Public Notices September 24, 2017 Bulletin Area

Public Notices, Foreclosure Notices & Legal Notices published September 24, 2017 in the New Brighton - Mounds View, Shoreview - Arden Hills and St. Anthony Bulletin Area newspapers

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COMPLAINT FOR

TERMINATION OF PARENTAL

RIGHTS

Melissa Christina Purrman vs.

Jeremy Michael Avelsgard. Case No.

2017-DR-28-299 In the Family Court

of the Fifth Judicial Circuit, Kershaw

County, South Carolina.

To: Jeremy Michael Avelsgard, A

Complaint has been filed asking

the Court to terminate your parental

rights of the minor child L.C.P.

You are hereby notified to please

respond to the above-referenced

Complaint within (30) days from the

date of publication of this Notice

or an Affidavit of Default will be

filed against you. NOTICE: If you

wish to defend, you must enter a

written appearance personally or by

attorney and file your defenses or

objection in writing with the Court.

You are warned that if you failed to

do so the case may proceed without

you and judgment may be entered

against you without further notice for

the relief requested by the Plaintiff.

Joseph N. Connell of the Connell

Law Firm, LLC. Attorney for the

Plaintiff. The Connell Law Firm, LLC,

P.O. Box 522. Lugoff, SC 29078. PH:

803-408-8500

(Bulletin: Sept. 13, 20, 27, 2017)

____

CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

ASSUMED NAME: Tipsy Tomato

PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS:

219 Little Canada Road E. St. Paul

MN 55117

NAMEHOLDERS: Associated

Brewing Company, 219 Little Canada

Road E. St. Paul 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: 09/07/2017

/s/ Janet Johanson

(Roseville Review: Sept. 19, 26,

2017)

____

CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

ASSUMED NAME: Music City Beer

Company

PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS:

219 Little Canada Road E. St. Paul

MN 55117

NAMEHOLDERS: Classic Brewing

Company, 5151 E. Raines Rd,

Memphis TN 38118; Classic Brewing

Company, 219 Little Canada Road E.

St. Paul Minnesota 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: 09/15/2017

/s/ Julie Pallow

(Roseville Review: Sept. 26, Oct. 3,

2017)

____

PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice of Public Sale: SS Minnesota

LLC, doing business as Simply Self

Storage, located at 251 5th Street

NW New Brighton, MN 55112

intends to enforce its lien on certain

personal property belonging to the

following at the facility. The sale

will take place (unless otherwise

withdrawn) via an on-line auction

at www.storagetreasures.com,

September 27th, 2017 beginning

at approximately 10:00 AM and

concluding October 11th, 2017 at

approximately 10:00 AM. This public

sale will result in the goods being

sold to the highest bidder. Certain

terms and conditions apply.

348, Nelson, Rick-Shelving, Chair

(Bulletin: Sept. 20, 27, 2017)

____

STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF ANOKA

DISTRICT COURT

TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Court File Number: 02-CV-17-3256

Case Type: Name Change

NOTICE OF HEARING BY

PUBLICATION

(Minor Name Change)

Minn. Stat. § 259.10

In the Matter of the Application of:

Miranda Renee Polliard

On Behalf of:

Mariana Nicole Jackson

For a Change of Name to:

Mariana Noelle Polliard

TO: Mario Jackson

3085 Old Hwy 8 Unit #15

Roseville MN 55113

An Application for Name Change

has been filed by Miranda Renee

Polliard for a change of name for

the minor child(ren) Mariana Nicole

Jackson to Mariana Noelle Polliard.

A hearing on this Application will be

held at 325 East Main Street, Anoka

MN 55303 on October 31, 2017 at

9:00 a.m.

You may obtain a copy of the

Application for Name Change from

325 East Main Street, Anoka MN

55303.

If you do not appear at the

scheduled hearing, the Petitioner’s

Application for a Name Change for

the minor child(ren) may be granted.

Dated: September 5, 2017

Lori O’Brien

Court Administrator

By: /s/ Gina DeVilbiss

Deputy

(Roseville Review: Sept. 19, 26, Oct.

3, 2015)

____

STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF HENNEPIN

FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT

DISTRICT COURT

PROBATE COURT DIVISION

Court File Number:

27-PA-PR-17-1043

NOTICE AND ORDER FOR

HEARING ON PETITION FOR

SUMMARY DISTRIBUTION OF

EXEMPT ESTATE

In Re: Estate of

Terrance John Smith,

Deceased.

TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS

AND CREDITORS:

Notice is hereby given that a

Petition has been filed requesting

that the Estate assets be summarily

assigned and distributed without

probate administration.

Any objections to the Petition must

be filed with the Court prior to or

raised at the hearing. It is Ordered

and Notice is hereby given that the

Petition will be heard on

October 30, 2017 at 11:00 AM by

this Court at the Hennepin County

Government Center, 4th floor

Court Tower, 300 South 6th Street,

Minneapolis MN.

Notice is further given that (subject

to Minn. Stat. 524.3-801) all creditors

having claims against the Estate are

required to present the claims to

the Court Administrator within four

months after the date of this Notice

or the claims will be barred.

Notice shall be given by publishing

this Notice and Order as provided

by law and by mailing a copy of this

Notice and Order to each interested

person by United States mail at least

14 days before the time set for the

hearing.

Dated: September 1, 2017

/s/ Elizabeth V. Cutter

Judge of District Court

Probate Division

Kate Fogarty

Court Administrator

Howard S. Kleyman

Attorney at Law

2400 Hennepin Ave.

Minneapolis, MN 55405

(612) 870-4200

(Bulletin: Sept. 20, 27, 2017)

____

Falcon Heights

CITY OF FALCON HEIGHTS,

MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING CONCERNING

RENEWAL OF COMCAST

CABLE TELEVISION

FRANCHISE ORDINANCE

The City of Falcon Heights,

Minnesota (the “City”), through the

North Suburban Cable Commission

has informally negotiated a cable

television franchise with Comcast of

Minnesota, Inc. (“Comcast”).

The City will open a public hearing

on October 11, 2017. The public

hearing will commence at 7:00

p.m., or as soon thereafter as the

public, including Comcast, may be

heard, at the City of Falcon Heights,

Minnesota City Hall, located at 2077

W. Larpenteur Ave, Falcon Heights,

MN, 55113. For directions to City

Hall or any questions regarding

the public hearing, the public may

contact the City Administrator at 651-

792-7611 or at sack.thongvanh@

falconheights.org.

