Public Notices June 17, 2018 Bulletin Area

Public Notices, Foreclosure Notices & Legal Notices published June 17, 2018 in the New Brighton - Mounds View, Shoreview - Arden Hills and St. Anthony Bulletin Area newspapers

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Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333: 

ASSUMED NAME: Countersteer Coffee Roasters 

Principal Placeof Business: 2500 McMenemy Street, St. Paul MN 55117 

NAMEHOLDERS: Tim Wick, 2500 McMenemy Street, St. Paul MN 55117 

I, the undersigned, certify that Iam 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. Ifurther certify that Ihave 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. Iunderstand that by signing this document Iam subject to the penalties of perjury as set forth in Section 609.48 as if Ihad signed this document under oath. 

Date: 05/20/2018

/s/ Tim Wick 

(Roseville Review: June 12, 19, 2018)





Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333: 

1. List the exact assumed name under which the business is or will be conducted: Green Room Tax Service 

2. Principal Place of Business: 1620 Highway 36 W #307, Roseville MN 55113 

3. List the name and complete street address of all persons conducting business under the above Assumed Name: Alan Holasek, 1620 Highway 36 W #307, Roseville MN 55113 

4. This certificate is an amendment of Certificate of Assumed Name File Number: 962556800034

Originally filed on: 8/30/2017 

5. I, the undersigned, certify that Iam 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. Ifurther certify that Ihave 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. Iunderstand that by signing this document Iam subject to the penalties of perjury as set forth in Section 609.48 as if Ihad signed this document under oath. 

Date: 5/15/18

/s/ Alan Holasek

(Roseville Review: June 12, 19, 2018)






CASE TYPE: Other Civil

Court File No. 62-CV-18-1681



The Matter of a Hazardous Building Located at 1354 California Avenue, City of Falcon Heights, Ramsey County, Minnesota 

TO: Owners and lienholders of the above real estate: 

PLEASE BE ADVISED that pursuant to order of the Falcon Heights City Council and by authority of Minnesota Statutes § 463.15 et seq., you have twenty (20) days from the date of service of this Order upon you, to remedy the fire, health, and safety hazards and the hazardous condition of the property and buildings located at 1354 California Avenue, Falcon Heights, Minnesota 55108 located in the County of Ramsey, and legally described as follows: 

Lot 3, Block 4, Northome, Ramsey County, Minnesota. 

Tax ID No. 22-29-23-21-0071 

On April 11, 2018, the Falcon Heights City Council issued a Resolution finding that because of inadequate maintenance, dilapidation, physical damage, abandonment, and unsanitary condition, the Subject Property and Subject Building constitute a fire hazard and a hazard to public safety and are therefore a Hazardous Property and Hazardous Building within the meaning of Minn. Stat. § 463.15, subd. 3. 

The Subject Building has been dilapidated for an extended period of time. The property is unoccupied and has been for a substantial period of time. The front stairs are crumbling due to water intrusion. The side stairs are deteriorating and the wood is rotting away. Water has penetrated the inside of some walls of the building. Mice and rats have infested the building. Boxes of debris are stacked throughout the house, blocking corridors, aisles, and exits. Combustible materials are stacked over five feet high around the furnace and water heater. The overall amount of clutter and debris on all levels places excessive weight on the supporting structural frame of the house. 

`There is a detached garage on the Subject Property, which is also dilapidated, deteriorating, and structurally unstable. The garage foundation is cracked and separating at the door location. The brick / masonry wall on the south side of the garage is falling apart, leaning outward at the top of the wall, and is not plumb. The north wall of the garage has openings where brick support has fallen out. The masonry grout is shrinking away from the brock, leaving space for water intrusion. The roof of the garage is sagging in the middle of the roof span. Many of the asphalt shingles on the roof of the garage are missing or damaged. 

