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blic notices IOTICE FORECLOSURE SALE TO VERIFICATION OF IDENTITY OF THE :IEDITOR WITHIN THE BY LAW IS NOT THIS ACTION. TO COLLECT ANY INFORMATION BE USED FOR THAT IS HEREBY GIVEN that in the conditions of mortgage: GE: February 16, AMOUNT OF R(S): Clarence F. Connelly, husband First State Bank of West Central Bank of OF RECORDING: Big Stone County of Mortgages at Number 140936. DESCRIPTION OF The Northwest quarter (12), Township (124) North, West of the 5th mad and road rights WHICH PROPERTY IS property described in Big Stone County, AND CLAIMED TO DATE OF NOTICE IF ANY, PAID BY An installment of due on April 1, 1998. due, through 1998 in the amount of total amount due, installments and h the date of the requirements with; that no action been instituted at law the debt secured or any part thereof; completed and the agreement are in to the power of sale the above sold by the as follows: OF SALE: 998 at 10:00 a.m. SALE: Sheriffs Main one County Sheriff's Street, Ortonville debt secured by said taxes, if any, on said the costs and attorneys fees to redemption the date of said their personal MORTGAGOR, AGOR'S PERSONAL OR ASSIGNS, TO FIVE WEEKS ORDER IS ENTERED STATUTES 032 DETERMINING, THINGS, THAT THE PREMISES ARE A RESIDENTIAL LESS THAN 5 UNITS, USED FOR PRODUCTION, AND lth day of September, 5, 12, 19, 26, 1998) COURT STONE HEARING FOR FORMAL OF WILL AND OF PERSONAL RESTED PERSONS and Notice is hereby of October at will be held Ortonville, formal probate of an to be the will o'f dated 988, and for the Janet Schmidt, is RR 2, Box 124, 56208, as personal f the estate of the above ant in unsupervised arl that any objections filed with the Court. and no objections are )resentative will to pay all legal debts, expenses and sell and do all estate. r given that ALL claims against said present the same or to the four months notice or said 1998 Gerald J. Seibel, Judge Julia Berger, ' Court Administrator MCLAUGHUN, #50018 NOTICE NOTICE OF VARIANCE REQUEST PUBUC HEARING BY THE BOARD OF APPEAL AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF ORTONVILLE Notice is hereby given that at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 13, 1998, the Ci of Ortonville's Board of Appeal and Adjustment will hold a Public Hearing at the City Offices located at 315 Madison Avenue. At the Public Hearing the Board will consider a variance request by Gary Knoll, Rt. 1, Box 80, Ortonville, MN. The legal description of the property is Lot A of Outlet 62 of the City of Ortonvilte. The variance request, if approved, would allow Mr. Knoll to construct a 20'x24' addition to the end of his shop. Section Five (5), Subdivision Seven (7)(13) of the Zoning Ordinance requires that for interior lots, the sideyard must be no less than 10 feet. The shop addition would be within one foot of the east side lot line. 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 (Sept. 29, 1998) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that there will be a public hearing held by the Upper Minnesota Valley Area .Agency on Aging (UMV-AAA). This public hearing will be held at 1:00 p.m. on October 6, 1998 at the Appleton Civic Center. This public headng will be held for the 1999 Area Plan Amendments for the UMV-AAA. Comments will be accepted at the UMV-AAA office in Appleton or accepted at the public hearing. Connie Nygard AAA Program Director (Sept. 29, 1998) NOTICE PROBATE COURT DISTRICT COURT PROBATE DMSlON STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF BIG STONE ORDER AND NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF INTESTACY, DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP AND APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE IN SUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS In Re: Estate of STEVEN JOHN HUIZENGA, SR. Deceased TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS AND CREDITORS: It is Ordered and Notice is hereby given that on the 21st day of October, 1998, at 8:30 o'clock A.M., a hearing will be held in the above named Court at the courtroom of the Big Stone County use, 20 SE 2nd Street, for the determination of heirship the appointment of Steven J. Huizenga, Jr. whose address is 505 Drake Avepue, Milbank, SD 57252 as peJonat representative of the estate ofle above named decedent in supervised administration, and any objection 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 