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c notices ASSUMED NAME MINNESOTA assumed name does exclusive rights required for to enable the true umed name under ass is or will be ORTH CENTRAL i. sPlace of AVE., 56278-1349. ;I complete street Brsons conducting above Assumed IDLEMAN 1SAVE. : .__ MN 56278-1349 am authorized to sign 11 further certify that I l a.! L by signing this Subject to the penalties et forth in Minnesota In 609.48 as if I had rate under oath. 1, 1999 Craig Randleman owner 320-839-2357 Aug. 3, 1999) NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF ASSUMED NAME STATE OF MINNESOTA Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333 The filing of an assumed name does not provide a user with exclusive rights to that name. The filing is requiredfor consumer protection, in order to enable consumers to be able to identify the true owner of a business. The exact assumed name under which the business is or will be conducted is ANN'S CREATIVE CERAMICS. The address of the principal place of business is 221 SE 2ND STREET, ORTONVILLE, MN 56278. The name and complete street address of all persons conducting business under the above Assumed Name ANN M. REDEPENNING 48355 FREVERT FARM ROAD BIG STONE CITY, SD 57216 I certi!y that I am authorized to sign this certificate and I further certify that I understand that by signing this certificate, I am subject to the penalties of perjury as set forth in Minnesota Statutes section 609.48 as if I had signed this certificate under oath. Dated: July 26, 1999 Ann Redepenning, owner 605-862-8424 (July 27, Aug. 3, 1999) REQUEST BY THE BOARD OF I given that on 1999, the City of of Appeal and I Public Hearing at at 315 Madison P.m. At the Public ard will consider a e's Auto Parts, MN. The for rezoning is and South of the g Stone County, if approved, would !_SCribed area from R-l) to Industrial One ing to be heard with Proposed rezoning a rd at this meeting. :LE PLANNING :OARD OF APPEAL )JUSTMENT 27, 1999) CE PLANNING given that the Bi Commission will on Tuesday, n the Memorial Clinton, MN. Tri-County Webb A of the NW p 124, Range permit requests ot petroleum allowed on the )erty. The above zoned as A-l, District, and es with Section County Land Urces Ordinance, may appear and place, o(. or by of any r who, for any of this time p By the order of the lanning Commission Officer :E DISTRICT DWISION MINATION OF and dated filed in this ,at the above dead for certain and last will of the descent etermined and to the persons that said 17th of that the said headng in M.S.A. 524.1- to notice J,..= Peter A. Heft, "uge of District Court Julie Bef 1999) NOTICE NOTICE OF VARIANCE REQUEST PUBLIC HEARING BY THE BOARD OF APPEAL AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF ORTONVILLE Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, August 10, 1999, the City of Ortonvdle's Board of Appeal and Adjustment will hold a Public Hearing at the City Offices located at 315 Madison Avenue at 4:30 p.m. At the Public Hearing the Board will consider a variance request by Dave and Joan Hasslen, 601 Stephens Avenue, Ortonville, MN. The legal deecription of the property is Lot A of Outlet 175 of the City of Ortonvilte, according to the Auditor's plat on file in the office of the county recorder in Big Stone County, Minnesota. The variance request, if approved, would allow Dave and Joan Hasslen to construct a 8' x 24' addition to the front of their home eighteen from their front PsrOperty line. Section Six (6), ubdivision Seven (7)(A)(1) of the Zoning Ordinance requires that a front /eard of not less than twenty-five (25) et is required. Persons desiring to be heard with reference to the proposed variance request will be heard at this meeting. ORTONVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION/BOARD OF APPEAL AND ADJUSTMENT (July 27, 1999) NOTICE DISTRICT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT "" ........... PROBATE DIVISION STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF BIG STONE ORDER AND NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FORMAL PROBATE OF WILL AND APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE(S) IN UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF ERNEST CHARLES COPPER aka E. C. COPPER and as ERNEST Co COPPER Deceased It is Ordered and Notice is hereby liven that on the 17th day of August, 999 at 8:30 o'clock a.m., a hearing will be held in the above named Court at Ortonville, Minnesota, for the formal robate of an instrument purporting to the will of the above named deceased, dated August 8, 1997, and any codicil(s) thereto, and for the appointment of Jeanne E. Longieliere, whose address is 1634 Buffalo Trail, Brookings, SD 57006, as personal representative of the estate of the above named decedent in unsupervised administration, and that any objections thereto must be filed with the Court. That, if proper, and no objections are filed, said personal representative will be appointed to administer the estate, to collect all assets, pay all legal debts, claims, taxes and expenses, and sell real and personalproperty, and do all necessary acts for the estate. Notice is further given that (subject to Minn. Slat. 524.3-801(b)(c)) ALL CREDITORS having claims against said estate are required to present the same to the personal representative or to the Court Administrator within four months after the date of this notice or said claims will be barred. Dated: July 19, 1999 Gerald J. Seibel, Judge of District Court Julie Berger, De uty Court Administrator R. D. SCHREINR Aomey P.O. Box 187 Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2551 Attorney Reg. No. 97597 (July 27, Aug. 3, 1999) NOTICE NOTICE OF CONDITIONAL USE REQUEST PUBLIC HEARING BY THE BOARD OF APPEAL AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF ORTONVILLE Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, August 10, 1999, the City of Ortonvdle's Board of Appeal and Adjustment will hold a Public Headng at the City Offices located at 315 Madison Avenue at 4:30 p.m. At the Public Hearing the Board will consider a conditional use permit request by Strege's Auto Parts, Route 1,Box 44, Ortonville, MN. The properly being requested for rezonmg is west of Highway 75 and south of the Water Plant. The legal descdptlon of the property is Lots 3 & 4 of Outiot 119, and Outlot 172, City of Ortonville, Big Stone County, Minnesota. Thepermit request, if approved, would allow Jim Strege to operate a salvage yard. Such operations are allowed under the City of Ortonville's zoning ordinance only in Industrial Zones and by Conditional Use Permit only. Persons desiring to be heard with reference to the proposed rezoning request will be heard at this meeting. ORTONVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION/BOARD OF APPEAL AND ADJUSTMENT (July 27, 1999) PROCEEDINGS OF THE ORTONVILLE CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY, JULY 