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Public Notices for the week of 11/18/13, continued

November 17, 2013
Faribault County Register

judgment can then be entered against you for the relief requested in the complaint.

5. LEGAL ASSISTANCE. You may wish to get legal help from a lawyer. If you do not have a lawyer, the Court Administrator may have information about places where you can get legal assistance. Even if you cannot get legal help, you must still provide a written Answer to protect your rights or you may lose the case.

6. ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION. The parties may agree to or be ordered to participate in an alternative dispute resolution process under Rule 114 of the Minnesota General Rules of Practice. You must still send your written response to the Complaint even if you expect to use alternative means of resolving this dispute.

7. THIS LAWSUIT MAY AFFECT OR BRING INTO QUESTION TITLE TO REAL PROPERTY located in Faribault County, State of Minnesota, legally described as follows:

TRACT A:

Lot Five (5), Block Fifteen (15), Garretson's Addition to Blue Earth City (now City of Blue Earth), Faribault County, Minnesota. EXCEPTING therefrom the North 50 feet of said Lot Five (5).

and

TRACT B:

A certain tract of land located in the City of Blue Earth, Faribault County, Minnesota, described as follows:

Commencing at the Southwest corner of Block Fifteen (15) Garretson's Addition to Blue Earth City (now City of Blue Earth); thence West along the extended South line of said Block Fifteen (15) a distance of 20.50 feet to a point on the East right-of-way line of South Ramsey Street in the City of Blue Earth; thence North along said East right-of-way line a distance of 92.00 feet; thence East a distance of 20.00 feet along a line parallel with the extended South line of said Lot 15; thence South a distance of 92.00 feet to the point of beginning.

The object of this action is Quiet Title Action.

Dated: November 5, 2013

FRUNDT & JOHNSON, LTD.

/s/ David F. Frundt

Attorney for Plaintiff

117 West Fifth Street

P.O. Box 95

Blue Earth, MN 56013

Atty. Reg. No. 028550X

(507) 526-2177

November 11, 18, 25, 2013

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BLUE EARTH AREA SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES

I.S.D. #2860

September 9, 2013

The regular meeting of the Board of Education of the Blue Earth Area, I.S.D #2860 was held on Monday September 9, 2013 in Blue Earth , MN.

Present were School Board members: J. Haugh, M. Eckhardt, D. Fellows, F. Bly, M. Maher, T. Cahill and S. Ripley.

Also attending were Supt. Gough, members of the press, staff and public.

The meeting was called to order at 6:30 p.m. by Chairperson Bly. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

On an Eckhardt/Ripley motion the board approved the agenda. Unanimous approval.

Public input: Two parents were present inquiring about the "common core" that is used in the school system. Both Richard Schneider and Melissa McGuire answered questions that they had pertaining to curriculum and how these standards were developed and implemented.

On a Fellows/Maher motion, the board unanimously approved the minutes from the August meeting.

The board unanimously approved seven wire transfers totaling 1,699,488.84. Haugh/ Fellows motion.

Chairperson's report: Chairman Bly commented on how appreciative he was to the entire staff for being patient with the building project at the K-8 site, as it looks and feels great in the building. He also praised the custodial staff for shouldering the extra workload during the project as well. Al Gieser and his staff have gone above and beyond making sure this moved forward as smooth as possible.

Superintendents Report:

The school year has started very well. The feedback about before school conferences has been very positive. The Districts enrollment has stayed very stable and today the enrollment number is 1236 at the start of the year. The possible merger of the South Central Conference with the Southwest Conference is moving forward with the help of the Athletic Directors and Superintendents. The goal is to make it as seamless as possible and make travel and scheduling easier for Schools that are having problems finding games now.

Committee Reports: Member Eckhardt said the next negotiations meeting would be Sept. 24. Member Cahill reported that the SPEC Board is close on a tentative agreement with the teachers.

