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1 "r A Jk Thursday, July 25, 2013 ws.mn Legal Notice 2. Principal Place of Business: have completed all required fields, Office of the Secretary of State 431 E Linden Avenue #102 Kim- and that the information in this CERTIFICATE OF ball MN 55353. document is true and correct and ASSUMED NAME 3. List the name and complete in compliance with the applica- State of Minnesota street address of all persons con- ble chapter of Minnesota Statutes. Pursuant to Chapter 333, Min- ducting business under the above I understand that by signing this nesota Statutes; the undersigned, Assumed Name, OR if an entity, documentIamsubjecttothepenal- who is or will be conducting or provide the legal corporate, LLC, ties of perjury as set forth in Section transacting a commercial business or Limited Partnership name and 609.48 as if I had signed this docu- in the State of Minnesota under an registered office address: ment under oath. assumed name, hereby certifies: Katie Ann Zoller 431 E Linden (s) Katie Zoller, The filing of an assumed name Avenue #102 PO Box 503 Kimball MailingAddress: does not provide a user with exclu- MN 55353. PO Box 503 Kimball MN 55353 sive rights to that name. The filing is 4. By typing my name, I, theE-Mail for Official Notices: required for consumer protection in undersigned, certify that I am sign- FlowRightkz@gmail.com order to enable customers to be able ing this document as the person State of Minnesota to identify the true owner of a busi- whose signature is required, or as Department of State ness. agent of the person(s) whose sig- Filed June 24, 2013 1. List the exact assumed name nature would be required who has (S) Mark Ritchie under which the business is or will authorized me to sign this docu- Published in the Tri-County News be conducted: FlowRight, LLC. ment on his/her behalf, or in both Thursdays, July 25 and Aug. 1, capacities. I further certi~ that I 2013. Legal Notice #1 is currently located. This work Motion by Gagnon, seconded ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING should be completed this fall. by Zipoy to approve the, Consent UNOFFICIAL MINUTES Mayor Konz commented Agenda. The Consent Agenda BOARD OFEDUCATION quickly on the City's apprecia- included: JULY 17, 2013 tion of Cathy Grant's ESY students' Approve minutes for June 19, IND. SCHOOL DISTRICT 739 clean-up project at Willow Creek. 2013 regular board meeting KIMBALL, MN The students were rewarded with Designate Tri-County News as The meetingwas called to order popsicleswhen theywere finished, the official school publication by chair Schreiner at 6:00 with all The park looks great - thanks to Designate official deposito- board members except Stengerthese students. She also asked to ries: State Bank of Kimball as pri- present. The Pledge of Allegiance confirm the time of the welcome mary, with Witt Financial, Pru- was said by all. back breakfast. That breakfast dential-Bach, FBS, Capital Mar- Motion by Zipoy, seconded bywill be held at 7:30 a.m. on Mon- kets Group, MSDLAF+, C.D. Secu- Gagnon to approve the agenda as day, August 26th, andis sponsored rifles, New West Federal, Thomp- presented..MC by the Kimball Area Chamber of son-McKinnon Securities, First Micah Myers shared his flus-Commerce. American, First Bank, Zapp tration in inadequate funding for Bob Merchant addressed the National, Norwest Bank, Twin City rural school districts, in particular board to inform them of an inci- Federal, First National, Marquette Kindergarten funding. He asked dent recently which required the National as other potential depos- howthecommunitytaxpayerscan Boosters to follow discipline as itories help to convince the legislature to laid out in their Parent Code of Purchase surety bonds - level the funding between rural Conduct policy. He also noted that carry $1,000 on thirteen (13) dis- arud metro schools. Mr. Tritabaugh their programs have run smoothly trict employees - Superintendent, responded by explaining that the this summer and the teams have 2 Principals, Business Manager, District belongs to the Schools for done very well. Business Accountant, District Sec- Equity in Education (SEE) orga- InMr. Houseman'sabsence, Mr. retary, 2 High School Secretar- nization whose purpose is to be a Tritabaugh reported that kinder- ies, 1 Elementary Secretary, Corn- voice for the rural schools at the garten numbers currently remain munity Ed. Director, Community legislature. He also stated that it's at 54 with three of the students Education Program Coordinator, the voice of the parents that is best attending part-time. Third grade Child Care Coordinator, Activities heard by the legislators. Mr. Myers is currently at 