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Legals for August, 10 2022

| August 10, 2022 12:00 AM

Invitation for Bids The Mineral County Sheriff's Office is soliciting competitive bids from interested parties for the purchase of a stationary full body scanner system. Bids will be considered on the lowest, most responsible bid submitted and the following criteria. Purchase price Warranty Service Agreement Delivery date and Analysis and comparison with similar or related equipment. Sealed bids must be received at the Mineral County Clerk and Recorders Office PO Box 550, Superior MT 59872 Address of the above location (Please mark your envelope Bid enclosed) No later than 08/17/2022 The envelope containing the bid shall be labeled "Body Scanner Bid Enclosed" Bids will be opened on 08/19/2022 at 9:30 AM in the Mineral County Commissioners' Office. Any question relating to either the bid procedure or specifications must be received by 08/11/20020 And will be answered no later than 08/15/2002 Please send requests for Bid Sheets and information can be sent to Sheriff Mike Toth at mtoth@co.mineral.mt.us The Mineral County Sheriff's Office reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to wave the irregularities, or to accept any bid deemed to be for the public good. Published in the Mineral Independent on August 3, August 10, 2022. MNAXLP

LONGVIEW SITE GRAVEL PIT OPERATION (REVISED FROM JULY 13, 2022) SECTION 26, T15N, R25W MINERAL COUNTY OPERATOR: KNIFE RIVER 4800 WILKIE ROAD MISSOULA, MT 59808 406-532-5225 This is a revised notice to let the public know the original permit acreage has been reduced by 7.3 acres. A portion previously included on the east side of the original 81.7 acre permit is owned by a different party and that portion has been removed from the amendment. Knife River now proposes to amend its existing 20 acre gravel mining permit to add an additional 54.4 acres for a total of 74.4 acres. The permit is located along the Longview Ranch Road near the junction with Nemote Creek Road. The site currently has a 5-acre open pit with small stockpiles and flat floor that rises into higher, timber covered terrain. The final reclamation date will now be December 2050. As much as a total of 14.0 million cubic yards of sand and gravel may be removed from this site and up to 110,000 cubic yards of soil will be saved for reclamation. The site is accessed directly from the Longview Ranch Road. The pit could be operated intermittently anytime 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. Mining and hauling may include the use of dozers, loaders, scrapers, haul trucks, fuel trucks, seeders, road watering and other equipment typical of heavy construction. More stationary equipment including a crusher, conveyors, a wash plant, a ready mix plant and an asphalt plant could be mobilized in and used at any time over the next 27 years. Published in the Mineral Independent on August 10, August 17, 2022. MNAXLP

St. Regis School Final Budget Meeting St. Regis School Board of Trustees will meet Wednesday, August 17th in the Music Room at 6:00 p.m. for the purpose of considering and adopting the final budget of the district. This meeting of the trustees may be continued from day to day until the final adoption of the district's budget. Any taxpayer in the district may appear at the meeting and be heard for or against any part of the budget. (Montana Code Annotated: 20-9-115.) Published in the Mineral Independent on August 10, 2022. MNAXLP

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