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3E FOR BIDS S JCTION hereby given that sealed received by the Bag Stone of Commisstoners at the County Auditor, 20 SE 2nd Minnesota 56278 until the 2rid day of April, 2002 of the following at or near 1,137 the north west corner of R46W, to a point at feet south and 800 feet section t6. T123N. Grading and Aggregate i items are: ..... 1,891 CY 21,305 CY .9,972 CY i CL 5 ..... 7,159 Ton vment of $20 fee (non- checks payable to Big Department), specff.ations may County Engineer&apos;s North Minnesota Street, 56278, (320) 839-2594. retains the right to all bids, or any part of a be sealed, identified on and accompanied by a Stone County amount of at least five ol the total bd. Said cheek forfeited in the event that to  into a contract. a bid within 30 heduled clong time of Kn, Auditor Big Stone County, Minnesota 12. 19, 2002) Library System will on the Children's and its Internet on Thursday, March 21, at the Willmar Public 12, 19, 2002) FOR BIDS FOR SALE given that sealed by the Big Stone at the 437 N. Minnesota on Friday April of the following mike. engine wlth County Highway the right to reject and to waive o examine this obtcin a bid proposal ounty Highway North Minnesota accompanied by a bidder's bond made Treasurer, Big at least tNe percent o# the td. Nick Anderson FOR Bins MINNESOTA ly given that sealed wilt be recea in Minnesota, Avenue, on o on Monday, April 1, and place the bts and read aloud. to the time to the Deck- for the Offce of nlstrator, City of Madison Avenue, 56278, phone crry OF ORTONVlLLE Homan C. Taffe, ICE FARING ' hereby notce 'mational Meeting upce  me LOcal Water Stone Statutesl 1. The update will Will give the public an and issues . Clinton, MN, - v' i11  WHO READ ARE Newspapers 19, 2002 Ortonville news I Gall Maxwell, Phone 839-2207 Joe and Dorothy Coubal went to visit Dan and Karl Fuerhelm and Rebecca and Chase at Kranzsburg, SD on Sunday afternoon. March lOth. Wednesday, March 13th Doroth Coubal went to Lakeside Homemaker's held at Irene Mathison's in Ortonville. Those attending were Marge Lindholm. Idella Ross, Betty Johnson. Trudy Minsink, Dorothy Mathison, Arlene Larson, and Dee Holtquist. They made book markers in the shape of a cross out of plastic canvas. They had Texan pecan pie for lunch. Wanda Koepke and Marvls Rademacher visited Clifford and Lizzie Hanson and Alton Hanson on Tuesday night, March 12th. Wednesday, March 13th Carlene Wittnebel and Lizzie Hanson went to Northridge to help Minnie Schellberg celebrate her 94th birthday. They had coffee and birthday cake. On Monday, March llth Alice Anderson visited Amanda Jensen. Gladys Brehmer among others celebrated her aunt Minnie Schellherg's birthday at Northridge. The Homente apartment residents enjoyed a potluck dinner on Monday, March ! I th. On Sunday, March 10th Orlend and Irene Mathison visited Sylvia Croat! at the nursing home in Appleton. Vivian Arndt's grandson Arlyn of Clinton had dinner with Vivian Arndt on Sunday, March 10th. Twyla Hinneberg's daughter and son-in-law Trudy and Bill Broman and daughter Alison of Wayzata visited Twyla Hinneherg on the week- end of March 15th. They took in the Sports and Leisure Show. Wednesday, March 13th Lillian Ninneman went to a big birthday party for Minnie S:hellberg at Northridge. Alvin and Phyllis Schwarz.e from Milbank visited Emma Schwarze Sunday afternoon, March lOth. Jan Lindholm and friend from Boston and Karl Lindholm and her children Gabe and Chloe from Minneapolis were afternoon guests on Tuesday, March 12th at Stan and Marge Lindholm's. On Friday, March 15th Jennifer and Sid Lien and Andy traveled to Ortonville from Fargo to spend the week-end at the Craig and Kippy Randleman's home. While in Ortonville they attended the Sports and Leisure Show and also took in the Steeple People banquet at First English Lutheran Church on Saturday evening. The Liens all returned home to Fargo on Sunday. Thursday, March 7th Tina Anderson, Mildred Peterson, and Esther Mullins were invited to Marilyn Carlson's for a noon luncheon and finished with birthday cake and coffee. They enjoyed it very much. It was in honor of all three of their birthdays. Monday, March llth Mildred Peterson and Tina Anderson spent the afternoon at the home of Esther Mullins. They enjoyed birthday cake and coffee. Sunday, March lOth