The purpose of the public hearing is

to afford the public adequate notice

and the opportunity for comment

on the cable television franchise

ordinance. A copy of the cable

television franchise ordinance can be

obtained from the City Administrator.

(Roseville Review: Sept. 26, Oct. 3,

2017)

____

CITY OF FALCON HEIGHTS,

MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given that the

Falcon Heights City Council, at its

regular meeting on October 11th

at 7:00pm, in the City Hall Council

Chambers, 2077 Larpenteur Ave W,

will hold a Public Hearing to review

considerations regarding permitted,

on-street parking on Howell St,

Moore St, Prior Ave, Summer St, and

Autumn St in the Falcon Woods Area.

A map has been attached to illustrate

the proposed area. The purpose

of the Public Hearing is to receive

comments concerning permitted, onstreet

parking in the aforementioned

area. All interested persons shall be

given the opportunity to be heard.

City Council received petitions

and testimonials from concerned

neighbors regarding on-street

parking. At that time, many signatures

along with multiple testimonials were

provided to highlight the desire

of neighbors to change on-street

parking to be allowed by permit

only. For directions to City Hall or

any questions regarding the public

hearing, the public may contact 651-

792-7600.

(Roseville Review: Sept. 26, 2017)

____

NOTICE OF HEARING

ON PROPOSED

ASSESSMENT FOR

FH-17-07 2017 PAVEMENT

MANAGEMENT PROJECT

CITY OF FALCON HEIGHTS,

MINNESOTA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT

THE Council of the City of Falcon

Heights, Minnesota, will meet at

the City Hall, 2077 Larpenteur

Avenue, in said City, on the 11th

day of October, 2017, at 7:00 p.m.

to consider, and possibly adopt, the

proposed assessment for the 2017

Pavement Management Project.

THE FOLLOWING IS THE AREA

PROPOSED TO BE ASSESSED,

ALL THAT PROPERTY ABUTTING

THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED

STREETS:

X Coffman Street, Hoyt Avenue to

Coffman Street

X Folwell Avenue, Fulham Street to

Hoyt Avenue

X Vincent Street, Folwell Avenue to

Hoyt Avenue

X Northrup Avenue, Folwell Avenue

to Hoyt Avenue

X Burton Avenue, Folwell Avenue

to Hoyt Avenue.

The general nature of street

improvements now being assessed

for is for the improvement of the

streets by bituminous milling,

bituminous paving, and concrete

curb and gutter repair, landscaping

and necessary appurtenances.

The entire amount assessed

against each parcel of land will

be payable, unless prepaid, in

equal principal installments over a

period of seven (7) years, the first

of such installments to be payable

with general taxes levied in 2017,

collectible with such taxes during

the year of 2018. To the first

installment shall be added interest

on the entire assessment from the

date of the assessment resolution

until December 31, 2017. To each

subsequent installment when due

shall be added interest for one year

on all unpaid installments.

An owner may at any time prior to

certification of the assessment to

the county auditor, pay the entire

assessment on such property, with

the interest accrued to the date

of payment, to the City of Falcon

Heights. No interest shall be

charged if the entire assessment is

paid within thirty (30) days from the

date of adoption of the assessment

roll. An owner may at any time

thereafter, pay to Ramsey County

the entire amount of the assessment

remaining unpaid, with the interest

accrued to December 31 of the year

in which such payment is made.

Such payment must be made before

November 10 or interest will be

charged through December 31 of the

succeeding year. If an owner decides

not to prepay the assessment before

the date given above the rate of

interest that will apply is 5% percent

per year.

The proposed assessment roll is on

file for public inspection at City Hall.

The total amount of the proposed

assessment is $204,571.02. Written

or oral objections will be considered

at the meeting. No appeal to district

court may be taken as to the

amount of an assessment unless

a written objection signed by the

affected property owner is filed

with the municipal clerk prior to the

assessment hearing or presented to

the presiding officer at the hearing.

The council may upon such notice

consider any objection to the amount

of a proposed individual assessment

at an adjourned meeting upon such

further notice to the affected property

owners as it deems advisable.

Under Minnesota Statute Section

435.193 to Section 435.195, the

Council may, in its discretion,

defer the payment of this special

assessment for any homestead

property owned by a person 65 years

of age or older or retired by virtue

of a permanent and total disability

for whom it would be a hardship

to make the payments. When

deferment of the special assessment

has been granted and is terminated

for any reason provided in that

law, all amounts accumulated plus

applicable interest become due. Any

assessed property owner meeting

the requirements of this law and

the resolution adopted under it may,

within 30 days of the confirmation

of the assessment, apply to the city

clerk for the prescribed form for such

deferral of payment of this special

assessment on his/her property.

An owner may appeal an

assessment to district court pursuant

to Minnesota Statute Section 429.081

by serving notice of the appeal upon

the Mayor or Administrator 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 Administrator.

Dated: September 19, 2017

BY ORDER OF THE CITY

COUNCIL

Sack Thongvanh

City Administrator

(Roseville Review: Sept. 26, Oct. 3,

2017)

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Little Canada

CITY OF LITTLE CANADA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING ON PROPOSED

ASSESSMENT

VANDERBIE STREET

IMPROVEMENT NO. 2017-01

Notice is hereby given that the

City Council will meet at 6:20 P.M.

on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at

the City Center located at 515 East

Little Canada Road in said City to

consider, and possibly adopt, the

proposed assessment for the cost

of the improvement of Vanderbie

Street (Labore Avenue to Allen

Avenue) consisting of Full Depth

Reclamation and Paving. Adoption

of the proposed assessment may

occur at the hearing. The properties

proposed to be assessed are:

05-29-22-31-0007 through 0012

05-29-22-31-0059

05-29-22-24-0014 through 0025

05-29-22-31-0027

05-29-22-24-0029 through 0030

05-29-22-24-0035

05-29-22-24-0052

05-29-22-24-0067 through 0076

05-29-22-24-0104

Such assessment is proposed to be

payable in equal annual installments

extending over a period of ten

years, the first of the installments

to be payable on or before the first

Monday in January, 2018, and

will bear interest at the rate of four

percent (4.00%) per annum from

the date of the adoption of the

assessment resolution. To the first

installment shall be added interest

on the entire assessment from the

date of the assessment resolution

until December 31, 2017. To each

subsequent installment when due

shall be added interest for one year

on all unpaid installments.

