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STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF Ramsey

DISTRICT COURT

secondJUDICIAL DISTRICT probatecourtdivision

Court File No.: 62-PR-18-506

NOTICE AND ORDER 

FOR HEARING onpetitionforformaladjudicationofintestacy, determinationofheirship, appointmentofpersonalrepresentativeandnoticetocreditors

In the Matter of the Estate of: 

Martha I. Berger, 

Decedent. 

IT IS ORDERED AND NOTICE is given that on August 7, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. a hearing will be held in this Court at Ramsey County Courthouse, 15 West Kellogg Boulevard, Courtroom 1670, St. Paul, Minnesota 55102 for the adjudication of intestacy, determination of heirship, and for the appointment of Gary R. Berger, whose address is: 1643 Arona Street, Falcon Heights, MN. 55108 as personal representative of the Estate of the Decedent in a unsupervised administration. 

Any objections to the petition must be filed with the Court prior to or raised at the hearing. If proper and if no objections are filed or raised, the personal representative will be appointed with full power to administer the Estate including the power to collect all assets, to pay all legal debts, claims, taxes and expenses, to sell real and personal property, and to do all necessary acts for the Estate. 

Any charitable beneficiary may request notice of the probate proceedings be given to the attorney general pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 501B.41, Subdivision 5. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that notice shall be given by publishing this Notice and Order as provided by law and by mailing a copy of this Notice and Order at least 14 days prior to the hearing date to all interestesd persons and persons who have filed a demand for notice. 

Notice is also given that (subject to Minn. Stat. § 524.3-801) all creditors having claims against the Estate are required to present the claims to the personal representative or to the Court Administrator within four months after the date of this Notice or the claims will be barred. 

Dated: June 11, 2018

BY THE COURTMichael F. Upton

Court Administrator 

By: Jeanette Warner

Deputy Court Administrator 

SRL: 

Gary R. Berger 

1643 Arona Street 

Falcon Heights MN 55108

(Roseville Review: June 26, July 3, 2018)

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NOTICE 

Notice is hereby given that the property will be sold on July 18, 2018. The property will be offered online at www.StorageTreasures.com and more information about the sale can be found at that website. The undersigned Acorn Mini Storage will sell at Public Sale by competitive bidding the personal property heretofore stored with the undersigned by:

Unit #301 Marcus Olson 

aquarium, furniture, boxes of unknown content

(Roseville Review: June 26, July 3, 2018)

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notice

The contents of the following storage units will be sold to the public using sealed bids. Sale and viewing will be held at 12:00 PM, on 7/20/18 at the U-Haul Moving and Storage Center of St. Paul, 2520 Como Ave, St. Paul, MN 55108. 

Unit number 1259 leased by Prudence Flannigan 

Miscellaneous household and personal goods 

Amount Due: $559.85 

Unit number 1511 leased by Teeliya Bonds 

Miscellaneous household and personal goods 

Amount Due: $315.80 

Unit number 1169 leased by Felicia Reed 

Miscellaneous household and personal goods 

Amount Due: $515.80 

Unit number 1460 leased by Marcus Byington 

Miscellaneous household and personal goods 

Amount Due: $405.80 

Unit number 1564 leased by Cecilia Mcgee 

Miscellaneous household and personal goods 

Amount Due: $409.85 

Unit number 1470 leased by Tracy Curley 

Miscellaneous household and personal goods 

Amount Due: $739.85 

Unit number 2082 leased by Stanton Wood 

Miscellaneous household and personal goods 

Amount Due: $239.90 

Unit number 1001 leased by Vinzetta Jackson 

Miscellaneous household and personal goods 

Amount Due: $418.70 

Unit number 1161 leased by Christian Schutz 

Miscellaneous household and personal goods 

Amount Due: $739.85 

Unit number 1044 leased by Valerie Stewart 

Miscellaneous household and personal goods 

Amount Due: $188.80 

Unit number 1083 leased by Mark Moberg 

Miscellaneous household and personal goods 

Amount Due: $319.80 

Unit number 1014 leased by Ricky Turner 

Miscellaneous household and personal goods 

Amount Due: $379.90 

Unit number 1128 leased by Kimberly Kaufman 

Miscellaneous household and personal goods 

Amount Due: $289.90 

Unit number 1541 leased by Kjersten Gibson 

Miscellaneous household and personal goods 

Amount Due: $405.80

(Roseville Review: July 3, 10, 2018)

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333: 

ASSUMED NAME: MC Tool & Safety Sales 

PrincipalPlaceofBusiness: 2851 84th Lane NE., Blaine MN 55449 

NAMEHOLDERS: McCLellan Sales, Inc., 2851 84th Lane NE, Blaine MN 55449 

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: 06/27/2018

/s/ Erika Scherman 

(Bulletin: July 4, 11, 2018)

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333: 

ASSUMED NAME: Matrix Repatterning Therapy Center of Minnesota 

PrincipalPlaceofBusiness: 125 Main Street SE, Suite 237, Minneapolis MN 55414 

NAMEHOLDERS: Integral Chiropractic, P.C., 125 Main Street SE, Suite 237, Minneapolis MN 55414 

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: 06/01/2018

/s/ Candace M. Groth 

(Bulletin: July 4, 11, 2018)

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Falcon Heights

OFFICIAL SUMMARY NO. 18-03

CITY OF FALCON HEIGHTS

RAMSEY COUNTY, MINNESOTA

A SUMMARY OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 14, ARTICLE IX OF THE FALCON HEIGHTS CITY CODE CONCERNING TOBACCO 

The following is the official summary of Ordinance 18-03 approved by the City Council of Falcon Heights on May 9, 2018. 

This ordinance amends Chapter 14 of the Falcon Heights City Code concerning tobacco. This ordinance amends Chapter 14 Article IX – Tobacco of the Falcon Heights City Code that governs the regulation of tobacco and tobacco related products. 

The proposed changes to the City Code would include, but not limited to: 

1. Updates and addition to several definitions. 

2. Increase the age for purchase of tobacco products from 18 years old to 21 years old. 

3. Prohibits the sale of flavored tobacco with a few exceptions. 

A printed copy of the entire ordinance is available for inspection by any person during the City Administrator/Clerk’s regular office hours at City Hall at 2077 Larpenteur Ave West, Falcon Heights, Minnesota 55113. 

APPROVED for publication by the City Council of the City of Falcon Heights, Minnesota this 9th day of May, 2018 to be effective 60 days after publication. 