The City executed an administrative search warrant at the Subject Property on April 25, 2018 and found that all these conditions continue to persist, as they have since 2017 or earlier. To date, no progress has been made toward correcting or removing the hazardous conditions. The following violations must be remedied or removed, and inspected within twenty (20) days from the date of service of this Order: 

1. Repair crumbling steps at front of house 

2. Repair crumbling or rotting steps on side of house 

3. Prevent future water intrusion into foundation of house 

4. Repair any damage caused by existing water intrusion into foundation of house 

5. Remediate overgrowth of vines, plantings, vegetation growth on and around house 

6. Eradicate rodent infestations and clean up resulting hazardous conditions 

7. Clear exits, aisles, corridors, stairs of obstructions and combustible materials 

8. Remove large accumulation of combustible materials throughout house 

9. Remove accumulated materials so that doors open readily and properly 

10. Remove unstable stacks of material 

11. Remove materials stacked to ceiling, create required ceiling clearance 

12. Remove combustible materials stored in boiler, mechanical, electrical rooms 

13. Install or make operable fire alarm and detection systems, test for proper operation 

14. Create adequate working space and clearance for appliances and fixtures 

15. Create proper access to electrical panel 

16. Remove rat / mouse droppings and related biohazardous conditions 

17. Demolish detached garage which is in danger of collapsing 

If you fail to remedy the hazardous conditions of the buildings, the City will seek permission from the District Court for the City to repair or remove the hazardous conditions of the buildings, including demolition of the buildings, destruction and removal of all personal property within the buildings, and grading of the property. The City will move the District Court for summary enforcement of this Order pursuant to Minn. Stat. § 463.19 unless you remedy the situation within said twenty (20) day period or unless an answer is filed within twenty (20) days of service of this Order upon you pursuant to Minn. Stat. § 463.18. Upon enforcement of the Order by the City, all costs expended by the City will be assessed against the real property and collected as other taxes as provided in Minn. Stat. §§ 463.21 & 463.22. 

Dated: May 29, 2018


Professional Association

By: /s/ David S. Kendall

David S. Kendall (#0303859)

Assistant Falcon Heights City Attorney

Grand Oak Office Center I

860 Blue Gentian Road, Suite 290

Eagan, Minnesota 55121

Telephone: (651) 452-5000


The City of Falcon Heights, by and through its undersigned attorney, acknowledges that costs, disbursements, and reasonable attorney and witness fees may be awarded to the opposing party or parties pursuant to Minnesota Statutes § 549.211, subd. 1.

Dated: May 29, 2018

/s/ David S. Kendall

(Roseville Review: June 5, 12, 19, 26, 2018)






Court File No.: 62-PR-18-286 


ofHEARING ON PETITION FOR electiveshareofaugmentedestate

In Re: Estate of: 

Frances Rose Cantu 


NOTICE IS GIVEN that a petition signed by Alfonso Juarez for an Order Granting the Elective Share of Augmented Estate (“Petition”) has or will be filed with the Court. 

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 Petition may be granted. 

IT IS ORDERED that the Petition will be heard on August 7. 2018, at 9:00 a.m. by this Court at 15 West Kellogg Boulevard, Courtroom 1670. Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102. 

1. Notice shall be given to all interested persons (Minn. Stat. § 524.1-401) and persons whohave filed a demand for notice pursuant to Minnesota Statutes section 524.3-204, and tothose distributees and recipients of portions of the augmented estate whose interest will beadversely affected. 

2 .Notice shall be given by: 

Mailing a copy of this Notice and Order by U.S. Postal Service at least 30 days prior to the hearing date. 

□ Delivering a copy of this Notice and Order to ________________________________ personally at least ___ days prior to the hearing date. 

□ Publishing this Notice and Order in accordance with law by:_____________________.

Dated: March 30, 2018


Jeanette Warner

Deputy Court Administrator

(Roseville Review: June 19, 26, 2018)







Court File No.: 62-PR-18-485 


Estate of: 

Catherine S. Resemius 


Notice is given that an application for informal probate of the Decedent’s Will, dated January 24, 1996, (“Will”), has been filed with the Registrar. The application has been granted. 