56. Member Zipoy Director asked to be informed when the motioned, seconded by Gagnon Establish Meet and Con- time comes to contact legislators to authorize administration to fer dates - sessions to start at so that he can get involved and try, evaluate the need for a third sec- 3:20 p.m. on Wednesdays, Octo- to get the issue moved forward, tion of Kindergarten as necessary, ber 9, December 11, January 8, and ation for the 2013-2014 fiscal year Celebrations and successes and post for along-term substitute March 12 of students and staff included to be worked into a full-time con- Resolution on making district Continue membership in the July 8th meeting with Aaron tract should the enrollment num- deposits and investments: BE IT Schools for Equity in Education (SEE) Barker regarding the new robot- bers call for it. MC RESOLVED, that the Superinten- The treasurer's report and ics activity starting thig fall. Mr.'Widvey reporte~i on contin- dent and treasurer be authorized St. Cloud Technical and Commu- ued cleaning getting rOady for stu- to invest excess funds in U.S. Gov- nity College has a kit available to dents. He also reviewed the bal- ernment Securities, banks, sav- the school at no cost. Blaine Tsch- ance sheet for the Student Activity ings and loan associations and ida placed runner-up in the finals accounts, other institutions meeting legal in Greco Roman Wrestling at the Mr. Tritabaugh reported on requirements, said investments national level. A group of.five stu- upcoming meetings - August 7 - to be presented to the next regular dents participated in a clay tar- negotiations, August 21st - Ben- board meeting for approval get contest and made a very good ton-Stearns Education District in Advance payment of bills res- showing. The summer condition- the morrling and the next regular olution: BE IT RESOLVED, that ing program has been very well school board meeting at 6:00 p.m. when payment of a claim cannot attended. The Kimball Playhouse From late on July 24th through be deferred until the next board presented Footloose last weekend. August 5th, Mr. Tritabaugh will be meeting without loss to the dis- Summer softball has two teams in Europe and unavailable, trict of a discount privilege or going to nationals. Football did The superintendent wanted the includes added charge, the Super- very well at their camp winning board to be aware that the MSBA intendent is hereby authorized to the traveling trophy. Newsletter alerts the board mem- pay said claim and present pay- KimballPoliceChiefJimFrilstad bers that principal evaluations ment for approval at the next reg- presented the issue of parking need to be completed. He assured ular board meeting. along West Hazel Avenue dur- the membersthatthisprocesshas Electronic Funds Transfers ing youth ball games. There have been completed, resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, the been occasions when an emer- Committee reports included Superintendent, Business Man- gency vehicle has needed to travel Negotiations - Tritabaugh, Facil- ager, or Business Accountant, are through the area and isn't abl~ to ities - Hilsgen. Member Zipoy authorized to make electronic due to vehicles being parked on motioned, seconded by Stein,funds transfers as needed. both sides of the road. There is to proceed to turn field #1 into a Facsimile signature resolu- also a hazard with children run- parking area. MC tion: BE IT RESOLVED, that the ning into the street, darting out Member Zipoy raised questionfacsimile signature of the Board from between parked cars. The regarding the upcoming Kimball Chairman, Clerk and Treasurer local police officers will be enforc- Days activities and parade. Vari- be used on district checks drawn Sng the No Parking signs in that ous ideas for walking through the for payment of bills or salaries area; tickets will be issued. If cars parade or working with the Activ- approved by the board. would be parked properly in the ities Director or Community Edu- Name district legal counsel Hendricks property, there would cation Director to put together a for the district to be Rupp, Ander- be adequate parking for everyone, float were discussed, son, Squire, and Waltzberger, PA The board responded that they are Motion by Zipoy, seconded by Authorized membership and working to mo.ve forward with cre- Gagnon, to approve listed bills-in related documents and dues for: ating a parking area where field the amount of $287,259.25. MC i. CMERDC: BE IT RESOLVED, that Independent School District date will be determined at a regu- #739 subscribe to membership lar board meeting and published in CMERDC for the 2013-2014 fis- in the minutes. cal year and hereby appoints the Motion byGagnon, seconded by