personal property, and do all necessary acts for the estate. Upon completion of the administration, the representative shall file a final account for the allowance and shaft distribute the estate to the persona thereunto entitled as ordered by the Court, and close the estate. Notice is further given that ALL CREDITORS having claims against said estate are required to present the same to said personal representative or to the Court Administrator within four months after the date of this notice or said claims will be barred. Dated: September 23, 1998 Gerald J. Seibel Judge Diana Shelstad Court Administrator William J. Watson Attorney 37 NW 2nd Street Ortonville MN 56278 3.) 839-6197 Reg. No. 114911 (Sept. 29, Oct. 6, 1998) PUBLIC NOTICE CLOSE PROXIMITY OWNERS AND LOCAL OFFICIALS BIG STONE COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION Notice is hereby given that the Big Stone County Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, October 13, 1998 in the Memorial Building at 7:00 P.M. in Clinton, MN. Applicant: Kathteen Oakes Conditional Use Permit: Terrance W. .and Kathleen M. Oakes Legal Description: Lots 7 and 8 of Section 18, Township 122, Range 45 This conditional use permit requests that land spreading of petroleum contaminated soils be allowed on the above described properly. The above described property is zoned as A-l, Agdcultura/Preeervation District, and the request complies with Section 8.1.3.5. of the Big Stone County Land and Related ResourceS Ordinance, 1998. All persons interested may appear and be heard at said time and place, or submit views in writing or by representative. If you know of any interested property owner who, for any reason, has not received a copy of notice, please inform hirrvller of the time and place of the hearing. Dated: September 23, 1998 By order of the RondaStone County Planning Commission Maas, /;J2ndEnvironmental Officer Street Ortonvllle, MN 56278 (Sept. 28, 1998) 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, October 13, 1998, the City of Ortonville's Board of Appeal and Adjustment will hold a Public Hearing at the City Offices located at 315 Madison Avenue at 5:30 p.m. At the Public Hearing the Board will consider a variance request by Jerry Jorgenson, 328 Otto Avenue, Ortonville, MN. The legal description of the property is the North One Half (1/2) of East 120, Block 26 and the South One Half (1/2) of East 120' of Block 26 Westling's Addition to the City of Ortonville. The variance request, if approved, would allow Mr. Jorgenson to file a replat of his property into two lots, one of which would be approximately 9,000 square feet in size. Section Five (5), Subdivision Six (6)(A) of the Zoning Ordinance requires that "a lot area of not less than ten thousand (10,000) square feet is required for single family dwelling." 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 (Sept. 29, 1998) PUBLIC NOTICE The Southwest Minnesota Private Industry Council, located in Marshall, Minnesota is soliciting proposals for the layout, design and printing of its Annual Report. Parties wishing to submit a proposal should contactMary Lou Harthun at 507-537-6987, no later than 4:00 p.m., Tuesday, October 6, 1998, to set up an appointment to discuss the specifications of the Report. (Sept. 29, 1998) PROCEEDINGS OF THE 0RTONVILLE CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,1998 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. with the following present: Council Members Present: Mel Reinke, Mary Gustafson, Bill H ynnek, Dan Oakes, Butch Mittelstaedt, eorge Elliott Council Members Absent: none City Staff Present: Jeanette Knip, Roman Taffe, Gary Dinnel Media Present: Ryan Stattelman, Ortonville Independent; Stacy Dammer, KDIO Also Present: Anne Johnson, Blair Johnson, Delton Silberstein, Barbara/ Holme, Scott Maas, Roy Bailey, Joe Villella, Nadine Villella, Arlo Klapel, Garry Swanson, Ken Simonitch, Dave Hamner, Ron Kottke, Millard Voeltz, Del Von Eschen, Muriel Von Eschen, Bill Radio AGENDA AMENDMENTS: A motion was offered by Gustafson, seconded by Mittelstaedt and passed unanimously to approve the following agenda amendments: Recognitions: c. Dave Hamnar - Airport New Business: e. Business Acquisition Grant BIDS Three bids were received for the construction of a 60 x 100 foot metal sided building to be used for storage at the Hilltop Maintenance facility. The bids were opened by Mayor Ellingson and the foliowin were read: Dallas I. Hanson ................ $67,800 Lundberg Const ................. $33,400 Westem Lumber ................ $31,900 Ellingson noted that the Western bid was for a building which was four feet shorter than requested. As Lundberg's was the lowest bid to specification, it was recommended that they be awarded the bid. Mittelstaedt moved and Oakes seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 98-114 AWARD BID FOR STORAGE BUILDING AT HILLTOP LOCATION WHEREAS, the Council of the City of Ortonville ('Council') had previously advertised for bids to be received for the construction of a steel sided 60 x 100 foot storage facility ('Project"), and WHEREAS, Project bids have now been received and reviewed by the Council, and WHEREAS, the bid of Lundberg Construction of Ortonville, Minnesota ('Lundberg') in the amount of $33,400 has been determined by the Council to be the lowest responsible bid for the Pr "ect OW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the Council that: 1. The bid of Lundberg is hereby a-ccapted as the lowest responsible bid for the project. 2. That the contract for the Project be and is hereby awarded to Lundberg. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: Gustafson, Oakes, Hynnek, Mittelstaedt, Reinke, Elliott, Ellingaon and the following voted nay: none. Resolution 98-114 passed this 8th day of September, 1998. PUBLIC HEARING At 7:18 pm, upon due and proper public notice, Mayor Ellingson opened the public hearing to hear comments and concems by citizens and Council members on the matter of improving 200 Yard Drive. The Council had contracted with Larson-Peterson & Associatss to provide the City with plans and costa for the Installing pavement and curb end gutter along 200 Yard Drive. Most of the affected residents were on hand to discuss the plan. Numerous citizens vo=ced their support of the plan and there was discussion of how the plan was to be assessed to the property owners. One concern was voiced over the issue of snow plowing but Roger Anderson, Public Works Director, said that issue would not be resolved by this plan. There being no further public comment, the public hearing was closed at 7:28 pm. Reinke moved and Hynnek seconded and it passed unanimously to accept the recommendations of the consulting engineer and to proceed with the implementation of said plan. RECOGNITIONS/PRESENTATIONS/ INTRODUCTIONS Bill Radio of MRES was present to discuss aproposal his firm had made to the City for providing contract labor services for the City's Electrical Department. After some discussion, Ellingson suggested that the topic be added to the next Council agenda for further consideration. City Attorney Robert Pflueger arrived at the meeting at 7:55 p.m Sonja Pinkert from the Chamber of Commerce was present to ask for $5,000 to help cover expenses for the remainder of the year and also to request money for the 1999 budget. Pflueger suggested that no dollars could be donated for general expenses, rather only tourism bills could be paid for. Oakes moved and Ellingson seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 98-115 PAY FOR TOURISM BILLS BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ortonville that tourism bills presented to the City in an aggregate amount not to exceed $4,600 bepaid from the Council's discretionary funds. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: Elliott, Hynnek, Oakes, Ellingson The followingvoted nay: Reinke, Gustafson, Mitteistaedt Resolution 98-115 passed this 8th day of September, 1998 Dave Hamner from the Airport Board was present to request that his mowing and maintenance services at the airport be changed from an hourly basis to a monthly flat rate. Mittelstaedt moved and Reinke seconded and it passed unanimously to continue with paying Hamner on an hourly basis through May, 1999 and to utihze the repairs & maintenance budget to pay for any use of Hamner's power equipment and tools. CITIZENS TO BE HEARD: Barb Holme inquired about the procedure for concrete driveway replacement for the current street project. She asked if the contractor could install her ddveway full length and assess the whole driveway. Pflueger offered that the Cir. could only assess work done on the City's property or right of way. LaValle Berkner was present to inform the Council on the progress of his group's demolition of the old