Public Notices 06/27/2013 – North Crow River News

Certificate of Assumed Name
(Official Publication)
Office of the Minnesota
Secretary of State
Certificate of Assumed Name
Minnesota Statutes, 333
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.
ASSUMED NAME:
Time to Crush ALS Tour
PRINCIPAL PLACE
OF BUSINESS:
5010 Naber Ave NE Saint Michael MN 55376 USA
NAMEHOLDER(S):
Name: Jeffery Scott Eliason Address: 5010 Naber Ave NE Saint Michael MN 55376
If you submit an attachment, it will be incorporated into this document. If the attachment conflicts with the information specifically set forth in this document, this document supersedes the data referenced in the attachment.
By typing my name, 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: 6/7/2013
SIGNED BY: Jeffery Scott Eliason
(June 20 & 27, 2013)
NC-TimetoCrushALSTour
Certificate of Assumed Name
(Official Publication)
Office of the Minnesota
Secretary of State
Certificate of Assumed Name
Minnesota Statutes, 333
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.
ASSUMED NAME:
EnVision Insurance Marketing
PRINCIPAL PLACE
OF BUSINESS:
401 Rambling Creek Circle St. Michael MN 55376 USA
NAMEHOLDER(S):
Name: Christopher M Toring Address: 401 Rambling Creek Circle St. Michael MN 55376
If you submit an attachment, it will be incorporated into this document. If the attachment conflicts with the information specifically set forth in this document, this document supersedes the data referenced in the attachment.
By typing my name, 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: 5/20/2013
SIGNED BY: Christopher M Toring
(June 20 & 27, 2013) NC-EnvisionInsuranceMarketing
City of Rogers
(Official Publication)
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
ROGERS DRIVE LIGHTING IMPROVEMENTS
FOR THE CITY OF ROGERS
HENNEPIN COUNTY, MINNESOTA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received by the City of Rogers at the office of the City Clerk until 9:00 a.m. local time, Thursday, July 18, 2013, at the City Hall located at 22350 South Diamond Lake Road, Rogers, Minnesota 55374 and will be publicly opened and read at said time and place by representatives of the City of Rogers. Said proposals for the furnishing of all labor and materials for the construction, complete in-place, of the following approximate quantities of construction items:
20 EA Lighting Units
20 EA Light Bases
500 LF 3” Conduit
(Directional Bore)
7030 LF Underground Wire
Traffic Control
Miscellaneous
Restoration
The bids must be submitted on the Proposal Forms provided in accordance with the Contract Documents, Plans, and Specifications as prepared by WSB & Associates, Inc., 701 Xenia Avenue South, Suite 300, Minneapolis, MN 55416, which are on file with the City Clerk of Rogers, 22350 South Diamond Lake Road, Rogers, MN 55374 and may be seen at the office of the Consulting Engineers or at the office of the City Clerk.
Complete digital Proposal Forms, Plans, and Specifications for use by Contractors submitting a bid are available at www.questcdn.com. You may download the digital plan documents for a nonrefundable fee of $20.00 by inputting Quest project #2783035 on the website’s Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information.
An optional paper set of Proposal Forms, Plans, and Specifications may be obtained from the Consulting Engineers, WSB & Associates, Inc., 701 Xenia Avenue South, Suite 300, Minneapolis, MN 55416, for a nonrefundable fee of $60.00 per set, check payable to WSB & Associates, Inc.
Bids will only be accepted from Contractors who purchase digital or paper Bidding Documents as specified above.
No bids will be considered unless sealed and filed with the City Clerk of Rogers and accompanied by a cash deposit, cashier’s check, or certified check, or bid bond made payable to the City of Rogers for five percent (5%) of the amount bid, to be forfeited as liquidated damages in the event that the bid be accepted and the bidder fail to enter promptly into a written contract and furnish the required bond.