You may at any time prior to

certification of the assessment to

the county auditor, pay the entire

assessment on such property,

with interest accrued to the date of

payment, to the City Administrator.

No interest shall be charged if the

entire assessment is paid within

30 days from the adoption of this

assessment. You may at any time

thereafter, pay to the county auditor

the entire amount of the assessment

remaining unpaid, with interest

accrued to December 31 of the year

in which such payment is made.

Such payment must be made before

November 15 or interest will be

charged through December 31 of the

succeeding year. If you decide not

to prepay the assessment before the

date given above, the rate of interest

that will apply is four percent (4.00%)

per year. The right to partially

prepay the assessment according to

Ordinance No. 369 is available.

The proposed assessment roll is

on file for public inspection at the

City Administrator’s office. The total

amount of the proposed assessment

is $240,000.00. Written or oral

objections will be considered at the

meeting. No appeal may be taken

as to the amount of an assessment

unless a written objection signed by

the affected property owner is filed

with the City Administrator prior to the

assessment hearing or presented to

the presiding officer at the hearing.

The Council may upon such notice

consider any objection to the amount

of a proposed individual assessment

at an adjourned meeting upon such

further notice to the affected property

owners as is deemed advisable.

If an assessment is contested or

there is an adjourned hearing, the

following procedure will be followed:

1. The City will present its case first

by calling witnesses who may testify

by narrative or by examination,

and by the introduction of exhibits.

After each witness has testified, the

contesting party will be allowed to

ask questions. This procedure will

be repeated with each witness until

neither side has further questions.

2. After the City has presented all

its evidence, the objector may call

witnesses or present such testimony

as the objector desires. The same

procedure for questioning of the

City’s witnesses will be followed with

the objector’s witnesses.

3. The objector may be represented

by counsel.

4. Minnesota rules of evidence will

not be strictly applied; however, they

may be considered and argued to the

Council as to the weight of items of

evidence or testimony presented to

the Council.

5. The entire proceedings will be

tape-recorded (video-taped).

6. At the close of presentation of

evidence, the objector may make

a final presentation to the Council

based on the evidence and the law.

No new evidence may be presented

at this point.

7. The Council may adopt the

proposed assessment at the hearing.

An owner may appeal an

assessment to district court

pursuant to Minnesota Statutes

Section 429.081 by serving notice

of the appeal upon the Mayor or

City Administrator of the City within

30 days after the adoption of the

assessment and filing such notice

with the district court within ten days

after service upon the Mayor or City

Administrator.

Under Minnesota Statutes, Sections

435.193 to 435.195, the Council

may, in its discretion, defer the

payment of this special assessment

for any homestead property owned

by a person 65 years of age or older

for whom it would be a hardship

to make the payments. When

deferment of the special assessment

has been granted and is terminated

for any reason provided in that

law, all amounts accumulated plus

applicable interest become due. Any

assessed property owner meeting

the requirements of this law and

the ordinance adopted under it may,

within 30 days of the confirmation of

the assessment, apply to the City

Administrator for the prescribed

form for such deferral of payment of

this special assessment on his/her

property.

Joel R. Hanson

City Administrator

(Roseville Review: Sept. 26, 2017)

____

CITY OF LITTLE CANADA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING ON PROPOSED

ASSESSMENT

LABORE AVENUE

IMPROVEMENT NO. 2017-02

Notice is hereby given that the

City Council will meet at 6:40

P.M. on Tuesday, October 17,

2017 at the City Center located at

515 East Little Canada Road in

said City to consider, and possibly

adopt, the proposed assessment

for the cost of the improvement of

Labore Avenue (Jackson Street to

west end of cul-de-sac) consisting

of reconstruction. Adoption of the

proposed assessment may occur

at the hearing. The properties

proposed to be assessed are:

07-29-22-12-0001 through 0007

07-29-22-12-0015 through 0019

07-29-22-12-0022 through 0026

07-29-22-12-0034

07-29-22-12-0053 through 0054

07-29-22-12-0057

07-29-22-12-0060 through 0061

Such assessment is proposed to be

payable in equal annual installments

extending over a period of ten

years, the first of the installments

to be payable on or before the first

Monday in January, 2018, and

will bear interest at the rate of four

percent (4.00%) per annum from

the date of the adoption of the

assessment resolution. To the first

installment shall be added interest

on the entire assessment from the

date of the assessment resolution

until December 31, 2017. To each

subsequent installment when due

shall be added interest for one year

on all unpaid installments.

You may at any time prior to

certification of the assessment to

the county auditor, pay the entire

assessment on such property,

with interest accrued to the date of

payment, to the City Administrator.

No interest shall be charged if the

entire assessment is paid within

30 days from the adoption of this

assessment. You may at any time

thereafter, pay to the county auditor

the entire amount of the assessment

remaining unpaid, with interest

accrued to December 31 of the year

in which such payment is made.

Such payment must be made before

November 15 or interest will be

charged through December 31 of the

succeeding year. If you decide not

to prepay the assessment before the

date given above, the rate of interest

that will apply is four percent (4.00%)

per year. The right to partially

prepay the assessment according to

Ordinance No. 369 is available.

The proposed assessment roll is

on file for public inspection at the

City Administrator’s office. The total

amount of the proposed assessment

is $240,000.00. Written or oral

objections will be considered at the

meeting. No appeal may be taken

as to the amount of an assessment

unless a written objection signed by

the affected property owner is filed

with the City Administrator prior to the

assessment hearing or presented to

the presiding officer at the hearing.

The Council may upon such notice

consider any objection to the amount

of a proposed individual assessment

at an adjourned meeting upon such

further notice to the affected property

owners as is deemed advisable.

If an assessment is contested or

there is an adjourned hearing, the

following procedure will be followed:

1. The City will present its case first

by calling witnesses who may testify

by narrative or by examination,

and by the introduction of exhibits.

After each witness has testified, the

contesting party will be allowed to

ask questions. This procedure will

be repeated with each witness until

neither side has further questions.

2. After the City has presented all

its evidence, the objector may call

witnesses or present such testimony

as the objector desires. The same

procedure for questioning of the

City’s witnesses will be followed with

the objector’s witnesses.

3. The objector may be represented

by counsel.

4. Minnesota rules of evidence will

not be strictly applied; however, they

may be considered and argued to the

Council as to the weight of items of

evidence or testimony presented to

the Council.

5. The entire proceedings will be

tape-recorded (video-taped).

