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O notices the receipt of bids. Michelle R. Knutson, Auditor Big Stone County, Minnesota (June 25, July 2, 9, 2002) that sealed Big Stone at the 20 SE 2nd until of August, of the 10 and Oveday 75 Ove 002 320 10,770 16,079 ..... EA 114 }e (non- to Big =rtment), Engineer's Street, 839-2594. right to , or any part of a identified on a Y at least five L Said check event that a contract. within 30 time of paid by the Hours Act Implementing AOF THE AS THEY of notifies all Vl of the Civil as of Federal 21 Non- rtment of ely into ent, will n grounds ion, | Vl of the Civil and (including vantaged of the and that pursuant to to all their race, sex or Minnesota Statute it on any to this Ioyment persons creed, sex, marital )ublic in a sexual Minnesota Statute for Rules of assure contract this holder of a the n this Contact the Rights obtaining from the Rights the section parts are between specification of and to request the uire met Minnesota Rules to plan or result in or revocation Statute , Auditor NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE Date: June 13, 2002 YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT: THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR A'FI'EMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Default has occurred in the conditions of the mortgage dated December 3, 1998, executed by Robyn E. Rendon, a unmarried woman, as Mortgagor, to Long Beach Mortgage Company, as Mortgagee, and filed for record December 11, 1998, in Book 154 of Mortgages, Pages 45-52, as Document No. 147437 in the Office of the County Recorder of Big Stone County, Minnesota. The land described in the mortgage is not registered land. The mortgage has been assigned as follows: to The Chase Manhattan Bank by assignment dated September 28, 2001, recorded October 10, 2001, in Book 164 of Mortgages, Page 445, as Document No. 152412, and to The Chase Manhattan Bank, as Trustee for the Asset Backed Securities Corporation Home Equity Loan Trust 1999-LB1, by corrective assignment dated January 11, 2002, recorded January 24, 2002, in Book 165 of Mortgages, Page 579, as Document No. 152965. The original principal amount secured by the mortgage was: $16,800.00. No action or proceeding at law is now pending to recover the debt secured by the mortgage, or any part thereof. The holder of the mortgage has complied with all conditions precedent to acceleration of the debt secured by the mortgage and foreclosure of the mortgage and all notice and other requii'ements of applicable statutes. At the date of this notice, the amount due on the mortgage, and taxes, if any, paid by the holder of the mortgage is: $19,951.28 Pursuant to the power of sale in the mortgage, the mortgage will be foreclosed, and the land described as follows: Lot Five (5), Block Twenty-Two (22), anginal plat, City of Ortonville; will be sold by the County Shenff of Big Stone County, Minnesota, at public auction on August 27, 2002, at 10:00 a.m. at the Sheriff's Office in the Courthouse, 20 S.E. Second Street, in the City of Ortonville, County of Big Stone, State of Minnesota. The time allowed by law for redemption by mortgagor or mortgager,s personal representatives or assigns is six months after the date of sale. THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGOR, THE MORTGAGER'S PERSONAL REPRESENTITVES OR ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES, SECTION 582.032, DETERMINING, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE t MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 2002 STREET REHABILITA'TION STREET OVERLAY CITY OF ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA Notice is hereby given that sealed bids for the following will be received in the Office of the City Clerk-Administrator of the City of Ortonville, Minnesota, located at 315 Madison Avenue, on or before 7:00 p.m. on Monday, July 15, 2002 at which time and place the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Any bid received subsequent to the time specified will be promptly returned to the bidder unopened. BRuminous Wearing Course Mixture for Street Overlay .......... 