Principal Reports: McGuire shared that the shooter drill that was conducted at the High School this fall was handled very well and that the next one will be at the K-8 site. Principal Schneider shared that the ACT scores for BEA were better than the state average.

Transportation Report: Transportation Director Dan Brod was on hand to give his annual update to the Board. Overall the fleet is in good condition right now but future budgeting needs to be looked at closely to maintain the average age of the fleet and replace what needs to be replaced in a few years. Dan does a very good job coordinating all the buses and drivers.

Action Items:

A memorandum of Understanding for Q-comp was approved on an Eckhardt/Maher motion.

The Board approved the maximum levy at this time. The Truth-in-Taxation hearing will be December 9th when the final percentage will be set.

Personnel:

On a Fellows/Ripley motion, contracts for Sharon Hoyt (School Nurse Consultant) and Michelle Kapfhamer (Title 1 Teacher) were approved.

The following hires were approved on an Eckhardt/Haugh motion:

*Tammy Wigern-Cook 1- A-1-2

*Michelle Berndt- Cook's helper- A-1-1

*Marvin Diaz- Custodian- B-2-1

The following lane changes were approved on a Haugh/Ripley motion:

*Kristin Johnson-BA15-BA30

*Colby Swanson-BA30-BA45

*Douglas Storbeck- MA- MA30

A maternity leave for Fabiola Rodriquez was granted on a Ripley/Fellows motion.

On a Cahill/Maher motion, the board was dismissed at 8:07pm

Respectfully Submitted,

Jesse Haugh-clerk

November 18, 2013

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BLUE EARTH AREA SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES

I.S.D. #2860

October 14, 2013

The regular meeting of the Board of Education of the Blue Earth Area, I.S.D #2860 was held on Monday October 14, 2013 in Blue Earth, MN.

Present were School Board members: J. Haugh, M. Eckhardt, D. Fellows, F. Bly, M. Maher, T. Cahill and S. Ripley.

Also attending were Supt. Gough, members of the press, staff and public.

The meeting was called to order at 6:30 p.m. by Chairperson Bly. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

On an Eckhardt/Cahill motion the board approved the agenda. Unanimous approval.

Public input: Kim Sickler was present to talk about the positive observations of using the techniques of PBIS.

On a Maher/Fellows motion, the board unanimously approved the minutes from the September meeting.

The board unanimously approved four wire transfers totaling $1,165,748.54 Haugh/Cahill motion.

Chairperson's report: Chairman Bly reminded the Board of the upcoming leadership conference Jan. 16 & 17.

Superintendents Report: Mr. Gough informed the Board that the enrollments have been stable. The free and reduced percentage is 49 for the district. BUCS NITE out is Nov.23.

Committee Reports: Member Eckhardt informed the Board that the teachers have filed for mediation.

Principal Reports: McGuire shared that Unity Day was a great experience to help curb bullying. Cue reported that NWEA testing was almost complete. Schneider asked that another informational meeting regarding the move of the 8th grade to the high school be held. It was agreed that Nov. 4th at 6:30 would be that time for more question and answer time.

Technology Report: David Sparks presented to the board an update regarding the upgrades in infrastructure and technology upgrades in the entire District.

Community Ed: Dar Holmseth stated that once again the fall booklet is full of activities for people of all ages.

Athletic Director: Rob Norman shared more information on the merger of the South Central and Southwest Conferences.

Action Items:

The Board passed a resolution for financial support of student activity fees on a Cahill/Haugh motion. Voting in favor were: Eckhardt, Fellows, Ripley, Bly, Cahill, Maher and Haugh.

On an Eckhardt/Maher motion, the Board approved the Assurance of Compliance for 2012-2013.

Personnel:

On a Fellows/Ripley motion the following hires were approved:

Karen Christians- Little Giants teacher Asst-A-1-2

Marvel Hiniker- Little Giants Teacher Asst-A-1-2

Bobbi O'Rourke- Wbgo Paraprofessional- B-2-1

Kathleen Fleming-K8 Paraprofessional-B-2-1

At 8 pm the meeting was closed to the public for the sole purpose of discussing current teacher negotiations. Fellows/ Cahill motion.

