NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT LIEN FORECLOSURE SALE
THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that default has been made in the terms and conditions of the Declaration of Kittredge Crossing Condominium Association, (hereinafter the Declaration) recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Wright County, Minnesota as Document No. 963421, which covers the following property:
Legal Description: Unit No. 25, CIC No. 97, a Condominium, Kittredge Crossing Condominiums, Wright County, Minnesota
Property Address: 10551 73rd Lane NE, Otsego, Minnesota 55301
THAT pursuant to said Declaration, there is claimed to be due and owing as of August 17, 2012, from Teresa L. Bergquist, title holder, to Kittredge Crossing Condominium Association, a Minnesota non-profit corporation, the amount of $10,504.00, for assessments, late fees and collection costs, plus additional assessments and other amounts that may have accrued since the date of this notice, including the costs of collection and foreclosure;
THAT prior to the commencement of this foreclosure proceeding, Lienor complied with all notice requirements as required by status; that no action or proceeding has been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said lien, or any part thereof;
THAT the owner has not been released from her financial obligation to pay said amount;
THAT pursuant to the Declaration, said debt creates a lien upon said premises in favor of Kittredge Crossing Condominium Association, as evidenced by a lien statement recorded on January 5, 2011, in the office of the Wright County Recorder as Document No. A 1166442;
THAT pursuant to the power of sale granted by the owners in taking title to the premises subject to said Declaration, said lien will be foreclosed by the sale of said property by the sheriff of said County at the Main Office of the Wright County Sheriff, Civil Division, 3800 Braddock Avenue, NE, City of Buffalo, Wright County, Minnesota, on October 23, 2012, at 10 a.m., at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, to pay the amount then due for said assessments, together with the costs of foreclosure, including attorney’s fees as allowed by law. The time allowed by law for redemption by the unit owners, their personal representatives or assigns is six (6) months from the date of said sale.
DATE TO VACATE PROPERTY: The date on or before which the owner must vacate the property if the account is not brought current or the property redeemed under Minn. Stat. ‘ 580.23 is April 24, 2013. If the foregoing date is a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, then the date to vacate is the next business day at 11:59 p.m.
THE TIME ALLOWED BY LAW FOR REDEMPTION BY THE OWNER, THE OWNER’S PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE OR ASSIGNS, MAY BE REDUCED TO FIVE WEEKS IF A JUDICIAL ORDER IS ENTERED UNDER MINNESOTA STATUTES, SECTION 582.032, DETERMINING, AMONG OTHER THINGS, THAT THE PREMISES ARE IMPROVED WITH A RESIDENTIAL DWELLING OF LESS THAN FIVE UNITS, ARE NOT PROPERTY USED IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION, AND ARE ABANDONED.
KITTREDGE CROSSING CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, Lienor
Dated: August 17, 2012
By /s/ Thomas P. Carlson
Thomas P. Carlson (024871X)
Carlson & Associates, Ltd.
1052 Centerville Circle
Vadnais Heights, MN 55127
ATTORNEY FOR KITTREDGE CROSSING CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION
(Aug. 30, Sept. 6,13,20,27, Oct. 4, 2012) NC-BergquistForeclosure
Cert. of Assumed Name
Office of the Minnesota
Secretary of State
Assumed Name /
Certificate of Assumed Name
The filing of an assumed name does not provide a user with exclusive rights to that name. The filing is required for consumer protection in order to enable consumers to be able to identify the true owner of a business.
1. List the exact assumed name under which the business is or will be conducted:
2. Principal Place of Business:
20195 South Diamond Lake Road, #700, Rogers, MN 55374
3. List the name and complete street address of all persons conducting business under the above Assumed Name, OR if an entity, provide the legal corporate, LLC, or Limited Partnership name and registered office address:
1-2-1 Marketing Services Group Inc., 20195 So. Diamond Lake Rd, #700, Rogers, MN 55374
4. I, the undersigned, certify that I am signing this document as the person whose signature is required, or as agent of the person(s) whose signature would be required who has authorized me to sign this document on his/her behalf, or in both capacities. I further certify that I have completed all required fields, and that the information in this document is true and correct and in compliance with the applicable chapter of Minnesota Statutes. I understand that by signing this document I am subject to the penalties of perjury as set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had signed this document under oath.
