Public Notices January 22, 2019 Bulletin Area

Public Notices, Foreclosure Notices & Legal Notices published January 22, 2019 in the New Brighton - Mounds View, Shoreview - Arden Hills and St. Anthony Bulletin Area newspapers

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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: Vivify Beverages 

2. Principal Place of Business: 219 Little Canada Road E, Saint Paul, MN 55117, USA 

3. List the name and complete street address of all persons conducting business under the above Assumed 

Name: Associated Brewing Company 

Address: 219 Little Canada Road E, Saint Paul, MN 55117, USA 

Name: Associated Brewing Company 

Address: 1106 South 3rd Street, La Crosse, WI 54601, USA 

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: 12/05/2018

/s/ Raymond Kappers

(Roseville Review: Jan 22, 29, 2019)

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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: Boe Credit Consulting 

2. Principal Place of Business: 931 6th St SW, New Brighton Minnesota 55112, USA 

3. List the name and complete street address of all persons conducting business under the above Assumed 

Name: Boe Holdings LLC 

Address: 931 6th St SW, New Brighton Minnesota, 55112, USA 

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: 01/06/2019

/s/ Jeff Galinski

(Bulletin: Jan 16, 23, 2019)

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RICE CREEK 

WATERSHED DISTRICT

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING on

Urban Stormwater Remediation Cost-Share Requests fromthe Cities of Circle Pines, Fridley, Hugo, Lino Lakes, Saint Anthony, Spring Lake Park, and Willernie, and Forest Lake Area Schools 

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that at its regular board meeting on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. in the Shoreview City Council Chambers, 4600 North Victoria Street, Shoreview, Minnesota, the Rice Creek Watershed District (RCWD) Board of Managers will receive public comment under Minnesota Statutes 103B.251 on the ordering of one or more of the following projects: City of Circle Pines–Alum Treatment Study for Golden Lake ($21,600), Forest Lake Area Schools–Greenhouse Reuse Cistern ($10,000), City of Fridley–Norton Creek Watershed Study ($50,000), City of Hugo–Water’s Edge Stormwater Reuse Phase II ($189,380), City of Lino Lakes–Century Farm North 4th Addition Stormwater Reuse Feasibility Study ($14,040), City of Lino Lakes–City of Lino Lakes Irrigation Control Replacement ($78,800), City of Lino Lakes–Northeast Lino Lakes Drainage Improvement Project ($250,000), City of Saint Anthony–Silver Lake Road Flood Improvements Project ($125,000), City of Spring Lake Park–Garfield Street Pond Improvements ($318,522), and City of Willernie–Stillwater Road (CSAH 12) Drainage Improvements ($12,792). The RCWD may select all, some, or none of the applications for full or partial funding. The RCWD’s total share of cost for selected projects may be approximately $300,000 and would be funded by general tax levy on real property within the watershed. Up to $413,336 in additional funding may also be allocated from the Board of Water and Soil Resources’ Watershed-Based Funding Pilot Program. The cost-share requests can be reviewed at www.ricecreek.org or at the District office, 4325 Pheasant Ridge Dr., #611, Blaine, MN 55449-4539. 763-398-3070

(Bulletin: Jan 23, 2019)

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SECTION 00 1110

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 

1.01 INTRODUCTORY

INFORMATION 

A. From: Kraus-Anderson Construction Company acting on behalf of Roseville Area Schools (Owner). 

B. Project: Roseville Area High School – Addition & Remodel BP #3-A 

C. Key Dates: 

1. Pre Bid Date: February 5th 2019 @ 11:00 AM, at Roseville Area High School – 1240 County Road B2 W, Roseville, MN 55113. Meeting will be held at Construction Trailers. 

2. Cut off Date for Questions: Monday, February 11th @ 3:00 PM. 

3. Bid Due Date: Thursday, February 21st @ 2:00 PM, at DC Board Room – 1251 County Road B2 W, Roseville, MN 55113. 

D. Method of Delivery: Kraus-Anderson Construction Company has been selected as an Agency Construction Manager by Roseville Area Schools to administer the construction of Roseville Area High School – Addition & Remodel BP #3-A. 

1. The overall project consists of new athletic turf fields, tennis courts, track and field activities, access roads, parking lot along with site utilities and excavation, new building additions & multiple areas of existing remodel. This package includes pre-cast wall panels for the Auto-Shop Addition. 

2. The work will be constructed in accordance with the Project Schedule. 

E. Work Included in this Offering: We are presently soliciting competitive “Prime Contract Bids” for the following portions of work as defined herein. 