Notice is also given that the Registrar has informally appointed Joel S. Resemius, whose address is 1024 County Road B2 W, Roseville, Minnesota, 55113, as personal representative of the Estate of the Decedent. Any heir, devisee or other interested person may be entitled to appointment as personal representative or may object to the appointment of the personal representative. Unless objections are filed with the Court (pursuant to Minnesota Statutes section 524.3-607) and the Court otherwise orders, the personal representative has full power to administer the Estate, including, after 30 days from the date of issuance of letters, the power to sell, encumber, lease or distribute real estate. 

Any objections to the probate of the Will or appointment of the Personal Representative must be filed with this Court and will be heard by the Court after the filing of an appropriate petition and proper notice of hearing. 

Notice is also given that (subject to Minnesota Statutes section 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 14, 2018

Laura J. Stevens


Michael F. Upton

Court Administrator 

Attorney for Personal Representative 

Michael J. Scott 


2150 Third Avenue North, #300 

Anoka, MN, 55303 

Attorney License No: #122166 

Telephone: (763) 421-4110 

FAX: (763) 421-1040 


(Roseville Review: June 19, 26, 2018)


Arden Hills


2018 GeneralElection


Notice is hereby given that a filing period will be held for candidates seeking election to Arden Hills City Offices at the general election to be conducted on November 6, 2018. The filing period will open on Tuesday, July 31 at 7:30 a.m. and will close on Tuesday, August 14 at 5:00 p.m. 

Affidavits of candidacy for the following offices must be filed at either Arden Hills City Hall or the Ramsey County Elections office. 


City Council Member - 2 seats 

A filing fee or petition in place of the filing fee must be filed with the affidavit of candidacy. The filing fee for these offices are as follows. 

Mayor - $2 

City Council Member - $2 

Arden Hills City Hall is located at 1245 West Highway 96 in Arden Hills and will be open for filings from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Thursday and 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Friday during the filing period. The Ramsey County Elections office is located at 90 West Plato Blvd, Suite 160 in Saint Paul and will be open for filings Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except Tuesday, August 14, when office hours will be 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

Candidates may withdraw from the ballot by filing an affidavit of withdrawal at any time during the filing period and through Thursday, August 16 at 5:00 p.m. Filing fees are not refundable. 

For more information about the filing process, contact Ramsey County Elections at or 651-266-2171.

(Bulletin: June 20, 2018)





To whom it may concern: 

Consistent with the requirements of the General Storm Water Permit Application for Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems, notice is hereby given that the City Council of Arden Hills, Minnesota will be at Perry Park located at 3700 New Brighton Road, on Friday, July 27, 2018 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. for the purpose of holding a public meeting to provide information regarding the City of Arden Hills’ Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program (SWPPP). 

All persons desiring to provide written or oral input on the program may appear at the time and place stated above. 

The final annual report will be submitted to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. 

Further information and a copy of the complete Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program (SWPPP) are on file at Arden Hills City Hall, 1245 West Highway 96.

David Perrault

City Administrator

(Bulletin: June 20, 2018)


New Brighton




NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING for the following land use action: 

1. Peter J. Frank, acting on behalf of Micom Corporation, requests consideration of an Easement Vacation, vacating an existing sanitary sewer easement that runs north/south over 475 & 487 Old Highway 8 NW. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the New Brighton City Council will hold a meeting on Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 6:30 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 Assistant Director of Community Assets & Development/Planning Director prior to the Public Hearing date. 

Telephone: 651-638-2059 


Fax: 651-638-2044 

Terri Spangrud, City Clerk 

Craig Schlichting, Director of Community Assets & Development

(Bulletin: June 20, 27, 2018)





Notice is given that the City Council will hold a meeting at City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Dr., at 6:00 p.m. on July 9, 2018 to consider: 

A request by adjacent property owners for approval of the Vacation of a portion of Chandler Avenue, which is public right of way identified in the Rolling Green Plat, which located to the west of 519 Hilltop Avenue. The description of the vacation request is on file with the City of Roseville Engineering Department.

