Public Notices October 1, 2017 East Side Review

Public Notices, Foreclosure Notices & Legal Notices published October 1, 2017 in the East Side Review covering the East Side communities of St. Paul.

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CITY OF MENDOTA HEIGHTS

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING FOR RIGHT-OFWAY

VACATION

September 20, 2017

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that the

City Council of the City of Mendota

Heights will meet at 7:00 o’clock P.M.,

or as soon as possible thereafter, on

Tuesday, October 17, 2017, in the

City Hall Council Chambers, 1101

Victoria Curve, Mendota Heights,

MN to consider a request for a

vacation of right-of-way as described

as follows:

The 60 foot right-of-way identified

as Rogers Avenue, part of the

Caroline’s Lake View plat, Dakota

County, Minnesota between Wagon

Wheel Trail and Rogers Lake. The

centerline of said easement is

described as follows.

Rogers Avenue between Lot 16 of

Caroline’s Lake View and that part of

Section 35, Township 28, Range 23,

further described as the south 535

feet of the north 990 feet of the west

182 feet of the northeast quarter

south of Wagon Wheel Trail.

This notice is pursuant to Chapter

5 of the Mendota Heights City

Code. Such persons that desire

to be heard with reference to the

proposed vacation will be heard at

this meeting.

Auxiliary aids for disabled persons

are available upon request at least

120 hours in advance. If a notice of

less than 120 hours is received, the

City of Mendota Heights will make

every attempt to provide the aids,

however, this may not be possible

on short notice. Please contact City

Administration at 651-452-1850 with

requests.

(South-West Review: Sept. 24, Oct.

1, 2017)

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STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF DAKOKA

DISTRICT COURT

FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Court File Number:

19HA-CV-17-3105

Case Type: Name Change

NOTICE OF HEARING BY

PUBLICATION

(Minor Name Change)

Minn. Stat. § 259.10

In the Matter of the Application of:

April Gayle Arnold

On Behalf of:

Emmersyn Faith Eue

For a Change of Name to:

Emmersyn Faith Arnold

TO: Travis James Eue

2236 Lower Afton Rd. E. #332

St. Paul MN 55119

An Application for Name Change

has been filed by April Arnold for

a change of name for the minor

child(ren) Emmersyn Faith Eue to

Emmersyn Faith Arnold. A hearing

on this Application will be held at

1560 Highway 55, Hastings, MN

55033 on October 23, 2017 at 9:00

a.m.

You may obtain a copy of the

Application for Name Change from

1560 Highway 55, Hastings, MN

55033.

If you do not appear at the

scheduled hearing, the Petitioner’s

Application for a Name Change for

the minor child(ren) may be granted.

Dated: 9-6-17

Heidi J. Carstensen

Court Administrator

By: /s/ Lisa Velasco

Deputy

(South-West Review: Sept. 24, Oct.

1, 8, 2015)

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION

The following vehicle(s) will be sold

at Public Auction on Oct. 16, 2017 at

2 p.m. at 1467 Case Ave. St. Paul,

MN 55106, 612-414-0752, to satisfy

storage charges and repair costs per

Statute 514:

1995 Harley Davidson Dyna VIN

1HD1GEL15SY311198, Scott Novick

& Marie Ann Malkush and Royal

Credit Union and Eckberg Lammers

for total of $8,056.75.

2002 Harley Davidson Dyna

VIN: 1HD1GEV312Y305574, Eric

Kuechle and Eaglemak Savings

Bank for total of $7,800.00

2005 Harley Davidson Springer VIN:

1HD1BLY125Y055893, Jennifer Igo

for total of $46,914.39

(East Side Review: Sept. 24, Oct. 1,

8, 2017)

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the

Planning Commission of Inver Grove

Heights will meet on TUESDAY,

OCTOBER 17, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in

the City Council Chambers, located

at 8150 Barbara Avenue, Inver Grove

Heights, MN to consider the request

for FRANK RAUSCHNOT - CASE

NO. 17-47CV. This request involves

property located at 6751Cahill

Avenue, identified as PID No. 20-

00400-77-050.

The request consists of:

- A Conditional Use Permit to

expand a non-conforming structure

up to 30% of its gross floor area; and

- A Variance to exceed a 30%

expansion of a non-conforming

structure; and

All written and oral statements will

be considered at the public hearing

and all those desiring to be heard

will be heard at the public hearing.