1. All portions of the Work as defined in Section 01 12 10. 

a. Work Scope 3-B 

F. Bid Date and Location: Sealed bids will be received at DC Board Room, 1251 County Road B2 W, Roseville, MN 55113, then publicly opened and read aloud. Bids will be received until 2:00 PM, on February 21st. 

G. Bid Security: Each bid shall be accompanied by Bid Security in form of certified check, cashier’s check or bid bond in amount of five (5) percent of Base Bid submitted, made payable to Owner, as guarantee that Bidder will, if awarded, enter into Contract in accordance with Contract Documents and submitted Bid. 

1.02 QUESTIONS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO 

A. Questions shall be submitted to Kraus-Anderson Construction Company at the address below on or before the Date indicated above. 

AJ Lillesve 

Kraus-Anderson Construction Company 

501 South Eighth Street 

Minneapolis, MN 55404 

Phone: 480-369-2079 

Email: AJ.Lillesve@Krausanderson.com 

1.03 AVAILABILITY OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS 

A. Location for Review and Examination: Bidding Documents (Project Manual, Drawings, and other Contract Documents) are available at the locations indicated below for review and examination: 

1. Builder’s Exchanges and Planrooms 

Albert Lea Area Builders Exchange 

2580 Bridge Avenue 

Albert Lea, MN 56007 

Phone: 507-373-3938 

MEDA 

250 Second Avenue South, #106 

Minneapolis, MN 55401 

Phone: 612-259-6561 

planroom@meda.net 

ISQFT & AGC Of MN Planroom 

525 Park Street, #110 

St. Paul, MN 55103 

Phone: 800-364-2059 

agcminnesota@isqft.com 

Builders Exchange of St. Cloud 

110 – 6th Avenue South 

Phone: 320-252-5832 

administration@stcloudbuildersexchange.com 

Mid-Minnesota Builders Exchange 

2104 Highway 12 East 

Willmar, MN 56201 

Phone: 320-235-0279 

chamber@willmarareachamber.com 

Builders Exchange of Rochester 

108 Elton Hills Lane NW 

Rochester, MN 55901 

Phone: 507-282-6531 

planroom@bexroch.com 

Austin Builders Exchange 

329 N Main Street, Suite 102 

Austin, MN 55912 

Phone: 507-437-4561 

admin@austincoc.com 

Mankato Builders Exchange 

75 Navaho Avenue, Suite 2 

Mankato, MN 56001 

Phone: 507-387-2002 

Minnesota Builders Exchange (MBEX) 

1123 Glenwood Avenue 

Minneapolis, MN 55405 

Phone: 612-381-2620 

projects@mbex.org 

South Central Builders Exchange 

1240 Lake Avenue 

Fairmont, MN 56031 

Phone: 507-235-6619 

Southwest Builders Exchange 

425 W Main Street 

Marshall, MN 56258 

Phone: 507-537-1489 

B. Procurement of Documents for Bidders on Prime Contracts: 

1. Prime Bidders may obtain electronic Bidding Documents at no charge from: Isqft 

2. Please contact Silvia Magana at Silvia.Magana@Krausanderson.com or 612.332.7281 to receive an invite from Isqft. 

C. Examination of Documents: Bidder shall carefully examine entire content of Bidding Documents to become thoroughly familiar with the documents and project requirements. Refer to Instructions to Bidders for additional requirements. 

D. Examination of the Site: Bidders shall make arrangements with the Construction Manager to visit the project site to obtain first-hand knowledge of existing conditions, including existing utilities and services, obstacles which may be encountered and all other conditions relative to the Work to be performed 

1.04 OTHER CONDITIONS 

A. Time of Completion: Refer to Section 01 32 10 - Bids shall reflect all costs necessary to meet this schedule requirement. 

B. Owner’s Right to Reject Bids: Owner reserves the right to reject a Bid which is in any way incomplete or irregular or to waive informalities or irregularities in a Bid received, and accept a Bid, which in the Owner’s judgment is in the Owner’s best interests. 

C. Additional Compensation: Contractors shall not receive extra payments for conditions which can be determined by examining the site and the Contract Documents.

(Roseville Review: Jan. 22, 29, 2019)

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Lauderdale

CITY OF LAUDERDALE

CITY COUNCIL

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

PROPOSED ZONING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT 

Notice is hereby given that the Lauderdale City Council will hold a public hearing regarding proposed changes to the Zoning Districts chapter of the Zoning Ordinance. The public hearing will take place on February 12, 2019 starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Lauderdale City Hall. Lauderdale City Hall is located at 1891 Walnut Street. All interested parties will be given an opportunity to be heard orally or in writing.

