Public Notices August 27, 2017 - Roseville Area Review

Public Notices, Foreclosure Notices & Legal Notices published August 27, 2017 in the Roseville - Little Canada Review

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

ASSUMED NAME: Hornell Brewing

Co.

PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS:

221 Little Canada Rd. E., St. Paul

MN 55117

NAMEHOLDERS: Brio Brewing

Company, 221 Little Canada Rd.

E., St. Paul MN 55117; Brio Brewing

Company, 100 33rd Street, Latrobe

PA 15650

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.

Date: 08/14/2017

/s/ Chad Vilinskis

(Roseville Review: Aug. 22, 29,

2017)

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

ASSUMED NAME:

FuriousFunJewelry

PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS:

1913 Carroll Avenue, Apt 1, St. Paul

MN 55104

NAMEHOLDERS: Laura J. Hall,

1913 Carroll Avenue, Apt 1, St. Paul

MN 55104

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.

Date: 08/04/2017

/s/ Laura Hall

(Roseville Review: Aug. 22, 29,

2017)

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PUBLIC NOTICE

RAMSEY-WASHINGTON METRO

WATERSHED DISTRICT

RAMSEY AND WASHINGTON

COUNTIES, MINNESOTA

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that the

Board of Managers of the Ramsey-

Washington Metro Watershed

District will hold a public hearing

at 6:30 o’clock p.m., Wednesday,

September 6, 2017, at the Ramsey-

Washington Metro Watershed

District Office, 2665 Noel Drive, Little

Canada, MN 55117, to consider the

proposed 2018 Fiscal Year General

Fund Budget for the District. A

summary of the proposed general

fund budget includes the following

expenditures:

Administrative Expenses $ 318,500

Salaries/Benefits 1,335,000

Permit Process 75,000

Engineering 823,000

Attorney 40,000

Auditor/Accounting 50,000

Water Quality Monitoring 513,000

Manager Per diems &

Expenses 10,000

Programs and Studies 577,000

Miscellaneous 54,500

TOTAL $3,683,500

Projected carry-over funds from

2017 and other income will reduce

the total proposed levy to $2,635,500.

All interested persons will have an

opportunity to be heard at said time

and place.

Dated: August 15, 2017.

/s/ MARJ EBENSTEINER

Marj Ebensteiner, President

(Roseville Review: Aug. 22, 29,

2017)

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

REGARDING THE RAMSEYWASHINGTON

METRO

WATERSHED DISTRICT

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS

PROGRAM

Notice is hereby given that the

Managers of Ramsey-Washington

Metro Watershed District (“District”)

are proceeding with its Capital

Improvements Program (“CIP”) as

provided by Minn. Stat. §103B.251.

NATURE OF IMPROVEMENT: The

2018 capital improvements are as

follows:

Beltline Repair Debt Service

(1998/2016) 333,813

District Office Building Bond

Payment 194,885

Maplewood Mall SRF Loan Debt

Service 92,272

Targeted Retrofit Projects 800,000

BMP Incentive Fund 800,000

CIP Repair and Maintenance

1,000,000

Wakefield Park/Frost Avenue

Project 1,100,000

Front/Kennard Enhanced Water

Quality BMP 400,000

Markham Pond Dredging and

Aeration 25,000

Willow Pond Project 400,000

Impervious Surface

VolumeReduction Opportunity Fund

1,500,000

District Office Building Solar Energy

Retrofit 150,000

Flood Damage Reduction Fund

2,000,000

AD VALOREM TAXES: The costs

of these improvements will be paid

by grants and ad valorem tax on all

property in the District, as provided

by Minn. Stat. §103B.251. The

proposed budget will be $8,795,970.

Projected interest funds, grants and

carry over funds will reduce the total

proposed levy to $4,285,970.

TIME AND PLACE OF HEARING:

The District will hold a public hearing

on Wednesday, September 6,

2017 at 6:30 p.m. at the Ramsey-

Washington Metro Watershed

District Office, 2665 Noel Drive,

Little Canada, MN 55117 pursuant to

Minn. Stat. §103B.251. Comments

may be submitted in writing prior to

said hearing or made in person at

said hearing.

ALL INTERESTED PARTIES

MAY APPEAR BEFORE THE

MANAGERS AT SAID TIME AND

PLACE AND PRESENT THEIR

COMMENTS, CONCERNS,

AGREEMENTS OR OBJECTIONS,

IF ANY.

Written comments mailed to the

District Office and received prior to

the hearing will be reviewed at the

meeting.

AUTHORITY: The District is acting

pursuant to Minn. Stat. §103B.251.

BY ORDER OF THE BOARD

OF MANAGERS OF THE

RAMSEY-WASHINGTON METRO

WATERSHED DISTRICT.

/s/ MARJ EBENSTEINER

Marj Ebensteiner, President

(Roseville Review: Aug. 22, 29,

2017)

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STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

DISTRICT COURT

PROBATE DIVISION

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Court File No.: 62-PR-17-622

NOTICE OF INFORMAL

PROBATE OF WILL

AND APPOINTMENT

OF PERSONAL

REPRESENTATIVE AND

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Estate of

Frederick W. Smith,

Decedent.

Notice is given that an application

for informal probate of the

Decedent’s Will dated November 21,

2007, (“Will”), has been filed with the

Registrar. The application has been

granted.

