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...... ......... www.tricountynews.mn y PAGE 23 ............ October 20, 2016 Medicare Part D open enrollment Oct. 15-Dec. 7 Reasons to contact Senior • Plan premiums may change Funded in part by the MN LinkAge Line® for assistance with • Plan formularies may change Board on Aging comparing Medicare prescription • You may qualify for extra help drug plans for 2016: with prescription drug costs • New plans may be availableTo schedule an appointment • Some existing plans may not with a Senior LinkAge Line® spe- be available cialist, call 1-800-333-2433. Reminder: Youth Legal Notice South, to amend the Watkins deer season is WATKINS PLANNING Zoning Ordinance, Section 13.13 COMMISSION HEARING A., to allow fences up to the prop- Oct. 20-23 The City of Watkins Planning erty line. The regular meeting of Commission shall hold a public the Planning Commission shall Youth, ages 10-15, can par- hearing on Wednesday, November follow the Public Hearing. ticipate in a special deer season 2, 2016, at 7 p.m. at Watkins CityDated: October 17, 2016 that runs from Thursday, Oct. 20, Hall, 111 Central Avenue South, Deb Kramer, Clerk to Sunday, Oct. 23, in 27 permit to consider an application from Published in the Tri-County areas of southeastern and north- Dustin Kramer, 220 SchoolAvenue News Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016. western Minnesota, including in the Twin Cities metro permit area 601, according to the Department Legal Notice Village Hall, 110 Central Avenue of Natural Resources. NOTICE OF CITY South, in said city, for the purpose Deer permit areas open to the GENERAL ELECTION of electing the following officers, hunt are: 101, 105, 111, 114, 201, To the legal voters of the city of to-wit: 203, 208, 209, 256, 257, 260, 263, Watkins, in the County of Meeker, (1) Mayor-two year term 264, 267, 268, 338, 339, 341, 342, State of Minnesota: (2) CouncilMembers-four year 343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349 Notice is hereby given that a terms and 601. Blaze orange require- general and municipal election forDated October 13, 2016 ments apply to all hunters, trap- said city will be held on the 8th day Debra S. Kramer, Clerk pers and adult mentors in areas of November, 2016, between the Published in the Tri-County open for the youth deer season, hours of 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. at the News Thursdays, Oct. 20, 27, and More information can be Nov. 3, 2016. found on page 34 of the 2016 Minnesota Hunting and Trapping Legal Notice the Township will require proof Regulations Handbook under MAINE PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP of insurance for General Liability the heading Special Youth Deer SOLICITATION FOR and Workers' Compensation. Season and online at www.mndnr. QUOTES FOR The Board reserves the right to gov/regulations/hunting. SNOW PLOWING SERVICES accept or reject any and all quotes Maintaining quality habitat Maine Prairie Township is and to waive any defect or tech- to support an appropriate pop- soliciting quotes for snow plow- nicalities therein. Quotes can ulation level is good for deer, ing/removal services for the 2016- be presented at the meeting on deer hunters and the habitats 2017winter season. November 15th or sent to Maine that sustain them. Deer popula- Call the Town Clerk at (320) Prairie Township, 7551 Dellwood tions, which vary in density from 398-2905 to request aquote packet. Road, Kimball, MN 55353-9704 place to place and year to year Quotes will be opened at the Town prior to November 15th. If you are influenced by the severity of Meeting on November 15th, 2016, have questions, you may contact winter weather. Deer are ecolog- at 7:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter John Wicker at (320) 249-2400. ically, socially and economically as possible. Loft Hunt important in a state where hunt- The meeting is held at Maine Clerk/Treasurer ing and wildlife watching gen- Prairie Township Hall, 7551 Published in the Tri-County crate more than $1.3 billion in Dellwood Road, Kimball, MN. News Thursdays, Oct. 20 and 27, annual economic impact. Upon acceptance of the quote, 2016. Legal Notice NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 739 KIMBALL, MINNESOTA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the general election has been called and will be held in and for Independent School District No. 739, Kimball, State of Minnesota~ on