Heather Butkowski

City Administrator

(Roseville Review: Jan. 22, 2019)

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Roseville

CITY OF ROSEVILLE, MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING TO BE CONDUCTED BY THE CITY OF ROSEVILLE WITH RESPECT TO THE ISSUANCE OF REVENUE OBLIGATIONS BY THE PUBLIC FINANCE AUTHORITY 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Roseville, Minnesota (the “City”) will hold a public hearing on Monday, February 11, 2019, at or after 6:00 p.m. at City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive in the City, to consider a proposal that the City grant host city approval to the issuance of one or more series of taxable or tax-exempt revenue obligations (the “Bonds”) in the approximate maximum principal amount of $25,500,000 by the Public Finance Authority, a joint powers commission under Wisconsin Statutes, Sections 66.0301, 66.0303, and 66.0304, as amended (the “Act”), and a unit of government and body corporate and politic organized and existing under the laws of the State of Wisconsin (the “Issuer”), under Section 66.0304 of the Act, for the benefit of Roseville Senior Living LLC, a Minnesota limited liability company or any of its affiliates (collectively, the “Borrower”), the sole member of which is City Housing & Community Services Corporation, a California nonprofit, public benefit corporation. The Borrower intends to apply the proceeds of the Bonds to (i) refinance a loan made to the Borrower for the acquisition, construction, and equipping of Sanctuary in Roseville, an approximately 103-unit, 103-bed assisted living, independent living, and memory care facility to be located at 2600 Dale Street North in the City (the “Facility”); (ii) finance the remainder of the costs of the construction and equipping of the Facility; (iii) finance capitalized interest during the construction of the Facility; (iv) fund required reserves; and (v) pay costs of issuance of the Bonds. 

The Bonds will be special, limited obligations of the Issuer, and the Bonds and interest thereon will be payable solely from the revenues and assets pledged to the payment thereof. No holder of any Bonds will ever have the right to compel any exercise of the taxing power of the City to pay the Bonds or the interest thereon, nor to enforce payment against any property of the City. The Bonds are to be payable solely from revenues and security provided by the Borrower to the Issuer and pledged to the payment of the Bonds. 

Anyone desiring to be heard during this public hearing will be afforded an opportunity to do so. 

Dated: January 22, 2019

CITY OF ROSEVILLE, MINNESOTA

(Roseville Review: Jan. 22, 2019)

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CITY OF ROSEVILLE

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE 

Notice is given that the Planning Commission will hold a meeting at City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive, at 6:30 p.m. on February 6, 2019, to consider: 

Planning File 18-016: Request by Hand in Hand Christian Montessori, in conjunction with property owner Military Affairs, for approval of a preliminary plat to subdivide a portion (southwest corner) of the property at 211 North McCarrons Boulevard into four single family residential lots; legal description of the property is on file in the Community Development Dept. 

How to participate or learn the recommendation of the Planning Commission 

1. Review the Staff Report (available 02/01/19) at: www.cityofroseville.com/pc-agenda. 

2. Call or email Thomas Paschke, City Planner, at (651) 792-7074 or planning@cityofroseville.com prior to hearing or mail a letter. 

3. Attend the Public Hearing and address the Planning Commission, or view on Cable Channel 16. 

4. You may also address the City Council at its meeting regarding these items, tentatively scheduled for 02/25/19.

(Roseville Review: Jan. 22, 2019)

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CITY OF ROSEVILLE

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE 

Notice is given that the City of Roseville will hold a Council meeting at City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive, at 6:30 p.m. on January 28, 2019, to consider: 

Request for a permit renewal: Lake Owasso Safe Boating Association’s request for permit renewal from the Ramsey County Sheriff for a water ski slalom course on Lake Owasso. 

How to participate: 

1. Review the City Council Packet (available 01/25/19) at: www.cityofroseville.com/agendacenter 

2. Call or email Erika Scheider, Deputy Chief of Police, at (651) 792-7213 or Erika.scheider@cityofroseville.com prior to hearing or mail a letter. 

3. You may also address the City Council at its meeting regarding these items, scheduled for 01/28/19.

(Roseville Review: Jan. 22, 2019)

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CITY OF ROSEVILLE

ORDINANCE NO. 1568

AN ORDINANCE CANCELLING THE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT REGULATING THE PROPERTY AT 1700 HAMLINE AVENUE 

The City Council of the City of Roseville does ordain: 

Section 1. PUD Cancellation Findings. Pursuant to §1023.11 (PUD Cancellation) of the City Zoning Code of the City of Roseville, and after the City Council consideration of PF18- 018, the City Council finds the following regarding the PUD established at 1700 Hamline Avenue: 

• The PUD is outdated and affords no flexibility for reuse. 

