Public Notices 01/24/2013 – Champlin/Dayton Press

City of Dayton
(Official Publication)
ORDINANCE NO. 2013-01
(Ordinance Summary)
CITY OF DAYTON
HENNEPIN AND WRIGHT COUNTIES, MINNESOTA
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING DAYTON CITY CODE SECTION 1001.05 REGARDING RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS
The above-referenced Ordinance amends the Dayton City Code §1001.05, subd. 8, by amending the minimum lot width at setback. This summary is adopted pursuant to Minn. Stat. §412.191, Subd. 4.
A full copy of the Ordinance is available for inspection and copying at the Dayton City Hall located at 12260 S. Diamond Lake Road, Dayton, Minnesota 55327
Dated this 8TH day of January 2013
Sandra Borders, City Clerk, City of Dayton, MN
Published in the Champlin Dayton Press on January 24, 2013
(Jan. 24, 2013) CD-Ord2013-01
Foreclosure Notice
(Official Publication)
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 Oak Creek Condominiums Association, (hereinafter the Declaration) recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Hennepin County, Minnesota as Document No. 6957835, which covers the following property:
Legal Description: Unit No. 12290, CIC No. 862, Oak Creek Condominiums, a Condominium
Property Address: 12290 Zealand Avenue North, Champlin, Minnesota 55316
PID: 30-120-21-12-0130
THAT pursuant to said Declaration, there is claimed to be due and owing as of November 30, 2012, from Federal National Mortgage Association, title holder, to Oak Creek Condominiums Association, a Minnesota non-profit corporation, the amount of $4,278.05, 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 statute; 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 its financial obligation to pay said amount;
THAT pursuant to Minn. Stat. ‘ 515B.3-116, said debt creates a lien upon said premises in favor of Oak Creek Condominiums Association, as evidenced by a lien statement recorded on October 25, 2012, in the office of the Hennepin County Recorder as Document No. A9863527;
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 Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office, Civil Division, Room 30, 350 South 5th Street, City of Minneapolis, County of Hennepin, State of Minnesota, on February 6, 2013, at 10 a.m., at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, to pay the amount then due. 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 August 6, 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.
REDEMPTION NOTICE
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.
OAK CREEK CONDOMINIUMS ASSOCIATION, Lienor
Dated: November 30, 2012
By /s/ Thomas P. Carlson
Thomas P. Carlson (024871X)
Carlson & Associates, Ltd.
1052 Centerville Circle
Vadnais Heights, MN 55127
(651) 287-8640
ATTORNEY FOR OAK CREEK CONDOMINIUMS ASSOCIATION
(Dec. 20,27, 2012, Jan. 3,10,17,24, 2013) CD-FNMA12290Foreclose
Foreclosure Notice
(Official Publication)
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 Oak Creek Condominiums Association, (hereinafter the Declaration) recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Hennepin County, Minnesota as Document No. 6957835, which covers the following property:
Legal Description: Unit No. 12325, CIC No. 862, Oak Creek Condominiums, a Condominium
Property Address: 12325 Zealand Avenue North, Champlin, Minnesota 55316
PID: 30-120-21-12-0098
THAT pursuant to said Declaration, there is claimed to be due and owing as of November 30, 2012, from Federal National Mortgage Association, title holder, to Oak Creek Condominiums Association, a Minnesota non-profit corporation, the amount of $1,971.45, 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 statute; 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 its financial obligation to pay said amount;
THAT pursuant to Minn. Stat. ‘ 515B.3-116, said debt creates a lien upon said premises in favor of Oak Creek Condominiums Association, as evidenced by a lien statement recorded on October 26, 2012, in the office of the Hennepin County Recorder as Document No. A9863782;
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 Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office, Civil Division, Room 30, 350 South 5th Street, City of Minneapolis, County of Hennepin, State of Minnesota, on February 6, 2013, at 10 a.m., at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, to pay the amount then due. 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 August 6, 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.
REDEMPTION NOTICE
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.