FILED: August 9, 2012
/s/ Anthony J. DeFrance, SVP, Marketing
(Sept. 13 & 20, 2012)
City of Rogers
SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 2012 – 08
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ROGERS CITY CODE
BY AMENDING SECTION 113-9 AND TABLE 1 OF SECTION 113-9 RELATING TO FREESTANDING SIGN HEIGHT IN THE I-94 FREEWAY CORRIDOR
On the 11th day of September, 2012 the Rogers City Council passed Ordinance No. 2012-08, An Ordinance Amending the Rogers City Code by Amending Section 113-9 and Table 1 of Section 113-9 Relating to Freestanding Sign Height in the I-94 Freeway Corridor.
The full text of the Ordinance may be reviewed at City Hall, located at 22350 South Diamond Lake Road, Rogers, MN 55374. The ordinance can also be viewed online at our website http://cityofrogers.org.
Dated: September 11th, 2012
Mayor, Jay Bunting
Stacy Doboszenski, City Clerk
(Sept. 20, 2012)
School District 885
St. Michael – Albertville Independent School
School Board Minutes
St. Michael-Albertville Middle School West Board Room – Door A
Dr. Jim Behle, Superintendent of Schools
Douglas Birk, Chair; Gayle Weber, Vice-Chair; Carol Steffens, Clerk; Drew Scherber, Treasurer; Jeanne Holland, Director; Jeffery Lindquist, Director
Monday, August 20, 2012
The St. Michael-Albertville School Board held a regular meeting at the St. Michael-Albertville board room. Original minutes and documents referred to below are retained in the district policy book.
Regular Meeting – 7:00 p.m.
1. Call to Order
2. Approval of Agenda items
Weber/Lindquist. Motion to approve Agenda Items as presented. Motion carried.
3. Correction and Approval of Previous Minutes
a. Regular meeting on August 6, 2012
Scherber/Weber. Motion to approve Regular Meeting Minutes from August 6, 2012 minutes as presented. Motion carried.
Persons not on the agenda wishing to address the school board, 5 minutes per individual.
A parent of a student in the district asked the board to review and reconsider the bussing practice of having one pick-up and one drop-off location per student. The board asked Dr. Behle to review the current practice, and liability, and survey surrounding districts. Dr. Behle will make bring his findings to the board at the September 4, 2012 board meeting.
6. Old Business
a. Update on Status of District Property and Liability Insurance
Dr. Behle and Member Birk told board members that that Arlan Middleton had been asked back to update the board on the progress of the District Property and Liability Insurance quotes. Board members discussed the update and continue to express their concerned with the 42% rate increase presented by Indiana Insurance. Board members discussed the timeline, and in the future will begin the review of property and liability insurance rates in June in the future. They also discussed if they, as a board wanted to get quotes from other insurance agencies. The board agreed that they have a fiscal responsibility to the stakeholders of the community to look at other agencies for property and liability insurance costs. Member Birk asked Dr. Behle to contact the Zachman Agency and move forward with quotes for board comparison.
b. Update on Transportation for Towne Lakes Families
Dr. Behle reviewed current bussing routes and stops available to open enrolled families in Towne Lakes. State law states that open enrolled students provide their own transportation, however some students may be eligible to receive transportation from the ISD 885 district border to their assigned school site. Students with prior approval, may get on a school bus at one of the established bus pick-up points, if there is room on the school bus, and based on the bus final destination. Families of open enrolled students must have prior approval and can make transportation arrangements by contacting Don’s Bus. Dr. Behle said that the stop on County Road 19 had been changed so elementary students do not need to cross the road. The board agreed with Dr. Behle that the current routes and stops for families in Towne Lakes are adequate and safe for students.
