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ic notices NOTICE PROCEEDINGS OF and unanimously carried to approve the 2010-11 school year tuition agreement OF MORTGAGE THE with the Big Stone City School. There FORECLOSURE SALE ORTONVILLE was no change in the tuition rate from NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that the 2009-10 school year, default has occurred in conditions of the SCHOOL BOARD 10-116 Approve Transportation I appreciabon of the accuracy and diligence I of the Auditor and fiscal staff• 1 Motion by Olson and seconded by Wulff to reappoint Brent Hasslen to the Upper Minnesota River Watershed Board of Managers for a 3-year term. Following following described mortgage. Agreement with Big Stone City School discussion, motion carried with NOTICE NOTICE DATE OF MO.RTGAGE: February 6, Monday, June 21, ;~010 2010-11: M/K. Thymian, S/-F. Henrich Commissioner Athey voting Nay. OF MORTGAGE . OF MORTGAGE 2008 The Ortonville Board of Education met and unanimously carried to approve the Auditor Knutson reported that the FORECLOSURE SALE FORECLOSURE SALE ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF m regular session on Monday, June 21, transportation agreement with the Big following bids had been received for the Date: June 18, 2010 THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF MORTGAGE: $65,000.00 2010 at 7:00 PM in the Library. Stone City School for the 201 0-11 farm lease of the Rieck gravel pit: THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE MORTGAGOR(S): Jeffery D. Wolff Members Present: Mike Hamson, Tim school year. ' " Scott Doschadis $82/acre DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE also known as Jeffrey D. Wolff Henrich, Debbie Hoffman, Richard 10-117 Review/Approve $500,000 in Kenneth Kellen $81/acre COLLECT A DEBT, AND ANY TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT MORTGAGEE: The Buffalo Ridge Johnson, Marlowe Klepel, Jim Nelson, Aid Anticipation Certificates 2010-11: M/ Kenneth Hendricks $75/acre INFORMATION OBTAINED MAY BE AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. Bank Kevin Rademacher, Glen Radermacher, G. Radermacher, SIR. Johnson and James & MartyStotesbery $112/acre USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. THE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that DATE AND PLACE OF RECORDING: Jay Ross, Kathi Thymian, Ronald unanimously approved through roll call Motion by Wulff, seconded by Athey and i RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE default has occurred in the conditions of Recorded February 6, 2008, Big Stone Thompson vote the resolution authorizing and carried to accept the high bid of $112/acre DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE the following described mortgage:County Recorder, Document No. Members Absent: John Plathe awarding sale of general obligation aid by James and MartyStotesbery. i ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE DATE OFMORTGAGE: 10-19-2006 163875 Also Present: Jeff Taylor, Julieanticipation certificates of indebtedness, Auditor Knutson asked for questions TIME PROVIDED.BY LAW IS NOT MORTGAGOR(S): Charles A. Homan LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Schneider, LuAnn Hansen, Joel series 2010B and fixing form and terms and/or comments on the year-to-date . AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. and Joan M. Homan, husband and wife. PROPERTY: Lot B of the Northeast Stattelman, Karen Jacobson, Yvonne thereof in connection with the Minnesota financial information provided for the YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT: MORTGAGEE: Mortgage Electronic Quarter (NE1/4), Section Seventeen Sorenson, Robert Foley, Theresa Tax and Aid Anticipation Borrowing Board's review. Default has occurred in the conditions Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee (17), Township One Hundred Twenty- Hoffman, Samantha Peterson, BrentProgram sponsored by the Minnesota Motion Icy Athey, seconded byBerning of the Mortgage dated May 6, 2005, for Countrywide Home Loans, Inc. four (124) North, Range Forty-eight (48) Peterson, Chelsea Adelman, Missy School Boards Association and Greater and carried to adopt the following. executed by Bar H Farms, Inc.; Larry SERVICER: Bank of America, N.A. West of the Fifth Principal Meridian; Pederson,.Doran Nagel, Ruth Nagel, Minnesota Serv, ice Cooperatives.resolution as presented by Treasurer Haukos and Kathleen Haukos, MORTGAGE ID #: according to the Auditor's Plat on file in Wayne Peterson, Sheila Hoernemann, 10-118 Resolution Recognizing