OAK CREEK CONDOMINIUMS ASSOCIATION, Lienor
Dated: November 30, 2012
By /s/ Thomas P. Carlson
Thomas P. Carlson (024871X)
Carlson & Associates, Ltd.
1052 Centerville Circle
Vadnais Heights, MN 55127
(651) 287-8640
ATTORNEY FOR OAK CREEK CONDOMINIUMS ASSOCIATION
(Dec. 20,27, 2012, Jan. 3,10,17,24, 2013) CD-FNMA12325Foreclose
School District 11
(Official Publication)
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School District 11
(Official Publication)
MINUTES OF MEETING
SCHOOL BOARD OF INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 11
(Anoka-Hennepin School District)
STATE OF MINNESOTA
The School Board of Anoka-Hennepin Independent School District No. 11 held a regular meeting on Monday, December 10, 2012, at the Sandburg Education Center, Anoka, Minnesota.
Chair Heidemann called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.
The following members were present: Marci Anderson, Tom Heidemann, John Hoffman, Jeff Simon, Mike Sullivan and Dr. Scott Wenzel.
Chair Heidemann led the pledge of allegiance.
Michelle Vargas, chief financial officer, presented an overview of the district’s 2012-13 budget and proposed property taxes payable in 2013 during the annual Truth in Taxation hearing. She briefly described how schools are funded, noting that the state legislature sets funding formulas that determine how much state aid the district will receive and how much it can levy on local property taxes. In addition, school districts can ask voters to approve additional levies to increase revenue. In November 2011, Anoka-Hennepin voters renewed a referendum levy and approved a new capital projects levy for technology. Vargas pointed out that the per student general education revenue for the current year is $5,224 per student, which is a $50 increase over the rate for the previous year. Approximately 67 percent of the district’s revenue comes from the state, about 3 percent from the federal government and the rest from property taxes and other local revenue. Total revenue for the current budget is estimated at $471.6 million and expenses at $481.8 million. Vargas explained that property owners pay taxes to their county, which distributes funds to the cities and school districts within the county. The amount of tax is based on the levies set by the school district, the city, and the county. The tax levies are usually based on limits within state law, or, in the case of school districts, a combination of levy limits and voter-approved levies. In September, the School Board approved a preliminary tax levy, which was passed along to Anoka and Hennepin County auditors. The auditors determined the preliminary levy and the amount of taxes to be paid by each property owner and mailed statements to property owners with estimates.
The proposed levy for 2013 is $98,561,191, which is $10,170 less than the 2012 levy, a .01 percent decrease. Some portions of the total levy decreased while others increased. There will be a decrease in the referendum levy portion of the total levy primarily because of a decrease in student enrollment (the levy is based on enrollment) and a greater share of state equalization dollars to reduce the cost of the levy to taxpayers to help offset a decline in the district’s tax base. There will be an increase in the levy to pay for the Q Comp alternative teacher compensation program, which is a teacher improvement program that provides job-embedded staff development for teachers. This program will begin next school year. The board chose to reduce the alternative facilities levy to offset the increase for the alternative teacher compensation levy to keep taxes stable. Taxpayers will not pay the entire $98.6 million levy; it will be reduced by nearly $18.8 million as a result of what is known as fiscal disparities and other adjustments. Fiscal disparities is a sharing of the tax base in the seven-country metro area. Areas of lower property wealth benefit through redistribution of a portion of taxes collected in areas of high property wealth. Vargas explained that many variables can cause increases or decreases in property taxes, such as changes in enrollment, decreases in property values, changes in market values and class rates. She said some property taxes for schools will go up even if the district’s levy remains essentially the same because they are based on property value, which often fluctuates from year to year. Because of a decrease in the overall value of the tax base in the district, school taxes for a home valued at $150,000 for this year and next, will increase from an estimated $700 this year to $745 next year to compensate for the decline in the tax base.
