Public Notices July 29th, 2019 South-West Review

Public Notices, Foreclosure Notices & Legal Notices published July 29th, 2019 in the South-West Review.

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Public Notices NOTICE OF ASSOCIATION

LIEN FORECLOSURE SALE

WHEREAS, default has been made

in the terms and conditions of the

Declaration of Regatta Manorhomes

Association II, Inc. (henceforth the

Declaration) dated August 21, 2000

and recorded in the office of the

County Recorder in and for Dakota

County, Minnesota on September

18, 2000 as Document No. 1718430

which said Lien covers the following

described property situated in the

County of Dakota and State of

Minnesota, to-wit:

Lot 3, Block 16, Regatta 3rd

Addition, C.I.C. No. 281, according

to the plat thereof on file or of record

in the Office of the County Recorder,

in and for Dakota County, Minnesota.

Street address: 6407 157th Street

West, Apple Valley, MN

PID #01 63402 16 030

WHEREAS, pursuant to said

Declaration, there is claimed to

be due and owing as of the date

of this Notice by John Bordone as

unit owner, to Regatta Manorhomes

Association II, Inc., the principal

amount of Three Thousand One

Hundred Sixty-eight Dollars and

No/100 ($3,168.00) for assessments

through June, 2019 and no action

being now pending at law or

otherwise to recover said debt or any

part thereof, and;

WHEREAS, pursuant to said

Declaration, said debt creates a

lien upon said premises in favor of

Regatta Manorhomes Association II,

Inc.

NOW, THEREFORE, notice is

hereby given that by virtue of the

power of sale created by statute,

said lien will be foreclosed by the

sale of said premises with the

hereditaments and appurtenances,

which said sale will be made by the

Sheriff of Dakota County, Minnesota

at the Sheriff=s main office, Dakota

County Courthouse, Civil Division,

1580 Highway 55-Lobby S-100 in

the City of Hastings in said County

on August 15, 2019 at 10:00 a.m., at

public auction to the highest bidder,

for cash, to pay the amount then due

for said assessments, together with

the costs of foreclosure, including

attorney=s fees as allowed by

law. The time allowed by law for

redemption by the unit owners, his

personal representatives or assigns,

is six (6) months from the date of said

sale.

TIME AND DATE TO VACATE

PROPERTY: If the real estate is

an owner-occupied single family

dwelling, unless otherwise provided

by law, the date on or before which

the unit owners must vacate the

property if the lien is not reinstated

under section 580.30 or the property

is not redeemed under section

580.23 is 11:59 p.m. on February

15, 2020. If the foregoing date is a

Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday,

then the date to vacate the property

is the next business day at 11:59

p.m.

Dated: June 19, 2019

REGATTA MANORHOMES

ASSOCIATION II, INC.

FULLER, SEAVER & SWANSON,

P.A.

By:

Timothy D. Fuller 32694

12400 Portland Avenue South

Suite 132

Burnsville, MN 55337

(952) 890-0888

Attorneys for Regatta Manorhomes

Association II, Inc.

(South-West Review: June 30; July

7, 14, 21, 28; Aug. 4, 2019)

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CITY OF

INVER GROVE HEIGHTS

DAKOTA COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF

SPECIAL MEETING

Notice is hereby given that the City

of Inver Grove Heights will hold a

Special Meeting on Monday, August

5 at 5:30 pm in the City of Inver

Grove Heights Council Chambers,

8150 Barbara Avenue, to consider

Revocation of Business License for

USAI LLC, dba Herb Spa Massage

Therapy Business located at 9086

Buchanan Trail.

Joe Lynch,

Deputy City Clerk/

City Administrator

(South-West Review: July 28, 2019)

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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 August 12,

2019 at 7 p.m. in the City Council

Chambers, 8150 Barbara Avenue to

consider the application of Church of

St. Patrick for a 1-4 Day Temporary

On-Sale Liquor License for the

premises located at 3535 72nd

Street East, Inver Grove Heights, MN

55076.

All Interested persons will be heard

at this meeting.

Joe Lynch, Deputy City Clerk

(South-West Review: July 28, 2019)

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CITY OF WEST ST. PAUL

DAKOTA COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

ORDINANCE NO. 19-12

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING

SECTION 133.01 (F) OF THE

WEST ST. PAUL CITY CODE

REGARDING REFUSE HAULING

AND RECYCLING COLLECTION

The City of West Saint Paul does

ordain:

SECTION 1. West St. Paul City

Code Section 133.01 (F) relating

to Refuse Hauling and Recycling

Collection is hereby amended as

follows:

(F) Refuse hauling and recycling

collection.

