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..... 4 , 2 ~,; .... i. I Pa ,e 10 Thursday, July28,2011 v m,L taw Tri-Coun News * Kimball, MN Legal Notice NOTICE FOR QUOTES ON 318TH STREET PATCH WORK Kingston ~lbwnship is looking for quotes on patching an area of 8'x22' on 318th Street Kingston Township. Description for quotei Remove Bituminous pavement and Aggre- gate base estimate depth 4" (1,760 sq. ft.) Subgrade Excavation 24" (180 cu, yd.) Common borrow (180 cu. yd.) Bituminous material tack coat (8 gal.) Bituminous wear course 2" (42 ton) Any further information needed for a quote, please con- tact Kingston Township clerk (320) 398-8400. Send quote to Kingston Township 35359-732 Avenue Kim- ball MN 55353 by Aug. 2. Gail Schiefelbein/clerk Kingston Township Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, July 28, 2011. Legal Notice NOTICE TO ALL FAIR HAVEN TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS There will be a public hear- ing on Aug. 1, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. to consider and review the proposed changes and updates to the town- ship zoning ordinances. Public hearing will be held at the town- ship hall. Leslie Rose Fair Haven Township Clerk Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, July 21 and 28. 2011, Legal Notice Office of the Secretary of State CERTIFICATE OF ASSUMED NAME State of Minnesota Pursuant to Chapter 333, Min- nesota Statutes: the undersigned, who is or will be conducting or transacting a commercial busi- ness in the State of Minnesota under an assumed name, hereby certifies: 1. The assumed name under which the business is or will be conducted is: Education By Design. 2. The street address of the principal place of business is or will be 6813 24th St N St. Cloud Social Security has new hours St. Cloud and Brainerd Lakes Area Social Security Offices to begin closing at 3:30 p.m. daily Congressional budget cuts force reduced public hours. Effective Aug. 15, the St. Cloud and Brainerd Lakes Area Social Security offices will be open to the public Monday through Friday from 9 a.ri~ to 3 p.m., a reduction of 30 minutes each weekday. While agency employees will continue to work their regular hours, this shorter public win- dow will allow them to complete face-to-face service with the vis- itin'g public without incurring the cost of overtime. Congress pro- vided Social Security with nearly $1 billion less than the president requested for the budget this fis- cal year, which makes it impossi- ble for the agency to provide the amount of overtime needed to handle service to the public as we have in the past. MN 56303. 3. The name and street address of all persons conducting business under the above Assumed Narfle, including any corporations that may be conducting this business: Tyson Zitzow 6813 245th St N, St. Cloud MN 56303. Mark Ernst 3105 15th Ave S, St. Cloud MN 56301. 4. I, the Undersigned, cer- tify that I am signing this docu- ment as the person whose signa: ture is required, or as agent of the person(s) whose signature would be required who has authorized me to sign this document on his/ her behalf, or in both capacities. I further certify that I have com- Most Social Security services do not require a visit to an office. For example, anyone wishing to apply for benefits, sign up for direct deposit, replace a Medicare card, obtain a proof of income let- ter, or inform us of a change of address or telephone number may do so at www.socialsecurity.gov, or by dialing our toll-free number, (800) 772-1213. People who are deaf or hard of hearing may call our TTY number, (8001 325-0778. pleted all required fields, and that the information in this document is true and correct and in com- pliance with the applicable chap- ter of Minnesota Statutes. I under- stand that by signing this docu- ment I am subject to the penalties of perjury as set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had signed this docu- ment under oath. Dated 2-15-11 (s) Tyson Zitzow, Tyson Zitzow (2181 329-3761 Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, July 21 and 28, 2011. Legals also are available on-line at WWW. tricountynews. MN Legal Notice ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING UNOFFICIAL MINUTES BOARD OF EDUCATION JULY 20, 2011 IND. SCHOOL DISTRICT 739 KIMBALL, MN The meeting was called to order by Helgeson at 6:30 p.m. with Stenger absent (Stenger arrived at 6:42). The Pledge of Allegiance was said by all in attendance. Dockery/Gagnon approved the a~enda as amended. Hel~e- son added an Activities Commit- tee report, Zipoy added commu- nications regarding Kimball Days activities. MC A