At 8:56 pm the meeting was re-opened on a Maher/Cahill motion.

On a Cahill/Eckhardt motion, the board was dismissed at 8:57 pm

Respectfully Submitted,

Jesse Haugh-clerk

November 18, 2013

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PUBLIC NOTICE

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION

Notice of Meeting of the

Joint Ditch Authority

Martin and Faribault County

For Judicial Ditch #314

Martin and Faribault

Counties

Bobby Butterfield Petition, Section 2,

East Chain Township

The Joint County Authority Board of Commissioners acting as the Joint County Drainage Authority will be meeting Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at 10:30 A.M., at the Martin County Commissioner's Room, 201 Lake Ave, Fairmont MN. The purpose of this meeting is to continue the hearing for the Petition that was received alleging the necessity for a repair of Joint County Ditch #314 by the installation of a pump along 60th Street at or near the SW1/4 (Southwest Quarter) of Section 2 in East Chain Township, Martin County, MN.

All effected landowners are invited to attend this meeting to hear the discussion on the proposed repair and ask any questions or make comments concerning this proposed project.

Dated this 5th day of November, 2013.

James Forshee

Martin County Auditor/

Treasurer

November 18, 2013

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Ordinance No. 154

AN ORDINANCE FOR THE PURPOSE OF ESTABLISHING

URBAN AND RURAL SERVICE DISTRICTS IN THE CITY OF WINNEBAGO, MINNESOTA

The Council of the City of Winnebago, Minnesota ordains:

Section 1 Establishment of Districts. The City of Winnebago hereby divides the area within its limits into an Urban Service District and a Rural Service District, constituting separate taxing districts for the purpose of all municipal property taxes except those levied for the payment of bonds and judgments and interest thereon.

Section 2 Urban Service District. The Urban Service District shall include all properties within the limits of the City of Winnebago, except those set forth by ordinance as included in the Rural Service District.

Section 3 Rural Service District. The Rural Service District shall include only such unplatted lands, which need not be contiguous to one another, as in the judgment of the City Council at the time of adoption of the ordinance, are rural in character and are not developed for commercial, industrial, or urban residential purposes and for these reasons are not benefited to the same degree as other lands by municipal services financed by general taxation. The ordinance may designate lands outside the City of Winnebago which, if annexed, shall be included in the Rural Service District. No parcel shall be included in the Rural Service District of ten acres or less and no parcel shall remain in the Rural Service District unless such parcel consists of ten acres or more. Land in the Rural Service District must be open, rural in character and maintained in farm crops or seeded. Grading is not considered as development provided grading is limited to such as is required to minimize storm runoff problems and provided graded areas are cropped and reseeded within one year. Any fill hauled in shall be graded off and seeded at least once each year.

Section 4 Lands Included Within Rural Service District. The following lands are included in the Rural Service District:

District:Presently Owned By:

Parcel R31.026.0010David & Ann Krause

Sect-26 Twp-104 Range-028

19.04 AC

A.L: SW 1/4 OF SW1/4 EX ALL W

OF HWY #169 & EX .96A FOR HWY

Parcel R31.027.0010Lawrence R. Everett

Sect-27 Twp-104 Range-028

37.56 AC

A.L: SE 1/4 OF SE 1/4 EX THAT

PART OF FOLLOWING DESCR TR

WHICH LIES WITHIN SE 1/4 OF SE

1/4: TR COM 338'S & 40'W OF NE

OCR SEC 34-104-28 W100'W

338.4' NLY 575.39' E457' S204'