Plans are available for public review

at the City Hall offices during normal

business hours and on the City of

Inver Grove Heights website (www.

invergroveheights.org). If you have

questions on the request, please call

the Planning Department at 651-450-

2545.

Michelle Tesser, City Clerk

(South-West Review: Oct. 1, 2017)

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CITY OF INVER GROVE

HEIGHTS

DAKOTA COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

ORDINANCE NO. 1342

AN ORDINANCE REPEALING

TITLE 10, CHAPTER 5,

SECTION 11 OF THE INVER

GROVE HEIGHTS CITY CODE

AND ENACTING TITLE 5,

CHAPTER 5, SECTION 11

RELATED TO PREDATORY

OFFENDER RESIDENCY

RESTRICTIONS

THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE

CITY OF INVER GROVE HEIGHTS

ORDAINS AS FOLLOWS:

Section One. Repeal. Title 10,

Chapter 5, Section 11 of the Inver

Grove Heights City Code is hereby

repealed in its entirety.

Section Two. Enactment. Title 5,

Chapter 5, Section 11 of the Inver

Grove Heights City code is hereby

enacted as follows:

5-5-11: Predatory Offender

Residency:

A.Findings and Intent.

1. Repeat sexual offenders, sexual

offenders who use physical violence,

and sexual offenders who prey on

children are sexual predators who

present an extreme threat to public

safety. Current information indicates

that such predatory offenders are

likely to use physical violence and

to repeat their offenses, and most

predatory offenders commit many

offenses, have many more victims

than are ever reported, and are

prosecuted for only a fraction of

their crimes. The cost of predatory

offender victimization to society at

large, while not precisely calculable,

is steep.

2. It is the intent of this Section to

serve the City’s compelling interest

to promote, protect and improve

the health, safety and welfare of the

citizens of the City by creating areas

around locations where children

regularly congregate in concentrated

numbers wherein certain predatory

offenders are prohibited from

establishing temporary or permanent

residences.

3. The Inver Grove Heights City

Council has determined that it is

necessary and in the public interest

to impose a permanent ordinance

limiting the residency locations of

designated predatory offenders

within the city.

B. Definitions: The following words,

terms, and phrases, when used in

this section, shall have the meanings

ascribed to them in this subsection,

except where the context clearly

indicates a different meaning:

DESIGNATED PREDATORY

OFFENDER: Any person who

has been convicted, adjudicated

delinquent, or convicted as an

extended jurisdiction juvenile of

an offense identified in Minnesota

Statutes Section 243.166, subd. 1b,

or a similar offense under the laws of

another state, requiring the offender

to register with the Department

of Corrections and who has been

assigned a risk level of III (referred

to as a Level III Predatory Offender)

pursuant to Minnesota Statutes

Section 244.052; or any person who

otherwise is required to register with

the Department of Corrections and

has been assigned a risk level of III

(referred to as a Level III Predatory

Offender).

LEARNING CENTER: A public or

nonpublic learning center dedicated

to providing individualized instruction

and enhanced academic learning

skills, study skills, homework

support, and test preparation for

college entrance and state exams.

A learning center primarily serves

students in primary and secondary

education, but may also include preschool

age education.

LIBRARY: The Inver Glen Library or

any other public library as defined in

Minnesota Statutes Section 134.001.

LICENSED CHILDCARE CENTER:

A child care center or family child

care program licensed by Dakota

County or the State of Minnesota.

PERMANENT RESIDENCE:

A place where a person abides,

lodges, or resides for fourteen (14)

or more consecutive days.

PUBLIC PARK: An improved or

unimproved public park owned by

the city of Inver Grove Heights,

Dakota County, a school district or

other governmental entity.

RELIGIOUS FACILITY: A church

or other place of worship which

provides programming for minors,

or is improved with an outdoor area

designed, equipped, and set aside

primarily for children’s play.

SCHOOL: A public or nonpublic

preschool, elementary school,

secondary school, high school

or college (including Inver Hills

Community College).

TEMPORARY RESIDENCE: 1.) A

place where a person abides, lodges,

or resides for a period of fourteen

(14) or more days in the aggregate

during any calendar year and which

is not the person’s permanent

address; or 2.) A place where the

person routinely abides, lodges, or

resides for a period of four (4) or

more consecutive or nonconsecutive

days in any month and which is not

the person’s permanent residence.