7. New Business
a. First Reading of Board Policies as follows:
Citation change only
• Policy #413 Harassment and Violence
• Policy #504 Student Dress and Appearance
• Policy #505 Distribution of Non School Materials on School Premises by Students and Employees
• Policy #524 Internet Acceptable Use and Safety Policy
• Policy #533 Wellness
• Policy #614 School District Testing Plan and Procedure
• Policy #616 School District System Accountability
• Policy #617 School District Ensurance of High School Standards
• Policy #619 Staff Development for Standards
• Policy #620 Credit for Learning
• Policy #624 On-Line Learning Options
• Policy # 904 Distribution of Materials on School District Property by Non-School Persons
Grammatical or phrasing change
• Policy #101 Legal Status of the School District
• Policy #306 Administrator Code of Ethics
• Policy #414f Maltreatment of Students Reporting Form
• Policy #518 DNR-DNI Orders
• Policy #521 Student Disability Nondiscrimination
• Policy #530f Exhibit A Letters RE: Immunizations
• Policy # 603 Curriculum Development
• Policy # 604 Instructional Curriculum
• Policy # 609 Religion
• Policy #806 Crisis Management Policy
Change resulting from statutory language change
• Policy #202 School Board Officers
• Policy #301 School District Administration
• Policy #302 Superintendent
• Policy #530 Immunization Requirements
• Policy #611 Home Schooling
Limited language change
• Policy #205 Open Meetings and Closed Meetings
• Policy #206 Public Participation in School Board Meetings/Complaints about Persons at School Board Meetings and Data Privacy Considerations
• Policy # 602 Organization of School Calendar and School Day
• Policy #613 Graduation Requirements
• Policy #615 Testing, Accommodations, Modifications, and Exemptions for IEPs, Section 504 Plans and LEP Students
• Policy #701 Establishment and Adoption of School District Budget
• Policy #707 Transportation of Public School Students
• Policy #805 Waste Reduction and Recycling
• Policy #515 Protection and Privacy of Student Records
• Policy #532 Use of Peace Officers and Crisis Teams to Remove Students with IEPs From School Grounds
• Policy #618 Assessment of Student Achievement
b. Action on Resolution Relating to Election of School Board Members and Calling the School District General Election
Member Weber introduced the following resolution and moved its adoption:
RESOLUTION RELATING TO ELECTION OF SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS
AND CALLING THE SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION
BE IT RESOLVED by the School Board of Independent School District No. 885, State of Minnesota, as follows:
1. It is necessary for the school district to hold its general election for the purpose of electing three (3) school board members for terms of four (4) years each.
The clerk shall include on the general election ballot the names of the individuals who file or have filed Affidavits of Candidacy during the period established for filing such Affidavits as though they had been included by name in this resolution. The Clerk shall not include on the ballot the names of individuals who file timely affidavits of withdrawal in the manner specified by law.
2. The general election is hereby called and directed to be held in conjunction with the state general election on Tuesday, the 6th day of November, 2012.
3. Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 205A.11, the precincts and polling places for this general election are those polling places and precincts or parts of precincts located within the boundaries of the school district and which have been established by the cities or towns located in whole or in part within the school district. The voting hours at those polling places shall be the same as those for the state general election.
4. The clerk is hereby authorized and directed to cause written notice of said general election to be provided to the county auditor of each county in which the school district is located, in whole or in part, at least seventy-four (74) days before the date of said election. The notice shall specify the date of said election and the office or offices to be voted on at said general election. Any notice given prior to the adoption of this resolution is ratified and confirmed in all respects.
The clerk is hereby authorized and directed to cause notice of said general election to be posted at the administrative offices of the school district at least ten (10) days before the date of said election.