W40' S33' TO S LI SEC 27 S

337.97' TO BEG

Parcel R31.034.0010Roger & Debra Claeys

Sect-34 Twp-104 Range-028

18.27 AC

A.L: LOT 3 EX TR 2R W ON W OF

A.L. 1 & ALL OF 4 (EX 105' X

150' N OF A.L. 5)

Parcel R31.034.0020Roger & Debra Claeys

Sect-34 Twp-104 Range-028

17.29 AC

A.L: LOTS 6, 7 8 & 9 EX

E11.75A OF 6 & 7

Parcel R31.034.0030Lawrence R Everett

Sect-34 Twp-104 Range-028

16.41 AC

A.L: N 1/2 OF NE 1/4 OF NE 1/4

EX TR COM 338'S & 40'W OF NE

COR SEC W100' S87' E100' N87'

TO BEG & EX THAT PART OF

FOLLOWING DESCR TR WHICH LIES

WITHIN N 1/2 NE 1/4 NE 1/4: TR

COM 338'S & 40'W OF NE COR SEC

34 W100' W338.4' NLY 575.39' E

457' S204' W40' S33' TO S LI

Sec 27 S337.97' TO BEG

Parcel R31.034.0040David D Cartwright

Sect-34 Twp-104 Range-028

23.04 AC

A.L. 22, 23 & 24 EX TR COM SE

COR OF 24 N393.6' W175'

S353.55' SELY 163.4' E16.2' TO

BEG

Parcel R31.034.0090Robert D Weerts

Sect-34 Twp-104 Range-028

19.64 AC

A.L: S 3/4 OF NE 1/4 OF SW 1/4

EX TR COM SE COR W425' N490'

E425' S490' & LOT 14 EX 180' X

12' IN NW COR & EX N157' AS

BALLARD ADD & LOT 15 EX N187'

& LOT 16 EX N9' & EX TR COM SW

COR LOT 4 BLK 1 BALLARD ADD S

140' E176.29' N140' W176.29'

TO BEG; & EX TR COM 1800.64'N

OF S 1/4 COR SEC TH W599.03' N

490.64' E599.93' S490.58' TO BEG

Parcel R31.034.0120Catherine E Weir

Sect-34 Twp-104 Range-028

29.90 AC

A.L: NE 1/4 OF NW 1/4 EX TR

COM 125' S OF N 1/4 COR SEC TH

WLY 368' S769' S424.5' +/- TO

S LI NE 1/4 NW 1/4 E368' +/-

TO N-S 1/4 LI SEC TH N ALG 1/4

LI 1200.6' +/- TO BEG

Parcel R31.034.0200Randy R Olson

Sect-34 Twp-104 Range-028

11.75 AC

A.L: E11.75A OF A.L. 6 & 7

Parcel R31.035.0010Mary Ellen & David Lewis

Sect-35 Twp-104 Range-028

58.86 AC

A.L: NE1/4 & 15 THRU 22

EX TR 205'X122' IN 17 & EX TR

588.5'X270' EX 3.28A TO ELEV &

TR 400'X530' IN SW COR & EX

.19A OF A.L.21 & 22 FOR HWY &

EX TR COM NE COR BLK 1 EASTONS

N210' E935.8' TO W R/W LI RR S

208' W93' S345' W132' S162' W

718' TO E LI EASTONS N505' TO

BEG

Parcel R31.035.0030Robert Weerts &

Thomas H Golly Trust

Sect-35 Twp-104 Range-028

12.67 AC

A.L. 1, 2 & 3 EX E3A LY N OF

R/W T.H. #109 & RR R/W ON W EX

.81A TO RR BEG 1207.5'N OF SW

COR TH N138.5' E222.77' SELY

153.17' WLY 289.01'

