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Pa00e 18 Legal Notice KIMBALL PUBLIC NOTICE The Kimball City Council will be holding a special meeting on August 7, 2012, at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall to interview applicants for the Deputy Clerk/Zoning Administra- tor position. Furthermore, the regular meet- ing scheduled for August 7, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. has been rescheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. Nicole Pilarski Clerk/Treasurer Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. Le00.als £.4 Government Thursday, August 2, 2012 Tri-County News • Kimball, MN Legal Notice LUXEMBURG TOWNSHIP NOTICE TO VOTERS Luxemburg Township will con- duct a Public Accuracy Test of elec- tronic voting equipment on Mon- day, August 6, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. The test, in preparation for the August 14th Primary Election, will take place at the polling place. St. Nicholas Church 159809 Co Road 21 Watkins, MN 55389 Lee Bautch, Clerk Luxemburg Township Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. Legal Notice TO THE VOTERS OF THE CITY OF EDEN VALLEY The City of Eden Valley will conduct a Public Accuracy Test of electronic voting equipment on Friday, August 10, 2012, at 1:00 p.m. at the Eden Valley Civic Center, 171 Cossairt Avenue West. Mona Haag Clerk/Treasurer Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. Legal Notice CITY OF KIMBALL NOTICE OF FILINGS Pursuant under the provisions of Minnesota Statute 205.13 notice is hereby given that filings for the office of: One (1) Mayor and Two (2) Councilpersons For the Term of Four (4) Years Will be open Tuesday, July.31, 2012 And close Tuesday, August 14, 2012. Filings must be made with the City Clerk within the period allowed. Posted july 12, 2012, at city Hall, "Gohmann's Foods, State Bank of Kimball, and the Library. Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, July 12, 26, and Aug. 2, and 9, 2012. f Legal Notice SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS PUBLIC SCHOOL #463 WWW.EVW.KI2.MN.US JUNE 25, 2012 The Board of Education met in regular session on June 25, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. with Frank Eder, Shelley Kern, Sarah Kuechle, Julie Meyer, JoAnn Rademacher, Bob Stenger, Jeremy WilIner, and Superin- tendent Peterson present. Nick Thielen, Bruce Kiehn, Rob Peder- son, and Mark Messman were also present. Themeetingwascalledtoorderby Chairperson Frank Eder. Themeetingwasopenedwiththe Pledge of Allegiance. The agenda was approved on a motion by Jeremy Willner and sec- ondedbyJulieMeyer.Motioncarried unanimously. Theconsentagendawasapproved on a motion by Bob Stenger and sec - ondedbyJeremyWillner.Motioncar- ried unanimously. Items included in the consent agenda: • Approved the minutes of the May 21, 2012, Regular School Board Meeting • Approved a teaching contract with Amy Haag for Special Educa- tion/Physical Education Teacher, BS + 60, Step 5 pending successful background check • Approved a teaching contract with Joseph Puncochar for Ele- mentary Teacher, BS, Step 1 pend- ing successful background check and completion of all state require- ments • Approved a teaching contract with Jessica ]arvis for Elementary Teacher, BS, Step 4 pending suc- cessful background check • Approved a teaching contract with Michael Eveslage for Social Studies Teacher, MS, Step 3 pend- ing successful background check • Approved a classified contract with Jaime-Lee Anderson, Lead Building Custodian (Elementary), Group V, Step 1 effective May 22, 2012 • Approved an extra-curricu- lar contract with Jon Thielen, Head Football Coach, Group 1, Year 20 • Approved an extra-curricular contract with Chad Stanwick, 9th Grade Football Coach ("C"), Grp 4,Yr 7 • Approved an extra-curricular contract with Dave Schneider, Jr. High Football Coach, By Donations • Approved an extra-curricu- lar contract with Erin Schoumaker. Assistant Volleyball Coach, Grp 3, Yr4 • Approved an extra-curricular contract with Vicki Meyer for ESY Educational AssistanL Grp 3, Step 10 • Approved an extra-curricular contract with Heidi Block for ESY Teacher, BS+60, Step 