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1 1 PRESENTED BY: Gerry Fisher, Administrator Energy Infrastructure and Impact Office Department of Trust Lands July 17, 2013 Energy Infrastructure and Impact Office Grants Program Overview

2  Energy Impact Program  Energy Infrastructure and Impact Office (EIIO), a Division within the Office of the Commissioner of University and School Lands  Provides authority of Land Board to Appoint the EIIO Director Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

3  The Board of University and School Lands (Land Board)  Governor  Secretary of State  State Treasurer  Attorney General  Superintendant of Public Instruction  Authority to Award and Distribute Energy Infrastructure and Impact Grants from the Oil and Gas Impact Grant Fund Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

4 The Energy Infrastructure and Impact Office mission is to ensure that local political subdivisions hosting energy activity are not asked to bear a disproportionate share of the costs associated with that activity. $100 million authorized by 2011 Legislature $35 million additional in November, 2011 special session $240 million authorized by 2013 Legislature 4 Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

5  Energy Infrastructure and Impact Program  Coal Impacted Political Subdivision  Oil and Gas Impacted Political Subdivisions (cities, counties, school districts, other taxing districts)  Impacted means actual or anticipated extraordinary expenditures caused by energy development and associated growth Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

6  Powers and duties of energy infrastructure and impact office  Develop a plan for the assistance through grants to counties, cities, school districts, and other political subdivisions in oil and gas development areas.  Establish procedures and forms for political subdivisions to apply for impact grants.  Make disbursements to counties, cities, school districts, and other taxing districts of grants awarded by the Land Board.  Consider the amount of revenue that the entities receive from taxes on oil and gas plants and from tax or fund distribution formulas, when determining grants. Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

7 7 State Share (General Fund $300M cap per Biennium) Water Resources Trust Fund Education Purposes 50% Common School Trust Fund 50% Foundation Aid Stabilization Fund Legacy Fund

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9 OIL TAX DISTRIBUTION TO WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA  140% increase in oil and gas gross production tax allocations estimated $590 million:  $314 million to counties  $198 million to cities  $47 million to school districts  $31 million to townships  More than $1.5 billion for highway improvement projects as well as county, township and city road improvements  $10 million from the Strategic Investment and Improvements Fund (SIIF) for critical-access hospitals  $10 million in SIIF funding for law enforcement grants and projects 9

10 Biennium One of the Five Percent of the Oil and Gas Gross Production Tax  $47.8 million to “hub cities”  $15.25 million to hub cities’ schools  $240 million to the Oil and Gas Impact Grant Fund  Several designated earmarks Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

11  $239.3 million for energy impact grants  Annual total grants limited to 60% of appropriation  Grants to be considered at least each calendar quarter Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

12  Legislative allocations of grant categories:  $5 million – New oil & gas development counties  $60 million – Airports (match local & federal)  $4 million – Higher Ed  $3 million – Dust Control Project (+ $3 million)  $7 million – County Sheriff’s  $7 million – Emergency Medical Services  $3.5 million – Fire Protection Districts  $14 Million – Hub Cities  Williston -$2M; Dickinson - $7M; Minot $5M Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

13  $135.8 million Remaining for Non-Specific Awards  Land Board has indicated intent to allocate up to $25 million to K-12 education needs Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

14  At least 5 grant rounds each fiscal year  1) City Infrastructure - Completed  Hub Cities - $14 Million  All other cities - $ Million  2) Airports - $25.6 Million  3) K-12 Schools - $12.5 Million - Underway  4) Emergency Services  5) All Other Political Subdivision Infrastructure  Parks  Counties  Other taxing political subdivisions Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

15  Legislative intent & guidelines on impact grants  Meet initial impacts affecting “basic government services”, and directly necessitated by oil and gas development impact  “Basic government services” do not include activities relating to marriage or guidance counseling, services or programs to alleviate sociological impacts, or services or facilities to meet secondary impacts.  All grant applications and presentations to the Energy Impact Office must be made by an appointed or elected government official Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

16  - Advisory Committee  Two County Commissioners  Two Mayors  One Sheriff/Emergency Manager  One Township Officer  One at-large representative (industry)  ND DOT Deputy Director, Business Support  Land Commissioner Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

17  K-12 Schools Advisory Committee  Steve Holen – Watford City  Mike Ness - Hazen  Marc Bluestone – New Town  Gary Wilz - Killdeer  Ben Schaefer - Ray  Bob Marthaller - DPI  Lance Gaebe – EIIO Director/Land Commissioner Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

18  - Review and Scoring  Energy Impact Office Staff Review and Evaluate Applications, Assistance From: o Civil Engineer o ND Department of Health for Emergency Medical Services requests o ND DOT o Aeronautics Commission o Attorney General’s Office o K-12 Superintendants Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

19  Application Criteria  Need is growth necessitated by or damage caused by oil and gas activity.  Related to improving public safety  Improve housing related infrastructure  Demonstration of both financial need and local commitment to support project  Project readiness/ achievability  Contribution to sustaining economic development Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

20  Grant Round Announcements  Hardcopy is sent to contact on file for the political subdivision  notice is sent to all addresses on file for the political subdivision (can have up to 3)  Associations, auditors, state representatives on file are also given notice.  Press release is provided to all media in the state  Notice is posted on the EIIO web page  30 days is the usual time applications are accepted Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

21  Review of Applications and confirmation all information has been provided  Further application analysis/evaluation, scoring, creation of a recommendation for awards.  EIIO Staff works in conjunction with Energy Impact Grants Advisory Committee  Applications and Recommendation for Awards  Presented to Land Board  Land Board Makes Awards Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

22  K-12 Schools Grant Round Requirements 1. K-12 Infrastructure needs and improvements necessary as a result of the direct impacts being realized from oil and gas development 2. Priority will be given to projects that will be implemented by the start of the school year and to projects to address safety and security needs 3. A 20% local match of the total project cost 4. School must be located in an oil producing county  As of today:  40 Applications Received  $30,208,784 in Projects  $21,075,174 in Requested Funds  $12.5 Million Allocated this Grant Round Overview - Energy Infrastructure And Impact Grants Program

23 23 PRESENTED BY: Gerry Fisher, Administrator Energy Infrastructure and Impact Office Department of Trust Lands July 17, 2013 Energy Infrastructure and Impact Office Grants Program Overview REVIEW OF GRANTS AWARDED TO DATE

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28  Appropriated from the Oil and Gas Impact Grant Fund  Schools with Rapid Enrollment Growth$5,000,000  Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute$350,000  Administrative Budget$354,731 Total Appropriated from the Fund$5,704,731  Awarded-to-date $124,295,269 Total Expenditures From The Oil and Gas Impact Grant Fund$130,000,000 Four Counties Emerging into Oil and Gas Production are Eligible for $1,250,000$5,000,000 Less than 100,000 barrels in Nov or more rigs in any one month None qualified during Biennium Review Of Oil and Gas Impact Grant Fund for the Biennium

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30  Committed to Airports by the Land Board 5/30/2013  Minot International Airport - Passenger Terminal, apron, road, equipment bldg, etc.$21,218,395  Dickinson Airport Authority - Apron Expansion, terminal improvements $453,652  Sloulin International Airport (Williston) - General Aviation Primary Guiding Documents $117,032  Bowman County Airport Authority - Construction of New Bowman Municipal Airport $875,000  Crosby Airport Authority - Apron / Lighting Rehabilitation $1,002,500  Kenmare Municipal Airport Authority - Rehabilitate Runway, Taxiway, Apron$185,819  Killdeer Municipal Airport - Runway Design $128,274  Mohall Airport Authority - Airport Fueling System $128,250  New Town Airport Authority - Runway Reconstruction $90,838  Stanley Municipal Airport Authority - Apron/Condensed Environment Assessment $198,000  Tioga Airport Authority - Airport Fueling System $120,000  Watford City Municipal Airport Authority - Apron Reconstruction Phase II $1,080, $25,597,760  Committed to Counties for Dust Suppression by the Land Board 5/30/2013  Bowman County$1,000,000  Dunn County$1,000,000  Mountrail County$1,000, $3,000,000 Review Of Oil and Gas Impact Grant Fund Commitments for the Biennium

