Public Notices Nov. 20, 2013 Bulletin Area

Public Notices & Legals published Nov. 20, 2013 in the New Brighton - Mounds View, Shoreview - Arden Hills and St. Anthony Bulletin Area newspapers

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE SS Minnesota, LLC, doing business as Simply Self Storage located at 251 5th St. 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 The sale will take place (unless otherwise withdrawn) via an on-line auction at www.storagebattles.com on December 4th, 2013 beginning at approximately 10:00 AM and concluding on December 11th, 2013 at approximately 10:00 AM. This public sale will result in the goods being sold to the highest bidder. Certain terms and conditions apply. D. Williams #605 mirror, tool box, desk, coffee table (Bulletin: Nov. 20, 27, 2013)


NON-DISCRIMINATION NOTICE Abiding Savior Preschool admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its education policies, admission policies, scholarship program and other school administered programs. Abiding Savior enrolls 3, 4 and 5 year old children. For more information, please call 784-5326 or 784-5120 (Bulletin: Nov. 20, 2013)


CERTIFICATE OF ASSUMED NAME STATE OF MINNESOTA Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333: ASSUMED NAME: Simpler Staffing Solutions PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS: 7925 161st AVE NE, Lake Stevens, WA 98258 NAMEHOLDERS: MLD Holdings LLC, 7925 161st Ave NE, Lake Stevens, WA 98258 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: 11/07/2013 /s/ Carolyn Luedeke (Bulletin: Nov. 20, 27, 2013)


AMENDMENT TO ASSUMED NAME STATE OF MINNESOTA Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333: 1. List the exact assumed name under which the business is or will be conducted: New Flower 2. Principal Place of Business: 3545 Owasso St. #105, Shoreview, MN 55126 3. List the name and complete street address of all persons conducting business under the above Assumed Name: Ras Yirehmiel Yakob Tafari, 3545 Owasso St. #105, Shoreview, MN 55126 4. This certificate is an amendment of Certificate of Assumed Name File Number: 2048697-2 Originally filed on: 10/10/2006 Under the name: Mystic Scent 5. 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: 9-4-13 /s/ Ras Yirehmiel Yakob Tafari (Bulletin: Nov. 20, 27, 2013)


Arden Hills

STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF RAMSEY CITY OF ARDEN HILLS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR A PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) AMENDMENT PLANNING CASE 13-021 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Wednesday, December 4, 2013, at 6:30 p.m., the Arden Hills Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing for an application from Boston Scientific Corporation for a Planned Unit Development (PUD) Amendment to allow a building addition to the west side of the existing building #14 at 4100 Hamline Avenue North. The proposed addition would be used to house mechanical equipment. The proposed structure would be onestory in height (approximately 22 feet) to match the existing roof line with approximately 1,350 square feet of floor space. The property is located at 4100 Hamline Avenue North, which is generally situated to the north of County Road F, south of Cummings Park Drive, east of Highway 51/Hamline Avenue and west of Lexington Avenue. The application and all documentation are on file and available for inspection at Arden Hills City Hall, 1245 West Highway 96, Arden Hills, MN 55112. A report evaluating this application will be available for viewing at City Hall and online at www.cityofardenhills.org/ agendacenter approximately one week prior to the public hearing. If the Planning Commission makes a recommendation regarding this application, the City Council will likely review the decision at their December 30, 2013, or January 13, 2014, meeting. This notice is given pursuant to Section 1355 of the Zoning Code in the Arden Hills Code of Ordinances. Any person in favor of, opposed to, or interested in said application will be heard by the Planning Commission at the time and place above stated. Written comments can also be sent to City Hall. Dated at Arden Hills, Minnesota, this 15th day of November, 2013. Ryan Streff City Planner 651.792.7828 (Bulletin: Nov. 20, 2013)