• The PUD is inconsistent with the City’s Zoning Code as it is unclear how the Zoning Code would apply to improvements of the site and/or building as the PUD is absent any design standards. 

Section 2. PUD Cancellation. The Roseville City Council does hereby ordain that the PUD established on March 13, 1995 for the property at 1700 Hamline Avenue is hereby cancelled. 

Section 3. Effective Date. This PUD Cancellation ordinance shall take effect upon: 

1. The passage and publication of an ordinance rezoning the 1700 Hamline Avenue property 

2. The passage and publication of this ordinance. 

Passed this 14th day of January 2019.

CITY OF ROSEVILLE

BY: 

Daniel J. Roe, 

Mayor

ATTEST: 

Patrick Trudgeon, 

City Manager

(Roseville Review: Jan. 22, 2019)

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CITY OF ROSEVILLE

ORDINANCE NO. 1569

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 10 OF THE CITY CODE, CHANGING CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1700 HAMLINE AVENUE FROM PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT TO NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESS (NB) DISTRICT 

The City Council of the City of Roseville does ordain: 

Section 1. Real Property Rezoned. Pursuant to Section 1009.06 (Zoning Changes) of the City Zoning Code of the City of Roseville, and after the City Council consideration on PF18- 018, the following property, located at 1700 Hamline Avenue is hereby rezoned from Planned Unit Development (PUD) to Neighborhood Business (NB) District.

Said rezoning shall affect the following addressed property:

1700 Hamline Avenue 

Section 2. Effective Date. This ordinance amendment to the City Code and Zoning Map shall take effect upon: 

1. Cancellation of the Planned Unit Development; and 

2. The passage and publication of this ordinance. 

Passed this 14th day of January 2019.

CITY OF ROSEVILLE

BY: 

Daniel J. Roe, 

Mayor

ATTEST: 

Patrick Trudgeon, 

City Manager

(Roseville Review: Jan. 22, 2019)

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PUBLIC NOTICE 

The Roseville City Council is seeking applicants for a vacancy on several advisory commissions for terms through 3/31/2022. Deadline to apply is 2/15/19. Information about vacancies and applications available at www.cityofroseville.com/commissions or 651-792-7001.

By Patrick Trudgeon 

City Manager

(Roseville Review: Jan 15, 22, 2019)

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Shoreview

CITY OF SHOREVIEW

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NORTH OWASSO BOULEVARD

STREET & UTILITIES RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT 19-07 

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, Ramsey County, Minnesota, at 7:00 p.m., Local Time on Monday February 4, 2019, to consider the making of an improvement by reconstructing streets including concrete curb and gutter, installing storm sewer, installing city street lights, replacing water main, replacing sanitary sewer, and replacing trail, and other necessary appurtenances in that area lying and being in the City of Shoreview, Ramsey County, Minnesota, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Sections 429.011 to 429.111. There are assessments proposed for the improvements. The properties included in the project area are all of the property in the City fronting, abutting or have primary access from a portion of streets described as follows to wit:

North Owasso Boulevard – Soo Street to West Owasso Boulevard 

Arbogast Street – West Owasso Boulevard to Victoria Street 

The estimated cost of the reconstruction, construction and repairs of the above mentioned streets and utilities is Six Million Four Hundred Thirty Thousand Dollars ($6,430,000.00). 

A reasonable impact of the assessment will be available at the hearing. Such persons as desire to be heard with reference to the proposed improvement will be heard at this meeting.

BY ORDER OF 

THE CITY COUNCIL

/S/ Terry C. Schwerm

City Manager

(Bulletin: Jan 16, 23, 2019)

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District 621

 

Minutes

REGULAR MEETING 

Pursuant to due call and notice thereof, a regular meeting of the School Board of Independent School District No. 621, State of Minnesota, was called to order by Jonathan Weinhagen, Chair, at 7:00 p.m., December 11, 2018. Meeting was duly held at the District Center, 4570 Victoria Street N, Shoreview, MN 55126. 

Present: Bock, Glasheen, Helgeson, Jones, Sager, Weinhagen, Westerman 

Superintendent Chris Lennox 

Irondale student representative 

Mounds View student representative 

Absent: None 

Motion by Helgeson, seconded by Sager, to adopt the agenda as printed. Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion carried. 