(Roseville Review: June 5, 12. 19, 2018)


Districts 623

and 282



The estimated value of the awarded contract is $215,000.00 

Date of request: June 13th, 2018 

Completed sealed bids must be submitted no later than July 27, 2018 by 10:00 a.m. CST 

IFB issued by: 

Roseville Area Schools, ISD 623 


St. Anthony and New Brighton Schools, ISD 282 

1251 West County Road B2 

Roseville, Minnesota 55113

Angela Richey, MPH, RD, SNS

Nutrition Services Supervisor


(Roseville Review: June 19, 26, 2018)

(Bulletin: June 20, 27, 2018)


District 621



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., May 15, 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 

Mounds View student representative 

Absent: Irondale student representative 

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

The Board recognized athletes from Mounds View & Irondale High Schools spring sports, arts and academic activities who qualified for post-season competition. 

The student representative reported on various student council events and activities at her school. 

No one registered to speak at Open Forum. 

Announcements were made concerning gifts and meeting dates. 

Superintendent’s report: 

• Edgewood Middle School students in the Integrated Science class created the new desk name plates for use at the Board meetings. Their teacher, Nadina Beethe, spoke about the project. 

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

Approve minutes: 

Approve the minutes of April 24, 2018 as printed. 

Approve personnel changes as follows: 

new hire: effective 

Aldridge, Heather, HV 8-15-18 

Allen, Willie, MV 5-1-18 

Dressel, Alicia, ID 8-15-18 

Knes, Dalton, TL 8-15-18 

Lahti, Andrea, BA 8-15-18 

Nitti, Anna, ID 8-15-18 

Olsen, Stephen, SLEC 4-11-18 

Roberts, Randy, MV 5-3-18 

Stensland, Victoria, PL-K 8-15-18 

Supina, Katie, CH 8-15-18 

Walker, Dawn, PL-K 8-15-18 

Warhol, William, HV 5-29-18 

Whitmore, Julie, IL 8-15-18 


Brodeur, Megan, PW 8-15-18 

Carr, Tom, MV 4-9-18 

Clark, Jennifer, Bridges 4-25-18 

Cody, Vickie, CH 4-30-18 

Gibson, Sally, ALC 8-27-18 

Gritzmacher, Laura, PL-K 8-27-18 

Horner, Samuel, LEC 5-1-18 

Sturm, Johanna, CH 8-27-18 

Sweeney, Molly, SL-K 5-15-18 

Tas, Rhonwen, ECEC 3-7-18 

Vanney, Lindsey, ID 8-27-18 


Appledorn, Kimberly, CH 6-7-18 

O’Neil, Sheila, MV 6-8-18 


Cox, Courtney, PLEC 6-7-18 

DeCory, Travis, ID 4-20-18 

Gibson, Sally, ALC 6-7-19 

Krause, Cathy, CH 6-7-18 

McGuin, Carolyn, PLEC 6-7-18 

Onken, Matthew, ID 6-15-18 

Peal, Lynn, SS 6-7-19 

Pick, Angela, CH 6-11-18 

Ritter, David, MV 6-11-18 

Sosa, Jessica, ID 6-7-18 

Tish, Alexandra, SS 6-7-18 

Wong, Wing Tung Phoebe, HV 


return from leave: 

Berger, Kate, TL 5-7-18 

Hammer, Laura, VH 4-16-18 

Hinseth, Alex, MV 4-9-18 

Kortum, Elizabeth, VH 4-30-18 

Kronschnabel, Robert, ID 4-30-18 

Rosenbrook, Gail, SL-K 4-30-18 

Thomson, Emily, Wyn 5-15-18 

request for leave: 

Coulson, Morgan, ID 8-27-18 

thru 11-30-18 approx. 

Hillman, Katherine, REACH 4-18-18 thru 9-3-18 intermittent 

Iverson, Marissa, ID 8-27-18 

thru 1-18-19 approx. 

Kronschnabel, Robert, ID 4-17-18 thru 4-27-18 approx. 

McConnaughay, Ellen, IL 4-20-18 thru 9-3-18 approx. 

McKenzie, Therese, MV 4-11-18 thru 6-11-18 approx. 

Shaw, Diane, MV/ID 9-6-18 

thru 11-21-18 approx. 