Notice is also given that the

Registrar has informally appointed

Deborah Johnson, whose address

is 10971 200th Circle NW, Elk

River, MN, 55330, as personal

representative of the Estate of the

Decedent. Any heir, devisee or

other interested person may be

entitled to appointment as personal

representative or may object to

the appointment of the personal

representative. Unless objections

are filed with the Court (pursuant

to Minn. Stat. 524.3-607) and the

Court otherwise orders, the personal

representative has full power to

administer the Estate including, after

30 days from the date of issuance of

letters, the power to sell, encumber,

lease or distribute real estate.

Any objections to the probate of the

Will or appointment of the Personal

Representative must be filed with

this Court and will be heard by the

Court after the filing of an appropriate

petition and proper notice of hearing.

Notice is also given that (subject to

Minn. Stat. 524.3-801) all creditors

having claims against the Estate

are required to present the claims

to the personal representative or to

the Court Administrator within four

months after the date of this Notice

or the claims will be barred.

Dated: August 11, 2017

Laura J. Stevens

Registrar

Michael F. Upton

Court Administrator

Attorney for Personal

Representative

Mark R. Gaertner

Walsh & Gaertner

24 East Fourth Street

Saint Paul, MN. 55101

Attorney License No.: 228771

Telephone: (651)-379-0977

Fax: (651)-224-2672

Email: mark@walsh-geartner.com

(Roseville Review: Aug. 22, 29,

2017)

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NOTICE OF SALE OF

PERSONAL PROPERTY

TO SATISFY LIEN

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:

That the personal property

described as follows, to-wit:

2016 Chevrolet Impala,

VIN 2G1115S35G9108693

will be sold at public auction by

Ramsey County Sheriff on Sept 26,

2017 at 2 P.M. at Maaco Collision

Center, 3245 Country Drive, Little

Canada, MN 55117 in the County of

Ramsey, State of Minnesota, to pay

and satisfy a lien which is claimed to

be due thereon from Emma Paxon,

7453 Upper 167th Ct. W. Rosemount

MN 55068, as owner thereof to

satisfy storage charges in the sum of

Three Thousand Dollars computed

to the day of said sale, exclusive of

the expenses and advertising of said

sale, together with the necessary

expenses of advertising and

conducting said sale. The grounds of

said lien are as follows:

$3,000,00 storage

Dated: 8-21-17.

Maaco Collision Center

3245 Country Dr.

Little Canada, MN 55117

651-484-8421

(Roseville Review: Aug. 29, Sept. 5,

12, 2017)

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

ASSUMED NAME: Safe-T-Net

PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS:

235 County Road B2 East, Apt 253,

Little Canada MN 55117

NAMEHOLDERS: James Jay

Cowan, 235 County Road B2 East,

Apt 253, Little Canada MN 55117

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.

Date: 08/14/2017

/s/ James Cowan

(Roseville Review: Aug. 29, Sept. 5,

12, 2017)

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

1. List the exact assumed name

under which the business is or will

be conducted: DAVID STEVEN

MORRIS

2. Principal Place of Business: 1420

Centennial Drive, 8D, Roseville MN

55113

3. List the name and complete street

address of all persons conducting

business under the above Assumed

Name: Morris, David-Steven,1420

Centennial Drive, 8D, Roseville MN

55113

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.

Date: 7/24/2017

/s/ Morris, David-Steven

aka David Steven Morris,

Owner and Originator and

Responsible Party

(Roseville Review: Aug. 29, Sept. 5,

2017)

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Arden Hills

CITY OF ARDEN HILLS

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the

ARDEN HILLS CITY COUNCIL

will hold a regular meeting in the

City Council Chambers at City Hall,

1245 West Highway 96, on Monday,

September 11, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. to

consider the following public hearing:

Delinquent Public Utility

Accounts

Assessments are proposed for

public utility charges to those tracts

or parcels where such charges were

delinquent as of August 1, 2017,

and, after due notice to the property

owner, remain unpaid, in accordance

with the provisions of the Municipal

Code and Minnesota Statutes.

These assessments are on file

at City Hall and open to public

inspection. Written or oral objections

will be considered at this meeting,

but the City Council may consider

any objection to the amount of a

proposed individual assessment at

an adjourned meeting upon such

further notice to the affected property

owner as it seems advisable.

BY ORDER OF THE CITY

COUNCIL

William S. Joynes, Sr., City

Administrator

(Bulletin: Aug. 30, 2017)

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

CITY OF ARDEN HILLS

RAMSEY COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that the

City Council of Arden Hills, Ramsey

County, Minnesota, will hold a public

hearing on Monday, September 25,

2017 at 7:00 p.m., in the Council

Chambers of Arden Hills City Hall,

1245 West Highway 96, to consider

making of the following improvements

pursuant to Minnesota State Statutes

Chapter 429.011 to 429.111.

Roadway reconstruction, consisting

of removal of the existing bituminous

pavement, subgrade correction,

addition of concrete curb and gutter,

water main replacement, sanitary

sewer repairs, and new bituminous

pavement along:

Indian Oaks Court between

James Avenue and the cul-de-sac

Indian Oaks Trail between

Hamline Avenue North and the culde-

sac

West Floral Drive between

Hamline Avenue North and the dead

end

James Circle between West Floral

Drive and the cul-de-sac

Gale Circle between West Floral

Drive and the cul-de-sac

Norma Circle between West

Floral Drive and the cul-de-sac

Full depth reclamation with concrete

curb and gutter repairs and storm

sewer improvements along:

Wedgewood Drive between Old

S.T.H. 10 and the cul-de-sac

Brueberry Lane between Old

S.T.H. 10 and Parkshore Drive

Parkshore Drive between Old

S.T.H. 10 and the cul-de-sac

The estimated cost of said

improvements is $3,301,193 which

is proposed to be assessed against

the benefited properties. The area

proposed to be assessed for all

or part of said cost is the property

abutting those portions of the streets

described above, all within the

City of Arden Hills, Minnesota. A

reasonable estimate of the impact of

the assessment will be available at

the public hearing.