The student representatives reported on various student council events and activities at their schools. 

No one registered to speak at Open Forum. 

Announcements were made concerning gifts and meeting dates. 

Superintendent’s report: 

• Retirement of Superintendent’s Executive Assistant 

Motion by Sager, seconded by Glasheen, to take action on the consent agenda as follows: 

Approve minutes: 

Approve the minutes of November 13, 2018 as printed. 

Approve personnel changes as follows: 

new hire: effective 

Carruth, Amy, ID 11-26-18 

Dismuke, John, EW 12-10-18 

Hemmingsen, Brenda, IL 11-26-18 

Nelson, Laurie, DC 11-26-18 

O’Tool, Brian, MV 11-27-18 

Seyfarth, Susan, SLV 11-26-18 

Wiley-Cloman,Jermaine, ID12-3-18 

rehire: 

Eng Anderson, Cindy, BA 11-26-18 

Gilbert, Claire, St. Odilia 11-26-18 

Grace, Jenna, VH 11-26-18 

leave of absence: 

Adair, Lori, CH 11-29-18 

thru 12-21-18 approx. 

Anhorn, Rikki, SS 3-8-19 

thru 4-19-19 approx. 

Fick, Jennifer, TL 4-22-19 

thru 5-31-19 approx. 

Fleischer, James, TL 11-19-18 t

hru 11-30-18 approx. 

Hallenberger, Jill, ID/CH 1-17-19 thru 3-6-19 approx. 

Jaspal, Catherine, MV 11-19-18 thru 2-8-19 approx. 

Kanning, Darla, PW 11-26-18 thru 1-18-19 approx. 

Lundberg, Michael, HV 12-6-18 

thru 12-20-18 approx. 

Marzen, Carolyn, MV 4-8-19

thru 6-7-19 approx. 

Murphy, Cathy, EW 11-14-18 

thru 12-7-18 approx. 

Perkins, Janelle, Bridges 10-22-18 thru 11-9-18 approx. 

Perron, Cristy, ID 11-13-18 

thru 12-7-18 approx. 

Phan, Tram, SS 1-23-19 

thru 4-26-19 approx. 

Redding, Rebecca, PLEC-K

10-30-18 thru 12-7-18 approx. 

Shaw, Diane, MV/ID 11-12-18 

Swenson, Elizabeth, HV 4-16-19 thru 6-7-19 approx. 

Vogt, Jamie, PLEC-PW 4-8-19 

thru 6-7-19 approx. 

return from leave: 

Barkman, Shari, ID 12-4-18 

Benedict, Michelel, PL 11-26-18 

Coulson, Morgan, ID 12-3-18 

Dustin, Joe, Wyn 11-12-18 

Fleischer, James, TL 12-3-18 

Nguyen, Dang, Tam, SS 11-26-18 

Perkins, Janelle, Bridges 11-12-18 

Swanson, Brittney, VH 11-14-18 

resignation: 

Bassett, Rachel, SLV 11-5-18 

Gay, Michael, ID 1-16-19 

Waldemar,Jessica, Bridges 1-20-18 

Wallace, Rachel, PLEC-K 12-21-18 

termination during probationary period: 

Pearson, Brent, PW 11-7-18 

transfer: 

Brandt, Suzanne, PW 11-26-18 

Champion, Julia, MV 11-26-18 

Palumbo, Joseph, DC/TL 11-26-18 

Solbro, Sarah, SS 11-26-18 

Souder, Robert, MV 12-3-18 

Taylor, Jennifer, PLEC 11-26-18 

Vaske, Brenda, HV 11-5-18

retirement: 

Butler, Dan, MV 1-18-19 

Employee X 6-7-19 

Hoffman, Ruth, On leave 12-13-18 

Iverson, Timothy, HV 6-7-19 

Larson, Jenifer, DC 3-1-19 

Lehman, Deborah, DC 6-28-19 

Nelson, Linda, CH 6-7-19 

Sather, Rebecca, DC 6-18-19 

Stoner, Susan, PLEC 6-28-19 

Tuchten, Marjean, ECEC 8-31-19 

Approve expenditures as follows: 

General Fund $3,327,830.99 

Nutrition Services 272,131.99 

Community Service 97,570.12 

Capital Outlay 386,549.63 

Building Construction 844,357.39 

Trust 28,473.00 

Internal Service 255,746.64 

Total 5,212,659.76 

Bank Wire Transfers:$22,237,168.42 

Accept the following gifts and extend thanks to the donors: 

Class of 2010 Track Team for boys track at Mounds View ($2,500) 

