Public Notices December 4, 2019

LEGAL NOTICE 

 

The following individual who was convicted of a crime in Todd County has applied for relief from the Minnesota Board of Pardons. The application will be considered at the meeting of the board scheduled for December 16, 2019, commencing at 9:00 a.m., at the Minnesota Senate Building, St. Paul, MN:

 

- Wojcik, Daryl

Assault in the Fifth Degree

Convicted: 4/3/2000

 

Victims of this individual have a right to be present at the meeting, submit an oral or written statement to the board summarizing the harm suffered as a result of the crime, and make a recommendation to the board as to whether a pardon should be granted or denied. To submit an oral or written statement, or to obtain scheduling information, call the Board of Pardons at 651-361-7171.  The meeting is open to the public pursuant to Minn. Stat. Ch. 13D.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

 

An aeration system will be in operation on Lake Shamineau from December 10, 2019 to March 31, 2020 at 3501 Pine View Blvd., Motley, MN. 

Please use caution on thin ice.

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NOTICE

CITY OF STAPLES

ORDINANCE NO. 523

Add to 7.1.02 and Amend 5.6.06 h.D.

 

THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF STAPLES ORDAINS:

SECTION 1. Sec. 7.1.02. License Required. Subd. f. is added as follows:

Subd. f. Brewer Taproom Licenses

1. Definition. A brewer taproom license shall mean a license authorizing the on-sale of malt liquor produced by a brewer for consumption on the premises of or adjacent to one (1) brewer location owned by the brewer. Unless otherwise stated, the definitions of Minn. Statutes, Chapter 340A, as the same shall be amended from time to time, shall apply herein. 

2. Issuance of license. Brewer taproom licenses may be issued to the holder of a brewer’s license under Minn. Statutes. Chapter 340A.301, Subd. 6 (c), (i) or (j). Said license may be issued and is subject to the conditions outlined in the City Code, Section 7.1.02, Subd. f (3). 

3. Conditions of License. 

a. The annual license fee for a taproom license, as established in the fee schedule set by ordinance by the City Council, shall be paid. 

b. The license shall be valid on all days of the week consistent with the hours of sale provided in Section 7.1.08, Subd. e. 

c. A brewer may only hold one (1) brewer taproom license under this section. 

d. The only alcoholic beverages sold or consumed on the premises of the taproom will be malt liquor produced by the brewer upon the brewery premises. 

e. No taproom shall be located across a public right-of-way such as a street or alley from the brewery location.

f. All other provisions of this article shall be applicable to such licenses and licensees unless inconsistent with the provisions of this section.

Subd. g. Off-Sale Malt Liquor License.

1. Definition. A brewer licensed under Minn. Statutes, Chapter 340A.301, Subd. 6 (d), (i), or (j) may be licensed for the “off-sale” of malt liquor produced and packaged on the licensed premise in accordance with Minn. Statutes, Chapter 340A.301, Subd. 7 (b). Unless otherwise stated, the definitions of Minn. Statutes, Chapter 340A, as the same shall be amended from time to time, shall apply herein. 

2. Conditions of License. 

a. The annual license fee for an off-sale malt liquor license, as established in the fee schedule set by ordinance by the City Council, shall be paid. 

b. Off-sale of malt liquor may only be made during the hours that “off-sale” of liquor may be made, except that malt liquor in growlers only may be sold at off-sale on Sunday until 10:00 p.m. 

c. The malt liquor shall be packaged in sixty four-ounce containers commonly known as “growlers” or in seven hundred fifty (750) milliliter bottles. The container or bottle must be sealed in the manner as described in Minn. Statutes, Chapter 340A.301, Subdivision 6 (d). 

d. The malt liquor sold at off-sale, except growlers sold on Sundays, must be removed from the licensed premise before the applicable closing time.

e. All other provisions of this article shall be applicable to such licenses and licensees unless inconsistent with the provisions of this section.

SECTION 2. Sec. 5.6.05. Zoning Districts and District Provisions Subd. g. B-1 Business District 

2. Permitted Uses.

F. On-sale, off-sale, brewer taprooms and microdistellery liquor establishments.

NOTICE

CITY OF STAPLES

ORDINANCE NO. 523

Add to 7.1.02 and Amend 5.6.06 h.D.