300 tons Plans, specifications and bid forms for the 2002 Street Rehabilitation Bid may be obtained at the Office of the Clerk- Administrator, City of Ortonville, 315 Madison Avenue, Ortonville, Minnesota 58278, phone (320)839-3428. CITY OF ORTONVILLE Roman C. Taffe, City Clerk-Administrator (July 2, 9, 2002) PROCEEDINGS OF THE 0RTONVILLE CITY COUNCIL MONDAY, JUNE 17, 2002 7:00 PM COUNCIL CHAMBERS CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Mayor Dinnel called the regular meeting of the Ortonville City Council to order at 7:02 p.m. Roll call was taken with the following-being present: Lisa Berkner, Lenore Sellin, Dan Oakes, Artie Arndt, Mike Dorry, and with the following absent: Mat Reinke. City Staff Present: Roman Tafle, Curt Hormann. Media present: Ryan Stattelman, John Paulson. Others Present: Orlou Mittelstadt, Mildred Thymian, Mary Ann Ulrich. AGENDA AMENDMENTS: A motion was offered by Arndt and seconded by Berkner andthe motion did pass unanimously to approve the agenda as presented. BIDS: Council reviewed the hospital project building committee's and the architect's recommendations regarding the emergency generator for the new clinic. Oakes moved and Sellin seconded that a resolution be adopted Awarding Hospital Emergency Generator Bid IRES 02-058). With all members voting in favor, the motion carded. CITIZENS TO BE HEARD: Mary Ann Ulrich introduced the new chamber of commerce secretary, Odou Mittelstadt, to the council. CONSENT AGENDA." Mayor Dinnel asked if them were any additions, corrections, or deletions to be made to the Consent Agenda. Motion was made by council member Berkner. and seconded by council member Oakas to approve the Consent Agenda (with the exception of 13.e cornfest permit approval) which included the following items: 9 a: Motion approving proposed council minutes of June 3. 2002. | lkffROVEO,VVlTH.jI. FIE$11I.EIILTI 9:M(btllpn 'ovnt$ pposel DWELLING OF LESS THAN FIVE  mines of-June 11, . UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED'- /13.a: Resolution approving '98 Street IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION,//Project pay request -18 IRES 02-059). AND ARE ABANDONED. ./13.b: Motion approving 3.2% malt The mortgagor(s) released from financial obligation on the mortgage is/are: None THE CHASE MANHATTAN BANK, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE ASSET BACKED SECURITIES CORPORATION HOME EQUITY LOAN TRUST 1999-LB1, Assignee Is/David H. Grounds David H. Grounds -for- MAtteR. I.D. #0265742 NANE, CONUN, WHITE & BRANDT PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION Attorneys for Assignee 444 Cedar Street, Suite 1800 St. Paul, Minnesota 55101 Telephone (651) 227-9411 (July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Aug. 6, 2002) NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS " NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ROAD CONSTRUCTION beverage .permits for Holiday Stationstore, Ortonville Pizza Ranch, Sioux Historic Pavilion 13.c: Motion approving dance hall permit for Sioux Historic Pavilion. 13.d: Motion approving bingo permit for senior center 13.e: Motion approving payment of hospital project #12, $355,720.50. 15: Motion approving payment of bills as#ithesented- all members'voting in favor, the motion carried. COMMITTEE/BOARD REPORTS & RECOMMENDATIONS: Council discussed recommendations by the planning commission. Oakes moved and Arndt seconded and the motion passed unanimously adopting the findings of fact on the Jorgenson variance request as presented by the Board of Appeal/Planning Commission. Oakes moved and Sellin seconded and the motion passed unanimously denying the variance request by Doug & Michelle Jorgenson based upon the Notice is hereby given that sealed adopted findings of fact. bids will be received by the Big Stone Berkner moved and Dotty seconded County Board of Commissioners at the and the motion passed unanimously office of the County Auditor, 20 SE 2nd adopting the findings of fact on the Hedge vadance request as presented Street, Ortonviile, MN 58278 until 11:00 by the Board of Appeal/Planning A.M. on the 16th day of July, 2002 for Commission. Dorry moved and Oakes the construction of the following work: seconded and the motion passed S.A.P. O6-626-O5, S.A.R O6-630-O6 AND ASSOCIATED CITY WORK State Aid Project No. 06-6215-05 Location: Between CSAH 30 and TH 7 Type of Work: Mill and Bituminous Wear State Aid Project No. 06-630-06 Location: Between West State Line and TH7 Type of Work: Mill and Bituminous Wear Associated City Work (City of Ortonville) Location: Between TH 7 and CSAH 26 and various side streets along CSAH 26 Type of Work: Bituminous Wear Length: 1.34 miles Major work items are: Mill Bituminous Surface .............. square yard 4,289 Bituminous Joint Type A ................... linear foot 6,640 Tyxrse31 Weadng Mixture ................ ton 3,065 Pavement Marking ............... linear foot 27,634 Upon payment of $20.00 fee (non- refundable, make checks payaMe to Big Stone County Highway Department), plans, proposals and specifications may be obtained at the County Engineer's Office, 437 North Minnesota Street, Ortonville, MN 56278, (320) 839-2594. Big Stone County retains the right to reject any and all bids, or any part of a bid. All bids must be sealed, identified on the envelope, and accompanied by a Certified Check or Bidder's Bond ayable to the Big Stone County asurer in the amount of at least five percent (5%) of the total bid. Said check or bond will be forfeited in the event that the bidder fails to enter into a contract. No bidder may withdraw a bid within 30 days after the scheduled closing time of unanimously approving the variance request by Gayle & Colleen Hedge based upon the adopted findings of fact. Sellin moved and Berkner seconded and the motion passed unanimously adopting the findings ot fact on the Nagel variance request as presented by the Board of Appeal/Planning Commission. Berkner moved and Sellin seconded and the motion passed 5-1 with Arndt voting against, denying the variance request by Doran Nagel based upon the adopted findings of fact. Council discussed recommendations of the police civil service commission. Dinnet moved and Seilin seconded that a resolution be adopted Discontinuing K.9 Drug Program (lIES 02-060). With all members voting in favor, the motion carded. Discussed request for voucher for additional services at the airport for clearing brush. Dinnel moved and Berkner seconded and the motion passed unanimously approving payment of additional services voucher for Todd Verheul for clearing brush. Discussed the city's 'green power' program. Oakes moved and Berkner seconded and the motion passed unanimously adopting the River Winds power program for the City of Ortonville. Berknar moved and Oakas seconded that a resolution be adopted Approving River Winds Program Pricing (lIES 02- 061). With all members voting in favor, the motion carried. Dorry moved and Amdt seconded and the motion passed unanimously approving advertising for bids for the Jefferson/Minnesota Street overlay pr moved and Sallin seconded and the motioq carried approing installation of 15 mph signs on Prior Avenue pending city attorney review. NEW BUSINESS: Dinnel moved and Oakes seconded and the motion passed unanimously approving the fireworks permit for the corn fest. Arndt moved and Sellin seconded that a resolution be adopted Approving Hospital Project Change Order #7 IRES 02-062). With Oakes, Dinnel, Berkner, Arndt, Sellin, voting in favor and Dorry voting against, the motion carried. Council discussed the appointment of a representative to the Western Minnesota revolving loan board and no action was taken thereon. Oakes moved and Dinnel seconded that a resolution be adopted Approving Space Rental For Big Stone Family Services IRES 02-063). With all members voting in favor, the motion carried. ADJOURNMENT." There being no further business to come before the Council, Oakes moved the adjournment of the meeting and with no objections thereto, Dinnel adjoumed the June 17, 2002 meeting of the Ortonville City Codncil at 7:54 p.m. Roman C. Taffe, City Clerk-Administrator PROCEEDINGS OF THE BIG STONE COUNTY BOARD , June 18, 2002 The Big Stone County Board of Commissioners met in the Commissioner's Room at 8:30 AM on Tuesday, June 18, 2002. Chairperson Lane called the meeting to order with Commissioners Krueger, Maas, Swigerd and Torgerson present. Also present were County Attorney Bill Watson and County Auditor Michelle Knutson. The Pledge of Allegiance followed. Motion by Swigerd, seconded by Maas and carried to approve the minutes of the June 6 u regular meeting and the June 17 u Board of Appeal and Equalization meeting. Motion by Torgerson, seconded by Krueger and carried to approve the agenda. Committee reports were presented. Ryan Stattelman of the Ortonville Independent arrived at the meeting. Motion by Swigerd, seconded by Krueger and carried to direct the Personnel Committee to continue to meet with the VSO/ Emergency Management Director. Attorney Watson reported that the Law Library had older books and publications and duplicates that could be disposed of. Motion by Krueger, seconded by Mass and carried to authorize the Court Administrator to dispose of them. County Engineer Nick Anderson arrived at the meeting. Motion by Torgerson, seconded by Swigerd and carried to authorize Attorney Watson to hire an expert for a juvenile