No bids may be withdrawn for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of opening of bids. The City of Rogers reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
DATED: June 25, 2013
BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL
s/s Stacy Scharber
City Clerk
Rogers, MN
(June 27, 2013) NC-CRW BidsRogersDrLighting
City of St. Michael
(Official Publication)
PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF ST. MICHAEL
WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the St. Michael City Council will meet on Tuesday, July 9, 2013, at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as time permits, at St. Michael City Hall, 11800 Town Center Drive NE, for a public hearing to consider vacation of certain drainage and utility easements on lots legally described as Lot 8, Block 6, and Outlot B, Berningwood. The applicant is proposing to combine the two parcels, thereby eliminating the need for interior lot line drainage and utility easements. (Applicant/Owner: Larry & Lynn Hanf, 4879 Mayelin Avenue NE, St. Michael, MN 55376).
Anyone so desiring to be heard regarding this matter will be heard at this hearing. Written comments should be received no later than 4:30 p.m., July 9, 2013, at St. Michael City Hall, 11800 Town Center Drive NE, St. Michael, MN 55376. Additional information can be obtained from the Planning Department at 763-416-7934.
(June 27, 2013)
NC PHN Berningwood
City of St. Michael
(Official Publication)
ADVERTISEMENT FOR QUOTES
45TH STREET NE TRAIL
FOR THE CITY OF ST. MICHAEL
WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed quotes will be received by the City of St. Michael at the office of the City Engineer until 10:00 a.m. CST, Monday, July 1, 2013, at the City Hall located at 11800 Town Center Drive, NE, St. Michael, Minnesota 55376, and will be publicly opened and read at said time and place by representatives of the City of St. Michael. Said proposals for the furnishing of all labor and materials for the construction, complete in-place, of the following approximate quantities:
471 CU YD Common
Excavation
226 CU YD Common Borrow
398 CU YD Aggregate Base
(CV) Class 5
251 TON SP 9.5 Bituminous
Wearing Course
(2,B)
254 LIN FT 12” -15” Pipe
Culverts
350 SQ FT 6” Concrete Walk
Misc Erosion Control
The quotes must be submitted on the Proposal Forms provided in accordance with the Contract Documents, Plans, and Specifications as prepared by WSB & Associates, Inc., 4140 Thielman Lane, Suite 204, St. Cloud, Minnesota 56301, which are on file with the City Clerk of St. Michael and may be seen at the office of the Consulting Engineers.
Complete digital Proposal Forms, Plans, and Specifications for use by Contractors submitting a bid are available from WSB & Associates, Inc. You may request the digital plan documents at no charge. Please contact Amy Lee at 320-252-4900 or by e-mail at alee@wsbeng.com.
No quotes will be considered unless sealed and filed with the City Clerk of St. Michael and accompanied by a cash deposit, cashier’s check, or certified check, or bid bond made payable to the City of St. Michael for five percent (5%) of the amount bid, to be forfeited as liquidated damages in the event that the bid be accepted and the bidder fail to enter promptly into a written contract and furnish the required bond.
No quotes may be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days from the date of opening of quotes. The City of St. Michael reserves the right to reject any or all quotes.
DATED: June 24, 2013 BY ORDER OF THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR
s/s Steven Bot
City Administrator/Engineer
St. Michael, MN
(June 27, 2013)
NC 45thStNE Trail
City of Albertville
(Official Publication)
City of Albertville
COUNTY OF WRIGHT
STATE OF MINNESOTA
Ordinance NO. 2013 – 004
An Ordinance Amending CHAPTER 1200 OF THE ALBERTVILLE ZONING ORDINANCE, OFF-STREET PARKING REQUIREMENTS, SECTIONS 1200.4 AND 1200.5 PROHIBITING THE USE OF COAL TAR-BASED SEALANT IN THE CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF PARKING LOTS, DRIVEWAYS OR PAVED AREAS WITHIN THE CITY OF ALBERTVILLE
The city council of the city of Albertville, Minnesota ordains:
SECTION 1. Section 1200.4.H.13 of the Albertville Zoning Ordinance is hereby amended to read as follows:
13. All areas intended to be utilized for parking space and driveways shall be surfaced with bitumen or concrete to control dust and drainage, except in the case of farm dwellings/operations and as specified in subsection E of this section. Coal tar-based sealants are prohibited materials in the construction or maintenance of paved parking spaces, driveways, or other paved areas on a property. Plans for surfacing and drainage of driveways and stalls for five (5) or more vehicles shall be submitted to the City Engineer for his review, and the final drainage plan shall be subject to his/her written approval. In unique situations, where drainage or other factors warrant such, the City Engineer may permit deviation from these surfacing requirements.