All persons desiring to provide

written or oral input with reference to

the improvement may appear and be

heard by the City Council at the time

and place stated above.

William Joynes

City Administrator

(Bulletin: Aug. 30, Sept. 13, 2017)

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New Brighton

SUMMARY PUBLICATION

Ordinance 853:

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING

CHAPTER 32 OF THE NEW

BRIGHTON CITY CODE

CONCERNING PUBLIC

RIGHT-OF-WAY AND SMALL

WIRELESS FACILITIES

“The City Council of the City

of New Brighton adopted

Ordinance 853 on August 22,

2017 amending Chapter 32 of

the City Code concerning public

right-of-way and small wireless

facilities. The regulations in

this ordinance exist to provide

guidance for implementation

of small wireless facilities

within the public right-of-way.

The ordinance also enacts

other regulations concerning

compliance with other laws,

prohibited work, interference

with right-of-way and trenchless

excavation. Lastly, additional

procedural requirements are

enacted for denial or revocation

of permits. The full ordinance is

available for review at New Brighton

City Hall, 803 Old Highway 8 NW,

New Brighton, Minnesota, 55112

during regular office hours or by

contacting City Clerk Terri Marohn at

terri.marohn@newbrightonmn.gov or

651-638-2045.”

(Bulletin: Aug. 30, 2017)

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Roseville

PUBLIC NOTICE

The Roseville City Council is

seeking applicants for a vacancy

on the Human Rights, Inclusion

and Engagement Commission

for a term that runs through

3/31/2019. Deadline to apply is

9/13. Applications available www.

cityofroseville.com/commapp or call

651-792-7001.

By Patrick Trudgeon City Manager

(Roseville Review: Aug. 22, 29,

2017)

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF

DISSOLUTION

MICHIGAN GREEN CARBON,

INC., A MINNESOTA

CORPORATION

Please take notice that Michigan

Green Carbon, Inc., a Minnesota

corporation with a registered office

of 2345 Rice Street, Suite 230,

Roseville, MN 55113, is in the

process of dissolving.

Notice of intent to dissolve was

filed with the Minnesota Secretary of

State on July 26, 2017.

Claims against the corporation must

be presented to the corporation on

or before November 20, 2017 to the

following address:

Michigan Green Carbon, Inc.

c/o Nina Solberg

Lapp, Libra, Thomson, Stoebner &

Pusch, Chtd.

120 S 6th Street, Suite 2500

Minneapolis, MN 55402

(Roseville Review: Aug. 22, 29, Sept.

5, 12, 2017)

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CITY OF ROSEVILLE

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that bids

will be received at the office of the

City Engineer, City of Roseville,

2660 Civic Center Drive, Roseville,

Minnesota until:

11:00 a.m.,

Friday, September 8, 2017

At which time the bids will be

opened for the sale of a 1997 Ford

F800 Stepp-4-120-0J Asphalt Patch

truck. The asphalt patch truck

may be viewed Monday through

Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., by

contacting Steve Zweber, Streets

Superintendent, at 651-792-7052 or

Ken Hopkins, Shop Foreman, at 651-

792-7062.

The minimum bid for this machine is

$5,000.00.

Patrick Trudgeon, City Manager

City of Roseville, Minnesota

(Roseville Review: Aug. 29, 2017)

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St. Anthony

NOTICE OF A PUBLIC

HEARING

Notice is hereby given that on

September 12, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at

City Hall, 3301 Silver Lake Road the

Saint Anthony Village City Council

will hold a public hearing regarding

the 2018 Operations Budget and

Preliminary Levy Certification.

Oral testimony will be accepted on

the above subject at this meeting.

Written comments may be taken

at the St. Anthony Village City Hall,

3301 Silver Lake Road, St. Anthony

Village, Minnesota 55418 until the

date of the hearing. If you have

any questions, please contact the

Finance Director at 612-782-3316.

Shelly Rueckert

Finance Director

(Bulletin: Aug. 30, 2017)

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Shoreview

STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

CITY OF SHOREVIEW

ORDINANCE NO. 948

AN ORDINANCE TO

CHANGING THE STREET

NAME OF COUNTY ROAD E,

WEST OF RICE STREET AND

EAST OF RUSTIC PLACE

THE SHOREVIEW CITY COUNCIL

ORDAINS:

Section 1. The street, “County Road

E West” east to Rustic Place and

west of Rice Street be renamed to

“Grass Lake Place”

Adoption Date. August 21, 2017

Effective Date. This ordinance shall

become effective the day following

its publication in the City’s official

newspaper.

Publication Date. Published on the

30th of August 2017.

Sandra C. Martin, Mayor

(Bulletin: Aug. 30, 2017)

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August 21, 2017 City Council

Meeting

Text Underlined is proposed for

Addition

Text Stricken is proposed for

Deletion

ORDINANCE NO. 956

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND

CHAPTER 200 AND 400,

INCLUDING EXHIBIT BOF

THE MUNICIPAL CODE

PERTAINING TO SMALL CELL

WIRELESS FACILITIES.

The Shoreview City Council ordains

that Municipal Code is amended as

follows. The amendment addresses

the placement of small cell wireless

facilities in local rights-of-way.

Section 207.040 Towers and

Antennas

(B) Commercial Antennas and

Towers.

