Public Notices October 30, 2019

OFFICE OF THE MINNESOTA SECRETARY OF STATE

Certificate of Assumed Name

Minnesota Statues, 

Chapter 333

 

The filing of an assumed name does not provide a user with exclusive rights to that name. The filing is required for consumer protection in order to enable consumers 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: 

ASSUMED NAME:

Old School Health

2. Principal place of business:

28895 County 26

Browerville, 

MN  56438

   3. List the name and complete street address of all persons conducting business under the above Assumed Name, OR if an entity, provide the legal corporate, LLC, or Limited Partnership name and registered office address:

 

Essentially Life LLC

28895 County 26

Browerville,

MN  56438

 

4. I, the undersigned, certify that I am signing this document as the person whose signature is required, or as agent of the person(s) whose signature would be required who has authorized me to sign this document 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 applicable chapter of Minnesota Statutes. I understand that by signing this document I am subject to the penalties of perjury as set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had signed this document under oath.

 

SIGNED BY:

Pam Rapp, Owner

 

DATE: August 19, 2019

 

State of Minnesota

Office of the Secretary of State

Filed: August 26, 2019

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STATE OF MINNESOTA

TODD COUNTY

DISTRICT COURT Seventh Judicial District

Court File Number:

77-JV-19-978

Case Type: Juvenile

 

Summons and Notice 

Child in Need of Protection or Services Matter

 

In the Matter of the Welfare of the Child(ren) of:

 

Shannon Mae Jarvis

Arron Matthew Holloway

 

NOTICE TO: 

Arron Matthew 

Holloway, above-named parent(s) or legal custodian(s).

 

1. A Child In Need of Protection or Services Petition has been filed in the Office of the Clerk of Juvenile Court located at 221 1st Ave. South, Long Prairie, Minnesota, alleging that the child(ren) of the above-named parent(s) or legal custodian(s) is/are in need of protection or services.

2. Notice is hereby given that the matter of said Child In Need of Protection or Services Petition will be called for hearing before the Juvenile Court located at 221 1st Ave. South, Long Prairie, Minnesota, on November 12, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. or as soon after as the Matter can be heard.

3. YOU ARE ORDERED to appear before the Juvenile Court at the scheduled time and date.

4. You have a right to be represented by counsel.

5. If you fail to appear at the hearing, the Court may still conduct the hearing and grant appropriate relief, including taking permanent custody of the child/ren named in the Petition.

 

WITNESS, the Honorable Daniel A. Benson

Judge of District Court 

 

BY: 

Kim Pohlmann 

Court Administrator 

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NOTICE

fawn lake township meeting 

 

Fawn Lake Township will hold their regular meeting Monday, November 4 at 7:00 p.m. at the town hall

 

Kelly Miller, Clerk

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NOTICE

Lake shore

AERATION WARNING

LAKE SHAMINEAU 

 

Open water along the shore with thin ice around the edge on the West shores of Lake Shamineau. Starting November 2019 and early months of 2020. For inquiries call 218-821-1470.

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NOTICE

Lake shore

AERATION WARNING

LAKE SHAMINEAU 

 

Open water along the shore with thin ice around the edges on the south shore of Lake Shamineau. Starting November 20, 2019 and into the early months of 2020. For inquiries call 763-535-1079.

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CITY OF STAPLES

 

NOTICE OF 

PUBLIC HEARING 

TO CONSIDER 

THE APPLICATION FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT AT 

720 5th ST NE

 

NOTICE is hereby given that the Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Staples will hold a Public Hearing at 5:00 p.m. on Monday, November 18, 2019 at the Staples City Hall, 122 6th St NE, to consider the application for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) at 720 5th ST NE to open a gunsmith business in a Residential zone.  

All persons interested are invited to attend this hearing and be heard on this matter.

 

Dated: October 30, 2019

 

Diane Archer, City Clerk.

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ISD #2170

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING #32 

June 17, 2019 

6:00 p.m.

