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41L Thursday, June 13, 2013 Pa e 16 Le als Government Tri-Coun NeTh?rwSdatricounEnews.m :iii 4 Legal Notice a utility easement located on the Notice of Public Hearing on Vacated Undeveloped Portion of Vacation of a Utility Easement Bell Street North located north of Pursuant to Minnesota Statute the right-of-way of the intersec- 412.851 tion of Coleman Avenue East and Notice is hereby given that a Bell Street North within the City of hearing will be held before the Eden Valley. Eden Valley City Council on the Mona Haag, Clerk/Treasurer ,rd day of July, 2013, in the Eden Published in the Tri-County Valley Civic Center located at 171 News Thursdays, June 13, 20, and Cossairt Avenue West at 7:00 p.m. '27, 2013. to consider a aroposed vacation of Legal Notice Candidacy for said election will be NOTICE TO VOTERS Tuesday, the 16th day of July, 2013, Notice is hereby given: That a .with filings closing at 5 p.m. that Special Election in the City 0fEden day. Valley, in the Counties of Meeker Offices to be filled include one and Stearns, State of Minnesota, ()) City Councilor for a term to will be held on Tuesday, the 10th expire on December 31, 2016. day of September, 2013, between Dated this 13th day of June, 2013. the hours of 12:00 noon and 8 p.m. " Mona Haag That the first day for filing affi- Clerk/Treasurer davits of Candidacy will be Tues- City of Eden Valley day, the 2nd day of July, 2013, and Published in the Tri-County the last day for filing affidavits of News Thursdays, June 13, 20, 27, July 4, and11, 2013. Legal Notice of insurance for General Liability ROAD MAINTENANCE and Workers' Compensation. BID NOTICE The Board reserves the right to MAINE PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP accept or reject any and all bids Maine Prairie Township is and to waive any defect or techni- o accepting sealed bids for mainte- calities therein. Bids can be pre- nance of approximately 77 miles sented at the meeting on July 9th of township roads. Bids should or sent to Maine Prairie Town- include hauling gravel, blading, ship, 17062 Danzig Road, Kim- mowing ditch rights-of-ways and ball, MN 55353-9704, prior to July snow plowing. Bids will be opened 9. If you have questions, you may at the Town Board Meeting oncontact Chair JohnWicker at (320) July 9, 2013, at 7:30 p;m. or, as soon 249-2400, or ~320) 398-2400, thereafter as possible, at Maine Alice Robinson Prairie Township Hall, 7551 Dell- Clerk/Treasurer wood Road, Kimball, MN. Published in the Tri-County Upon acceptance of the bid, News Thursdays, June 13 and 20, the Township will require proof 2013. ............. ' ................ i I Legal Notice case located closer than 100 feet NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING from the OHWL. Affected prop- Notice is hereby given, pursu- erty: Lot 45, Block-2, Clearwater ant to Minnesota Statute, Section Harbor, Section 32, T121N & 122N, 394.26, that the Stearns County R27W, Lynden Township. prop- Board of Adjustment, in and for erty .address: 230 Baxter Road, the County of Stearns, will con- South Haven, MN. duct a public hearing on Thurs- All applications and related day, June 27, 2013, in Conference information are on file with the Room 121 CDE, Stearns CountyEnvironmental Services Depart- Service Center West, 3301 County ment, Room 343, County Admin- Road 138, Waite Park, MN, begin- istration Center, 705 Courthouse ning at 6:30 p.m. Square, St. Cloud, MN and can Purpose of the hearing is toalso be viewed approximately consider the granting or denial of one week prior to the meeting at variances from the Stearns County co.stearns.mn.us, by clicking on Zoning Ordinance, Stearns Board and Committee Meetings. County Subdivision Ordinance, Action taken on these applications Stearns County Sewage Treatment will be available shortly after the Ordinance, Stearns County Recre- meeting at the same website loca, ational Campground Ordinance, tion. Stearns County Lodging Estab- All interested persons are lishment~ Ordinance, Stearnsinvited to attend said hearing or County Childrens Camps Ordi-submit written testimony prior to nance and the Stearns Countythe hearing date either in support Manufactured Home Parks Ordi- of or in opposition to the requests. nance as follows: Written testimony should be sent Public Hearings: to tl/e Stearns County Board of To consider a request fromAdjustment, Stearns County Envi- Richard Nygaard, Maple Grove, ronmental Services Department, MN from Sections 10.2.11A(2)Administration Center Room 343, (a) of the Stearns County Zon- 705 