Tuesday, the 8th day of November, 2016, for the pur- pose of electing three school board members for a four year term. Any eligible voter residing in the school district may vote at said election at their designated polling place for the precinct in which he or she resides. The polls for said election will be open at 7 a.m. and will close at 8 p.m. on the date of said election. A voter must be registered to vote to be eligible to vote in this election. An unregistered individ- ual may register to vote at the poll- ing place on Election Day. Dated September 21, 2016 BY ORDER OF THE SCHOOL BOARD (s) Brian Becker, School District Clerk Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, Oct. 20 and 27, 2016. 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 business in the State of Minnesota under an assumed name, hereby certifies: The filing of an assumed name does not provide a user with exclu- sive rights to that name. The filing is required for consumer protection in order to enable customers to be able to identify the true owner of a business. 1. List the exact assumed name under which the business is or will be conducted: The Body, Strength Training Shed. 2. Principal Place of Business: 48 Linden Ave West PO Box 296 Kimball MN 55353. 3. List the name and complete street address of all persons con- ducting business under the above Assumed Name, OR if an entity, provide the legal corporate, LLC, or Limited Partnership name and registered office address: Donita Knaus, 48 Linden Ave W PO Box 296, Kimball MN 55353. 4. By typing my name, I, the undersigned, certify that I am sign- ing this document as the person whose signature is required, or as agent of the person(s) whose sig- nature would be required who has authorized me to sign this docu- ment on his/her behalf, or in both capacities. I further certify that I have completed all required fields, and that the information in this document is true and correct and in compliance with the applica- ble chapter of Minnesota Statutes. I understand that by signing this document I am subject to the penal- ties of perjury as set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had signed this docu- ment under oath. Signed By: (s) Donita Marie Knaus, Sept. 26, 2016 Email for official notices: donitaknaus@gmail.com Work Item 904722000034 Original File Number 904722000034 State of Minnesota Office of the Secretary of State Filed 10/4/2016 11:59 p.m. (s) Steve Simon Secretary of State Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, Oct. 20 and 27, 2016. Legal Notice REGULAR MEETING UNOFFICIAL MINUTES BOARD OF EDUCATION OCTOBER 12, 2016 IND. SCHOOL DISTRICT 739 KIMBALL, MN The meeting was called to order by chair Schreiner at 6:02 with all board members present. The Pledge of Allegiance was said by all. Motion by Zipoy, seconded by Becker to approve the agenda as presented. MC Celebrations and success of students and staff included the support staff recognition of Jesse Lyons and Patrick Mertens, held at Resource Training & Solutions. Recognition of teaching staff, Moya Wang and Jesse Lesnau, will be held on October 28th. Motion by Becker, seconded by Meyer, to approve the Consent Agenda. Motion Carried. The Consent Agenda included: • Approve minutes from the September 21, 2016 Regular meeting • Approval of Bills • Treasurer's and Quarterly Report • Approve Jake Gagne 8th grade football, and Chris Jansky 7th grade football for the 2016 season •ApprovehiringofAleciaNeises, Elementary Paraprofessional, beginning October 17, 2016, at Category II, Step 1 of the Non- Licensed Agreement • Accept donation of volleyball line judging by Alisha Kuechle Ms. Johnson reported that good things are happening at the ele- mentary building. Thank you to the Kimball Fire Department for the donation of 4 vests for student crossing guards. With this year's 4th graders scoring so well on the math test last spring as 3rd grad- ers, Mr. Boran is introducing Kahn Academy to the students to try to challenge them further. There will be an information night for par- ents to introduce this program. The District Advisory Committee suggested holding a technology night for parents. This will be held in January or sooner, when some open time is available. The ele- mentary is continuing with their word of the month for character building. Elementary staffand Ms. Johnson have formed a staff book club. However, with schedule con- flicts, they will hold discussion on-line via Google Docs. Lastly, elementary