Cindy Nelson: 2010 23 individually, as Husband and Wife, as 100015700072353309 ' the Office of the County Recorder, Big Sara Wollschlager . Ortonvitle Boys' Golf Team as State "A" . . Mortgagors to FARMERS AND DATE AND PLACE OF RECORDING: Stone County, Minnesota, in Book 4 of School Board Member Oath of Office: Go-If Champions: M/J. Nelson, SIT. WHEREAS, the Big Stone County Board of MERCHANTS STATE BANK OF Recorded November 13, 2006, Big Plats, on page 239 Ronald Thompson took the oath of Henrich and upon roll call vote Commissioners desires to offer for sale APPLETON, MN, as Mortgagee and Stone Cou.nty Recorder, Document No. COUNTY IN WHICH PROPERTY IS office to begin his duties as an interim unanimously approved the resolution to certain parcels of land that have forfeited filed for record May 1 0, 2005, as 161825. LOCATED: Big Stone County school board member. He •fills the officially recognize and congratulate the to the State of Minnesota for non-payment Document No. 159160, in the Office of ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGE: Property Address: 86195 State position vacated by the resignation o,f Ortonville Boys' Golf team and their ef taxes; and theCounty Recorder of Big Stone Assigned to: BAC Home Loans Highway28, Beardsley, MN56211 Brent Zahrbock until the general coaches for winning the MinnesotaWHEREAS, said parcels of land have County, Minnesota. The land described Servicing, LP Dated: November 10, Tax Parcel ID No.: 05-0167-000 election this fall at which time the State High School League ClassA Golf been viewed by the County Board of in the Mortgage is qot registered land. 2009, 0 ~ AMOUNT DUE AND CLAIMED TO position will be open for election. Championship on June 17, 2010. Commissioners and have been classified The Mortgage ahs been assigned as LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF BE DUE AS OF DATE OF NOTICE, 10-103 Agenda: M/K. Rademacher, Correspondence Review: Thank you as non-conservation lands as provided for follows: N/A. PROPERTY: The South Fifty feet (50') INCLUDING TAXES, IF ANY, PAID BY S/T. Henrich and unanimously carried to from Cathy Teske for retirement gift. in Minnesota Statute 282.01. The original principal amount secured of Lot Two (2), Block Eight (8), First MORTGAGEE: $69,240.96 approve the agenda with the following Thank you from BPA students who NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Mortgage was Four Hundred Addition to the Village of Beardsley, That all pre-foreclosure requirements additions: attended the national convention,that the Big Stone County Board of Fifteen Thousand and no/100 Dollars Minnesota. have been complied with; that no action 10-104.2 Add $3,032,87 to the June Board Member Reports: K. Thymian:Commissioners hereby certifies that all ($415,00000). • TAX PARCEL NO.: 160120000 or proceeding has been instituted at law 2010 bills for a total of $365,018.26. Requested that all board meetings be parcels of land on the attached list have rqo action or proceeding at law is now ADDRESS OF PROPERTY: 318 Main or otherwise to recoverthe debt secured 10-113 Remove Robert Foley from the started with the pledge of allegiance, been viewed and comply with the pending to recover the debt secured by St. S., Beardsley, MN 56211 by said mortgage, or any part thereof; list of co-curricular contracts as the Mini-Board meeting with Big Stoneprovisions of Minnesota Statutes 85.012,] the Mortgage, or any part thereof. COUNTY IN WHICH PROPERTY IS PURSUANT to the power of sale assistant track coach due to his School went very well. They are happy 92.461, 282.01, Subd. 8 and 282.018 and The holder Of the Mortgage has LOCATED: Big Stone contained in said mortgage, the above resignation, with the way things are going, other statutes that require the withholding complied with all conditions precedent ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF described property will be sold by the 1 0=118 Resolution Recognizing K. Rademacher: Attended the'Big of tax-forfeited lands from sale. to acceleration of the debt secured by MORTGAGE: $116,000.00 Sheriff of said county as follows: Ortonville Boys' Golf Team as State "A" Stone Mini Board meeting. SD State law BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Big the Mortgage and foreclosure of the AMOUNT DUE AND CLAIMED TO DATE AND TIME OF SALE: August Golf Champions - requires that a school district must Stone County Board of Commissioners Mortgage, and all notice and other BE DUE AS OF DATE OF NOTICE, 26, 2010, at 10:00 a.m. 10-104 Consent; M/M. Hamson, S/D.maintain at least a 100 student