matter. Discussion was held on the damage being done to dirt roads after rainfalls. Attorney Watson reported that M.S. 160 provides for a criminal fine and penalty but that the County could pass a specific ordinance if they felt it was needed. Consensus was that it is really more an enforcement issue. Engineer Anderson and Environmental Officer Darren Wilke led a discussion on local road and street construction standards for residential developments and asking the Board to implement minimum standards. Foster ,,Township Oflicial Wilr  and Tom 0akes were also present for the discussion. Attorney Watson requested that no action be taken until Richard and Alice Stielow were present and they were scheduled to be here at 10:00 AM. Stielows arrived and Attorney Watson provided an update of earlier discussions. Chairperson Lane tabled the discussion until 10:00 as the 9:30 appointment is waiting. Alan Karsky presented his on-going concerns with his septic system. A lengthy discussion followed. The discussion on minimum standards for road construction was continued. Those present included Engineer Anderson, Environmental Officer Wilke, Tom Oakes, Richard and Alice Stielow, Mary Andrews, Jim Sester and Wilbur Athey. Motion by Torgerson and seconded by Maas to implement minimum standards including a 33 foot ri81t.of-way, upon the recommendation of the Planning Commission. Following further discussion, motion carried. Motion by Maas, seconded by Krueger and carried to approve the preliminary plat of Rid@ Creek Subdivision as recommended by the Planning Commission. Motion by Torgerson, seconded by Mass and carried to approve the preliminary plat of Gens Addition with noted conditions as recommended by the Planning Commission. Motion by Krueger and seconded by Maas and carried to approve the preliminary plat of Stiewlowville Subdivision as recommended by the Planning Commission. Following discussion on the private lake access, motion' carried, Motion by Swigerd and seconded by Lane that final plats will be approved only after all required improvements are completed. Following discussion, motion carried. Voting AYE were Swigerd, Lane and Maas. Voting NAY were Krueger and Torgerson. Motion by Torgerson, seconded by Krueger and carried to approve the conditional use permit application for a radio communication tower for Big Stone Broadcasting upon the recommendation of the Planning Commission. Motion by Maas, seconded by Swigerd and carried to approve the conditional use permit application for bio-solids for Big Stone Hutterian Brethren with conditions upon the recommendation of the Planning Commission. Discussion was held on the additional billing of the County Attorney to Family Services. Motion by Krueger, seconded by Maas and carried to authorize payment of the following .claims on June 21, 2002: COUNTY REVENUE Cellular 2000 189.14; Cenex 141.56; Computer Professionals 2,248.26; H & A Administrators 244.00; Hoffman Implement 299.32; Holiday Inn 210.57; J & B Excavating 300.00; Lac qui Parle County Sheriff 550.00; Main Street Industries 213.00; MClT 2,500.00; Office Systems 105.42; Carrie Olson 171.01; Ortonville Plbg & Ht8 702.65; Pro Auto 113.01; Rinke-Noonan 200.00; Sheraton Four Points 102.83; State Auditor 9,233.67; Stein's 287.72; Toshiba 385.30; Tri State Water 123.99; True Value 104.47; US Link t,236.16; William Watson 319.56; West Cen Reg Juvenile Center 3,770.00. ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES Computer Professionals 134.25; Kathleen Gibson 500.00; Northern Star 198.04; Ortonville Independent 169.96; State Auditor 383.00; US Link 111.12; Waste Management 7,641.38. ROAD & BRIDGE Big Stone Co.op 207.99; Bituminous Paving 239.49; Clinton Fire Control 13850; Computer Professionals 380.89; Farmers Co-op Elevator 4,884.15; K & 0 Plastering & Drywall 1,350.00; Kim E's Decorating 1,540.35; Lyle Signs 16,200.03; Marihart Surveying 986.00; Nelson Electric 206.80; Ronglien Excavating 395.00; State Auditor 682.59; United Rentals 1,137.63; Unzen Motors 450.57; US Link 249.61; Ziegler 472.53. ENHANCED 9-1-1 Vertical Solutions 1,164.13. COUNTY DITCH J & B Excavating 3,103.19. Number of claims not exceeding $100- 60. Dollar amount of claims not exceeding $100 - $2,290.27. Motion by Torgerson, seconded by Swigerd and carried to execute the contract with the DTED for Grant #CDAP.01.0155-O.FY02. Motion by Swigerd, seconded by Torgerson and carried to execute the Holder of Record Agreement with the City of Ortonville. Motion by Torgerson, seconded by Krueger and