C. Permanent Residency

Regulations For Designated

Predatory Offenders:

1. It shall be unlawful for any

designated predatory offender to

establish a permanent or temporary

residence on a parcel where any

portion of the parcel lies within one

thousand feet (1,000’) of any school,

learning center, licensed childcare

facility, religious facility, public park,

or library.

2. For purposes of determining

the minimum distance separation

required by this section, the

requirement shall be measured by

following a straight line from the

outer property line of the property

where the permanent or temporary

residence of the designated

predatory offender is located to the

nearest outer property line of the

school, learning center, licensed

childcare facility, religious facility,

public park, or library property.

3. A designated predatory offender

residing within a prohibited area as

described in this section does not

commit a violation of this section if

any of the following apply:

a. The person established the

permanent residence or temporary

residence and reported and

registered the residence pursuant

to Minnesota statutes, sections

243.166 and 243.167 or a successor

statute, prior to September 25, 2017;

b. The person was a minor when

he or she committed the offense and

was not convicted as an adult;

c. The person is a minor;

d. The school, learning center,

licensed childcare facility, religious

facility, public park, or library within

one thousand feet (1,000’) of the

person’s permanent residence or

temporary residence was opened

after the person established the

permanent residence or temporary

residence and reported and

registered the residence pursuant

to Minnesota statutes, sections

243.166 and 243.167, or a successor

statute; or

e. The residence is a property

purchased, leased, or contracted

with and licensed by the Minnesota

Department of Corrections prior to

September 25, 2017.

D.Penalty And Enforcement:

1. A violation of this section shall

be a misdemeanor. In addition, the

city may enforce this section by

mandamus, injunction, and other

appropriate remedy in any court of

competent jurisdiction.

Section Three. Effective Date.

Since this Ordinance has been

the subject of a public hearing, the

Council, by unanimous vote of all of

its members, does hereby ordain,

pursuant to City Code Sections 1-2-

3(D) and (G), that Section 1-2-3(E)

of the City Code is suspended and

that after passage of this Ordinance,

the effective date of this Ordinance

shall be the date that this Ordinance

is published in the City’s official

newspaper, rather than five days

thereafter.

Passed this 25th day of September,

2017.

George Tourville, Mayor

Attest:

Michelle Tesser, City Clerk

(South-West Review: Oct. 1, 2017)

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CITY OF INVER GROVE

HEIGHTS

DAKOTA COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:

The City of Inver Grove Heights will

hold a public hearing on October 9,

2017 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council

Chambers, 8150 Barbara Avenue

to consider the application for a

Commercial Kennel (dog) License

at 8365 Delaney Circle East, Inver

Grove Heights, Minnesota.

All Interested persons will be heard

at this meeting.

Michelle Tesser, City Clerk

(South-West Review: Oct. 1, 2017)

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CITY OF INVER GROVE

HEIGHTS

DAKOTA COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:

The City of Inver Grove Heights will

hold a public hearing on October 9,

2017 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council

Chambers, 8150 Barbara Avenue

to approve new officers for the 3.2

Off Sale liquor license businesses

of Northern Tier Retail, LLC dba

SuperAmerica #4548, located at

5728 Bishop Ave, Inver Grove

Heights, Minnesota and Northern

Tier Retail LLC dba SuperAmerica

#4411, located at 7501 Concord Blvd,

Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota.

All Interested persons will be heard

at this meeting.

Michelle Tesser, City Clerk

(South-West Review: Oct. 1, 2017)

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CITY OF SOUTH ST. PAUL

DAKOTA COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF HEARING

ON PROPOSED SPECIAL

ASSESSMENTS

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that the City

Council of South St. Paul, MN will

meet in the City Council Chambers

at South St. Paul City Hall, 125 Third

Avenue North, South St. Paul, MN

at 7:15 on MONDAY, OCTOBER

16, 2017 to consider, pass upon,

and levy the proposed special

assessments for improvements as

follows:

2017 Bituminous Removal &

Replacement

A. Grand Ave. – Concord St. N. to

Hardman Ave.

B. BridgePoint Dr. – Grand Ave. to

BridgePoint Court

C. Concord Exchange N. – Grand

Ave. to Concord St. N.

D. 5th Ave. N. – 3rd St. N. to Grand

Ave.