Superintendent to represent the Hilsgen to establish Truth in Taxa- district in all CMERDC organiza- tion hearing to be held in conjfinc- tionalmatters tion with the regular December ii. Resource Training & Solu- Board Meeting, on December 18., tions: BE IT RESOLVED, that Inde- 2013, at 6:00 p.m. MC pendent School District #739 sub- Motion by Stein, seconded by scribe to membership in Resource Gagnon to keep Minnesota State Training & Solutions for the High School League representa- 2013-2014 fiscal yea~ and hereby tives for School Board-boys' activ- appoints the Superintendent to ities, girls' activities, music and represent the district in all organi- speech/drama the same as 2012- zationalmatters 2013, that being member Zipoy iii. MSHSL: BE IT RESOLVED, and AD Bruce Holmseth. MC that this governing board of Motion by Gagnon, seconded School District #739 and Kimball, by Hilsgen to accept the Agree- county of Stearns-Meeker, State of ment for Teacher Education can- Minnesota, delegates the activi- didate Placements with St. Cloud ties (referred to in Minnesota Stat- State University. MC utes Section 123.38) to the Min- Motion by Gagnon, seconded nesota State High School League, by Stein to adopt the Resolu- and so hereby certifies to the State ti6-n Relating to General Obliga- Commissioner of Education as tion Aid Anticipation Certificates provided for by Minnesota Stat- of Indebtedness, Series 2013A; utes, Section 129.21 Authorizing the Issuance, Award- FURTHER RESOLVED, that ing the Sale, and Establishing the Kimball High School is autho- Terms Thereof. Upon roll callvote, rized by this, the governing board Stein, Schreiner, Gagnon, Hils- of said school district or school to: gen voted in favor; member Zipoy Renew its membership in the Min- voted against. MC nesota State High School League, Motion by Gagnon, seconded and participate in the approved by Zipoy to approve revision to interschool activities Sl~Onsored the superintendent's contract for by said League and its various sub- 2013-2014 to allow for a portion divisions, and of the insurance allowance to be FURTHER RESOLVED, that this paid into an HSA. MC governing board hereby adopts Motion by Stein, seconded by the Constitution, By-laws, rules Hilsgen to accept request from and regulations of the said League Mary Faber, elementary secretary, and all amendments thereto as to enroll in a PERA Phased Retire- the same are published in the lat- merit Option beginning March 1, est edition of the League's Offi- 2014. MC cial Handbook, on file at the office Motion by Hilsgen, seconded of the school district, as the mini- by Stein to approve the transpor- mum standards governing partic- tation contract for 2013-2015. MC ipation in said League sponsored Motion by Zipoy, seconded by activities, and that the admin- Hilsgen to approve the food ser- istration and responsibility for vice budget with Revenues of supervision of such activities are $339,264.97 and Expenditures of assigned to the official represen- $340,480.52. Taher, Inc., food ser- tative vice management company will MSBA: BE IT RESOLVED, that credit back their management fee Independent School District #739 of $1,204.44, for a deficit of $11.11 subscribe to membership in the for the 2013-2014 school year. MC Minnesota School Board's Associ- Motion by Gagnon, seconded by Stein to approve requested fund raisers for the 2013-2014 school year. MC Motion by ZipOy, seconded by Gagnon to approve fall coaching quarterly reports were reviewed positions: football- head- Jamie and discussed. Leither, assistant - Lloyd Danzie- Motion by Gagnon, seconded son, ]V - Nate Osmundson, 9th - by Stein to establish board mem- Sam Rossman, 8th - Paul Sundin, ber compensation at $50.00 per 7th- Steve Rowland; volleyball- regular board meeting and other head - Scott Heinen, assistant - meetings, $80.00 for all-day meet- Whitney Gettler, 9th - Katie Pet- ings, and mileage allowed for out- tit, 8th - Eric Primus, 7th - Laura of-district meetings. $5.00 from Frank; cross country- head- Hol- each regular meeting to be with- ley Hanson (pd by EVW), assistant held in an account reserved for - Terry Nelson. MC board member purchases. MC Motion by Stein, seconded by Motion by Hilsgen, seconded Gagnon to adjourn at 8:39 p.m. by Stein to establish regular meet- Jean Doran Matua, Editor of ing dates and times and postings Tri-CountyNews presented a proof for special meetings as follows: of the school's ad for the upcom- All board meetings are to start ing Community Resource Guide at 6:00 p.m. All meetings are forreview. scheduled for the third Wednes- Published in the Tri-County day of the month. When a meet- News Thursday, July 25, 2013. ing needs to be changed, the time/