District Office

MINUTES

 

Call to Order

The meeting was called to order with Winkels, Frisk, Anderson and Lund present (comprising a quorum). Longbella arrived shortly after roll call. Also attending: Supt. Bratlie; Business Services, Herdegen; Principals Schmidt, Regan and Johnson; Staples World Managing Editor, Anderson and Recording Secretary, Madson. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. 

Motion by Lund, seconded by Winkels, to add items #13.1 and #13.2 to the agenda MC 

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Anderson, to adopt the agenda. MC 

Consent Agenda

Motion by Lund, seconded by Anderson to approve the consent agenda. Winkels abstained. MC 

Motion by Frisk, seconded by Anderson, to approve the Resolution to Accept Grants and Donations in the amount of $7,747.25. MC 

Finance Items (6-12-19 Committee minutes)

Motion by Anderson, seconded by Winkels to authorize payment of the vouchers. MC 

Motion by Anderson, seconded by Frisk, to approve the revised 2018-2019 budget. MC

Motion by Frisk, seconded by Anderson, to approve the 2019-2020 budget MC

Mr. Herdegen emphasized that the district is working with a $17 million budget and he is projecting a balanced budget for next year. The district should continue to spend down their LTFM funds. He also recommends the district sell $1.5 million worth of bonds which will help spread out payments and keep taxes flat. 

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Lund to award the Dairy bid to Dean Foods. MC 

(Kemps was the only other bid received.)

Motion by Frisk, seconded by Winkels, to award the bread quote to Pan-O-Gold for the 2019-2020 school year. MC 

Motion by Frisk, seconded by Anderson, to approve the credit reimbursement request Skyla Rewitzer; Spanish CIS;  $1,606.75 MC

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Frisk, to approve the credit reimbursement request from Ginger Stiner; $700. MC 

13.1 Approve the LTFM Project proposal from Nexus

Anderson questioned why Nexus had submitted a proposal and suggested going out for bids from other vendors. 

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Frisk, to postpone this item until the July meeting, following discussion at the July 8 Work Session. 

Approve the FY20 insurance proposal with Vaalar for liability and workers compensation insurance. 

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Anderson, to approve the proposal from Vaalar. Voting in favor: Winkels, Lund and Anderson. Opposed: Longbella and Frisk MC 

Curriculum 

Presentation of the 2018-2019 QCOMP Annual Report

NO action needed

Motion by Frisk, seconded by Longbella, to appoint Mary Freeman to the Oversite Committee. MC 

Motion by Frisk, seconded by Anderson, to approve the SM 2019-2020 Local Literacy Plan. MC 

Personnel

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Longbella, to accept the resignations of Rita Weishalla, Alan Marshall, Reggie DeMars, Anna Dahlvang and Kim Prestridge. MC 

Motion by Frisk, seconded by Anderson, to approve the 2019-2020 contracts for Kim Prestridge, Nathan Fischer, Tony Spandl, Kassie Marthaler, and Tammy Bell. MC 

Approve the Fall Head Coaches: Football - Chris Kappler; Volleyball -Gretchen Bestland; Cross Country - Bruce Furhman; Tennis - Jacque Doll; Swimming - Amanda Toft.

Motion by Longbella, seconded by Frisk, to approve the Fall Head Coaches. Winkels abstained. MC 

Motion by Frisk, seconded by Anderson, to approve the voluntary reduction in 2019-20 contract for Elizabeth Wright; .50 FTE beginning 9-25-19. MC

Motion by Frisk, seconded by Anderson, for Permission to post for Casual/Part Time Receptionist/ General Office help in the District/ Business Office for UP TO 16 hours per week. MC 

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Frisk, to accept the retirement request of Ruth Tokarczyk; MS Spec. Ed. MC 

Other

Recommend renaming the Motley building to Staples-Motley Area Family Center

Motion by Anderson, seconded by Winkels. Following discussion, the motion and seconded were rescinded and the item was postponed until a plan was in place for renaming buildings. The Board will discuss at the July 8 Work Session. 