SECTION 2. Section 1200.5 of the Albertville Zoning Ordinance is hereby amended to read as follows:
1200.5: MAINTENANCE: It shall be the joint and several responsibility of the lessee and owner of the principal use, uses or buildings to maintain, in a neat and adequate manner, the parking space, accessways, striping, landscaping and required screening. Coal tar-based sealants shall be prohibited materials in the maintenance or reconditioning of paved parking spaces, driveways, or other paved areas on a property.
SECTION 3. Section 1300.6 of the Albertville Zoning Ordinance is hereby amended to read as follows:
1300.6: SURFACING: All loading berths and accessways shall be improved with not less than six (6) inch class 5 base and two (2) inch bituminous surfacing to control the dust and drainage according to a plan submitted to and subject to the approval of the City Engineer. Coal tar-based sealants shall be prohibited materials in the maintenance or reconditioning of paved loading areas, driveways, or other paved areas on a property.
This amendment shall be in full force and effective immediately following its passage and publication.
Approved by the Albertville City Council this 17th day of June 2013.
Jillian Hendrickson, Mayor
Kimberly A. Olson, City Clerk
(June 27, 2013)
NC Ord 2013-004
City of Albertville
(Official Publication)
City of Albertville
Notice of Public Hearing
Fence Height Ordinance Amendment
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Albertville Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. or soon thereafter on Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at the Albertville City Hall located at 5959 Main Avenue NE to take public comment concerning proposed fence ordinance amendments. Section 1000.6.G Residential District Fences is proposed to be amended to permit fences in front yards and required side yards on corner lots up to 48 inches in height. Section 1000.5.C.3 and 1000.5.D.3, pertaining to swimming pool fence enclosures for single and multi-family residences, are proposed to be amended so as to require that fence enclosures a minimum of four feet in height be provided around above ground pools, and fence enclosures a minimum of five feet in height be provided around in ground pools.
All interested persons are invited to attend the meeting and will be afforded the opportunity to voice an opinion during the public hearing. If unable to attend the meeting, written comments may be submitted to Kimberly Olson, City Clerk, Albertville City Hall, 5959 Main Avenue NE, P.O. Box 9, Albertville, MN 55301.
Kimberly Olson
Albertville City Clerk
(June 27, 2013)
NC PHN FenceHeight
City of Albertville
(Official Publication)
City of Albertville
Notice of Public Hearing
Rezoning from R1-A to Planned Unit Development
Guardian Angels Senior Housing Campus
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Albertville Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. or soon thereafter on Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at the Albertville City Hall located at 5959 Main Avenue NE to take public comment concerning the request by Guardian Angels of Elk River, Inc. for proposed PUD Rezoning, preliminary and final plat subdivision, and site and building plan review for the development of a sixty (60) unit senior housing campus for the property noted as follows:
PID No.: 101500023401
LOCATION: Intersection of Kassel Avenue and County Rd. 18
All interested persons are invited to attend the meeting and will be afforded the opportunity to voice an opinion during the public hearing.