CITY OF FALCON HEIGHTS

BY: 

Peter Lindstrom, Mayor 

ATTEST: 

Sack Thongvanh, 

City Administrator/ Clerk

(Roseville Review: July 3, 2018)

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SUMMARY OF ORDINANCES NO. 18-04

CITY OF FALCON HEIGHTS

RAMSEY COUNTY, MINNESOTA

ORDINANCES GRANTING GAS AND ELECTRIC 

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City of Shoreview, Minnesota

SUMMARY FINANCIAL REPORT

The purpose of this report is to provide a summary of financial information concerning the City of Shoreview to interested citizens. The complete financial statements may be 

examined at the City Hall, 4600 Victoria Streeet North. Questions about this report should be directed to Fred Espe, Finance Director at 651-490-4600. The purpose of this report is to provide a summary of financial information concerning the City of Shoreviewto interested citizens. The complete financial statements may be examined at the City Hall, 4600 Victoria Street North.Questions about this report should be directed to Fred Espe, Finance Director at 651-490-4600.PercentTotalTotalIncreaseRevenues:20172016(Decrease)Taxes:General property taxes10,907,023$ 10,726,142$ 1.69% Tax increments861,608 753,761 14.31% Franchise tax1,275,995 1,278,643 (0.21%)Special assessments311,968 323,464 (3.55%)Licenses and permits1,000,637 695,250 43.92% Intergovernmental1,484,186 1,674,144 (11.35%)Charges for services6,126,896 5,896,213 3.91% Fines and forfeits47,899 51,264 (6.56%)Earnings on investments307,559 196,028 56.90% Billboard fees58,716 53,363 10.03% Antenna fees430,740 399,928 7.70% Park dedication fees306,538 107,651 184.75% Other120,093 116,041 3.49% Total revenues23,239,858$ 22,271,892$ 4.35% Per Capita881.43$ 853.59$ 3.26% Expenditures:Current:General government2,633,535$ 2,516,388$ 4.66% Public safety4,384,589 3,751,349 16.88% Public works2,116,201 2,886,255 (26.68%)Parks and recreation6,622,590 6,551,569 1.08% Community development1,626,053 3,016,431 (46.09%)Capital outlay:General government140,018 240,552 (41.79%)Public safety40,677 20,990 93.79% Public works2,035,022 1,863,322 9.21% Parks and recreation2,950,752 449,399 556.60% Debt service:Principal1,010,000 1,030,000 (1.94%)Interest and paying agent fees371,635 270,313 37.48% Total expenditures23,931,072$ 22,596,568$ 5.91% Per Capita907.65$ 866.03$ 4.81% Total Long-term Indebtedness32,713,173$ 21,429,936$ 52.65% Per Capita1,240.73$ 821.32$ 51.07% General Fund Unassigned Fund Balance - December 314,915,075$ 4,673,293$ 5.17% Per Capita186.42$ 179.11$ 4.08% City of Shoreview, MinnesotaSummary Financial ReportRevenues and Expenditures for General Operations(Governmental Funds)GovernmentalActivities -SurfaceStreetTotalsInternalWaterSewerWaterLightsCurrent YearService FundsCash flows from operating activities:Receipts from customers and users3,110,301$ 4,261,101$ 1,748,505$ 627,491$ 9,747,398$ –$ Receipts from interfund services provided– – – – – 1,229,129 Payments to suppliers(641,863) (2,578,257) (409,566) (166,040) (3,795,726) (375,649) Payments to employees(717,648) (633,342) (361,310) (14,313) (1,726,613) (217,561) Payments for interfund services used(190,200) (339,960) (104,390) (36,720) (671,270) – Miscellaneous revenue177 156 73 – 406 23,016 Net cash flows from operating activities1,560,767 709,698 873,312 410,418 3,554,195 658,935 Cash flows from noncapital financing activities:Transfer to other funds(381,625) (195,625) (168,000) (28,400) (773,650) (4,304) Cash flows from capital and related financing activities:Proceeds from sales of capital assets– – – – – 121,496 Acquisition and construction of capital assets(693,124) (571,832) (291,308) (284,802) (1,841,066) (502,443) Receipts from taxpayers– – – – – 183,706 Transfers from other funds– – – – – 119,400 Capital contributions362,630 – 15,603 – 378,233 – Principal paid on capital debt(960,000) (230,000) (360,000) – (1,550,000) (260,000) Interest and paying agent fees on capital debt(482,424) (87,352) (92,500) – (662,276) (122,537) Net cash flows from capitaland related financing activities(1,772,918) (889,184) (728,205) (284,802) (3,675,109) (460,378) Cash flows from investing activities: Earnings on investments41,096 41,850 16,177 3,940 103,063 20,145 Net change in cash and cash equivalents(552,680) (333,261) (6,716) 101,156 (791,501) 214,398 Cash and cash equivalents - January 14,060,557 4,214,811 1,496,556 233,695 10,005,619 1,988,066 Cash and cash equivalents - December 313,507,877$ 3,881,550$ 1,489,840$ 334,851$ 9,214,118$ 2,202,464$ Reconciliation of operating income (loss) to net cashflows from operating activities:Operating income (loss)821,386$ 550,075$ 595,396$ 335,710$ 2,302,567$ (56,386)$ Adjustments to reconcile operating income (loss) to netcash flows from operating activities:Miscellaneous revenue177 156 73 – 406 23,016 Depreciation813,359 327,164 283,009 78,678 1,502,210 682,114 Decrease (increase) in receivables(134,413) (19,236) (33,844) (13,385) (200,878) – Decrease (increase) in prepaid items2,496 (168,130) 2,153 27 (163,454) 1,708 Decrease (increase) in deferred outflows141,044 124,451 58,077 – 323,572 41,484 Increase (decrease) in payables(115,213) (132,956) (44,700) 9,388 (283,481) (42,392) Increase (decrease) in deferred inflows31,931 28,174 13,148 – 73,253 9,391 Total adjustments739,381 159,623 277,916 74,708 1,251,628 715,321 Net cash flows from operating activities1,560,767$ 709,698$ 873,312$ 410,418$ 3,554,195$ 658,935$ Noncash investing, capital, and financing activities:Contributions of capital assets - Governmental funds4,000$ –$ 65,149$ 2,000$ 71,149$ –$ Capital assets purchased on account - Accounts payable(24,519) (7,568) – – (32,087) – Contracts payable(334,661) (72,835) – – (407,496) – Due from other governmental units - Contributions(337,672) – – – (337,672) – Taxes receivable– – – – – (1,495) Business-Type Activities - Enterprise FundsCity of Shoreview, MinnesotaStatement of Cash FlowsProprietary FundsFor the Year Ended December 31, 2017

REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES FOR 

GENERAL OPERATIONS

(Governmental Funds)

STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS

PROPRIETARY FUNDS 

For the Year Ended December 31, 2017

STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENSES 

AND CHANGES IN FUND NET POSITION

PROPRIETARY FUNDS

For the Year Ended December 31, 2017GovernmentalActivities -SurfaceStreetTotalsInternalWaterSewerWaterLightsCurrent YearService FundsOperating revenues:Customer billings3,218,260$ 4,275,643$ 1,776,133$ 640,703$ 9,910,739$ 1,229,129$ Water meter sales15,075 – – – 15,075 – Other 11,379 4,694 6,216 173 22,462 – Total operating revenues3,244,7144,280,3371,782,349640,8769,948,2761,229,129Operating expenses:MCES sewer service charges– 1,895,335 – – 1,895,335 – Administrative charges190,200 339,960 104,390 36,720 671,270 – Personal services747,347 658,624 377,729 13,190 1,796,890 225,939 Materials and supplies58,795 18,688 14,667 400 92,550 248,784 Water meters14,899 – – – 14,899 – Contractual services409,472 462,311 398,635 33,877 1,304,295 82,454 Utilities180,922 7,462 6,268 142,049 336,701 26,239 Insurance8,334 20,718 2,255 252 31,559 19,985 Depreciation813,359 327,164 283,009 78,678 1,502,210 682,114 Total operating expenses2,423,3283,730,2621,186,953305,1667,645,7091,285,515Operating income (loss)821,386550,075595,396335,7102,302,567(56,386)Nonoperating revenues (expenses):General property taxes– – – – – 182,211 Earnings on investments40,930 43,781 16,739 4,314 105,764 21,437 Intergovernmental revenue177 156 73 – 406 52 Gain on sale of capital assets– – – – – 91,798 Other– – – – – 22,964 Interest(436,998) (75,034) (78,096) – (590,128) (105,077) Fiscal Charges(2,740) (1,276) (1,098) – (5,114) (3,424) Total nonoperating revenues (expenses)(398,631)(32,373)(62,382)4,314(489,072)209,961Income (loss) before contributions and transfers422,755517,702533,014340,0241,813,495153,575Contributions28,958 – 80,752 2,000 111,710– Transfers:Transfers in – – – – – 119,400 Transfers out(381,625) (195,625) (168,000) (28,400) (773,650) (4,304) Total transfers(381,625)(195,625)(168,000)(28,400)(773,650)115,096Change in net position70,088 322,077 445,766 313,624 1,151,555 268,671 Net position - January 113,448,325 8,065,083 9,219,284 1,838,085 32,570,777 5,127,081 Net position - December 3113,518,413$ 8,387,160$ 9,665,050$ 2,151,709$ 33,722,332$ 5,395,752$ Business-Type Activities - Enterprise FundsCity of Shoreview, MinnesotaStatement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Fund Net PositionProprietary FundsFor the Year Ended December 31, 2017

STATEMENT OF NET POSITION

PROPRIETARY FUNDS

December 31, 2017GovernmentalActivities -SurfaceStreetTotalsInternalAssets:WaterSewerWaterLightsCurrent YearService FundsCurrent assets:Cash and investments3,507,877$ 3,881,550$ 1,489,840$ 334,851$ 9,214,118$ 2,202,464$ Accrued interest receivable9,636 10,307 3,941 1,016 24,900 4,913 Accounts receivable:Customers746,413 974,184 427,038 103,085 2,250,720 234 Customer accounts certified to County56,082 84,797 27,579 11,582 180,040 – Taxes receivable– – – – – 3,685 Due from other governmental units137,496 2,372 1,828 307 142,003 – Prepaid items892 171,071 164 18 172,1451,429 Total current assets4,458,3965,124,2811,950,390450,85911,983,9262,212,725Noncurrent assets:Special assessments receivable15,728 14,853 3,499 261 34,341– Capital assets:Land27,577 11,459 286,166 – 325,202 36,293 Buildings and structures19,181,579 1,952,005 – – 21,133,584 6,929,379 Machinery and equipment2,552,665 87,475 8,538 723 2,649,401 6,240,616 Distribution and collection systems19,573,490 13,212,509 13,865,091 2,843,922 49,495,012 – Construction in progress250,182 344,524 353,318 46,986 995,010 – Total capital assets41,585,493 15,607,972 14,513,113 2,891,631 74,598,209 13,206,288 Less accumulated depreciation(14,399,938) (8,557,645) (3,420,190) (1,166,149) (27,543,922) (5,467,336) Total capital assets (net of accumulated depreciation)27,185,5557,050,32711,092,9231,725,48247,054,2877,738,952Total noncurrent assets27,201,2837,065,18011,096,4221,725,74347,088,6287,738,952Total assets31,659,67912,189,46113,046,8122,176,60259,072,5549,951,677Deferred outflows of resources:Deferred pension resources124,485 109,840 51,259 – 285,58436,613 Liabilities:Current liabilities:Accounts payable27,383 12,396 19,204 23,997 82,98019,910 Salaries payable25,063 21,681 11,871 296 58,9116,980 Contracts payable– 238,606 – – 238,606– Accrued bond interest payable194,102 34,373 35,877 – 264,35248,547 Customer deposits payable27,069 – – – 27,069– Due to other governmental units16,588 – 108 – 16,69641 Compensated absences payable2,521 2,204 1,176 35 5,936486 Bonds payable1,065,000 250,000 380,000 – 1,695,000270,000 Total current liabilities1,357,726559,260448,23624,3282,389,550345,964Noncurrent liabilities:Compensated absences payable (net of current portion)40,191 35,138 18,745 565 94,639 7,754 Bonds payable (net of current portion)16,271,453 2,791,524 2,720,471 – 21,783,448 4,063,413 Net pension liability488,371 430,916 201,094 – 1,120,381 143,639 Total noncurrent liabilities16,800,0153,257,5782,940,31056522,998,4684,214,806Total liabilities18,157,7413,816,8383,388,54624,89325,388,0184,560,770Deferred inflows of resources:Deferred pension resources108,010 95,303 44,475 – 247,788 31,768 Net position:Invested in capital assets, net of related debt9,849,102 4,152,495 8,162,867 1,725,482 23,889,946 3,405,539 Restricted for trunk facility– 80,825 – – 80,825 – Unrestricted3,669,311 4,153,840 1,502,183 426,227 9,751,561 1,990,213 Total net position13,518,413$ 8,387,160$ 9,665,050$ 2,151,709$ 33,722,332$ 5,395,752$ Business-Type Activities - Enterprise FundsCity of Shoreview, MinnesotaStatement of Net PositionProprietary FundsDecember 31, 2017

Paper: July 4, 2018)

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FRANCHISES WITH NORTHERN STATES POWER COMPANY AND ESTABLISHING FRANCHISE FEE SCHEDULES FOR THE PROVISION OF GAS AND ELECTRIC SERVICES BY NORTHERN STATES POWER COMPANY, A MINNESOTA CORPORATION 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, on June 13th, 2018, Ordinance Nos. 18-04, 18-05, 18-06, and 18-07 were adopted by the City Council of the City of Falcon Heights, Minnesota. 

