.3 million. He stated that after city projects for 2009 are bid and under construction; city staff may be able to complete the construction engineering services. Sprynczynatyk moved to approve the request. Grossman seconded. Members voting Aye were Sprynczynatyk, Schwab, Grossman and Warford. The motion carried. Seminary abstained. 13. Exemption of improvements and/or additions to commercial and residential properties. Sprynczynatyk moved to approve the request. Grossman seconded. Members voting Aye were Sprynczynatyk, Seminary, Grossman and Warford. Nayes: Schwab, the motion carried. 14. Police Dept: apply for COPS Hiring Recovery Program grant through the US Dept of Justice. Keith Witt, Police Chief, stated that the COPS Office announced funding to address personnel needs of

state, local and tribal law enforcement. There is no local match requirement for CHRP because grants provide 100% funding for entry-level salary and benefit costs for three years for newly-hired, full-time sworn officer positions. Schwab moved to approve the request. Sprynczynatyk seconded. Members voting Aye were Sprynczynatyk, Seminary, Grossman and Warford. Nayes: Seminary, the motion carried. 15. Change order for PKG Contracting, Inc for Wastewater Treatment Plant Phase 2 Improvements Project. Keith Demke, Director of Utility Operations, stated that the change order is to modify the chemical feed system to allow application of ferric chloride to the sludge being pumped to the anaerobic digesters. The proposed cost of the change order is $83,717 and involves a contract extension of 31 days to allow for completion. He stated that it will also require a future change order for the electrical work. Sprynczynatyk moved to approve the request. Grossman seconded. Members voting Aye were Sprynczynatyk, Seminary, Grossman and Warford. Nayes: Schwab, the motion carried. 16. Service Operations: a. Adjust disposal rates for recycling electronics and light fixtures and bulbs by commercial and non-residential customers. Jeff Heintz, Director of Service Operations, requested authority to charge $.18/lb for electronics to be disposed of by commercial and non-residential accounts to meet our new Life-Span Technology Recycling contract price. Seminary moved to approve the request. Grossman seconded. All members voted Aye. The motion carried. b. Bids for one mechanical street sweeper. Bidders were Sanitation Products-Elgin NP Dual-115,435; Swanston Equipment-Allianz/Johnston114,160. Grossman moved to award the bid to Swanston Equipment. Sprynczynatyk seconded. All members voted Aye.The motion carried. 17. Bids for installation of warning sirens. Gary Stockert, Emergency Manager, presented bids for the warning sirens. Bidders were Don’s Electric-23,250; Edling Electric20,150. Grossman moved to award the bid to Edling Electric. Seminary seconded. All members voted Aye.The motion carried. 18. Civic Center event funding guidelines. Charlie Jeske, Civic Center Manager, stated that the fund is used to buy-down/subsidize established rates for events, underwrite potential losses or event promoters and to assume risk of loss for self-promoted or Civic Center promoted event. Grossman moved to approve the funding guidelines as stated. Sprynczynatyk seconded. Members voting Aye were Sprynczynatyk, Seminary, Grossman and Warford. Nayes: Schwab, the motion carried. 20. Energy Center grant application. Bill Wocken, City Administrator, requested authority to apply for a $100,000 grant from EDA to study project feasibility and develop an energy-applied technology center. He also requested that the city agree to provide up to $62,500 to match this grant. The match will be funded by the Vision Fund. Seminary moved to approve the request. Grossman seconded. Members voting Aye were Sprynczynatyk, Seminary, Grossman and Warford. Nayes: Schwab, the motion carried. 21. Legislative report. Bill Wocken, City Administrator, stated that the city was following 16 bills and all bills are in committee now.The Board took no action. 22. Ongoing project agenda.The Board took no action. Having completed the items on the agenda, the meeting was adjourned at 7:25 p.m. Payroll Checks by Fund-April 3, 2009: General Fund-699,193.34; Library Fund40,546.91; Roads & Streets/Street Lights/Fleet Services Fund-92,778.67; Government Grants & Activities Fund19,395.21; Airport / Flightline Fund38,332.32; Solid Waste Utility Fund53,826.52; Water & Sewer Utility Fund92,530.25. Accounts Payable Checks by Fund-April 14, 2009: General Fund-526,380.51; Arena Exhibit Operations/Internal Service Fund19,526.79; E/H Transit System Fund183,653.00; Library Fund-42,331.48; Police Special Revenue Fund-2,000.06; Roads & Streets/Street Lights/Fleet Services Fund246,972.63; Northern Plains Commerce16,767.20; Social Security Tax Fund65,304.19; Special Deficiency/Revolving Fund-940.56; Government Grants & Activities Fund-141,817.71; Capital Projects Fund-58,614.63; Airport/Flightline Fund154,130.06; Solid Waste Utility Fund25,499.21; Water & Sewer Utility Fund315,800.23; Insurance Fund-1,210.68; Pension/Trust Fund-30,646.13. 4/27 - 603939

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