Motion by Anderson, seconded by Winkels, to close the District/Business Office on Fridays for the next 7 weeks (June 21, 28; July 5, 12, 19, 26; and August 2) MC 

This decision is due to staff who are not full time and/or using vacation time during the summer leaving the office short staffed. 

Reports

School Board; FED; Sourcewell - 4-10-19 and 4-11-19 Minutes

Principals

Superintendent Bratlie voiced some observations and suggestions to the Board and suggested bringing in MSBA to help with some team building. 

SMEA - negotiations will begin on July 8 at 3:00 p.m.

Community Education Advisory Committee 

Chair Lund extended a thank you to Supt. Bratlie for his time and expertise to the district. 

Adjournment

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Frisk, to adjourn the meeting MC 

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School Board Work Session -

Meeting #1

July 8, 2019 

6:00 p.m.

District Office

905 4th St. NE

MINUTES

 

Call to Order

The meeting was called to order with Winkels, Frisk, Anderson and Lund present (comprising a quorum). Longbella and Freeman arrived shortly after roll call. Also attending were: Supt. Tappe; Business Services, Herdegen; Staples World Managing Editor, Anderson and Recording Secretary, Madson. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. 

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Frisk, to adopt the agenda. MC 

Chair Lund welcomed the districts’ new Superintendent, Mr. Tappe. 

BUILD 2170

Long Term Facility Maintenance projects were reviewed, including the HVAC system upgrade at the elementary school at a cost of $1.5 million and indoor air quality improvements in the HS shop areas at $460,000. 

The future of Career & Tech Ed (welding, machine shop, woods, etc) in the HS was discussed. It was clarified that the money for the HS project is money in reserve, not new dollars. 

Renaming of the Motley site

Discussion on renaming the Motley site and the best process for that. Building renaming then extended to the other sites as grade configurations have changed. The Finance Committee will discuss this at their July 9 meeting and bring a recommendation back to the Board. 

Academic Eligibility

The procedure included in Student Handbooks was reviewed and discussed. MSHSL requires that students are making adequate progress toward graduation - a passing grade would be D-.

The handbooks state that students are expected to maintain a C- in all courses in order to be eligible for SM extra-curriculars. 

Supt. Tappe asked the Board to give him a direction on the procedure as it is not easy to understand nor to administer, and it must be consistent. This will come back to the Board with revisions. 

Adjournment

Motion by Anderson, seconded by Longbella, to adjourn. MC 

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SPECIAL SCHOOL BOARD Meeting #2

July 8, 2019 

District Office

Immediately following the Work Session

MINUTES

 

Call to Order

The meeting was called to order with Longbella, Winkels, Frisk, Freeman, Anderson and Lund present. Also attending: Supt. Tappe; Business Services, Herdegen; Staples World Editor, Anderson and Recording Secretary, Madson. 

Motion by Longbella, seconded by Anderson, to adopt the agenda. MC 

FINANCE

Approve identified projects related to Long Term Facilities Maintenance (LTFM) Funding, including:

•HVAC system upgrades at the Elementary School - project cost of $1.5 million

•Indoor Air Quality Improvements in the shop areas at the High School - $460,000.

Motion by Freeman, seconded by Winkels, to approve the identified projects related to Long Term Facilities Maintenance funding. MC 

Approve issuance of $1.5 million General Obligation Bonds related to Long Term Facilities Maintenance Funding

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Longbella, to approve the issuance of $1.5 million General Obligation Bonds related to FTFM funding. MC 

Other

Motion by Longbella, seconded by Frisk, to authorize Shane Tappe to act as the Identified Official with Authority (IOwA) and Bonnie Madson to act as the IOwA to add and remove names only for Staples-Motley School District #2170-01 MC 

Adjournment

Motion by Anderson, seconded by Freeman, to adjourn the Special Meeting. MC

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SCHOOL BOARD Meeting #3

July 22, 2019 

6:00 p.m. 