31  Committed to Hub Cities for Infrastructure Projects by the Land Board 5/30/2013 City of Dickinson - West Lift station & Force main to serve West Ridge, Pinecrest, diesel $7,000,000 refinery and the City of South Heart City of Minot - PROVIDE TRUNK SANITARY SEWER CAPACITY TO OVER 8,343 ACRES OF $5,000,000 LAND SUPPORTING CONTINUED CITY GROWTH. City of Williston - SEWER PLANT UPGRADE$2,000, $14,000,000  Committed to Non-Hub Cities for Infrastructure Projects by the Land Board 6/27/2013 CITY OF ALEXANDER - Water and sewer infrastructure resulting from energy-related growth, $5,000,000 excludes road related costs CITY OF BEACH - New sewage lagoon construction $1,665,600 CITY OF BELFIELD - $1.7478M for lagoon, $2.480M for water tower, remaining for $4,791,420 CITY OF BOTTINEAU - New trunk sewer line to support growth $5,983 ($154,017 awarded previously with remaining funding) CITY OF BOTTINEAU - Water transmission extension to support new development and $160,000 improve pressure CITY OF BOWBELLS - Improvements to lagoon cell that is result of energy growth $350,400 CITY OF BURLINGTON - 12" force main. Road replacement is not being funded $1,052,480 CITY OF CROSBY - Water and sewer infrastructure resulting from energy-related growth $5,000,000 CITY OF GRENORA – East St. Water & sewer for new growth. Individual service connections excluded $698,563 CITY OF GRENORA - Hickman St Water & sewer for new growth. Individual service connections excluded$684,271 CITY OF KENMARE - City Lagoon Expansion $1,822,720 CITY OF KILLDEER - Funding of water and sewer extensions; Street replacement is excluded. $3,867,762 Review Of Oil and Gas Impact Grant Fund Commitments for the Biennium

32  Committed to Non-Hub Cities for Infrastructure Projects by the Land Board 6/27/2013 CITY OF MOHALL - New lift station costs$258,154 CITY OF NEW TOWN - Water Treatment Plant Expansion $9,621,092 CITY OF NEW TOWN - Underground mains (excludes service wye's, corp stops, service lines etc) and $378,908 related admin/engineering costs CITY OF PARSHALL - Phase I Wastewater Treatment Facility System Expansion $4,193,840 CITY OF POWERS LAKE - Water & sewer to support new growth. Individual service connections excluded$354,634 (wye's, service line, curb stop & box etc.) CITY OF RAY -.75MG Tank design/construction and water transmission main $4,243,280 CITY OF RAY - Partial award for portion of the wastewater system improvements and sewer main $1,484,400 replacement that will serve additional housing CITY OF RICHARDTON - Half of the lift station cost, 75% of the lagoon cost. $396,999 CITY OF SOUTH HEART - Pressure Sewer Main Project Cost $2,112,344 CITY OF STANLEY - Water main extension and water / sewer portion of the frontage road $2,682,160 CITY OF TIOGA - Water and sewer infrastructure resulting from energy-related growth, excludes $10,000,000 road related costs CITY OF WATFORD CITY - Water and sewer infrastructure resulting from energy-related growth, $10,000,000 supporting population growth_____________ $70,825,010  Total of Committed Funds for $113,422,770 Review Of Oil and Gas Impact Grant Fund Commitments for the Biennium

33 July 2011 – City Infrastructure Grant Round  HUB-CITIES - 35% of available funds  City of Dickinson - Waste Water Treatment Facility $5,000,000  City of Minot – Water and Sewer Improvements $4,000,000  City of Williston - Water and Sewer Improvements $12,000,000 Total For Hub Cities - $21,000,000  Other Cities  City of ArnegardStreet System Improvements $100,000  City of BeachMaintain Truck Routes $100,000  City of BelfieldStreet Improvement Project 2011$200,000  City of BertholdBerthold Sanitary Facilities $50,000  City of ColumbusColumbus Street Project $75,000  City of CrosbyWater and Sewer Extension$811,000  City of GrenoraStreet Repairs $100,000  City of KenmareInfrastructure Improvements$50,000  City of KilldeerWater, sewer street improvements$2,071,054  City of LigniteRepairing Streets $50,000  City of MohallNordkil's 2nd addition $50,000 Review Of Grants Awarded

34 July 2011 – City Infrastructure Grant Round  Other Cities (continued)  City of New TownTruck By-Pass and Water/Sewer Extension$869,000  City of ParshallWater and Sewer Infrastructure $2,402,932  City of PlazaRobyn Park Housing Development$1,149,967  City of RayWastewater System Improvements$50,000  City of RossRoss Waste Water Facility $50,000  City of StanleyInfrastructure Improvements$4,167,969  City of TiogaInfrastructure Improvements $7,751,426  City of Watford CityStreets, Water/Sewer, Wastewater Improv. $12,301,652  City of WildroseStreet/Culvert Repair $100,000 Total For Other Cities - $32,500,000 Total Awards for the 2011 City Grant Round - $52,500,000 Review Of Grants Awarded

35 October - December 2011 Township Roads and Transportation Grant Round POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD ALEXANDRIA TOWNSHIPDIVIDEGRAVEL & MAINTAIN ROADS$22,500 ALGER TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILALGER TOWNSHIP ROADS$100,000 ARNEGARD TOWNSHIPMCKENZIENORTHEAST ROAD PROJECT$100,000 BICKER TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILREBUILD 2 1/4 MILES OF ROAD$87,500 BROOKBANK TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILROAD REPAIR AND REBUILD$40,000 BROOKLYN TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSROAD GRAVELING$4,845 BURKE TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILFULL TOWNSHIP ROAD GRAVELING$40,000 CARBONDALE TOWNSHIPWARDDAMAGED ROADS$2,500 CHATFIELD TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUDUST CONTROL - ROAD BARRICADES$2,250 CLEARY TOWNSHIPBURKEBUILD UP 3/4TH MILE OF ROAD$11,250 COALFIELD TOWNSHIPDIVIDEWEST ROAD PROJECT$12,500 COLVILLE TOWNSHIPBURKEROAD REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE$25,000 DALE TOWNSHIPBURKEROAD REPAIR & MAINTENANCE$7,500 DALEN TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUWILLIAMSON ROAD PROJECT$6,250 DEBING TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILIMPACTED ROADS - DEBING TWNSHP$100,000 Review Of Grants Awarded

36 October - December 2011 Township Roads and Transportation Grant Round (continued) POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD EIDSVOLD TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUFIX DAMAGED ROADS$25,000 FERTILE TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILREWORK END OF HAUL ROAD$36,000 FILLMORE TOWNSHIPDIVIDEROAD REPAIR$54,000 FOOTHILLS TOWNSHIPBURKEROAD MAINTENANCE$5,000 GARNESS TOWNSHIPBURKEGRAVEL FOR TOWNSHIP ROADS$11,000 GRASSLAND TOWNSHIPRENVILLEROAD REBUILDING 2012$22,500 HAWKEYE VALLEY TOWNSHIPMCKENZIEHAZARDOUS INTERSECTION CORRECTION$30,000 IDAHO TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAIL83RD STREET & 63RD AVE CONSTRUCTION$100,000 JAMES HILL TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILROAD REPAIR$50,000 KEENE TOWNSHIPMCKENZIECEYNAR ROAD RESURFACING$15,000 LAKEVIEW TOWNSHIPBURKEGRAVEL AND MAINTENANCE$33,625 LANGBERG TOWNSHIPBOWMANGRAVEL HORSE CREEK RD, LANGBERG TWN$10,000 LINCOLN VALLEY TOWNSHIPDIVIDEREBUILD ROAD$100,000 LOWLAND TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILOIL WELL IMPACT - JOHNSON$30,775 MARSHALL TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSCULVERT REPLACEMENTS$12,500 Review Of Grants Awarded

37 October - December 2011 Township Roads and Transportation Grant Round (continued) POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD NEWBORG TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUROAD CONSTRUCTION$15,000 PALERMO TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILPALERMO TOWNSHIP GRAVEL PROJECT$10,000 PALMER TOWNSHIPDIVIDEROAD RENOVATION AND GRAVELING$10,000 PHERRIN TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSBUSCHING ROAD RECONSTRUCTION $75,000 PLAZA TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILREPAIRING TOWNSHIP ROADS$12,500 PLEASANT VALLEY TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSRECONSTRUCTN ROAD BEDS OILFIELD TRFIC$78,000 POWERS TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILROAD REPAIR$17,500 PURCELL TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILROAD RESTORATION$50,000 RAT LAKE TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAIL53RD STREET$100,000 REDMOND TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILGRAVELING ROADS$2,500 ROUND PRAIRIE TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSEASTERN TOWNSHIP ROAD REPAIR$10,000 SADDLE BUTTE TOWNSHIPGOLDEN VLYROAD PROJECTS 2 - 5$47,980 SHERMAN TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUSHERMAN TWPS 2011 CONSTRUCTION$5,750 SHORTCREEK TOWNSHIPBURKEIMPACTED ROADS$21,000 SIOUX TOWNSHIPMCKENZIEHAUL ROAD HILL RECONSTRUCTION$12,500 SIOUX TRAIL TOWNSHIPDIVIDEREBUILD ROADS$30,000 Review Of Grants Awarded