City Light building. He said he had been delayed by the well capping process and asked that the City allow him a couple extra weeks to finish the job. He felt he wouldn't need it but just wanted to be safe. It was the consensus of the Council that it would be O.K to have another week past the September 23rd deadline. At 8:50 p.m. Gustafson moved and Reinke seconded and it passed unanimously to close the meeting to enter Executive Session to discuss ending litigation. At 9:05 p.m the xecutive session ended and the meeting reopened with no action being taken. CONSENT AGENDA: Elliott moved and Hynnek seconded and it passed unanimously to approve the consent agenda aspreeented. REPORTS/MINUTES OF CITIZEN BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS: BOARD OF APPEAl/PLANNING COMMISSION: The Council discussed the recommendations of the Planning Commission for changes to the existing fee structure for building permits. The Council had instructed-the Planning Commission make those recommendations. The Commission recommended a change to a fiat fee of $50 for shingling and siding jobs and Iowedng the cost of remodeling jobs to 60% of the current UBC 1998 fee structure while leaving the new construction at 100% of the 1988 UBC. Considerable discussion followed and EllinQson moved and Oakes seconded and it passed unanimously to refer the discussion back to the Planning Commission for recommendations for a flat fee schedule for buildingpermits. Reinke moved and Mittelstaedt seconded and it passed unanimously to approve the Board of Appeal/Planning Commission Sepfember 1, 1998 minutes as presented with the exception of said building permit fee recommendations. HEALTH CARE BOARD Ellingson moved and Oakes seconded and it passed unanimously to approve the Health Care Board August 24, 1998 minutes as presented. EDA Ellingson moved and Oakes and it passed unamously to approve the EDA minutes of July 29, 1998 as presented. UNFINISHED BUSINESS The first topic discussed was the request by Holly Arnst for a Sunday Liquor License. Chief Dinnel mentioned that there had been no problems at her restaurant and that were was sufficient seating as was required by the Ordinance. Hynnek moved and Mittelstaedt seconded and it passed unanimously to approve the request for Sunday Liquor license to Hotly Amst. NEW BUSINESS Council discussed the proposed 1999 Budget. Jeanette Knip and Greg Peterson of the EDA voiced their concern that their budget had been reduced for 1999. After discussion Mittelstaedt moved and Reinke seconded and it passed unanimously to increase the proposed budget line item for funding EDA to $35,000 and subsequently decrease the line item for Capital Outlay - City buildings by a similar amount to $90,000. Ellingeon moved and Mittelstaedt seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 98-118 APPROVE PROPOSED 1999 BUDGET WHEREAS, the Property Tax Law requires local governments to adopt and certify to the County Auditor a proposed budget by September 15th; and WHEREAS, the 1999 proposed City budget, consisting of $1,383,053 in revenues and $1,376,950 in expenditures, is adopted under the provisions of the Property Tax Law;, and WHEREAS, the final 1999 budget will be adopted after the Truth in Taxation hearing (s), at which time the budget may be increased or decreased from the proposed budget, provided the Tax Levy is not raised; and ... NO W.___T. H E_R__E F_O R E,. __ B E JT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ortonville that the City Council does hereby approve the proposed 1999 budget as on file in the office of the City Clerk Administrator. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: Reinke, Elliott, Mittelstaedt, Hynnek, Oakes, Gustafson, Ellingson and the following voted nay: none. Resolution 98-116 passed this 8th day of September 1998. Next item discussed was Truth in Taxation hearing dates. Reinke moved and Gustafson seconded and it passed unanimously to set Truth in Taxation hearing dates for December 1, 1998 with a continuation hearing if necessary for December 14, 1998 and with further instructions for the Clerk Administrator to certify said dates to the County Auditor as set forth by State Statute. The Council next reviewed the proposed Levy for 1998 payable in 1999. Ellingson pointed out that the operating portion of the levy increased 3% from the previous year and that it was the first increase in the levy