6. At the close of presentation of

evidence, the objector may make

a final presentation to the Council

based on the evidence and the law.

No new evidence may be presented

at this point.

7. The Council may adopt the

proposed assessment at the hearing.

An owner may appeal an

assessment to district court

pursuant to Minnesota Statutes

Section 429.081 by serving notice

of the appeal upon the Mayor or

City Administrator of the City within

30 days after the adoption of the

assessment and filing such notice

with the district court within ten days

after service upon the Mayor or City

Administrator.

Under Minnesota Statutes, Sections

435.193 to 435.195, the Council

may, in its discretion, defer the

payment of this special assessment

for any homestead property owned

by a person 65 years of age or older

for whom it would be a hardship

to make the payments. When

deferment of the special assessment

has been granted and is terminated

for any reason provided in that

law, all amounts accumulated plus

applicable interest become due. Any

assessed property owner meeting

the requirements of this law and

the ordinance adopted under it may,

within 30 days of the confirmation of

the assessment, apply to the City

Administrator for the prescribed

form for such deferral of payment of

this special assessment on his/her

property.

Joel R. Hanson

City Administrator

(Roseville Review: Sept. 26, 2017)

____

CITY OF LITTLE CANADA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING ON PROPOSED

ASSESSMENT

ROSE PLACE & LAKESHORE

AVENUE

IMPROVEMENT NO. 2017-03

Notice is hereby given that the

City Council will meet at 7:00 P.M.

on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at

the City Center located at 515 East

Little Canada Road in said City to

consider, and possibly adopt, the

proposed assessment for the cost

of the improvement of Rose Place

and Lakeshore Avenue (from Lake

Street to Jackson Street) consisting

of reconstruction. Adoption of the

proposed assessment may occur

at the hearing. The properties

proposed to be assessed are:

06-29-22-31-0002

06-29-22-31-0019 through 0026

06-29-22-31-0028 through 0033

06-29-22-31-0065

Such assessment is proposed to be

payable in equal annual installments

extending over a period of ten

years, the first of the installments

to be payable on or before the first

Monday in January, 2018, and

will bear interest at the rate of four

percent (4.00%) per annum from

the date of the adoption of the

assessment resolution. To the first

installment shall be added interest

on the entire assessment from the

date of the assessment resolution

until December 31, 2017. To each

subsequent installment when due

shall be added interest for one year

on all unpaid installments.

You may at any time prior to

certification of the assessment to

the county auditor, pay the entire

assessment on such property,

with interest accrued to the date of

payment, to the City Administrator.

No interest shall be charged if the

entire assessment is paid within

30 days from the adoption of this

assessment. You may at any time

thereafter, pay to the county auditor

the entire amount of the assessment

remaining unpaid, with interest

accrued to December 31 of the year

in which such payment is made.

Such payment must be made before

November 15 or interest will be

charged through December 31 of the

succeeding year. If you decide not

to prepay the assessment before the

date given above, the rate of interest

that will apply is four percent (4.00%)

per year. The right to partially

prepay the assessment according to

Ordinance No. 369 is available.

The proposed assessment roll is

on file for public inspection at the

City Administrator’s office. The total

amount of the proposed assessment

is $240,000.00. Written or oral

objections will be considered at the

meeting. No appeal may be taken

as to the amount of an assessment

unless a written objection signed by

the affected property owner is filed

with the City Administrator prior to the

assessment hearing or presented to

the presiding officer at the hearing.

The Council may upon such notice

consider any objection to the amount

of a proposed individual assessment

at an adjourned meeting upon such

further notice to the affected property

owners as is deemed advisable.

If an assessment is contested or

there is an adjourned hearing, the

following procedure will be followed:

1. The City will present its case first

by calling witnesses who may testify

by narrative or by examination,

and by the introduction of exhibits.

After each witness has testified, the

contesting party will be allowed to

ask questions. This procedure will

be repeated with each witness until

neither side has further questions.

2. After the City has presented all

its evidence, the objector may call

witnesses or present such testimony

as the objector desires. The same

procedure for questioning of the

City’s witnesses will be followed with

the objector’s witnesses.

3. The objector may be represented

by counsel.

4. Minnesota rules of evidence will

not be strictly applied; however, they

may be considered and argued to the

Council as to the weight of items of

evidence or testimony presented to

the Council.

5. The entire proceedings will be

tape-recorded (video-taped).

6. At the close of presentation of

evidence, the objector may make

a final presentation to the Council

based on the evidence and the law.

No new evidence may be presented

at this point.

7. The Council may adopt the

proposed assessment at the hearing.

An owner may appeal an

assessment to district court

pursuant to Minnesota Statutes

Section 429.081 by serving notice

of the appeal upon the Mayor or

City Administrator of the City within

30 days after the adoption of the

assessment and filing such notice

with the district court within ten days

after service upon the Mayor or City

Administrator..

Under Minnesota Statutes, Sections

435.193 to 435.195, the Council

may, in its discretion, defer the

payment of this special assessment

for any homestead property owned

by a person 65 years of age or older

for whom it would be a hardship

to make the payments. When

deferment of the special assessment

has been granted and is terminated

for any reason provided in that

law, all amounts accumulated plus

applicable interest become due. Any

assessed property owner meeting

the requirements of this law and

the ordinance adopted under it may,

within 30 days of the confirmation of

the assessment, apply to the City

Administrator for the prescribed

form for such deferral of payment of

this special assessment on his/her

property.

Joel R. Hanson

City Administrator

(Roseville Review: Sept. 26, 2017)

____

CITY OF LITTLE CANADA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING ON PROPOSED

ASSESSMENT

RYAN INDUSTRIAL PARK

IMPROVEMENT NO. 2016-04

Notice is hereby given that the

City Council will meet at 5:45 P.M.

on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at

the City Center located at 515 East

Little Canada Road in said City to

consider, and possibly adopt, the

proposed assessment for the cost of

the improvement of Ryan Industrial

Park (Spruce Street between Ryan

Drive & South Owasso Boulevard;

Ryan Drive between Spruce Street

& Ryan Lane; and Ryan Lane)

consisting of consisting of full

depth reclamation and paving and

drainage improvements. Adoption

of the proposed assessment may

occur at the hearing. The properties

proposed to be assessed are:

06-29-22-21-0004 through 0009

31-30-22-34-0008 through 0009

06-29-22-21-0011 through 0012

31-30-22-34-0011 through 0015

06-29-22-21-0015 through 0019

31-30-22-34-0017

06-29-22-21-0022 through 0023

31-30-22-43-0004 through 0005

06-29-22-21-0031

31-30-22-43-0009

06-29-22-21-0033

06-29-22-21-0036 through 0038

Such assessment is proposed to be

payable in equal annual installments

extending over a period of ten

years, the first of the installments

to be payable on or before the first

Monday in January, 2018, and

will bear interest at the rate of four

percent (4.00%) per annum from

the date of the adoption of the

assessment resolution. To the first

installment shall be added interest

on the entire assessment from the

date of the assessment resolution

until December 31, 2017. To each

subsequent installment when due

shall be added interest for one year

on all unpaid installments.