St. Anthony

CITY OF SAINT ANTHONY VILLAGE STATE OF MINNESOTA ORDINANCE NO. 2013-04 AN INTERIM ORDINANCE IMPOSING A MORATORIUM ON THE CREATION, ESTABLISHMENT OR OPERATION OF BUSINESSES THAT SELL ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES AND ON THE SAMPLING OF ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES AND RELATED PRODUCTS IN BUSINESSES The City Council of the City of Saint Anthony Village (the “City”) ordains as follows: Section 1. Recitals. a. The City Council has the power to adopt ordinances to provide for the government and good order of the city; the prevention of crime; the protection of public and private property; the benefit of trade and commerce; and the promotion of health, safety, order, convenience and the general welfare. b. Pursuant to Minnesota law authorizing cities to regulate tobacco, tobacco products and tobacco related devices, sections 111.045 through 111.057 of the City Code regulate the sale, possession and use of tobacco, tobacco products and tobacco related devices. The purpose of these regulations is to enforce and further existing laws, to protect minors against the serious effects associated with the illegal use of such substances and devices, to protect individuals from secondhand smoke and to further the official public policy of the State of Minnesota. c. Section 111.057 of the City Code prohibits the smoking of tobacco, tobacco products and tobacco related devices in all retail establishments. d. Section 152.121 of the Zoning Code allows for the permitted use of pipe and tobacco shops in the City’s commercial zoning district. The Zoning Code, however, does not specifically regulate or reference businesses that sell e-cigarettes or allow the use of e-cigarettes on their premises. e. Electronic cigarettes, commonly known as e-cigarettes, and other similar devices provide new methods for nicotine delivery. Such devices heat a liquid infused with nicotine and other ingredients, and the vapor is inhaled and exhaled like tobacco smoke. Some, but not all, of these devices contain tobacco. Although not currently reflective of the status quo of the City, e-cigarettes and the liquid products are sometimes sold at locations where customers are permitted to “sample” the products on site before purchasing them. f. The State of Minnesota’s only current regulation of e-cigarettes is Minnesota Statutes section 609.6855, which prohibits their sale to persons under the age of 18. Minnesota cities’ regulation of ecigarettes varies widely, including some cities prohibiting their use in all public places and others treating the sale of e-cigarettes the same as the sale of tobacco products. g. The use and sale of e-cigarettes are recent developments, and further study and consideration of potential effects that they might have on the public’s health, safety, order, convenience and general welfare is required to ensure that any negative impacts can be addressed and mitigated. h. Under Minnesota Statutes section 462.355, subd. 4, if a city has authorized a study to be conducted for the purpose of considering amendments to its official controls, the governing body of the city may adopt an interim ordinance for the purpose of protecting the planning process and the health, safety and welfare of its citizens. The interim ordinance may regulate, restrict or prohibit any use, development or subdivision within the city or any portion thereof for a period not to exceed one year from the date it is effective. Section 2. Moratorium Imposed. For the purpose of protecting the planning process while the City is conducting a study for the purpose of considering amendments to the City’s official controls, including the Zoning Code, with respect to the regulation of e-cigarettes and similar devices, a moratorium is imposed on the creation, establishment or operation of any business in the City that sells e-cigarettes or the liquid products used in them other than those businesses that have current valid tobacco licenses as of the effective date of this Interim Ordinance. Further, a moratorium is hereby imposed on any business currently licensed to sell tobacco that also sells e-cigarettes from allowing on-site sampling of e-cigarettes and related products. This moratorium shall remain in effect for a period of one year after the effective date of this Interim Ordinance unless earlier terminated by the City Council. The term of this Interim Ordinance and the moratorium issued hereby may be extended for a reasonable period of time by Ordinance as may be necessary to complete the City’s authorized study and to adopt any necessary modifications to the City’s official controls. Section 3. Severability. Every section, provision, or part of this Interim Ordinance is declared severable from every other section, provision, or part, and if any portion of this Interim Ordinance is held invalid or unenforceable by a Court of competent jurisdiction, it shall not invalidate any other section, provision or part of this Interim Ordinance. Section 4. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall be effective as of its adoption. PASSED AND DULY ADOPTED 12th day of November, 2013, by the City Council of the City of Saint Anthony Village. CITY OF SAINT ANTHONY VILLAGE By: /s/ Jerome O. Faust, Mayor ATTEST: By: /s/ Barbara J. Suciu, City Clerk (Bulletin: Nov. 20, 2013)


