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Thursday, November 24, 2011 _ &--l_ r & Government Tri-Coun E News • Kimball, MN I@8LJL iNiii ?'rl ........... ,, 111]]7 Legal Notice REGULAR MEETING UNOFFICIAL MINUTES BOARD OF EDUCATION NOVEMBER 16, 2011 IND. SCHOOL DISTRICT 739 KIMBALL, MN The meetingwas called to order by chair Helgeson at 6:30 p.m. with all members present. The Pledge of Allegiance was said by all in attendance. Schreiner/Zipoy approved the agenda as amended adding an activities committee report and moving item #5, Adopt Resolution Providing for Sale of General Obli- gation Refunding Bonds to the top of the agenda. MC Mike Hoheisel, Financial Advi- sor for the District presented an opportunity in which the District can save the taxpayers approxi- mately $600,000 over the remain- ing term of the bonds by refund- ing the 2002 High School building bonds. Member Zipoy introduced the following resolution and moved its adoption, Gagnon seconded. By roll call vote, and all members vot- ing in favor, the motion carried. RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR SALE OF GENERAL OBLIGA- TION REFUNDING BONDS; COV- ENANTING AND OBLIGATING THE DISTRICT TO BE BOUND BY AND TO USE THE PROVISIONS OF MINNESOTA STATUTES, SEC- TION 126C.55 TO GUARANTEE THE PAYMENT OF THE PRIN- CIPAL AND INTEREST ON THE BONDS Kathryn Winkelman, FACS instructor, shared with the board the courses that she is teaching this year explaining the articu- lation process completed with St. Cloud Technical and Commu- nity College allowing students to receive Tech Prep credits. Kath- ryn acknowledged the areas where things are going well for her, and some of her hopes for future years, as well as some items that would be helpful to her in the classroom. Kathryn finished by sharing ways in which FACS adds value to other offerings at Kimball High School. Celebrations and successes of students and staff included Kim Ostby and lay Klein being selected by local staff for the Lead- ership and Excellence in Educa- tion Award. A banquet was held in celebration of this award. Pos- itive feedback has been coming through on the Respect Retreat and the Courage Retreat held recently for high school students. Kuechle Underground is nearly completed with the drainage work to Field #1 located west of the high school. Labor and materials for this project were donated by Kuechle Underground. Hendricks Sand and Gravel replaced a cul- vert under the road near this field as well which will also help the drainage issues of this ball field. The football team had a great run this year finishing as runner-up in the section. Volleyball finished the season advancing in sections, and Cross-Country finished fourth in the conference. Commendation to the fans that filled the stands at all of the football games as well as the playoff games. It was great to see the numbers. Mr. Tritabaugh shared com- ments in Mr. Houseman's absence. There was a great turn- out for elementary conferences. The PIE sponsored event Drive for Dodge raised $1300. A thank you to Tammy Konz for arranging to transport the elementary students to the high school for the Veterans Day Program. Snow Plow Safety Day is coming up on the 23rd. There has been positive feed- back in the implementation of the SchoolReach system. An agree- ment has been made to have Hen- dricks Bus Service transport the 5th grade students on their Iron Range trip. Mr. Widvey wished to thank Tammy Konz, the Legion Auxil- iary and the Jr. Auxiliary for their part in the Veterans Day Program. Tim Rice, recently returned from Afghanistan, provided a fantas- tic message to the students. High school conferences had a good turnout. The first of two new tro- phy cases is currently being installed. A second one will be installed in the near future. These are made possible through dona- tions that have been received. The School Bd./To page 12 ......... Page 9 Legal Notice NOTICE OF MEETING CANCELLATION The November 23rd Work Ses- sion meeting of the Clearwater River Watershed District Board of Managers has been canceled due to the Thanksgiving holiday. If you have questions or concerns, contact the District Office at (320) 271-3935. By order of the Board of Managers Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, Nov. 17 and 24, 2011. Legal Notice The City of Kimball would like to remind all snow removal oper- ators and property owners that it is unlawful to deposit snow on or next to a public highway or street. Minnesota law prohibits the plow- ing, blowing, shoveling or other- wise placing of snow onto public roadways. This includes the ditch and right of way area along the roadside. This would also include push- ing the snow from your driveway across the street onto the right-of- way of a vacant lot. The snow from your property needs to remain on your property. According to state law, viola- tions are considered misdemean- ors, but civil penalties also apply if the placement of snow creates a hazard such as a slippery area, frozen rut or bump that contrib- utes to a motor vehicle or pedes- trian crash. The civil liability can extend to both the property owner and the person who placed the snow. Other hazards created by improper placement of snow on or near a public roadway include drainage problems, drifting, sight obstruction and safe accessibility. Special attention should be made to keep crosswalks, intersections, entrances and exits clean and unobstructed. Also remember per City Ordi- nance all sidewalks must be cleared of snow and ice within 24 hours after the precipitation has ceased to fall. If your side- walk is not cleared within 24 hours the City is authorized to start the emergency abatement process. We appreciate your coopera- tion in this matter. Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, Nov. 24, and Dec. 1, 2011. 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