E. 15th Ave. N. – Bryant Ave. to

Hawley Ave.

F. 16th Ave. N. – Bromley St. to

Hawley Ave.

G. Hawley Ave. – 16th Ave. N. to

Summit Ave.

GENERAL NATURE OF

IMPROVEMENTS:

Bituminous removal and

replacement with 2.5” bituminous

base course and 1.5” bituminous

wear course, miscellaneous

concrete curb and gutter removal

and replacement, miscellaneous

subgrade correction, restoration and

appurtenances.

AREA PROPOSED TO BE

ASSESSED:

Property abutting on aforementioned

improvement.

TOTAL AMOUNT OF PROPOSED

ASSESSMENT:

The total amount of the

proposed special assessments

for the improvements and related

appurtenances is $462,074.49.

ASSESSMENT ROLL AVAILABLE

FOR INSPECTION:

The proposed assessment rolls

are now on file for public inspection

at the City Engineer’s Office, 125

Third Avenue North, South St. Paul,

MN. You are invited to examine the

assessment rolls prior to hearing.

City offices are open from 8:00 to

4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday.

No appointments are necessary.

The assessment rolls will also be

available for examination at the

hearing.

OBJECTIONS AND APPEALS:

Written and oral objections will

be considered at the hearing.

Minnesota Statute, Section 429.061,

states that no appeal may be taken

as to the amount of the assessment

unless a written objection, signed

by the affected property owner,

is filed with the municipal clerk

prior to the assessment hearing or

presented to the presiding officer at

the hearing. An owner may appeal

an assessment to the District Court

pursuant to Minnesota Statute,

Section 429.081, by serving notice

of the appeal upon the Mayor or

the Clerk of the City within thirty

(30) days after the adoption of the

assessment and filing such notice

with the District Court within ten (10)

days after service upon the Mayor or

the Clerk.

SENIOR CITIZEN DEFERMENT:

Under Minnesota Statutes, Section

435.193 to 435.195, the South

St. Paul City Council may, in its

discretion, defer the payment of

these special assessments for any

homestead property owned by a

person 65 years of age or older for

whom it would be hardship to make

the payments. When deferment of

the special assessments has been

granted and is terminated for any

reason provided by law, all amounts

accumulated, plus applicable interest,

become due. Any assessed property

owner meeting the requirements

of this law and Ordinance No. 746,

adopted under it, may apply to the

City Clerk on the prescribed form for

such deferral of payments of these

special assessments. If you qualify

and wish a deferment, then contact

the City Clerk at (651)554-3204.

AUTHORITY TO SPECIALLY

ASSESS:

The proposed assessments are to

be levied pursuant to the Minnesota

Statutes, Chapter 429. The

improvements are proposed to be

assessed on an area, lot or frontage

basis, or combination of these

methods, against properties abutting

or tributary to said improvements.

The areas, parcels, lots and

pieces of property, as specifically

described herein, are subject to said

assessments. The amounts set

forth in this Notice are the proposed

assessments. The City Council may

levy and adopt special assessments

that are the same or different than

the proposed amounts.

PAYMENT OF SPECIAL

ASSESSMENT:

Once the special assessments

are levied and adopted, the special

assessment will be certified to

the Dakota County Auditor to be

extended on the property tax lists

for collection with real estate taxes.

Prior to this certification, however,

the property owner may prepay

the special assessment without

any interest thereon provided the

prepayment is received within thirty

(30) days after levy and adoption

of the special assessments by

the City Council. If the property

owner wishes to prepay the special

assessments without any interest,

then such payment must be made

to the City of South St. Paul at 125

Third Avenue North, South St. Paul,

MN 55075.

If prepayment is not received within

thirty (30) days after the special

assessments are levied and adopted

by the City Council, then:

a.) the total principal amounts of

the special assessments are divided

into an equal number of annual

installments. The proposed number

of annual installments are ten (10).