CITY OF SAINT ANTHONY VILLAGE STATE OF MINNESOTA ORDINANCE NO. 2013-05 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER §152.176, §152.179 AND §152.180 PERTAINING TO ACCESSORY BUILDINGS AND DRIVEWAYS The City Council of the City of Saint Anthony Village ordains as follows: § 152.176 ACCCESSORY BUILDINGS. (A). In yards. No detached accessory buildings may be located within any yard other than the rear yard, except that garages may be located in side yards. (B). Minimum setback. The wall of an accessory buildings shall not be located less than five (5) feet from any property line and in no case shall any eave or other portion of any accessory building be located within 3 feet of any property line, except as provided in division (L) below. (C). Accessory buildings attached. If an accessory building is attached to the principal building, it will be considered a part of the principal building and must comply with all setbacks and other requirements applicable to the principal building. (D). Setback from principal building. Unless attached to and made a part of the principal building, no eave or other portion of an accessory building may be closer than 5 feet from any eave or other portion of a principal building, except as may be provided in division (L) below. (E). Design. All accessory buildings constructed after the construction of the principal building must be designed and constructed in a manner consistent with the design and general appearance of the principal building. Accessory buildings constructed primarily of canvas, plastic fabric, or other similar non-permanent building materials shall be prohibited. (F). Height. (1) Residential Districts. A detached accessory building, accessory to a principal use located in a residence district shall not exceed the height of the principal building or fifteen (15) feet, whichever is less. The maximum height to the highest point on a roof shall not exceed twenty (20) feet. (2) Commercial or Industrial Districts. No accessory building in a commercial or industrial district shall exceed the height of the principal building except by conditional use permit. (G). Number of buildings. A maximum of two individual accessory buildings per lot, including detached garages, shall be allowed in all zoning districts. Landscape features, such as statuary and the like; easily movable seasonal temporary structures not intended to remain erected for 12 months, such as party tents and the like; and backyard play equipment, such as swing sets, trampolines, slides, and the like, shall not count towards the number of permitted accessory buildings as provided in this division. (H). Size. (1) One- and Two-Family Dwellings. The maximum floor area of one accessory building or combination of two buildings in the R21, R1-A, and R2 districts shall not exceed 750 square feet in area or 80% of the area of the principal building, whichever is less. (2) Attached and Multi-family Buildings. Attached and multi-family buildings in the R3 and R4 districts are allowed one storage or maintenance building and one garden shed per complex, plus detached garage structures as needed. (3) In all residential districts, one accessory building in addition to any detached garage may be permitted, except that it shall not exceed 120 square feet in area if a detached garage exists on the same lot. (I). Garage door openings. Garage door openings shall be limited in height to 8 feet as measured from the driveway apron at the door opening. (J). Building standards. All accessory buildings in excess of 120 square feet shall be constructed to the standards of the Minnesota State Building Code. The architectural appearance of accessory buildings should be visually compatible with the principal building relative to color, materials, and form. (K). Accessory buildings without a Principal Building. No accessory building or structure shall be constructed on any lot prior to the time of construction of the principal building to which it is an accessory unless authorized through an agreement as prepared by the City Attorney and approved by the City Council. (L). Garage setback permit. A garage which will cover an area of no more than 576 square feet may be located within the side setbacks and/or rear setbacks if a setback permit has been issued for the garage under the following provisions of this section. (1) Application for a setback permit must be made in writing on forms provided by the City Manager and must be filed with the City Manager, together with a filing fee in the amount required under Chapter 33. The application must include a survey showing the proposed location of the building and the buildings on the property adjoining the setback in question. The application must also address the other matters to be considered by the Planning Commission and City Council, as set forth in division (B) above. The permit application will be considered by the Planning Commission and City Council, and notice of the hearing will be given, all in the same manner as provided in § 152.243 for conditional use permits. After the hearing by the Planning Commission, the City Council will grant or deny the permit, stating its reasons for doing so. (2) In granting or denying the setback permit, the City Council will consider the proximity of the garage to