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Thursday, June 18, 2009 ~ tl~l~ 1: Government Tri-County News Kimball, MN I~Klt41.t.~ ~~ ........ ...... __,.- : =- .-.--7-.__- ........ Legal Notice NOTICE OF MEETING DATE CHANGE The July 6 regular schedulued City Council meeting has been changed to Tuesday, July 7, 2009, at 7:00 p.m. at Kimball City Hall. Tommy M. Weege, Clerk Treasurer City of Kimball Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, June 18, 2009. Legal Notice RESOLUTION 061509 TO AMMEND CHAPTER 11, SECTION 1195 SWIMMING POOLS Councilmember Eric Loewen, introduced the following resolu- tion and moved for its adoption, to amend Section 1195 as follows: Amend 1195.02-Conditional Use Permits Required add with the exception of Storable Pools. See Section 1195.08 Amend l195.06-Safety Fence Required change (1) from at least 5 feet to at least 4 feet; (2) add to the existing wordage Minimum pMichele Bachmann U.S, State Representative, District 6 ....DTV transition is here On June 12, Minnesotans made the transition - along with all Amer- icans - to an all-digital television transmission. If you use cable or sat- ellite television, you should have experienced no difficulties with this transition. But, if you have rabbit ears or another antenna on top of your analog set, you may need some help getting set up. Most TVs sold after 2007 will have a digital Umer already installed, and like those with cable or satellite ser- vice, these consumers should need to take no additional action. Your owner's manual will specify how your TV receives channels if you're_ not sure. If you only receive pub- lic broadcast television, and your TV does not have a digital receiver, you may need a DTV convertor box. You do not need to buy a new TV or sub- scribe to a cable service to receive the public channels you have always enjoyed. If you need assistance buy- ing a convertor box, coupons are available at the Federal Communi- cations Commission (FCC) Web site, , to help you cover the cost. In fact, over the past year, my office has helped many families In Minnesota's Sixth Congressional District get converter box coupons to ensure that analog televisions will be able to receive the new signal come June 12. Minnesotans have requested over 1,000,000 coupons, but as of June, only 763,814 have been redeemed. If you have a coupon alread~ be sure to use it within the 90 days from when it was mailed. The coupon becomes void if it expires and you will need to request another one. At , you can find out where to buy a convertor box, a shoppIng guide to help you buy the right box, as well as tips to help solve any prob- lems that may come up. In addition, you can call the FCC's DTV Hot Line with your questions: (888) CALL-FCC (888-225-5322). If you already have all the equip- ment you need to make the transi- tion, but aren't comfortable installing it yourself, you can call on the Geek Squad. The FCC has contracted with these specially trained technicians to help you connect up to two con-" verter boxes and trouble shoot any problems you may have. To find out if you qualify for this free assistance, call (877) BBY-DTV9 (877-229-3889) before June 30, 2009. The digital television transition is meant to both cleat up analog sta- tions to be used for public safety and emergency services and also to allow TV stations to offer higher-qual- ity broadcasts and more program- ruing options through multi-casting, which you see on your TV as channel 2.1, for example. I encourage you to visit , if you have any questions about how you may be impacted by this transition. I also invite you to call my office for any questions you may have about the DTV switch. In Woodbury at (651) 731-5400 and in Waite Park at (320) 253-5931, my staff has been following the progress of the coupon program and the dig- ital transition and will try to answer any questions you have. And, we're always pleased to try to get answers to your questions: Cgwmn. Michele Bachmann Minnesota Sixth District Rep. United States Congress ......... IIPIN[ requirement is chain link fencing and may be slatted. Add Section 1195.08 Storable Pools (1) Definition - A pool capable of holding water to a maximum depth of forty eight inches (48) or a pool with non-metallic, molded polymeric or fabric walls sup- ported on a rigid framework or by an inflatable ring and constructed entirely on or above ground, and is designed and constructed to be readily disassembled for storage and re-assembled to its original integrity. (2) Pool Operation - Storable pools will be allowed for use from May 1, through October 1 each year. Storable Pools shall be disas- sembled and stored inside for the period from October 1, through May 1. Their filtration systems must be operating and water qual- ity must be properly maintained at all times during the periods in which they are assembled. If water quality or filtration can not be properly maintained during these periods, the pool must be disas- sembled and properly stored. (3) A land use permit, which can be issued at City Hall, must be obtained