parent was present to re-visit the possibility of the bus picking up their children from a daycare located outskle 0fthe district. The Transportation Committee will take a look at the distance again and make a decision next week. Celebrations. and successes of students and staff included sev- Bauerly to be increased to full-time in the business department. Mr. Tritabaugh reported on the next board meeting scheduled for August 17th at 6:30. Also, there is a potential to refund the cur- rent 2002 series building bonds for the high school building this fall. This will mean a possible sav- ings of more than $500,000 over the remaining nine years of the bonds. This refunding will likely happen in November. Committee reports included Benton-Stearns Education District - Helgeson. Activities Committee - Helgeson and Zipoy. Communications included a question by member Zipoy as to what role the district will take in Kimball Days activities. Any mem- bers interested will assist Zipoy in treasurer be authorized to invest authorized by this, the governing meetings will start at 6:00 p.m. MC excess funds in U.S. Government board of said school district or Gagnon/Stenger established Securities, banks, savingsandloan school to: Renew its membership theTruthinTaxationhearingtobe associations and other institutions in the Minnesota State High School held in conjunction with the Reg- meeting legal requirements, said League, and participate in the ular December board meeting on investments to be presented to approved interschool activities December21, 2011. MC the next regular board meeting for sponsored by said League and Zipoy/Dockery appointed approval. Advance payment of bills its various subdivisions and, member Zipoy as the MSHSL rep- resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, that when payment of a claim cannot be deferred until the next board meeting without loss to the district of a discount privilege or includes added charge, the Superintendent is hereby authorized to pay said claim and present payment for approval at the next regular board meeting. Electronic FundsTransfers resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, the Superintendent, Business Manager, or Business Accountant, are authorized to make electronic FURTHER RESOLVED, that this resentative for the school board, governing board hereby adopts boys' and girls' activities, music. the Constitution, By-laws, rules speech, anddrama. MC and regulations of the said League Stenger/Gagnon approved hit- and all amendments thereto as the ing of Jayne Lochen, District See- same are published in the latest retary, (or 7 hours per day, z6o edition of the Leaguers O tlclal days per year, at Category rl, Step Handbook, on file at the office of 8 of the Non-Licensed Agreement the school district, as the minimum beginning July 7th. MC standards governing participation Dockery/Gagnon accepted the in said League sponsored activities, resignation received from Karla and* that the administration and "Kaiser, Elementary Special Educa- responsibility for supervision of tion instructor, effective immedi- such activities are assigned to the ately. MC carrying a banner through the funds transfers as needed, official representative; MSBA: BE Gagnon/Dockery approved the parade. Facsimile signathre resolution: BE IT RESOLVED, that Independent Memorandum of Understanding Zipoy/Schreiner approved IT RESOLVED, that the facsimile School District #739 subscribe to with Gary Riess for the 2011-2012 payment of the listed bills in the signature of the Board Chairman, membership in the Minnesota schoolyear. MC amount of $326,321.39. MC Clerk and Treasurer be used on School Boards Association for' the Zipoy/Schreiner approved the eral staff at Project Lead The Way Schreiner/Gagnon approved district checks drawn for payment 2011-2012 fiscal year. Continue Memorandum of UnderStanding training this week, football and the Consent Agenda. MC The of bills or salaries approved by the membership in Schools for with Maggie Lundorff for the 2011- other sports camps happening Consent Agenda included: Approve board. Name district legal counsel Equity in Education (SEE). Accept 2012 school year. MC throughout the summer, minutes for June 15, 2011 regular: for the district to remain Ratwik, donation of $770 from Wrestling Zipoy/Schreiner approved the Mr. Tritabaugh presented the board meeting. Designate Tri-Roszak & Maloney, PA. Authorized Boosters to cover the cost of two fall coaching assignments: Foot- elementary report in the absence County News as the official school membership and related fan busses to the State Wrestling ball - Head - Jamie