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PAGE 12 December 1, 2016 ....... www.tricountynews.mn Kiffmeyer earns certification Brian Kiffmeyer, the City of Center in Camp Ripley, Bemidji, Kimball's Emergency Manager,and Mankato. Classes focused on earns Emergency Management preparing, mitigating, and recov- Certification. Kiffmeyer com- ering from natural disasters and pleted a 150-hour course through other threats that effect public the Minnesota Department of safety. Kiffmeyer has been invited Public Safety's Homeland Security to the Governor's Conference in and Emergency Management February for the formal award division, ceremony. Classes were held at the Emergency Management Training Sen. Newman to chair Senate Committee on Transportation Sen. Newman (R-Hutchinson) to serve as the next chair of the the state of Minnesota as well as will assume the chairman- Transportation Committee," said tackling other important issues ship of the Senate Committee on Sen. Newman. "The committee like Real ID. Transportationwhenthelegislature has jurisdiction over a number The legislature will reconvene reconvenes in January. The Senate of issues that affect the everyday on Jan. 3, and for the first time since Republican Caucus announced lives of all Minnesotans and I am 2012, Republicans will be in control the decision on Tuesday morning honored that my colleagues have ofboththeHouseandtheSenate.Of as committee structure and rosters entrusted me to this position, the 67 Senate seats, 34 were won by were unveiled. Sen. Newman served As the chair of the Transportat- Republicans this year, giving them as the ranking minority member ion Committee, Sen. Newman their first four-year majority since on the Transportation Committee aims to prioritize the much-the Senate switched to party desig- during the previous session, needed reconstruction of many nations in 1976. "I am excited at the opportunity roads and bridges all throughout Legal Notice the Decedent, dated September 28, claims to the personal representa- State of Minnesota 2013, under Minn. Stat. 524.2-513 tire or to the Court Administrator CountyofStearns ("Will"), and for the appoint- within four months after the date District Court ment of Sheldon R. Brown, whose of this Notice or the claims will be Probate Division address is Young & Brown, LLP, barred. Seventh JudicialDistrict 63 Oak Avenue S, P.O. Box 859 COURT SEAL Estate of Annandale, MN 55302 as personal Is/Mary B. Mahler Jill L. Kraft, representative of the Estate of the Judge of District Court 11/15/16 Decedent. Decedent in an UNSUPERVISED /s/GeoA. Lock, Court File No. 73-PR-16-510046 adminstration. Any objections to Court Administrator l l /15/16 NOTICE OF HEARING the petition must be filed with the Filed 11/15/16 by Megan V., ON PETITION FOR Court prior to or at the hearing. Deputy PROBATE OF WILL If proper and if no objections are Attorney for Petitioner AND APPOINTMENT OF filed, the personal representative Sheldon R. Brown PERSONAL will be appointed with full power YOUNG & BROWN, LLP REPRESENTATIVE AND to administer the Estate includ- 63 Oak Avenue South NOTICE TO CREDITORS ing the power to collect all assets, P.O. Box 859 Notice is given that on the to pay all legal debts, claims, taxes Annandale, MN 55302 December 30th, 2016, at 8:45and expenses, to sell real and per- (320) 274-8221 (Telephone) o'clock a.m., a hearing will be held sonal property, and to do all nec- (320) 274-3476 (Facsimile) in this Court at 725 Courthouse essary acts for the Estate. brown@annandalelaw.com Square, St. Cloud, Minnesota, for Noticeisalsogiventhat(subject AttorneyLicenseNo.: 12154 the formal probate of an instru- to Minn. Stat. 524.3-801) all cred- Published in the Tri-County ment purporting to be the will of itors having claims against the News Thursdays, Nov. 24 and Estate are required to present the Dec. 1, 2016. Sen. Fischbach to chair Senate Committee On Higher Education Finance and affordability and career readiness Policy for Minnesota students." Sen. Fischbach (R-Paynesville) Sen. Fischbach previously will assume the chairmanship of served as the chair of the Higher the Senate Committee on Higher Education Committee from Education Finance and Policy 2011-2012. when the legislature reconvenes "Having served as the chair of in January. The Senate Republican the committee in the past, I am Caucus announced the decision ready to hit the ground running on during a Tuesday morning press the first day of session," said Sen. conference unveiling their com- Fischbach. mittee structure and rosters. Sen. Fischbach was first elected "I am excited to be chosen as to the Senate in 1996, and previ- the chair of the Higher Education ously served as ranking member committee," said Sen. Fischbach. on the Finance committee from "I look forward to working with 2013-2016, and will also serve as my colleagues to improve college the Senate President in 2017. lJrdahl to serve as bonding chairman By State Rep. Dean llrdahl major help in my new position." State Rep. Dean Urdahl, Tradition is for the state's larg- R-Acton Township, on Tuesday est capital investment bills to be accepted an appointment from completed in even-numbered fellow House Republicans to serve years. The House approved bond- as chairman of the House Capital ing legislation in the waning Investment Committee for the stages of the 2016 session, but that 2017-18 biennium, package stalled when the Senate Urdahl currently serves as altered the bill after the House head of the House Legacy Funding already had adjourned. Finance Committee, a position Urdahl said asset preservation he has held for two nonconsec- and infrastructure such as roads utive terms. His switch to capi- and bridges will be the focus of tal investment - aka bonding - bonding bills he works to assem- comes as House Republicans shuf- ble this biennium. fie their personnel deck following "I am grateful for the opportu- the November election. Urdahl nity to serve as bonding chairman has been a member of the Capital and look forward to crafting good Investment Committee for most of legislation when we return to the his seven terms in office. Capitol," Llrdahl said. "It is my job "I am proud of having earned to produce bills that adequately the reputation in St. Paul as some- support our infrastructure while one who is able to bridge the gap remaining responsible to the tax- between parties," Urdahl said. "A payers in our state." prime example of that was when I The Legislature is scheduled to was able to find bipartisan agree- convene at the Capitol in St. Paul ment on bonding for the Capitolres- Jan. 3, with Republicans gaining toration, just when it appeared that a Senate majority this month in important project may fall through, addition to retaining control of the That type of leadership will be a House. PROTECT THE HOME THAT BRINGS YOUR DREAMS TO LIFE. CALL ME TODAY. Thomas All of your personalized eyecare needs.. close to ;~@iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii COMPREHENSIVE EYE EXAMINATI()~S EYE HEALTH ASSESSMENTS EYE DISEASE DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT SURGICAL CO-MANAGEMENT URGENT CARE SERVICES EYEWEAR & CONTACT LENSES LAKES Eye Clinic Dr. Femrite, Optometrist 308 5th Ave. S #110, Cold Spring 685-5"400-~ www.lakeseyecllnic,com