District Office

MINUTES

 

Call to Order

The meeting was called to order with Longbella, Freeman, Lund, Winkels, and Frisk present (comprising a quorum). Also attending: Supt. Tappe; Business Services, Herdegen;  Principals Johnson and Schmidt;  approximately 15 staff and community members; Staples World Managing Editor, Anderson; and Recording Secretary, Madson. The Pledge of Allegience was recited.

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Longbella, to adopt the agenda. MC

Consent Agenda

Motion by Freeman, seconded by Frisk, to approve the Consent Agenda.   MC 

Finance Items (Committee Minutes from 7-9-19)

Motion by Longbella, second by Lund, to authorize payment of the vouchers. MC

Report by Ehlers on the Issuance of Facilities Maintenance Bonds (Jodi Zesbaugh and Greg Crowe) 

Jodie Zesbaugh the bond  pre-sale report. On Aug. 19, the Board will approve the sale of the bonds.

Motion by Frisk, seconded by Winkels, to review and approve the Long Term Facilities 10 Year Plan

Review and approve the LTFM project proposal from LHB, Inc.

Proposals were reviewed; the recommendation was LHB, Inc. at $125,440 with 6.40 percent (%) of the project costs.  This proposal does not include commissioning costs - that recommendation will come to the Board in August. (ONE $127,400 with 6.50 percent (%) and Nexus Solutions $240,252 with 12.26 percent (%); WSN declined to submit a proposal) 

Motion by Freeman, seconded by Lund to accept the LTFM project proposal from LHB, Inc. MC 

Motion by Winkels, second by Freeman, to approve the 2019-2020 Transportation Contracts with Greig Bus Service and Johnson Bus Service. MC

Other

Motion by Winkels, second by Frisk, to approve the 2019-2020 Chromebook Policy and Usage Handbook. MC 

Motion by Longbella, second by Frisk, to approve the 2019-2020 School Meal Price/ Fee Schedule. MC

NO FEE for Athletics and Fine Arts this year.   SOME courses or activities may incur a project cost.  

Policy Discussion - discussion on the Athletic Eligibility policy which will be included in Student Handbooks. Category 1 and Category 2 events will need to be defined. 

Motion by Freeman, second by Lund, to approve the re-naming of the Motley site to: Staples-Motley Early Education Center.   Voting in favor: Lund, Longbella, Freeman and Winkels. Opposed: Frisk  MC

Reports:

School Board: FED meets next week; Sourcewell May 21 minutes 

Principals, Superintendent; SMEA

Adjournment

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Frisk, to adjourn the meeting at 7:59 p.m.    MC 

 

Complete minutes available at: www.isd2170.k12.mn.us

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SCHOOL BOARD WORK SESSION #4

AUGUST 5, 2019 6:00 p.m. 

District Office

MINUTES

 

Call to Order

The meeting was called to order with Lund, Winkels, Anderson, Freeman, Longbella and Frisk present (comprising a quorum). Also attending:  Supt. Tappe; Business Services, Herdegen and Staples World Managing Editor, Anderson. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.   

Motion by Winkels, seconded by Anderson to adopt the agenda. MC

City of Staples Contracts

Community Center Agreement  

The Board reviewed proposed changes. 

School Resource Officer 

The district may move towards hiring a full time SRO in January 2020. 

Personnel

School District Nurse discussion/ options

School districts with an enrollment over 1,000 are required to have a licensed district nurse. At this time we have not been able to hire a nurse for the upcoming school year, and will need to explore options for coverage.

Communications/ Marketing

Discussion on the need of having a Communications/ Marketing hire.

Other

HVAC Project Update  

The exploratory process has been started by LHB.  The bidding process will begin in January. 

Presentation of 2019-2020 Student Handbook revisions for Board review

(Handbook revisions will be approved at the Aug. 19 meeting) 

Adjournment

Motion by Frisk, seconded by Winkels, to adjourn the meeting at 7:18 p.m. MC

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