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/ authorized, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 475.60, Subdivision 2, paragraph (9), to prepare and distribute an Official Statemeht and to solicit proposals for the Bonds on behalf of the County on a negotiated basis. This Board shall meet to provide vital public safety on August 16, 2009, for the purpose of Notice is hereby given that the Big Gary Dvbd hl considering proposals for the purchase of Stone County Board of Adjustment will 3 ,1' "" NOTICE communications for law enforcement, fire, the Bonds and of taking such action hold a public hearing on August 7, 2009 OF MORTGAGE emergencymedical services, public works, thereon as may be in the best interests of to act on the following variance Funeral services for Gary Dybdahl, community members to the Memorial FORECLOSURE SALE disaster response and other vital the County. THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF government services; and Motion carded with Commissioner Athey application~ ofClinton, were held on Saturday, Building in Clinton to check out the THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE WHEREAS, the County has worked with voting Nay. ,~lPP~iSa~;:~mlln G Wellendorf and July 25, 2009 at 11 ~ most recent agricultural tips of the ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE the Central Minnesota Regional Radio County Engineer Anderson presented a HollyA, Wet~ndorf~ -- a m. at Trinity ~~"~ trade. There was always a party to TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT Board (CMRRB), of which it is a Certificate of Performance for SP 006-598- Property Owner: John G. Wellendorf Lutheran Church in follow at the Sioux Historic Pavilion AFFECTED BYTHISACTION. participating member, to complete a 002 with Midwest Contracting, LLC. and HollyA. Wellendorf Clinton which was attended by many, where NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that comprehensive assessment of public Motion by Athey, seconded by Sandberg Legal Description: Lot 1 of Outlot 3 of Minister Bey Sherwin Linton and his wife Pam thedefaultfollowinghaS occurreddescribedin mortgage:the conditions of andSafety communication within the County; and carriedto adopt the followingthe SW 114 NE 114, Section 32, ]V[cNeill~}at~l ~~:i~- would nefforrn DATE OF MORTGAGE: April 23, WHEREAS, the County has been resolution: 2009-29 Township 122 Range 46 - - p -fin. 2001. presented with a public safety Location of'Heanng 1 mile north of Burial was held at ]naddition to his love for his work, MORTGAGOR(S): Roland Teske and communication assessment (hereinafter WHEREAS, County SP 006-598-002 has Ortonville on Cty. Rd 63 then west on the Clinton City ~1~~ Gary loved country music, Johnny Linda Teske, husband and wife. "Assessment") conducted by GeoComm, in all things been completed and the Ridgeview Drive to the last house Cemetery iilL.~~ Cash being his favorite His family County Board being fully advised in the The applicant proposes to construct a Gary, Arthur ilk~ will attest to that, rememberin the MORTGAGEE: Conseco Bank, Inc which included an assessment of the premises, new 45'x30"garage using a road D bdah] the g DATE AND PLACE OF RECORDING: alternatives that exist for the County to NOW THEN BE IT RESOLVED, that the .qmhnr y ov=' .o=,""" ,o,''-- ArthurY and' MildredS n of whilemany hourso, ,;o; of m J hnny =theyT .v,=hstened to Filed June 6, 2001, Big Stone County replace the public safety communication Board hereby accepts said completed the center of the township road The ~ ,-,~ on the Recorder, in Book 163 of Mortgages, infrastructure within the County. project for and on behalf of the County of variance request is from Section 6.3 1 I, reterson) Dybdahl, was born Feb. 4, pontoon. He attended many WeFest pages 114-11g, as Document No. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED Big Stone, and authorize final payment to of the Big Stone County Land and 1944 in Viborg, SD. He lived incountry music festivals as well. This 151770. the Big Stone County Board of Midwest Contracting, LLC in the amount Related Resource Management Centerville, SD with his parents from was an event he looked forward to ASSIGNMENT(S) OF MORTGAGE: Commissioners hereby accepts the shown on final pay estimate. Ordinance, 1998 which specifies that no the time he was born in 1944 until every summer. Assigned to Conseco Finance Loan Assessment as an accurate assessment of Motion by Wulff, seconded by Berning Company, by assignment dated May31, public safety communication needs within and carried to execute the contract with ~t~tcfture ~hgl/bgtelr ~edlre~ ~;a~f~oEO 1952. He then moved onto the farm Gary was very proud of his 2001, filed for record September 17, the County and of the alternatives that Riley Brothers Construction for CP 06-663 east of Clinton, where he lived for the children and grandchildren. He always t.o r,gm-m-way line, WhiChever IS ~ . . . . 