(3) Wireless Telecommunication

Facility Standards (WTFs).

(a) Siting. New WTFs shall only

be located on parcels that fall within

the Telecommunications Overlay

District. WTFs are not permitted in

public rights-of-way.

Section 405 – RIGHT OF WAY

MANAGEMENT

405.020 Definitions

Camouflaged. Using shape, color,

and texture to cause an object to

appear to become part of something

else. Camouflage does not mean

invisible but rather appearing as part

of the landscape or another structure.

Includes wireless telecommunication

facilities disguised to appear as

another structure such flag pole, light

pole, sign, tree, or utility pole.

Collocation is the sharing of

a structures by wireless service

providers and other right-of-way

users on a single support structure

or otherwise sharing a common

location.

Concealed. Fully hidden

from view. Refers to a wireless

telecommunication facility that is not

evident and is hidden or integrated

into a structure such as a pole,

building, wall, or roof.

Distributed Antenna System

(DAS) is a network of spatially or

geographically separated antenna

nodes that are connected to a

common source through a transport

or communication medium in order

to provide wireless communication

service in a specific locality or

building. A DAS can be deployed

indoors (iDAS) to provide network

or cellular connectivity throughout a

building or outdoors (oDAS) in areas

where regular wireless coverage

does not reach.

DAS Hub Ancillary equipment

usually contained in a shelter or

other enclosure which does not

have any wireless transmission or

receive equipment contained therein

but is utilized in the deployment and

operation of wireless DAS receive/

transmit infrastructure that is located

elsewhere.

Equipment Enclosure. A

structure, shelter, cabinet, box,

or vault designed for and used to

house and protect the electronic

equipment necessary and/or

desirable for processing wireless

telecommunication signals and

data, including any provisions for

mechanical cooling equipment,

air conditions, ventilation, and/or

auxiliary electric generators.

Height, Pole. The distance

measured to the highest point of

the antenna or tower from the mean

ground level measured at the base

of a free-standing facility or the

projected base as determined by

extending the antenna or tower base

down vertically to the ground. For

building mounted antennas, height

is measured to the highest point of

the equipment enclosure from the

top of the cornice of a flat roof, from

the top line of a mansard roof, from

a point on the roof directly above the

highest wall of a shed roof, from the

uppermost point on a round or other

arch-type roof, or from the highest

gable on a pitched or hip roof

Inventory of Small Cell/DAS Sites

refers to an accurate and current

inventory of all Small Cell/DAS Sites

approved by Permittee pursuant to

a Lease Agreement, including sites

that become inactive for any reason.

Maintenance means to repair

unscheduled and scheduled

deficiencies in telecommunications

equipment or performing routine

actions which keep the equipment in

working order (known as scheduled

maintenance) or prevent trouble from

arising (preventive maintenance).

Micro wireless facility is a small

cell wireless facility.

Public Utility Structure is a

structure which is owned by a

governmental agency or utility

company and which may be/can be

used to support illumination devices

or lines and other equipment carrying

electricity or communications.

Radio Propagation Study. The

propagation of radio waves is

described through the modeling of

the different physical mechanisms

(free-space attenuation, atmospheric

attenuation, vegetation and

hydrometer attenuation, attenuation

by diffraction, building penetration

loss, etc). This modeling is

necessary for the conception of

telecommunications systems and,

once they have been designed,

for their actual field deployment.

Propagation models are

implemented in engineering tools for

the prediction different parameters

useful for the field deployment

of systems, for the study of the

radio coverage (selection of the

emission sites, frequency allocation,

powers evaluation, antenna gains,

polarization) and for the definition of

the interferences occurring between

distant transmitters.

Small wireless facility. A wireless

facility that meets both of the

following qualifications:

(A) each antenna is located inside

an enclosure of no more than six

cubic feet in volume or, in the case

of an antenna that has exposed

elements, the antenna and all its

exposed elements could fit within an

enclosure of no more than six cubic

feet; and

(B) all other wireless equipment

associated with the small

wireless facility, excluding electric

meters, concealment elements,

telecommunications demarcation

boxes, battery backup power

systems, grounding equipment,

power transfer switches, cutoff

switches, cable, conduit, vertical

cable runs for the connection of

power and other services, and any

equipment concealed from public

view within or behind an existing

structure or concealment, is in

aggregate no more than 28 cubic

feet in volume; or

(C)_ A micro wireless facility.

Small Cell Site is defined as a lowpower

radio access facility, together

with associated antennas, mounting

and mechanical equipment, which

provides and extends wireless

communications systems’ service

coverage and increases network

capacity.

Traffic Light/Traffic Signal

System are electrically operated

colored signaling devices positioned

at road intersections, pedestrian

crossings, and other locations to

control conflicting flows of traffic.

Transmission Media is all of

the Permittee’s radios, antennas,

transmitters, wires, fiber optic cables,

and other wireless transmission

devices that are part of the Small

Cell/DAS Equipment.

Upgrade or Capital

Improvement is the construction,

installation, or assembly of new

telecommunications equipment

or the alteration, expansion, or

extension of an existing equipment to

accommodate a change of function

or unmet programmatic needs, or to

incorporate new technology.

Utilities. Underground or overhead

gas, electrical, steam or water

transmission or distribution systems;

collection, communication (excluding

wireless telecommunication

facilities), supply or disposal systems,

including poles, wires, mains, drains,

sewers, pipes, conduits, cables, fire

alarm boxes, traffic signals, hydrants

or other similar equipment and

accessories in conjunction therewith;

but not including buildings.