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that, because of the lengthy nature of Ordinance Nos. 18-04, 18-05, 18-06, and 18-07, the following summary of the ordinances has been prepared for publication, and that copies of the ordinances are available for inspection by the public at the Deputy Clerk’s office. 

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the City has granted franchises with Northern States Power d/b/a Xcel Energy (“Xcel”). The terms of the two franchises are essentially the same and grant each company a 20-year franchise to transmit and furnish gas or electric energy for public and private use within or through the City. The franchises provide for the orderly location and relocation of facilities within public rights of way and public grounds, relocation and restoration of facilities and rights of way, and abandonment and subsequent removal of abandoned facilities in accordance with Minnesota Rule 7819.3300. The franchises require the provision of field location and mapping information by the companies. Other provisions provide for street openings for repair or other purposes with prior permit of the City or without prior permit in exigent circumstances, tree trimming, company indemnification of the City, and notice procedures for the City’s vacation of public ways. Each of the franchises is accompanied by a franchise fee ordinance. 

The franchise fee ordinances impose fees related to gas and electric services as follows: 

Xcel Gas Fees Schedule: 

Class Fee Per Premise Per Month 

Residential $ 1.75 

Commercial Non-Demand 8.50 

Commercial Firm Demand 75.00 

Small Interruptible 50.00 

Medium and Large Interruptible 

100.00 

Firm Transportation 15.00 

Interruptible Transportation 15.00 

Xcel Electric Fees Schedule: 

Class Fee Per Premise Per Month 

Residential $ 2.25 

Sm C & I - Non-Demand 3.50 

Sm C & I - Demand 22.00 

Large C & I 200.00 Public Street Lighting 2.00 

APPROVED for publication by the City Council of the City of Falcon Heights, Minnesota, this 13th day of June 2018.

CITY OF FALCON HEIGHTS

By

Peter Lindstrom, Mayor 

Attest: 

Sack Thongvanh, City Administrator

(Roseville Review: July 3, 2018)

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Little Canada

Section00 1110 – AdvertisementforBids

1.01 INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION 

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

B. Project: Little Canada Elementary Addition and Remodeling 

C. Key Dates: 

1. Pre Bid Date: July 10th, 2:00 PM, at Little Canada Elementary School - 400 Eli Road, Little Canada, MN 55117. 

2. Cut off Date for Questions: July 12th at 1:00 PM. 

3. Bid Due Date: July 26th, 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 Little Canada Elementary Addition and Remodeling. 

1. The overall project consists of New Additions, Site Utilities & Improvements, Selective Demolition, Remodeling of Interior Spaces & finishes along with Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing equipment & finishes. 

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. 

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 July 26th. 

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: 612-255-2389 

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 

MEDA 

250 Second Avenue South, #106 

Minneapolis, MN 55401 

Phone: 612-259-6561 

planroom@meda.net 

Albert Lea Area Builders Exchange 

2580 Bridge Avenue 

Albert Lea, MN 56007 

Phone: 507-373-3938 

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 

St.Cloud, MN 56301 

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 Tamara Kurak at Tamara.Kurak@KrausAnderson.com or 612.336.6497 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 been countered 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: July 3, 10, 2018)

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CITY OF LITTLE CANADA

CITY COUNCIL

WORKSHOP MEETING 

Notice is hereby given that the Little Canada City Council will hold a Workshop Meeting on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 to review community survey questions. 

The Workshop Meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. and will be held in the Conference Room of the City Center located at 515 Little Canada Road in said City.

Bill Dircks

Acting City Administrator

(Roseville Review: July 3, 2018)

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New Brighton

CITY OF NEW BRIGHTON

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

STATE OF MINNESOTA 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING for the following land use action: 

Mounds View Public Schools requests consideration of a Special Use Permit to permit construction of a 3,022 SF addition consisting of two classrooms on the south side of the existing Pike Lake Education Center at 2101 14th ST NW. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the New Brighton Planning Commission will hold a meeting on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the New Brighton City Hall, 803 Old Highway 8 NW, New Brighton, Minnesota, 55112. 

Such persons as desire to be heard with reference to any of the above matters will be heard at this meeting. 

All persons are welcome to make an appointment to review any proposed plans and documents with the Director of Community Assets & Development prior to the Public Hearing date. 

Telephone: 651-638-2056 

Email: Craig.Schlichting@newbrightonmn.gov 

Fax: 651-638-2044 

Terri Spangrud, City Clerk

(Bulletin: July 4, 2018)

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CITY OF NEW BRIGHTON

803 OldHighway8 NW

NewBrighton, MN 55112

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

CityofNewBrighton

Project18-3, 

2018 PavementManagementProgram

Sealed proposals for furnishing of the necessary labor, materials, and equipment for the rehabilitation of approximately 5,400 feet of bituminous trail by reclamation of the existing bituminous surface, grading, bituminous surfacing, topsoil, and seed which includes approximately: 

4,830 SY Reclaim Bituminous 

Surface 

4,830 SY Fine Grade Base 

Material 

20 TON Aggregate Base 

916 TON Bituminous Wear 

Mixture 

4,830 SY Topsoil and Seed 

1 LS Traffic Control 

Plus miscellaneous and incidental work, all in accordance with the plans and specifications, will be received at the Office of the City Engineer in the City of New Brighton until 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 18, 2018, then publicly opened and read aloud. 

Digital copies of the Bidding Documents are available at http://www.QuestCDN.com for a fee of $30.00. The documents may be downloaded by selecting this project from the “Browse Projects” page or by entering eBid-Doc#5839277 on the “Search Projects” page. For assistance and free membership registration, contact QuestCDN at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com

Copies of the plans and specifications may be examined and obtained at the Office of the City Engineer, 803 - Old Highway 8 NW, New Brighton, Minnesota, 55112, for a non-refundable cost of $50.00 per set and an additional $10.00 charge per set if mailed. 