You may at any time prior to

certification of the assessment to

the county auditor, pay the entire

assessment on such property,

with interest accrued to the date of

payment, to the City Administrator.

No interest shall be charged if the

entire assessment is paid within

30 days from the adoption of this

assessment. You may at any time

thereafter, pay to the county auditor

the entire amount of the assessment

remaining unpaid, with interest

accrued to December 31 of the year

in which such payment is made.

Such payment must be made before

November 15 or interest will be

charged through December 31 of the

succeeding year. If you decide not

to prepay the assessment before the

date given above, the rate of interest

that will apply is four percent (4.00%)

per year. The right to partially

prepay the assessment according to

Ordinance No. 369 is available.

The proposed assessment roll is

on file for public inspection at the

City Administrator’s office. The total

amount of the proposed assessment

is $240,000.00. Written or oral

objections will be considered at the

meeting. No appeal may be taken

as to the amount of an assessment

unless a written objection signed

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by the affected property owner is

filed with the City Administrator

prior to the assessment hearing

or presented to the presiding

officer at the hearing. The Council

may upon such notice consider

any objection to the amount of a

proposed individual assessment

at an adjourned meeting upon

such further notice to the affected

property owners as is deemed

advisable.

If an assessment is contested or

there is an adjourned hearing, the

following procedure will be followed:

1. The City will present its case first

by calling witnesses who may testify

by narrative or by examination, and

by the introduction of exhibits. After

each witness has testified, the

contesting party will be allowed to

ask questions. This procedure will

be repeated with each witness until

neither side has further questions.

2. After the City has presented

all its evidence, the objector

may call witnesses or present

such testimony as the objector

desires. The same procedure for

questioning of the City’s witnesses

will be followed with the objector’s

witnesses.

3. The objector may be represented

by counsel.

4. Minnesota rules of evidence

will not be strictly applied; however,

they may be considered and argued

to the Council as to the weight of

items of evidence or testimony

presented to the Council.

5. The entire proceedings will be

tape-recorded (video-taped).

6. At the close of presentation of

evidence, the objector may make

a final presentation to the Council

based on the evidence and the law.

No new evidence may be presented

at this point.

7. The Council may adopt the

proposed assessment at the

hearing.

An owner may appeal an

assessment to district court

pursuant to Minnesota Statutes

Section 429.081 by serving notice

of the appeal upon the Mayor or

City Administrator of the City within

30 days after the adoption of the

assessment and filing such notice

with the district court within ten days

after service upon the Mayor or City

Administrator.

Under Minnesota Statutes,

Sections 435.193 to 435.195,

the Council may, in its discretion,

defer the payment of this special

assessment for any homestead

property owned by a person 65

years of age or older for whom

it would be a hardship to make

the payments. When deferment

of the special assessment has

been granted and is terminated

for any reason provided in that

law, all amounts accumulated plus

applicable interest become due.

Any assessed property owner

meeting the requirements of this

law and the ordinance adopted

under it may, within 30 days of the

confirmation of the assessment,

apply to the City Administrator

for the prescribed form for such

deferral of payment of this special

assessment on his/her property.

Joel R. Hanson

City Administrator

(Roseville Review: Sept. 26, 2017)

____

Roseville

NOTICE OF HEARING

ON IMPROVEMENT 13-08

WHEELER STREET

CLOSURE

CITY OF ROSEVILLE,

MINNESOTA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

THAT THE Council of the City of

Roseville, Minnesota, will meet at

the City Hall, 2660 Civic Center

Drive, in said City, on the 9th day

of October, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. to

hold a public hearing pursuant

to Minnesota Statutes, Chapter

429 as amended on Improvement

13-08: Wheeler Street Closure

Improvements.

The improvement will include

the relocation of a driveway that

is needed as a result of closing

Wheeler Street at County Road D.

The foregoing is substantially in

accordance with feasibility reports

which is now on file and open to

public inspection in the office of the

City Engineer, Roseville City Hall,

2660 Civic Center Drive, Roseville,

Minnesota 55113.

The cost of the improvement

was $22,050.00. The area to be

assessed for the improvement

is property owners adjacent to

Wheeler Street, Shorewood Lane

and Shorewood Curve as detailed

in the feasibility report.

All persons desiring to be heard

with reference to the improvement

and the area proposed to be

assessed therefore may appear

and be heard by the City Council at

the time and place stated above.

Dated: September 21, 2017

BY ORDER OF THE CITY

COUNCIL

Patrick Trudgeon

City Manager

(Roseville Review: Sept. 26, Oct.

3, 2017)

____

NOTICE OF HEARING

ON IMPROVEMENT 14-21

SOUTH LAKE OWASSO

DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS

CITY OF ROSEVILLE,

MINNESOTA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

THAT THE Council of the City of

Roseville, Minnesota, will meet at

the City Hall, 2660 Civic Center

Drive, in said City, on the 9th day

of October, 2017, at 6:00 p.m. to

hold a public hearing pursuant

to Minnesota Statutes, Chapter

429 as amended on proposed

Improvement 14-21: South Lake

Owasso Drainage Improvements.

The improvement will include

the installation of a pervious

pavement road to provide

stormwater treatment as well as a

hard surface for residents to drive

on. The foregoing is substantially

in accordance with a preliminary

engineering report which is now on

file and open to public inspection

in the office of the City Engineer,

Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic

Center Drive, Roseville, Minnesota

55113.

The cost of the improvement was

$350,103.95. The area proposed

to be assessed for the improvement

shall be all properties that access

the existing gravel private road just

south of Lake Owasso.

All persons desiring to be heard

with reference to the improvement

and the area proposed to be

assessed therefore may appear

and be heard by the City Council at

the time and place stated above.