6,1999 CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 7:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Mayor Ellingson called the regular meeting of the Ortonville City Council to order at 7:05 p.m. Roll call was taken and the following were present: George Elliott, Mel Reinke, Mike Dorry, Bill Hynnek, Dan Oakes, Mary Gustafson City Staff Present: Roman Taffe, Gary Dinnel, Roger Anderson, Paul Tinklenberg Media Present: Ryan Stattelman, Stacy Dammer Others Present: Ernest Lebouc, Harold Strei, Tom Gronseth, Darrell Pettis, Weston Schneck, Larry Crane, Paul Anderson, Gregg Jorgenson, Daryl Englund, Bill Radio, Rusty Dimberg, John Sander, Dean Strege, Burton Nypen, Pat Hyatt, Jim Strege AGENDA AMENDMENTS: The following agenda amendments were offered by Gustafson and seconded by Reinke and the motion did pass unanimously to approve the following agenda amendments: Committee recommendations: Utility Committee 7/6/99 recommendations Unfinished Business: Review Specifications for Water Tower Demolition New Business: Street Project issues, Clean Up week proclamation RECOGNITIONS/PRESENTATIONS/ INTRODUCTIONS: Bill Radio, Missouri River Energy Services, spoke to the Council regarding Amendment No. 3 to the City's S-I Contract with Missouri River Energy Services. Gustafson moved and Elliott seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-56 RESOLUTION APPROVING S-1 CONTRACT WHEREAS, City of Ortonville, Minnesota ("Ortonville") is currently purchasing power and energy from Missouri Basin Municipal Power Agency d/b/a Missouri River Energy Services ("MRES"); and WHEREAS, Ortonville desires to shorten its power supply planning horizon from ten years to five years; and WHEREAS, Ortonville desires MRES to more accurately specify the capacity, energy and ancillary services components of the supplemental power supply; and WHEREAS, Ortonville and MRES desire to permit the opportunity for MRES to collect stranded costs through MRES' power supply rates; and WHEREAS, Ortonville desires the opportunity to purchase energy produced from renewable resources from MRES under the S-1 Power Sale Agreement; and ....... NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Ortonville as follows: That the agreement with MRES, entitled "Amendment No. 3, Missouri Basin Municipal Power Agency Power Sale Agreement (S-1) between MRES and City of Ortonville, Minnesota is hereby approved in substantially the form presented. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Mayor and Clerk-Administrator shall be, and each of them hereby is authorized and directed to execute and deliver Amendment No 3 on behalf of City of Ortonville, Minnesota. The question of adoption of the Resolution was duly put to a vote which resulted as follows: Aye; Dorry, Elliott, Ellingson, Gustafson, Hynnek, Oakes and Reinke Nay: None Resolution 99-56 passed this 6th day of July 1999. John Sanders from Springsted, Inc. spoke to the council about the financing of the proposed congregate care facility. He recommended that the city should consider financing through a General Obligation bond and his recommendation was taken under advisement. Darrel Englund and Greg Jorgenson from Banner Associates, Inc. addressed the council on the progress of repairs at the water plant. Darrell Pettis, Big Stone County Engineer, asked that the council allow the renamingof a county road. Hynnek moved andReinke seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-57 RESOLUTION APPROVING RENAMING CSAH 37 WHEREAS, the County Board of the County of Big Stone did adopt a resolution on July 6, 1999 revising the designation of County State Aid Hilhway No. 37 within the corporate lim=ts of the City of Ortonville, as follows: RENUMBER COUNTY STATE AID HIGHWAY NO. 37 TO COUNTY STATE AID HIGHWAY NO. 15 NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Ortonville that said revision is in all things approved. On roll call vote, the following resulted: Aye; Dorry, Elliott, Ellingson, Gustafson, Hynnak, Oakes and Reinke Nay: None Resolution 99-57 passed this 6th of July 1999. CITIZENS TO BE HEARD: Burt Nypen spoke to the council of his efforts on behalf of the Ortonville Development Corporation to assist the relocatmn of Strage Auto Salvage. He had attempted to facilitate the purchase of land adjacent to city land but informed the council that the land was not for sale currently. He stated that if the land were to sell it would likely be as a single parcel of approximately 70 acres. Elhott moved and Oakes seconded and the motion passed unanimously to direct the EDA to proceed with negotiating the purchase of said land and if appropriate, to order an appraisal to determine the value thereof. CONSENT AGENDA: Reinke moved and Ellingson seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the Council minutes of June 21, 1999 and the July 2, 1999 as amended are approved. ReinKe moved and EUingeon.saconded and the motion passed unanimously that the Consent Agenda is hereby approved. REPORTS/MINUTES OF BOARDS, COMMITTEES, COMMISSIONS: Elliott moved and Dorry seconded and the motion passed unammously that the recommendation of the Planning Commission approving the conditional use permit requested by the Ortonville Area Health Services to operate a hospital in a residential zone is hereby in all respects approved. Elliott moved and Ellingson seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the recommendation of the Planning Commission approving the variance request by Jeff Hynnek to construct a garage eight feet from his side property line =s hereby approved.. Reinke moved and Hynnek seconded and the motion passed with Oakes voting nay that the recommendation of the Planning Commission rezonin, lots 1, 2 & 3 Outlet 1.30 City of Ortonvdle to Industrial One classification is approved. Ellingson moved and Reinke seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the 6/17199 minutes of the Library Board with the exception of the approval of the Pioneedand Library contract are approved. Dorry moved and Gustafson seconded and the motion passed unanimously that 6/14/99 minutes of the Golf Board as presented are approved. Elliott moved and Reinke seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the 6/24/99 minutes of the Safety Committee as presented are approved. Gustafson moved and Reinke seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the 6/29199 minutes of the Street Committee as presented are approved. Elliott moved and Oakes seconded and the motion passed unanimous!y that the quote of $.90 per foot by Sev s Excavating for the installation of a two foot deep two inch water line approximately 1,500 feet in length at the Golf Course is hereby approved. Ellingson moved and Hynnek seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the City of Ortonville ssue Requests For Proposals for a water softening system addition to the municipal water plant. Reinke movedand Hynnek seconded that the followingresolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-58 RESOLUTION HIRING LARSON- PETERSON & ASSOCIATES, INC. TO DESIGN WATER LINE EXTENSION BE tT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Ortonville that Larson Peterson & Associates, Inc. be and is hereby retained to draw preliminary plans and specifications for the installation of water lines to service those properties within the city limits which are not currently served by the municipal water system. Upon roll call vote the results were as follows: Aye; Dorry, Elliot, Eltinlson, Gustafson, Hynnek, Oakes and Retake Nay: None Resolution 99-58 passed this 6th day of July 1999. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Reinke moved and Ellingson seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-59 RESOLUTION SUPPORTING SALE OF LAND BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED bythe Council of the City of Ortonville (City) obtain a proper appraisal of Lot 2, Outlet 130 City of Ortonville in order to determine the market value thereof. On Roll Call Vote Those voting in favor: Gustafson, Oakes, Hynnek, Elliott, Reinke, Ellingson and those against: Dorry. Resolution 99-59 passed this 6th of July 1999. Hynnek moved and Gustafson seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the 1998 audit as performed and presented by Wolf Etter & Company is approved. Next Council discussed the purchase of the old Minnwest Bank building. Oakes moved and Reinke seconded that the followingresolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-60 RESOLUTION APPROVING TERMS OF PURCHASE OF NEW CITY OFFICE BUILDING BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Ortonville that the purchase of the buildlnglocated at 121 NW Second Streetbe and is hereby approved subject to the following conditions: Seller at his expense shall deliver an acceptable independent air quality survey satisfying MPC requirements. Price shall be negotiated by ad hoc committee formedfor this purpose which will make its recommendation to the Council as a whole. Purchase agreement shall be drafted by City Attorney Base Lease agreement to Ortonville Independent shall not to exceed 10 years shall be drafted by City Attorney Lease agreement terms shall provide that Lease be null and void if chemical odors at anytime during term of Lease escape to City portion of building Appraisal b State certified shall be ordered on said property forthwith Upon Roll Call Vote the following resulted: Those in favor: Elliott, Dorry, Reinke, Oakes and those against: Hynnek, Gustafson, Ellingson. Resolution 99-60 passed this 6th of July 1999. NEW BUSINESS: Oakes moved and Ellingson seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-61 RESOLUTION APPROVING PLANS AND SPECIRCATIONS FOR LUNDELL AVENUE BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Ortonville that the plans and specifications for the installation of street, curb and gutter for Lundell Avenue are hereby approved and that Larson-Peterso & Associates, Inc. are hereby authorized to let bids for said improvement project. Upon roll call vote the results were as follows: Aye; Dorry, EIliott, EIlingson, Gustafson, Hynnek, Oakee and Reinke Nay: None Resolution 99-61 passed this 6th of July 1999. Hynnek moved and Dorry seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the subordination agreement allowing Minnwest Bank/SBA to have pdodty lien position on the Tom & Paula Tobin/Dairy Queen loan is hereby approved. A request by Cenex to purchase land from the City of Ortonville wee tabled. Dorry moved and Ellingson seconded and the motion passed unanimously that Ehlers & Associate=, Inc. are appointed financial advisor and Briggs & Morgan are appointed bond counse| for the proposed Hospital construction project. "0000INDEPENDENT The council next discussed problems on the current street improvement project. The Street Committee was forth. Mayor Ellingson proclaimed July 20th through the 26th as Ortonville Cleanup Week. Dorry moved and Ellingson seconded that the followingresolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-62 RESOLUTION APPROVING FUNDING FOR REGIONAL VISITOR CENTER BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Ortonville that a contdbution of $10,000 per year for ten years for the support of a regional tourism position is hereby approved and that funds for said contribution shall be payable from the City of Ortonville Enterprise funds to the extent subject to statutory bonding limits. Roll Call Vote: Aye; Dorry, Elliott, Ellingson, Gustafson, Hynnek, Oakes and Reinke; Nay: None Resolution 99-62 passed this 6th of July 1999. ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business before the Council, Elliott moved and Ellingson seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the July 6th meeting of the Ortonville City Council is adjourned at 9:23 p.m. Roman C. Taffe, City Clerk-Administrator Dave Ellingson, Mayor PROCEEDINGS OF THE ORTONVILLE SCHOOL BOARD June 21, 1999 The Ortonville School Board of Education met in regular session on Monday, June 21, 1999 at 7:30 P.M. in the Library/Media Center. Memberspresent: K. Thymian, J. Nelson, R. Thompson, M. Klepel, J. Messmer and S. Maee. Members absent: None Also present: Superintendent Jeff Taylor, Terry Rheingans, Joel Stattelman, Laurie Maas, Don Donais, Vicki Dorry, Glenn Henningson, Brent Hessian, Curt Bailey, Jill Randall, Hilary Wiese and Danielle Beyer. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson, K. Thymian, at 7:34 P.M. and welcomed all in attendance. 99-11 9. Motion by R. Thompson, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carried, to approve the agenda with additions of 99-132 Special meeting date and 99-133 Declaration of surplus. 99-120. Motion by S. Mass, seconded by M. Klepel and unanimously carded, to approve the Consent Items as follows: 120.1 Approval of the minutes for May 17, 1999 and June 9, 1999 meetings as presented. 120.2 Resolved, that the June bills be paid in the amount of $305,185.89. Construction .................... $183,292.39 Payrolls, June (HLT, LTD)....$5,600.28 Misc. Bills ......................... $116,293.22 Total ................................. $305,185.89 120.3 Approval of the Cash Balance Sheet for May, 1999 and investments. 120.4.1 Approval of hiring James Timmerman, Secondary Social Studies Instructor at BA Step 1 $24,000,00 of the Master Agreement salary schedule for the 1999-2000 school year. 120.4.2 Approval of hiring Rodney Torgeson, Secondary Math Instructor at BA Step 1 $24,000.00 of the Master Agreement salary schedule for the 1999-2000 school year. 120.4.3 Approval of hiring Peggy Duffield, Secondary Home Ec. Instructor at BA+15 Step 5527,100.00 of the Master Agreement salary schedule for the 1999-2000 school year. 120.4.4 Approval of hiring Sue Hanratty, Cafeteria Supervisor at C41 Step 5 $11.32 of the Working Agreement for Support Staff salary schedule for the 1999-2000 school year. 120.4.5 Approve the open enrollment request from Shelley Redfleld to have her son Sister Redfield attend James Knoll Elementary ECSE for the 1999- 2000 schoo 99-121. Liz Johnson presented a grad standards package on a state presentation endbooklet that her 4th grade class worked on. 99-122. Brent Hessian and Curt Bailey reviewed the progress on the building project, reviewed the change orders and timeline for the completion of the project. 