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Thursday, May16,2013 Pncr 91 Tri-Coun News .tt v g,46 V -'- *--'-'- Display Ad Network Your newspaper represenlc ive can provide complete deTdls. The 2x4 Network is a program of the MNA, phone 800-279-2979 ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, City of Eden Valley The City of Eden Valley is looking for an individual interested in serving as Zoning Administrator/Enforcement Officer. This paid position is by appointment of the City. A brief list of duties includes: issuing zoning and other permits; inspect buildings and land use; maintain thorough and current records; make sure appropriate documents are filed with the County Recorder, as required by law; process all applications, including filing and forwarding them to the appropriate official bodies; institute actions against violators; serve as Chair of the Planning Commission and Board of Adjustment; take meeting minutes. For a complete job description,further information, or to apply: Contact Mona Haag, City Clerk Tel. (320) 453-5251 Fax (320-453-5871 171 Cossairt Ave., P.O. Box 25, Eden Valley MN 55329-0025 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER A vacancy also exists on the Planning & Zoning Commission.* Legal Notice FOREST PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP MEETING DATE CHANGED Forest Prairie Township will hold their May monthly meeting on Tuesday, May 28, at 7 p.m. in the Watkins City Hall. Bob Geislinger, Clerk, Forest Prairie Township Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays May 16 and 23, 2013. Legal Notice track cabinet SCHOOL BOARDPROCEEDINGS -Approved the SW/WC Ser- EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS vice Cooperative Membership and PUBLIC SCHOOL #463 2013-2014 Contracted Services WWW.EVW.K12.MN.US -Approved the Resource Train- APRIL 10, 2013 ing Health & Safety Management The Board of Education met in Service Contract regular session on April 10, 2013, at -Approved the Resource Train- 6:30 p.m. with Bob Flaschenriem, ing Environmental/Occupational Shelley Kern, Sarah Kuechle, Health & Safety Contract lulie Meyer, loAnn Rademacher, -Notice of the Following Board Bob Stenger, leremy Willner, and Committee Meeting(s): Superintendent Mark Messman Construction @ District Office present. Cathy Wuertz and Bruce on Wednesdays at 9:00 a.m. Kiehn were also present. Open Phase II Bids on Thurs- The meetingwas calledto order day, April 11 at 2:00 p.m. by Chairperson Sarah Kuechle. The April 10, 2013, bills, checks The meeting was opened with #55929 through #56098 elec- the Pledge of Allegiance. trOnic tax payments and P-card The agenda was approved onpurchases, totaling $634,503.72 a motion by lulie Meyer and sec- were presented and approved on onded by loAnn Rademacher.a motion by Shelley Kern and sec- Motion carried unanimously, onded by Jeremy Willner. Motion The consent agenda was carried unanimously. approved on a motion by GENERAL FUND 408,570.57 Shelley Kern and seconded by Bob FOOD SERVICE 52,922.45 Flaschenriem.Motion carriedCOMMUNITY SERVICE 9,062.37 unanimously. BLDG. CONSTRUC. 163,517.08 Rob Pederson arrivedat DEBT REDEMPTION 431.25 6:33 p.m. =SUM(ABOVE) 634,503.72 Items included in the consent A complete list of the bills is agenda: available in the District Office. -Approved the minutes of theThe following items of business March 13, 2013, Regular School were transacted: Board Meeting Superintendent Mark Mess- -Approved an extra curricular man reviewed and commented on contract with Joe Puncochar for April enrollment numbers which Track Coach, $500 By Donations are at 921 students. -Approved the retirement res- Sharon Borgert, Heidi Kuechle ignation of Marion Frank, Ele- and Dave Dziengel presented Sci- mentary Principal's Secretary, ence Curriculum report and asked effective at the end of the 2012-13 for adoption of new science cur- schoolyear (June 14, 2013) riculum. The Board approved -Approved the full retirement the new Science Curriculum on a of Mike Novak, Secondary School motion by Bob Flaschenriem and Teacher, effective the end of his seconded by Julie Meyer. Motion Retired Teaching Agreement con- carried unanimously. tract term Dave Schneider presented the -Accepted a donation of a tele- #463 Facility Use Fee Schedule scope from Arnie and Kris Gru- and answered questions. enes for the science department The Board approved the #463 -Accepted a donation Of Facility Use Fee Schedule on a $1,600.00 from Eden Valley Lions motion by Shelley Kern and sec- for DECA Onded by loAnn Rademacher. -Accepted a donation of Motion carried unanimously. $4,000.00 from. Eden Valley Lions Superintendent Mark Mess- for summer rec man apprised the board on the -Acceptedadonationof$300.00 building, Construction updates from Eden Valley Lions for senior and time frames. Bob Stenger citizens' banquet inquired about the possibility of -Accepted a donation of $400.00 a sidewalk on the west side of the from Cenex Coop for FFA new gymnasium. Mark will check -Accepted a donation of $285.75 into the feasibility, cost, etc. from Eden Valley-Watkins Legion The Board approved Capi- Baseball for catcher gear tal Outlay 2013-2018 on a motion -Accepted adonation of $250.00 by Jeremy Willner and seconded from Northern Lights Youth Ser- by Shelley Kern. Motion carried vices for SADD seat belt safety unanimously. -Accepted a donation of Member Bob Stenger intro- $1,000.00 from Eagle Boosters for duced the RESOLUTION RELAT- scholarships ING TO THE