The number of annual installments

will be decided by City Council when

the special assessments are levied.

b.) the principal amounts of the

special assessments shall bear

interest at the rate determined by

the City Council when the special

assessments are levied. The

proposed interest rate is 4.5%.

c.) interest begins to accrue from

the date the special assessments are

levied.

d.) the annual principal installments,

together with interest accrued on the

unpaid balance, are due and payable

together with real estate taxes.

e.) interest on the entire special

assessment from the date of levy

to December 31st of the year in

which the first installment is payable,

is added to the first principal

installment. The first installment will

be due and payable in 2018.

f.) if in the future the property owner

wishes to pay off the remaining

balance of the assessments, then

Minnesota Statute Section 429.061,

Subdivision 3, provides that such

payment may be made to the Dakota

County Auditor, together with interest

accrued to December 31st of the

year in which payment is made as

long as payment is made prior to

November 15th; if the pay off occurs

after November 15th, then interest

for the next year is also added.

If the adopted assessments differ

from the proposed assessments as

to any particular lot, piece or parcel of

land, then City will mail to the owner

a notice stating the amount of the

adopted assessments. Owners will

also be notified by mail, if the interest

rate or prepayment requirements

differ from those contained in this

Notice of Hearing.

Christy M. Wilcox

City Clerk

If you have any questions regarding

the payment or amount of your

assessment please call the City

Engineer’s Office at (651)554-3210.

(South-West Review: Oct. 1, 2017)

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CITY OF SOUTH ST. PAUL

DAKOTA COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF HEARING

ON PROPOSED SPECIAL

ASSESSMENTS

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that the City

Council of South St. Paul, MN will

meet in the City Council Chambers

at South St. Paul City Hall, 125 Third

Avenue North, South St. Paul, MN

at 7:15 on MONDAY, OCTOBER

16, 2017 to consider, pass upon,

and levy the proposed special

assessments for improvements as

follows:

2017 Street Mill & Overlay

A. Armour Avenue – Concord St. N.

to Hardman Ave.

GENERAL NATURE OF

IMPROVEMENTS:

Street milling, bituminous

overlay, concrete curb and gutter

replacement, restoration and

appurtenances.

AREA PROPOSED TO BE

ASSESSED:

Property abutting on aforementioned

improvement.

TOTAL AMOUNT OF PROPOSED

ASSESSMENT:

The total amount of the

proposed special assessments

for the improvements and related

appurtenances is $78,908.20.

ASSESSMENT ROLL AVAILABLE

FOR INSPECTION:

The proposed assessment rolls

are now on file for public inspection

at the City Engineer’s Office, 125

Third Avenue North, South St. Paul,

MN. You are invited to examine the

assessment rolls prior to hearing.

City offices are open from 8:00 to

4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday.

No appointments are necessary.

The assessment rolls will also be

available for examination at the

hearing.

OBJECTIONS AND APPEALS:

Written and oral objections will

be considered at the hearing.

Minnesota Statute, Section 429.061,

states that no appeal may be taken

as to the amount of the assessment

unless a written objection, signed

by the affected property owner,

is filed with the municipal clerk

prior to the assessment hearing or

presented to the presiding officer at

the hearing. An owner may appeal

an assessment to the District Court

pursuant to Minnesota Statute,

Section 429.081, by serving notice

of the appeal upon the Mayor or

the Clerk of the City within thirty

(30) days after the adoption of the

assessment and filing such notice

with the District Court within ten (10)

days after service upon the Mayor or

the Clerk.

SENIOR CITIZEN DEFERMENT:

Under Minnesota Statutes, Section

435.193 to 435.195, the South

St. Paul City Council may, in its

discretion, defer the payment of

these special assessments for any

homestead property owned by a

person 65 years of age or older for

whom it would be hardship to make

the payments. When deferment of

the special assessments has been

granted and is terminated for any

reason provided by law, all amounts

accumulated, plus applicable interest,

become due. Any assessed property

owner meeting the requirements

of this law and Ordinance No. 746,

adopted under it, may apply to the

City Clerk on the prescribed form for

such deferral of payments of these

special assessments. If you qualify

and wish a deferment, then contact

the City Clerk at (651)554-3204.

AUTHORITY TO SPECIALLY

ASSESS:

The proposed assessments are to

be levied pursuant to the Minnesota

Statutes, Chapter 429. The

improvements are proposed to be

assessed on an area, lot or frontage

basis, or combination of these

methods, against properties abutting

or tributary to said improvements.

The areas, parcels, lots and

pieces of property, as specifically

described herein, are subject to said

assessments. The amounts set

forth in this Notice are the proposed

assessments. The City Council may

levy and adopt special assessments

that are the same or different than

the proposed amounts.