SECTION 2. SUMMARY

PUBLICATION. Pursuant to

Minnesota Statutes Section 412.191,

in the case of a lengthy ordinance, a

summary may be published. While

a copy of the entire ordinance is

available without cost at the office of

the City Clerk, the following summary

is approved by the City Council

and shall be published in lieu of

publishing the entire ordinance:

This section is amended to allow

refuse hauling and recycling

collection to begin at 6:00 a.m.

instead of 7:00 a.m.

SECTION 3. EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Ordinance shall be in full force

and effect from and after its passage

and publication according to law.

Passed by the City Council of the

City of West St. Paul, Minnesota, this

22nd day of July 2019.

Attest:

David J. Napier, Mayor

Shirley R Buecksler, City Clerk

(South-West Review: July 28, 2019)

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CITY OF WEST ST. PAUL

DAKOTA COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

ORDINANCE NO. 19-13

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING

SECTION 50.08 OF THE WEST ST.

PAUL CITY CODE REGARDING

THE PROHIBITED DISCHARGE OF

CLEAR WATER DRAINAGE AND

SUMP PUMPS

The City of West Saint Paul does

ordain:

SECTION 1. West St. Paul City

Code Section 50.08 relating to

Discharge of Prohibited Clear Water

Drainage and Sump Pumps is

hereby amended as follows:

§ 50.08 PROHIBITED DISCHARGE

OF CLEAR WATER DRAINAGE

FROM SUMP PUMPS AND OTHER

SOURCES INTO THE SANITARY

SEWER SYSTEM.

SECTION 2. SUMMARY

PUBLICATION. Pursuant to

Minnesota Statutes Section 412.191,

in the case of a lengthy ordinance, a

summary may be published. While

a copy of the entire ordinance is

available without cost at the office of

the City Clerk, the following summary

is approved by the City Council

and shall be published in lieu of

publishing the entire ordinance:

After implementation of the Inflow

and Infiltration inspection program

for many years, it was determined

that clarification of definitions and

expectations of homeowners were

necessary for effective enforcement.

The ordinance does not change the

program but seeks to help property

owners better understand their

responsibilities. The ordinance

also changes the effective term

of a certificate of compliance for

a complete line replacement from

10 years to 25 years. Partial

replacements are still valid for 10

years, or until January 1, 2026,

whichever is later.

SECTION 3. EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Ordinance shall be in full force

and effect from and after its passage

and publication according to law.

Passed by the City Council of the

City of West St. Paul, Minnesota, this

22nd day of July 2019.

Attest:

David J. Napier, Mayor

Shirley R Buecksler, City Clerk

(South-West Review: July 28, 2019)

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CITY OF WEST ST. PAUL

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

REGARDING PROPOSED

PROPERTY TAX

ABATEMENTS

FOR THE MARIE-OAKDALE

TRAIL PROJECT

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the City Council of the City of West

St. Paul, Minnesota, will hold a

Public Hearing at a meeting of the

Council beginning at 6:30 p.m. on

Monday, August 12, 2019, to be held

at the West St. Paul City Hall, 1616

Humboldt Avenue, West St. Paul,

Minnesota, on the proposal that the

City abate property taxes levied by

the City on the property identified as

tax parcel numbers (the “Property”):

424630001012

420200062020

The total amount of the taxes

proposed to be abated by the

City on the Property for up to a 15

year period is estimated to be not

more than $1,385,000. The City

Council will consider the property

tax abatement for the construction

of a trail along Marie and Oakdale

Avenues (the “Project”).

The City proposes to issue General

Obligation Tax Abatement Bonds in

an amount not to exceed $1,385,000

to finance the Project.

All interested persons may appear

at the August 12, 2019 Public

Hearing and present their views

orally or in writing.

If you need any type of

accommodation to participate in the

meeting, please contact the ADA

Coordinator at 651-552-4102 at least

5 (five) business days prior to the

meeting.

If you have any questions, please

contact Char Stark, Finance Director,

at 651-552-4123.