Kimberly A. Olson
Albertville City Clerk
(June 27, 2013)
NC GuardianAngelPHN
City of Albertville
(Official Publication)
City of Albertville
Notice of Public Hearing
Rezoning from B-3 to Planned Unit Development (PUD)
Federated Co-ops Albertville Ag Center
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Albertville Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. or soon thereafter on Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at the Albertville City Hall located at 5959 Main Avenue NE to take public comment concerning the request submitted by Federated Co-ops, Inc. for a rezoning of two parcels from B-3 to PUD, preliminary and final plat subdivision, and site and building plan review for the expansion of the Albertville Ag Center and replacement of existing fuel tanks for the property noted as follows:
Parcel 1 PID No.: 101500023401
Parcel 2 PID No.: 101500012130
Parcel 1 ADDRESS: 5888 Lamont Ave. NE, Albertville, Minnesota 55301
Parcel 2 ADDRESS: 11229 60th St NE  Albertville, MN 55301
All interested persons are invited to attend the meeting and will be afforded the opportunity to voice an opinion during the public hearing.
Kimberly A. Olson
Albertville City Clerk
(June 27, 2013)
NC FederatedPHN

School District 885
(Official Publication)
June 3, 2013
Special (Closed) Meeting
Held After the 7:00 p.m. Board Meeting
The St. Michael-Albertville School Board held a special (closed) meeting in the board room after the regularly held 7:00 p.m. board meeting.
Board Members
Present:
Doug Birk
Jeanne Holland
Jeff Lindquist
Gayle Weber
Drew Scherber
Carol Steffens
Absent:
1. Superintendent Evaluation
The Board went into a closed session in the board room at the end of the regular meeting pursuant to State Statute 13D.05 Subdivision 3A – Meetings to Evaluate the Performance of an Individual to discuss the District, Superintendent, Dr. Behle’s evaluation.
2. Adjournment
Steffens/Holland. Motion to Adjourn Special (Closed) Meeting at 10:09 p.m. Motion carried.
Carol Steffens, Clerk
(June 27, 2013)
NC June3ClosedMeeting
School District 885
(Official Publication)
St. Michael – Albertville Independent School
District 885
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
June 3, 2013
The St. Michael-Albertville School Board held a Regular meeting in the St. Michael-Albertville District Office board room at 7:00 p.m.
Board Members
Present:
Doug Birk
Jeanne Holland
Jeff Lindquist
Drew Scherber
Carol Steffens
Gayle Weber
Absent:
None
Staff
James Behle
Jeanette Aanerud
Ben Bakeberg
Brian Benson
Lee Brown
Jennifer Claseman
Bob Driver
Jolene Herfel
Lynn Jennissen
Steve Scherber
Board Secretary:
Suzanne Gallagher
Regular Meeting at 7:00 p.m.
1. Approval of Agenda Items
Dr. Behle added item 8.g.22 under Employment 2013-2014, Bury, Jamie high school long-term substitute. Board Member Holland requested the addition of item 5.a. Visit to High School.
Steffens/Holland. Motion to approve the agenda as amended above. Motion carried.
2. Correction and Approval of Previous Minutes
a. Regular Meeting on Monday, May 20, 2013
Holland/Scherber. Motion to approve the Regular Meeting Minutes of Monday, May 20, 2013 as presented. Aye: Birk, Holland, Scherber, Steffens, Weber. Nay: None. Abstain: Lindquist. Motion carried.
b. Special (Closed) Meeting on Monday, May 20, 2013
Steffens/Holland. Motion to approve the Special (Closed) Meeting Minutes of Monday, May 20, 2013 as presented. Aye: Birk, Holland, Scherber, Steffens, Weber. Nay: None. Abstain: Lindquist. Motion carried.