PAYMENT OF SPECIAL

ASSESSMENT:

Once the special assessments

are levied and adopted, the special

assessment will be certified to

the Dakota County Auditor to be

extended on the property tax lists

for collection with real estate taxes.

Prior to this certification, however,

the property owner may prepay

the special assessment without

any interest thereon provided the

prepayment is received within thirty

(30) days after levy and adoption

of the special assessments by

the City Council. If the property

owner wishes to prepay the special

assessments without any interest,

then such payment must be made

to the City of South St. Paul at 125

Third Ave. No., South St. Paul, MN

55075.

If prepayment is not received within

thirty (30) days after the special

assessments are levied and adopted

by the City Council, then:

a.) the total principal amounts of

the special assessments are divided

into an equal number of annual

installments. The proposed number

of annual installments are five (5).

The number of annual installments

will be decided by City Council when

the special assessments are levied.

b.) the principal amounts of the

special assessments shall bear

interest at the rate determined by

the City Council when the special

assessments are levied. The

proposed interest rate is 4.5%.

c.) interest begins to accrue from

the date the special assessments are

levied.

d.) the annual principal installments,

together with interest accrued on the

unpaid balance, are due and payable

together with real estate taxes.

e.) interest on the entire special

assessment from the date of levy

to December 31st of the year in

which the first installment is payable,

is added to the first principal

installment. The first installment will

be due and payable in 2018.

f.) if in the future the property owner

wishes to pay off the remaining

balance of the assessments, then

Minnesota Statute Section 429.061,

Subdivision 3, provides that such

payment may be made to the Dakota

County Auditor, together with interest

accrued to December 31st of the

year in which payment is made as

long as payment is made prior to

November 15th; if the pay off occurs

after November 15th, then interest

for the next year is also added.

If the adopted assessments differ

from the proposed assessments as

to any particular lot, piece or parcel of

land, then City will mail to the owner

a notice stating the amount of the

adopted assessments. Owners will

also be notified by mail, if the interest

rate or prepayment requirements

differ from those contained in this

Notice of Hearing.

Christy M. Wilcox

City Clerk

If you have any questions regarding

the payment or amount of your

assessment please call the City

Engineer’s Office at (651)554-3210.

(South-West Review: Oct. 1, 2017)

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CITY OF WEST ST. PAUL

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that the

Economic Development Authority will

hold a Public Hearing on Monday,

October 16, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. in the

Council Chamber of the Municipal

Center, 1616 Humboldt Avenue,

West St. Paul, MN to consider the

following:

To authorize the sale of EDA

owned property at 210 Logan

Avenue, West St. Paul.

Interested persons will be heard at

this meeting. If you need any type

of accommodation to participate

in the meeting, please contact the

ADA Coordinator 651-552-4102 or

TDD 651-322-2323 at least 5 (five)

business days prior to the meeting.

If you have any questions, please

contact City Clerk Chantal Doriott at

651-552-4102.

Chantal M. Doriott

City Clerk

City of West St. Paul

(South-West Review: Oct. 1, 2017)

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Minutes

INVER GROVE HEIGHTS

COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 199

2990 - 80TH STREET EAST

INVER GROVE HEIGHTS,

MINNESOTA 55076

http://www.isd199.org

Regular Meeting of the School Board

August 21, 2017

5:30 P.M.

District Office

2990 80th Street East

Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076

Minutes

District Mission:

Inspire. Innovate. Excel.

A Community Commitment

1. Call to Order

Board Chair, Matt Schaefer, called

the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m.

2. Roll Call –Board Clerk, Sherry

Warrick, took roll call.

Members Present: Sherry Warrick,

Matt Schaefer, Cindy Nordstrom,

Paul Mandell, Rachel Hanson,

Lynette Stensgard, and Sue Gliva

Members Absent:

3. Pledge of Allegiance—Board

Chair, Matt Schaefer, led the Pledge

of Allegiance.

4. Approval of Agenda Items

Motion by Member Stensgard and

a Second by Member Hanson to

approve the Agenda items.

Motion carried 7-0.

5. District Highlights

A. Superintendent Dave

Bernhardson introduced Michele

Carroll as the district’s new Director

of Human Resources. She has

previous work experience at

Minneapolis Public Schools and

Hopkins School District.

B. Superintendent Bernhardson

introduced Glen Ritter as the new

ISD 199 Director of Food Service.