The clerk is hereby authorized and directed to cause a sample ballot to be posted at the administrative offices of the school district at least four (4) days before the date of said general election and to cause two sample ballots to be posted in each polling place on election day. The sample ballot shall not be printed on the same color paper as the official ballot. The sample ballot for a polling place must reflect the offices, candidates and rotation sequence on the ballots used in that polling place.
The clerk is hereby authorized and directed to cause notice of said election to be published in the official newspaper of the school district, for two (2) consecutive weeks with the last publication being at least one (1) week before the date of the election.
The notice of election so posted and published shall state the offices to be filled as set forth in the form of ballot below, and shall include information concerning each established precinct and polling place.
The clerk is hereby authorized and directed to cause the rules and instructions for use of the optical scan voting system to be posted in each polling place on election day.
The clerk is authorized and directed to acquire and distribute such election materials and to take such other actions as may be necessary for the proper conduct of this general election and generally to cooperate with state, city, township and county election authorities conducting the state general and other elections on that date. The clerk and members of the administration are authorized and directed to take such actions as may be necessary to coordinate this election with those other elections, including entering into agreements or understandings with appropriate municipal and county officials regarding preparation and distribution of ballots, election administration and cost sharing.
5. The clerk is further authorized and directed to cause ballots to be prepared for use at said election in substantially the following form, with such changes in form, color and instructions as may be necessary to accommodate an optical scan voting system:
GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT
DISTRICT NO. 885
NOVEMBER 6, 2012
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS
To vote, completely fill in the oval(s) next to your choice(s) like this ﬁ
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
VOTE FOR UP TO THREE
O Jim Shovelain
O Carol Steffens
O Jeanne Holland
O Drew Scherber
O write-in, if any
O write-in, if any
O write-in, if any
Optical scan ballots must be printed in black ink on white material, except that marks to be read by the automatic tabulating equipment may be printed in another color ink. The name of the precinct and machine-readable identification must be printed on each ballot. Voting instructions must be printed at the top of the ballot card on each side that includes ballot information. The instructions must include an illustration of the proper mark to be used to indicate a vote. Lines for initials of at least two election judges must be printed on one side of the ballot card so that the judges’ initials are visible when the ballots are enclosed in a secrecy sleeve.
6. The name of each candidate for office at each election shall be rotated with the names of the other candidates for the same office in the manner specified in Minnesota law.
7. If the school district will be contracting to print the ballots for this election, the clerk is hereby authorized and directed to prepare instructions to the printer for layout of the ballot. Before a contract in excess of $1,000 is awarded for printing ballots, the printer shall, if requested by the election official, furnish, in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, Section 204D.04, a sufficient bond, letter of credit, or certified check acceptable to the clerk in an amount not less than $1,000 conditioned on printing the ballots in conformity with the Minnesota election law and the instructions delivered. The clerk shall set the amount of the bond, letter of credit, or certified check in an amount equal to the value of the purchase.
8. The individuals designated as judges for the state general election shall act as election judges for this general election at the various polling places and shall conduct said election in the manner described by law. The election judges shall act as clerks of election, count the ballots cast and submit them to the school board for canvass in the manner provided for other school district elections. The general election must be canvassed by the school board between the third and the tenth day following the general election.
The motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly seconded by Lindquist and upon vote being taken thereon the following voted in favor thereof: Scherber, Steffens, Birk, Weber, Holland, Lindquist
and the following voted against the same: none
whereupon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted.
c. Action from the MSHSL on Application for Cooperative Sponsorship for Girls Hockey
Scherber/Holland Motion to accept the MSHSL Application for Cooperative Sponsorship for Girls Hockey.
d. Action on the addition of an assistant cross country coach
e. Action on the addition of an assistant girls tennis coach
Dr. Behle presented the board with a matrix of boys/girls cross country and girls tennis participant and coach information. Currently boys/girls cross country has 84 participants and girls tennis has 46 participants. Coach Greeno and Coach Riles both requested an additional coach based on numbers, safety and surrounding district coach to participant ratios.