99-123. Mr. Taylor reviewed the Basic Skills Summer School for those students who have not passed the Basic Skills test in Reading and Math. Summer school for Basic Skills will be held on July 12-26 with testing dates set for July 27th and 28th. 99-124. Jill Randall, Hilary Wisse and Danielle Beyer were present to ask the Board's permission to do fundrelsin for their proposed Dixieland Trip. The tnp to New Orleans would consist of 7 students, the director and chaperones and would be taken In March of 2001. Following the discussion, a motion was made by S. Mass, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carried, to allow the students to begin fundraising for their tdp. 99-125. Following the discussion regarding the proposed Kindergarten schedule for the 1999-2000 school year, a motion was made by J. Messmer, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carded, to approve the four day program Monday through Thursday ful/days. Laurie Mass contract would remain full-time with Friday's in the  Nurse's office. 99-126. Motion by R. Thompson, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carried, to approve the grading policy as recommended by the Faculty Council and Administration effective for the 1999-2000 school year. 99-127. Following discussion regarding Mr. Pflegegs ALC storage building project andthe cost involved, a motion was made by R. Thompson, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carried, to approve the ALC storage building project at en approximate cost of $4,000.00. 99-128. Change orders are as follows: 1. Motion by R. Thompson, seconded by M. Klepel and unanimously carded, to approve the back fill of dirt at the old sertdce entry of the kitchen. Cost involved wouldbe for the labor for filling; spreading and pecking of the dirt. 2. Motion by S. Mess, seconded by J. Messmer and unanimously carried, to approve the purchase of additional storage cabinets for the percussion instruments in the band room. Funds from the music receipts would cover the cost of the .cabinetry. Discussion was held regarding the condition of the sidewalks and blacktop on Trojan Drive. It was decided that Marlowe, Ron and Scott would meet with Heeslen's and the City regarding this matter. 99-129. Discussion was held regarding the request for additional days for psychology and occupational therapy. Following the discussion, a motion was made by M. Klepel, seconded by R. Thompson end unanimously carried, to approve the additional days from 80 to 125 for the 1999-2000 school year. 99-130. Motion by J. Messmer, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carried, to approve the request from Kyle Inforzato to hold the summer conditioning program July 12th through August 10th at e cost of $1 250.00. 99-131. Motion by M. Klepel, seconded by R. Thompson and unanimously carded, to award the quote for painting the auditorium to Bachrnan Painting, Inc. in the amount of $17,908.00. A quote was also received from Ellis Lieffort Painting for $18,355.00. 99-132. A meeting to approve a preliminary budget for the 1999-2000 school year was set for June 30, 1999 at 6:30 P.M. in the Library/Media Center. This meeting will precede the negotiation meeting set for 7:30 P.M. 99-133. Motion by R. Thompson, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carried, to declare 8 window air conditioners and 10 drafting tables surplus and to advertise for sale. Upcoming opportunities include the MSBA Summer Seminar held August 11-13, 1999 at the Radisson South Hotel in Bloomington, MN and the Special Board meetm on June 30th at 6:30 P.M. for 'preliminary budget approval followed by negotiations meeting at 7:30 P.M. At 9:40 P.M., with no further business, the meeting was adjourned by action of the Chair, K. Thymian. The next regular meeting of the Board will be held on July 19, 1999 at 7:30 P.M. in the Library/Media Center. SPECIAL SESSION June 30, 1999 The Ortonville School Board of Education met in a special session on Wednesday, June 30, 1999 at 6:30 P.M. in the Library/Media Center. The purpose of the meeting was to adopt a preliminary budget for the 1999-2000 school year. Members present: Janet Messmer, Kathi Thymian, non Thompson and Jim Nelson. Also present: Superintendent Jeff Taylor, Ryan Stattelman and Bonnie Inforzato. The meeting Was called to order at 6:38 P.M. by Chairperson, K. Thymian. 99-134. Motion by R. Thompson, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carried, to approve the agenda as presented. 99-135. Motion by R. Thompson, seconded by J. Messmer and unanimously carried, to approve the remainder of the fiscal 98-99bills in the amount of $28,463.58. 99-136. Motion by J. Messmer, seconded by J. Nelson end unanimously/carried, to approve the hiring of L=sa Berdan, Secondary Language Arts Inetmetre,t BA Step 3 $25,280.00 for the 1999-2000 school year. 99-1'37. Motion by J. Nelson, seconded by R. Thompson and unanimously carded, to call for bids on fuel for district owned vehicles, dairy and bakery products for the 1999-2000 school year. 99-138. Motion by J. Nelson, seconded by J. Messmer and unanimously carried, to enter into an agreement with Southwest/West Central Service Cooperatives for the Bleacher Safety Management Program in the amount of $1,450.00. 99-139. Motion .by J. Nelson, seconded by R. Thompson end unanimously carried, to adopt the preliminary budget for the 1999-2000 =schooloyear as follows: General Revenues ......  .............. $4,792,434 Expenditures ................. $4,792,434 Food Service Revenues ......................... $193,259 comEXpenditures .................... $193,259 munity Service Revenues ........................ $130,053 ExPenditures....: ............... $140,917 Debt Service Revenues ........................ $738,494 Expenditures ....... , ............ $738,494 TrusVAgency Revenues ............................ $2,860 Expenditures ........................ $2,860 Building Construction Revenues ..................... $1,300,000 Expenditures ................. $1,300,000 TOTAL REVENUES ......... $7,157,100 TOTAL EXPENDITURES..., ...... $7,167,964 With no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 7:03 P.M. by actionof the_ Chair, K. Thymian. The next regular meeting of the Board will be held on Monday, July. 19, 1999 at 7:30 P.M. in the Library/Media Center. James A. N Kathi Thymian, Chairperson Save this paper t0r 1 _Cl.ake;" war_breaker I Pagc l Ib c notices ASSUMED NAME MINNESOTA assumed name does exclusive rights required for to enable the true umed name under ass is or will be ORTH CENTRAL i. sPlace of AVE., 56278-1349. ;I complete street Brsons conducting above Assumed IDLEMAN 1SAVE. : .