Thomson, Emily, Wyn 4-13-18 

thru 4-30-18 approx. 

Weinhagen, Nancy, MV 5-7-18 

thru 8-15-18 approx. 


Kyle, Cara, VH 8-15-18 

Taft, Aaron, PL-K 8-15-18 

Approve expenditures as follows: 

General Fund $2,242,094.57 

Nutrition Services 250,860.20 

Community Service 75,059.45 

Capital Outlay 404,577.95 

Building Construction 445,170.88 

Debt Redemption 850.00 

Trust 1,000.00 

Agency 0.00 

Internal Service 256,379.35 

OPEB Debt Service 0.00 

Total $3,675,992.40 

Bank Wire Transfers: 


Accept the following gifts and extend thanks to the donors: 

Caroline Amplatz for library books at Snail Lake, Sunnyside, Valentine Hills, Chippewa and Mounds View ($85,000) 

Travelers Cyber Grants Inc. for general use at Sunnyside ($104.20)

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

St. Paul Eye Clinic for NHS at Mounds View ($400) 

Byerly’s for the orchestra at Mounds View ($400) 

Wells Fargo Foundation for general use at Mounds View ($1,000) 

Mustang Club for Heart Club books and All Nations flags at Mounds View ($1,250) 

U of M Regents for buses to take Sunnyside 5th graders to Physics Force at U of MN ($244.08) 

St. Paul Area Chamber for the nursing/wellness room at Edgewood ($700) 

Wells Fargo Your Cause LLC for general use at Edgewood ($140) 

Karen Asphaug for the music program at Turtle Lake ($100) 

Matt & Shari Gibson and Carl Sommerer for the scholarship program at the ALC ($3,500) 

Zengri Wang & Susan Li for The Viewer at Mounds View ($400) 

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

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

Ross & Barb Anderson ($500) 

Scott Counihan & Michelle Glood ($1,570 & 117 lbs. of food) 

Lisa & Greg Mattson ($500 & 54 lbs. of food) 

Craig & Sharon Strane ($500) 

Susanne Yerich ($500) 

Abiding Savior Lutheran Church ($2,210 & 1,019 lbs. of food) 

Aldi’s (1,512 lbs. of food) 

Cub Foods Arden Hills (2,857 lbs. of food) 

Cub Foods New Brighton (11,629 lbs. of food) 

Dalco Enterprises ($4,693.31 & 620 lbs. of food) 

Faith United Methodist Church ($900 & 26 lbs. of food) 

Hillyard, Inc. (10,800 lbs. of food) 

Incarnation Lutheran Church ($13,160 & 439 lbs. of food) 

Island Lake PTA ($500) 

Kowalski’s Shoreview (10,870 lbs. of food) 

Lunds & Byerly’s Roseville ($1,000 & 373 lbs. of food) 

Messiah Lutheran Church ($885) 

Michael Anderson Photography ($2,175) 

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church ($2,591 & 5,061 lbs. of food) 

Sunrise United Methodist Church ($949 & 241 lbs. of food) 

Trader Joe’s (24,663 lbs. of food) 

Ruth & James Bowyer ($1,500) 

Rob & Nunciata Covey ($1,000) 

Aminta & Ben Geisler ($500) 

Susan Yerich ($500) 

St. Odilia Catholic Church (2,092 lbs. of food) 

Northern Star Council, BSA ($2,171.14 & 13,784 lbs. of food) 

Turtle Lake Elementary (1,142 lbs. of food) 

Joint Powers Agreement: 

Approve the Ramsey County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative Joint Powers Agreement as presented. 

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

Angie Peschel, Director of Curriculum and Coaches Bethany DeCent, Shannon Roney and Heather Oechsli presented the final report of the District Management Group’s Middle School Literacy Study. Their report included recommendations from the report, along with details about how the District’s curriculum team is responding to the opportunities presented by the DMGroup. Discussion followed. 