All proposals shall be made on forms similar to those attached to and made a part of the proposed contract documents, and shall be addressed to: 

Craig Schlichting, P.E. City Engineer 

City of New Brighton 

803 - Old Highway 8 NW 

New Brighton, Minnesota 55112 

and endorsed with: (Name of Bidder) 

City Project 18-3, 2018 Pavement Management Program 

Each proposal shall be accompanied by a Non-Collusion Affidavit; a Responsible Contractor Certificate; an Equal Employment Opportunity Certification; and a certified check or bid bond made payable to the City of New Brighton in the amount of 5% of the bid as a guarantee that such bidder will enter into a contract with said City, in accordance with the terms of such letting and bid in case such bidder be awarded a contract. 

No bids may be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days from the date of opening of bids. The right is reserved to accept any bid, or to reject any or all bids.

(Bulletin: July 4, 2018)

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Roseville

CityofRoseville

ORDINANCE NO. 1557

AN ORDINANCE REPEALING §1017.25 - GRADING, FILLING, AND LAND ALTERATION OF THE ROSEVILLE CITY CODE 

The City Council of the City of Roseville does ordain: 

SECTION 1. §1017.25 Grading, Filling, and Land Alteration is hereby repealed. 

SECTION 4. Effective Date. This ordinance amendment to the Roseville City Code shall take

effect upon passage and publication.

Passed this 18th day of June, 2018.

BY:

Daniel J. Roe, Mayor 

ATTEST: 

Patrick Trudgeon, City Manager

(Roseville Review: July 3, 2018)

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CITY OF ROSEVILLE

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CHANGE 

Notice was previously given that the Planning Commission would hold a public hearing on July 11, 2018, to consider among other items Planning File 18-011, a request by LRD, LLC for approval of a preliminary plat that would subdivide the residential property at 2237 W Cleveland Drive into three lots. Said public hearing will not occur on July 11, but all other public hearings previously noticed remain scheduled.

(Roseville Review: July 3, 2018)

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District 621

Minutes

RegularMeeting

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., June 12, 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 

Absent: None 

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

The following citizens registered to speak at Open Forum: 

Michelle Gustafson, Shoreview 

Mental Health 

Darrell McElveen, Roseville 

Diversity 

Announcements were made concerning gifts and meeting dates. 

Chair Weinhagen reported that last Wednesday the Superintendent’s office received written requests for two Level 3 grievance hearings. According to the contract, at its next regularly scheduled meeting, the School Board shall set a time for conference of the employee with the School Board grievance committee. The meeting should take place no later than the next succeeding regularly scheduled meeting of the Board. 

The Board grievance committee representatives are Bob Helgeson and Sandra Westerman. They have agreed that the grievances will be held on June 26, 6 p.m. & 6:30 p.m. at the District Center. 

Superintendent’s report: 

• Congratulations to graduates, thanks to students, faculty and staff for a successful year 

Motion by Westerman, seconded by Jones, to take action on the consent agenda as follows: 

Approve minutes: 

Approve the minutes of May 15, 2018 as printed. 

Approve personnel changes as follows: 

new hire: effective 

Anhorn, Rikki, PL-K-SS 8-15-18 

Bentley, Elizabeth, VH 8-15-18 

Berg, Erika, IL 8-15-18 

Briggs, Robert, IL 8-15-18 

Chiri, Melissa, HV/CH 8-15-18 

Dlouhy, Joel, HV 8-15-18 

Emery, Erick, IL 6-4-18 

Hallanger, Rachel, TL 8-15-18 

Johnston, Matthew, CH/EW 

8-15-18 

Kearns, Jennifer, CH 8-15-18 

Lagos, Patti, DC 8-15-18 

Lane, Marissa, PL-K-BA 8-15-18 

LePera, Elizabeth, EW 8-15-18 

LePera, Jason, HV 8-15-18 

Meyer, Rachel, VH 8-15-18 

Musser, Amy, SS 8-15-18 

Pearson, Brent, PW 5-25-18 

Rasmussen, Elise, PL-K-VH 

8-15-18 

Slayhi, Qurina, ID 8-15-18 

Todd, Cassandra, SS 8-15-18 

Vavra, James, VH 8-15-18 

Winkelaar, Jessica, HV 8-15-18 

Winter, Amy, SL-K 8-15-18 

Yff, Alyssa, ID 8-15-18 

Zimmerman, Eli, CH 8-15-18 

rehire: 

Allard, Becky, BA 8-15-18 

Kremer, Kate, BA 8-15-18 

Murray-Kruse, Marian, TL 5-14-18 

Pray, Jackson, SS 8-15-18 

Redman, Justin, TL 8-27-18 

Reinecke, Andrea, MV 8-15-18 

Sworsky, Brian, CH 8-27-18 

Torbenson, Cassie, BA 8-15-18 

request for leave: 

Anderson, Meghan, PW 10-4-18 thru 12-14-18 approx. 

Cambata, Shernaz, TL 5-18-18 

thru 9-3-18 approx. 

Christensen, Maria, Reach Tran. 

4-4-18 (intermittent) 

Deschneau, Jessica, BA 2018-19 school year 

Faust, Rachel, IL 5-14-18 

thru 4-24-18 approx. 

Fream, Debra, MV 5-29-18 

thru 9-3-18 approx. 

Hoffman, Ruth, On leave 2018-19 school year 

Redding, Rebecca, PL-K 5-29-18 thru 6-11-17 approx. 

Reis, Anna, PW 9-12-18 

thru 12-4-18 approx. 

Rudolph, Kaylin, CH 8-27-18 

thru 9-28-18 approx. 

Tuma, Elizabeth, CH 5-23-18 

thru 6-11-18 approx. 

Wentzel, Anne, ID 5-18-18 

thru 6-7-18 approx. 

Wilson, Gina, HV 10-24-18 

thru 1-31-19 approx. 

return from leave: 

Chamberlain, Eddie, HV 5-24-18 

Faust, Rachel, IL 5-25-18 

Heck, Tara, ECEC 5-16-18 

Kyle, Cara, ID 5-21-18 

Petersen, Allison, IL 5-21-18 

retirement: 

O’Neil, Sheila, MV 6-8-18 

Stimpson, Karen, TL 6-11-18 

retirement date revision: 

Cardenas, Margaret, SS 6-11-18 

resignation: 

Beethe, Nadina, EW 6-11-18 

Doe, Gina, CH 6-30-18 

Dunnigan, Katarzyna, IL 6-11-18 

Edelstein, Barry, IL 5-23-18 

Fredricks, Kris, HV 8-5-18 

Healy, Joan, ECEC 6-6-18 

Hennen, Julia, SS 6-11-18 

Kraft, Kathryn, ID 6-11-18 

Kyle, Cara, ID 6-7-18 

Olofson, Benjamin, EW 6-11-18 

Pikula, Deserae, IL 6-11-18 

Smith, Susan, CH 5-10-18 

Swendiman, Scott, ID 6-11-18 

Young, Matthew, CH 6-30-18 

transfer: 