any buildings on the adjoining property, the extent of vegetation or other screening on the subject property and the adjoining property, the effect of the garage on the light and visibility available to the adjoining property, modification to/or blockage of drainage ways, matters of fire safety, the existing garages on the adjoining property, the ability to locate garages elsewhere on the subject property, and any other matters which may be relevant to the degree of encroachment into the setback. (3) If a setback permit is granted, it will run with the title to the property for which it was granted so long as the garage for which it was granted continues to exist. If that building is destroyed or removed, the permit will automatically expire. (1993 Code, § 1650.02) Penalty, see § 10.99 (M). Driveways. Driveways shall be required for doorway openings meeting or exceeding 8 feet wide by 7 feet tall. All driveways must meet the standards as outlined in §152.179. (N). Accessory Dwelling Units. Detached accessory buildings shall be prohibited from containing complete independent living facilities (accessory dwelling units), which would include permanent provisions for living, sleeping, eating, and sanitation. (O). Drainage and Utility Easements. No part of an accessory building shall extend into a drainage and utility easement or any required setback. (P). Permit Requirements. A zoning permit shall be required for all accessory buildings less than 120 square feet in area. All accessory buildings over 120 square feet shall require a building permit. A fee as determined from time to time by the City Council shall be required to process the permit. § 152.179 PARKING. (C) Residential driveways. All residentially zoned properties must comply with the following regulations. (1) Driveway width. Residential driveways installed or modified after the date of adoption of the ordinance shall comply with the following standards: (a) Driveways with a single driveway approach shall not exceed 40% of the width of the lot up to a maximum of 36 feet, whichever dimension is the smaller provided the driveway between the curb and right of way line does not exceed 28 feet in width. (b) Circular driveways with driveway approach cuts serving the same lot shall not exceed the maximum 36 feet when both driveway approaches are combined. (2) Driveway setback. Residential driveways enlarged or reconfigured after the date of Ordinance adoptions, shall be set back a minimum of 5 feet from the property lines, unless otherwise authorized by the City Engineer or Public Works Director in which case a driveway may be located a minimum of 3 feet from the property lines. (3) Required surface material. All driveways and parking areas shall be of a hard surface. Hard surfaced areas shall consist of a durable material such as concrete, bituminous or pavers, but not including gravel or crushed rock. (4) Parking area. One 400 square foot hard surface parking area adjacent to a garage or driveway for parking purposes shall be permitted. Such area shall not be located in front of the living area of the dwelling. The parking area shall be set back at least 10 feet from the corner side property lines and 5 feet from the interior property line, unless otherwise authorized by the City Engineer or Public Works Director in which case a parking area may be located a minimum of 3 feet from the interior property line. (5) Permit requirements. All new driveways, alterations, or additions to existing driveways (not including pavement overlay or seal coating) shall require the issuance of a zoning permit. A fee as determined from time to time by the City Council shall be required to process the permit. § 152.180 CURB CUTS. The City Council has the authority to limit the curb cuts serving a property or properties where the City Council deems it appropriate for safety reasons due to the traffic on abutting streets. No curb cut to a parking area may be more than 28 feet in width or as otherwise regulated by the County or State agency. Curb cuts on any 1 street must be at least 30 feet apart, unless curb cuts are to be used for 1-way traffic only and clearly designated as such, and except that residential driveways may be closer as long as they meet the requirements as designated in 152.180, C. No C or LI use may have a curb cut within 30 feet of any residential district boundary, unless it is located across a street from the residential district boundary. Section Two. Findings for Amending the City of Saint Anthony Village City Sections §152.176, §152.179 and §152.180. In amending Sections §152.176, §152.179, and §152.180 of the City of Saint Anthony Village City Code relating to the regulations of accessory buildings and driveways, the City Council of the City of Saint Anthony Village finds that the amendment is required for the public good; is in the interest of public health, safety and welfare; and is compatible with the City’s Comprehensive Plan. Section Three. Effective Date. This Ordinance amendment shall be in full force and effect upon its publication as provided by law. Passed in regular session of the City Council on the 12th day of November, 2013. CITY OF SAINT ANTHONY VILLAGE By: /s/ Jerome O. Faust, Mayor ATTEST: By: /s/ Barbara J. Suciu, City Clerk (Bulletin: Nov. 20, 2013)