3. Student Recognition
a. High School Courtesy and Respect Awards
Chairperson Birk and the board presented the Courtesy and Respect Awards to the following students:
• 9th Grade: Allen Arriaga, Brian Colgrove and Vanita Lee
• 10th Grade: Kate Drimel, John Gebell and Alexis Heil
• 11th Grade: Michelle Camp, Alexyia Dwinnell, Alexander McLellan and Sammy Voss
• 12th Grade: Mason Aaserud, Bendan Sage and Candice Yager
Students receiving the Courtesy and Respect Award were nominated by academic departments in the High School, and then voted on by the entire high school staff. These students were selected for this award based on academics, decision making, extra and co-curricular involvement, and conduct.
Board Chair Birk, Principal Driver and Superintendent Behle also congratulated the award winners for being role models and great citizens. Additionally, they congratulated and thanked the parents, recognizing the great character of the students. Principal Driver stated that out of 1,550 High School Students, only 36 students receive the Courtesy and Respect Award each year and commended these students on the great traits they exhibit.
4. Visitors
a. Persons not on the agenda wishing to address the school board, 5 minutes per individual
St. Michael-Albertville High School Senior, Vincent Bertsch, asked the board to reconsider the reassignment of Broadcast Journalism Teacher, Jox Metcalf, from halftime physical education and halftime broadcast journalism teacher in the upcoming school year, back to full-time broadcast journalism teacher. Bertsch told the board Metcalf is very knowledgeable, improves student performance and increases students’ knowledge by putting them in “real world” broadcast situations. He also shared some of the successes of the students who have been part of the broadcast journalism courses. Board Chair Birk told Bertsch the board appreciated the opinions he brought forth. Dr. Behle told the board that the High School sets the course sections based on the number of students enrolled in each section. Initial enrollment is down in broadcast journalism so they reduced the position by .5 FTE and re-assigned Metcalf. Additionally, Behle and Driver will meet in two weeks as the final schedule is completed and review course assignments. Behle acknowledged that the contribution of the broadcast journalism class goes beyond the classroom and the change could impact the building environment. Birk told Bertsch that Behle would follow-up with the board in June and thanked Bertsch for speaking eloquently and with integrity.
5. Reports
a. Board Member Holland reported on her recent visit to the High School. Highlights of her visit include the industrial technology labs, science and outdoor classrooms, and the choir room. Holland said that in all arenas, the students were engaged, excited to learn and enjoyed the school environment.
6. Old Business
a. Action on School Weather Closings, Delays and Early Dismissal Procedures
Dr. Behle presented the School Weather Closing, Delays and Early Dismissal Procedures to the board. Additionally, he told the board he sent a draft to Jill Schweisthal who attended the board meeting in April. Dr. Behle stated that once approved, the procedures would be part of the emergency manual, superintendent informational handbook, and on the district website. Behle shared that in the past, not all procedures were written down. The procedures reflect current practice, with the most significant change that if school is cancelled during routes, drivers will continue their route and take the students to their school and then the parent would be contacted. Dr. Behle also included the National Weather Service wind chill guidelines. Dr. Behle told the board this information would be shared with all bus drivers at their August meeting. Jill Schweisthal thanked the board for taking this issue seriously and ensuring the safety of the students in the future.
Weber/Lindquist. Motion to Approve School Weather Closings, Delays and Early Dismissal Procedures as presented. Motion carried.
1. Discussion of Policy 506 – Student Discipline and Use of Electronic Devices in Schools
Dr. Behle outlined the section of Board Policy 506 –Student Discipline related to electronic devices as well as sections from each of school handbook. He reported to the board how the policies and handbooks are applied in the schools. At the Primary, elementary schools and middle schools, students are not allowed to possess electronic devices during the school day. Elementary and middle school students may bring cell phones to school but they must be kept in lockers during the instructional day. Educational electronic devices such as e-readers require administration approval at all three levels. At the high school, students may possess electronic devices such as cell phones and IPods but they are not to be used at any time during instructional time, in locker rooms or lavatories. They may be used during passing and lunch time. If school staff becomes aware of violations when a cell phone is seen, heard or used at unapproved times, they act within the guidelines of the policy.