average hereby requests approval from the requirements of bpplicable statutes. INCLUDING TAXES, IF ANY, PAID BY PLACE OF SALE: Sheriff's Office, Big Hoffman and unanimously carried to or their school must close. Big Stone Minnesota Department of Natural i At the date of this notice, the amount MORTGAGEE: $126,676.89 Stone County Courthouse, 20 Second approve the following consent items; has not fallen below that average. The Resources for the sale of said lands. due on the Mortgage, and.taxes, if any, That prior to the commencement of Street Southeast, Lower Level, 10-104.1 Approve meeting minutes for 8th grade science in Big Stone and 9th Motion by OIson, seconded by Wulff and paid by the holder of the Mortgage is: this mortgage foreclosure proceeding Ortonville, Minnesota, to pay the debt May 17, 2010 as presented, grade science in Ortonville use the carried to execute the Satellite Office $441,343.85 Mortgagee/Assignee of Mortgagee then secured by.said Mortgage, and 10-104.2 Authorize payment of June same curriculum and book. Supt. Taylor Agreement with the State of Minnesota for Pursuant to the power of sale in the complied with all notice requirements as taxes, if any, on said premises, and the 2010 bills in the amount of $365,018.26. explained that SD requires this standard UCCs as presented by Recorder Elaine Mortgage, the Mortgage will be required by statute; that no action or costs and disbursements, including 10-104.3 Approve Expenditure/ in 8th grade'and MN requires to same Martig. foreclosed, and the land described as proceeding has been instituted at law or attorneys' fees allowed by law subject to Revenue Summary and Investments..standard in 9th. Ortonville may look at Following a break, Don Kleven of the follows: otherwise to recover the debt secured redemption within six (6) months from 10-104.4 Approve Open Enrollment different text books in the futu re J. Ross: US Fish & Wildlife was present to request State of Minnesota, County of Big bysaid mortgage, or any part thereof; the date of said sale by the Request of Sandy Paulsen for 2010-11 Attended MRVED meeting about goalcertification of acquisition of lands for Stone: PURSUANT to the power of sale Mortgagor(s), their personal 10=104.5 Authorize Business Manager setting. D. Hoffman: Attended the Big habitat easements in Odessa and Otrey The Southwest Quarter (SW1/4), contained in said mortgage, the above representatives or assigns, to pay any current year bills prior to Stone Mini-Board meeting. Big Stone Townships. Bruce Freske of US Fish was Section Four (4); and the Northeast described property will be sold by the to pay the debt secured by said board approval in July. Bills will be will be starting on September 1st this also present. Motion by OIson, seconded Quarter (NE1/4), Section Eight (8), Sheriff of said county as follows:mortgage and taxes, if any, on said included in July board bills, year, Supt. Taylor told the board that by Berning and carried to certify for Township One Hundred Twenty-one DATE AND TIME OF SALE: premises and the costs and DISCUSSION ITEMS: due to our cooperation with Big Stone, acquisition the following described (121) North, Range Forty-four (44) West Thursday, August 12, 2010, 10:00 a.m disbursements, including attorneys' fees 10-105 MRVED Presentation: Karen we may want to consider starting earlier property: of the Fifth Principal Meridian; the South PLACE OF SALE: Front Steps of Big allowed by law, subject to redemption Jacobson, and Yvonne S0renson too. M. 141epel/J. Nelson: Would like 1. T121N, R45W, 5~ P.M., Section 10, one-half of the Northeast Quarter ($1/2 Stone County Courthouse, City of within six (6) months fromthe date of presented information about the administration to consider having recess part of the SE1A; Section 15, NEt4 NEll4), Section Thirty-two (32); and the Ortonville • said sale by the Mortgagor(s), their programs that the Minnesota Riverprior to lunch, SW1/4, part of the NE~A. West one-half of the Northwest Quarter to pay the debt then secured by said personal represe0tatives or assigns. Valley Education District provides Superintendent's Report: Junior 2. T122N, R45W, 5= P.M., Section 19, GL 17; Section 20, GL 4; Section 29, (W1/2 NW1/4), Section Thirty-three (33), Mortgage, and taxes, if any, on said MORTGAGOR(S) RELEASED FROM including; staff development, lesson high/high school summer school will be part of GL 2, SW~,~NW1.4, NW1/~SWI.