Courthouse Square, St. Cloud, ing Ordinance #439 to construct MN 56303. a residential structure 72 feet Barrier Free Status: This meet- from the OHWL and in the shore ing will be accessible to the hand- impact zone (less than 100 feet) icapped. Attempts will be made of Grass Lake, which is a Natu- to accommodate any other indi- ral Environme,at Lake. Said Ordi- vidual need for special services. nance requires new residential Please call (320) 656-3613, or structures be located behind the 1-800-450-0852, early so arrange- established building line of a Nat- ments can be made. ural Environment Lake and in no Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, June 13, 2013. also are WWW. tricountynews. Legal Notice WATKINS PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Watkins Board of Adjustments will hold a public hearing Wednesday, June 26, 2013, at 7:15 p.m. at City Hall. The pur- pose of the hearing is to obtain public testimony on a variance application from Ralph Linn, 111 Meeker Avenue South, Watkins MN 55389 to construct a garage with side yard setbacks of less than five feet as required by the Wat- kins Zoning Ordinance, Article II, Section 2.02, B.3. Dated: June 10, 2013 Debra Kramer, Clerk Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, June 13, 2013. Legal Notice WATKINS PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Watkins Board of Adjustments will hold a special meeting Wednesday, June 26, 2013 at 7:25 p.m. at City Hall. Purpose of the meeting will be to review pub- lic testimony regarding a variance application submitted by Ralph Linn and to make a determination on the application request. Dated: June 10, 5013 Debra Kramer, Clerk Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, June 13, 2013. Legal Notice and bid price submitted. The suc- ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS cessful bidder will be required to FOR WASTEWATER IRRIGATION enter into a Land Lease Agreement LAND LEASE with the City, which will be made The City of Kimball will be available for each bidder to review. accepting bids for the lease of The current renter will have the approximately 109 acres of tillable right to match the best offer. land that is designated as irrigated To be considered, sealed bids wastewater disposal land. The term must be received by 8:00 a.m. on of the agreement will commence July 26, 2013. Bids may be submit- on 1st day of January 2014, and end ted via mail or delivered in person on the 31st day of December 2018; to: Kimball City Hall - Land Lease for a term of 5 years. Bid, 1 Main St N, Kimball, MN Bids are to be submitted on 55353. a form supplied by the City by The City reserves the right to 8:00 a.m. on July 26, 2013. The bid reject any and all bids. shall state a price per acre per year Bid forms and other perti- for the property for crop years 2014, nent documents are available on 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. The the City's website www.ci.kimbalL renter must plant alfalfa or another ran. us, and at: hay crop which is approved by the Kimball City Hall Kimball City Council. Irrigation of PO Box238 the wastewater is at the discretion Kimball, MN 55353 of the City of Kimball Public Works Phone: (320) 398-2725 Department. The City of Kimball Documents may also be reserves the right to lease approx- requested via e-mail at: imately 1/2 to 1 acre of land to cityoflcimball@melteLnet Northern Natural Gas for an odor- Nicole Pilarski izer facility which will be located Clerk/Treasurei outside the irrigation area of the City of Kimball land to be leased. Published in the Tricounty New5 The City will award the bid Thursdays June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 4, based on the criteria of crop selec- 11, and 18, 2013. tion, crop management practices Civil-War digest:. This week 150 years ago Major Highlights for the Week Fighting broke out at Opequon Wednesday, June 10, 1863 Creek, Bunker hill, and White Citizens north of the Potomac Post, near Winchester, Va. River were already alarmed Sunday, June 14, 1863 about an impending Confeder- SECOND BATTLE OF ate advance, even though the Con- WINCHESTER, VA federate army was not on their soil. The 6,900-strong Federal garri- Major General Joseph Hooker, cam- sona Winchester, Va.,underMajor manding the Federal Army of the General R.H. Miloy was attacked Potomac, wrote to Lincoln that it by two divisions of Confederate was now the time to march on Rich- Lieutenant General Richard mond, Va. Lincoln replied, "I think Ewell's corps. Loss s were small in Lee's Army, and not Richmond, is the first day