Holland/Scherber. Motion to approve the addition of an assistant cross country coach and assistant girls tennis coach.
8. Consent Agenda
Lindquist/Holland. Motion to approve consent agenda as presented. Motion carried.
a. Claims and Accounts
Fund (01) $1,323,364.43
Food Service (02) $1,290.88
Service (04) $70,081.17
Building Fund (06) $40,250.00
Agency Fund (09) $13,461.62
b. Treasurer’s Report
c. Trip Requests
d. Resignations, Retirements, Terminations, Layoffs
1) Bauer, Scott (ME) – 10th Grade Boys Basketball Coach, effective 8-2-2012
2) Bottko, Emily (CE) – ECFE Teacher, effective 8-13-2012
3) Budde, Ashley (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, effective 8-24-2012
4) Kono, Daisy (BW) – Cook’s Helper, effective 6-8-2012
5) Servaty, Kathy (Bus Garage) – Transportation Paraprofessional, effective 8-7-2012
6) Sullivan, Nancy (AP) – Kindergarten Teacher, effective 7-30-2012
e. Summer School Seasonal Employment — Conclusion
1) Bottko, Emily (AP) – Kindergarten Summer School Teacher (taught at BW), effective 8-1-2012
2) Churchill, Teri (SE) – 2nd Grade Summer School Teacher, effective 8-1-2012
3) Crepeau, Patty (AP) – Summer School Teacher (taught at FE), effective 8-1-2012
4) Hackett, Gabe (BW) – Summer School Lead Teacher, effective 8-1-2012
5) Harber-Welle, Natalie (SE) – Summer School Teacher, effective 8-1-2012
6) Heitkamp, Audrey (BW) – Special Education Summer School Paraprofessional, effective 8-1-2012
7) Herian, Yvette (BW) – 4th Grade Summer School Teacher, effective 8-1-2012
8) Hertwig, Summer (BW) – 3rd Grade Summer School Teacher, effective 8-1-2012
9) Hinzmann, Mike (SE) – 4th Grade Summer School Teacher, effective 8-1-2012
10) Holsather, Sandee (BW) – Summer School Paraprofessional, effective 8-1-2012
11) Jerpseth, Molly (BW) – 2nd Grade Summer School Teacher, effective 8-1-2012
12) Martinson, Beth (SE) – 1st Grade Summer School Teacher, effective 8-1-2012
13) Merfeld, Brandi (SE) – Summer School Lead Teacher, effective 8-1-2012
14) Onerheim, Diane (AP – Summer School Teacher (taught at SE), effective 8-1-2012
15) Otto, Amanda (BW) – 1st Grade Summer School Teacher, effective 8-1-2012
16) Tauber, Kari (SE) – 3rd Grade Summer School Teacher, effective 8-1-2012
17) Vlasak, Julie (FE) – Summer School Teacher, effective 8-1-2012
f. Kids Play (CE) Seasonal Employment – Conclusion
1) Barthel, Blaine, paraprofessional, effective 8-23-2012
2) Barthel, Courtney, paraprofessional, effective 8-20-2012
3) Barthel, Nicole, paraprofessional, effective 8-24-2012
4) Black, Cody, paraprofessional, effective 8-17-2012
5) Brant, Courtney, paraprofessional, effective 8-24-2012
6) Budde, Robert, paraprofessional, effective 8-3-2012
7) Bydlon, Michelle, paraprofessional, effective 8-24-2012
8) Campbell, Christine, summer supervisor, effective 8-24-2012
9) Fischbach, Sara, paraprofessional, effective 8-17-2012
10) Handberg, Katelyn, paraprofessional, effective 8-24-2012
11) Hegland, Stacy, paraprofessional, effective 8-16-2012
12) Heitkamp, Shannon, staff, effective 8-23-2012
13) Hutton, Katherine, paraprofessional, effective 8-16-2012
14) Johnson, Stephanie, paraprofessional, effective 8-23-2012
15) Karlson, Rachel, paraprofessional, effective 8-17-2012
16) Kelly, Nicole, staff, effective 8-24-2012
17) Kessler, Emily, paraprofessional, effective 8-17-2012
18) Lindquist, Jennifer, staff, effective 8-24-2012
19) Lindquist, Patrick, paraprofessional, effective 8-24-2012
20) Lindquist, Thomas, aid, effective 8-24-2012