Utility Pole is a structure that is: (1)

owned or operated by: (a) a public

utility; (b) a communications service

provider; (c) a municipality; (d) an

electric membership corporation; or

(e) a rural electric cooperative; and

(2) designed and used to: (a) carry

lines, cables, or wires for telephone,

cable television, telecommunications

or electricity; or (b) provide lighting.

405.080 Right-of-Way Permit

Requirement.

(A) Right-of-Way Permit Required.

Except as otherwise provided in the

City’s regulations, no person may

obstruct or excavate any right-of-way

or utilize land area or infrastructure

without first having obtained the

appropriate Right-of-Way Permit

from the City Manager and posting of

the appropriate performance security

with the City Manager.

(3) Small Cell Wireless Facilities/

DAS Hub Permit. A Small Cell

Wireless Facility/DAS Hub Permit is

required by the registrant to install

facilities and equipment over a

specified portion of the right-of-way

by placing or utilizing infrastructure

therein located.

(a) An applicant may file a

consolidated permit application to

collocate up to 15 small wireless

facilities, or a greater number if

agreed to by the City, provided that

all the small wireless facilities in the

application:

(i) are located within a two-mile

radius;

(ii) consist of substantially similar

equipment; and

(iii) are to be placed on similar types

of wireless support structures.

(b) In rendering a decision on a

consolidated permit application, the

City may approve a permit for some

small wireless facilities and deny a

permit for others, but may not use

denial of one or more permits as a

basis to deny all the small wireless

facilities in the application.

(c) The City shall have 90

days after the date a Small Cell

Wireless Facilities/DAS Hub

Permit application is filed to issue

or deny the permit, or the permit is

automatically issued. To toll the 90-

day clock, the City must provide a

written notice of incompleteness to

the applicant within 30 days of

receipt of the application, clearly

and specifically delineating all

missing documents or information.

Information delineated in the notice

is limited to documents or information

publicly required as of the date of

application and reasonably related

to the City’s determination whether

the proposed equipment falls within

the definition of a Small Cell Wireless

Facility/DAS Hub and whether the

proposed deployment satisfies

all health, safety, and welfare

regulations applicable to the small

wireless facility permit request.

Upon an applicant’s submittal

of additional documents or

information in response to a notice

of incompleteness, the City has ten

days to notify the applicant in writing

of any information requested in the

initial notice of incompleteness that is

still missing. Second or subsequent

notices of incompleteness may not

specify documents or information

that were not delineated in the

original notice of incompleteness.

(d) If the City receives applications

within a single seven-day period

from one or more applicants seeking

approval of permits for more than 30

small wireless facilities, the City may

extend the 90-day deadline imposed

in 405.080(A)(3)(c) by an additional

30 days. If a City elects to invoke this

extension, it must inform in writing

any applicant to whom the extension

will be applied.

(e) A wireless service provider may

collocate small wireless facilities

on wireless support structures

owned or controlled by the City and

located within the public roads or

rights-of-way provided a standard

small wireless facility collocation

agreement is executed.

(i) Any initial engineering survey

and preparatory construction work

associated with collocation must be

paid by the applicant.

(f) A permit may be issued upon

satisfaction of the following

criteria:

(i) Compliance with applicable

and reasonable health, safety,

and welfare regulations consistent

with the City’s public right-of-way

management;

(ii) Compliance with the standards

set forth in Section 405.

(iii) All facilities shall make

reasonable accommodations

for decorative wireless support

structures or signs; and

(iv) Submittal shall address

the restocking, replacement, or

relocation requirements when a new

wireless support structure is placed

in a public right-of-way.

(g) A Permit may be denied upon

the following findings:

(i) Denial is necessary to protect the

health, safety, and welfare or when

necessary to protect the public rightof-

way and its current use.

(ii) The facility does not comply with

the standards set forth in Section

405.

(iii) Any denial of a right-of-way

permit for a small wireless facility

permit must be made in writing

and must document the basis for

the denial. The City must notify the

telecommunications right-of-way

user in writing within three business

days of the decision to deny the

permit. If a permit application is

denied, the telecommunications

right-of-way user may cure the

deficiencies identified by the City

and resubmit its application. If the

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telecommunications right-of-way

user resubmits the application within

30 days of receiving written notice

of the denial, it may not be charged

an additional filing or processing

fee. The City must approve or deny

the revised application within 30

days after the revised application is

submitted.

405.95 Small Cell Wireless

Facility/DAS Hubs

(A) Small Cell Wireless Facilities

and DAS hubs may be placed in the

public right-of-way provided a Rightof-

Way Permit is issued. The City

shall consider the following when

reviewing a permit application:

(1) Demonstrated need for the

Small Cell Wireless Facility/DAS

Technologies within the geographic

area as identified by a radio

propagation study in order to deliver

adequate service;

(2) Proof that all co-location sites in

the area of need are/were pursued

and have been denied; or that

there does not exist the ability to

co-locate using existing structures.

The Applicant must demonstrate all

actions taken to achieve collocation.

(3) The character of the area

in which the Small Cell Wireless

Facility/DAS hub is requested,

including evidence of surrounding

properties and uses;

(B) Small Cell Wireless Facilities

and DAS Hubs located in the public

right-of-way shall comply with the

following standards:

(1) Color and Camouflage.

All facilities and hubs shall be

camouflaged and use design,

materials, colors, textures,

screening, and landscaping to blend

in with the surrounding natural

setting and built environment.

All facilities and hubs shall be

designed to minimize the visual

impact and, in the sole discretion of

the City, so appear compatible with

the surroundings:

(a) Color. The facilities and hubs

shall use colors to minimize the

visual impact when viewed from

the public right-of-way and nearby

property, except in instances where

the color is dictated by federal

or state authorities such as the

Federal Aviation Administration.