38 October - December 2011 Township Roads and Transportation Grant Round (continued) POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD SORKNESS TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILIMPACTED ROAD REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE$79,490 SPRING COULEE TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILROAD MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR$57,120 SPRINGBROOK TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSREPAIR AND GRAVEL ROADS$10,000 STONE CREEK TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUROAD REPAIR$3,750 STONEVIEW TOWNSHIPDIVIDE108TH AVE NW GRADE BUILD-UP$5,163 THORSON TOWNSHIPBURKEROAD RESHAPING$14,750 TIOGA TOWNSHIPWILLIAMS67TH ST UPGRADE$50,000 TROY TOWNSHIPDIVIDEROAD REBUILD$30,000 TRUAX TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSSHOULDER CONSTRUCTION$15,000 TYRONE TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSGRAVEL & MAINTAIN ROADS$12,500 UPLAND TOWNSHIPDIVIDEDUST ABATEMENT AND GRAVEL $37,500 VALE TOWNSHIPBURKEGRAVEL ROADS & CHIP GAS PLANT ROAD$17,500 VAN BUREN TOWNSHIPRENVILLEROAD RECONSTRUCTION$50,000 WHITE EARTH TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILROAD PROJECT $23,000 Total for Township Roads and Transportation Grant Round - $2,000,998 Review Of Grants Awarded

39 January - March 2012 Emergency Services and Response Grant Round POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD  ALAMO RURAL FIRE DISTRICTWILLIAMSFOAMER UNIT & FOAM SUPPLY$30,000  ALEXANDER RURAL FIRE DISTRICTMCKENZIEFIRE TRUCK$75,000  ARNEGARD RURAL FIRE DISTRICTMCKENZIEUPDATE AIR PACS$16,000  BEACH COMUNTY AMBULANCEGOLDENREPLACEMENT OF 1994 AMBULANCE$160,114  SERVICEVALLEY  BEULAH RURAL FIRE PROT DISTMERCERPROPANE TRAINING$6,088  BEULAH RURAL FIRE PROT DISTMERCERFIRE TRUCK$60,000  BILLINGS CO. RURAL FIRE PRO DIST.BILLINGSRESCUE TRUCK EQUIPMENT$150,000  BOWBELLS FIRE DISTRICTBURKEMINI PUMPER FIRE TRUCK$100,000  BURLINGTON CITY FIRE DEPTWARDHEAVY VEHICLE EXTRACT AND RESCUE$2,800  BURLINGTON CITY FIRE DEPTWARD18 SETS OF BUNKER GEAR$49,840  BURLINGTON RURAL FIRE DEPTWARDAIR BAG REPLACEMENT$18,483  CITY OF BELFIELDSTARKEMS CREW QUARTERS$50,000  CITY OF BELFIELDSTARK4WD SUV$32,156  CITY OF BELFIELDSTARKNEW AMBULANCE$200,000  CITY OF BELFIELDSTARKTURN OUT GEAR/MISC$13,468  CITY OF BELFIELDSTARKFIRE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING/TRAINING$8,000  CITY OF BELFIELDSTARKEMS RESPONSE VEHICLE$30,000 Review Of Grants Awarded

40 January - March 2012 Emergency Services and Response Grant Round POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD  CITY OF BOWMANBOWMANNEW AMBULANCE$100,000  CITY OF BOWMANBOWMANURBAN INTERFACE UNIT$144,000  CITY OF BOWMANBOWMANEMS TRAINING$12,000  CITY OF BOWMANBOWMANAMBULANCE EQUIPMENT$4,000  CITY OF COLUMBUSBURKENEW PUMPER TRUCK$180,000  CITY OF CROSBYDIVIDERESCUE TRUCK & EQUIPMENT$128,000  CITY OF DICKINSONSTARKOILFIELD EMERGENCY TRAINING CLASS$10,512  CITY OF DICKINSONSTARKPUBLIC SAFETY CENTER$1,500,000  CITY OF GOLVAGOLDEN VLYFIRE TRUCK$180,000  CITY OF KILLDEERDUNNKILDEER POLICE VEHICLES$89,662  CITY OF MANDANMORTONLARGE VEHICLE EXTRICATION CLASS$2,256  CITY OF MEDORABILLINGSEMS CREW QUARTERS$50,000  CITY OF MEDORABILLINGSEMS QUICK RESPONSE UNIT$30,000  CITY OF MEDORABILLINGSNEW AMBULANCE$200,000  CITY OF MEDORABILLINGSFIRE RESISTANT CLOTHES/MONITORS$16,000  CITY OF MEDORABILLINGSNEW EMERGENCEY SERVICES BUILDING$100,000  CITY OF MINOTWARDFOAM TRAILER$88,000  CITY OF MINOTWARDRADIO SYSTEM$19,509 Review Of Grants Awarded

41 January - March 2012 Emergency Services and Response Grant Round POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD  CITY OF NEW TOWNMOUNTRAILRESCUE EQUIPMENT$25,554  CITY OF PORTALBURKEREPLACE AUTO EXTRICATION EQUIP$32,000  CITY OF POWERS LAKEBURKEAMBULANCE BUILDING$400,000  CITY OF POWERS LAKEBURKEPOLICE VEHCL/CMPTR/HOUSING/GEN$25,295  CITY OF SOUTH HEARTSTARKLED FLASHING WARNING SIGNS$12,685  CITY OF SOUTH HEARTSTARK2 PORTABLE SPEED TRAILERS$18,826  CITY OF STANLEYMOUNTRAILVEHICLE, RADIO, LIGHTS, IN CAR VIDEO$37,600  CITY OF STANLEYMOUNTRAILFIRE HALL ADDITION/EQUIPMENT$556,000  CITY OF STANLEYMOUNTRAILALS SUPPLIES$36,000  CITY OF TIOGAWILLIAMSPERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT$144,000  CITY OF TIOGAWILLIAMSREPLACE FIRE TRUCKS/ADD VEHICLES$100,000  CITY OF VELVAMCHENRYBIG RIG RESCUE EQUIP TRAINING$16,128  CITY OF WATFORD CITYMCKENZIEPOLICE DEPT. EQUIPMENT$4,448  CITY OF WATFORD CITYMCKENZIEAMBULANCE SERVICE EQUIPMENT$470,702  CITY OF WATFORD CITYMCKENZIEFIRE DEPT. EQUIPMENT$104,640  CITY OF WILLISTONWILLIAMSEMERGENCY COMMUNICATION CENTER$406,846  CITY OF WILLISTONWILLIAMSAMBULANCE REPLACEMENT AND EQUIP$194,139 Review Of Grants Awarded

42 January - March 2012 Emergency Services and Response Grant Round POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD  DICKINSON RURAL FIRE DISTRICTSTARKBIG RIG EXTRICATION REGIONAL TRAIN$2,256  DICKINSON RURAL FIRE DISTRICTSTARKNEW RESCUE VEHICLE /EQUIPMENT$350,000  DIVIDE COUNTY AMB SERVICEDIVIDENEW AMBULANCE$22,000  DUNN COUNTY EMERG MANAGERDUNNCOMMUNICATIONS TOWER$44,000  EPPING RURAL FIRE DISTRICTWILLIAMSUPDATE TANKER TRUCK$70,000  FORTUNA RURAL FIRE DISTRICTDIVIDEQUICK ATTACK READINESS EQUIPMENT$16,800  GOLVA RURAL FIRE DISTRICTGOLDEN VLYTURN OUT GEAR$50,000  GRENORA AMBULANCE DISTRICTWILLIAMSNEW AMBULANCE$96,000  GRENORA AMBULANCE DISTRICTWILLIAMSTURN OUT GEAR / COMPUTER$8,160  GRENORA AMBULANCE DISTRICTWILLIAMSHOUSING$64,000  GRENORA FIRE DISTRICTWILLIAMSPAGERS & FIRE EXTINGUISHERS$20,000  HALLIDAY RURAL FIRE DISTRICTDUNNRESCUE TRUCK$77,000  KILLDEER AREA AMBULANCE DISTDUNNNEW AMBULANCE$120,000  KILLDEER AREA AMBULANCE DISTDUNNAMBULANCE GARAGE$466,000  KRAMER FIRE DISTRICTBOTTINEAU8 SETS TURN OUT GEAR$10,000  LIGNITE FIRE DISTRICTBURKEPUMPER TRUCK$30,000  MARMARTH RURAL FIRE DISTRICTSLOPECOMPLETE TYPE 4 ENGINE$20,000  MARMARTH RURAL FIRE DISTRICTSLOPEPURCHASE RESCUE PUMPER$104,000 Review Of Grants Awarded