carried to submit...the Human Resources Director jQb description to MAXIMUS  fr classification. Motion by Krueger, seconded by Maas and carried to execute the agreement with Deborah Wentland for assessing services. Commissioner Krueger reported that the 4-H Federation had purchased a walk-in cooler for the foodstand. Motion by Krueger, seconded by Torgerson and carried to approve construction to the toodstand on the fairgrounds to accommodate the cooler. Discussion was held on the signage at the Museum. Commissioner Swigerd will follow-up with the Historical Society. Motion by Swigerd, seconded by Krueger and carried to authorize the purchase of a granite plaque for the front " of the Courthouse to commemorate the Centennial observance, including, the cost to engrave the names of current County Commissioners. Rebecca Jackson of Western MN Prairie Waters reviewed the 2001 accomplishments and 2002 goals. Motion by Swigerd, seconded by Krueger and carried to grant the 2003 budget request for regional tourism of $7,500. Following lunch, Engineer Anderson requested to the Board to award the bid and execute the contract for the Toqua Park project. Motion by Krueger, seconded by Maas and carried to award the low bid for SAP 06-618-06, SP 0605-15 and CP 06-652-01 to States Borders Turf. Motion by Torgerson, seconded by Swigerd nd carried to execute the contract with States Borders Turf for the aforementioned projects. Motion by Swigerd, seconded by Mass and carried to adopt the following resolution: 2002-32 WHEREAS, Big Stone County has determined that the following bridges on the CSAH, County Road, Township, and Municipal Street systems are a high priority and require construction, replacement or rehabilitation within the next five (5) years; and WHEREAS, local roads play an essential role in the overall state transportation network and local brid8es are the critical component of the local road systems; and WHEREAS, State support for the construction, replacement or rehabilitation of local bridges continues to be crucial to maintaining the integrity of the local road systems and is necessary for the County and the Townships to proceed with the replacement or rehabilitation of the high priority deficient bridges described above; and WHEREAS, Big Stone County intends to proceed with construction, replacement or rehabilitation of these bridges as soon as possible when State Transportation Bond Funds are available, BE IT RESOLVED, that Big Stone County commits that it will proceed with the design and contract documents for these brid8es immediately after being notified that funds are available in order to permit construction to take place within one year of notification. Engineer Anderson updated the Board on the Rothwell Lakes and County Ditch seeding projects. Commissioner Krueger excused herself from the meeting to participate in the interviewing for the 4.H Program Coordinator position. Engineer Anderson reported that a commercial pesticide applicator license had been applied for. Anderson also reported that state funding had been approved for the Louisburg road in Akron Township. Discussion was held on the relocation of CSAH 30 and MPCA concerns. Motion by Swigerd, seconded by Mass and carried to 8o ahead with the mill and overlay as approved in the 5-year plan. Engineer Anderson reported that the application has been sent in to the State Park Road Account for the roads by Mallard Point and Meadowbrook. Anderson also reported that MCIT is assessing damage to several homes in connection with the First Street project. Motion by Swigerd, seconded by Maas and carried to accept the quote from Computer Professionals for the purchase of software to convert the County to laser printed checks. Commissioner Krueger returned to the meeting during a Human Resources discussion. Chairperson Lane declared the meeting adjourned at 2:15 PM. Michelle R. Knutson, Auditor Richard Lane, Chairperson SPECIAL MEETING June 21, 2002 The Big Stone County Board of Commissioners met In the Commissioner's Room at 9:00 AM on Friday, June 21, 2002, to meet with human resources consultant Dorothy Person of MAXIMUS to discuss the County's human resource needs. Chairperson Lane called the meeting to order with Commissioners Krueger, Mass, Swigerd and Torgerson present. Also present was County Auditor Michelle Knutson. Following introductions, discussion was held to clarify the Board's position regarding the draft job description prepared by MAXIMUS. 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