2003, as Document No. 156090 reasonably exist to replace the public 06. greater, of the roads theyabut next 54 years untd he and Jackle had a b] smite when the -- g The land described in said mortgage safety communication infrastructure within Discussion was held on the legal All persons interested may appear moved mtoChnton m late~rmmer of grandchildren came to visit He is not registered land. the County, and be it further; recourse for destruction of county road and be heard at said time and place or 2006. enjoyed giving them rides on his MORTGAGE HOLDER (as defined in RESOLVED, that the Big Stone County right-of-way, submit views in writing or by Gary started his farming career in Gator and of course, buying them section 58.02): Board of Commissioners adopt the Allied Engineer Anderson and Chairman [n~p~ggteec~t;tr~Vpee2fyOUrkn~g ~ofr any 1964 and continued until his death, if treats at the convenience store in TransactionTransacti n Agent:Agent,sNA. Mortgage (ARMER)Radi MatriXparticipationfOr EmergenCYalternativeResponSespecified /~son provided an update on County Ditch reason, has not "received a co~v ef th ~ only in spirit during his later years, town. Identification Number on Mortgage: NA. in the Assessment as the most appropriate 'Representative Andrew Falk was n otJce, please inform him/her of the time Gary attended Wdlmar Vo-Tech m He will be deeply missed by his and best option for the County to replace present to update the Board on the past and placeofthebearing 1976-77 where he graduated from the family and many friends ~, Lender or Broker: Green Tree Loanthe public safety communication legislative session and to address any Dated: July 23, 2009 -ag~us~e-ssrCpr~)g~am~ -Tc~UponS~-Hers survived by his wife, Ja(~kie Company. Residential Mortgage Servicer: NA. infrastructure within the county, and be it concerns they may. MORTGAGE ORIGINATOR (as further; RESOLVED, that the Big stone County Motion by Sandberg,--~-,onded--by ~2-2--~- i " Rond.aMa.~ graduating from Willmar he worked at of Clinton; mother, Mildred Dybdahl oepu[y ~-nv=ronmemal urrJcer un h Beming and carried to authorize payment 20 SE 2nd St Clinton Feed and Seed t e of Clinton; children, Todd (Bonnie) definedBank, section 58 02): Conseco Sheriff (hereinafter "Sheriff)is instructed to of the following claims as presented by MORTGAGED PROPERTY develop a participation plan (hereinafter Auditor Knutson: Ortonville, MN 56278 purchased it from Clarence Hauschild Dybdahl of Clinton, Dawn Dybdahl ADDRESS: 409 Pacific Avenue, Ortonville, MN, 56278 TAX PARCEL I.D. NO : 22-0605-000. LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Lots Seven (7) and Eight (8), Block Eight (8), Cliff's First Addition, City of Ortonville. COUNTY IN WHICH PROPERTY IS LOCATED: Big Stone. ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF MORTGAGE: $59,500.00. AMOUNT CLAIMED TO BE DUE ON THE MORTGAGE ON THE DATE OF THIS NOTICE: $66,287 56. 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 requirements of applicable statutes That no action or proceeding has been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof PURSUANT to the power of sale contained in said mortgage, the above described property will be sold by the Sheriff of said county as follows: DATE AND TIME OF SALE: September 3, 2009 at 10:00 a m PLACE OF SALE: Sheriff's Office in the Courthouse, 20 S.E. Second Street, in the City of Ortonville, County of Big Stone, State of Minnesota. to pay the debt then secured by said mortg.age, and taxes, if any, on said prem,ses, and the costs and disbursements, including attorneys' fees allowed by law subject to redemption within six (6) months from the date of said sale by the mortgagor(s), their personal representatives or assigns MORTGAGOR(S) RELEASED FROM FINANCIAL OBLIGATION ON MORTGAGE: none. Dated: July 7, 2009 GREEN TREE LOAN COMPANY, f/k/a Conseco Finance Loan Company, Assignee /s/Anna C. Mickelson ANNA C. MICKELSON -for- Atty. I.D. #347814 MURNANE BRANDT Attorneys for Assignee 30 East Seventh Street, Suite 3200 St