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Thursday, August 2, 2012 T - .t ..1_ Try'County News, Kimball, MN J-M8I[][ Legal Notice ADVERTISEMENT FOB BIDS MAINE PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP HALL STEARNS COUNTY, MINNESOTA RECEIPT AND OPENING OF PROPOSALS Sealed bids for the work described below will be received by Project One Construction, (Construction Manager) at 10375 County Road 8 Kimball, MN 55353 Attn: James Kueehle, no later than 5:00 p.m., on the 28th day of August, 2012. Bids will be opened and publicly read during the Maine Prairie Township meet- ing on the 28th day of August at 7:30 p.m. DESCRIPTION OF WORK A. Construction of a new Town- ship Hall building for Maine Prai- rie Township. B. Sitework is included. C. Design/Build work for all mechanical and electrical scope. COMPLETION OF WORK All work under the Contract must be complete within 200 cal- endar days after receipt of the Notice to Proceed unless modified by Change Order from the Owner. OBTAINING CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND BIDDING REQUIREMENTS Electronic copies of plans and specifications may be obtained by contacting the Construction Manager, Project One Construc- tion, Inc., Attn: Amanda Lopau via e-mail at amanda@projectonemn. corn, or by calling (320) 398-7000. Electronic copies are being made & Government ]H " 'rrPrrl ........ available at no charge-Bidders are responsible for printing their own sets to scale. Full sized sets of hardcopy prints are also available from the Construction Manager upon payment of $15.00, (non- refundable) -checks should be made payable to Project One Con- struction, Inc. PERFORMANCE and PAYMENT BONDS The successful Bidder may be required to furnish a Performance Bond and Labor and Materials Payment Bond each in the amount of the Contract. The Bid, Agree- ment, and Bonds shall be condi- tioned upon compliance with all provisions of the Bid Documents. PROJECT ADMINISTRATION All questions relative to this project prior to the opening of bids shall be directed to the Construc- tion Manager no later than Fri- day, August 24th, 2012. All ques- tions should be sent via e-mail to No ques- tions will be answered over the telephone. OWNER'S RIGHTS RESERVED The OWNER reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informality in a bid, and to make awards in the interest of the OWNER. Date: July 30, 2012 Owner: Maine Prairie Township, Stearns County, MN. Alice Robinson Clerk/Treasurer Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, Aug. 2, 9, and 16, 2012. Legals also are available on-line at WWW. tricountynews.MN Page 19 201t Annual Disclosure Statement u i i i uu i I I II 11 lilt I illU i lUll I III I Name of Development Authority: " ii .................................................. Name of Municipality:. ;li ................................................ .tnfom.   an ditr e of tax Increment  for the year ended December 31,201 t. Tdunty N ...................................... .................................................. [ ........................................................... i i02/20i2 (Name of the Newspaper) ......................... iba 0fiubi) TIF 545 Heritage House $ Tax increment received in 2011 .................... ' $ ..................... 0 .... Date of requ . ..................................................................................................................... !.3!3L The total increased property taxes to be paid from outedde the district if (All lines within the table above must be published even if the amounts to be published are zero.) * The fiscal disparities property tax law provides that the growth in commerclaHndustdal property tax values is shared throughout the area. In a tax increment financing district, this value shadng can either result in a tax increase for other properties in the municipality or result in a decrease in tax increment financing district revenue depending on how the tax increment financing district is established. Tax Increment Financing District TIF 5-5 Heritage House does not share its growth in commerciaHndustrial property tax values. This results in an increase tn property taxes for other properties in this municipality, For taxes payable in 2011, this increase in taxes on other properties amounted to $. Additional information regarding this district may be obtained from: Name: ' Ni Pilarski Address: ,, ipio:Box200 City:. Kimball State: MN Zip Code: 55353 Phone: Email: ....... i: .......... i! (320) 398-2725. mball@melteLnet Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. _J % Legal Notice UNOFFICIAL/UNAPPROVED MINUTES EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS PUBLIC SCHOOL #463 WWI, E EVI/E K12.MN. US JULY 23, 2012 The Board of Education met in regular session on July 23, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. with Frank Eder, Shelley Kern, Julie Meyer, JoAnn Radem- acher, Bob Stenger, and Superin- tendent Messman present. Nick Thielen, Bruce Kiehn, Rob Peder- son were also present. Members absent: .Sarah Kuechle. Jeremy Willner. Items included in the consent agenda: Approved the minutes of the June 25, 2012, Regular School Board Meeting Approved an extra-curricu- lar contract with Dave Schneider, Jr. High Football Coach, By Dona- tions for $1,000.00 Approved a classified contract with Patricia Milliman, Seasonal Cleaner, Group II, Step 3, effective July 