Mr. Ritter has more than 25 years of

experience in food service.

6. Non-Agenda Item—There were

no non-agenda items presented.

7. Consent Agenda

Motion by Member Nordstrom

and a Second by Member Gliva to

approve the Consent Agenda items

as presented.

Motion carried 7-0.

Thank you to those who have

donated to the school district this past

month. Your generosity in support of

our schools in the community are

much appreciated as they make a

difference for our students.

8. Information Items

A. Superintendent Dave

Bernhardson shared a Minnesota

Department of Education Review

and Comment approval letter.

B. Superintendent Bernhardson

provided an election update. The

election will take place on Tuesday,

November 7. Absentee ballot voting

begins on September 22 and

continues through November 6.

Additional election information can

be found on the district website.

C. Committee Reports

I. Facilities Committee-Member

Warrick shared the Facilities

Committee

did not meet this month.

II. Finance Committee-Member

Gliva shared the Finance Committee

will be meeting on Monday,

September 11.

III. Personnel Committee-Member

Stensgard shared the Personnel

Committee met prior to tonight’s

board meeting. The committee had

the opportunity to get to know our

new Director of Human Resources,

Michele Carroll.

IV. Policy-Member Hanson shared

the Policy Committee did not meet

this month.

Membership Reports

I. Equity Alliance MN –Member

Nordstrom shared ISD 199 hosted

the Equity Alliance MN meeting

on August 16. The Joint Powers

Agreement was passed. There

was a report from the director that

she has adjusted from full time

to 0.8. Program participation was

discussed. Part of the mission

of the new business model is to

adjust classes as necessary to

accommodate fluctuating enrollment.

II. Association of Metropolitan

School Districts (AMSD) –Member

Mandell discussed AMSD had their

first Board of Directors meeting in

August, but he was unable to attend.

AMSD sent out an email with a

summary of districts with upcoming

referendums.

III. Minnesota School Board

Association (MSBA) –Member

Mandell shared the MSBA summer

seminar was held earlier in

August. He attended with Member

Gliva, Member Schaefer, and

Superintendent Dave Bernhardson.

9. Action Items

A. Approval of the Food Service

Contract.

Motion by Member Warrick and a

Second by Member Nordstrom to

approve the Food Service Contract.

Motion by Member Nordstrom and

a Second by Member Hanson to

amend the approval of the Food

Service Contract.

Motion Carried 7-0.

B. Approval of the Bus Drivers

Contract

Motion by Member Stensgard and

a Second by Member Mandell to

approve the Bus Drivers Contract.

Motion Carried 7-0.

C. Approval of the District Office

Administrative Assistants Contract

Motion by Member Gliva and

a Second by Member Mandell

to approve the District Office

Administrative Assistants Contract.

Motion Carried 7-0.

D. Approval of the Second Reading

for Review of the 600 Educational

Programs Policy Series.

Motion by Member Mandell and

a Second by Member Nordstrom

to approve the 600 Educational

Programs Policy Series.

10. Superintendent and School

Board Comments

A. Superintendent’s Comments

We welcomed 60 new staff

members today. This includes

any staff member hired since the

last orientation took place. New

staff were provided an overview

of the school district, community,

legal updates and a bus tour of the

school district. New teachers will

be engaged in orientation activities

for the remainder of the week. All

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teachers will be in district starting

Monday, August 28 to ready for the

school year.

Student activities started on

Monday, August 14 with many

starting competition this week.

The first day of school for students is

Tuesday, September 5. The first day

at the middle and high school is for

students in grades 6 and 9. Grade

6 and 9 students will be orientated to

their new school by student leaders

and staff on the first day.

The Back-to-School edition of the

199 Reporter should be in homes

any day. The Reporter is the first

school district community update

about the upcoming referendum.

Thanks to all School Board

Members, city staff, the mayor

and city council members for their

partnering and participation in

Night to Unite. Between all groups

we visited around 50 community

gatherings!

B. School Board Comments

Board Chair, Matt Schaefer—

Thank you to Michele Carroll and

Glen Ritter for being here. Thank you

for coming onboard. Over the last

month I attended the Equity Alliance

MN that was held here. I attended

the MSBA Summer Seminar and

the case study class was interesting

to hear what is going on in other

districts. It was very informative.

On National Night to Unite I got

the chance to get out and visit with

members of the community. Thank

you to everyone who filed to be

candidates for our school board.