Dunnigan, Ellisha MV 8-15-18 

termination during probationary period: 

Hauser, Erin, EW 6-7-18 

Morphew, Amy, EW 6-7-18 

O’Connell, Connie, SS 6-7-18 

Schramm, Kelli, EW 6-7-18 

Stambaugh, Allison, PW 6-7-18 

termination – elimination of position: 

Herder, Greg, DC 6-29-18 

Long-term substitute teachers to terminate effective 6-11-18: 

Ashley Aldinger 

Maria Dalbec 

Kathleen Nelson 

Shannon Alexander 

Cindy Eng Anderson 

Stephen Olsen 

Becky Allard 

Shaina Fautsch 

Anna Pluim 

Willia Allen 

Brad Henkel 

Jackson Pray 

Samual Alliegro 

Madeline Hillier 

Lisa Smelter 

Shane Barton 

Holly Johnson 

Caleb Steffenhagen 

Megan Brodeur 

Elizabeth Krohn 

Cassie Torbenson 

Thomas Carr 

Nicole LeCuyer 

Kathryn Vinson 

Vicki Cody 

Jenna Martenson 

Alexis Wills 

Allison Cordes 

Marian Murray-Kruse 

Approve expenditures as follows: 

General Fund $3,097,374.42 

Nutrition Services 386,576.08 

Community Service 58,879.34 

Capital Outlay 932,372.71 

Building Construction 469,893.86 

Debt Redemption 0.00 

Trust 3,625.00 

Agency 0.00 

Internal Service 515,378.43 

OPEB Debt Service 0.00 

Total $5,464,099.95 

Bank Wire Transfers: 

$21,165,761.84 

Accept the following gifts and extend thanks to the donors: 

Wells Fargo Foundation for general use at Sunnyside and Chippewa ($175) 

Donate Well for general use at Valentine Hills ($120) 

Sally Gibson & Jennifer Fitzgerald for ALC scholarships ($1,500) 

Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign for general use at Sunnyside and Valentine Hills ($830.02) 

Kowalski’s for general use at Chippewa ($220) 

Caroline Amplatz for library books at Chippewa ($17,000) 

Jose Saavedra-Ramos for student needs at Highview ($300) 

••• size cello, bow and case from Mike & Ruth Rolfs for the orchestra at Highview 

Clarinet, trombone, hand-held music items and books from Wesley Elder for use at Sunnyside 

Violin, saxophone and flute from Clark & Ada Adair; clarinet, saxophone and violin from Michelle Kennedy and a violin from Curtis Carlson for the District music program 

Two bags of new clothing from 

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Continued from Page 6

CITY OF SAINT ANTHONY VILLAGE 

SUMMARY FINANCIAL STATEMENT

The purpose of this report is to provide a summary of financial information concerning the City of St. Anthony Village to interested citizens. The complete financial statements may be 

examined at the City of Saint Anthony Village, 3301 SIlver Lake Road, Saint Anthony, Minnesota 55418. Questions about this report should be directed to Ms. Shelly Rueckert, 

FInance DIrector, (612) 782-3316 The purpose of this report is to provide a summary of financial information concerning the City of Saint Anthony Village to interested citizens. The complete financial statements may be examined at the Cityof Saint Anthony Village, 3301 Silver Lake Road , Saint Anthony , Minnesota 55418. Questions about thisreport should be directed to Ms. Shelly Rueckert, Finance Director, (612) 782-3316.PercentTotalTotalIncrease20172016(Decrease)REVENUES:General Property Taxes6,633,308 6,161,036 7.67%Tax Increment collections1,541,874 1,476,275 4.44%Special Assessments589,332 570,549 3.29%Licenses and Permits358,230 304,079 17.81%Intergovernmental Revenues1,925,460 2,283,016 -15.66%Charges for Services1,847,367 1,814,918 1.79%Fines and Forfeits76,057 93,529 -18.68%Investment Earnings233,668 252,830 -7.58%Refunds and Reimbursements388,564 1,103,647 -64.79%Army Settlement- 10,434,439 NAMiscellaneous121,045 103,728 16.69%Total Revenues13,714,905 24,598,046 -44.24%Per Capita1,485.26 2,743.79 -45.87%EXPENDITURES:Current:General Government1,119,746 1,066,236 5.02%Public Safety5,346,521 5,164,270 3.53%Public Works1,034,427 1,051,747 -1.65%Community Services451,843 448,400 0.77%Economic Development782,347 783,951 -0.20%Debt Service: Principal 5,815,000 2,620,000 121.95% Interest and Other Charges963,850 932,033 3.41%Capital Outlay10,339,548 5,266,714 96.32%Total Expenditures25,853,282 17,333,351 49.15% Per Capita2,799.79 1,933.45 44.81%Total Long-term Indebtedness 33,535,919 33,981,472 -1.31%Per Capita3,631.79 3,790.46 -4.19%General Fund and Special Revenue Funds Unassigned/Unreserved Fund Balance2,259,573 2,151,669 5.01%Per Capita244.70 240.01 1.95%CITY OF STAINT ANTHONY VILLAGESUMMARY FINANCIAL REPORTRevenues and Expenditures for General Operations(Governmental Funds)

REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES FOR 

GENERAL OPERATIONS

(Governmental Funds)