Dated: September 21, 2017

BY ORDER OF THE CITY

COUNCIL

Patrick Trudgeon

City Manager

(Roseville Review: Sept. 26, Oct.

3, 2017)

____

District 623

ROSEVILLE AREA PUBLIC

SCHOOLS

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 623

ROSEVILLE, MINNESOTA

55113

Bids close at 2:00 P.M. (local time)

on Tuesday, October 17, 2017

By order of the School Board

of the Roseville School District,

sealed bids for construction of

the Controls Replacement at

Harambee Elementary School,

Roseville, Minnesota will be

received at the District Office of

the Roseville School District at

1251 County Road B2, Roseville,

MN 55113, Attention: Mr. Todd

Leiser, Director of Buildings and

Grounds until 2:00 PM (local time)

on Tuesday, October 17, 2017, in

accordance with the specifications

set forth herein and the “other”

terms, conditions and instructions

to the specifications. At that time

all bids will be publicly opened

and read aloud. All bids received

after the time stated will not be

considered. The bidder assumes

the risk of any delay in the mail or on

the handling of mail by employees

of the school district. Whether the

bid is sent by mail or by means

of personal delivery, the bidder

assumes responsibility for having

their bid clocked in on time at the

place specified. Fax or telephone

amendments will not be accepted

at any time. Bidders shall submit

bids in duplicate on the forms

provided in the Project Manual.

No oral, facsimile or telephone

bids or modifications of bids will be

accepted. All sealed bids are to

be labeled with the project name.

Bid Documents are available

through Hallberg Engineering, Inc.,

1750 Commerce Court, White Bear

Lake, MN 55110, Phone: 651-748-

1100. A $50.00 deposit fee will be

required which is refundable when

plans are returned to Hallberg

Engineering, Inc.

Each bidder shall submit with the

bid, a cashier’s check or bid bond,

made payable to Roseville Area

School District, ISD 623, in the

amount of five percent (5%) of the

maximum amount of its bid.

All vendors entering into a contract

with the District for $10,000 or

more are to provide a Labor and

Material Payment and Performance

Bonds for 100% of the contract.

Bonds must be furnished within

10 days of notice of award of the

Contract. Provide all State required

Responsible Contractor Forms with

your bid.

There will be a pre-bid meeting

and walk through on Tuesday,

September 26, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. at

Harambee School.

Bids may not be withdrawn for

thirty (30) days after the scheduled

closing time for the receipt of bids

without the consent of the Roseville

Public Schools. The School Board

reserves the right to accept any bid,

to reject any or all bids, to waive

irregularities and informalities in the

bidding procedures, and to act in its

best interest.

ROSEVILLE AREA PUBLIC

SCHOOLS

ISD No. 623

(Roseville Review: Sept. 19, 26,

2017)

____

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

AND STATEMENT OF

QUALIFICATIONS

Roseville Area Schools is

soliciting a Request for Proposals

and Statement of Qualifications

from interested firms for the

implementation of architectural

and engineering services related to

Long Term Facilities Maintenance

projects within the District. Sealed

proposals must be received at the

Roseville Area Schools District

Office, 1251 County Road B2 West,

MN 55113 no later than 4:30 p.m. on

October 13 , 2017. No late, faxed,

or emailed bids will be accepted.

Proposals submitted must include

the information as outlined in

the Request for Proposal and

Statement of Qualifications and

will provide the basis of award. The

District retains the right to reject any

and all proposals and to re-solicit if

deemed to be in the best interest of

the District.

Questions pertaining to the

specifications may be emailed

to Shari Thompson, Director of

Business Operations, at shari.

thompson@isd623.org, no later

than October 9, 2017.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

(RFP) AND STATEMENT

OF QUALIFICATIONS

ARCHITECTURAL AND

ENGINEERING SERVICES

Roseville Area Schools

1251 County Road B2 West

Roseville, MN 55113

PROPOSAL DUE DATE/

DELIVERY REQUIREMENTS -

before 4:30 p.m., October 13,

2017.

Provide one digital (pdf file on

CD Rom or flash drive) and one

physical copy to:

Roseville Area Schools

Director of Business Services

(Attn: Shari Thompson)

1251 County Road B2 West

Roseville, MN 55113

FINALIST INTERVIEW

Short-listed candidates selected

upon review of response to RFP

may be contacted and interviewed

the week of October 23, 2017.

AWARD OF PROJECT

Final Roseville Area Schools

Board approval will be November

14, 2017. Successful candidate

shall be notified by November 1,

2017.

(Roseville Review: Sept. 26, Oct.

3, 2017)

____

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

Amy Jones, Chair, at 7:00 p.m.,

August 15, 2017. Meeting was duly

held at the District Center, 4570

Victoria Street N, Shoreview, MN

55126.

Present: Jones, Madsen, Sager,

Tynjala, Weinhagen, Westerman

Superintendent Chris Lennox

Absent: Helgeson

Motion by Westerman, seconded

by Sager, to adopt the agenda as

printed. Voting aye: all; nay: none.

Motion carried.

No one registered to speak at

Open Forum.

Announcements were made

concerning gifts and meeting dates.

There was no Superintendent’s

report.

Motion by Weinhagen, seconded

by Sager, to take action on the

consent agenda as follows:

Approve minutes:

Approve the minutes of June 27,

2017 as printed.

Approve personnel changes as

follows:

new hire:

effective

Brackenwager, Alexandra, CH

8-16-17

Coyle, Bryan, ID

8-16-17

Day, Philip, HV

8-16-17

Franet, Brittany, SV

8-21-17

Gill, Elizabeth, CH

8-16-17

Glad, Stefanie, PW

8-16-17

Gross, Dawn, CH

8-16-17

Hall, Erik, MV

8-16-17

Hauer, Jennifer, DC

8-9-17

Houser, Rebekah, PL-BA

8-16-17

Hsu, Lydia, DW

8-16-17

Johnson, Cindy, TL

8-16-17

Johnson, Heather, ID

8-16-17

Lynch, Robert, HV

8-16-17

Maslowski, Katie, SL-IL

8-16-17

Morth, Alicia, DW

8-16-17

Nesler, Anna, IL

8-16-17

Nixon, Susan, VH/BA

8-16-17

Nordin, Jacob, ID

8-16-17

Raasch, Holly, PL-VH

8-16-17

Shettel, Sandra, BA

8-16-17

Svanoe, Victoria, SV

8-21-17

Taylor, Jennifer, PW/EW

8-16-17

Thompson, Lindsay, VH

8-16-17

Westorff, Sydne, PL-PW

8-16-17

recall:

Lafeber, Jodie, TL

9-5-17

Lohr, Ryan, TL

9-5-17

rehire:

Dustin, Joseph, Bridges

8-28-17

Peal, Lynn, DW

8-28-17

transfer:

Alexander, Michael, SL-K

8-16-17

Ruff, Derek, MV

8-16-17

request for leave:

Brady, Robert, EW

7-11-17

Callerstrom, Emily, SS

12-4-17 thru 3-9-18 approx.