We have great teachers and great

staff and plenty of opportunities for

volunteers.

Board Vice Chair/Treasurer, Sue

Gliva —Next time we meet the

school year will be starting. It was

great getting out on Night to Unite

to meet and build relationships with

our community members. I attended

the MSBA Summer Seminar. I want

to thank everyone who worked

on completing the 600 Policy

Series. They are a lot of work and I

appreciate everyone’s help getting

these completed.

Board Clerk, Sherry Warrick—I

want to welcome Michele Carroll

and Glen Ritter to the district. It is

inspiring to have new members with

values that align with our mission

and values. National Night to Unite

was great. One thing that stood out

was the perception of the district

boundaries. I am looking forward to

the Back to School events coming

up. I have been noticing signs

throughout the community with

directions to the schools. It is really

neat to see these along trails.

Board Member, Paul Mandell—

The main thing about National Night

to Unite is you get to appreciate the

amount of information we get from

the community. The work we do for

school board meetings is a whole

group effort and a lot of the work

takes place in committee meetings.

My compliments to our support staff

for the work they do.

Board Member, Cindy Nordstrom

—I will not be able to be present

during IGH Days, so I want to

apologize. I will be attending my

son’s wedding that day! Every year is

a new year. Every year we get to start

over. It’s crazy, exciting, and there is

a lot of energy and I love watching

staff from a first year teacher who is

trying to figure out assessments, to

a custodian doing last minute room

touchups. Congratulations to all of

the candidates who are running for

school board. We have never had

this many candidates run for our

school board. It is exciting to see the

enthusiasm in education!

Board Member, Rachel Hanson—I

signed up for Infinite Campus. It

is exciting to see sports starting

up and school starting soon. I had

the opportunity to talk to a few 6th

graders who are really excited for a

day just for them on the first day of

school. My sister works for district

917 as a paraprofessional. I wanted

to share this because I was so

impressed by how supportive they

are of their staff.

Board Member, Lynette

Stensgard—On Night to Unite I got

to visit some beautiful properties and

areas I had not had the chance to

reach in the community. Our family

spent a few nights on Lake Michigan

and now our son is already back

at college. Good luck to all of our

athletes participating in fall sports.

The fields and courts are extremely

busy. Check out simleyathletics.com

for schedules. Thank you to everyone

taking care of our schools. There are

a lot of good things happening and I

can see why everyone wants to be

on our board. It’s a great place to be!

11. Upcoming Meeting Dates

The next Work Session will be

held on Monday, September 11 at

5:30 p.m. The next Regular School

Board Meeting will be take place on

September 25 at Hilltop Elementary

School at at 5:30 p.m.

12. Motion by Member Warrick

and a Second by Member Gliva to

adjourn the meeting.

Motion carried 7-0 at 6:43 p.m.

/s/ Sherry Warrick

Board Clerk

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INVER GROVE HEIGHTS

COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 199

2990 - 80TH STREET EAST

INVER GROVE HEIGHTS,

MINNESOTA 55076

http://www.isd199.org

Special Meeting of the School Board

Monday, September 11, 2017

5:30 P.M.

District Office

2990 80th Street East

Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076

Minutes

District Mission:

Inspire. Innovate. Excel.

A Community Commitment

1. Call to Order

Board Chair, Matt Schaefer, called

the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m.

2. Roll Call –Board Clerk, Sherry

Warrick, took roll call.

Members Present: Matt Schaefer,

Sue Gliva, Rachel Hanson, Cindy

Nordstrom, Lynette Stensgard, Paul

Mandell and Sherry Warrick

Members Absent:

3. Pledge of Allegiance—Board

Chair, Matt Schaefer, led the Pledge

of Allegiance.

4. Approval of Agenda Items

Motion by Member Gliva and a

Second by Member Hanson to

approve the Agenda items.

Motion carried 7-0.

5. Action Items

Approval of the Resolution

Appointing Election Judges for the

November 7, 2017 School District

General and Special Elections.

Motion by Member Stensgard and

a Second by Member Nordstrom to

approve the Resolution Appointing

Election Judges for the November

7, 2017 School District General and

Special Elections.

Motion Carried 7-0.

6. Motion by Member Gliva and

a Second by Member Warrick to

adjourn the meeting.

Motion carried 7-0 at 5:38 p.m.

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