FOR THE YEARS ENDED DECEMBER 31, 

STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS - PROPRIETARY FUNDS

For the Year Ended December 31, 2017LiquorWater/Sewer/ Water PlantStormwater UtilityTotals2017Cash flows from operating activities: Receipts from customers and users$5,711,338$2,026,780$197,242$7,935,360 Receipts from interfund charges for pension benefits - - - - Payment to suppliers(4,708,727)(1,006,405)(111,116)(5,826,248) Payment to employees(770,831)(823,252) - (1,594,083) Army settlement - - - - Miscellaneous revenue52,84917,626169,001239,476 Net cash flows provided by (used in) operating activities284,629214,749255,127754,505Cash flows from noncapital financing activities: Transfer from General Fund - - - - Transfer to General Fund(249,060) - - (249,060) Transfer to Capital Project Funds - - - - Transfer to Debt Service Funds - - (150,000)(150,000)Net cash flows provided by (used in) noncapital financing activities(249,060)0(150,000)(399,060)Cash flows from capital and related financing activities: Intergovernmental revenue - capital - - 569,716569,716 Acquisition of capital assets - - (596,126)(596,126) Proceeds from sale of capital assets - - - - Change in interfund loan receivable/payable - - - - Principal paid on debt - (125,000) - (125,000) Interest paid on debt - (21,355) - (21,355)Net cash flows provided by (used in) capital and related financing activities0(146,355)(26,410)(172,765)Cash flows from investing activities: Investment income4,49516,71460321,812 Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents40,06485,10879,320204,492 Cash and cash equivalents - January 1439,4411,830,30785,5522,355,300 Cash and cash equivalents - December 31$479,505 $1,915,415 $164,872 $2,559,792 Reconciliation of operating income (loss) to net cash provided (used) by operating activities: Operating income (loss) $149,832($184,258)($46,893)($81,319) Adjustments to reconcile operating income (loss) to net cash flows from operating activities: Miscellaneous revenue52,84917,626169,001239,476 Army settlement - - - - Depreciation68,064350,861211,271630,196 Intergovernmental revenue - - - - Changes in assets and liabilities: Decrease (increase) in receivables(2,662)(65,596) - (68,258) Decrease (increase) in prepaid items2,316306 - 2,622 Decrease (increase) in inventory(4,189)(74,507) - (78,696) Decrease (increase) in deferred outflows of resources - - - - Increase (decrease) in payables18,419170,317(78,252)110,484 Increase (decrease) in deferred inflows of resources - - - - Total adjustments134,797 399,007 302,020 835,824 Net cash provided by operating activities$284,629$214,749$255,127$754,505Business-Type Activities Enterprise FundsSTATEMENT OF CASH FLOWSPROPRIETARY FUNDSFor The Year Ended December 31, 2017

STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENSES 

AND CHANGES IN FUND NET POSITION -

PROPRIETARY FUNDS

For the Year Ended December 31, 2017

STATEMENT OF NET POSITION - PROPRIETARY FUNDS

DECEMBER 31, 2017LiquorWater/Sewer/ Water PlantStormwater UtilityTotals2017Sales$5,714,000$ - $ - $5,714,000Cost of sales(4,354,933) - - (4,354,933) Gross profit1,359,067001,359,067Operating revenues: Customer billings - 2,044,726197,2422,241,968 Connection charges - 47,650 - 47,650 Charges for services - - - - Total operating revenues0 2,092,376 197,242 2,289,618 Total gross profit and operating revenues1,359,067 2,092,376 197,242 3,648,685 Operating expenses: Personal services780,581847,134 - 1,627,715 Supplies284,938125,8885,241416,067 Contracted services55,466136,17227,623219,261 Treatment charges (MCES) - 643,390 - 643,390 Other20,186173,189 - 193,375 Depreciation68,064350,861211,271630,196 Total operating expenses1,209,235 2,276,634 244,135 3,730,004 Operating income (loss)149,832 (184,258)(46,893)(81,319)Nonoperating revenues (expenses): Investment income4,49516,71460321,812Intergovernmental revenue - - - - Interest expense - (15,200) - (15,200) Fees and cost of issuance - (603) - (603) Refunds and reimbursements - 4,495 - 4,495 Army settlement - - - - Gain on sale of assets - - - - Miscellaneous revenue53,01613,0942,10868,218Total nonoperating revenues (expenses)57,511 18,500 2,711 78,722 Income (loss) before capitalcontributions and transfers207,343(165,758)(44,182)(2,597)Capital contributions and transfers: Capital contributions10,7658,138,021236,8908,385,676 Capital contributions - intergovernmental - - 569,716569,716 Transfers in - - - - Transfers out(249,060) - (150,000)(399,060)Total capital contributions and transfers(238,295)8,138,021656,6068,556,332Change in net position(30,952)7,972,263612,4248,553,735Net position - January 12,128,5988,026,6047,165,52417,320,726Net position - December 31$2,097,646$15,998,867$7,777,948$25,874,461Business-Type Activities Enterprise FundsSTATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENSES AND CHANGES IN FUND NET POSITIONPROPRIETARY FUNDSFor The Year Ended December 31, 2017LiquorWater/Sewer/ Water PlantStormwater UtilityTotalsAssets:2017Current assets: Cash and cash equivalents$479,505$1,915,415$164,872$2,559,792 Receivables:Accounts5,098596,068 - 601,166 Due from other governmental units16765210,03010,849 Prepaid items12,79015,715 - 28,505 Inventories - at cost847,289460,089 - 1,307,378Total current assets1,344,849 2,987,939 174,902 4,507,690 Noncurrent assets: Capital assets: Land - 5,6532,084,3012,089,954 Construction in progress - - 835,045835,045 Buildings and structures1,880,7936,491,852 - 8,372,645 Furniture, fixtures and equipment423,6254,123,927 - 4,547,552 Distribution and collection system - 10,363,1565,489,52515,852,681 Software intangibles26,022163,989 - 190,011Total capital assets2,330,440 21,148,577 8,408,871 31,887,888 Less: Allowance for depreciation(1,245,756)(6,696,731)(761,237)(8,703,724)Net capital assets1,084,68414,451,8467,647,63423,184,164Total assets2,429,53317,439,7857,822,53627,691,854Deferred outflows of resources:Related to pensions - - - - Liabilities:Current liabilities:Accounts payable128,075144,19114,278286,544Contracts payable - - 30,16230,162Due to other governmental units68,28744,574148113,009Salaries payable15,30112,238 - 27,539Accrued interest payable - 8,125 - 8,125Refundable deposits - 63,370 - 63,370Compensated absences payable - current portion21,77637,441 - 59,217Bonds and notes payable - current portion - 130,000 - 130,000Total current liabilities233,439 439,939 44,588 717,966 Noncurrent liabilities:Compensated absences payable - noncurrent portion45,71078,588 - 124,298Bonds and notes payable - noncurrent portion - 872,424 - 872,424Other post employment benefits52,73849,967 - 102,705Net pension liability - - - - Total noncurrent liabilities98,4481,000,97901,099,427Total liabilities331,8871,440,91844,5881,817,393Deferred inflows of resources:Related to pensions - - - - Net position: Net investments in capital assets1,084,68413,449,4227,617,47222,151,578 Unrestricted1,012,9622,549,445160,4763,722,883Total net position$2,097,646$15,998,867$7,777,948$25,874,461Business-Type Activities Enterprise FundsSTATEMENT OF NET POSITIONPROPRIETARY FUNDSDecember 31, 2017

(Bulletin: July 4, 2018)

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Judy Alcott for the clothing rack at Edgewood 

Refrigerator from Colin & Shannon Mildenberger for the mother’s room at Edgewood 

The following donations are for the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf from: 