43 January - March 2012 Emergency Services and Response Grant Round POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD  MCKENZIE CNTY RURAL FIRE DISTMCKENZIEREPLACE FIRE TRUCK$88,000  MERCER CNTY RURAL AMB DISTMERCERBEULAH AMBULANCE BAY CONSTRUCT$200,000  MINOT RURAL FIRE DISTRICTWARDBOIL OVER PROP TRAINING SYSTEM$96,000  MOHALL RURAL FIRE DISTRICTRENVILLEPURCHASE HEAVY RESCUE TRUCK$28,000  MOHALL RURAL FIRE DISTRICTRENVILLEPURCHASE TRUCK TRACTOR$24,000  NEW TOWN AMBULANCEMOUNTRAILAMBULANCE HALL$845,585  NEW TOWN RURAL FIRE DISTRICTMOUNTRAILREPAIR EQUIP/ PURCH CRIBNG MONT$40,000  PARSHALL AMBULANCE DISTRICTMOUNTRAILBUILDING ADDITION/RENOVATION$91,120  PORTAL RURAL AMBULANCE DISTBURKENEW AMBULANCE$30,000  POWERS LAKE RURAL FIRE DISTBURKEFIRE TRUCK$75,000  RAY AMBULANCE DISTRICTWILLIAMS6 DEFIBULATORS & 4 PAGERS$9,600  RAY AMBULANCE DISTRICTWILLIAMSEMT TRAINING$8,160  RAY AMBULANCE DISTRICTWILLIAMSNEW AMBULANCE$118,954  RAY FIRE DISTRICTWILLIAMSPUMPER-TANKERTRUCK$213,000  RENVILLE COUNTYRENVILLEPOLICE EQUIPMENT$22,106  RENVILLE COUNTYRENVILLEVEHICLE PURCHASE$20,000  RENVILLE COUNTY RURL AMB DISTRENVILLEEXTRICATION TRAINING$4,800  RHAME RURAL FIRE DISTRICTBOWMAN2012 TURN-OUT GEAR$28,560 Review Of Grants Awarded

44 January - March 2012 Emergency Services and Response Grant Round POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD  SENTINEL RURAL FIRE PROT DISTGOLDEN VLYFORD 1 TON PICKUP$25,000  SHERWOOD RURAL FIRE DISTRENVILLEBATTERY POWERED COT$12,000  SHERWOOD RURAL FIRE DISTRENVILLERAPID RESPONSE UNIT$56,000  SIOUX YELLOWSTONE FIRE DISTMCKENZIETRUCK CHASSIS REPLACEMENT$38,400  SOURIS RURAL FIRE DISTRICTBOTTINEAUTV/DVD FIRE SCHOOL$2,000  SOUTH HEART FIRE DISTRICTSTARKADD 20 X 100 LIEN TO EXIST BUILD$80,000  STANLEY RURAL FIRE DISTRICTMOUNTRAILTANKER TRUCK & FIRE HALL ADTN$720,000  STARK COUNTYSTARK3 VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT$133,960  STARK COUNTYSTARKEMERGENCY OP CENTER UPGRADE$12,605  TOLLEY FIRE DEPARTMENTRENVILLETANKER TRK, CASCADE SYS, TRANG$52,000  TRENTON TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSTRENTON RURAL FIRE DEPARTMENT BUILDING$50,000  UNITED RURAL AMBULANCE DISTWARDHYDRAULIC STRETCHER$10,586  WARD COUNTYWARDEMERGENCY MED RESPONSE TRAIN EQP$19,528  WEST DUNN RURAL FIRE DISTRICTDUNNCOMPUTER/SOFTWARE$1,970  WEST DUNN RURAL FIRE DISTRICTDUNNTRUCK REPLACEMENT$260,000  WESTHOPE RURAL FIRE DISTRICTBOTTINEAUNEW FIRE TRUCK$180,000  WILDROSE FIRE DISTRICTWILLIAMSNEW FIRE HALL$360,000  WILLIAMS COUNTYWILLIAMSCOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP & RD SIGNS$22,200 TOTAL - $11,990,101 Review Of Grants Awarded

45 March / April 2012 Schools Temporary Portable Classroom Grant Round POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD  WILLISTON PSD #1WILLIAMSTEMPORARY PORTABLE CLASSROOMS $3,002,244  SOUTH HEART PSDSTARKPORTABLE CLASSROOMS $240,000  NEW PSD #8 WILLIAMS CLASSROOM CRISIS $1,350,000  TIOGA PSD #15 WILLIAMS TEMPORARY CLASSROOM SPACE $300,000  POWERS LAKE PSD #27 BURKE ELEMENTARY PORTABLE CLASSROOM$80,000  ADDITION  MCKENZIE PSD #1 MCKENZIEWATFORD CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL $27,000 PORTABLE CLASSROOMS TOTAL - $4,999,244 Review Of Grants Awarded

46 April - June 2012 Other Political Subdivision Grant Round POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD ALEXANDER PSD #2MCKENZIETEACHER HOUSING PROJECT$190,000 DUNN COUNTYDUNNCONTROL ROOM EQUIPMENT$704,848 GRENORA PSD #99WILLIAMSFUNDING FOR EMPLOYEE HOUSING$200,000 MCKENZIE COUNTYMCKENZIE MCKENSIE COUNTY LAW $800,000 ENFORCEMENT CENTER REMODE MCKENZIE COUNTYMCKENZIEMCKENZIE COUNTY LANDFILL MUNICPL $1,206,498 CELL AND INERT CELL CONSTRUCTION MCKENZIE PSD #1MCKENZIEEMPLOYEE HOUSING PROJECT$256,000 NESSON PSD #2WILLIAMSREPLACE WATER & SEWER LINES DUE TO $151,000 SCHOOL ADDITION NEW PSD #8WILLIAMSSAFETY IMPROVEMENTS FOR OUR KIDS$92,869 PARSHALL RURAL FIRE DISTRICTMOUNTRAILLIGHT DUTY EXTICATION TRUCK$112,894 TIOGA PSD #15WILLIAMSTEMPORARY TEACHER HOUSING $160,000 PROJECT FEMA WATFORD CITY PARK DISTRICTMCKENZIECORRECT MAJOR CHILD SAFETY ISSUE - $67,200 BALL DIAMOND WILLIAMS COUNTYWILLIAMSRADIO REPEATER EQUIPMENT$53,000 TOTAL - $3,994,309 Review Of Grants Awarded

47 April - June 2012 Other Political Subdivision Grant Round POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD CITY OF ALEXANDERMCKENZIESEWER LAGOON EXPANSION – EXPANSN$1,115,560 TO FACILITATE POPULATION INCREASE CITY OF BELFIELDSTARKWATER, SEWER, INFRASTRUCTURE $100,000 CONSTRUCTION - ADDITIONAL LAGOON UPSIZE WATER MAINS CITY OF BOWMANBOWMANNORTH SIDE SEWER EXTENSION – ADD $40,000 SEWER TRUNK TO SERVE NEW DEVELOPMENT CITY OF CROSBYDIVIDE2012 WATER AND WASTEWATER $4,148,000 INFRASTRUCTURE EXPANSN – SUPPORT INCREASE IN WATER AND SEWER REQUIREMENTS CITY OF GRENORAWILLIAMSHICKMAN STREET WATER, SEWER & $296,217 PAVING IMPROVEMENTS - PROVIDE WTR AND SEWER TO DEVELOPMENT CITY OF HALLIDAYDUNN2012 WATER SEWER PROJECT - SUPPORT $188,000 POPULATION GROWTH Review Of Grants Awarded

48 April - June 2012 Other Political Subdivision Grant Round POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD CITY OF PARSHALLMOUNTRAILHIGHWAY 37 PHASE II UTILITY $1,538,956 EXTENSION - EXTEND SEWER AND WATER FOR DEVELOPMENT CITY OF PARSHALLMOUNTRAIL2012 SWR IMPROVEMENTS AND STREET $1,297,982 REPAIR PROJECT - SUPPORT ANNEXATION OF 1531 ACRES CITY OF RAYWILLIAMSWASTEWATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS- $1,888,000 WASTERWATER PONDS AND SEWER MAINS - SUPPORT 200% INCREASE IN 20 YRS. CITY OF RICHARDTONSTARKWATER AND SEWER IMPROVEMENTS $50, INFRASTRUCTURE INCREASE TO HANDLE INCREASING POPULATION CITY OF SOUTH HEARTSTARKSANITARY SEWER AND WATER MAIN $1,002,800 IMPROVEMENTS INCREASE WATER AND SEWER TO HANDLE POPULATION INCREASE Review Of Grants Awarded