John Ward, Assistant Superintendent, presented the resolution placing certified staff on unrequested leave of absence. Motion by Jones, seconded by Helgeson, to adopt the following resolution:


WHEREAS, teachers were proposed for placement on unrequested leave of absence at a regular School Board meeting on April 10, 2018, and 

WHEREAS, all teachers proposed for placement were notified of their right to request a hearing within fourteen (14) days of the proposed placement, and 

WHEREAS, none of the individuals on the attached list requested hearings or rescinded their hearing requests, and 

WHEREAS, the failure to request a hearing is deemed acquiescence to the proposed School Board action, 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that all teachers on the attached list be placed on unrequested leave of absence without pay at the end of the regular school year in August 2018 due to decrease/changes in enrollment, uncertainty of funding, discontinuance of positions, financial limitations, voluntary unrequested leave status and the return from leave of senior teachers, 

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED by the School Board of Independent School District 621 that written notice of the placement of said teachers upon unrequested leave be given to 

said teachers in substantially the following form and provide said teachers with a copy of this resolution: 

May 16, 2018


You are hereby notified that at a meeting of the School Board of Independent School District No. 621 held on May 15, 2018, a resolution was adopted by majority vote of the School Board placing you on unrequested leave of absence as a teacher in Independent School District No. 621 effective June 11, 2018 and without fringe benefits after the end of the regular school year in August 2018, pursuant to Article IX of the 2017-2019 MVEA Master Contract due to decreases/changes in enrollment, uncertainty of funding, discontinuance of positions, financial limitations, voluntary unrequested leave status, and the return from leave of senior teachers. 

A copy of the resolution duly adopted by the School District is attached hereto for your information. 

If a position becomes available in a field in which you are licensed, at any time up to five years after your leave is effective, you may have a right to reinstatement to that position if you have sufficient seniority and proper licensure on file in the District. Your right to reinstatement shall not be in effect for a given year if you fail to file with the Director of Human Resources by April of that year a written statement requesting reinstatement. 

Please keep the School District Human Resources Office advised in writing of your address at all times until your rights have expired, so that the District may notify you of any available positions for which you may qualify. 

Yours very truly, 




Clerk of the School Board 

Attachment A 

Lafeber, Jodie Ann 

Lohr, Ryan 

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

Superintendent Lennox presented a draft of the 2018-2019 District Operational Plan (DOP), the annual administrative work plan of the District. Discussion followed. 

Superintendent Lennox provided an update on the work of North Suburban Post-Secondary Success Consortium (NSPSSC) as outlined in the 2017-2018 District Operational Plan. This was the first year of the NSPSSC which consists of five districts including Mounds View, Columbia Heights, Fridley, Roseville and Spring Lake Park. 

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 8:20 p.m.

Sandra Westerman, Clerk


District 623







May 22, 2018 

These are the abridged minutes from the School Board meeting held on May 22, 2018, which were approved at the June 12, 2018, School Board meeting. 

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

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

Board Members absent: Azer 

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

Reports and Non-Action Items: 

1. The Roseville FireBears Robotics Team and the Roseville Area High School Speech Team were recognized for their achievements in state competitions. 

2. Carrie Ardito, communications supervisor; Dr. Jenny Loeck, director of secondary education; Dr. Alecia Mobley, director of student services; and Kristina Robertson, English Learner program administrator, provided information about district community engagement efforts. 

3. Policy 520: Student Discipline was reviewed as a first reading. 

4. Policy 428: Public and Private Personnel Data was reviewed as a first reading. 

5. A facilities planning update was provided. 

Action Items: 

1. The consent agenda including the minutes of the regular school board meeting on May 8, 2018; payment of bills; resignations, appointments, reductions, adjustments (with the exception of retirements); gifts; the K-12 music plan and purchase; the 7-12 English/Language Arts plan and purchase; and the RiverCentre agreement was approved. 

2. A motion to non-renew the contracts of probationary teachers at the close of the 2017-2018 school year was approved. 

3. A motion to eliminate the positions of non-licensed support staff members at the close of the 2017-2018 school year was approved. 

4. A work study session was scheduled for June 5, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. to discuss facilities planning. 

The meeting was adjourned at 7:59 p.m.

Mike Boguszewski, Clerk


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