Shoreview

CITY OF SHOREVIEW NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT OF AERATION SYSTEM TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the City of Shoreview will commence operation of the pond aeration system located within the Shoreview Community Center Pond the week of December 2, 2013. The Shoreview Community Center Pond is located northeast of the Shoreview Community Center, which is located at 4600 Victoria Street North in Shoreview, Minnesota. (Bulletin: Nov. 20, 27, 2013)


SHOREVIEW BUDGET AND PROPERTY TAX LEVY The Shoreview City Council will hold a public hearing on its budget and on the amount of property taxes it is proposing to collect to pay for the cost of services the city will provide in 2014. Budget and tax levy information is available on the City’s website, at city hall, or by request. All Shoreview City residents are invited to attend the Council’s public hearing to express their opinions on the budget and proposed amount of 2014 property taxes. The hearing will be held on: Monday, December 2, at 7:00 p.m. Shoreview City Hall Council Chambers 4600 Victoria Street North, Shoreview, MN 55126 651-490-4600 Written comments may also be submitted to: City of Shoreview, Finance Director’s Office, 4600 Victoria Street North, Shoreview, MN 55126 (Bulletin: Nov. 20, 2013)


CITY OF SHOREVIEW NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Shoreview Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, December 3, 2013 in the City Council Chambers at the Shoreview City Hall, 4600 Victoria Street North, Shoreview, Minnesota to consider a preliminary plat and rezoning for a single-family residential development. APPLICANT: Pulte Group – Minnesota Division LOCATION: 5878 Lexington Avenue PROPOSAL: To rezone the property from UND, Urban Underdeveloped to R1, Detached Residential and divide the property into 25 lots and an Outlot for singlefamily residential development. Persons who want to comment on this proposal are invited to attend this hearing. Please call the Shoreview Department of Community Development (651-490- 4680) after Monday, November 25th to find out where this item will be located on the meeting agenda. The meeting will also be cable cast on Channel 16. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL /S/ Terry C. Schwerm City Manager (Bulletin: Nov. 20, 2013)


CITY OF SHOREVIEW NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Shoreview Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, December 3, 2013 in the City Council Chambers at the Shoreview City Hall, 4600 Victoria Street North, Shoreview, Minnesota to consider a Comprehensive Plan Amendment, Rezoning, Preliminary Plat and Planned Unit Development – Development Stage for a high density senior housing development. APPLICANT: United Properties Residential, LLC LOCATION: 4785 Hodgson Road and 506 Tanglewood Drive PROPOSAL: To develop the properties identified above with a high density senior residential development. The following applications will be considered by the Planning Commission at the public hearing: 1) Comprehensive Plan Amendment – changing the designated land use from O, Office and RL, Low Density Residential to SR, Senior Residential 2) Rezoning – changing the zoning designation from OFC, Office and R1, Detached Residential to PUD, Planned Unit Development 3) Preliminary Plat – to plat the property into one parcel 4) Planned Unit Development – Development Stage - to develop the property with a 3-story 77 unit high density senior cooperative residential building Persons who want to comment on this proposal are invited to attend this hearing. Please call the Shoreview Department of Community Development (651-490- 4680) after Monday, November 25th to find out where this item will be located on the meeting agenda. The meeting will also be cable cast on Channel 16. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL /S/ Terry C. Schwerm City Manager (Bulletin: Nov. 20, 2013)


District 621 NOTICE OF BUDGET PUBLICATION INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 621 To view the 2013-2014 revenue and expenditure budgets for all funds and a link to the Minnesota Department of Education’s report card please go to the Budget and Finance section of our website at: www.moundsviewschools.org (Bulletin: Nov. 20, 2013)