49 April - June 2012 Other Political Subdivision Grant Round POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project TitleGRANT AWARD  CITY OF STANLEYMOUNTRAILWATER STORAGE RESERVOIR AND $2,278,400 FRONTAGE ROADS PROJECT - WATER STORAGE UPSIZE AND SYSTEM EXPANSION  CITY OF TIOGAWILLIAMSINFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS – $3,617,120 INCREASE SIZE TRUNK LINES AND WATER MAINS  CITY OF WATFORD CITYMCKENZIEWATER AND WASTEWATER SCADA $180,000 SYSTEM - STALLATION OF A NEW SUPERVISORY CONTROL AND DATA ACQUISITION (SCADA) SYSTEM FOR THE CITY'S EXPANDING WATER AND WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE  CITY OF WATFORD CITYMCKENZIEWATERMAIN UPSIZING PROJECT$213,091 HANDLE INCREASING POPULATION  CITY OF WATFORD CITYMCKENZIEWASTEWATER TRTMNT FACLTY IMPROV $2,862,706 CONSTRUCT 2 WASTE WTR BASINS TOTAL - $20,816,832 Review Of Grants Awarded

50 July 2012 – City Infrastructure Grant Round  HUB-CITIES - 35% of available funds  City of Dickinson – Public Wrks Bldg, Water/Sewer Improvements$5,796,817  City of Minot – Water/Sewer Improvements $1,398,408  City of Williston – Water/Sewer Improvements $9,593,634 Total Hub Cities - $16,788,859  Other Cities  CITY OF ALEXANDERSEWER LAGOON EXPANSION$1,115,560  CITY OF BELFIELDWATER, SEWER, INFRASTRUCTURE$100,000  CITY OF BOWMANNORTH SIDE SEWER EXTENSION$40,000  CITY OF CROSBYWATER/WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE$4,148,000  CITY OF GRENORAHICKMAN STREET WATER, SEWER$296,217  CITY OF HALLIDAYWATER SEWER PROJECT$188,000 Review Of Grants Awarded

51 July 2012 – City Infrastructure Grant Round Other Cities ◦ CITY OF PARSHALLHIGHWAY 37 PHASE II UTILITY EXTENSN$1,538,956 EXTEND SEWER AND WATER FOR DEVELOPMENT ◦ CITY OF PARSHALLSEWER IMPROVEMENTS - SUPT ANNEXATION$1,297,982 ◦ CITY OF RAYWASTEWATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS$1,888,000 ◦ CITY OF RICHARDTONWTR/SEWER IMPROVEMENTS, ENGINEERING$50,000 ◦ CITY OF SOUTH HEARTSEWER AND WATER MAIN IMPROVEMENTS$1,002,800 ◦ CITY OF STANLEYWTR STORAGE RESERVOR UPSIZE/SYS EXPNSN$2,278,400 ◦ CITY OF TIOGAINCREASE TRUNK LINE SIZE & WATER MAINS$3,617,120 ◦ WATFORD CITYWATER / WASTEWATER SCADA SYSTEM$180,000 ◦ WATFORD CITYWATER MAIN UPSIZING PROJECT$213,091 ◦ WATFORD CITYWASTEWATER TREATMENT IMPROV–2 BASINS$2,862,706 Total Other Cities- $20,816,832 Total Awards for the 2012 City Grant Round - $37,605,691 Review Of Grants Awarded

52 July 2012 – PILOT CHILDCARE FACILITIES GRANTS CITY OF CROSBYCROSBY DAYCARE FACILITY FOR UP TO 18 CHILDREN $125,000 CITY OF KILLDEERDUNN COUNTY DAYCARE FOR UP TO 18 CHILDREN $125,000 CITY OF WATFORD CITYWOLF RUN VILLAGE CHILDCARE FACILITY $125, CHILDREN CAPACITY CITY OF WILLISTONRECOMMEND AWARD OF $125,000, WILLISTON TO $125,000 DECIDE FROM THEIR 10 APPLICATIONS WHERE TO AWARD WITHIN PROGRAM GUIDELINES NESSON PSD #2, RAYREMODEL CURRENT KITCHEN FOR DAYCARE $125,000 WITHIN NESSON SCHOOL TOTAL AWARDS $625,000 Review Of Grants Awarded

53 SEPTEMBER 2012 – EMERGENCY SERVICES GRANTS POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project Title GRANT AWARD CITY OF MANDAN MORTON HAZMAT IQ TRAINING FOR AREA PUBLIC SAFETY STAFF $6,000 PARSHALL RURAL FIRE DISTRICT MOUNTRAIL TRUCK FOR WILDLAND FIRE FIGHTING $100,000 CITY OF ARNEGARD MCKENZIE FORM JOINT POLICE DEPT WITH ALEXANDER$100,000 WESTHOPE AMBULANCE SERVICE BOTTINEAU REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING AMBULANCE $90,000 HALLIDAY RURAL FIRE DISTRICT DUNN WATER TANKER TRUCK & GRASS UNIT $97,770 CITY OF MINOT WARD RELOCATION OF FIRE DEPT TRAINING GROUNDS $250,000 DIVIDE COUNTY AMBULANCEDIVIDE AMBULANCE REPLACEMENT PROJECT $90,351 SHERWOOD RURAL FIRE DIST RENVILLE TURNOUT GEAR UPDATE $15,000 CITY OF BEACH GOLDEN PURCHASE 25 SETS OF TURN OUT GEAR $28,000 VALLEY CITY OF BEACH GOLDENPURCHASE 12 SCBA'S & THERMO IMAGE CAMERA $37,000 VALLEY CITY OF DICKINSON STARK LENCO BEARCAT SPECIAL RESPONSE VEHICLE $100,000 KILLDEER AREA AMBULANCE DISTDUNN CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW AMBULANCE HALL $14,869 DUNN COUNTY DUNN EMERGENCY RESPONSE VEHICLES $40,309 BILLINGS CO. RURAL FIRE PROTECT BILLINGS REPLACE PUMPER/FOAM TRUCK$100,000 PARSHALL AMBULANCE DISTRICT MOUNTRAIL 2012 AMBULANCE VEHICLE AND COT LIFTER $20,000 GRENORA AMBULANCE DISTRICT WILLIAMS BUILDING/GROUNDS IMPROVEMENT $27,725 GRENORA AMBULANCE DISTRICT WILLIAMS PORTABLE RADIOS AND C-PAP$9,740 RAY FIRE DISTRICT WILLIAMS NEW CRASH/RESCUE TRUCK $175,800 MERCER COUNTY MERCER WESTERN MERCER COUNTY REPEATER IMPROVEMENT$6,845 Review Of Grants Awarded

54 SEPTEMBER 2012 – EMERGENCY SERVICES GRANTS POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project Title GRANT AWARD STARK COUNTY STARK EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT - PRINTER/SCANNER $17,725 KENMARE RURAL FIRE PROTECTWARD REPLACE QUICK RESPONSE TRUCK $35,000 CITY OF NEW TOWN MOUNTRAIL RESCUE TRUCK / PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT$60,000 LANSFORD FIRE DISTRICT BOTTINEAU BUNKER GEAR & PAGERS $10,000 STARK COUNTY STARK NEW AMBULANCE AND RADIOS/EQUIPMENT $72,750 ALAMO RURAL FIRE DISTRICT WILLIAMS TRUCKS AND FOAMERS $60,000 CITY OF STANLEY MOUNTRAIL PURCHASE OF SCBA'S AND NOZZLES$21,000 CITY OF POWERS LAKE BURKE POLICE-COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT, IN-CAR-PC$55,670 ALEXANDER RURAL FIRE DISTRICT MCKENZIE PERSONAL PROTECTION GEAR $15,000 ALEXANDER RURAL FIRE DISTRICT MCKENZIE TANKER TRUCK $35,000 CITY OF BELFIELD STARK AMBULANCE - 12-LEAD CARDIAC MONITOR $26,000 CITY OF BELFIELD STARK AMBULANCE - RAD57 CARBON MONOXIDE MONITOR$11,520 RENVILLE COUNTY RURAL RENVILLE ASSIST IN THE PURCHASE IF AN AMBULANCE FOR THE $50,000 AMBULANCE DISTRICT MOHALL AMBULANCE SERVICE RAY AMBULANCE DISTRICT WILLIAMS 12 LEAD AED $24,685 RAY AMBULANCE DISTRICT WILLIAMS P-25 PORTABLE RADIOS $12,000 MARMARTH AMBULANCE SERVICE SLOPE LAPTOPS FOR STUDENTS $2,845 MARMARTH AMBULANCE SERVICESLOPEOFFICE COMPUTER $2,850 DICKINSON RURAL FIRE DISTRICT STARK PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT, 32 FIREFIGHTERS$55,000 MCKENZIE CNTY RURAL FIRE PROT.MCKENZIE UPDATE SCBA'S $35,500 MAXBASS RURAL FIRE DEPTBOTTINEAU PICKUP REPLACEMENT $64,485 Review Of Grants Awarded