NONRENEWAL OF -Accepted a donation, of THE TEACHING CONTRACT OF $425.00 from Eagle Boosters for TARA WOOD, A PROBATIONARY TEACHER and moved its adop- tion. The motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was seconded by Jeremy Willner and upon vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor thereof: Bob Flaschenriem, Shelley Kern, Sarah Kuechle, lulie Meyer, loAnn Rademacher, Bob Stenger and leremy Willner and the following voted against the Same: None; whereupon said res- olution was passed and adopted. The complete resolution is on file in the District Office. Superintendent Mark Mess- man and the Board continued dis- cussions and recommendations on budget assumptions, and the potential for increased revenue and reductions. The following board commit- tee reports were given: Sunshine Committee report by Julie Meyer and Sarah Kuec~le IMPACT Committee report by ]ulie Meyer Community Education report by Julie Meyer Other: LMCI (Labor Manage- ment Committee on Insurance) by Mark Messman. Elementary Principal Rob Ped- erson reported on elementary progress, programming ard ini- tiatives. Secondary Principal Bruce Kiehn reported on sec(ndary progress, programming arJ ini- tiatives. Superintendent Me;sman reported on the following ssues: board book and email; fidds & practices; strategic plaming; Affordable Care Act; P/T eralua- tions; legislative updates; g,mna- sium dedication. Other business: The Board approved proposal to dedicate the new gym to Jay JoLnson/ Larry Peterson on a motion by ]ulie Meyer and seconded by Bob Flaschenriem.Motion carried unanimously. Develop Agenda for the May 8 Board Meeting City contact for the "Warrant" concert on August 10 (pending) Building Update Fund balance, budget and assumptions 2013-14 The meeting was adjourned at 8:35 p.m. on a motion by ]er- emy Willner and seconded by Bob Flaschenriem. Motion carried unanimously. JoAnn Rademacher CLERK School Board Proceedings - April 10, 2013 Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, May 16, 2013. Legal Notice clerk at (320) 398-8400 for cost of NOTICE KINGSTON TOWNSHIP dust control. All money must be to DUST CONTROL township clerk by May 25 to have Kingston Township is offer- the dust control applied. Send to ing dust control to township resi- Kingston Township 35359 - 732 dents. The township will pay half Avenue Kimball, MN 55353 the cost for the first 300' and if res- Gail Schiefelbein/clerk ident wants additional dust con- Kingston Township trol they would pay full cost. If a Published in the Tri-County township resident is interested in News Thursdays, May 9 and 16, dust control, please call township 2013. Legal Notice ISD #739 REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS Independent School District #739, Kimball, is seeking quotations I for student transportation services beginning with the 2013-2014 school year. Quotations are due no later than 1 p.m. on Wednesday, June 12, 2013, at the following address: Business Manager Kimball Area Public Schools 100 Hwy 55 West P O Box 368 Kimball, MN 55353 Quotations are to be on the forms provided and sealed in an envelope with the following notation on the outside: "TRANSPOR- TATION QUOTATION". Specifications and forms may be contacting the Dis- trict Office of ISD #739 located at the above address, or by calling (320) 398-5585. i Independent School District No. 739 is using the quotatiOn pro- i cess established by Minnesota Statute 123B.52, Subd. 3, for the pro- i curement of this contract, and disclaims usage of any other con- i tract procurement options allowed under applicable law. The School District reserves the right to reject any and all quotations and waive irregularities therein, and further reserves the right to award a contract to the lowest responsible service provider that is in the best interest of Independent School District No. 739. Published in the Tri-CountyNews Thursdays, May 16 and 23, 2013. Legal Notice 4. I, the undersigned, Certify that Office of the Secretary of State I am signing this document as the ASSUMED NAME person whose signature is required, State of Minnesota or as agent of the person(s) Whose Pursuant to Chapter 333, Min- signature would be required who nesota Statutes; the undersigned, has authorized me to sign this doc- who is or will be conducting or ument on his/her behalf, or in both transacting a commercial business capacities, I further certify that I in the State of Minnesota under an have completed all required fields, assumed name, hereby certifies: and that the information in this 1. List the exact assumed name document is true and correct and under which the business is or will in compliance with the applica- be conducted: MBP PropertyLP. - ble chapter of Minnesota Statutes. 2. Principal Place of Busi- I understand that by signing this ness: 2425 Arrowwood Rd, South document I am subject to the penal- Haven MN 55382. ties of perjury as set forth in Section 3. List the name and complete 609.48 as if I had signed this docu- street address of all persons con- ment under oath. ducting business under the above (s) Michael E. Kust, Assumed Name, OR if an entity, StateofMinnesota provide the legal.corporate, LLC, Department of State or Limited Partnership name and Filed April 18, 2013 registered office address: (S) Mark Ritchie Michael E. Kust, MBP Property Published in the Tri-County News LP, 2425 Arrowwood Rd, SouthThursdays, May 9 and 16, 2013. Haven MN 55382. Legals also are available on-line at www.tricountynews. "ql