Pastor Gravely spent the afternoon at the home of Esther Mullins. Jeanne Berg also spent the afternoon there. Margaret Carlson took Esther THIS NOTICE MAY AFF[CT YOUR RIGHTS PLEASE READ IT CAgEFUH. /he dea<ne for fitmg an Opt Out Iteqlst fom n  17, 20(2,2 "r, e. '.,hW, a %'~,' ," &'n.",?.:ra'J If yOU have aam,ed LP SChng that r ehgable for compensation unaet th r, ettemenl t  I;I tO fi a cJ, yOU m.t Ornp,t(r a Cla!m Orm al return l! to th LP Siding PO 8o 12 Port. OR 97203240 Iotlqr-,t: 1-80044S- ltll ww.ll.aliegdmx.a that causes kklney failm muzak pain and akae and em death. lfyt, u or a 1o a- h  any o(the, e hakh k, lor call uxiay so that  can m ur potm d=m again the &ug rranfrur.-l cara&a0on is f=r.?'Xie praox law only in Ariama. ha as,oa,c with -law duoughout the U.S. I GOLDBERG & OSBORNE "" The Injury Lau/ycrL I ;ll? 1-800 THE-EAGLE l,  = r,,,, (I-800- S4 3-324 5) i ii ASSESSMENT NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the local Board of Appeal and Equalization (Board of Review) of the following townships will be held for reviewing and correcting the assessment for 2002. All persons considering themselves aggrieved by said assessment or who wish to complain that the property of another is assessed too low are hereby notified to appear at said meeting and show cause for having such assessment corrected. No complaint that another is assessed too low will be acted upon until the person so assessed, or his agent, shall have been notified of such complaint. AKRON TOWNSHIP Thursday, April 4, 2002 - 11:00 AM - Akron Town Hall ALMOND TOWNSHIP Friday, April 5, 2002 - 11:00 AM - Memorial Building, Clinton ARTICHOKE TOWNSHIP Thursday, April 4, 2002 - 9:00 AM - Artichoke Town Hall BIG STONE TOWNSHIP Monday, April 1, 2002 - 2:30 PM - Assessor's Office, Courthouse BROWNS VALLEY TOWNSHIP Tuasday, April 2, 2002 - 9:00 AM - Fire Hall, Beardsley FOSTER TOWNSHIP Tuesday, April 2, 2002 - 1:00 PM - Foster Town Hall GRACEVILLE TOWNSHIP Wednesday, April 3, 2002 - 11:00 AM - City Office, Graceviile MALTA TOWNSHIP Friday, April 5, 2002 - 9:00 AM - Curtis Olson Farm MOONSHINE TOWNSHIP Wednesday, April 3, 2002 - 2:00 PM - City Office, Graceviile ODESSA TOWNSHIP Thursday, April 4, 2002 - 2:00 PM - Assessor's Office, Courthouse ORTONVILLE TOWNSHIP Monday, April 1, 2002 - 1:00 PM - Assessor's Office, Courthou OTREY TOWNSHIP Friday, April 5, 2002 - 2:00 PM - Otrey Town Hall PRIOR TOWNSHIP Monday, April 1, 2002 - 9:00 AM - Prior Town Hall TOQUA TOWNSHIP Wlneday, April 3, 2002 - 9:00 AM - Barry Farmers Elevator, Barry OT00ES Barlj - Tuesday, April 2, 2002 - 5:30 PM, Nelia Gary Home Beardsley - Monday, April 8, 2002 - 7:00 PM, Fire Hall, Beardsley Clinton - Thursday, April i 1, 2002 - 5:30 PM, City Office, Clinton - Monday, April 8, 2002 - 8:00 PM, City Office, Con'ell Gir'gvi - Thursday, April 11, 2002 - 7:00 PM, City Offtce, Graccvillc Johnson - April 3, 2002 - 2:00 PM, Don Johnsrud Home Od - Monday, April 1, 2002 - 7:00 PM, City Office, Odessa qtonvtl-Wed., April 17, 2002 - 5:00 PM, Assessor's Office, Courthouse Mullins out for breakfast on Tuesday, March 12th at the Big Stone Cafe whic' they both enjoyed. On Tuesday afternoon, March 12th Marjorie Erickson of Chokio made Esther Mullins a visit bringing a beautiful birthday cake and bringing a bouquet of yellow daffodils. Friday, March 8th Julie Hippie visited Esther Mullins and brought a beautiful floral arrangement which Esther has enjoyed. Tina Ziegler from Evanston, IL visited her mother Isabel Wolner, relatives, and friends. Margaret Carlson was a visitor of Jennie Bengtson on Thursday morning, March 14th. Margaret Carlson and Teen Schlime went shopping in Milbank on Tuesday, March 12th. Margaret Carlson was a visitor of Billy Podewils on Wednesday afternoon, March 13th at Milbank. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Karels attended the St. Bernard's Fall Bazaar and dinner at St. Bernard's Hospital on Sunday, March 10th. Kara Helgeson spent Tuesday evening, March 12th overnight with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Roman Karels. Alma and Jerry Jorgenson and Cliff and Lillian Dexter of Milbank were Sunday afternoon, March 10th and evening visitors at the Kenny and Virginia Jensen's home in Correll. Alma and Jerry Jorgenson attended a 75th birthday Party for Vernon Longhenry and Verene Raaf at the Beilingham American. Legion Auxiliary Room on Friday evening, March 8th. Curt and Mary Wiidung of Nassau were Tuesday, March 12th visitors at the Jerry and Alma Jorgenson's home. High bridge players at the Ortonville Senior Center Friday afternoon, March 15th were Mel Ehlert and Beth Moherg. It was a very enjoyable afternoon. Engaged John and Jean Merritt of Ortonville along with Randy and Val Giles of Graceville would like to announce the engagement and forthcoming marnage of their children Amy and Ryan. Amy is a 1998 graduate of Ortonville High School and 2000 graduate of Bemidji State University with an Associate of Arts degree. She recently graduated from Northwest Technical College-Bemidji with a dental assisting degree. Ryan is a 1997 graduate of Ciinton-Graceville High School. He will be graduating from Bemidji State University in May of 2002 with a degree in Industrial Technology Education. A June 15, 2002 wedding is being planned at St. John's Catholic Church in Ortonville. PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPROVE BIG STONE COUNTY'S SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN UPDATE Big Stone County has prepared a five year solid waste management plan update (update) to its Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan (1987) proposing a waste management system that would result, by the year 2009, in a reduction of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) being land disposed of by approximately 38 percent through source reduction, recycling and yard waste composting. Of the remaining MSW, 45 percent would be disposal of in a sanitary land- fill or solid waste incinerator and 6 percent of the waste stream will continue to be disposed of on private property. Pursuant to Minn. Rules pt. 9215.0850, the Minnesota Office of Environmental Assistance (OEA) hereby gives notice of its intent to approve the County's update. Additional information on the County's update may be obtained from the County or the OEA at the following addresses: Mr. Darren Wilke Solid Waste Administrator Big Stone County 20 SE 2nd Street Ortonville, MN 56278 Phone (320) 839-3136 Mr. Rick Dillon MN Office of Environmental Assistance 1420 E. College Drive, Ste. 900 Marshall, MN 56258 Phone (605) 362-8334 Toll Free 800-657-3843 Interested persons are invited to submit comments on the OEA's proposed actions. Comments must be received by the OEA at its above address by 4:30 p.m. on April 22, 2002. Pursuant to Minn. Rules pt. 9215.0850, subp. 3, comments must include the following information: (1) a statement of the commenter's interest in the update; (2) a statement of the action the commenter wishes the OEA to take, including specific references to the parts of the update or the need calculation that the commenter believes should be changed; and (3) the reasons supporting the commenter's position stated with sufficient specificity to allow the OEA to assess the merits of the commenter's statements. During the comment period, interested persons may request that the OEA conduct a public informational meeting or a contested case hearing. A public informational meeting is an informal meeting con- ducted by OEA staff to help clarify and resolve issues. A contested case hearing is a trial-like proceeding conducted by a state adminis- trative law judge. Requests for a public informational meeting or a contested case hearing must be made in writing. Requests for a pub- lic informational meeting or contested case herein must: (1) include the three pieces of information described in the preceding paragraph; (2) explain why the OEA should hold a meeting or hearing and (3) describe the issues the commenter wants addressed at the meeting or hearing. At the close of the comment period, the OEA will determine if a public meeting or hearing would be beneficial. The OEA will consider all comments received within the comment period. Following the close of the comment period and any public informational meetings or contested case hearings, the OEA will make a final determination on whether or not to approve the update. Escape To B ranson 2 Nights, Lunch & 2 Shodis $179.95 +tax per couple based on availability Ou utdugy agOomted VlOrn Hotel LOCe On I"lwy 76 Offers * It,,-OOm MICOw. Refrafor * Coplwnetllry D(duxe Conttnenla Coee Makers Breakfas! 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