__ MN 56278-1349 am authorized to sign 11 further certify that I l a.! L by signing this Subject to the penalties et forth in Minnesota In 609.48 as if I had rate under oath. 1, 1999 Craig Randleman owner 320-839-2357 Aug. 3, 1999) NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF ASSUMED NAME STATE OF MINNESOTA Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333 The filing of an assumed name does not provide a user with exclusive rights to that name. The filing is requiredfor consumer protection, in order to enable consumers to be able to identify the true owner of a business. The exact assumed name under which the business is or will be conducted is ANN'S CREATIVE CERAMICS. The address of the principal place of business is 221 SE 2ND STREET, ORTONVILLE, MN 56278. The name and complete street address of all persons conducting business under the above Assumed Name ANN M. REDEPENNING 48355 FREVERT FARM ROAD BIG STONE CITY, SD 57216 I certi!y that I am authorized to sign this certificate and I further certify that I understand that by signing this certificate, I am subject to the penalties of perjury as set forth in Minnesota Statutes section 609.48 as if I had signed this certificate under oath. Dated: July 26, 1999 Ann Redepenning, owner 605-862-8424 (July 27, Aug. 3, 1999) REQUEST BY THE BOARD OF I given that on 1999, the City of of Appeal and I Public Hearing at at 315 Madison P.m. At the Public ard will consider a e's Auto Parts, MN. The for rezoning is and South of the g Stone County, if approved, would !_SCribed area from R-l) to Industrial One ing to be heard with Proposed rezoning a rd at this meeting. :LE PLANNING :OARD OF APPEAL )JUSTMENT 27, 1999) CE PLANNING given that the Bi Commission will on Tuesday, n the Memorial Clinton, MN. Tri-County Webb A of the NW p 124, Range permit requests ot petroleum allowed on the )erty. The above zoned as A-l, District, and es with Section County Land Urces Ordinance, may appear and place, o(. or by of any r who, for any of this time p By the order of the lanning Commission Officer :E DISTRICT DWISION MINATION OF and dated filed in this ,at the above dead for certain and last will of the descent etermined and to the persons that said 17th of that the said headng in M.S.A. 524.1- to notice J,..= Peter A. Heft, "uge of District Court Julie Bef 1999) NOTICE NOTICE OF VARIANCE REQUEST PUBLIC HEARING BY THE BOARD OF APPEAL AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF ORTONVILLE Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, August 10, 1999, the City of Ortonvdle's Board of Appeal and Adjustment will hold a Public Hearing at the City Offices located at 315 Madison Avenue at 4:30 p.m. At the Public Hearing the Board will consider a variance request by Dave and Joan Hasslen, 601 Stephens Avenue, Ortonville, MN. The legal deecription of the property is Lot A of Outlet 175 of the City of Ortonvilte, according to the Auditor's plat on file in the office of the county recorder in Big Stone County, Minnesota. The variance request, if approved, would allow Dave and Joan Hasslen to construct a 8' x 24' addition to the front of their home eighteen from their front PsrOperty line. Section Six (6), ubdivision Seven (7)(A)(1) of the Zoning Ordinance requires that a front /eard of not less than twenty-five (25) et is required. Persons desiring to be heard with reference to the proposed variance request will be heard at this meeting. ORTONVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION/BOARD OF APPEAL AND ADJUSTMENT (July 27, 1999) NOTICE DISTRICT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT "" ........... PROBATE DIVISION STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF BIG STONE ORDER AND NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FORMAL PROBATE OF WILL AND APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE(S) IN UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF ERNEST CHARLES COPPER aka E. C. COPPER and as ERNEST Co COPPER Deceased It is Ordered and Notice is hereby liven that on the 17th day of August, 999 at 8:30 o'clock a.m., a hearing will be held in the above named Court at Ortonville, Minnesota, for the formal robate of an instrument purporting to the will of the above named deceased, dated August 8, 1997, and any codicil(s) thereto, and for the appointment of Jeanne E. Longieliere, whose address is 1634 Buffalo Trail, Brookings, SD 57006, as personal representative of the estate of the above named decedent in unsupervised administration, and that any objections thereto must be filed with the Court. That, if proper, and no objections are filed, said personal representative will be appointed to administer the estate, to collect all assets, pay all legal debts, claims, taxes and expenses, and sell real and personalproperty, and do all necessary acts for the estate. Notice is further given that (subject to Minn. Slat. 524.3-801(b)(c)) ALL CREDITORS having claims against said estate are required to present the same to the personal representative or to the Court Administrator within four months after the date of this notice or said claims will be barred. Dated: July 19, 1999 Gerald J. Seibel, Judge of District Court Julie Berger, De uty Court Administrator R. D. SCHREINR Aomey P.O. Box 187 Ortonville, MN 56278 320-839-2551 Attorney Reg. No. 97597 (July 27, Aug. 3, 1999) NOTICE NOTICE OF CONDITIONAL USE REQUEST PUBLIC HEARING BY THE BOARD OF APPEAL AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF ORTONVILLE Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, August 10, 1999, the City of Ortonvdle's Board of Appeal and Adjustment will hold a Public Headng at the City Offices located at 315 Madison Avenue at 4:30 p.m. At the Public Hearing the Board will consider a conditional use permit request by Strege's Auto Parts, Route 1,Box 44, Ortonville, MN. The properly being requested for rezonmg is west of Highway 75 and south of the Water Plant. The legal descdptlon of the property is Lots 3 & 4 of Outiot 119, and Outlot 172, City of Ortonville, Big Stone County, Minnesota. Thepermit request, if approved, would allow Jim Strege to operate a salvage yard. Such operations are allowed under the City of Ortonville's zoning ordinance only in Industrial Zones and by Conditional Use Permit only. Persons desiring to be heard with reference to the proposed rezoning request will be heard at this meeting. ORTONVILLE PLANNING COMMISSION/BOARD OF APPEAL AND ADJUSTMENT (July 27, 1999) PROCEEDINGS OF THE ORTONVILLE CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY, JULY 6,1999 CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 7:00 P.M. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL: Mayor Ellingson called the regular meeting of the Ortonville City Council to order at 7:05 p.m. Roll call was taken and the following were present: George Elliott, Mel Reinke, Mike Dorry, Bill Hynnek, Dan Oakes, Mary Gustafson City Staff Present: Roman Taffe, Gary Dinnel, Roger Anderson, Paul Tinklenberg Media Present: Ryan Stattelman, Stacy Dammer Others Present: Ernest Lebouc, Harold Strei, Tom Gronseth, Darrell Pettis, Weston Schneck, Larry Crane, Paul Anderson, Gregg Jorgenson, Daryl Englund, Bill Radio, Rusty Dimberg, John Sander, Dean Strege, Burton Nypen, Pat Hyatt, Jim Strege AGENDA AMENDMENTS: The following agenda amendments were offered by Gustafson and seconded by Reinke and the motion did pass unanimously to approve the following agenda amendments: Committee recommendations: Utility Committee 7/6/99 recommendations Unfinished Business: Review Specifications for Water Tower Demolition New Business: Street Project issues, Clean Up week proclamation RECOGNITIONS/PRESENTATIONS/ INTRODUCTIONS: Bill Radio, Missouri River Energy Services, spoke to the Council regarding Amendment No. 3 to the City's S-I Contract with Missouri River Energy Services. Gustafson moved and Elliott seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-56 RESOLUTION APPROVING S-1 CONTRACT WHEREAS, City of Ortonville, Minnesota ("Ortonville") is currently purchasing power and energy from Missouri Basin Municipal Power Agency d/b/a Missouri River Energy Services ("MRES"); and WHEREAS, Ortonville desires to shorten its power supply planning horizon from ten years to five years; and WHEREAS, Ortonville desires MRES to more accurately specify the capacity, energy and ancillary services components of the supplemental power supply; and WHEREAS, Ortonville and MRES desire to permit the opportunity for MRES to collect stranded costs through MRES' power supply rates; and WHEREAS, Ortonville desires the opportunity to purchase energy produced from renewable resources from MRES under the S-1 Power Sale Agreement; and ....... NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Ortonville as follows: That the agreement with MRES, entitled "Amendment No. 3, Missouri Basin Municipal Power Agency Power Sale Agreement (S-1) between MRES and City of Ortonville, Minnesota is hereby approved in substantially the form presented. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Mayor and Clerk-Administrator shall be, and each of them hereby is authorized and directed to execute and deliver Amendment No 3 on behalf of City of Ortonville, Minnesota. The question of adoption of the Resolution was duly put to a vote which resulted as follows: Aye; Dorry, Elliott, Ellingson, Gustafson, Hynnek, Oakes and Reinke Nay: None Resolution 99-56 passed this 6th day of July 1999. John Sanders from Springsted, Inc. spoke to the council about the financing of the proposed congregate care facility. He recommended that the city should consider financing through a General Obligation bond and his recommendation was taken under advisement. Darrel Englund and Greg Jorgenson from Banner Associates, Inc. addressed the council on the progress of repairs at the water plant. Darrell Pettis, Big Stone County Engineer, asked that the council allow the renamingof a county road. Hynnek moved andReinke seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-57 RESOLUTION APPROVING RENAMING CSAH 37 WHEREAS, the County Board of the County of Big Stone did adopt a resolution on July 6, 1999 revising the designation of County State Aid Hilhway No. 37 within the corporate lim=ts of the City of Ortonville, as follows: RENUMBER COUNTY STATE AID HIGHWAY NO. 37 TO COUNTY STATE AID HIGHWAY NO. 15 NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Ortonville that said revision is in all things approved. On roll call vote, the following resulted: Aye; Dorry, Elliott, Ellingson, Gustafson, Hynnak, Oakes and Reinke Nay: None Resolution 99-57 passed this 6th of July 1999. CITIZENS TO BE HEARD: Burt Nypen spoke to the council of his efforts on behalf of the Ortonville Development Corporation to assist the relocatmn of Strage Auto Salvage. He had attempted to facilitate the purchase of land adjacent to city land but informed the council that the land was not for sale currently. He stated that if the land were to sell it would likely be as a single parcel of approximately 70 acres. Elhott moved and Oakes seconded and the motion passed unanimously to direct the EDA to proceed with negotiating the purchase of said land and if appropriate, to order an appraisal to determine the value thereof. CONSENT AGENDA: Reinke moved and Ellingson seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the Council minutes of June 21, 1999 and the July 2, 1999 as amended are approved. ReinKe moved and EUingeon.saconded and the motion passed unanimously that the Consent Agenda is hereby approved. REPORTS/MINUTES OF BOARDS, COMMITTEES, COMMISSIONS: Elliott moved and Dorry seconded and the motion passed unammously that the recommendation of the Planning Commission approving the conditional use permit requested by the Ortonville Area Health Services to operate a hospital in a residential zone is hereby in all respects approved. Elliott moved and Ellingson seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the recommendation of the Planning Commission approving the variance request by Jeff Hynnek to construct a garage eight feet from his side property line =s hereby approved.. Reinke moved and Hynnek seconded and the motion passed with Oakes voting nay that the recommendation of the Planning Commission rezonin, lots 1, 2 & 3 Outlet 1.30 City of Ortonvdle to Industrial One classification is approved. Ellingson moved and Reinke seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the 6/17199 minutes of the Library Board with the exception of the approval of the Pioneedand Library contract are approved. Dorry moved and Gustafson seconded and the motion passed unanimously that 6/14/99 minutes of the Golf Board as presented are approved. Elliott moved and Reinke seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the 6/24/99 minutes of the Safety Committee as presented are approved. Gustafson moved and Reinke seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the 6/29199 minutes of the Street Committee as presented are approved. Elliott moved and Oakes seconded and the motion passed unanimous!y that the quote of $.90 per foot by Sev s Excavating for the installation of a two foot deep two inch water line approximately 1,500 feet in length at the Golf Course is hereby approved. Ellingson moved and Hynnek seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the City of Ortonville ssue Requests For Proposals for a water softening system addition to the municipal water plant. Reinke movedand Hynnek seconded