Leither, Assis- of Mr. Houseman. A new Bully- publication. Designate official documentsandduesfor:CMERDC: Tournament. Approve hiring tant - Lloyd D~tnzeizen, JV - Nate ing policy will be brought to the depositories:StateBankofKimball BE IT RESOLVED, thatIndependent of Courtney VoigtzEly, SchoolOsmundson,9th:ToddHendr.icks. August meeting for approval. The as primary, with Witt Financial, School District #739 subscribe to Readiness and ECFE teacher for Volleyball - Co-head - Tabitha ESY program for elementary stu- Prudential-Bach, FBS, Capitalmembership in CMERDC for the 2011-2012, at BA lane, Step 0 of the Mortenson and Amy Notch, 9th - dents will be held in Kimball run- - Markets Group, MSDLAF+, C.D. 2011-2012 fiscal year and hereby Master Agreement. Approve hiring Kim Pelzer, 8th Eric Primus, 7th ning the first couple weeks in Securities, New West Federal, appoints the Superintendent of Crystal Schlosser, Elementary - Barry Strand. Cross-Country - August. The 3-2-1 Blast Off pro- Thompson-McKinnon Securities,to represent the district in all EBD teacher for 2011-2012, at BS, Assistant-TerryNelson. MC gram will begin July 25th. The roof First American, First Bank, Zapp CMERDC organizational matters; Step 0 of the Master Agreement. Dockery/Gagnon accepted the project at the elementary is pro- National, Norwest Bank, Twin Resource Training & Solutions: BE The treasurer's report was Agreement for Teacher Education gressing nicely. City Federal, First National, IT RESOLVED, that Independent reviewed and discussed. Candidate Placements with St. Eric Peterson had spoken with Marquette National as other School District #739 subscribe to Stenger/Dockery established Cloud State University. MC {lee arcla]{ec{ earlier In the weeh pofentlal clepos~forles. 1Durchage memlaerghlp 'in l~egooree Tra~n~n~ h~ard m~mhor et~mD~n~afi~rt fit Altar roviow dnd discussion. and he feels that all of the con- surety bonds - carry $1,000 on & Solutions for the 2011-2012 $50perregularboardmeetingand Gagnon/Schreiner approved struction projects happening in thirteen (13) district employees fiscal year and hereby appoints other meetings, $80 for all-day Attachment 10, Health & Safety the district are moving along quite Superintendent, 2 Principals, the Superintendent to represent meetings, and mileage allowed Program Revenue Application for well. The out-buildings and roof- Business Manager, Bookkeeper, the district in all organizational for out-of-district meetings. $5 FY2012. MC ins work at the high eh001 are District Secretary, 2 High School matters; MSHSL: BE ITRESOLVED, from each regular meeting is to be 5chreiner/6agn0n adopted the progressing and are at about 85% Secretaries, 1 Elementary that this governing board of withheld in an account reserved Resolution for Aid Anticipation complete. The 8ym floor at the ele- Secretary, mentary is slowed presently with the high humidity, but will resume as soon as the weather cooperates. Mr. Widvey reported on cleaning still going on at the high school. At the August meeting the board will be asked to approve Nancy Bonnifield to a part-time position of State and Federal Programs Coordinator as well as some curriculum time, and for Marie Community Ed. School District #739 and Kimball, Director, Community Education county of Stearns-Meeker, State Program Coordinator, Child of Minnesota, delegates the Care Coordinator, Activitiesactivities (referred to in Minnesota Director. Establish Meet andStatutes Section 123.38) to the Confer dates - sessions to start Minnesota State High School at 3:20 p.m. on Wednesdays League, and so hereby certifies October 5, December 7, January to the State Commissioner of 11, and March 14. Resolution on Education as provided for by making district deposits andMinnesota Statutes, Section investments: BE IT RESOLVED,129.21. FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Superintendent and that Kimball High School is for board member purchases. MC Schreiner/Gagnon established regular meeting dates and times and postings for special meetings. Meetings are scheduled as follows: August 17, September 21, October 12, November 16, December 21, January 18, February i5, March 21, April 18, May 16, June 20, and July 18. All meetings willstart at 6:30 p.m. with the exception of Janu- ary, February, and March when Certificates. MC Stenger/Schreiner adjourned at 7:57. Jody Gagnon, Clerk (This is a summary of the min- utes of the School Board. To obtain a full copy of the official minutes, contact the District Office at 398- 5585, or check the District website at www.kirnball.k12.mn.us.) Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, July 28, 2011.