(b) Camouflage or Concealed.

Small cell wireless facilities must be

integrated into a pole structure that

is also utilized for athletic field or

parking lot lighting or a utility power

lines. street lighting, traffic signal

systems, parking lot lighting and

utility power lines.

(c) Scale. Small cell wireless

facilities that are integrated into a

pole structure shall be in scale or

proportionate to the pole structure.

(d) Equipment Enclosures shall

be placed in underground vaults,

unless the City determines

an above-grade installation is

appropriate for the site. These

cabinets shall be heavily screened

from view with landscape materials.

(2) Safety and Environmental

Standards.

(a) Unauthorized Climbing. All

facilities and hubs shall be designed

to prevent unauthorized climbing or

entry.

(b) Noise. If the proposed facility

includes a back-up generator or

otherwise results in significant

increased sound levels, sound

buffers may be required including,

but not limited to, baffling,

barriers, enclosures, walls, and

plantings, so that the wireless

telecommunications facility is

operated in compliance with the

requirements specified in Section

209.020, Noise.

(c) Radio Frequency (RF)

Emissions and Interference. Small

cell wireless facilities and DAS

hubs shall comply with Federal

Communication Commission

standards for RF emissions

and interference. Wireless

telecommunication facilities shall

be tested for compliance with

FCC RF emissions standards after

installation.

(d) Maintenance. All small cell

wireless facilities and DAS hubs

times be kept and maintained in

good condition, appearance, order,

and repair so that the same shall

not menace or endanger the life or

property of any person.

(e) Occupational Safety. sSmall

cell wireless facilities and DAS hubs

shall comply with applicable State of

Minnesota and Federal regulations

for occupational exposure to nonionizing

radiation

(1) Signs. The use of any portion

of Small Cell Wireless Facility/DAS

Hub for signs or advertising other

than warning or small equipment

and emergency contact information

signs is prohibited.

(2) Lighting. Small cell facilities

shall not be illuminated by artificial

means and shall not display

lights unless such facilities are

incorporated into the approved

design of a support pole, fixtures

used to illuminate sport fields,

parking lots or similar areas streets

may be attached to the pole.

(3) Equipment Enclosures and

Underground Vaults. All equipment

enclosures and underground vaults

shall comply with the following

standards:

(a) Underground vaults and

equipment enclosures shall be of

the smallest size necessary.

(b) Equipment enclosures shall

be located in underground vaults,

unless the City determines

an above-grade installation is

appropriate for the site.

(c) All above ground equipment

enclosures shall be screened from

view by suitable vegetation, except

where non-vegetative screening

(e.g., a decorative wall) better

reflects and complements the

character of the neighborhood.

(4) Pole-mounted: Small Cell

Wireless Facilities may be

freestanding or integrated into

freestanding poles provided the

following standards are met:

(a) Small Cell Wireless Facilities

are prohibited on existing poles that

have been designed exclusively for

use as street lighting, traffic signal

systems, parking lot lighting and

utility lines.

(b) Small Cell Wireless Facilities

shall only be permitted on poles

that are designed to integrate the

Facility into the pole structure. Said

pole structure may be free-standing

or also utilized for street lighting,

traffic signal systems, parking lot

lighting and utility power lines.

(c) Design. The design of the

pole shall be similar in appearance

to other poles located in the rightof-

way that are not being used for

Small Cell Wireless Facility.

(d) Maximum Height. The

maximum pole height permitted

is 50-feet as measured from the

ground grade to the highest point

of the pole structure, including the

small cell faciltyfacility.

(e) Concealment. Small Cell

Wireless Facilities located on poles

shall be concealed, placed inside

the pole structure and have no

exposed hardware or equipment.

(f) Maximum number permitted per

pole: There shall be no more than

one (1) small cell facility per pole

unless said pole is approved for

collocation of more than one small

cell facility.

(g) Structural Capacity. The pole

must have the structural capacity

to carry the loading Small Cell

Wireless Facility.

(5) Maintenance and Modifications

of Small Cells/DAS.

(a) Coordination of Maintenance

and Equipment Upgrade Activities

- Prior to Permittee engaging in

planned or routine maintenance

activities, or equipment upgrades

concerning Small Cell/DAS

Equipment attached to a City,

County, or Utility owned pole,

Permittee shall provide twenty (20)

days advance notice to the City of

Shoreview in order to coordinate

such maintenance activities or other

public safety functions. Permittee

shall obtain a ROW Permit prior

to engaging in any maintenance

or equipment upgrade activities in

the Right-of-Way regardless of pole

ownership. Such twenty (20) day

advance notice shall not be required

in the case of an emergency.

(b) Prior to making any future

modifications to the Small Cell/

DAS Site described in Section

405.95B (6)(a) above, other than

maintenance and repair of site

specific Small Cell/DAS Equipment

as provided in the Lease Agreement,

Permittee shall file a Small Cell/

DAS Site Application with the City of

Shoreview describing the proposed

modifications. The City shall review

the Small Cell/DAS Site Application

pursuant to the terms and conditions

in the Lease Agreement, and if

approved such Small Cell/DAS Site

Application shall be attached as an

Exhibit and made a part hereto. Any

additional site modifications shall

be incorporated hereto in the same

manner.