9, 2012 to June 30, 2013 Designate Official Newspa- per--Tri-County. News Designate Official Depository And Sites For Deposits Of School District Fund: State Bank In Eden Valley: Offi- cial Depository Farmers State Bank Of Watkins Minnesota School Boards Asso- ciation Liquid Asset Fund Minnesota Trust Approve Membership In Min- nesota School Boards Association (MSBA) For 2012-13 (Enclosure #2) Authorize Student Activity Account Signatures: High School & Elementary Principals, Assis- tant Business Manager And Dis- trict Office Clerk 2012-13 Authorize Business Manager/ Assistant Business Manager To Make Payments Of Bills Prior To Board Approval Authorize Business Manager & Superintendent The Authority To Approve Contracts On Behalf Of Board And School District For Contracts That Fail Within 2012-13 School Budget Guidelines Approve Membership 2012-13 Resource Training & Solutions Approve 2012-13 Secondary School Student Handbook Approve 2012-13 Secondary School Staff Handbook Approve 2012-13 Secondary Co-Curricular Handbook Approve The Community Youth Asset Development Coor- dinator - Job Description (Enclo- sure #4) Approve 2012-2013 Member- ship in Schools for Equity in Edu- cation (Enclosure #5) Notice Of The Following Board Committee Meeting(s): (Board Room Unless Noted) Classified staff negotiations on Wednesday, August 8th @ 6:00 PM Jeremy W/liner arrived at 7:04 p.m. Sarah Kuechle arrived at 7:07 p.m. The July 23, 2012, bills, checks #54514 through #54630 elec- tronic tax payments and P-card purchases, totaling $1,573,915.85 were presented and approved on a motion by Jeremy Willner and seconded by IoAnn Rademacher. Motion carried unanimously. GENERAL FUND 316,916.55 FOOD SERVICE 2,633.69 COMMUNITY SERVICE 14,525.05 BUILDING CONSTR. 782,683.17 DEBT REDEMPTION 457.157.39 1,573,915.85 A complete list of the bills is avail- able in the District Office. The following were some of the key items of business transacted: Member Shelley Kern intro- duced the Resolution Authoriz- ing Issuance, Awarding Sale, Pre- scribing The Form And Details And Providing For The Payment Of $1,435,000 General Obliga- tion School Building Refunding Bonds, Series 2012a and moved its adoption, which motion was sec- onded by Member Sarah Kuechle. Upon vote being taken, the follow- ing voted in favor thereof: Shel- ley Kern, JoAnn Rademacher, Bob Stenger, Julie Meyer, Sarah Kue- chle, Jeremy Willner, and Frank Eder and the following voted against the same: None where- upon the resolution was declared duly passed and adopted. The complete resolution is on file in the district office. The Board approved lunch and breakfast prices, extra-curricular participation and admissions fees for 2012-13 on a motion by Shel- ley Kern and seconded by Jeremy Willner. Motion carried unani- mously. Business Manager Nick Thielen had insurance proposals for work- ers' compensation and property insurance coverage for FY2012-13. Property insurance was awarded to WRM on a motion by Jeremy Willner and seconded by Julie Meyer. Motion carried unani- mously. Workers' compensation was award to RAM on a motion by Julie Meyer and seconded by JoAnn Rademacher. Motion carried unanimously. Member Jeremy Willner intro- duced the Resolution Relating To The Election Of School Board Members And Calling The School District General Election and moved its adoption. The motion for the adoption of the resolution was seconded by Member Shelley Kern and upon vote being taken thereof the following voted in favor thereof: Shelley Kern, JoAnn Rademacher, Bob Stenger, Julie Meyer, Sarah Kuechle, Jeremy Willner-and Frank Eder and the following voted against the same: None whereupon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted. The complete resolution is on file in the district office. First Reading and call for pub- lic comment of New Policy #3125, Post Issuance Debt Compliance. Administrative contracts for Bruce Kiehn, Ralph Lambert, Kris Latcham, Rob Pederson and Nick Thielen and essential employee contracts for Marsha Davidson and Cathy Wuertz were approved on a motion by Shelley Kern and seconded by Sarah Kuechle. Motion carried unanimously. Building project update and information were given by Super- intendent Mark Messman and Business Manager Nick Thielen. The following board commit- tee reports were given: Sunshine Committee report was given by Sarah Kuechle; Classified Negotiations report was given by Mark Messman; IMPACT (Bremer) Grant Com- mittee report was given by Julie Meyer. Building Grounds-Construc- tion meetings are on Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Secondary School Principal Bruce Kiehn reported on enroll- ment interest and also talked about a pre-school get-togethei to meet new staff to be held at Browns Lake. Superintendent Messman reported on the following issues: his first month on the job, EVW receipt of another year of the PAC[ 4 21st Century grant, Other business: Jeremy Willner mentioned Legion Baseball won district championship. Develop agenda for August 13, 2012, Regular Board Meeting: Building & Grounds, Classified Contract Negotiations, District- Elementary-Secondary goals. The meeting was adjourned at 9:04 p.m. on a motion by JoAnn Rademacher and seconded by Julie Meyer. Motion carried unan- imously. JoAnn Rademacher CLERK School Board Proceedings-July 23, 2012 Published in the Tri-Count) News Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012.