that the followingresolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-58 RESOLUTION HIRING LARSON- PETERSON & ASSOCIATES, INC. TO DESIGN WATER LINE EXTENSION BE tT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Ortonville that Larson Peterson & Associates, Inc. be and is hereby retained to draw preliminary plans and specifications for the installation of water lines to service those properties within the city limits which are not currently served by the municipal water system. Upon roll call vote the results were as follows: Aye; Dorry, Elliot, Eltinlson, Gustafson, Hynnek, Oakes and Retake Nay: None Resolution 99-58 passed this 6th day of July 1999. UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Reinke moved and Ellingson seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-59 RESOLUTION SUPPORTING SALE OF LAND BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED bythe Council of the City of Ortonville (City) obtain a proper appraisal of Lot 2, Outlet 130 City of Ortonville in order to determine the market value thereof. On Roll Call Vote Those voting in favor: Gustafson, Oakes, Hynnek, Elliott, Reinke, Ellingson and those against: Dorry. Resolution 99-59 passed this 6th of July 1999. Hynnek moved and Gustafson seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the 1998 audit as performed and presented by Wolf Etter & Company is approved. Next Council discussed the purchase of the old Minnwest Bank building. Oakes moved and Reinke seconded that the followingresolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-60 RESOLUTION APPROVING TERMS OF PURCHASE OF NEW CITY OFFICE BUILDING BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Ortonville that the purchase of the buildlnglocated at 121 NW Second Streetbe and is hereby approved subject to the following conditions: Seller at his expense shall deliver an acceptable independent air quality survey satisfying MPC requirements. Price shall be negotiated by ad hoc committee formedfor this purpose which will make its recommendation to the Council as a whole. Purchase agreement shall be drafted by City Attorney Base Lease agreement to Ortonville Independent shall not to exceed 10 years shall be drafted by City Attorney Lease agreement terms shall provide that Lease be null and void if chemical odors at anytime during term of Lease escape to City portion of building Appraisal b State certified shall be ordered on said property forthwith Upon Roll Call Vote the following resulted: Those in favor: Elliott, Dorry, Reinke, Oakes and those against: Hynnek, Gustafson, Ellingson. Resolution 99-60 passed this 6th of July 1999. NEW BUSINESS: Oakes moved and Ellingson seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-61 RESOLUTION APPROVING PLANS AND SPECIRCATIONS FOR LUNDELL AVENUE BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Ortonville that the plans and specifications for the installation of street, curb and gutter for Lundell Avenue are hereby approved and that Larson-Peterso & Associates, Inc. are hereby authorized to let bids for said improvement project. Upon roll call vote the results were as follows: Aye; Dorry, EIliott, EIlingson, Gustafson, Hynnek, Oakee and Reinke Nay: None Resolution 99-61 passed this 6th of July 1999. Hynnek moved and Dorry seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the subordination agreement allowing Minnwest Bank/SBA to have pdodty lien position on the Tom & Paula Tobin/Dairy Queen loan is hereby approved. A request by Cenex to purchase land from the City of Ortonville wee tabled. Dorry moved and Ellingson seconded and the motion passed unanimously that Ehlers & Associate=, Inc. are appointed financial advisor and Briggs & Morgan are appointed bond counse| for the proposed Hospital construction project. "0000INDEPENDENT The council next discussed problems on the current street improvement project. The Street Committee was forth. Mayor Ellingson proclaimed July 20th through the 26th as Ortonville Cleanup Week. Dorry moved and Ellingson seconded that the followingresolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 99-62 RESOLUTION APPROVING FUNDING FOR REGIONAL VISITOR CENTER BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Ortonville that a contdbution of $10,000 per year for ten years for the support of a regional tourism position is hereby approved and that funds for said contribution shall be payable from the City of Ortonville Enterprise funds to the extent subject to statutory bonding limits. Roll Call Vote: Aye; Dorry, Elliott, Ellingson, Gustafson, Hynnek, Oakes and Reinke; Nay: None Resolution 99-62 passed this 6th of July 1999. ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business before the Council, Elliott moved and Ellingson seconded and the motion passed unanimously that the July 6th meeting of the Ortonville City Council is adjourned at 9:23 p.m. Roman C. Taffe, City Clerk-Administrator Dave Ellingson, Mayor PROCEEDINGS OF THE ORTONVILLE SCHOOL BOARD June 21, 1999 The Ortonville School Board of Education met in regular session on Monday, June 21, 1999 at 7:30 P.M. in the Library/Media Center. Memberspresent: K. Thymian, J. Nelson, R. Thompson, M. Klepel, J. Messmer and S. Maee. Members absent: None Also present: Superintendent Jeff Taylor, Terry Rheingans, Joel Stattelman, Laurie Maas, Don Donais, Vicki Dorry, Glenn Henningson, Brent Hessian, Curt Bailey, Jill Randall, Hilary Wiese and Danielle Beyer. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson, K. Thymian, at 7:34 P.M. and welcomed all in attendance. 99-11 9. Motion by R. Thompson, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carried, to approve the agenda with additions of 99-132 Special meeting date and 99-133 Declaration of surplus. 99-120. Motion by S. Mass, seconded by M. Klepel and unanimously carded, to approve the Consent Items as follows: 120.1 Approval of the minutes for May 17, 1999 and June 9, 1999 meetings as presented. 120.2 Resolved, that the June bills be paid in the amount of $305,185.89. Construction .................... $183,292.39 Payrolls, June (HLT, LTD)....$5,600.28 Misc. Bills ......................... $116,293.22 Total ................................. $305,185.89 120.3 Approval of the Cash Balance Sheet for May, 1999 and investments. 120.4.1 Approval of hiring James Timmerman, Secondary Social Studies Instructor at BA Step 1 $24,000,00 of the Master Agreement salary schedule for the 1999-2000 school year. 120.4.2 Approval of hiring Rodney Torgeson, Secondary Math Instructor at BA Step 1 $24,000.00 of the Master Agreement salary schedule for the 1999-2000 school year. 120.4.3 Approval of hiring Peggy Duffield, Secondary Home Ec. Instructor at BA+15 Step 5527,100.00 of the Master Agreement salary schedule for the 1999-2000 school year. 120.4.4 Approval of hiring Sue Hanratty, Cafeteria Supervisor at C41 Step 5 $11.32 of the Working Agreement for Support Staff salary schedule for the 1999-2000 school year. 120.4.5 Approve the open enrollment request from Shelley Redfleld to have her son Sister Redfield attend James Knoll Elementary ECSE for the 1999- 2000 schoo 99-121. Liz Johnson presented a grad standards package on a state presentation endbooklet that her 4th grade class worked on. 99-122. Brent Hessian and Curt Bailey reviewed the progress on the building project, reviewed the change orders and timeline for the completion of the project. 