in four years. An overall increase of about $70,000 was due primarily to the $75,000 levy for G.O. 1998A Bond which is for the Street Improvement Pr0J_ect - phase I. Reinke moved and Hynnek seconded that the following resolution be adopted: RESOLUTION 98-117 A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE 1998 TAX LEVY (PAYABLE IN 1999) FOR THE CITY OF ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA, AND ORDERING THE LEVY TO BE CERTIFIED WITH THE BIG STONE: COUNTY AUDITOR BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Ortonville, County of Big Stone, Minnesota, that the following sums of money be levied for the current year, collectable in 1999, upon taxable )orOperty in the City of Ortonville, for the liowing purposes: General Fund ................... $242,722 Fire Department Relief Assoc. Levy ............................... .$0 Library ............................... $ 39,224 G.O. 1990 Improvement Bond ................................. $ 48,000 G.O. 1998A Bond ............. $ 75,000 Total Levy ....................... $404,946 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Clerk-Administrator be and is hereby instructed to transmit a certified copy of this resolution to the County Auditor of Big Stone County, Minnesota. The following voted aye: Gustafson. Oakes, Hynnek, Elliott, Mittelstaedt, Reinke, Ellingson The following voted nal'sonne lution 98-117 passed this 8th day of September, 1998. The Council next discussed Special Assessments for the Street Improvement project. It has been determined that the financial advisors have included collection of special assessments on all of Phase I for their 1999 cash flow projections. Larson- Peterson, the proiect engineers, have not expected that those special assessments would be charged until the Phase was completed. Clerk- Administrator was instructed to work with the appropriate parties with the goal to be possible assessment for those properties in Segment A of Phase I which have been improved in 1998. Next the Council dscussed a request for more monies available to assist in the buy out and relocation of flooded businesses from the 1997 flood Mittelstaedt moved and Ellingson seconded that the following resolution be adopted: " RESOLUTION 98-118 BUSINESS ACQUISITION GRANT REQUEST WHEREAS, the City of Ortonville experienced a devastating flood; and WHEREAS, several properties within the City of Ortonville sustained substantial damage as a result of the flood of 1997; and WHEREAS, the State of Minnesota has invited the City of Ortonville to submit a list of substantially damaged property in the Special Flood Hazard Area in order to obtain Hazard Mitigation Grant Program funding for acquisition of said properties. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of Ortonville that the attached three dProperties (Addendum A) have received amages equal to or greater than 50 percent of value and are eligible for artication in a Hazard Mitigati0-n rant Program. Upon roll call vote the following voted aye: Hynnek, Oakes, Reinke, Mittelstaedt, Gustafson, Elliot, Ellingson and the following voted nay: none. Resolution 98-118 passed this 8th day of September, 1998. ADDENDUM A 1) Berkner Plumbing. Heating & Air Conditioning, P.O. Box 68, West Hwy. 12 2) Ortonville Auto & Supply, RR 1, BoX 441, West. Hwy. 12 " ' 3) Strege AUto, RR 12 1, Box 443, West HXt Mittelstaedt moved and Ellingson seconded and it passed unanimously to retain an independent investigator for the purpose of investigating a personnel issue. ADJOURNMENT: There being no further business before the Council, Reinke moved and Mittelstaedt seconded and it passed unanimously to adjoum the September 8th meeting of the City Council of the City of Ortonville at 10:41 p,m. Roman C. Taffe, City Clerk-Administrator David Eliingson, Mayor PROCEEDINGS OF THE BELLINGHAM SCHOOL BOARD September 21, 1998 The Board of Education of Ind. School Dist. #371, Bellingham, MN met in regular session on Monday, September 21, 1998. The following board members were present: Richard Johnson, Joseph Karels, Tim Henrich, Kevin Rademacher, and Mark Weber. Glen Radermacher was absent. Mada Strei and Cathy Radermacher represented the BEA, with Brian Haugen and Pr. Chris Finsand also in attendance. Karels called-*,he meeting to order at approximately 8:00 p.m., and welcomed everyone in attendance. Johnson moved, Weber seconded, and all voted in favor