20 • Accepted a donation o.f $100.00 from Chad Henfling • Accepted a donation of $400.00 from Eden Valley Lions Club, Inc. for the wellness run • Accepted a donation of $250.00 from Eden Valley Lions Club, Inc. for IMPACT • Accepted a donation of $200.00 from Eden Valley Lions Club, Inc. for Drama Club • Accepted a donation of $800.00 from Eden Valley Lions Club, Inc. for German Club • Accepted a donation of $800.00 from Eden Valley Lions Club, Inc. for German Club • Accepted a donation of $300.00 from Watkins Lions for summer rec • Accepted a donation of $200.00 from Watkins Lions for Drama Club • Accepted a donation of $200.00 from Wat-Kim-Valley VFW 5460 for drama • Accepted a donation of $1,000.00 from Eagle Boosters, Inc. for state girls softball tourney • Accepted a donation of $500.00 from Eden Valley Lions Club, Inc. for Special Olympics • Accepted a donation of $500.00 from Eden Valley Lions Club, Inc. for Drama Club • Second Reading And Final Adoption Of The Following New Policies Policy #1630 Health And Safety Policy Policy #3760 Policy Governing International Travel • Second Reading And Final Adoption Of The Following Rescis- sion: Policy #4330 District Sponsored Workshops And Conferences • Second Reading And Final Adoption Of The Following Revised Policies Policy #4113 Harassment And Violence Policy & Form Revised Policy #4260 Discipline, Suspension,' Dismissal Of School District Employees Policy # 4265 Resignation And Release From Contracts • Approval of SW/WC Service Cooperatives Extended School Year Special Education Services Con- tract • Authorize the Business Man- ager and Superintendent's Secre- tary to assist the Board Clerk and/ or act on the clerk's behalf regard- ing matters relating to the Novem- ber 6, 2012, general election Notice Of The Following Board Committee Meeting(s): (Board Room Unless Noted) Wednesday, August/3, 6:00 p.m., Classified Negotiations Friday, July 13, 9:00 a.m., IMPACT Calendar Wednesdays in July, Building & Grounds Construction Meetings, 10:00 a.m. (except week of July 4 it will be on Thursday), Elementary Lounge for elementary building and 1:00 p.m. for secondary build- ing The June 25, 2012, bills, checks #54387 through #54513 electronic tax payments and P-card pur- chases, totaling $807,750.46 were presented and approved on a motion by JoAnn Rademacher and seconded by Shelley Kern. Motion carried unanimously. GENERAL FUND • 368,773.87 FOOD SERVICE 965.25 COMMUNITY SERVICE 9,992.32 BLDG CONSTRUCTION/ ALT FACILITIES 428,019.02 807,750.46 A complete list of the bills is available in the District Office. The following items of business wire transacted: 1. Building project update was given by Business Manager Nick Thielen and Building/Grounds Supervisor Ralph Lambert. Board reviewed price of prop- erty next to the school that was on the market for sale. The Board approved to offer for building and lot $17,500.00 to the seller on a motion by Bob Stenger and sec- onded by Shelley Kern. Motion car- ried unanimously. 2. Member ]ulie Meyer intro- duced the Resolution Providing For The Sale Of General Obligation School Building Refunding Bonds, Series 2012a; And Covenanting And Obligating The District To Be Bound By And To Use The Provi- sions Of Minnesota Statutes, Sec- tion 126c.55 To Guarantee The Pay- ment Of The Principal And Inter- est On These Bonds and moved its adoption. The motion for adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly seconded by Member Shelley Kern and upon vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor thereof: Shelley Kern, JoAnn Rademacher, Bob Stenger, lulie Meyer, Sarah Kuechle, Jeremy Will- her and Frank Eder and the following voted against the same: None whereupon the resolution was declared duly passed and adopted. The complete resolution is on file in the District Office. 3. Member Shelley Kern intro- duced the Resolution Establishing Dates For Filing Affidavits Of Can- didacy and moved its adoption. The motion for adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly sec- onded by Member JoAnn Radem- acher, and upon vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor thereof: Shelley Kern, ]oAfin Rademacher, Bob Stenger, Julie Meyer, Sarah Kuechle, leremy Will- ner and Frank Eder and the following voted against the same: None whereupon the resolution was declared duly passed and adopted. The complete resolution is on file in the District Office. 