Parcel R31.035.0060Matthew William Schonrock

Sect-35 Twp-104 Range-028

32.82 AC

A.L: SW 1/4 OF NE 1/4 EX RR &

EX TR BEG 5.1'E OF SW COR TH

E516' N324' W521' TO RR R/W TH

S ALG RR R/W TO BEG & EX STRIP

33' WIDE LY N OF & ADJ TO S LI

SW 1/4 NE 1/4

Parcel R31.102.0030Thomas H Golly Trust &

Judy A Golly Trust

Sect-02 Twp-103 Range-028

VERONA STRIP WINNEBAGO

28.05 AC

16, 17, 18, 35 & 36 EX THAT

PART SHOWN AS PARCEL 235 ON MN

DOT PLAT 22-22 FOR HWY & EX TR

COM 546.04'E & 825'S OF NW COR

NW 1/4 S243.9' E40' S16.65' E

337' N260' W377' TO BEG (OUT

OF A.L. 16 & 17 IN NW 1/4 NW

1/4 ) & EX TR IN NW 1/4 NW 1/4

& IN SW 1/4 NW 1/4 BOUNDED ON

N BY S LI TR DESCR ON DOCUMENT

#299842; ON W BY E R/W LI HWY

169; ON E BY LI LY PAR W/&

DIST 27.75'E OF E R/W LI HWY

169; & ON S BY S LI NW 1/4

Parcel R31.103.0010Elizabeth Babcock Marsh &

Barry L Marsh Trustees "B"

Sect-03 Twp-103 Range 028VERONA STRIP WINNEBAGO

28.23 AC

ALL E OF RD OF N4OR OF NE 1/4

EX RR

Parcel R31.103.0030Ethel M Robertson

Sect-03 Twp-103 Range-028

VERONA STRIP WINNEBAGO

10.00 AC

S 1/4 OF SE 1/4 OF NW 1/4

Parcel R31.103.0040Chad C Diegnau

Sect-03 Twp-103 Range-028

VERONA STRIP WINNEBAGO

69.23 AC

A.L: N 7/8 OF E 1/2 OF NW 1/4

Parcel R31.104.0010Ethel M Robertson

Sect-04 Twp-103 Range-028

VERONA STRIP WINNEBAGO

13.40 AC

AUD LOTS 13 & 14

Section 5 Auditor's Lot Finding. The council finds that the portion of the property in the rural service district and sometimes described as Auditors Lot 8, Auditor's Plat No. 41, was created for taxation purposes by the County Auditor and is not a platted lot under Minnesota Statute Chapter 505. The Council further finds that the land is rural in character and that it is not developed for residential, commercial or industrial purposes.

Section 6 Transfer from Rural Service District to Uran Service District. Whenever any parcel of land included in the Rural Service District is platted in whole or in part and whenever application is made for a permit for construction of a commercial, industrial , or urban residential development or improvement; or whenever such improvement or building is commenced without a permit the board or officer approving such plat or building permit shall report this to the governing body which shall make and enter an order by resolution transferring such parcel or part thereof from the Rural Service District to the Urban Service District.

Section 7 Benefit Ratio. In the judgment of the City Council, the approximate ratio which exists between the benefits of land within the Rural Service District compared to land of like market values situated in the Urban Service District shall be 30%.

Section 8 Services Provided. No City service beyond that normally provided by the townships of Faribault County will be provided by the City in a Rural Service District, except fire, police and planning services.

ATTEST:

Chris Ziegler

City Administrator-Clerk-Treasurer

Jeremiah Schutt, Mayor

Date of Published Notice: July 15, 2013

Date of Public Hearing Following Public Notice: 7:00 p.m. August 13, 2013

Date of Final Adoption: August 13, 2013

November 18, 2013

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DEADLINE

Deadline for Public Notices is Wednesday at 12:00 Noon for the next Mondays issue. All legal copy should be delivered to the office by noon Wednesday to insure its publication.

If you need to place a public notice legal please email your legal to ptrue@faribaultcountyregister.com or fcnews@bevcomm.net

Or mail notice to: Faribault County Register, PO Box 98, 125 North Main Street, Blue Earth, MN 56013 or fax to 507-526-4080.

Thank you.

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Faribault County Register

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