Hurtado,Stephanie, EW

11-2-17 thru 1-12-18 approx.

Pihlaja, Monica, EW

8-28-17 thru 10-24-17 approx.

Rauschke, Jessica, PL-K

10-2-17 thru 12-20-17 approx.

Smith, Bethany, HV/ID

10-26-17 thru 1-24-18 approx.

Wikman, Jim, MV

7-24-17 thru 8-9-17 approx.

Yang, Lindsey, VH

8-28-17 thru 11-15-17 approx.

revised leave dates:

Cartwright, Michael, ID

2017-18 thru 2019-20 school years

LaMontagne, Summer, EW

1-2-18 thru 6-11-18

return from leave:

Crofford, Richard, ID

7-24-17

McCollor, Tom, ID

7-31-17

Scanlon, Emily, TL

8-28-17

retirement:

Broberg, Ronald, ID

10-13-17

Draack, Mary, SS

6-9-17

Employee X

8-3-17

Larson, Maureen, SV

9-29-17

McCollor, Tom, ID

8-31-17

resignation:

Burback, Shawn, MV

7-25-17

Denning, Beth, PL-K

8-16-17

Feld, Cathy, DC

7-14-17

Forner, Tara, ID

8-9-17

Ganab, Gavin, VH

8-15-17

Hinker, Greg, PW

7-18-17

Lammert, Holly, ID

7-18-17

Lerbs, Bryn, Bridges

8-3-17

MacGillivray, Danielle, CH

7-19-17

Madison, Robert, MV

7-24-17

Peal, Lynn, DW

6-11-18

Stafford, Amy, CH

7-18-17

Watson, Miyuki, TL

7-27-17

Approve expenditures as follows:

June 2017

General Fund

$2,744,032.72

Nutrition Services

271,352.36

Community Service

95,912.69

Capital Outlay

566,569.90

Building Construction

0.00

Debt Redemption

900.00

Trust

4,000.00

Agency

0.00

Internal Service

236,776.76

OPEB Debt Service

0.00

Total

$3,919,544.43

Bank Wire

Transfers:$22,567,454.41

July 2017

General Fund

$2,462,730.75

Nutrition Services

66,866.96

Community Service

73,541.91

Capital Outlay

1,624,924.13

Building Construction

0.00

Debt Redemption

0.0

Trust

0.00

Agency

2,000.00

Internal Service

0.00

OPEB Debt Service

0.00

Total

$4,230,063.75

Bank Wire

Transfers:$23,590,272.31

Accept the following gifts and

extend thanks to the donors:

2016-17 Donations

Wells Fargo Community Support

for general use at Sunnyside ($20)

2017-18 Donations

The Kula Foundation for general

use at Sunnyside ($24.75)

Ronald & Marlys Ousky for

students in need at Highview ($250)

Wells Fargo Foundation for

general use at Mounds View ($150)

Karin Sconzert for the band at

Mounds View ($100)

Allina Health Community

Engagement for the Chess Club at

Sunnyside ($100)

Dollars for Doers for general use at

Bel Air ($100)

Bradley Boser for the football

program at Mounds View ($105)

John Hiskey for the orchestra

program at Mounds View ($70)

Clarinet from Sharon Breuer for

the District music program

40 books from Elizabeth Homan

for the library at Sunnyside

Bicycle from Colin & Shannon

Mildenberger for the phy. ed.

department at Edgewood

The following donations are for the

Ralph Reeder Food Shelf from:

Susan Canine ($5,000)

Minnie & Clyde Wyatt ($500)

Peter Grottodden ($500)

Rob & Nunciata Covey ($1,000)

Joanne Davis ($500)

Nancy Haugen ($500)

Jeffrey & Amy Jones ($2,000)

David Macdonald & Karen

Slepicka ($500 & 45 lbs. of food)

Doug & Julie Bowman ($500)

Adagio’s Pizza Factory ($1,000)

Aldi’s (581 lbs. of food)

Bonemeyer, LTD ($1,000)

Cub Foods Arden Hills (1,138 lbs.

of food)

Cub Foods New Brighton (935 lbs.

of food)

Edgewood Middle School ($1,111)

Faith United Methodist Church

($500 & 49 lbs. of food)

Hunger Solutions ($5,369.77)

Incarnation Lutheran Church

($10,568.21 & 10,958 lbs. of food)

Kowalski’s Shoreview ($275 &

8,862 lbs. of food)

Owens & Minor (572 lbs. of food)

Shoreview Farmer’s Market (631

lbs. of food)

St. Odilia Catholic Church (571 lbs.

of food)

St. Odilia Council of Catholic

Women ($800)

Sunrise United Methodist Church

($1,109 & 120 lbs. of food)

Trader Joe’s Shoreview (15,005

lbs. of food)

Under the Radar Foundation

($500)

Part-time teacher program:

Approve participation in the TRA

Part-Time Teacher Program for

the 2017-18 school year for the

following teachers:

Jane Arsenault

Elizabeth Johnson

Lori Eidem

David Ostrom

Jennifer Elton

Elizabeth Perra

Carol Haug

Lisa Taylor

Deanne Hulcher

Katherine Wilder

Joni Iaquinto

Shane Wood

MDE External User Access

Recertification

Keep Superintendent Chris

Lennox as the Identified Official

with Authority and Becky Sather,

Executive Administrative Assistant

to the Superintendent to only

add and remove names for the

Mounds View School District in

the MDE External User Access

Recertification System.