 

SECTION 3. Sec. 5.6.06 Subd. h.D.

No private detached garage used or intended for the storage of passenger automobiles shall exceed (900) square feet nor have any access door or other opening exceed the height of nine (9) feet. Permanent foundation or slab shall be required. The garage must be of same or similar finish and be of homogeneous design with the principal structure.

SECTION 4. Effective Date. The ordinance becomes effective from and after its passage and publication. 

 

Enacted by the City Council of the City of Staples this 26th day of November, 2019.

 

ATTEST:

Diane Archer, City Clerk

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Minutes of the Meeting of the 

Todd County Board of Commissioners 

November 5, 2019

 

Call to Order

The Todd County Board of Commissioners met in the Commissioner’s Board Room in the City of Long Prairie, MN on the 5th day of November, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Kneisl. The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance. All Commissioners were present.

Approval of Agenda

On motion by Erickson and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the agenda as presented.

Consent Agenda

On motion by Becker and seconded by Kircher, the following motions and resolutions were introduced and adopted by unanimous vote:

To approve the Commissioner’s Meeting Minutes for October 15, 2019 as presented.

To approve the hiring of Brian McCann as the Planning and Zoning Specialist at Grade 7 Step 1.

Auditor-Treasurer

On motion by Neumann and seconded by Erickson, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous Roll Call vote: To approve the October 2019 Auditor Warrants number (ACH) 900470 through 900522 in the amount of $4,061,138.78, (Manual) 514 through 514 in the amount of $793 and (Regular) 234384 through 234553 in the amount of $2,784,588.70 for a total of $6,846,520.48.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous Roll Call vote: To approve the Commissioner Warrants number (ACH) 400411 through 400427 in the amount of $27,126.95 and (Regular) 52413 through 52518 in the amount of $410,388.02 for a total of $437,514.97.

On motion by Becker and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous Roll Call vote: To approve the Health & Human Services Commissioner Warrants number (ACH) 800184 through 800196 and (Regular) 705944 through 706008 for a total amount of $42,476.34.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Erickson, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous Roll Call vote: To approve the Health & Human Services SSIS Warrants number (ACH) 600061 through 600068 and (Regular) 515469 through 515492 in the amount of $59,791.96.

On motion by Erickson and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To adopt the 2020 County Fee Schedule to be effective January 1, 2020 per the attached document.

Todd Wadena Community Corrections

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Becker, the following resolution was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote:

REQUEST FOR 

ADDITIONAL 2019 COUNTY FUNDING

FOR TODD-WADENA COMMUNITY 

CORRECTIONS

WHEREAS, state funding has not kept pace with Todd-Wadena Community Corrections’ (TWCC) basic general operating expenses, and;

WHEREAS, TWCC has relied heavily on using its fund balance to cover general operating expenses which has now placed its balance dangerously low, and;

WHEREAS, TWCC lacks the financial ability to properly fund a vehicle replacement schedule and its current vehicle fleet stability which would otherwise project operating expenses to fall under two months by the end of FY2019.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners hereby approve the transfer of funds in the amount of $31,000 from Fund 01-General Revenue to Fund 75-Community Corrections to support the financial stability of the Todd-Wadena Community Corrections fund balance and projects.

Ditch/Ag Inspector

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: Acting as Ditch Authority, to approve a Minor Maintenance project on CD15 to clean approximately 2,450 feet of ditch that is on parcels 02-0018300, 02-0018400, and 02-0022300. Corbin Pickar Excavating, Inc. will do the project at a cost not to exceed $4,900.

Planning & Zoning

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Erickson, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the 2020-2021 Feedlot Program Delegation Agreement and Work Plan.

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Becker, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To authorize acceptance and use of the Riparian Aid Funding in the amount of $112,471.

Solid Waste

On motion by Becker and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To set the 2019 Solid Waste Fall Board meeting for November 26, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. at the Transfer Station.

Administration

On motion by Kircher and seconded by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To initiate a video first interview for all County Coordinator candidates to be moderated by HR Manager Sara Ogren and the videos provided to all of the County Commissioners for review.