(6) Removal of Non-Compliant

Installations. The City shall have

the authority at any time to order

and require Permittee to remove

and abate any Small Cell/DAS

Equipment or other structure that

is in violation of the City Municipal

Code. In case Permittee, after

receipt of written notice and thirty

(30) days opportunity to cure,

fails or refuses to comply, the City

shall have the authority to remove

the same at the expense of the

Permittee, all without compensation

or liability for damages to the

Permittee.

Exhibit B, Administrative Fee

Schedule

RIGHT-OF-WAY PERMIT –

SMALL CELL WIRELESS

For each Small Cell Wireless

Facility:

(1) $150 per year for rent to occupy

space within the right-of-way;

(2) $25 per year for maintenance

associated with the space

(3) $73 per radio node less than or

equal to 100 max watts;

(4) $182 per radio node over 100

max watts; or

(5) Escrow Deposit: The amount

of the escrow will be determined

based on the scope of the project.

A minimum escrow amount of

$500.00 will be required for all

projects.

Adoption Date. August 21, 2017

Effective Date. This ordinance

shall become effective the day

following its publication in the City’s

official newspaper.

Publication Date. Published on or

after August 30, 2017

Sandra C Martin, Mayor

(Bulletin: Aug. 30, 2017)

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CITY OF SHOREVIEW

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING ON

ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR

VIRGINIA/DENNISON/

LILAC NEIGHBORHOOD

RECONSTRUCTION

PROJECT NO. 16-01

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

that the City Council of the City

of Shoreview, Minnesota, will

meet at the Shoreview City Hall

Council Chambers, 4600 Victoria

Street North, Shoreview, Ramsey

County, Minnesota, at 7:00 p.m.,

on Monday, September 18,

2017, to hear, consider and pass

upon any and all written or oral

objections which may be offered

with respect to the assessment roll

for the above improvement. The

proposed assessment roll is now

on file and open to public inspection

by all persons interested at the

Office of the City Engineer, 4600

Victoria Street North, Shoreview,

Minnesota.

The general nature of the above

improvement is reconstructing

streets including new asphalt

pavement, concrete curb and

gutter, constructing water main,

constructing storm sewer, City utility

improvements and adding new LED

street lights. The area proposed

to be assessed in respect to said

improvements which includes

certain lots and tracts of land in

the City of Shoreview described

as adjacent to, abutting or have

primary access from the following

streets:

Virginia Avenue – Snail Lake

Road to Colleen Avenue

Virginia Avenue – From 133 ft

South of Dawn Ave to Dennison

Avenue

Colleen Avenue – Virginia

Avenue to Hodgson Road

Dennison Avenue – Virginia

Avenue to Hodgson Road

Lilac Lane – Dennison Avenue

to Hodgson Road

This notice is given pursuant to

Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 429,

as amended. The area proposed to

be assessed for such improvement

is the area described above. The

City of Shoreview’s total cost of

such improvement is One Million

Two Hundred Fifty Eight Thousand

Forty Nine & 18/100 Dollars

($1,258,049.18). The proposed

amount to be assessed is One

Hundred Twenty One Thousand

Nine Hundred Seventy Eight &

65/100 Dollars ($121,978.65).

Such persons as desire to

be heard with reference to the

proposed assessment will be heard

at this meeting.

An owner may appeal an

assessment to District Court

pursuant to Minnesota Statute

429.081 by serving notice of appeal

upon the Mayor or City Manager

of the City within 30 days after the

adoption of the assessment and

filing such notice with the District

Court within ten (10) days after

service upon the Mayor or City

Manager; however, no appeal may

be taken as to the amount of any

individual assessment unless a

written objection signed by the

affected property owner is filed

with the City Manager prior to the

assessment hearing or presented to

the presiding officer at the hearing.

Persons who are 65 years of age or

older or are permanently and totally

disabled may make application for

a deferral of assessments to be

levied against homestead property

if a hardship can be established

pursuant to MSA 435.193 through

435.195 and the provisions and

guidelines of the City of Shoreview

Resolution No. 75-120.

Assessment deferral forms are

available at the Shoreview City Hall.

BY ORDER OF THE CITY

COUNCIL

/s/ Terry C. Schwerm

City Manager

(Bulletin: Aug. 30, Sept. 6, 2017)

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CITY OF SHOREVIEW

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING ON

ASSESSMENT ROLL

FOR GRAND AVENUE

RECONSTRUCTION

PROJECT NO. 16-02

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

that the City Council of the City

of Shoreview, Minnesota, will

meet at the Shoreview City Hall

Council Chambers, 4600 Victoria

Street North, Shoreview, Ramsey

County, Minnesota, at 7:00 p.m.,

on Monday, September 18,

2017, to hear, consider and pass

upon any and all written or oral

objections which may be offered

with respect to the assessment roll

for the above improvement. The

proposed assessment roll is now

on file and open to public inspection

by all persons interested at the

Office of the City Engineer, 4600

Victoria Street North, Shoreview,

Minnesota.

The general nature of the above

improvement is reconstructing

streets including new asphalt

pavement, concrete curb and gutter,

constructing storm sewer, City utility

improvements and adding new LED

street lights. The area proposed

to be assessed in respect to said

improvements which includes

certain lots and tracts of land in

the City of Shoreview described

as adjacent to, abutting or have

primary access from the following

streets:

Grand Avenue – Soo Street to

Janice Street

This notice is given pursuant to

Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 429,

as amended. The area proposed to

be assessed for such improvement

is the area described above. The

City of Shoreview’s total cost of such

improvement is Seven Hundred Six

Thousand Eight Hundred Ninety &

61/100 Dollars ($706,890.61). The

proposed amount to be assessed

is Twenty Three Thousand Seven

Hundred Eighty Seven & 21/100

Dollars ($23,787.21).