21) Lorence, Mackenzie, aid, effective 8-24-2012
22) Marsh, Taylor, paraprofessional, effective 8-28-2012
23) Novak, Josi, paraprofessional, effective 8-24-2012
24) Reimann, Laura, paraprofessional, effective 8-24-2012
25) Renstrom, Cameron, staff, effective 8-23-2012
26) Ries, Dan, paraprofessional, effective 8-24-2012
27) Scherber, Kathryn, paraprofessional, effective 8-24-2012
28) Senta, Emily, paraprofessional, effective 8-22-2012
29) Slyter, Ashley, paraprofessional, effective 8-15-2012
30) Streitman, Hannah, paraprofessional, effective 8-17-2012
31) Vetsch, Bethany, paraprofessional, effective 8-24-2012
32) Vetsch, Rebecca, paraprofessional, effective 8-24-2012
33) Wurdeman, Amanda, paraprofessional, effective 8-10-2012
34) Zahler, Tyler, aid, effective 8-0-2012
g. Employment – 2012-2013
1) Abraham, Garett (HS) – Varsity Assistant Girls Swim Coach, replacing Jennifer Patnode, effective 8-13-2012
2) Adolphson, Carl (HS) – 10th Grade Football Coach, booster club paid, effective 8-13-2012
3) Anderson, Jillian (HS) – Assistant Varsity Volleyball Coach, replacing John Odegard, effective 8-13-2012
4) Anderson, John (HS) – 9th Grade Volleyball Coach, booster club paid, effective 8-13-2012
5) Bayless, Carrie (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, replacing Brittany Miller, 5 days per week and 3.5 hours per day, effective 8-20-2012
6) Bedell, Christine (FE) – Planning Room Paraprofessional, 5 days per week and 6.5 hours per day, replacing Triny Dawson, effective 8-30-2012
7) Bottko, Emily (AP) – Kindergarten Teacher, increase from .5 FTE to 1.0 FTE, effective 8-22-2012
8) Budde, Ashley (SE) – Special Education Paraprofessional, replacing Derek Bauer, 5 days per week and 6.5 hours per day, effective 8-30-2012
9) Bydlon, Michelle (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, 5 days per week and 3.75 hours per day, replacing Melita Berning, effective 8-20-2012
10) Christensen, Crystal (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, increase in hours from 18 hours/week to 18.75 hours/week, effective 9-4-2012
11) Crocker, Kevin (HS) – Varsity Assistant Cross Country Coach, replacing Amy Norby, effective 8-13-2012
12) Egan, Joanne (FE) – Response Paraprofessional, 5 days per week and 6.0 hours per day, replacing Carol Novicky, effective 8-30-2012
13) Eggert, Mary (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, 2.5 hours/day and 5 days per week, effect 8-27-2012
14) Gaulrapp, Nicole (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, 2.75 hours/day and 5 days per week, effective 8-27-2012
15) Gavinski, Tim (HS) – Varsity Assistant Football Coach, booster club paid, effective, 8-13-2012
16) Geray, Emily (BW) – Special Education Paraprofessional (ASD/DCD), replacing Amber Digiovanni, 5 days per week and 6.5 hours per day, effective 8-30-2012
17) Gudmonson, Megan (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, increase in hours from 3.5 hours/day to 3.75 hours per day, effective 9-4-2012
18) Hagen, Sara (CE) – Kids Play Supervisor, increase in hours from 5 hours/day to 7 hours/day, effective 9-4-2012
19) Hanela, Courtney (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, replacing Chelsea Kucera, 5 days per week and 3.5 hours per day, effective 8-20-2012
20) Hertwig, Summer (BW) – 3rd Grade Long-Term Substitute Teacher, replacing Ashlee Mashek, 8-22-2012 to 12-21-2012
21) Leland, Heidi (HS) – Varsity Assistant Girls Soccer Coach, booster club paid, effective 8-13-2012