55 SEPTEMBER 2012 – EMERGENCY SERVICES GRANTS POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project Title GRANT AWARD CITY OF TIOGA WILLIAMS LADDER TRUCK $150,000 CITY OF BOWMAN BOWMAN CPR COMPRESSION MACHINE-BOWMAN AMBULANCE$14,767 POWERS LAKE RURAL FIRE DISTBURKE PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT AND $3,500 GRASS UNIT WITH FOAM AMIDON RURAL FIRE DISTRICT SLOPE PALLET OF CLASS A FOAM $5,000 WILLIAMS COUNTY WILLIAMS TWO RADIOS AND MOBILE PC FOR SHERIFF VEHICLES$71,400 CITY OF WILLISTON WILLIAMS FIRE EQUIPMENT – ½ TURN OUT GEAR/TRUCK$125,500 TRENTON TOWNSHIP WILLIAMS TRENTON RURAL FIRE DEPARTMENT BUILDING $50,000 TRENTON TOWNSHIP WILLIAMS BUNKER GEAR $27,500 CITY OF WATFORD CITY MCKENZIE FIRE DEPARTMENT - BUILDING CONSTRUCTION,$500,000 RENOVATION #1-2 CITY OF WATFORD CITY MCKENZIE AMBULANCE - BUILDING CONSTRUCTION / $200,000 RENOVATION AND VEHICLE CITY OF WATFORD CITY MCKENZIE POLICE DEPARTMENT - POLICE VEHICLES $126,060 UNITED RURAL AMBULANCE DISTWARD POWER LIFT FOR OUR HYDRAULIC STRETCHER $20,000 CITY OF SOUTH HEART STARK SOUTH HEART POLICE EQUIP FOR TEMP OFFICERS$24,352 GLENBURN RURAL FIRE DISTRICT RENVILLE RESCUE VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT $40,000 CITY OF STANLEY MOUNTRAIL NEW AMBULANCE PURCHASE $85,000 CITY OF STANLEY MOUNTRAIL 2 MORE POLICE OFFICER VEHICLES, EQUIPMENT$100,000 CITY OF NEW TOWN MOUNTRAIL REFURBISHED MODULAR OFFICE BUILDING FOR$50,000 NEW TOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT CITY OF NEW TOWN MOUNTRAIL TWO NEW PATROL VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT $50,000 Review Of Grants Awarded

56 SEPTEMBER 2012 – EMERGENCY SERVICES GRANTS POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONCounty Project Title GRANT AWARD KILLDEER AREA AMBULANCE DISTDUNN REPLACE A 1995 AMBULANCE WITH 2012 MODEL$67,166 STANLEY RURAL FIRE DISTRICT MOUNTRAIL FIRE PROTECTION-TRUCK & ½ SCBA’S$103,000 VELVA AMBULANCE MCHENRY UPDATING COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT$6,250 CARPIO RURAL FIRE DISTRICT WARD ½ TURN OUT GEAR FOR NEWEST RECRUITS $5,513 FORTUNA RURAL FIRE DISTRICT DIVIDE INFRARED IMAGING CAMERA $4,000 MARMARTH RURAL FIRE DISTRICT SLOPE PURCHASING PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT $23,553 WILLISTON RURAL FIRE DISTRICT WILLIAMS GRASS TRUCK $95,000 WILLISTON RURAL FIRE DISTRICT WILLIAMS SCBA'S (AIR MASKS) $16,000 NEW TOWN RURAL FIRE DISTRICT MOUNTRAIL RESCUE TRUCK & PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT$60,000 TOTAL AWARDS $4,000,000 Review Of Grants Awarded

57 SEPTEMBER 2012 – Contingency Award – City of Flaxton POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION CITY OF FLAXTONBURKE EMERGENCY REPAIR OF WATER TOWER RISER PIPE$25,000 TOTAL AWARD $25,000 Review Of Grants Awarded

58 OCTOBER 2012 – OPEN (CATCH-ALL) GRANTS POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION BURKE CENTRAL PSD #36 BURKE HOUSING FOR BURKE CENTRAL TEACHERS $240,000 DUNN COUNTY DUNN WATER TRUCKS/TRAILERS FOR SOIL STABILIZATION AND $250,000 FIRE DEPARTMENT SUPPORT EIGHT MILE PSD #6 WILLIAMS TEACHER HOUSING $20,000 GRENORA PSD #99 WILLIAMS TEACHERS HOUSING 4-PLEX, BUS $80,000 HALLIDAY SCHOOL DIST DUNN HALLIDAY SAFE SCHOOLS PROJECT 2 - SECURITY CAMERAS $9,060 FOR SCHOOL KILLDEER PSD DUNN TEACHER/STAFF HOUSING $225,000 MCKENZIE COUNTY MCKENZIE MCKENZIE COUNTY HIGHWAY AND STREET SIGNAGE $25,000 MOUNTRAIL COUNTY MOUNTRAIL OVERLAY PALERMO SOUTH ROAD $200,000 NESSON PSD #2 WILLIAMS RAY SCHOOL WOULD LIKE TO BUILD A 4-PLEX TO HOUSE $350,000 TEACHERS IN THE DISTRICT STANLEY PSD #2 MOUNTRAIL TEACHER HOUSING DUPLEXES $600,000 WARD COUNTY WARD MODIFY SPACE USAGE TO CREATE MORE INMATE ROOM $200,000 WILLISTON PSD #1 WILLIAMS MCVAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RENOVATION $270,940 YELLOWSTONE PSD #14 MCKENZIE UPDATE BATHROOMS NOW BEING USED RESULTING FROM $30,000 INCREASED STUDENTS TOTAL AWARDS $2,500,000 Review Of Grants Awarded

59 DECEMBER 2012 – TOWNSHIP ROADS GRANTS POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION ALEXANDRIA TWP DIVIDEFIX SPOTS GOING OVER WATER ON 96TH AND 92ND ST $2,600 ALGER TOWNSHIP MOUNTRAILREBUILDING OF ROAD 5 MILES$2,600 AMBROSE TWPDIVIDEBLADING, GRAVELING, SNOW REMOVAL$2,600 AMOR TOWNSHIPBOWMANROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 ANTELOPE CREEK TWPMCKENZIEBAD ROAD - ROAD NEEDS WORK AND GRAVELING$18,000 ANTLER TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUROAD REPAIR AND GRAVELING$2,600 ATHENS TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSMOWING ROADS$2,600 AUSTIN TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILREBUILD 74TH AVE NW$2,600 BATTLEVIEW TWPBURKESAFETY - STOCK PILING GRAVEL FOR PROJECT$50,000 BATTLEVIEW TOWNSHIPBURKESAFETY - TOWNSHIP ROAD REBUILD AND DUST CONTROL$72,000 BENTINCK TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUROAD REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE$2,600 BICKER TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILROAD BUILDING AND MAINTENANCE$2,600 BIG MEADOW TWPWILLIAMSRE-GRADE 2 MILES SEC 7-8 & 17-18$2,600 BLAINE TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUGRAVEL ROADS$2,600 BLOOMING PRAIRIE TWPDIVIDESAFETY - ROAD MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS$20,000 BLOOMING VALLEY TWPDIVIDEREBUILD OF 110 AVE$2,600 BLUE BUTTE TOWNSHIPMCKENZIERESHAPE AND RESURFACE ROADS$2,600 BORDER TOWNSHIPDIVIDEGRADE WIDENING AND GRAVEL$2,600 BOWBELLS TOWNSHIPBURKEROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 BOWMAN TOWNSHIPBOWMANPIPE YARD ROAD$2,600 Review Of Grants Awarded