RECOGNITIONS
The School Board recognized the following staff and groups of students. Each of them was given medals in honor of their achievement. For nine years, the Anoka-Hennepin School District has held an Anti-Bully Poster Contest. The year’s theme was, “Be a Hero, Not a Bully!” One winner at each grade level in each building was chosen by staff. Those posters were sent to the Educational Services Center (ESC) where staff and community members voted for one winner per grade. Barry Scanlan, Prevention Coordinator, introduced the student artists and thanked Horace Mann for supplying the bicycles and iPods for the winners.
The winners were:
• Kindergarten – Sydney Green, Sand Creek Elementary School
• Grade 1 – Ella Allen, Franklin Elementary School
• Grade 2 – William Bodin, Crooked Lake Elementary School
• Grade 3 – Saniya Khatoon, University Avenue Elementary School
• Grade 4 – Te’a Lockwood, Johnsville Elementary School
• Grade 5 –Isabelle Bodin, Crooked Lake Elementary School
• Grade 6 –Leighton Tripp, Coon Rapids Middle School
• Grade 7 – Louisa Nikolova, Jackson Middle School
• Grade 8 – Tammy Pham, Jackson Middle School
• Grade 9 – Gerrilyn Kujawa, Anoka High School
• Grade 10 – Hannah Hacker, Anoka High School
• Grade 11 – Alecia Slater, Anoka High School
• Grade 12 – Abigail Pierce, Anoka High School
Calla Athman was recognized for being named a “Fox 9 Super Scientist.” Athman teaches an engineering class for Blaine High School’s Center for Engineering, Mathematics and Science (CEMS). Dr. Lori Dykstra, the CEMS coordinator and a 2011 Fox 9 Super Scientist, nominated Athman. Dykstra said that Athman uses her strong foundation in math and physics to challenge and inspire young people. “Calla possesses outstanding instructional ability and engages her students in practical, hands-on activities,” Dykstra said. “She is an effective team player and contributes meaningful ideas while working with her collaborative team.”
CONSENT AGENDA
Mike Sullivan moved and John Hoffman seconded the motion to approve the following consent agenda items:
1. Minutes from the November 26, 2012, Board meeting.
2. Personnel items as follows:
RESIGNATIONS, TERMINATIONS
Current or Most Last Day
Name Recent Position Employed
Julie Miller-Hayes ESC- Teacher 11/30/2012
LEAVES OF ABSENCE
Current or Most Leave Leave
Name Recent Position Begins Ends
Heidi Bahauddin Evergreen Park- Teacher 8/30/2012 11/13/2012
William Benjamin LC/DC-Maintenance Specialist 11/19/2012 2/8/2013
Jon Bromenschenkel Lincoln- Teacher 8/27/2012 12/3/2012
Arja Cody University Avenue- Teacher 1/2/2013 2/15/2013
Kristin Flemmer Johnsville- Teacher 1/2/2013 3/1/2013
Mary Gale ESC-Secretary 11/6/2012 11/23/2012
Cynthia Hagle NMS-Secretary 11/12/2012 12/5/2012
Jillian Hart CPHS- Teacher 11/19/2012 3/8/2013
Kristen Henry Rum River- Teacher 11/27/2012 6/7/2013
Elizabeth Ann Johnson NMS- Teacher 11/26/2012 3/8/2013
Tracy Knighton ESC-ECFE Coordinator 11/30/2012 1/7/2013
Wanda Knudson Rum River- Teacher 11/15/2012 12/17/2012
Charlene LaGrange CED-ECFE-Asst Instructor 12/10/2012 1/25/2013
Heidi Lovdahl Rum River-Child Nutrition 12/5/2012 1/15/2013
Erika Luongvan JMS- Teacher 11/8/2012 11/30/2012
Yesenia Martinez Paraeducator 12/4/2012 1/24/2013