22) Iisakka, Eleena (HS) – Varsity Assistant Volleyball Coach, replacing Rachel Knutson, booster club paid, effective 8-13-2012
23) Kelm, Danielle (ME) – Yearbook Advisor, replacing Rochelle Santrizos, effective 9-4-2012
24) Kilian, Kristine (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, increase in hours from 3.5 hours/day to 3.75 hours per day, effective 9-4-2012
25) Kittleson, Jayd (HS) – Varsity Assistant Football Coach, booster club paid, effective 8-13-2012
26) Klug, Amy (HS) – Long-Term Language Arts Substitute Teacher, replacing Heidi Bast, 8-22-2012 to 11/7/2012
27) Krueger-Raiche, Katie (MW) – 6th Grade Language Arts Long-Term Substitute Teacher, replacing Allison Schultz, effective 8-22-2012 to 10-17-2012
28) Johnson, Jason (HS) – Head Girls Hockey Coach, replacing Tim Hanson, previously Varsity Assistant Boys Hockey Coach, effective 10-29-12
29) Mann, Joshua (HS) – Assistant Musical Director, replacing Ashley Budde, effective 9-4-2012
30) Miller, Rachel (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, replacing Becky Kuusi, 5 days per week and 3.25 hours per day, effective 8-21-2012
31) Odland, Teri (ME) – Office Paraprofessional, replacing Jody Johanson, 5 days per week and 8 hours per day, effective 8-20-2012
32) Paasch, Jenna (MW) – 7th Grade Language Arts Teacher, 1.0 FTE BA Step 3, replacing Danielle Kelm, effective 8-22-2012
33) Pearson, Elizabeth (AP) – Kindergarten Teacher, 1.0 FTE, BA Step 1, filling position due to a job share, effective 8-22-2012
34) Rodriguez, Thomas (HS) – 9th Grade Boys Soccer, booster club paid, replacing Vitalia Tito, effective 8-13-2012
35) Saltamachio, Lori (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, replacing Anthony Roth, 5 days per week and 3.5 hours per day, effective 8-20-2012
36) Salzer, Dave (HS) – Varsity Assistant Football Coach, booster club paid, effective 8-13-2012
37) Santrizos, Rochelle (ME) – Special Education Paraprofessional, decrease hours from 7.0 hours per day to 6.5 hours per day, effective 8-30-2012
38) Steinbach, Teresa (HS) – Cook’s Helper, replacing Dianne Bell, 5 days per week and 3.5 hours per day, effective 8-30-2012
39) Thompson, Jennifer (AP) – Kindergarten Teacher, 1.0 FTE, BA Step 5, replacing Nancy Sullivan, effective 8-22-2012
40) Weber, Kathy (CE) – Kids Play Supervisor, decrease in hours from 7 hours/day to 5.75 hours/day, effective 9-4-2012
41) Weiser, William (MW) – 5th/6th Grade Physical Education Long-Term Substitute Teacher, replacing Kristi Metcalf, on or about 9-5-2012 to 3-8-2013
42) Williams, Ann (CE) – Kids Play Supervisor, increase in hours from 28.75 hours/week to 33.75 hours/week, effective 9-4-2012
43) Zachman, Shawna (HS) – Varsity Assistant Volleyball Coach, booster club paid, effective 8-13-2012
h. Employment, New Position – 2012-2013
1) Brant, Courtney (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, 5 days per week and 4.5 hours per day, effective 8-27-2012
2) LaVasseur, Lori (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, 5 days per week and 3.75 hours per day, effective 8-20-2012
3) McShane, Bridget (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional , 5 days per week and 4.25 hours per day, effective 8-20-2012
4) Mialkowski, Andrea (SE) – Special Education Paraprofessional, 5 days per week and 6 hours per day, effective 8-30-2012
5) Peterson, Christopher (HS) – Assistant Varsity Volleyball Coach, booster club paid, effective 8-13-2012