Applewood Pointe (564 lbs. of food) 

Cub Foods Arden Hills (1,938 lbs. of food) 

Cub Foods New Brighton (6,871 lbs. of food) 

Kowalski’s Shoreview (6,382 lbs. of food) 

New Brighton Post Office (11,084 lbs. of food) 

North Heights Lutheran Church (612 lbs. of food) 

St. Odilia Catholic Church (666 lbs. of food) 

Trader Joe’s (15,501 lbs. of food) 

Turtle Lake Elementary (590 lbs. of food) 

Land O’Lakes ($10,000) 

MVEA ($1,014) 

New Brighton Lions ($1,000) 

Approval of resolution authorizing execution of legal documents for TIES:

Resolution Authorizing Execution of Legal Documents

Mounds View School District #621 (the “District”)

(TIES Dissolution, Sale of TIES Building, NJPA Closing) 

Whereas, the District is a member of TIES (Technology and Information Educational Services); 

Whereas, during a Special Meeting of the TIES Executive Committee on January 18, 2018, the Executive Committee adopted a resolution in which the Executive Committee recommended that the TIES Board vote in favor of dissolution at the upcoming Special Board Meeting on January 24, 2018; 

Whereas, during the TIES Special Board Meeting on January 24, 2018, the TIES Board approved the resolution dated January 18, 2018 and voted in favor of dissolving TIES; 

Whereas, the TIES resolution dated January 18, 2018 authorized the TIES Executive Committee to complete the dissolution process on or before June 30, 2019 (provided that the TIES Board voted in favor of dissolution on January 24) and to continue exploring potential business opportunities with third parties, e.g., an asset transfer or a similar business deal toward the goal of minimizing negative financial impact on the TIES 48 member school districts and to ensure continuation of essential services for the members; 

Whereas, on January 23, 2018, the National Joint Powers Alliance (“NJPA”)1 presented TIES management with a Letter of Intent in which its intent to consider a possible transaction was outlined, subject to the completion of due diligence by March 30, 2018; 

1Effective June 1, 2018, NJPA will change its name to Sourcewell 

Whereas, NJPA and TIES completed due diligence by March 30, 2018; 

Whereas, on April 19, 2018, the TIES Executive Committee adopted a resolution accepting a proposal from NJPA (as authorized by NJPA’s governing board on April 17, 2018) to proceed with discussions and directed TIES management (including outside experts as needed, e.g., legal counsel) to draft, review and negotiate all necessary legal agreements between TIES and NJPA to close on the transaction (the “Transaction”); 

Whereas, the Transaction is expected to close effective July 1, 2018 (the beginning of Fiscal Year 2018-2019); 

Whereas, the effective date for TIES dissolution has not been determined as of the date of this School Board meeting; 

Whereas, the School Board has determined that it is in the best interests of the District to authorize the Superintendent (or another representative of the District with authority to legally bind the District, e.g, the Chair of the School Board) to execute legal documents on behalf of the District within his/her discretion necessary to close the Transaction and to complete TIES’ dissolution, subject to and within the scope of each of the conditions set forth below in this resolution; 

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the School Board as follows: 

1. The School Board hereby authorizes the District Superintendent or another District representative with authority to legally bind the District to execute legal documents within his/her discretion on behalf of the District in its capacity as a member of TIES necessary to consummate the closing of the Transaction and complete TIES’ dissolution, subject to and within the scope of each of the following conditions: 

(a) District shall not be obligated to pay an amount in excess of $20 per student to cover its proportionate share of TIES current liabilities; 

(b) District shall not be obligated to pay an amount in excess of $3 per student to cover its proportionate share of the cost to maintain and operate the TIES building (located at 1667, Snelling Ave. N., St. Paul, MN 55108) until the building is sold; 

(c) District shall retain all legal rights to the TIES building in its proportionate share as a TIES member according to the TIES Bylaws and no such rights shall be assigned to NJPA; and 

(d) District shall retain all legal rights to receive a proportionate share of any proceeds from the sale of the TIES building for an amount in excess of the debt owed to U.S. Bank according to the TIES Bylaws, and NJPA shall have no rights in any such proceeds. 

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

Carole Nielson, Executive Director of Administrative Services, presented the resolution terminating probationary certified staff. Discussion followed. Motion by Helgeson, seconded by Sager, to adopt the following resolution:

RESOLUTION RELATING TO 

THE TERMINATION 

AND NONRENEWAL OF THE TEACHING CONTRACTS 

OF PROBATIONARY 

CERTIFIED STAFF 

WHEREAS the teachers listed in Attachment A are probationary certified staff in Independent School District No. 621 and 

WHEREAS Article IX, Section 9.2 of the Master Agreement between the MVEA and Independent School District No. 621 does not provide unrequested leave protection for probationary certified staff, 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the School Board of Independent School District No. 621 that the teaching contracts of the certified staff listed in Attachment A be terminated at the close of the current 2017-2018 school year and not be renewed and 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that written notice be sent to said staff members regarding termination and non-renewal of his/her contract as provided by law, and that said notice shall be in substantially the following form: 

June 13, 2018

NOTICE OF TERMINATION 

AND NON-RENEWAL 

You are hereby notified that at a meeting of the School Board of Independent School District No. 621 held June 12, 2018, a resolution was adopted by a majority roll call vote to terminate your contract effective at the end of the current school year and not to renew your contract for the 2018-2019 school year. Said action of the School Board is taken pursuant to M.S. 122A.40 and in accordance with Section 9.2 of the Master Contract. 

You may officially request that the School Board give its reasons for the nonrenewal of your teaching contract. Such request is to be made in writing to the Assistant Superintendent - Human Resources and Operations. 

Yours very truly, 

SCHOOL BOARD OF INDEPENDENT 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 621 

Clerk of the School Board 

Attachment A 

Vetter,Barbara 

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

Carole Nielsen and Bridget Peterson, Director of Finance, reviewed the Community Service, Capital Outlay, Debt Service and Nutrition Service Budgets for 2018-19. Discussion followed. 

Carole Nielsen presented an enrollment and class size report as of 6/12/18 for the 2018-19 school year. Discussion followed. 

Superintendent Lennox presented a draft of the 2018-19 District Operational Plan (DOP) which the Board has reviewed in work sessions. Motion by Helgeson, seconded by Glasheen, to approve the District Operational Plan as the administrative work plan for the 2018-19 school year. Voting aye: all; nay; none. Motion carried. 

Jones provided an AMSD/Legislative update and Sager provided a Northeast Metro 916 update. 

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

Meeting adjourned at 7:45 p.m.

Sandra Westerman, Clerk

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