to adopt the agenda as presented. Rademacher moved, Weber seconded, and all voted in favor to approve the minutes as presented. Weber moved, Johnson seconded, and all voted in favor to approve the accounting report as presented. Rademacher moved, Henrich seconded, and all voted in favor to approve and pay the bills as presented: General Fund, $7,966.42; Lunch Fund, $261.40; Transportation Fund, $685.81; Community Education Fund, $603.79; and Capital Outlay Fund, $5,861.10. Rademacher moved, Weber seconded, and all voted in favor to approve and sign a contract for Mary Ann Anderson, for Cheerleading and Gymnastics, for the current sohoo/year. Weber moved, Henrich seconded, and all voted in favor to approve the request from Mafia Strei, to utilize Family Leave, after the expiration of her sick days and personal days, following the birth of her child. Johnson moved, Weber seconded, and all voted in favor to designate Supt. Seller as the District Transportation Supervisor. Weber moved, Henrich seconded, and all voted in favor to approve Kali Maatz and Garrett Henrich as Student Board Members. Copies of a letter to the parents of students attending school in Ortonville this year, were distributed to the board members. Weber moved, Johnson seconded, and all voted in favor to approve the Secondary Transportation Plan for students attending Ortonville School, and authorized Supt. Seller to send copies of the letter to the appropriate families. Copies of the 1997-98 Systems Accountability Policy were reviewed. Johnson moved, Weber seconded, and all voted in favor to approve the 1997-98 Systems Accountability Policy, as presented. Supt. Seller reformed the board, that Mrs. Sather, First Grade Preparedness Instructor, requested a full-time helper in her classroom. A discussion followed, dealing with student eligibility for the program, the number of students enrolled, and the need to have assistance in the classroom. Haugen, Finsand, and board members contributed to the discussion. Weber moved, Johnson seconded, and all voted in favor to approve the request for a full-time helper. The class meets full-days, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Copras of the 1998 Payable 1999 Tax Levies were distributed. Supt. Seller gave detailed explanations of the levies, and how calculations are made. Rademacher moved, Henrich seconded, and all voted in favor to certify and sign the 1998 Payable 1999 Tax Levies. Copies of the 1998-99 Revised Budget were distributed. Supt. Seller reviewed the budget, explaining differences between last year, and this year, changes due to coding, and the budget m general. Weber moved, Johnson seconded, and all voted in favor to approve the budget as follows, with minor coding changes within the funds allowed: REVENUES 01) General Fund .. ....... $1009,795 02) Lunch Fund ........ ............. 37,277 03) Transportation Fund ............. 325 04) Community Education Fund .................................... 31,657 (05) Capital Outlay Fund ....... 111,450 ........................................ 1,190,504 EXPENDITURES 01) General Fund .............. $928,983 02) Lunch Fund ..................... 37,277 03) Transportation Fund ...... 103,912 04) Community Education Fund .................................... 43,674 (05) Capital Outlay Fund ......... 53,445 ........................................ 1,167,291 Supt. Seller informed the board the MSBA invited them to attend ths area Legislative Meetings on September 23, 1998 in Montevideo. Supt. Seller also informed the board, that the SWPNC Service Coop requested nominations for the Board of Directors. No Bellingham board members were nominated. Supt. Seller gave an update of the progress of the upcoming school board election. Incumbents Tim Henrich and Richard Johnson, have both filed for re-election. Copies of the custodial inventory were distributed. TRA Earning Limitations hand-outs were distributed, as was the Calendar of Events. The next regular board meeting will be on Monday, October 19, 1998 at 8:00 p.m. With no further business, the meeting was adjourned. Richard Johnson, Clerk bydh i | III ClassifiedAds Iit II ld,ed in e center to =llow idmdr in tl =oo "V", or stnigbt poJton. Double acting hydraulic cylinders keep the blade down for better scraping & back-dragng. The simple UNIMOUNT attaclmumt system and hand held CAB COMMAND control are standard. 29, 1998  INDEPENDENT Page lib