of fighting. your true objective point."At Port Hudson, above Baton Thursday, June 11, 1863 Rouge, La., Major General Nathan- Skirmishing occurred at ielBanks called on the Confederates Smith's BridgenearCorinth, Miss.; to surrender. When they refused, Scottsville, Ky.; Jacksonport, Ark.; Banks ordered an assault at dawn. and at Darien, Ga. Two main spearheads advanced, In Ohio, Congressman Clement gained some ground, but failed to L.Vallandighamwasnominatedfor break the lines. About 6,000 Feder- governor by the Peace Democrats, als a ivanced against 3,750 Confed- although he was absent fromcrates. Banks suffered 203 killed; the state. Although sent to the 1,401 wounded and 188 missing for Confederacy by the order ofan aggregate total of 1,792. Confed- President Abraham Lincoln, he erate losses were light - 22 killed and was also unwelcome in the South 25 wounded for a total of 47. The "and shipped off to Canada. siege continued at Port Hudson, and Friday, June 12, 1863 in Vicksburg, Miss. The head of Confederate Gen-Monday, June 15, 1863 eral Robert E. Lee's army crossed Major General R.H. Miloy's the Blue Ridge Mountains into troops began to withdraw from the the Shenandoah Valley towards Federal garrison at Winchester, Va., Winchester, and engaged in skir- around 1 a.m. They were stopped mishes at Newtown, Cedarville by Confederates at Stephenson's and Middletown, Va. Depot, about four miles north of Confederate Vice President Alex- Winchester.Afterasharpfight, some ander Stephens offered to President Federal units managed to escape Jefferson Davis to take part in a mis- towards Harper's Ferry. Losses were sion to affect "a correct understand- h avy with 4,000 men reported ingand agreement between the two captured or missing. There were governments." 95 Federal dead and 348 wounded. In Washington, President The Confederates also seized Abraham Lincoln visited the War 23 guns, 300 loaded wagons, more Department, greatly concerned than 300 horses, and large quanti- over Lee's movements, ties ofcommissaryand quartermas- Saturday, June 13, 1863 ter's stores. Confederates suffered The advance corps of the Con- 47 killed, 219 wounded and 3 miss- federate Army of Northern Vir- ing for a combined loss of 269. ginia drove in the Federaloutposts The Confederate advance north at Winchester in the Shenandoah continued. Valley and occupied Berryville, Tuesday, June 16, 1863 Va. Federal Major General Joseph As the Confederates began to Hooker's Army of the Potomaccross the Potomac River on their began to move northward towards northward operation, with the the Potomac River during theArmy of Northern Virginia strung night, after nearly seven months out across a large part of Virginia, in position on the Rappahannock Federal Major General Joseph River opposite Fredericksburg. Hooker moved most of his Army 1111"11 iiii[i ~ ! 186t CIVIL WAR 1865 of the Potomac to Fairfax CQurt House. He now became involved in an argument with his superior, Major General Henry W. Halleck, in Washington. At Harrisburg, Pa., a reporter described the scene as a "per- fect panic." "Every woman in the place seemed anxious to leave," and people loaded down with4ug- gage crowded the trains. At the state capitol, books, papers, paint- ings and valuables were packed for evacuation. Where Minnesota Regiments were the week of June 10-16, 1863 1st Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try-LeftBanksFord,Va., on June 12, en route to Gettysburg, Pa. 2nd Minrresota Volunteer Infantry - On duty at Franklin, Tenn., until June 23, 1863. 3rd Minnesota Volunteer Infantry-'Participated in Siege of Vicksburg until July 4; 1863. 4th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry - Participated in Siege of Vicksburg until July 4, 1863. 5th Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try - Participated in the Siege of Vicksburg until July 4, 1863. 6th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry - On duty at Camp Pope near Iowa City, Iowa, until June 16, 1863. 7th Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try- On garrison duty in Mankato and other points in Minnesota until June 16, 1863. 8th Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try - Marched to Fort Ridgely for duty until June 5, 1864. 9th Minnesota Volunteer Infan- try - On garrison duty in various frontier Minnesota communities until June 16, 1863. 10th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry- Regiment on detached service for garrison duty at vari- ous outposts in frontier Minnesota until June 16, 1863. 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