Prime Design IEM, Inc. for Robotics at Mounds View ($500) 

Wells Fargo Your Cause for general use at Chippewa and Valentine Hills ($175) 

Lisa Jagadeesan for use at the Snail Lake Kindergarten Center ($100) 

Ecolab Your Cause for general use at Valentine Hills ($480) 

Coca Cola GIVE and Deluxe Corporation Foundation for general use at Island Lake ($457.95) 

Mary Anderson and Sherry Oleson for Meals on Wheels ($2,500) 

Dale Howey for the dance team at Mounds View ($200) 

Steffanie Guss-Murphy for general use at Mounds View ($100) 

Mustang Club for miscellaneous items at Mounds View ($6,222) 

Dali Feng, Zhe Shen & Tianxiang Lin and Wei Zheng & Guizhen Zhang for Science Olympiad at Mounds View ($1,600) 

Becky Hepola for general use at Sunnyside ($145.88) 

Pieter & Maria Spitael for Laurentian scholarship at Valentine Hills ($20) 

Thomas & Jane Schultz for students in need at Highview ($250) 

H.B. Fuller Foundation for mini grants at Chippewa, Edgewood & Highview ($20,138) 

The following are for the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf from: 

Stacey St. Marie ($1,000) 

Beth & Mike Donahue ($1,000) 

Darlene Basford ($2,000) 

Edina Realty Roseville ($4,000) 

Faith Christian Reformed Church ($4,446) 

Rob & Nunciata Covey ($1,000) 

Faith United Methodist Church ($540) 

Multi-Tech Systems ($1,480) 

James & Susan Wandell ($750) 

Turtle Lake Elementary ($193 & 781 lbs. of food) 

Shoreview Community Center Farmer’s Market (779 lbs. of food) 

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church ($1,983 & 3,017 lbs. of food) 

St. Odilia Catholic Church ($4,000 & 2,324 lbs. of food) 

Christ the King Lutheran Church ($2,500 & 82 lbs. of food) 

Mary Anderson ($500) 

James Bartsch ($500) 

Sunrise United Methodist Church ($599, 58 lbs. of food and gift cards) 

Peter Bonemeyer ($1,500) 

Doug & Julie Bowman ($600) 

Jenni & Steve Bruess ($500) 

Susan Canine ($3,000) 

Joanne Davis ($500) 

Salesforce.com Foundation ($1,000) 

Elmwood Church ($500) 

Kathleen Diffley ($1,000) 

Turtle Lake Elementary ($6,325 & 313 lbs. of food) 

Michael & Danielle Geraci ($500) 

Tom & Donnelle Grover ($1,000) 

David Haas ($1,000) 

Nancy Haugen ($500) 

In Motion Fitness LLC ($500 & 123 lbs. of food) 

Foothills Foundation ($2,500) 

Julie Jones ($500) 

Jeff & Amy Jones ($2,000) 

Wendy Laine ($1,000) 

Bonnie & Tim Manley ($1,000) 

Jan McDaniels ($500) 

Second Harvest Heartland ($1,043) 

Adagio’s Pizza Factory ($1,500) 

C.G. Hill & Sons, Inc. ($1,000) 

Shelley Renner ($2,500) 

Clarene Seemann ($500) 

Mary Sheehan ($500) 

Misti & Dallan Van Laar ($2,500) 

Michelle & Jonathan Wood ($500) 

Susanne Yerich ($1,000) 

Boy Scout Troop #639 ($1,306 & 584 lbs. of food) 

Aldi’s (1,789 lbs. of food) 

Allina Health EMS (525 lbs. of food) 

Bethlehem Baptist Church (1,909 lbs. of food) 

Chippewa Middle School (1,342 lbs. of food) 

Cub Foods Arden Hills (1,918 lbs. of food) 

Cub Foods New Brighton (5,550 lbs. of food) 

Irondale Student Council (1,049 lbs. of food) 

Island Lake Elementary ($1,345, 893 lbs. of food and gift cards) 

Kindercare (1,114 lbs. of food) 

Kowalski’s Shoreview (6,452 lbs. of food) 

Medtronic (1,313 lbs. of food) 

Mounds View National Honor Society ($351.95, 887 lbs. of food and gift cards) 

North Suburban Aquatics Club (650 lbs. of food) 

Pentair Flow & Filtration Solutions (1,120 lbs. of food) 

Servion (3,201 lbs. of food) 

Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church (817 & gift cards) 

Snail Lake Kindergarten Center ($699, 604 lbs. of food and gift cards) 

Trader Joe’s (17,670 lbs. of food) 

