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1. General Powers and Duties -

  1. To make and adopt such bylaws, rules and regulations relating to the duties of the officers of the board.

  2. To make and adopt such bylaws, rules and regulations for the management of the library.

  3. To control, exclusively, the expenditures of all moneys collected for or contributed to the library fund

  4. To have the supervision, care, and custody of the library property and of the rooms or buildings constructed, leased or set apart for use of library purposes.

  5. To contract to furnish library service and to receive library service from other counties, school districts and cities of the state of North Dakota and adjoining states and the state library.

  6. To employ qualified personnel to administer the public library and dispense library services

2. Membership

The governing body of the municipality which has established a public library shall appoint a board of five directors who must be residents of the municipality to govern such library. One member of the governing body of the municipality shall be a member of the board of directors of the municipal library.

3. Terms

Three (3) years. No member of such board shall serve for more than two consecutive terms.

4. Members

  • Justin Berry, President
    Public At-Large
    Term Expiration - March 6, 2021

  • Katie Darling
    Public At-Large
    Term Expiration - December 6, 2020

  • Peter Johnson|
    Public At-Large
    Term Expiration - June 15, 2022

  • Diane Knauf
    County Commissioner
    Term Expiration - May 7, 2022

  • Sandi Marshall
    City Council Member
    Term Expiration - August 1, 2019

  • Fred Remer
    Public At-Large
    Term Expiration - December 6, 2020

  • Ted Sandberg
    Public At-Large
    Term Expiration - December 6, 2020

 

Staff

GF Public Library - 772-8116
www.gflibrary.com

Board of Adjustments Meeting

MEMORANDUM


TO:                Whom it May Concern

FROM:          Bev Collings

                      Building & Zoning Administrator

DATE:            September 4, 2019

RE:                Board of Adjustments Meeting      

Please be informed that the meeting date to hear these variances is scheduled for Thursday, September 19, 2019, 10:30 AM in Room A102 of City Hall:

  1. Mike Korman on behalf of Brian Seng, 2890 & 2975 N. Washington, has made a request for variance to the paving, landscaping and buffer yard requirements [Sections 18-0302(12), 18-0309 (1) & (5) of the Land Development Code] in order to expand parking to additional area.Legal Description: Lot A & B, Block 1 of Walsh’s Industrial Site No. 1 Addition.

     

  2. Delene and Doug Johnson, 2326 Belmont Rd., has made a request for variance to the accessory building requirements [Section 18-0305 of the Land Development Code] in order to build a detached garage.Legal Description: Lot 20, Block 35 of Cox’s Addition.

     

  3. James Deitz, 205 N. 6th St., has made a request for variance to the accessory building requirements [Section 18-0305 of the Land Development Code] in order to bring a shed/shipping container to the property.Legal Description: Lot 1, Block 1 ofDeitz Resubdivision.

     

  4. Widseth Smith & Nolting on behalf of Calvary Lutheran Church, 1405 So. 9th St., has made a request for variance to the impervious surface area coverage and parking setback & landscaping bufferyard requirements [Section 18-0208(7), 18-0302, & 18-0309 of the Land Development Code] in order to add parking area.Legal Description: Lots 1-14 & the vacated alley, Block 7 of Southside Addition.

     

  5. Tom Wesley on behalf of 3rd & Nine, LLC, 920 N. 3rd St., has made a request for variance to the parking setback requirement [Section 18-0302 of the Land Development Code] in order to expand the parking area.Legal Description: Lots 14,16,18,20,22,24,26,28,30,32 & half of the vacated alley adj. thereto, Block 42 ofMcCormack’s 1st Addition.

     

  6. Tom Wesley on behalf of Big Jim’s Tires, Hiebert Properties, LLC, 111 Gateway Dr. also known as 206 9th Ave. N., has made a request for variance to the parking setback and impervious surface area coverage requirements [Section 18-0302 & 18-0216 of the Land Development Code] in order to expand the parking area.Legal Description: Lots 13,15,17,19,21,23,25, 27,29,31 & half of vacated alley, Block 42of McCormack’s 1st Addition.

Any individual requiring a special accommodation to allow access or participation at a City meeting is asked to notify the ADA Coordinator (746-2665) of their needs one week prior to meeting date.

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