yearly, shall be required for storable swimming pools capa- ble of holding a water depth of more than 24 inches (24") at any point and in which the pool walls are entirely above the adjacent grade and the capacity does not exceed five thousand (5,000) gal- lons, (according to the Building Code). All pools for which a land use permit is required, shall sub- mit a site plan showing the size of the pool, the proposed location of the pool and its relationship to the principal building on the lot, property boundaries, fencing and other structures, including util- ity location and trees, the loca- tion, size, and types of equipment to be used in connection with the pool, including but not limited to, filter unit, pump, heaters or other related equipment. All pools and related equipment are required to be installed following the require- Page 13 iiirl i ]HHHHHn ments of this code, the-adopted building code and the manufac- ture's printed installation instruc- tions. Storable pools must meet all side and back yard set backs according to the Ordinance and no pool is allowed to be erected in the front yard. (4) A General Permit is required for the Safety Fence, according to Section 1195.06 - prior to filling the pool, the approved fence or other enclosure must be installed, inspected and approved by the City Buyilding Official. To amend Chapter 2, Adminis- tration, Section 215, add Land Use Permit fee of $10.00. Councilmember Chris Jarisky seconded the forgoing resolution. Those voting in favor of: Chris Jan- sky; DuWayne Orbeck; Tammy Konz; Eric Loewen, absent-Joe Krippner, motion carried and Will become effective June 18, 2009. City of Kimball Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, ]une 18, 2009. Legal Notice NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that default has occurred in the condi- tions of the following described mortgage: DATE OF MORTGAGE: Febru: ary 26, 2004 ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE: $75,000.00 MORTGAGOR(S): Steven J. Swenson and Karen M. Swenson, husband and wife, as joint tenants MORTGAGEE: Flagship Bank, f/k/a Community Bank Minne- sota Valley, a Minnesota banking corporation DATE AND PLACE OF RECORDING: Recorded April 21, 2004, as Document No. 1108336 in Office of the County Recorder of Stearns County and Docu- ment No. 8252183 in the Office of the County Recorder of Hennepin County, Minnesota, as modified by Modification Agreement dated May 10, 2007, filed for record July 18, 2007, as Document No. 1233196 (the Original Mortgage, and as amended by the Modification, is called the "Mortgage"). LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Part of Lot 9 of Audi- tor's Subdivision No. 1 of the City of Eden Valley, described as fol- lows: Beginning at the southwest corner of said Lot 9; thence run- ning east 63 feet; thence north 33 feet, which said last named point is the point of beginning; thence running north 85 feet; thence run- ning East 25 feet; thence running south 85 feet; thence running west 25 feet to said point of beginning, Stearns County, Minnesota 103 Stearns Avenue East, Eden Valley, MN 55329 (Parcel No. 50-30628-000) COUNTY IN WHICH PROP- ERTY IS LOCATED: STEARNS AMOUNT DUE AND CLAIMED TO BE DUE AS OF DATE OF NOTICE, INCLUDING TAXESI IF ANY, PAID BY MORTGAGEE: $131,691.00. THAT all pre-foreclosure requirements have been com- plied with; that no action or pro- ceeding has been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof; PURSUANT to the power of sale contained in said mortgage, the above-described property will be sold by the Sheriff of said County as follows: DATE AND TIME OF SALE: August 4, 2009 at 10:00 A.M. PLACE OF SALE: Stearns County Sheriff's Office 807 Courthouse Square, Room S100, St. Cloud, MN 56303-4773 To pay the debt secured by said mortgage and taxes, if any, on said premises and the costs and dis- bursements, including attorneys' fees allowed by law, subject to redemption within six (6) months from the date of said sale by the mortgagor(s), their personal rep- resentatives or assigns. MORTGAGOR(S) RELEASED FROM FINANCIAL OBLIGATION ON MORTGAGE: None. June 10, 2009 FLAGSHIP BANK, f/k/a Community Bank Minnesota Valley "A Minnesota Banking Corporation Bruce A. Boeder (9349) 1000 Twelve Oaks Center Drive Wayzata, MN 55391 Telephone (952) 475-7040 Attorneys for Mortgagee Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, June 18 and 25, July 2, 9, 16, and 23, 2009. RIPPNE Building Site Prep. o Demolition - Basements Additions o Fill & Black Dirt o Septic Systems, New or Repair State Certified - Over 25 Years Experience - Free Estimates Call Larry Krippner, Owner (320) 398-8893 Marty, MN Reach 2.5 Million Readers by placing just ONE ad with your local newspaper It's Easy It's Effective It's Affordable Expand your market and increase your profits by advertising in newspapers all over the state through the Minnesota 2x2 Display Ad Network. & Your Hometown Brothers LLC Lloensed & Bonded #20634020 Building & Remodeling Residential Builders FREE ESTIMATES Chuck: 320-398-7512 Bob: 320-255-1662 Kimball