Dr. Behle also discussed how perceptions about possession and use of technology have changed since Policy 506 was approved in April 2009. Technology devices and applications have advanced, and are no longer viewed solely as nuisances or distractions but as educational tools as well. Examples include e-readers and IPads with electronic books that are purchased or downloaded from public libraries and other free sources and cell phones with electronic calculators, dictionaries, thesaurus, calendars and research capabilities. Dr. Behle further stated that cell phones are perceived by parents as effective communication devices in which they can leave voice and text messages throughout the day that do not have to be relayed through the office. In some instances, parents want their child to have phones for walking to and from school for safety.
Dr. Behle stated the existing policy addresses unacceptable behavior but does not include policy language directing educational use for electronic / mobile devices. He also told the board that at the high school, cell phones have been used in the classroom on a limited basis at the discretion of the teacher for educational purposes which include research, or taking pictures of the whiteboard or science experiment to study later.
Dr. Behle stated he also reviewed electronic device use policies in surrounding high schools and said all schools include provisions that cell phones are not to be used in the classroom or during instructional time or in locker rooms and lavatories. Use is permitted during passing, lunch and before and after school. Policies address prohibited use rather than possession and consequences vary from warnings to confiscating the devices. Some policies separate cell phone use from other devices which can be used for educational purposes at the discretion of the teacher or include cell phone use as one device that can be used for educational purposes.
Dr. Behle stated that currently electronic device use is found only under Policy 506 – Student Discipline. The board agreed there is a need to create an electronic/mobile device use policy. The board discussed Kindergarten through 8th grade electronic device use and reached consensus that the current language in Policy 506 is acceptable and agreed to allow e-readers as approved by administration. Board Chair Birk directed Dr. Behle to create a proposed K-8 policy based board consensus. He also directed Dr. Behle to work with administration to draft a high school policy for review at the June 17, 2013 meeting.
7. New Business
a. First Reading of Policy 419 – Tobacco-Free Environment
Clarified language and includes revised language regarding electronic cigarettes and synthetic tobacco.
b. First Reading of Policy 506 – Student Discipline
Includes revised language for electronic cigarettes and synthetic tobacco.
c. Action on First Reading of Policy 564 – Athletic and Speech Activities
Includes revised language in Section F.2. Travel. Board Member Weber requested a change in the language to more specifically define “adult”.
d. Action on High School 2013-2014 Student Handbook
Principal Driver and Assistant Principals Scherber and Herfel presented proposed edits to the 2013-2014 High School Handbook. Changes include the prohibition of hate symbols, parking lot expectations, and specific language regarding Honor Student recognition at the commencement ceremony. Additionally, debate was added to activities. Superintendent Behle requested the addition of “Student Congress” as well. Language was changed stating that High School activity fees should be paid using the online FeePay. Scherber reviewed language regarding electronic devices, “The use of cellular phones and any picture-taking device is prohibited at all times in locker rooms and restrooms. The use of electronic devices, such as cell phones, head phones, I-pods/I-pads, e-readers, laser pens, and games, is prohibited during instructional time.” The electronic device policy may change depending on board discussion at the next meeting. Board Chair Birk confirmed with Principal Driver that the final electronic use policy would be communicated both verbally and in writing to staff and students.
Steffens/Scherber. Motion to approve the High School 2013-14 Student Handbook with board changes, with the supposition that High School Administration will communicate board approved district electronic device policy after approval. Motion carried.
e. Action on Principal Evaluation, Forms and Process
Tabled to June 17, 2013 Meeting
f. Action on New Teaching and Coaching Positions
Dr. Behle reviewed the updated preliminary 2013-14 budget based upon the recent school funding bill. Dr. Behle told the Board there are three positions he’d reported on earlier that he now would recommend action on : 4th Grade 1.0 FTE Teacher at STME based on enrollment, .High School Vocal Music Teacher, .5 FTE based on increase in choir registration, and High School 9th Grade Transition Teacher, .5 FTE program based on student need. Additionally, last fall the board indicated it would like to consider adding a fourth girls soccer coach because 12-15 girl soccer players were cut. Activities Director Benson felt the added team would be full and that players may still be cut.