Paul, Minnesota 55101 Telephone (651) 227-9411 THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. (July 14, 21, 28, Aug 4, 11 & 18, 2009) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED CITY HALL PROJECT IN ODESSA, BIG STONE COUNTY, MINNESOTA Notice is hereby given of a hearing to be held and conducted by the City Council, City of Odessa, on the city hall project. Notice is further given as follows: Time of Hearing: 7:00 p.m. Place of Hearing: Odessa City Office, Odessa City Hall, Odessa, MN Date of Hearing: August 3, 2009 (July 21 & 28, 2009) PROCEEDINGS OF THE BIG STONE COUNTY BOARD July 7, 2009 The Big Stone County Board of Commissioners met in the Commissioner's Room at 8:30 AM on Tuesday, July 7, 2009. Chairman Olson called the meeting to order with Commissioners Athey, Berning, Sandberg and Wulff present. Also present were Elsie Perrine, Mike Swenson of the Ortonville Independent, County Attorney Bill Watson and County Auditor Michelle Knutson. The Pledge of Allegiance followed. Motion by Athey, seconded by Wulff and carried to approve the minutes of the June 16th regular meeting Motion by Sandberg, seconded by Berning and carried to approve the agenda with noted addition. Commissioners reported on the following committees: Athey - Prairie 5 Wulff - RLF; AMC District Meeting; Pomme de Terre; RC&D; BSAG Berning.- Public Safety Olson - RDC; PrimeWest Sandberg - Audit; Personnel (Interviews); Public Safety; Technology; Property Motion by Sandberg and seconded by Berning to adopt the following resolution: 2009-27 WHEREAS, it is a basic responsibility of the County to provide for the health and welfare of its citizens; and WHEREAS, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has issued regulations which require the replacement of wideband Land Mobile Radio (LMR) systems operating in the Very High Frequency (VHF) and Ultra High Frequency (UHF) spectrum by 2013; and WHEREAS, public safety agencies throughout the country, including public safety agencies within Big Stone County, have relied upon wideband LMR systems "Plan") for the migration of and participation of all county and local governments and public safety agencies located and operating within the County to the ARMER public safety communication system, and be it further; RESOLVED, that the Plan developed by the Sheriff shall include and provide for a proposed budget for the integration of public safety agencies to the ARMER public safety communication system, for competitive bids documents and proposals for local enhancements or improvements required for county participation and proposed contracts for equipment and General $127,482.72 Highway 21,919.96 D.itch 1,857.06 Taxes & Penalties561.15 Total $151,820.89 Motion by Wulff, seconded by Sandberg and carded to authorize payment of $46,015.83 to Carlson Construction as an auditor warrant. Motion by Beming, seconded by Wulff and carried to approve-the On Sale and Sunday Liquor License for Club 7-75. Motion by Berning, seconded by Olson and carried to execute the agreement with Roberts County, South Dakota for the (July 28, 2009) NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF m 1985. In 1985, Gary started Clinton Ag Service which he-has owned and operated until the present. Gary has always been very devoted to his family, friends and customers. He worked very hard maintaining his (friend Bob Itri)of Phoenix, AZ, Terry (Jill) Dybdahl of Morris, Kellie (Scott) Hentges of Morris; grandchildren, David (D J) and Meghan Dybdahl; Brienna and Dane Dybdahl; Greta and Owen Hentges; THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE business, whether it be on a Sunday sister, Sandra (Melvin) Roggenbuck ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN-THE afternoon or even a holiday. He was of Aitkin; brother-in-law, Dick TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS. NOT ~always more tha~happy and willing i Stotesbery (friend Sandy Arndt) of AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION~. to do anything to help someone out Ortonville; and many nieces and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That His calendar at work is noted with nephews. default has occurred in the conditions of many birthdays of his family, friends He is preceded in death by his the following described mortgage: and customers. He never wanted to father Art Dybdahl; sister, Joanne DATE OF MORTGAGE: December services necessary to complete the housing and maintaining of prisoners and 28, 1995 miss an event, whether it be a Stotesbery; grandparents, Josephine integration of public safety agencies to the detainees as needed. ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF wedding or a funeral. In the past year and Jacob Dybdahl, Addle and Oscar ARMER public safety communication Motion by Sandberg, seconded by MORTGAGE: $36,349.00 he had attended the wedding of the Peterson; father-in-law and mother-in- system, and be it further; Athey and carried to adopt the following MORTGAGOR(S): Ted L Van Hoorn son of a long-time friend on a cruise law, Jack Otten and Helen Smith. RESOLVED, the Assessment providing the resolution: 2009-30 and Paula D Swanson, both single ship, he also made it on the annualThe Larson Funeral Home in basis of this action shall be submitted to people . West Central, Inc trip to Mexico in Clinton is incharge of the the CMRRB with a recommendation that WHEREAS, County State Aid Highway MORTGAGEE: Norwest Mortgage the Assessment be incorporated into the funding continues to fall short of increasing nc a California corporation, n/Ida Wells February where he celebrated his 65th arrangements. To send condolences, CMRRB regional public safety communication plan and that the Sheriff is authorized to submit the Assessment and the Plan to the CMRRB, to the Minnesota Departments of Transportation and Public Safety and to the Statewide Radio Board, as may be necessary to gain final approval for the County participation in the ARMER public safety communication system as provided for in the Plan. Following discussion, motion carried. County Attorney Watson reported on an invoice received for hiring an expert for the Hyden case. He also reported that there will be additional bills that will be coming. Upon request by Attorney Watson, board consensus was to pay for hotel costs if the trial is moved out of the County. Tom Taylor, Joanne Svendson, Kathy Draeger, Dorothy Rosemeier and Bill Rois were present to report on the Land Stewardship Project. A grant has been received to do an assessment of the needs and availability for building a local foods system. A brainstorming session was held to discuss the challenges and opportunities of a food system in Big Stone County. Motion by Athey, seconded by Wulff and carried to approve 3-year assessment agreements with Big Stone Township, Graceville Township, Prior Township, City of Johnson and Foster Township and a 1- year assessment agreement with Malta Township as presented by County Assessor Sandy Void. Motion by Wulff, seconded by Berning and carried to execute the assessing contract with Randy Arnold as presented by County Assessor Void. Motion by Sandberg, seconded by Wulff and carried to approve the Family Services training budget as presented by HR Director Sue Schultz contingent on the County providing the direction of the curriculum to be covered. Motion by Berning, seconded by Sandberg and carried to authorize HR Director Schuitz to enter into an agreement with OccuPro through Big Stone Therapies for services as needed. Following a break, County Engineer Nick Anderson, Carolyn Drude from Ehlers & Associates, Gloria Arndt, Curt Arndt and Bruce Swigerd arrived at the meeting. Chairman Olson called the public hearing to order at 10:00 AM on the proposal to adopt the County's Capital Improvement Plan (the "Plan") and approve the issuance of bends (the "Bonds") under MN Statute 373.40. An affidavit is on file showing publication of the notice of public hearing at least fourteen (14) days but not more than twenty-eight (28) days prior to the date fixed for the public hearing in the Ortonville Independent being the official newspaper of the County. The purpose of the heanng was explained, the nature of the Plan and the Bonds was discussed and all persons present who desired to do so were afforded an opportunity to express their views with respect to the proposal to approve the Plan and issue the Bonds. After all persons who wished to do so had stated their views on the proposals, Chairman Olson declared the public hearing to be closed at 10:21 AM. Motion by Berning and seconded by Wulff to adopt the following resolution: 2009-28 WHEREAS, Big Stone County has published notice of its intent to hold a hearing on the issuance of capital improvement plan bonds under Mionesota Statutes, Section 373.40 (the "Bonds") and on its proposed Capital Improvement Plan (the "Plan"), at least fourteen (14) but not more than twenty-eight (28) days prior to the date hereof, pursuant to and in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, Section 373.40 (the "Act"); and WHEREAS, the Big Stone County Board of Commissioners (the Board) held a public hearing on the date hereof on the Plan and on the issuance of the Bonds to finance capital improvements including certain improvements to County roads, as described in the Act and in the Plan (the "Project"); and WHEREAS, the Board has considered the factors described in subdivision 3 of the Act with respect to the Plan. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board hereby a) authorizes the issuance of the Bonds in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 and b) approves the Plan. Ehlers & Associates, Inc. is hereby costs to properly build and maintain the Fargo Bank, N.A successor by merger birthday, please visit our website at system; and - to Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Inc He enjoyed hosting the Clinton Ag WHEREAS, the Screening Board has the DATE AND PLACE OF FIL1NG: Filed Service Farm ~L~L~o~y years .- authority to make changes to the NEEDS December 29, 1995, B g Stone-Ceur~t---Th~- ~s-h-o'~ b-roupht many farmers and which affect the funding distributions to the Recorder; DocUment NO. 142177 ~ o CSAH system; and WHEREAS, the State. Legislature has created an unbalanced Screening Board with a majority of the votes going to less than 15% of the total system causing a shift of NEEDS to that part of the system; and WHEREAS, the Screening Board was originally set IJp per Statute 162.07 to ASSIGNMENTS OF MORTGAGE: Assigned to: none LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Orrin Tofte compliance with all pre-foreclosure notice and acceleration requirements of said mortgage, and/or applicable statutes; PURSUANT, to the power of sale' contained in said mortgage, the above described property will be sold by the Sheriff of said county as follows: DATE AND TIME OF SALE; October 15, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. PROPERTY: Lots 7 (seven) and 8 (eight) of Block 2 (two) of Point Place Addition to the City of Orton~,ille STREET ADDRESS OF PROPERTY: 558 Cliff Street; Ortonville;MN 56278 COUNTY IN WHICH PROPERTY IS include one voting member from each LOCATED: Big Stone County, district in the State, it now consists of a Minnesota words were brought voting member from each district, 2 voting i THE AMOUNT CLAIMED TO BE by Elan Hacker members from the metro and ! voting DUE ON THE MORTGAGE ON THE-:-SDecJ-at:music was member from any county with greater than DATE OF THE NOTICE: $31 ;706.81 v 175,000 population: THAT no action or proceeding has Statute 162.07 Subd. 5 Screening board been instituted at law to recover the (a) On or before September 1 of each debt secured by said mortgage, or any year the county engineer of each part thereof; that there has been county shall forward to the commissioner, on forms prepared by the commissioner, all information relating to the mileage, in lane-miles, of the county state-aid highway system in the county, and the money needs of the county that the commissioner deems necessary in order to apportion the county state-aid highway fund in accordance with the formula heretofore set forth. Upon receipt of the information the commissioner shall Funeral Services for Orrin Tofte were held on Thursday, July 23 at 10:30 a.m. with Rev. Kirk Meseck officiating. Special provided by',B'e(:ky Knudson Soto, organis.t and the Chord-Ayres sang a tribute to Orrin. Concluding / services were held a't the church cemetery. Honorary Pall bearers were his grandchildren: Carly ToRe, Rachel Tofte, Marshal ToRe, Danielle Brown appoint a board consisting of the following county engineers: (1) two county engineers from the and step-granddaughter Shannon O'Brien and the Chord Ayres singing PLACE OF SALE: Big Stone County group , Sheriff's office, in the lobby, 20 Active Pallbeares wei'eMark Rau, Southeast Second Street, Ortonville, John Lund, Paul Lund, "Eric Lund, Minnesota Dennis Lund, Todd Box.