Auditor-Treasurer’s Report

The County Auditor-Treasurer reported on meetings attended and projects in progress including the upcoming real estate tax payment deadlines and Special Elections being held this day for Sauk Centre and Swanville School Districts. 

Commissioner’s Report

The Commissioners reported on meetings attended.

Recess

Chairperson Kneisl recessed the meeting until November 19, 2019.

 

AUDITOR WARRANTS

Vendor Name $ Amount

AMERICAN HERITAGE 

   BANK $71,025.83 

BIG STONE EXCAVATING 5,769.00 

COUNTIES PROVIDING 

   TECHNOLOGY 4,967.56 

GOLDEN SHOVEL AGCY 5,700.00 

LAVOIE/RICHARD 6,247.00 

LONG PRAIRIE OIL CO 2,131.67 

LONG PRAIRIE SANI. INC 4,626.18 

MN DEPT OF FINANCE 7,005.50 

PARTY WORLD 2,166.50 

REGENTS OF THE 

   UNIV OF MN 34,462.20 

WATERGUARDS, LLC 18,086.10 

23 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 10,496.94 

AMERICAN HERITAGE 

   BANK 7,897.28 

ANOKA CO GOV’T 

   CENTER 14,915.00 

COUNTRYSIDE REST 3,360.00 

DEPUTY REGISTRAR 2,922.24 

FLEET SERVICES/

   WEX BANK 5,769.32 

HEALTH PARTNERS 

   DENTAL 4,214.52 

IVERSON REUVERS LLC 3,341.80 

MIDDENDORF/DENISE 41,832.61 

MIDDENDORF/NATHAN 41,832.61 

MINNESOTA POWER 

   & LIGHT 13,880.39 

MORRISON COUNTY 50,145.25 

NORTHERN NATURAL 

   GAS CO 43,270.00 

NORTHERN STAR COOP 2,266.02 

Prairie Lakes Muni 

   Solid Waste Auth 78,672.00 

SANDY SHORES TOWN 

   HOMES 2,730.00 

STAPLES ADVANTAGE 2,987.56 

STEP 8,766.19 

TODD CO AUD-TREAS 6,800.29 

WENCK ASSOC., INC 4,272.94 

47 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 15,197.68 

AMERICAN HERITAGE 8,029.48 

CENTRAL APPS INC 3,945.40 

CONTECH ENGINEERED 

   SOLUTIONS, LLC 50,782.27 

GALLAGHER BENEFIT 

   SERVICES INC 2,000.00 

NOW MICRO INC 2,342.00 

RAHN’S OIL & PROPANE 17,431.13 

VOYANT COMMS., LLC 3,997.79 

30 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 8,836.04 

CENTRAL SPECIALTIES 

   INC 178,645.96 

LONG PRAIRIE OIL CO 16,883.75 

REDSTONE CONST 329,517.38 

VERIZON 3,576.55 

WEST CENTRAL TECH 

   SERVICE AREA 6,792.80 

21 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 10,938.13 

AMERICAN HERITAGE 

   BANK 598,469.01 

BIG SWAN LAKE 

   IMPROVEMENT DIST. 5,159.35 

CITY OF BERTHA 97,527.97 

CITY/ BROWERVILLE 146,815.24 

CITY OF BURTRUM 8,238.82 

CITY OF CLARISSA 81,870.14 

CITY OF EAGLE BEND 130,701.87 

CITY OF GREY EAGLE 33,392.65 

CITY OF HEWITT 24,476.21 

CITY OF LONG PRAIRIE 507,846.12 

CITY OF OSAKIS 84,450.75 

CITY OF STAPLES 460,809.84 

CITY OF WEST UNION 2,943.87 

REGION V DEVELOPMT 

   COMMISSION 9,019.34 

SAUK RIVER WATER 

   SHED DISTRICT 27,197.40 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 213 272,830.07 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 2170 312,335.90 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 2753 743,310.07 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 486 157,236.42 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 740 40,203.85 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 743 278,992.98 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 786 167,901.52 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 

   786-DEBT DIST 86 23,746.61 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 787 335,801.81 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 

   787- DEBT DIST 87 33,326.55 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 818 10,507.08 