4. Athletic Director Jay Johnson gave a final report on spring activ- ities and an upcoming discussion on volleyball numbers, cutting and where we want to go. The Board approved the restric- tion of volleyball team players in grades 10, 11 and 12 by tryout method of evaluation on a motion by Shelley Kern and seconded by Jeremy Willner. Motion carried unanimously. 5. The Board reviewed and adopted the annual Health and Safety Budget for 2012-13 on a motion by Sarah Kuechle and sec- onded by Julie Meyer. Motion car- tied unanimously. 6. The Board approved the FY 2012-2013 Budget on a motion by Julie Meyer and seconded by Bob Stenger. Motion carried unani- mously. Funds Projected Reve- nues Projected Expenditures Total General 8,200,948 8,106,613 Food Service 528,493 565,995 Community Service 261,187 279,428 Building Construction Fund 5,035 6,987,500 Debt Service 1,516,171 1,512,034 Trust Fund /3,500 10,200 Total All Funds 10,520,334 17,461,770 7. The School Health Services Year-End Report was reviewed and accepted on a motion Jeremy Will- ner and seconded by Shelley Kern. Motion carried unanimously. 8. The Board reviewed the updated 2012-13 Secondary School Staff Handbook. 9. The Board reviewed the updated 2012-13 Co-Curricular Handbook. 10. The Board reviewed the 2012-13 Secondary School Student Handbook and the extra curricular participation fees were approved to remain the same as last year on a motion by loAnn Rademacher and seconded by Shelley Kern. Motion carried unanimously. 11. Secondary Principal Bruce Kiehn went over y'ear-end staff development report for 2011 -12. 12. Essential employee con- tracts for Marsha Davidson and Cathy Wuertz will be approved at the July board meeting. 13. Administrative contracts for Bruce Kiehn, Ralph Lambert, Kris Latcham, Rob Pederson and Nick Thielen will be approved at the July board meeting. 14. Discussion was held on the Band/Choir trip to Florida. The Band/Choir trip to Orlando, Florida for November 19-25 was approved on a motion by lulie Meyer and sec- onded by Sarah Kuechle. Motion carried unanimously. 15. "Notice of Desire To Negoti- ate" from Teamsters Local 320 has been received and first meeting is set for Wednesday, August 8, 6 p.m. in the District Office Boardroom. 16. qhe following board com- mittee reports were given: IMPACT (Bremer Grant): We received a $20,000 grant for 2012- 2013. Sunshe Committee report was given by Julie Meyer. Administrative Negotiations contracts will be approved at the next meeting. Building/Grounds Committee: Building meetings are 10 a.m. for elementary school and 1 p.m. for secondary school. 17. Elementary Principal Rob Pederson reported on hires and future numbers in the elementary. Para hiring is in progress. 18. Secondary Principal Bruce Kiehn reported on year-end sec- ondary school activities, hires and fall outlook. Bruce reported on an EVW School Alternative Learn- ing Program (ALP) that has been approved by the State of Minne- sota. 19. Superintendent Larry Peter- son thanked the School Board for their past support. 20. Other business: Julie Meyer reported on the EVW school booth at the Healthy Community Center during Valley Daze. She reported everything went fine. A half-page resource ad pre- sented by Jean from Tri County News was approved on a motion by Julie Meyer and seconded by Sarah Kuechle. Motion carried unani- mously. 21. Items for July 23, 2012 regu- lar meeting's agenda: fees, newspa- • per designation, school board elec- tion, building update and admin- istrative/essential employee con- tracts. The meeting was adjourned at 9:55 p.m. on a motion by Jeremy Willner and seconded by Shelley Kern. Motion carried unanimously. JoAnn Rademacher CLERK Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. 00Rubber stamps You can now order00 rubber stamps, seals and signs. Quick service, low prices and high quality. Stop by and take a look! 00TI00I!I00 70 Main Street South Kimball (320) 398-5000