Jamie Marvin Andover- Teacher 11/28/2012 1/17/2013
Sara McMillin Mc Kinley/Andover/Crooked Lk-
Comm Sch Programmer 10/12/2012 10/12/2012
Sara McMillin Mc Kinley/Andover/Crooked Lk-
Comm Sch Programmer 11/30/2012 11/30/2012
Sara McMillin Mc Kinley/Andover/Crooked Lk-
Comm Sch Programmer 12/10/2012 12/10/2012
Tiffany Moore Bridges- Paraeducator 12/4/2012 1/14/2013
Kari Rock Eisenhower-Principal Elem. School 11/26/2012 2/15/2013
Melissa Upton S.T.E.P.- Teacher 12/4/2012 3/4/2013
Hilary Wagenfled Franklin- Teacher 11/26/2012 12/14/2012
Kathleen Wallace CPHS-Child Nutrition 11/26/2012 1/7/2013
Carrie Westlund Sand Creek- Teacher 11/26/2012 2/22/2013
Janice Wisen-Finnerty Jefferson- Teacher 11/12/2012 11/30/2012
MODIFIED LEAVES OF ABSENCE
Current or Most Leave Leave
Name Recent Position Begins Ends
Elsa Anderson Andover-Child Nutrition 10/11/2012 12/3/2012
Yei Browne CED-Adv Pls-A+ Child Care Asst 8/27/2012 12/4/2012
Cindy Dieltz Ramsey- Paraeducator 10/29/2012 2/28/2013
Christine Godzala-Walytka AMS-Fred Moore-Secretary 11/13/2012 11/23/2012
Mary Hastings Rum River-Teacher 11/5/2012 11/23/2012
Timothy Matasovsky Jefferson-Building Supervisor 10/25/2012 12/5/2012
Lori Meadows NMS- Paraeducator 9/5/2012 12/4/2012
Rodney Moorehead BHS-Child Nutrition 10/22/2012 11/30/2012
Eric Olson CRHS-Building Supervisor 10/31/2012 1/4/2013
Faith Perrin Bridges- Paraeducator 2/22/2012 2/4/2013
Roxanne Peterson Riverview ECC- Paraeducator 10/22/2012 11/30/2012
Sharon Zulkosky CRMS-Paraeducator 8/6/2012 12/7/2012
APPOINTMENTS
Current or Most Effective
Name Recent Position Date Lane/Step FTE Salary
Elementary
Jennifer Anderl Ramsey-Teacher-
Grade 2 12/3/2012 Masters/5 0.6471 $32,963
Christine Hallstrom Adams-Teacher-
Grd K (LTS) 11/12/2012 Bachelors/1 0.2460 $9,158
Rose Kleinbaum Lincoln-Tcher-
Acad.Support 8/27/2012 Bachelors+45/1 0.5000 $19,851
Douglas Larson Morris Bye-Teacher-Gr. 1 11/26/2012 Bachelors+45/1 0.6685 $26,539
Diane Lemke Hamilton-Teacher-SA-
Student Support 11/2/2012 Masters+45/23 0.5223 $40,298
Laura Mercado Univ Avenue-Teacher-
Grade 3 11/26/2012 Bachelors/1 0.6738 $25,086
Jennifer Orth Andover-Teacher-
Grade 3 11/27/2012 Bachelors/3 0.6631 $26,619
Alyssa Ringdal Dayton-Teacher-
Inquiry Spec. 8/27/2012 Bachelors/1 0.5200 $19,360
Kari Smith Dayton-Teacher-Grade K 12/3/2012 Bachelors+45/1 0.6471 $25,690
Secondary
Zachary Hansen AHS-Teacher-Health 12/3/2012 Bachelors/3 0.0816 $3,121
Alison Witt CPHS-Tcher-
Soc. Stud. (LTS) 11/9/2012 Bachelors/1 0.4064 $15,131
Special Education
Jennifer Bates JMS-Teacher-
MSH (TMH) 8/27/2012 Masters/3 1.0000 $46,217
Joan Joseph-Mahanna Sand Creek-Tcher-
SLD (LTS) 11/26/2012 Masters+45/15 0.2995 $21,658
Administrative
Current or Most Effective
Name Recent Position Date Days Salary
Melissa Monson Eisenhower-Assistant Principal 11/20/2012 151 $53,203
A detailed list of the Extra Service Agreements, Curriculum Writing and Behind the Wheel is posted and available through the Anoka-Hennepin ISD 11 District website, www.anoka.k12.mn.us, and at the district office located at 2727 N Ferry Street, Anoka, MN 55303. If you would like a printed copy of this portion of the minutes, please send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to the attention of Sue Seul at the above address.