Such persons as desire to

be heard with reference to the

proposed assessment will be heard

at this meeting.

An owner may appeal an

assessment to District Court

pursuant to Minnesota Statute

429.081 by serving notice of appeal

upon the Mayor or City Manager

of the City within 30 days after the

adoption of the assessment and

filing such notice with the District

Court within ten (10) days after

service upon the Mayor or City

Manager; however, no appeal may

be taken as to the amount of any

individual assessment unless a

written objection signed by the

affected property owner is filed

with the City Manager prior to the

assessment hearing or presented to

the presiding officer at the hearing.

Persons who are 65 years of age or

older or are permanently and totally

disabled may make application for

a deferral of assessments to be

levied against homestead property

if a hardship can be established

pursuant to MSA 435.193 through

435.195 and the provisions and

guidelines of the City of Shoreview

Resolution No. 75-120.

Assessment deferral forms are

available at the Shoreview City Hall.

BY ORDER OF THE CITY

COUNCIL

/s/ Terry C. Schwerm

City Manager

(Bulletin: Aug. 30, Sept. 6, 2017)

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District 623

Minutes

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION

MINUTES OF THE MEETING

SCHOOL BOARD

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 623

ROSEVILLE AREA

SCHOOLS

JUNE 13, 2017

These are the abridged minutes

from the School Board meeting

held on June 13, 2017, which

were approved at the June 27,

2017, School Board meeting.

The Regular meeting was called to

order at 6:32 p.m.

Board Members present:

Anderson, Boguszewski, Gogins,

Shaw, Traynor

Board Members absent: Azer

Administrative staff present:

Filla, Olson-Skog, Schaub, Sicoli,

Thompson

Reports and Non-Action Items:

1. Business Manager Shari

Thompson provided an update

on the facilities planning process

currently underway.

2. Maureen Foreman, ATPPS

coordinator, and Jake Von De Linde,

assistant director of teaching and

learning, provided an update on the

Alternative Teacher Professional

Pay System and a summary of the

Quality Compensation (Q Comp)

annual report.

3. Assistant Superintendent Peter

Olson-Skog and Director of Student

Services Karen Filla presented

proposed revisions to Policy 520:

Student Discipline as a first reading.

Action Items:

1. The Consent Agenda

including the Minutes of the

Regular School Board meeting

on May 23, 2017; payment of

bills; resignations, appointments,

reductions, adjustments; gifts;

police liaison officer agreement

with the City of Roseville; police

liaison officer agreement with

Ramsey County; General Security

Services Corporation service

agreement; Nutrition Services

agreements; Nutrition Services

management agreement with

the St. Anthony-New Brighton

School District; Integrated English

Literacy and Civics Education

grant application; Suburban

Ramsey Family Collaborative fiscal

services agreement; Suburban

Ramsey Family Collaborative

support services agreement; Apple

Corporation equipment lease;

Ramsey County transportation

services agreement; and the 21st

Century Community Learning

Centers grant was approved.

2. Policy 540: Fundraising by

Students was approved as a

second reading.

3. Policy 624: Student Progress

Reporting was approved as a

second reading.

4. The resolution approving the

2017 Northeast Metro Intermediate

District 916 levy for health and

safety projects under the long term

facility maintenance budget was

approved.

The meeting was adjourned at

8:01 p.m.

Kitty Gogins, Clerk

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OFFICIAL PUBLICATION

MINUTES OF THE MEETING

SCHOOL BOARD

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 623

ROSEVILLE AREA

SCHOOLS

JUNE 27, 2017

These are the abridged minutes

from the School Board meeting

held on June 27, 2017, which

were approved at the August 15,

2017, School Board meeting.

The Regular meeting was called to

order at 6:34 p.m.

Board Members present:

Anderson, Azer, Boguszewski,

Gogins, Shaw, Traynor

Board Members absent: none

Administrative staff present: Filla,

Schaub, Sicoli, Thompson

Reports and Non-Action Items:

1. Director of Community Education

Karen Schaub, Youth Enrichment

Manager Stacey Dahlstrom, Youth

Leadership Specialist Jamey

Johnson, and parents of students

in the Unity Center’s Leaders

in Training program provided

information about the 21st Century

Community Learning Centers grant.

2. Director of Community

Education Karen Schaub presented

information about the district’s

summer programming.

Action Items:

1. The Consent Agenda including

the Minutes of the Regular School

Board meeting on June 13, 2017;

payment of bills; resignations,

appointments, reductions,

adjustments; gifts; K-6 and 7-12

science plan and purchase;

annual insurance renewals;

appointment of financial institutions

and depositories; dues and fees

for organizational memberships

and affiliations for 2017-2018;

appointment of Superintendent

Sicoli as the Minnesota Department

of Education identified official

with authority; appointment of

the local education authority and

homeless liaison; and appointment

of the responsible authority was

approved.

2. Policy 520: Student Discipline

was approved as a second reading.

3. The preliminary 2017-2018

budget was approved.

4. The long term facilities

maintenance capital expenditure

plan for fiscal years 2018-2027 was

approved.

5. The resolution relating to

authorizing the issuance of school

building bonds and calling a special

election thereon was approved.

6. The resolution establishing

dates for filing affidavits of

candidacy for the school board

election in November 2017 was

approved.

7. A closed session was scheduled

to immediately follow the regular

school board meeting on Tuesday,

August 15, 2017, for the purpose

of discussing the evaluation of the

superintendent.

The meeting was adjourned at

9:10 p.m.

Kitty Gogins, Clerk

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