Adopt the following amending

resolution:

RESOLUTION AMENDING

RESOLUTION DETERMINING

THE NECESSITY OF ISSUING

GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS

AND CALLING A SPECIAL

ELECTION THEREON

BE IT RESOLVED by the School

Board (the Board) of Independent

School District No. 621 (Mounds

View), Minnesota (the School

District) as follows:

SECTION 1. By resolution duly

adopted on June 27, 2017 entitled

“RESOLUTION DETERMINING

THE NECESSITY OF ISSUING

GENERAL BONDS AND CALLING

A SPECIAL ELECTION THEREON”

(the Election Resolution) this Board

called a special election, to be held

on November 7, 2017, to authorize

the issuance of general obligation

bonds of the School District.

SECTION 2. The following

modifications to the Election

Resolution are necessary:

It is hereby found, determined and

declared as follows:

(A) The existing Paragraph 1 shall

be deleted in its entirety and the

following substituted therefor:

1. The Board has investigated

the facts and does hereby find,

determine and declare that it is

necessary and expedient to issue

general obligation bonds of the

School District in an aggregate

amount not to exceed $164,800,000

(the Bonds), for acquisition and

betterment of school sites and

facilities, pursuant to Minnesota

Statutes, Chapter 475.

(B) The existing Paragraph 5 shall

be deleted in its entirety and the

following substituted therefor:

5. The Clerk is hereby authorized

and directed to cause written notice

of the special election to be: (a)

provided to the County Auditor at

least seventy-four (74) days before

the date of the special election;

(b) provided to the Commissioner

of Education at least seventy-four

(74) days before the date of the

special election; (c) posted at the

administrative offices of the School

District, for public inspection, at least

ten (10) days before the date of the

special election; and (d) published

in the official newspaper of the

School District once each week

for at least two consecutive weeks,

with the last publication being at

least one week before the date of

the special election. All obligations

and actions outlined for the Clerk

in this Resolution and by state law,

including the required notices, may

be completed by Ramsey County

pursuant to a separate agreement

in which the County has agreed to

perform duties and actions related

to a special election on behalf of

the District. The Notice of Special

Election shall be prepared in

substantially the following form:

NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT NO. 621

(MOUNDS VIEW), MINNESOTA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a

special election has been called and

will be held in and for Independent

School District No. 621 (Mounds

View), Minnesota, on November 7,

2017, between the hours of 7:00

a.m. and 8:00 p.m. to vote on the

following question:

SCHOOL DISTRICT BALLOT

QUESTION

APPROVAL OF SCHOOL

BUILDING BONDS

YES

NO

Shall the board of Independent

School District No. 621 (Mounds

View), Minnesota be authorized

to issue general obligation school

building bonds in an amount

not to exceed $164,800,000 for

acquisition and betterment of

school sites and facilities?

BY VOTING “YES” ON THIS

BALLOT QUESTION, YOU ARE

VOTING FOR A PROPERTY

TAX INCREASE.

The precincts and polling places

for the special election will be the

precincts and polling places used

for the state general election.

All qualified electors residing in

said School District may cast their

ballots at the polling places for

the precincts in which they reside

during the polling hours specified

above.

A voter must be registered to vote

to be eligible to vote in the special

election. Unregistered individuals

may register to vote at their polling

places on Election Day.

Dated: August 15, 2017

BY ORDER OF THE SCHOOL

BOARD

/s/______________, Clerk

(C) The existing Paragraph 7 shall

be deleted in its entirety and the

following substituted therefor:

7. If paper ballots are being

used, the Clerk is authorized and

directed to cause a printed ballot

for the question to be prepared

in accordance with Minnesota

Statutes, Section 205A.08,

Subdivision 5 and the rules of the

secretary of state for use at the

special election. If an optical scan

voting system is being used, the

Clerk shall cause official ballots to

be printed according to the format

of ballots for optical scan voting

systems provided by the laws and

rules governing optical scan voting

systems. The Clerk is further

authorized and directed to cause

a sample ballot to be posted in the

administrative offices of the School

District, for public inspection, at

least four (4) days before the date

of the special election and to cause

two sample ballots to be posted at

each polling place on the date of the

special election and to cooperate

with the proper election officials to

cause ballots or ballot cards to be

prepared for use at said election.

The ballot shall be in substantially

the following form, with such

changes in form and instructions as

may be necessary to accommodate

the use of an optical scan voting

system:

SCHOOL DISTRICT QUESTION

BALLOT

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT NO. 621

(MOUNDS VIEW), MINNESOTA

SPECIAL ELECTION

November 7, 2017

INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS

To vote, completely fill in the oval(s)

next to your choice(s) like this:

To vote for a question, fill in the

oval next to the word “Yes” for that

question.

To vote against a question, fill in

the oval next to the word “No” for

that question

SCHOOL DISTRICT BALLOT

QUESTION

APPROVAL OF SCHOOL

BUILDING BONDS

YES

NO

Shall the board of Independent

School District No. 621 (Mounds

View), Minnesota be authorized

to issue general obligation school

building bonds in an amount

not to exceed $164,800,000 for

acquisition and betterment of

school sites and facilities?

BY VOTING “YES” ON THIS

BALLOT QUESTION, YOU ARE

VOTING FOR A PROPERTY

TAX INCREASE.

(Reverse side of ballot)

OFFICIAL BALLOT

November 7, 2017

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Judge

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Judge

(The ballot is to be initialed

by two judges)

SECTION 3. Such modifications to

the Election Resolution are hereby

approved. Except as expressly

modified hereby, the Election

Resolution shall remain in full force

and effect.

Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion

carried.

Carole Nielsen, Director of

Finance, presented the August 9,

2017 enrollment update for the

2017-18 school year. Discussion

followed.

Amy Jo Johnson, Director of

Human Resources and Carole

Nielsen, Executive Director

of Administrative Services,

presented the 2017-2019 tentative

agreements with the Mounds View

Clerical Union and the Principal’s

Association. Discussion followed.

Motion by Sager, seconded by

Madsen, to approve the proposed

contracts between the School

District and the Clerical Union

and the Principal’s Association as

presented for 2017-19. Voting aye:

all; nay: none. Motion carried.

Members of the Cabinet provided

updates on communications,

staffing, summer projects, facilities,

transportation, nutrition services,

technology, and Community Ed in

preparation for the start of the 2017-

18 school year.

Angie Peschel, Director of

Curriculum & Instruction,

highlighted summer curriculum

and staff development projects

that were undertaken this summer.

Discussion followed.

Board chair Jones provided an

AMSD update and Sager provided

a Northwest Metro 916 update.

Meeting adjourned at 7:45 p.m.

Jon Tynjala, Clerk

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District 621

(Bulletin: Sept. 27, 2017)

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