3. Approval of the Property and Liability/Casualty Insurance Renewals with Chubb Insurance and Riverport Insurance.
4. Approval of Anoka County Elections Equipment.
5. Approval of the Coon Rapids Middle School Electrical Feeder Lines, Bid #13007B to Premier Electric.
The immunization exclusions–names and specifics are not included because of data privacy.
Motion passed.
COMMUNICATIONS DELEGATIONS OR PETITIONS
Melissa Thompson, Coon Rapids, presented a petition asking for the removal of Bryan Lindquist from the Anti-Bullying and Anti-Harassment Task Force. Dan Rebek and Jefferson Fietek, both of Coon Rapids, and Tammy Aaberg and Andrew Aaberg, both of Champlin, spoke in favor of the petition.
Tiffany Strabola and Laurie Thompson, both of Andover, spoke in favor of Bryan Lindquist remaining as a member of the Anti-Bullying and Anti-Harassment Task Force.
Superintendent Carlson gave a report to the board and reviewed the board calendar. There will be one regular Board meeting in December and two regular meetings in January. Superintendent Carlson thanked the transportation staff and everyone involved when snow storms occur for their expertise to keep all children safe.
Dr. Jinger Gustafson, associate superintendent of middle schools; Brandon Nelson, director, Labor, Insurance and Benefits Department; and Julie Blaha, president, Anoka-Hennepin Education Minnesota, presented the proposed calendar for the 2013-14 school year. The first day of school is proposed for Sept. 3, 2013. The last day of school is proposed for June 11, 2014. Because of a staff development day for elementary school teachers, it is proposed that elementary students will not have school Monday, Oct. 7, 2013. Other proposed breaks for all students for the 2013-14 school year are:
• Fall break – Oct. 16, 17 and 18
• Thanksgiving break – Nov. 27, 28 and 29
• Winter break – Dec. 23 through Jan. 3, with classes resuming Jan. 6, 2013
• Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday – Jan. 20
• President’s Day break – Feb. 17 and 18
• Spring break – March 10 through March 17, with school resuming March 18
• April break – April 18 and 21
• Memorial Day – May 26
School Board Chair Tom Heidemann thanked the committee for taking input from parents on the calendar. The calendar will be approved at the January 14, 2013, School Board meeting.
Greg Cole, principal of Compass Programs, and Jennifer Cherry, Title IX coordinator, presented new procedures for processing, investigating and tracking harassment, violence and discrimination reports.
The Anoka-Hennepin School District prohibits harassment, violence, discrimination, and bullying in all forms, including on the basis of a person’s actual or perceived race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex/gender, (including harassment based on gender identity and expression), material status, disability, status with regard to public assistance, sexual orientation, age, family care leave status, or veteran status.
If anyone experiences harassment, violence, discrimination, or bullying, in a school or at a school-related event, or knows someone who has, the incident will be investigated by the district. Report forms are available on the homepage of every school website and can be obtained at the schools. Any student, parent/guardian or district staff can complete a form and return it to any school administrator, counselor or student services advocate. Verbal or other written reports will also be accepted by any school administrator, counselor or student services advocate. The school’s principal or Title IX/equity coordinator will be immediately notified of the report. The district will not disclose the identity of any individual who makes a report, except to the district personnel designated to investigate the report as required by law. Retaliation against any individual who makes a report or who participates or assists in an investigation of harassment, violence, discrimination, or bullying is strictly prohibited. In addition to examples of the forms, Cole and Cherry also presented the “Harassment, Violence and Discrimination Continuum.” Unacceptable behaviors are classified into Level 1 (language of harassment violation); Level 2 (directed language of harassment violation); and Level 3 (harassment). Each level has an action step. That will ensure a consistency of action across the district with how complaints are processed. The new process will also help administrators collect information about bullying and harassment complaints.