Shirley R Buecksler

City Clerk

City of West St. Paul

(South-West Review: July 28, 2019)

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CITY OF WEST ST. PAUL

NOTICE OF HEARING ON

PROPOSED ASSESSMENT

ROBERT STREET SIDEWALK

CLEANING

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that the

City Council will meet at 6:30 p.m.

on Monday, August 26, 2019 in the

Municipal Center Council Chambers

to consider, and possibly adopt,

the proposed assessment for the

improvement of Robert Street, from

Butler Avenue to Mendota Road,

by sidewalk cleaning and snow

removal. Adoption by the Council of

the proposed assessment may occur

at the hearing.

Such assessment is proposed to be

payable in equal annual installments

extending over a period of one year,

the first of the installments to be

payable on or before the first Monday

in January 2020 and will bear interest

at the rate of 5.0 percent per annum

from the date of the adoption of this

assessment resolution. To the first

installment shall be added interest

on the entire assessment from the

date of adoption of this assessment

resolution until December 31, 2020.

To each subsequent installment

when due shall be added interest for

one year on all unpaid installments.

You may, at any time prior to

certification of the assessment to

the County Auditor, pay the entire

assessment on such property,

with interest accrued to the date of

payment, to the City Treasurer. No

interest shall be charged if the entire

assessment is paid within 30 days

from the adoption of this assessment.

You may, at any time thereafter,

pay to the City Treasurer the entire

amount of the assessment remaining

unpaid, with interest accrued to

December 31 of the year in which

such payment is made. If you decide

not to prepay the assessment before

the date given above, the rate of

interest that will apply is 5.0 percent

per year.

The proposed assessment roll

is on file for public inspection at

the City Clerk’s Office. The total

amount of the proposed assessment

is $133,129.12. Written or oral

objections will be considered at the

meeting. No appeal may be taken

as to the amount of an assessment

unless a signed, written objection is

filed with the City Clerk prior to the

hearing or presented to the presiding

officer at the hearing. The Council

may, upon such notice, consider

any objection to the amount of a

proposed individual assessment at

an adjourned meeting upon such

further notice to the affected property

owners as it deems advisable.

If an assessment is contested or

there is an adjourned hearing, the

following procedure will be followed:

1. The City will present its case first

by calling witnesses who may testify

by narrative or by examination,

and by the introduction of exhibits.

After each witness has testified, the

contesting party will be allowed to

ask questions. This procedure will

be repeated with each witness until

neither side has further questions.

2. After the City has presented all

its evidence, the objector may call

witnesses or present such testimony

as the objector desires. The same

procedure for questioning of the

City’s witnesses will be followed with

the objector’s witnesses.

3. The objector may be represented

by counsel.

4. Minnesota rules of evidence will

not be strictly applied; however, they

may be considered and argued to the

Council as to the weight of items of

evidence or testimony presented to

the Council.

5. The entire proceedings will be

tape recorded (video-taped).

6. At the close of presentation of

evidence, the objector may make

a final presentation to the Council,

based on the evidence and the law.

No new evidence may be presented

at this point.

7. The Council may adopt the

proposed assessment at the hearing.

An owner may appeal an

assessment to District Court,

pursuant to Minnesota Statutes

Section 429.081 by serving notice of

the appeal upon the Mayor or Clerk

of the City within 30 days after the

adoption of the assessment and filing

such notice with the District Court

within ten days after service upon the

Mayor or City Clerk.

Under Minnesota Statutes, Section

435.193 to 435.195 and City Council

Resolution No. 01-68, the Council

may, in its discretion, defer the

payment of this special assessment

for any homestead property owned

by a person 65 years of age or older

for whom it would be a hardship

to make the payments. When

deferment of the special assessment

has been granted and is terminated

for any reason provided in that

law, all amounts accumulated plus

applicable interest become due. Any

assessed property owner meeting

the requirements of this law and

the ordinance adopted under it may,

within 30 days of the confirmation of

the assessment, apply to the City

Treasurer for the prescribed form

for such deferral of payment of this

special assessment on his property.

Such persons as desire to be heard

with reference to this proposed

assessment may be heard at this

meeting.

The City of West St. Paul does not

discriminate on the basis of race,

color, national origin, sex, religion,

age or disability in employment or

the provision of services.

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 business

days prior to the meeting.

If you have any questions about the

assessment of the project, please

contact Ross Beckwith at (651) 552-

4130.