TOWN OF BARTLETT 17,931.18 

TOWN OF BERTHA 17,244.42 

TOWN OF BIRCHDALE 56,786.83 

TOWN OF BRUCE 43,039.49 

TOWN OF BURLEENE 20,791.99 

TOWN OF 

   BURNHAMVILLE 54,941.08 

TOWN OF 

   EAGLE VALLEY 24,358.75 

TOWN OF FAWN LAKE 35,620.91 

TOWN OF GERMANIA 16,768.12 

TOWN OF GORDON 85,010.02 

TOWN OF GREY EAGLE 82,745.06 

TOWN OF HARTFORD 44,036.46 

TOWN OF IONA 12,381.28 

TOWN OF KANDOTA 38,374.54 

TOWN OF LESLIE 68,331.88 

TOWN OF LITTLE ELK 25,909.64 

TOWN OF LITTLE SAUK 40,046.28 

TOWN OF 

   LONG PRAIRIE 42,122.66 

TOWN OF MORAN 27,553.80 

TOWN OF REYNOLDS 20,031.01 

TOWN OF 

   ROUND PRAIRIE 36,356.32 

TOWN OF STAPLES 91,345.69 

TOWN OF 

   STOWE PRAIRIE 23,932.63 

TOWN OF 

   TURTLE CREEK 23,245.56 

TOWN OF VILLARD 54,497.68 

TOWN OF WARD 28,426.74 

TOWN OF WEST UNION 16,837.16 

TOWN OF WYKEHAM 26,397.23 

6 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 4,074.77 

1 PAYMENT LESS 

   THAN $2,000 793.00 

Total $6,846,520.48 

 

COMMISSIONERS WARRANTS

Vendor Name $ Amount

BIG STONE 

   THERAPIES, INC $3,623.54 

BROWERVILLE TRUCK

   WASH/BIG BOYZ 7,926.63 

CENTRA CARE HEALTH 

   SYSTEMS LON 2,321.55 

CENTRACARE HEALTH 

   LONG PRAIRIE 11,937.00 

CENTRAL APPLICATORS 

   INC 7,774.85 

COMPASS MINERALS 

   AMERICA 78,872.15 

DODGE OF 

   BURNSVILLE INC 43,342.00 

EMERGENCY AUTO.

   TECH 4,955.71 

H & L MESABI 6,715.17 

LITTLE FALLS 

   MACHINE INC 2,474.16 

MCCC, MI33 5,581.01 

MORRISON CO PUBLIC 

   HEALTH SERV 2,927.60 

NUSS TRUCK & EQUIP 2,486.16 

ROYAL TIRE 15,663.38 

SHI CORP 4,017.00 

TODD SOIL & WATER 

   CONS DIST 204,035.50 

WOLTERS BODY SHOP 2,282.37 

106 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 30,579.19 

Total $437,514.97 

 

HEALTH & HUMAN 

SERVICES WARRANTS

Vendor Name $ Amount

ANOKA COUNTY 

   CORRECTIONS 4,068.00 

DHS - MSOP - MN SEX 

   OFFENDER PROG 5,895.00 

DHS - ST PETER RTC - 472 9,660.00 

HOLISTIC FAMILY 

   EDUCATION SRVS 4,072.56 

LUTHERAL SOCIAL SERV.

   OF MN-ST PAUL 5,967.10 

NEXUS INC - MILLE LACS 

   ACADEMY 12,092.10 

NORTHERN PINES MENTAL

    HLTH CTR INC 2,030.00 

PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 16,007.20 

Total $59,791.96 

 

Vendor Name $ Amount

DHS - SWIFT $12,136.39 

NOW MICRO INC 2,795.92 

PERISH/ALAN 2,350.46 

SOURCEWELL 7,500.00 

TODD CTY ATTORNEY’S 

   OFFICE 2,492.00 

73 PAYMENTS LESS 

   THAN $2,000 15,201.57 

Total $42,476.34 

 

On a motion by Becker and seconded by Kircher, the preceding minutes of the County Board meeting held November 5, 2019 were duly approved by unanimous vote at the Todd County Board of Commissioners at the Regular Board Meeting held on November 19, 2019.

 

Witness my hand and seal:

 

Gary Kneisl, 

County Board Chairperson

 

Denise Gaida, Todd County

Auditor-Treasurer

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