Victoria Valley Orchard (1,211 lbs. of food) 

Wells Fargo Corporate ($259, 1,265 lbs. of food and gift cards) 

Two trumpets with cases and mute from Louise Gallagher, small keyboard from Dr. Kusum Saxena and a Yamaha trumpet from Susan & George Abbott for the District music program 

Leap Frog Epic tablet from Lisa Jagadeesan for Mrs. Johnson’s classroom at the Snail Lake Kindergarten Center 

Gift cards from Colin & Shannon Mildenberger for the Parent communication Night raffle at Edgewood 

Speakers for the gym at Valentine Hills from William Mason 

Wooden puzzle of the U.S. from Mary Lynn Ditoch for use at Sunnyside 

Donation of sick leave: 

Approve the requests to donate sick leave to the indicated employee to a maximum of 20 days for a 10-month employee and 24 days for a 12-month employee. 

Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion carried. 

Representatives from Wold Architects & Engineers along with representatives from Irondale and Mounds View High Schools, provided an update on the participatory planning and design process that is being used at the high schools. Discussion followed. 

Carole Nielsen, Executive Director of Administrative Services, presented a resolution certifying the final 2019 property tax levy. Discussion followed. Motion by Sager, seconded by Jones, to adopt the following resolution: 

WHEREAS, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes the School Board of Independent School District #621, is authorized to make the following proposed tax levies for general purposes: 

General Fund

$30,711,024 

Community Service Fund

1,014,506 

Debt Service Fund

18,662,335 

Final Proposed School Tax Levy

$50,387,865 

NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved by the School Board that the total levy to be levied in 2018 and to be collected in 2019 is set at $50,387,865. The Clerk of the School Board is authorized to certify the proposed levy to the County Auditor of Ramsey County, Minnesota. 

Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion carried. 

Carole Nielsen presented proposed 2019-20 budget assumptions for discussion. Discussion followed. No action was requested at this time. 

Carole Nielsen presented a resolution which would continue to keep the District closed to non-resident enrollment options for the 2019-20 school year. Discussion followed. Motion by Jones, seconded by Sager, to adopt the following resolution:

RESOLUTION RELATING TO MOUNDS VIEW’S 2020-2021 

NON-RESIDENT 

ENROLLMENT OPTIONS 

WHEREAS, the State of Minnesota has established an enrollment options program permitting students to attend non-resident districts (Minnesota Statutes §124D.03), and 

WHEREAS the School Board seeks to maintain continuity of programs, curriculum, and services through consistent student enrollment and recognizes that sufficient student enrollment ensures high quality course offerings for resident students as well as students enrolling under the enrollment options program, and 

WHEREAS the State of Minnesota has also established criteria for 

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school districts to approve or deny open enrollment applications based upon capacity of a program, class or school building (Minnesota Statutes § 124D.03 Subdivision 6); 

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that: 

1. Non-resident enrollment options will continue to be closed for grades K-12 for the 2020-2021 school years. 

2. The required one percent of the total enrollment at each grade level will be met with existing non-resident students, sibling preferences and children of eligible staff. 

Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion carried. 

Superintendent Lennox reported that the Board continues to go through a process to review all Board policies. Carole Nielsen presented policies for first reading, those that have been reviewed and those to be deleted. Motion by Helgeson, seconded by Glasheen to waive the 

second reading and approve revised policies EG-5101, 5103, 5104, 5110, 5113, 5114, 5116, 5117 and 5118 and to delete policies EG-5111, 5112 and 5115. Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion carried. 

Jones provided an AMSD update and Sager provided a Northwest Metro 916 update. 

As liaisons to schools and on committees, Board members reported on events in which they had participated 

Meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m.

Sandra Westerman, Clerk

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District 623

 

Minutes

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION

MINUTES OF THE MEETING

SCHOOL BOARD

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 623

ROSEVILLE AREA SCHOOLS

NOVEMBER 27, 2018 

These are the abridged minutes from the School Board meeting held on November 27, 2018, which were approved at the December 18, 2018, School Board meeting. 

The regular meeting was called to order at 6:30 p.m.

Board Members present: Anderson, Azer, Boguszewski, Gogins, Johnson

Board Members absent: Shaw

Administrative staff present: Loeck, Schaub, Sicoli, Thompson, Von De Linde 

Reports and Non-Action Items: 

1. Members of Roseville Area High School’s boys and girls cross country teams, girls diving team, and girls tennis team were recognized for competing in state meets. Section 4AAA Coaches of the Year Greg Ueland (volleyball) and James Cave (girls soccer) were recognized. Director Johnson and Clerk Boguszewski were presented with certificates from the Minnesota School Boards Association for completing phases 1-3 of its workshop series. 