/s/ Shirley R Buecksler, City Clerk

(South-West Review: July 28, 2019)

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Minutes

SOUTH ST. PAUL BOARD OF

EDUCATION MEETING

MONDAY, JULY 22, 2019

REGULAR MEETING

SUMMARY

The regular meeting of the School

Board for Special School District No.

6, South St. Paul, was called to order

at 7:15 PM in the Council Chambers

at City Hall on Monday, July 22,

2019.

The members of the South St. Paul

School Board and audience recited

the Pledge of Allegiance.

A motion passed approving this

evening’s meeting agenda and the

minutes from the previous meeting.

Early Learning and Equity Director

Connie Garling-Squire highlighted

the anti-bullying system work that

is being done to streamline the

district’s prevention of and response

to bullying and harassment.

Technology Director Paul Brashear

highlighted the flex/e-learning work a

team of teachers, coordinators, and

administrators performed this past

year to develop a plan for emergency

school closings so that learning

can be continued at home by K-12

students.

Learning Director Chad Schmidt

shared the District was recently

awarded up to $1,089,350 in ADSIS

grant funding or the 2019-2021

school years. The purpose of ADSIS

funding is to provide instruction

to assistant students who need

additional academic and behavioral

support to succeed in the general

education environment.

Dr. Dave Webb provided a

Superintendent’s Report with

highlights from around the District.

A motion passed approving the

staffing and financials as presented.

A motion passed approving the

Investment Policy Statement for the

OPEB trust fund.

A motion passed approving the

2019-20 Substitute Rates.

The Monday, July 22, 2019, School

Board meeting was adjourned at

7:58 PM.

For a complete set of official

minutes, please visit the District’s

website at www.sspps.org or

contact the Superintendent’s

Office at (651) 457-9465.

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INVER GROVE HEIGHTS

COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 199

PUBLICATION NOTICE

MONDAY, JULY 22, 2019

REGULAR MEETING OF THE

BOARD OF EDUCATION

A regular meeting of the Inver Grove

Heights Community Schools Board

of Education was called to order at

5:35 p.m. on Monday, July 22, 2019

at the ISD 199 District Office, located

at 2990 80th Street East, Inver

Grove Heights, MN. The following

board members were present:

Rachel Hanson, Carrie Lounsberry,,

Matt Schaefer, Cindy Nordstrom,

Sherry Warrick and Sue Gliva.

Superintendent Dave Bernhardson

was also present. Board member

Lynette Stensgard was absent.

Motions carried to approve the

agenda and consent agenda. The

consent agenda included June

24, 2019 school board regular

meeting and closed sessions

meeting minutes; June cash

disbursements and check register;

personnel transactions; donations,

gifts and grants; annual fiscal year

authorizations; and approval of the

renewal of the ISD 199 and ISD

917 licensed early childhood special

education teacher agreement.

A Pine Bend Elementary Financing

update was shared.

A Communications update was

presented.

An Instructional Technology and

Engage 199 Monitoring Report was

presented.

A First Reading of Policies 532

Use of Peace Officers and Crisis

Teams to Remove Students with

IEPs from School Grounds, 513

Student Promotion, Retention and

Program Design and 722 Public Data

Requests was presented.

School Board committee and

membership reports were shared.

A motion carried to approve the Pine

Bend Elementary School Addition

Bid Approval.

A motion carried to approve the

Resolution Regarding Board Control

of Extracurricular Activities.

A motion carried to approve the

Second Reading of Policies 510

School Activities, 511 Student

Fundraising, 515 Protection and

Privacy of Student Records, 516

Procedures for Dispensing Medicine

at School, 518 DNR-DNI Orders, 519

Interviews of Students by Outside

Agencies, 520 Student Surveys,

530 Immunization Requirements,

534 Participation in High School

Athletics.

A motion carried to approve the

Resolution Relating to Election of

School Board Members and Calling

the School District General Election.

The meeting adjourned at 7:12 p.m.

The next Regular Board Meeting

will be held on August 19, 2019

at 5:30pm. This meeting will take

place at the District Office located at

2990 80th Street East, Inver Grove

Heights, MN.

This is a summary of the meeting

for publication purposes. Please visit

the District’s website at www.isd199.

org or contact the Superintendent’s

Office at (651) 306-7156 for a

complete set of official meeting

minutes.

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