~; i Township One Hundred Twenty-two premises, and the costs and FINANCIAL OBLIGATION ON study, technology integration, e-rate and offered thrpugh the Benson ALC. (122) North, Range Forty-four (44) West disbursements including attorneys' fees MORTGAGE: None telecom funding, on-line learning, codex Elementary Summer school will be Section 30, part of•GL 1 and part of i ofthe Fifth Principal Meridian. allowed by law subject to redemption THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A training, alternative learning center, taught by elementary staff. Summer SE~'~NE~A" Mr.Freske introduced himself. He Property Address: 61930 Co. Rd. 64, within 6 months from the date of said DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO targeted services for summer school, classes will also be offered for students replaced Steve Delehanty in the Morris Correll, MN 56227 sale by the mortgagor(s), their personal COLLECT A DEBT. ANY ITV courses, grant writing, research, who did not pass the math standards. i Parcel ID Nos. 01 -0032-000, 01- representatives or assigns.INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE strategic planning, community education The Ortonville School District currently office. 0063,000, 03-0201-000 and 03-0210- DATE TO VACATE PROPERTY: The USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. and ABE. rents farm land to Paul Radermacher. HR Director Sue Schultz reported that Jacob Berger was hired as the temporary 000 date on or before which the mortgagor THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF 10-106 Policy Review 2010-11: Supt. He asked the board if ttley wish to worker at the Highway Department under will be sold bythe County Sheriff of Big must vacate the property if the THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE Taylor presented the employee/ continue renting or would they like tothe County Engineer's annual resolution• Stone County, Minnesota, at public mortgage is not reinstated under ORIGINAl' CREDITOR WITHIN THE personnel, and student policies for consider selling the land. MSBA HR Director Schultz provided an update auction on August 12, 2010 at 10:00 Minnesota Statutes section 580.30 or TIME PROVIDED BY,LAW IS NOT annual board review. T. Henrich wouldSummer Seminar registration deadline a.m. at the Big Stone County Sheriff'sthe property redeemed under Minnesota AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. like to see the dress code enforced, is July 28th. Upper MN Valley Regionalon. the Community Resources Program Coordinator. Motion by Olson, seconded j Board would like the teachers to have Development Commission has a by Berning and carried to approve the Job Office, 20 SE 2nd Street, Ortonville, MN Statutes section 580.23 is 02-10-2011 THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR authority to enforce the code as well as vacancy for a school board 56278. at 11:59 p.m. If the foregoing date is a REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGOR Description at a Grade 9 pending approval I The time allowed by taw for Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, then THE MORTGAGOR'S PERSONAE the principal. He,nrich also questioned representative. If anyone is interested from Merit System and AFSCME and tO redemption by Mortgagor(s) or the date to vacate is the next business REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS, the open noon hour policy. Mr. you must submit a nomination by July begin the hiring process. ' Mortgagor's personal representatives or day at 11:59 p.m. MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS Stattelman felt it would take additional 16th. The Ortonville School plans toMotion by Wulff, seconded by Olson and staffing if noon hours were closed. K. participate in a program to do baseline assigns is six (6) months after the date MORTGAGOR(S) RELEASED FROM IF A JUDICIAL ORDER ~S ENTERED carried to award the bid on SAP 0,6-625-09 ofsale. FINANCIAL OBLIGATION ON UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES, Thymian asked for a cost estimate for tests for athletes for treatment Of to States Border Turf. ' THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR MORTGAGE: NONE SECTION 582.032, DETERMINING. the staffing at the next meeting. Cell concussions. Robert Foley has been REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGOR, THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE phone policy was another issue. School elected as President of the Ortonville Motion by Olson, seconded by Berning rule states that students can't use a celt Education Association. and carried tO award the bid on CP 06- THE MORTGAGOR'S PERSONAL REDEMPTION BYTHE MORTGAGOR, MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE phone during the school day. If they Confirm Meeting Dates: Regular 678-009, Dixon St & SAP 06-603-009to REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS THE MORTGAGOR'S PERSONAL IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS, DWELLING OF LESS THAN FIVE break the rule then their phone is taken Board Meeting: Monday, July 19, 2010 Central Specialties. to the principal's office and must be at 7:00 PM, Library County Engineer Nick Anderson IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED picked up by the parent. D. Hoffman felt Adjourn: 8:42 PM UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES, IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, reported that the County needs to reapply SECTION 582.032, DETERMINING, UNDER M INN ESOTA STATUTES AND ARE ABANDONED. the coaches' recommendations did not Deborah E. Hoffman, Clerk for a permit for the weir on County Ditch #2 AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE SECTION 582.032, DETERMINING, Dated: .July 2, 2010 fully reflect what was discussed at the Marlowe Klepel, Chairman because it needs to be installed closer to MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE THE BUFFALO RIDGE BANK bo&rd/coaches meeting. She felt that the box culvert. Due to recent rains and items such as mandatory parent the actual flow of the water, there may be IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE Mortgagee/Assignee of Mortgagee attendance at pre-season meetings and PROCEEDINGS OF issues with getting the permit• Following ~j DWELLING OF LESS THAN FIVE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL PEMBERTON, SORLIE RUFER & the sportsman creed being read at all discussion, consensus was that this will UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED DWELLING OF LESS THAN FIVE KERSHNER, P.L.L.P. ' IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, .UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED By: RobertW. Bigwood games and printed on the rosters should THE BIG STONE need to be resolved between the DNR and AND ARE ABANDONED. IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, Attorneys for Mortgagee/Assignee Of also be addressed. M. Klepel felt the i FARMERS AND MERCHANTS STATE AND ARE ABANDONED. Mortgagee coaches recommendations were out of COUNTY BOARD 1 the Watershed. The Board will be going on the County BANK OF APPLETON Dated: June 04, 2010 110 North Mill Street. line. These policies will be approved at . road tour following the 5-year plan meeting i Mortgagee or Assignee of Mortgage BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP P.O. Box 866 the August meeting , July 6, 20 0 on Monday, July 12th. Attorneys for Mortgagee Assignee of MortgageeFergusFalls, MN 56537 10-107 •Technology Integration The Big Stone County Board of HR Director Schultz presented the Commissioners met in the Commissioner's or Assignee or Mortgage: Peterson, Fram & Bergman, P.A. 218-736-5493 Position: Supt. Taylor reviewed a Retiree Section of the Handbook for the NELSON, OYEN, TORVIK P.L.L.P. By: Steven H. Bruns (July 6, 13, 20, 27, Aug. 3 & 10, 2010) proposed job description for this Room at 8:30 AM on Tuesday, July 6, Board's review. Motion by Olson, position. He reported that he is hoping 2010. Chairman Sandberg called the seconded by Sandberg and carried to by Stephen Torvik Attorneys for: BAC HomeLoans NOTICE to staff this position with two employees, meeting to order with Commissioners approve Section 700 of the Handbook as 221 North 1st Street Servicing, LP ' Each employee would be allocated Athey, Berning, Cleon and Wulff present, presented. The approved changes will PC Box 219 Assignee of Mortgagee three hours per week during the school Also present were Elsie Per~ine, Mike ,affect all current employees when they Montevideo, MN 56265 55 E. 5th St., Suite 800 OF PUBLIC HEARING year. During the course of the year the Swenson of the Ortonville Independent, retire, not current retirees. Telephone:(320) 269-6461 St. Paul, MN 55101 " NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that theposition would be evaluated and County Attorney Bill Watson and County Board consensus was that they will (June 29, July 6, 13, 20, 27 & Aug. 3, (651) 291-8955 City Council of the City of Ortonville, updated to improve the effectiveness 'of Auditor Michelle Knutson. The Pledge of approvesections as they are completed. 