60 DECEMBER 2012 – TOWNSHIP ROADS GRANTS POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION BRANDER TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 BROOKBANK TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILGRAVEL ROAD$2,600 BUFORD TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSSAFETY TO 149TH AVE APPROACH$50,000 BURG TOWNSHIPDIVIDEDAMAGED ROAD REPAIR$2,600 BURKE TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILROAD REPAIR$2,600 CARTER TOWNSHIPBURKECULVERTS AND GRAVEL$2,600 CHAMPION TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSEQUIPMENT IMPROVEMENT$2,600 CHATFIELD TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUGRAVEL PIT ROAD$2,600 CLAY TOWNSHIPRENVILLEMAINTINEANCE & REPAIRING$2,600 CLAYTON TOWNSHIPBURKEROAD MAINTENANCE - OIL TRAFFIC AND UPKEEP$2,600 CLEARWATER TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILREPAIR ROADS FROM OIL TRAFFIC$2,600 CLEARY TOWNSHIPBURKEGRAVELING/MAINT TO REPAIR DAMAGED TOWNSHIP ROADS$44,842 CLINTON TOWNSHIPDIVIDESAFETY ISSUE – WIDEN & RECLAIM WASHED OUT RD, CULVERTS$14,400 COALFIELD TOWNSHIPDIVIDEROAD REPAIR OF LARGE HOLES, MAINTENANCE AND GRAVEL$50,000 COLQUHOUN TWPRENVILLEROAD REPAIRS$2,600 COLVILLE TOWNSHIPBURKEROAD REPAIR$2,600 CORDELIA TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAU22ND AVE NE$2,600 COTTONWOOD TWPMOUNTRAILGRAVELING AND REPAIRS$2,600 CRANE CREEK TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILGRAVEL 43RD ST & 82ND AVE$2,600 DALE TOWNSHIPBURKEROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 Review Of Grants Awarded

61 DECEMBER 2012 – TOWNSHIP ROADS GRANTS POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION DELHI TOWNSHIPGOLDEN VALLYSAFETY ISSUES ON 161ST AVE SW$87,600 DENMARK TOWNSHIPWARDROAD MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR$2,600 DEWITT TOWNSHIPDIVIDEROAD REPAIR & UPSCALE$2,600 DRY FORK TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSALL TOWNSHIP ROADS$2,600 EAST FORK TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSKEEP UP ROADS FROM TRAFFIC FROM OIL ACTIVITIES$2,600 EDEN VALLEY TOWNSHIPRENVILLEROAD CONSTRUCTION$2,600 EGG CREEK TOWNSHIPMCHENRYREPAIR ROAD IN EGG CREEK TOWNSHIP$2,600 EIDSVOLD TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUROAD REPAIR & BRIDGE REPLACEMENT$2,600 ELKHORN TOWNSHIPDIVIDEROAD INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR 2012$2,600 ELMS TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUELMS OIL ROAD REPAIR$2,600 ENSIGN TOWNSHIPRENVILLECONTINUATION OF 2011 ROAD FLOOD/DAMAGE REPAIRS$2,600 EQUALITY TOWNSHIPWILLIAMS2012 FALL ROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 FARMVALE TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSGRAVEL TO PERFORM GENERAL MAINTENANCE$2,600 FAY TOWNSHIPBURKEFAY TOWNSHIP ROAD REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE$2,600 FERTILE VALLEY TWPDIVIDEROAD CONSTRUCTION$2,600 FOOTHILLS TOWNSHIPBURKERESHAPE AND GRAVEL ROAD$2,600 FORTHUN TOWNSHIPBURKEREBUILD AND REPAIR BAD SPOTS CAUSED BY OIL FIELD TRAFFIC$100,000 FRAZIER TOWNSHIPDIVIDEGRAVEL AND MAINTENANCE OF ROADS, HEAVY OIL FIELD TRAFFIC$2,600 FREDERICK TOWNSHIPDIVIDEMAJOR ARTERY AND MAINTENANCE$2,600 GARNESS TOWNSHIPBURKEMAINTAIN TOWNSHIP ROADS DUE TO HEAVY OIL TRAFFIC$2,600 GARNET TOWNSHIPDIVIDERECONSTRUCTION OF TOWNSHIP ROAD$2,600 Review Of Grants Awarded

62 DECEMBER 2012 – TOWNSHIP ROADS GRANTS POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION GOOSENECK TOWNSHIPDIVIDESAFETY - #2 - ROAD (RE) BUILDING AND MAINTENANCE$100,000 GRASSLAND TOWNSHIPRENVILLEWATER DISPOSAL WELL ROAD REBUILD$2,600 GREENBUSH TOWNSHIPWARDREBUILD OIL TRAFFIC IMPACTED ROADS$2,538 GRENORA TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSREBUILDING/IMPROVING 155TH AVE NW$2,600 GROVER TOWNSHIPRENVILLEGRAVEL, MAINT RDS, REBUILD 1 MILE OF RD$2,600 HAMERLY TOWNSHIPRENVILLEREBUILD 1 MILE OF ROAD$2,600 HAMLET TOWNSHIPRENVILLEGRAVELING, ROAD REPAIRS DUE TO INCREASED OIL ACTIVITY$2,600 HARAM TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUHAUL ROUTE REBUILD$2,600 HARDSCRABBLE TWPWILLIAMSMAINTENANCE ISSUES$2,600 HARMONIOUS TWPBURKEREPLACE CULVERT AND GRAVELING$2,600 HASTINGS TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUROAD CONSTRUCTION$2,600 HAWKEYE TOWNSHIPDIVIDEROAD GRAVELING AND REPAIR$2,600 HAWKEYE VALLEY TWPMCKENZIEBAD ROADS - 104TH AVE ROAD REPAIR$84,000 HAYLAND TOWNSHIPDIVIDEREBUILD GRADE AND GRAVEL 6 MILES OF ROAD$2,600 HENRY TOWNSHIPGOLDEN VALLYSNOW REMOVAL WINTER 2010 & 2011 & NEW SURFACE$2,600 HURLEY TOWNSHIPRENVILLEROAD GRAVELING AND MAINTENANCE$2,600 IDAHO TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAIL83RD AVE AND 64TH STREET CONSTRUCTION$2,600 JAMES HILL TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILGRADE 8 MILES OF TOWNSHIP ROADS$2,600 KANDIYOHI TOWNSHIPBURKEROAD CONSTRUCTION, RESHAPE & GRAVEL$2,600 Review Of Grants Awarded

63 DECEMBER 2012 – TOWNSHIP ROADS GRANTS POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION KANE TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUMAINTAIN TOWNSHIP ROADS WITH HIGH OIL TRAFFIC$2,600 KEENE TOWNSHIPMCKENZIEROAD RESURFACING$2,600 KELLER TOWNSHIPBURKEGRADE REPAIR$2,600 LAKEVIEW TOWNSHIPBURKEROAD GRAVEL AND MAINTENANCE$2,600 LANSFORD TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAULANSFORD TOWNSHIP ROAD REPAIR$2,600 LEAF MOUNTAIN TWPBURKEROAD AT 93RD ST NW & 92ND AVE$2,600 LINCOLN VALLEY TWPDIVIDESAFETY ISSUES/BAD ROADS - ROAD REBUILD & REPAIR$100,000 LINDAHL TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 LONG CREEK TOWNSHIPDIVIDESAFETY ISSUE - BUILD UP AND WIDEN ROAD$28,000 LOSTWOOD TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILGRAVELING AND ROAD REPAIR ON OIL IMPACTED ROADS$2,600 LOWLAND TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILMAN CAMP RD RESURFACE / RECONSTRUCT- WELL SITE IMPACT$2,600 LUCY TOWNSHIPBURKEROAD CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE$2,600 LUND TOWNSHIPWARDGRAVEL AND BLADING ON 135TH AVE$2,538 MARSHALL TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSROAD MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT (ROAD MAINTAINER)$2,600 MCALMOND TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILSAFETY/BAD #1-CUT, RAISE AND RESLOPE; #2-GRAVEL /MAINT$100,000 MCGAHAN TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILBAD ROAD - ROAD GRAVELING$24,000 MENTOR TOWNSHIPDIVIDEGRAVELING AND CONSTRUCTION$2,600 MINNEHAHA TOWNSHIPBOWMANREBUILDING OIL-IMPACTED ROAD$2,600 MINNESOTA TOWNSHIPBURKEROAD REPAIR$2,600 MISSOURI RIDGE TWPWILLIAMSBAD ROAD/SAFETY ISSUE - BIG HOLES - 134TH AND 58 ST$100,000 Review Of Grants Awarded