99-123. Mr. Taylor reviewed the Basic Skills Summer School for those students who have not passed the Basic Skills test in Reading and Math. Summer school for Basic Skills will be held on July 12-26 with testing dates set for July 27th and 28th. 99-124. Jill Randall, Hilary Wisse and Danielle Beyer were present to ask the Board's permission to do fundrelsin for their proposed Dixieland Trip. The tnp to New Orleans would consist of 7 students, the director and chaperones and would be taken In March of 2001. Following the discussion, a motion was made by S. Mass, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carried, to allow the students to begin fundraising for their tdp. 99-125. Following the discussion regarding the proposed Kindergarten schedule for the 1999-2000 school year, a motion was made by J. Messmer, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carded, to approve the four day program Monday through Thursday ful/days. Laurie Mass contract would remain full-time with Friday's in the  Nurse's office. 99-126. Motion by R. Thompson, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carried, to approve the grading policy as recommended by the Faculty Council and Administration effective for the 1999-2000 school year. 99-127. Following discussion regarding Mr. Pflegegs ALC storage building project andthe cost involved, a motion was made by R. Thompson, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carried, to approve the ALC storage building project at en approximate cost of $4,000.00. 99-128. Change orders are as follows: 1. Motion by R. Thompson, seconded by M. Klepel and unanimously carded, to approve the back fill of dirt at the old sertdce entry of the kitchen. Cost involved wouldbe for the labor for filling; spreading and pecking of the dirt. 2. Motion by S. Mess, seconded by J. Messmer and unanimously carried, to approve the purchase of additional storage cabinets for the percussion instruments in the band room. Funds from the music receipts would cover the cost of the .cabinetry. Discussion was held regarding the condition of the sidewalks and blacktop on Trojan Drive. It was decided that Marlowe, Ron and Scott would meet with Heeslen's and the City regarding this matter. 99-129. Discussion was held regarding the request for additional days for psychology and occupational therapy. Following the discussion, a motion was made by M. Klepel, seconded by R. Thompson end unanimously carried, to approve the additional days from 80 to 125 for the 1999-2000 school year. 99-130. Motion by J. Messmer, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carried, to approve the request from Kyle Inforzato to hold the summer conditioning program July 12th through August 10th at e cost of $1 250.00. 99-131. Motion by M. Klepel, seconded by R. Thompson and unanimously carded, to award the quote for painting the auditorium to Bachrnan Painting, Inc. in the amount of $17,908.00. A quote was also received from Ellis Lieffort Painting for $18,355.00. 99-132. A meeting to approve a preliminary budget for the 1999-2000 school year was set for June 30, 1999 at 6:30 P.M. in the Library/Media Center. This meeting will precede the negotiation meeting set for 7:30 P.M. 99-133. Motion by R. Thompson, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carried, to declare 8 window air conditioners and 10 drafting tables surplus and to advertise for sale. Upcoming opportunities include the MSBA Summer Seminar held August 11-13, 1999 at the Radisson South Hotel in Bloomington, MN and the Special Board meetm on June 30th at 6:30 P.M. for 'preliminary budget approval followed by negotiations meeting at 7:30 P.M. At 9:40 P.M., with no further business, the meeting was adjourned by action of the Chair, K. Thymian. The next regular meeting of the Board will be held on July 19, 1999 at 7:30 P.M. in the Library/Media Center. SPECIAL SESSION June 30, 1999 The Ortonville School Board of Education met in a special session on Wednesday, June 30, 1999 at 6:30 P.M. in the Library/Media Center. The purpose of the meeting was to adopt a preliminary budget for the 1999-2000 school year. Members present: Janet Messmer, Kathi Thymian, non Thompson and Jim Nelson. Also present: Superintendent Jeff Taylor, Ryan Stattelman and Bonnie Inforzato. The meeting Was called to order at 6:38 P.M. by Chairperson, K. Thymian. 99-134. Motion by R. Thompson, seconded by J. Nelson and unanimously carried, to approve the agenda as presented. 99-135. Motion by R. Thompson, seconded by J. Messmer and unanimously carried, to approve the remainder of the fiscal 98-99bills in the amount of $28,463.58. 99-136. Motion by J. Messmer, seconded by J. Nelson end unanimously/carried, to approve the hiring of L=sa Berdan, Secondary Language Arts Inetmetre,t BA Step 3 $25,280.00 for the 1999-2000 school year. 99-1'37. Motion by J. Nelson, seconded by R. Thompson and unanimously carded, to call for bids on fuel for district owned vehicles, dairy and bakery products for the 1999-2000 school year. 99-138. Motion by J. Nelson, seconded by J. Messmer and unanimously carried, to enter into an agreement with Southwest/West Central Service Cooperatives for the Bleacher Safety Management Program in the amount of $1,450.00. 99-139. Motion .by J. Nelson, seconded by R. Thompson end unanimously carried, to adopt the preliminary budget for the 1999-2000 =schooloyear as follows: General Revenues ......  .............. $4,792,434 Expenditures ................. $4,792,434 Food Service Revenues ......................... $193,259 comEXpenditures .................... $193,259 munity Service Revenues ........................ $130,053 ExPenditures....: ............... $140,917 Debt Service Revenues ........................ $738,494 Expenditures ....... , ............ $738,494 TrusVAgency Revenues ............................ $2,860 Expenditures ........................ $2,860 Building Construction Revenues ..................... $1,300,000 Expenditures ................. $1,300,000 TOTAL REVENUES ......... $7,157,100 TOTAL EXPENDITURES..., ...... $7,167,964 With no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 7:03 P.M. by actionof the_ Chair, K. Thymian. The next regular meeting of the Board will be held on Monday, July. 19, 1999 at 7:30 P.M. in the Library/Media Center. James A. N Kathi Thymian, Chairperson Save this paper t0r 1 _Cl.ake;" war_breaker I Pagc l Ib