6) Schoen, Kristine (BW) – 1st Grade Teacher, 1.0 FTE, Step 1 BA+0, effective 8-22-2012
7) Smith, Leeah (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, 5 days per week and 3.5 hours per day, effective 8-20-2012
8) Smith, Leeah (ME) – Cook’s Helper, 5 days per week and 3 hours per day, effective 8-30-2012
9) Vetsch, Bethany (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, 5 days per week and 4.5 hours per day, effective 8-27-2012
i. Leave of Absence
1) Conwell, Marion (MW) – Office Paraprofessional, Employee Medical Leave, 8-27-2012 to 8-31-2012
2) Rabe, Katherine (SE) – 3rd Grade Teacher, Family and Medical Leave Act, on or about 12-6-2012 to 2-1-2013
3) Tufto, Kelly (SE) – 3rd Grade Teacher, Family and Medical Leave Act and Extended Family Leave, on or about 12-13-2012 to 4-12-2013
4) Turkowski, Rachel (ME) – 7th Grade Language Arts Teacher, Family Leave, 8-22-2012 to 6-7-2013
Donations recently made to the schools in the district were recognized by the board. A list of donations is available in the district office.
a. 10 Year Staff Recognition Dates and Times
b. District All Staff Day, Thursday, August 30th
11. Future Meeting Dates
Tuesday, September 4, 2012 – Regular Meeting
Monday, September 17, 2012 – Regular Meeting
Monday, October 1, 2012 – Regular Meeting
Monday, October 15, 2012 — Regular Meeting
Monday, October 29, 2012 — Joint Governments meeting, 6:00 p.m. Middle School West, Lecture hall
(Sept. 20, 2012)
City of St. Michael
CITY OF SAINT MICHAEL
WRIGHT COUNTY MINNESOTA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the St. Michael Planning and Zoning Commission will meet on Wednesday, October 3, 2012, at 7:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as time permits, at the St. Michael City Hall, 11800 Town Center Drive, to consider a Minor Subdivision request for a 1 in 40 subdivision to create a new 5 acre parcel at 4800 Iffert Ave NE, St. Michael, MN 55313. Owner: M & P M I LLC, 4295 Shorewood Trail, Medina, MN 55340.
Anyone so desiring to be heard regarding this matter will be heard at this meeting. Written comments should be received no later than 4:30 p.m., October 3, 2012, at the St. Michael City Hall, 11800 Town Center Drive, St. Michael MN 55376. Questions regarding this request may be directed to Marc Weigle, Community Dev. Dir. at 763-416-7932.
Published in North Crow River News September 20, 2012
(Sept. 20, 2012)
City of St. Michael
CITY OF SAINT MICHAEL
WRIGHT COUNTY MINNESOTA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the St. Michael Planning and Zoning Commission will meet on Wednesday, October 3, 2012, at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as time permits, at the St. Michael City Hall, 11800 Town Center Drive, to consider a variance request for a two-family dwelling in the A-1, General Agricultural Zoning District. The applicant is proposing to add on and modify the existing home to create two separate living quarters. The subject property is located at 14252 55th Street NE. (Owner: Frank and Margaret Daigle Trusts, 14252 55th Street NE, St. Michael MN.
Anyone so desiring to be heard regarding this matter will be heard at this meeting. Written comments should be received no later than 4:30 p.m., October 3, 2012, at St. Michael City Hall, 11800 Town Center Drive, St. Michael, MN 55376. For additional information contact Marc Weigle, Community Dev. Dir. at 763-416-7932.
Published in North Crow River News on September 20, 2012
(Sept. 20, 2012)