64 DECEMBER 2012 – TOWNSHIP ROADS GRANTS POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION MOUNT ROSE TWPBOTTINEAUSAFETY ISSUE INCLUDING NARROW - FIX ROAD 24TH AVE NW$20,000 MYRTLE TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILTOWNSHIP ROAD REPAIR & RECONSTRUCTION$2,600 NEWBORG TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUSAFETY DUE TO NARROW, ROUGH AND STEEP INSLOPE, REPAIR AND GRAVEL$19,200 NORTHSTAR TOWNSHIPBURKEROAD REBUILD$2,600 OAKLAND TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILREPAIR OF ROADS IN OAKLAND TOWNSHIP$2,600 ORLIEN TOWNSHIPWARDGRAVEL 2 MILES OF ROAD USED TO MAINTAIN OIL FIELD SITES$2,600 OSBORN TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILOSBORN TOWNSHIP GRADING AND AGGREGATE SERVICEING$2,600 OSLOE TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 PALERMO TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILPALERMO TOWNSHIP ROAD IMPROVEMENTS$2,600 PALMER TOWNSHIPDIVIDEROAD MAINTENANCE AND WIDENING$2,600 PARSHALL TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILSAFETY - REBUILD 74TH AVE NW$100,000 PASSPORT TOWNSHIPWARDIMPROVING SERVICES/INFRASTRUCTURE$2,600 PEABODY TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUGRAVEL ON ROADS USED FOR OIL TRAFFIC$2,600 PHERRIN TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSBAD ROAD, HIGH TRAFFIC - ROAD RESURFACING$100,000 PLAIN TOWNSHIPRENVILLEGRAVELING RURAL ROADS$2,600 PLAZA TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILREBUILD SEC 15&16 N SIDE-REPLACE CULVER 5&14, OIL ROAD 42 AVE $2,600 PLUMER TOWNSHIPDIVIDEROAD GRADE RAISE PROJECT$2,600 PORTAL TOWNSHIPBURKEBUILD UP AND REGRAVEL ROADS$2,600 POWERS LAKE TWPMOUNTRAILTOWNSHIP ROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 PRESCOTT TOWNSHIPRENVILLEROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 Review Of Grants Awarded

65 DECEMBER 2012 – TOWNSHIP ROADS GRANTS POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION PROSPERITY TOWNSHIPRENVILLEGRAVEL AND MAINTENANCE OF HIGH OIL TRAFFIC ROADS$2,600 PURCELL TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILROADS$2,600 RAINBOW TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSREPAIR INTERSECTIONS$2,600 RAT LAKE TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILGRAVEL$2,600 REE TOWNSHIPWARDRESHAPE AND GRAVEL$2,600 RENVILLE TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUROAD REBUILD$2,600 RICHBURG TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUMAINTENANCE AND GRAVEL ON EXISTING IMPACTED ROADS$2,600 RICHLAND TOWNSHIPBURKEUPGRADE AND ROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 ROCK ISLAND TWPWILLIAMSROAD REBUILDING$2,600 ROOSEVELT TOWNSHIPRENVILLEROAD GRAVELING AND REPAIR$2,600 ROSS TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILBAD ROAD – REPAIR AND REPLACE GRAVEL$64,000 ROUND PRAIRIE TWPWILLIAMSREPAIR WASHED OUT DITCH/CULVERT. RECONDITION & REPAIR 2 MILES OF RD$2,600 SADDLE BUTTE TWPGOLDEN VALLYSAFETY ISSUES - ROAD PROJECTS #2, #3, #4, #5 AND #6$100,000 SAUK PRAIRIE TWPWARDAVENUE REPAIR$2,600 SAUK VALLEY TWPWILLIAMSNEW GRAVEL PIT CONSTRUCTION$2,600 SCANDIA TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUOIL TRAFFIC REPAIR$2,600 SCORIO TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSROAD/STREET GRAVEL AND MAINTENANCE$2,600 SCOTIA TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUGRADE RAISE$2,600 SENTINEL CIVIL TWPGOLDEN VALLYGRAVELING SQUARE BUTTE ROAD$2,600 SERGIUS TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUSAFETY/BAD ROAD - ROAD REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE$21,600 Review Of Grants Awarded

66 DECEMBER 2012 – TOWNSHIP ROADS GRANTS POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION SHERMAN TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUROAD REPAIR - 31$2,600 SHORTCREEK TOWNSHIPBURKEBAD ROAD/SAFETY - ROAD REBUILD$100,000 SIDONIA TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILGRAVEL AND MAINTENANCE ON ROADS$2,600 SIKES TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILROAD GRAVELING$2,600 SIOUX TOWNSHIPMCKENZIESAFETY ISSUE, VISIBILITY ZERO AT TIMES - ROADWAY DUST CONTROL$80,000 SIOUX TRAIL TOWNSHIPDIVIDEROAD REBUILDING & MAINTENANCE$2,600 SMOKEY BUTTE TOWNSHIPDIVIDEOIL IMPACTED ROADS$2,600 SOO TOWNSHIPBURKEROAD REPAIR$2,600 SORKNESS TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILROAD DITCH MOWING, ROAD BED GRAVELING AND REPAIR$2,600 SPENCER TOWNSHIPWARDROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 SPRING COULEE TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILCLEAR TREES AND SHRUBS FROM TOWNSHIP ROADS$2,600 SPRINGBROOK TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSBAD ROAD/SAFETY ISSUE REPAIR AND GRAVEL ROADS$40,000 STAR TOWNSHIPBOWMANYELLOWSTONE TRAIL ROAD SURFACING$2,600 STARBUCK TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUBAD ROAD/SAFETY - CULVERT REPLACEMENT, SNOW REMOVAL, AND RUTS$40,000 STONE CREEK TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUROAD REPAIR$2,600 STONEVIEW TOWNSHIPDIVIDE108TH AVE NW WIDENING & 2013 ROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 STONY CREEK TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSBAD ROAD/SAFETY - REBUILD AND GRAVEL OILFIELD ROADS$100,000 STRANDAHL TOWNSHIPWILLIAMS2013 ROADS$2,600 TACOMA TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUROAD GRAVELING$2,600 THORSON TOWNSHIPBURKEBAD ROADS/BROKEN DOWN - ROAD PROJECTS$95,600 TRENTON TOWNSHIPWILLIAMS SAFETY ISSUE- GRAVEL, BLADING, RAILROAD CROSSING, 2 BLOCK OVERLAY, DUST CTL $100,000 Review Of Grants Awarded

67 DECEMBER 2012 – TOWNSHIP ROADS GRANTS POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION TROY TOWNSHIPDIVIDEREBUILD TOWNSHIP ROAD$2,600 TWELVE MILE TWPWILLIAMSROAD RENOVATION$2,600 TWIN BUTTE TOWNSHIPDIVIDEGRADE RAISE AND RIP-RAP$2,600 TYRONE TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSGRAVEL & MAINTAIN OIL IMPACTED TOWNSHIP ROADS$2,600 UPLAND TOWNSHIPDIVIDEOIL FIELD ROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 VALE TOWNSHIPBURKECHIPPING & GRAVEL ROADS$2,600 VAN BUREN TOWNSHIPRENVILLEROAD SAFETY$2,600 VIEW TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSEQUIPMENT PURCHASE AND ROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 WARD TOWNSHIPBURKE90TH STREET ROAD REPAIR$2,600 WAYNE TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUOPERATION EVEN GRADE$2,600 WAYZETTA TOWNSHIPMOUNTRAILSAFETY/LARGE EXPOSED ROCK IN ROAD BED – REBUILDING OF 43RD ST NW$100,000 WESTBY TOWNSHIPDIVIDEROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 WHEATON TOWNSHIPBOTTINEAUROAD RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT$2,600 WHEELOCK TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSMOTOR GRADER - ROAD MAINTENANCE$2,600 WHITE ASH TOWNSHIPRENVILLEHAUL ROAD REPAIR$2,600 WHITE EARTH TWPMOUNTRAIL2013 ROAD PROJECT$2,600 TOTAL AWARDS $2,500,118 Review Of Grants Awarded

68 DECEMBER 2012 – Contingency Award – Trenton Township POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION TRENTON TOWNSHIPWILLIAMSREPLACEMENT FIRE ENGINE$10,000 TOTAL AWARD $10,000 MAY 2013 – Contingency Award – City of Belfield POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION CITY OF BELFIELDSTARKREPLACE POLICE CRAZIER$18,977 TOTAL AWARD $18,977 JUNE 2013 – Contingency Award – Billings County POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION BILLINGS COUNTYBILLINGSREPLACE SHERIFF CRAZIER$51,814 TOTAL AWARD $51,814 JUNE 2013 – City Infrastructure Award – City of Bottineau POLITICAL CountyProject Title GRANT AWARD SUBDIVISION CITY OF BOTTINEAUBOTTINEAUBOTTINEAU SANITARY SEWER EXTENSION $154,017 TOTAL AWARD $154,017 Review Of Grants Awarded

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