2010) • THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM Minnesota will hold a public hearing in the position. The estimated costs for this Allegiance followed. Motion by Wulff seconded by Cleon &nd A DEBT COLLECTOR. the council room at the Library Media position are $5,500-$6,000. The board MotiQn by Cleon, seconded by Wulff and carried to adopt the revised Big Stone U 16751-095759 " Center located at412 2nd Street NW in recommended proceeding with this County Credit Card Policy as presented. P BLIC NOTICE (June 22, 29, July6,. 13,20&27,2010) the City of Ortonville, Minnesota at 7:00 program. . carried .to approve the minutes of the June15,h regular meeting. Motion by Athey and seconded by CLOSE PROXIMITY OWNERS AND PM on Monday, the 16th day of August, ACTION ITEMS: Motion by Berning, seconded by Athey Berning to refer a received data practices LOCAL OFFICIALS FILING NOTICE 2010, for the purpose of discussion of 10-108 Call for Bids (milk, bread & complaint tO the Welfare Board for a the Five-Year Capital Improvementfuel): M/K. Thymian, S/J. Nelson and and carried to approve the agenda with noted addition, response.Following discussion, motion BIG STONE COUNTY BOARD OF YELLOW BANK TOWNSHIP Program in the City of Ortonville. . unanimously carried, to call for milk, Commissioners reportedon the carried. | ADJUSTMENT For Yellow Bank Township Election All persons desiring to be heard on bread and fuel bids for the 2010-11 following committees: Chairman Sandberg adjourned the Notice is hereby~given that the Big on Tuesday, November 2, 2010. this matter should attend this meeting school year. These bids will be awarded Wulff- PIC; Park meeting at 10:40 AM. Stone County Board of Adjustment will Notice is hereby given to qualified and make known their opinions, at the July meeting. MicheKe R. Knutson, hold a public hearing on August 6, 2010 voters of Yellow Bank Township, Lac qui Dated: July 19, 2010 10-109 Approve MREA Membership Cleon - RDC; Dream for Kids; BSAG Sandberg - Technology; MSl Auditor to act on the following variance Parle County, State of Minnesota, that BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL for the 2010-11 School Year: M/D.Athey- Fair Board; TAC; Prairie 5 Rides RogerSandberg, application: filing for town office will be held for a two OF THE CITY OF ORTONVILLE Hoffman, S/G. Radermacher and Motion by Cleon, seconded by Wulff`and Chairman • ' Time: 8:45 a.m. week period beginning August 3, 2010 Charleen Grossman, unanimously carried to approve carried to adopt the following resolution: Applicant: Clarence Hofer . Affidavits of Candidacy shal be filed City Clerk/Administrator Minnesota Rural Education Association 2010-22 Property Owner: Big Stone Hutterian with the Township Clerk at 3585 - 111th(July 27 & Aug. 3, 2010) membership for 2010-11 for $1,572.00. BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that nursing Brethren, Inc. Ave., Bellingham, MN 56212 by 10-110 ApproVe Maternity Leave homes and assisted living facilities may Court report Legal Description: W 1/2 (Ex. Parcel 4 appointment, phone 320-568-2324 NOTIC Request of Kerry Klepel: M/J. Ross, operate on behalf of their residents, who of W 1/2 SW 1/4 & Parcel 6 of W 1/2 Filing will close on August 17. 2010 atE SIR. Johnson and unanimously carried are physically disabled, low speed vehicles NW 1/4), Section 20 Townsh p 124,5:00 p.m OF PRIMARY ELECTION to approve the maternity leave request such as golf cars and motorized Range 46 Offices to be filled at me NovemberTo the electors of the Election for Kerry Klepel (September 1, 2010 wheelchairs on the Minnesota River Location of Hearing: Approximately 3.5 miles south of Hwy. 75 & 28 junction in Graceville, then west on Cty. Rd. 54 two miles, then north 1/2 mile on Cty. Rd. 35 The variance request is from' Section III Subd. 1.C of the Big Stone County Animal Feedlot Ordinance 2003 and requests permission to exceed the 2.000 animal unit cap for swine by 500 animal units. Section III. Subd. 1.C of the Big Stone County Animal Feedlot Ordinance. 2003 specifies that no feedlot shall exceed 3.000 animal units with a maximum of 2000 animal units of swine. All persons interested may appear and be heard at said time and place, or submit views in writing or by representative, f you know of any interested property owner who. for any reason, has not received a copy of this notice, please inform him/her of the time and place of the hearing. Dated: July 23. 2010 Ronda Maas. Deputy Environmental Officer 20 SE 2nd St. Ortonville. MN 56278 (July 27, 2010) OAsAmericon HeQd sociation WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE Election are: One Supervisor (Seat 2) ............... i....4 year term One Supervisor (Seat 3) .................... 4 year term One Treasurer .............. 