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 Jon Tynjala, Chair, at 7:00 p.m., October 22, 2013. Meeting was duly held at the Snail Lake Education Center, 350 Highway 96 W, Shoreview, MN 55126. Present: Helgeson, Jones, Madsen, Sager, Sjobeck, Tynjala, Westerman Superintendent Dan Hoverman Irondale student representative Mounds View student representative Absent: None Motion by Helgeson, seconded by Sager, to adopt the agenda as printed. Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion carried. Student representative reports: Irondale – Sports, Trick-or-Canning, National Honor Society Mounds View – Sports, Food Drive No one registered to speak at Open Forum. Announcements were made concerning gifts and meeting dates. Superintendent’s report: • World’s Best Workforce Initiative legislation Motion by Sjobeck, seconded by Sager, to take action on the consent agenda as follows: Approve minutes: Approve the minutes of October 8, 2013 as printed. Approve personnel changes as follows: new hire: effective Conrad, Julie, BA, 10-21-13 Rodriguez, Christi, PLEC, 11-12-13 Rudnick, Keri, HV, 10-21-13 rehire: Bjorkland, Carole, PL, 10-1-13 Klum, Cyndi, SS, 10-7-13 Rutz, Tricia, PW, 10-11-13 Walters, Nathan, HV, 10-7-13 resignation: Andersen, Wayne, HV, 10-16-13 Beck, Lawrence, ID, 10-31-13 Bjorkland, Carol, PL, 6-9-14 Brown, Joel, HV, 10-4-13 Oberg, Ashley, ECEC, 6-16-13 Stainbrook, Eric, HV, 10-15-13 transfer: Brown, Joel, HV, 10-7-13 Ritzema, Jonathan, HV, 9-26-13 retirement: Campbell, Leeann, PLEC, 12-19-13 request for leave: Carlson, Jennifer, MV, 10-9-13 thru 11-6-13 approx. Herrick, Linda, IIL, 9-3-13 thru unknown Richardson, Angela, ECEC, 3-7-14 thru 6-9-14 approx. return from leave: Squires, Jeremy, HV, 10-7-13 Accept the following gifts and extend thanks to the donors: Sarah Taffee for the Drama Dept. at Mounds View ($600) Thomson Reuters for the pool project at Chippewa ($500) Juei Chang for Science Olympia at Mounds View ($500) Heather & Jeff Lohman, Jennifer & Timothy Clark, David & Rebecca Morrisette and Catherine & Patrick Egan for Valentine Hills Laurentian field trip ($200) Chippewa families for 8th grade STEAM field trip ($265) Ruby Marvin for the Angel Fund at Edgewood ($500) Brightondale Assisted Living for classroom supplies at Sunnyside ($256) Target Take Charge of Education for general use at Turtle Lake ($11,878.13) Marlys & Richard Sjoblom for general use at Sunnyside ($10) Peacemaker Minnesota to promote positive learning environment at Sunnyside ($800) Books from Partners for Classroom Technology for use at Pinewood School supplies from the Mounds View Lions for use at Pinewood 60 gallons of ice cream from The Village Scoop for Meet Your Teacher Open House at Chippewa Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion carried. Superintendent Hoverman provided an update on Mounds View District student participation in the Northwest suburban Integration School District magnet programs as well as the status of the STEAM magnet program at Edgewood Middle School. Discussion followed. Angie Peschel, Director of Curriculum & Instruction, provided an update on the progress of the teacher appraisal system updates and talked about adjustments being made to the tools that were created to help in the process. Discussion followed. Karl Brown, Director of Community Ed & Technology, provided an update on the Visitor Management System being used to track and screen visitors and provided an overview of building visitor traffic and statistics for the start of the 2013- 2014 school year. Discussion followed. Board member Sager reported on 916 and member Sjobeck reported on AMSD. As liaisons to schools and on committees, Board members reported on upcoming events. Meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m. Lisa Sjobeck, Clerk

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