conferences will be held on October 24 and 26, and Grandparents Day is on October 28th. Donita Knaus and Keith Markwardt were present to share the idea of possible Tax Abatement for a property that Ms. Knaus has recently purchased within the city. She wanted to know if the school board would be in favor of granting the abatement prior to putting the financial efforts into the paperwork process. The business planned for the prop- erty is a fitness center focused on health and wellness, massage and therapies for both youth and adults of all ages. All board mem- bers agreed that they were willing to consider providing tax abate- ment. A resolution will be brought to a future board meeting for for- mal adoption. Mr. Widvey reported on 6th grade conferences being sched- uled for October 24 and 26 as well. There will be a mock crash demon- stration put on by the local fire department on Friday, October 14th at 1:00. Homecoming week begins with some dress-up days on the 13th and 14th. Coronation will be held on Sunday, the 16th, with boys' volleyball and the pow- derpuff football games being held on Wednesday afternoon. The Homecoming volleyball game will be held on Tuesday evening and the football game on Wednesday evening, both against BBE. The Homecoming dance will follow the football game. Ms. Bonnifield and Mr. Widvey will attend an Achievement and Integration meeting where they will learn new requirements for receiving this funding. Part of the purpose of this program is 1o help close the achievement gag; given the improvement in te~ scores last spring, Kimball has made good progress in closing that gap. It is uncertain how the new rules will impact that progress. Lastly, the 6th grade has settled into the high school building very well, and is doing great. = Mr, Zipoy asked both princi- pals their opinions of the security of the buildings. Mr. Widvey com- mented on the updated security at the high school and the instal- lation of additional cameras throughout the building. From his desk he is able to look in on activ- ity throughout the building. Ms. Johnson noted that the additional cameras are very useful at the ele- mentary as well. Mr. Wagner reported on the track now being complete. Enrollment numbers are up for the third year; currently in the 740 range. There have been no major surprises with the start of the school year. Teachers are being pushed to challenge stu- dents. The focus is to remove lim- its so students can excel as they are able. The expectation, with the 4th grade math changes, would be to have them at a 6-7 grade level by next year (5th grade). Mr. Wagner recently was a part of a z Space demonstration. This is a great program that would moti- vate many students to work on STEM projects. A demonstration trailer will be coming to Kimball in the upcoming weeks. Several classes have already signed up to go through the trailer. The District Advisory Committee met on the 17th. The focus was mainly on the strate- gic plan for the district, Worlds Best Workforce, curriculum night, and some discussion on the lunch program. Motion by Hooper, seconded by Stein, to approve the win- ter coaching assignments as follows: Boys' Basketball - Head - Jay Klein, Assistant (vacant), 9th - Neal Helgeson, 8th - Jordan Schleper, 7th - Barry Strand; Girls' Basketball - Head - leremy Kuechle, Assistant - Joe Stangle, 9th- Brianna Barrett, 8th- Crystal Donahue, 7th - Barry Strand; Wrestling- Head- Mike Schindler, Assistant - Chris Schiewe; Speech - Head - Jody Markgraf, Assistant - (vacant); One Act Play - Head - Jody Markgraf; Knowledge Bowl - Head - Zach Boser, Jr. High - Jennifer Schiefelbein. MC Motion by Becker, second by Zipoy, to approve the revised Early Childhood Family Education Coordinator job description. MC Motion by Hooper, seconded by Becker, to accept resignation received from Julie St. Onge, ele- mentary paraprofessional, effec- tive September 30, 2016. MC Motion by Stein, seconded by Hooper, to accept resigna- tion received from Kevin Funk, high school custodian, effective September 23, 2016. MC Announcements included the next Benton-Stearns meeting will be on 10/19 and 11/16. The November school board meeting will be on 11/16 at 6:00 p.m. Chair Schreiner wished all of the candidates good luck in the election on November 8th. Motion by Becker, seconded by Hooper to adjourn at 7:06 p.m. Brian Becker, Clerk Published in the Tri-County News Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016.