2. Audit results from the 2017-2018 school year were summarized. 

3. An update on the district’s construction and remodeling projects was provided. 

4. Information was provided on the various college and career readiness options available to Roseville Area Schools students. 

5. Revisions to Policy 636: Special Education and Related Services were presented. 

6. A progress report was provided on the district’s achievement and integration plan goals. 

7. The board discussed the results of its self-evaluation. 

8. The board identified legislative priorities for the 2019 legislative session. 

9. Board members suggested agenda items for discussion at future meetings. 

Action Items: 

1. The consent agenda including the minutes of the regular school board meeting on November 13, 2018; payment of bills; resignations, appointments, reductions, adjustments; and gifts was approved. 

2. The 2018-2019 World’s Best Workforce plan and 2017-2018 WBWF report were accepted. 

3. New courses for the 2019-2020 school year were approved. 

The meeting was adjourned at 9:17 p.m.

Mike Boguszewski, Clerk

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OFFICIAL PUBLICATION

MINUTES OF THE MEETING

SCHOOL BOARD

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 623

ROSEVILLE AREA SCHOOLS

DECEMBER 18, 2018 

These are the abridged minutes from the School Board meeting held on December 18, 2018, which were approved at the January 8, 2019, School Board meeting. 

The regular meeting was called to order at 7:04 p.m. 

Board Members present: Anderson, Azer, Boguszewski, Gogins, Johnson (8:27 p.m.), Shaw 

Board Members absent: None 

Administrative staff present: Loeck, Schaub, Sicoli, Thompson, Von De Linde 

Reports and Non-Action Items: 

1. The Roseville Area Schools Foundation shared information about classroom grants awarded to district schools. Roseville Area High School teacher Stephen Pawelski was recognized for earning National Board certification. 

2. Information was presented about the district’s early learning programs. 

3. A proposal to develop a competency based adult diploma was discussed. 

4. An update on the status of the district’s construction and remodeling projects was provided. 

5. Proposed revisions to Policy 209: Board Operating Procedures and Meeting Process were reviewed. 

6. Board members drafted goals to guide the school board’s work. 

Action Items: 

1. The consent agenda including the minutes of the regular school board meeting on November 27, 2018; payment of bills; resignations, appointments, reductions, adjustments; gifts; and Roseville Area High School construction bid package #2 was approved. 

2. Staff retirements were accepted with appreciation. 

3. The final levy, in the amount of $40,392,222.51, was approved to fund the 2019-2020 school year. 

4. Policy 636: Special Education and Related Services was approved as a second reading. 

The meeting was adjourned at 9:49 p.m.

Mike Boguszewski, Clerk

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Arden Hills

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SUMMARY BUDGET STATEMENT

CITY OF ARDEN HILLS 

The purpose of this report is to provide summary 2019 budget information concerning the City of Arden Hills to interested citizens. This budget summary is published in the format prescribed by Minnesota Statutes Section 471.6965. This is not the complete city budget; the complete city budget may be examined at Arden Hills City Hall located at 1245 West Highway 96 or online at www.cityofardenhills.org. The City Council approved this budget on December 10, 2018.BUDGETED GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS20182019BudgetBudgetRevenue Taxes: Property taxes$3,795,042$3,911,220 Tax Increments215,000352,930 Other100,000113,530 Special assessments2,0001,220 Licenses and permits324,600443,020 Intergovernmental revenue: Federal00 State133,179153,220 Other00 Charges for services585,704683,300 Fines and forfeits34,00030,420 Miscellaneous10,00614,460 Interest earnings76,30060,730 Total revenue5,275,8315,764,050Expenditures General government1,462,3201,432,600 Public safety2,156,1722,221,950 Streets and highways587,872719,300 Culture and recreation707,162858,510 Economic development281,687244,910 Capital outlay82,00080,000 Total expenditures5,277,2135,557,270 Excess (deficiency) of revenue over expenditures-1,382206,780Other financing sources and (uses): Transfers from other funds120,000120,000 Transfers to other funds-420,000-420,000 Excess (deficiency) of revenue and other financing sources over expenditures and other financing uses($301,382)($93,220) General Fund Balance - January 1$2,748,855$3,427,325General Fund Balance - December 31$2,511,630$3,240,355Property tax levy requirement to fund this budget$3,786,942$3,938,420 (General and Special Revenue Funds)

(Bulletin: Jan 23, 2019)

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