~Ud to pay the debt then secured by said Orrin Palmer Tofte:.was born on Farmers Elevator Board, Country Club Golf Board, Church Board, and was a Charter member of the Chord- Ayres. He also drove the bus for Prairie Five for several years and thoroughly enjoyed visiting with the riders , In life Orrin enjoyed golfing, watching car races, bowling, hunting, fishing, raising cattle, farming and playing baseball in Louisburg as a young man. He liked to work with his neig.hbor and pal Rick Boxrud with. various projects on the farm. He genuinely enjoyed visiting with people. In later years, Orrin especially enjoyed time spent with his grandchildren and being involved in their many activities. Orrin was an avid fan and supporter of his son Scott and grandson Marshal's race team. Orrin entered his heavenly home on July 18 at Abbott Northwestern Hospital. He had reached the age of 78 years, five months and nine days. metropolitan highway construction district; (2) one county engineer from each nonmetropolitan highway district; and (3) one additional coufity engineer'~ from each county with a population of 175,000 or more. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Big Stone County hereby supports a legislative change to return the screening board to one voting member per district in order to restore fairness and provide an equal voice for every district in the State on the subject matter of transportation funding, which affects the safety of the traveling public in all of Minnesota. Motion by Beming, seconded by Wulff and carried to execute the Federal Boating Safety Supplement Grant Agreement with the State of Minnesota. The Board approved the new items for display in the rotunda by the Big Stone Arts Council. Auditor Knutson reported that the Ortonville EDA had inquired as to the County's interest in the old Oddfellows building across the street from the Courthouse. Board consensus was to respectfully decline : Motion by Wulff, seconded by Olson and carried to amend the 3-year lease of farm land in Browns Valley Township with Thomas Maanum to correct the number of acres owned by the County. The amended lease amount will be $3,454/year for the years 2010-2012. Discussion was held on scheduling upcoming meetings to review the 2010 budget. It was decided to hold a special meeting on Monday, July 20=" at 9:30 AM to begin the review of the budget. Chairman Olson adjourned the meeting at 11:47 AM. Michelle R Knutson, Auditor Brant Olson, Chairman mortgage and taxes, if any actually paid by the mortgagee, on the premises and Feb. 9, 1931 to parents ole and Clara Orrin was survived by his wife Val, the costs and disbursements allowed by (Moen) Tofte He"was baptized and and their two children; daughter Pare Ira~Ve Thient!me al.lowed-by-)~w-for c-ortfinned-at-the ~ouis~ L-ut~a/!:: 7andher husbarrd-Orristopher Brown rnp o oy said mortgagor(s);-thetr--Clit c-hTOrrin attended sch-0-6l in the 6f R0semount, and Scott and his wife personal representatives or assigns is country district #41 and graduated Nancy Tofte of Madison; from Appleton High School in 1949. He was united in marriage to Valoris E sholm at Ness Lutheran Church On Jan 31, 1953. To this union :six children were born. Orrin served his country in the United States Army from Nov. 14,1956 to May 9, 1957. Ot~n and Val farmed for many Six (6) months from the date of sale grandchildren; Marshal Tofte, Carly Unless said mortgage is reinstated or the property redeemed, or unless the Tofte, Rachel Tofte, Danielle Brown time for redemption is reduced by and step-grand daughter Shannon judicial order, you must vacate the O'Brien; two sisters, Core Lund of premises by 11:59 p.m on April 15, Appleton and Delores (Palmer) Blank 2010 of Montevideo. THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE MORTGAGOR, He was preceded in death by his THE MORTGAGOR'S PERSONAL parents Ole and Clara ToRe, daughters REPRESENTATIVES OR ASSIGNS, years:in the Louisburg area before Lisa Tofte, and Cynthia Lou in MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS--trtoving to-Eakevilte in-t988:. They i irffancy,- two sons both in infancy and IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED tliefi mb-v-ed ~6-~,piSle-V~iile-y. They two Sisters, Lorraine Ran and Eleanor UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES, moved to Madison when Orrin andLund. BLESSED BE HIS MEMORY. SECTION 582.032. DETERMINING, Val retired. Orrin served on the AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE MORTGAGED PREMISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OF LESS THAN FIVE UNITS, ARENOT PROPERTY USED IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, AND ARE ABANDONED." Dated: July 22 2009 . WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A Mortgagee REITER & SCHILLER, P.A By: Is~ Rebecca F Schiller, Esq. Sarah J B. Adam, Esq; N. Kibongni Fondungallah, Esq. James J. Pauly, Esq Leah K. Weaver, Esq. Brian F. Kidwell, Esq. 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