4 year term Dated: July 19, 2010 Mary Karels. Clerk Yellow Bank Townshi p (Juty 27. 2010) PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE It all starts with Newspapers Precinct of the Township of Yellow Bank in the County of Lac qui Parle, State of Minnesota Notice is hereby given that a Primary Election will be held in the Election Precinct above named at Yellow Bank Town Hall on Tuesday, the tenth (10th) day of August, 2010, at which the polls wil be open•from the hours of ten (10) o'clock a.m. to the hour of eight (8) o'clock D.m. for the purpose of nominating candidates which are to be voted for at the General Election to be held on Tuesday, the second (2nd) day of November. 2010. Dated: July 23, 2010 Mary Karels. Clerk Town of Yellow Bank (July 27 & Aug, 3. 2010) FILING NOTICE PRIOR TOWNSHIP BIG STONE COUNTY, MINNESOTA Notice ~s hereby given that candidates for the following offices must file between August 3. 2010 and 5:00 p.m. on August 27 2010 at the Prior Township Clerk's office at 34765 790th Avenue. Ortonville, MN 56278. Two (2) Supervisors ..... 4 year term One (1) Treasurer ......... 4 year term Dated: July 20. 2010 David Weber. Clerk Prior Township (JuJy 27. 2010) through November 6, 2010). 10-111 Approve Maternity Leave Request of Kelly Zahrbock: M/T. Henrich, S/M. Hamson and unanimously carried to approve the maternity leave request for Kelly 7ahrbock (September 1 2010 through November 6, 2010). 10-112 Approve ESL Contract with Dawson-Boyd School District: M/R. Thompson, S/J. Nelson and unanimously carried to approve the ESL Teacher of Record contract with the Oawson-Boyd School District for the 2010-11 school year in the amount of $1,000. 10-113 Approve the Co-Curricular Contracts for the 2010-11 School Year: M/J. Nelson to approve the co-curricular contracts for 2010-11 with Robert Foley removed from the list as assistant track coach due to his resignation. The motion died for lack of a second. M/T. Henrich, S/D. Hoffman and unanimously carried to approve the co-curricular contracts with Sheila Hoernemann, as head g~rls' basketball coach, and Robert Foley, as assistant track coach removed from the approved list of supplemental contracts for the 2010-11 school year. "0-114 Review and Approve the 2010-11 Preliminary Budget: M/J. Nelson. S/G. Radermacher and - unanimously carried to approve the 2010-11 budget as presented. 10-115 Approve 2010-11 School Year -Tuition Agreement with Big Stone City School: M/D. Hoffman. SiR. Johnson Headwaters Recreational Trail. Motion by Olson,. seconded by Wulff and carried to execute the purchase agreement with David and Lisa Sayles for a 12 foot strip of land by the Clinton Shop as presented by Attorney Watson. VSO Dan Meyer provided information on his office's activities during the past month for the Board's review. EJ Moberg of the State Auditor's Office was present for the exit interview on the County's 2009 audit• He reported that they issued an unqualified opimon on the 2009 Big Stone County Financial Statements. Sheriff John Haukos was also present Motion by Athey, seconded by Berning and carried to authorize payment of the following claims as presented by Auditor Knutson: General $107 512.39 Highway 65.593•00 Ditch 3,070.00 Total $176 175•39 Moiiort by Berning, seconded by Sandberg and carried to authorize the following interna transactions: Ditch to Highway $ 2.130.43 CD #2 $1.002.80 CD#8 $ 167•30 CD #13 $ 186•37 CD #30 $ 132.30 CD#10/11 $ 127.22 JD #4 $ 514•44 General to Highway $ 4•598•29 Motion by OIson. seconded by Berning and carried that the financial statements be approved and ordered ~ublished. Commissioners expressed their (Week of July 20, 2010) Big Stone County Sheriff's Office Lloyd Duane Tillma, Twin Brooks, SD, Speeding, 65/55, Fined $125. Brandon Lee Garland. Beardsley, Tamper with Motor Vehicle/Enter w/o Owner Permission, Fined, $385, Supervised Probation six months, Local Confinement Stay 30 days for six months. Ethan W. Block, Clinton, Consumption by persons under 21, Misdemeanor, Payable without appearance. Tracy Leah Duncan. Pen Argyl, PA, Speeding, 69/55, Fined $135. Alexander Maxwell Monroe. Thousand Oakes. CA. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Fined, $135. MN State Patrol Gregory Gail Sperr, Morris, Speeding, 65/55, Fined $125. Ortonville Police Department Johanna Krogsrud, Shakopee, Speeding, 54/45, Fined $125. Douglas James Jr. Lindberg, Big Stone City, SD, Disorderly Conduct, Misdemeanor. Mark Christopher Wilkes, Plainview. Speeding, 40/313, Fined $t25. Tuesday, July 27.2010 INDEPENDENT Page 7b I ]