Also presented was an example of an “investigation interview” form. A person who does harassment investigations for corporations trained district staff in investigation techniques. District staff will communicate with the target of bullying or harassing and the offender. School Board Chair Tom Heidemann said he saw how the information Cole and Cherry developed was developed and the process is a very efficient way to collect the information the school district needs. He thanked Cole and Cherry for their work to keep kids safe and staff focused on student learning and achievement.
Paul Cady, general counsel, asked the School Board for approval on a tentative agreement between the Anoka-Hennepin School District and the Anoka-Hennepin Educational Office Professionals’ Association. The document shares terms and conditions of employment for clerical staff throughout the district. Detailed items include compensation, vacation days and working hours. Mr. Cady noted that an annual 1 percent pay increase was also incorporated. It is set to expire June 30, 2014 and can be found in its entirety in the Dec. 10 School Board agenda. Mike Sullivan motioned for approval of the agreement, seconded by Marci Anderson. Motion carried.
Michelle Vargas brought back the tax levy for approval. The levy will be sent to county auditors to establish tax rates, apply those rates to each property, and prepare final tax statements for mailing to property tax payers. John Hoffman motioned to approve, Mike Sullivan seconded. Motion carried.
BOARD CORRESPONDENCE & COMMUNICATIONS
The Dec. 10 meeting was Vice-Chair John Hoffman’s last meeting. Hoffman will resign his seat Jan. 8, 2013 when he is sworn into the Minnesota Senate. Hoffman thanked his colleagues for working for consensus and to do what’s best for students and allowing him to be part of this successful district. Referencing Greg Cole’s report and keeping all students safe, Hoffman said, “all means all.” “I’ll leave you with those parting words,” he said. “Boy, I’ve had fun. Thank you.” School Board member Mike Sullivan said he hopes Hoffman takes his lessons about consensus building with him to the State Capitol.
“If you can do that, you will serve us well,” Sullivan said. School Board Chair Tom Heidemann said he appreciated Hoffman’s passion, energy and enthusiasm and that Hoffman was a great addition to the School Board.
Chair Heidemann along with Michelle Vargas put together a Funding Reform Task Force Impact to be presented to the legislative delegation on the 19th of December. Chair Heidemann asked for feedback from the Board.
Chair Tom Heidemann recessed the meeting at 7:55 p.m. The meeting reconvened in closed session at 8:05 p.m. to discuss matters requiring data privacy.
Mike Sullivan moved and Jeff Simon seconded the motion to expel student number one for one year, the student being allowed to return under probation on March 18, 2013, pending completion of a chemical dependency program. Marci Anderson called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Mike Sullivan, and Jeff Simon. There being four votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
Marci Anderson moved and Mike Sullivan seconded the motion to expel student number two for one year, the student being allowed to return under probation on September 3, 2013. Marci Anderson called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Mike Sullivan, and Jeff Simon. There being four votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
Tom Heidemann moved and Marci Anderson seconded the motion to expel student number three for one year, the student being allowed to return under probation on September 3, 2013, pending successful completion of a chemical dependency program. Marci Anderson called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Mike Sullivan, and Jeff Simon. There being six votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
Jeff Simon moved and Marci Anderson seconded the motion to expel student number four for one year, the student being allowed to return under probation on September 3, 2013, pending successful completion of a chemical dependency program. Marci Anderson called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Mike Sullivan, John Hoffman, Dr. Scott Wenzel, and Jeff Simon. There being six votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
Mike Sullivan moved and Jeff Simon seconded the motion to expel student number five through the end of the 2012-2013 school year, the student being allowed to return under probation on March 18, 2012. Marci Anderson called the roll. The following voted in favor of the motion: Tom Heidemann, Marci Anderson, Mike Sullivan, and Jeff Simon. There being four votes for and no votes against the motion, the motion passed.
The meeting reconvened in open session at 8:55 p.m. The Board reconvened in closed Executive Session to discuss negotiations at 9:00 p.m. The meeting reconvened in open session at 9:10 p.m.
Marci Anderson moved and John Hoffman seconded the motion to adjourn the meeting. Motion passed.
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