Lindquist/Holland. Motion to approve New Teaching and Coaching Positions as presented. Motion carried.
g. Action on 2013-2014 Bread and Milk Quotes
Dr. Behle told the board that Food Service Coordinator Helgeson has reviewed the bread and milk quotes from the bids for the 2013-2014 school year.
Scherber/Holland. Motion to accept Pan O’Gold (Bread) and Dean Foods (Milk) as providers for the 2013-2014 school year. Motion carried.
8. Consent Agenda
Lindquist/Holland. Motion to accept the consent agenda as amended. Motion carried.
a. Claims and Accounts
Payroll $1,532,575.36
General Fund (01) $175,739.37
Food Service (02) $4,192.73
Community
Service (04) $14,723.82
Agency Fund (09) $1,739.04
Total $1,728,970.32
b. Treasurer’s Report
c. Trip Requests
1) Carlson, Renae (HS) – 11th and 12th Grade BPA Trip to Seattle, Washington, 10-30-2013 to 11-3-2013,
d. Resignations, Retirements, Terminations, Layoffs
1) Eggert, Louise (CE) – Kids Play Paraprofessional, resignation, effective 8-23-2013
2) Hanson, Jennifer (BW) – Special Education Paraprofessional, resignation, effective 6-6-2013
3) Luing, Jennifer (CE) – ECFE Parent Educator, resignation, effective 5-28-2013
4) Strehler, Craig (FS) – Night Custodian, resignation, effective 5-31-2013
5) Thorpe, Reid (HS) – Art Teacher, resignation, effective 6-7-2013
e. Seasonal Employment
1) Summer School/Extended School Year
a. Billar, Shelly (AP) – Extended School Year Paraprofessional, 3 days per week and 3 hours per day, effective 6-17-2013
b. Egan, Joanne (FE) – Summer School Paraprofessional, two days per week for six weeks, 3.5 hours per day, effective 6-18-2013
c. Huering, Chris (AP) – Extended School Year Paraprofessional, 3 days per week and 3 hours per day, effective 6-17-2013
d. Kessler, Gale (FE) – Summer School Special Education Paraprofessional, two days per week for six weeks, 3.5 hours per day, effective 6-18-2013
e. Johnson, Melissa (AP) – Extended School Year Special Education Teacher, 3 days per week and 3 hours per day, effective 6-17-2013
f. Loch, Kristine (FE) – 1st Grade Summer School Teacher, 3.75 hours per day for 12 days, effective 6-18-2013
g. Mikkola, Judy (AP) – Extended School Year Paraprofessional, 3 days per week and 3 hours per day, effective 6-17-2013
h. Olson, Lindsey (BW) – 1st Grade Summer School Teacher, 3.75 hours per day for 12 days, effective 6-18-2013
i. Randall, Erin (AP) – Extended School Year Speech Clinician, 3 days per week, hours vary, effective 6-17-2013
j. Siebenaler, LeAnna (AP) – Extended School Year and ECSE Teacher, 55.25 total hours, ESY dates only, effective 6-17-2013
k. Zahler, Sandra (SE) – Summer School Paraprofessional, two days per week for six weeks, 3.5 hours per day, effective 6-18-2013
2) Kids Play
a. Bydlon, Michelle (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 25 hours per week and 5 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
b. Fischbach, Sara (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 23.75 hours per week and 4.75 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
c. Hackenmueller, Emily (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 24 hours per week and 8 hours per day, effective 6-25-2013
d. Handberg, Katelyn (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 26.25 hours per week and 5.25 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
e. Hegland, Stacy (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional Sub, time as needed, effective 6-7-2013
f. Hensel, Rachel (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 25 hours per week and 5 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
g. Johnson, Stephanie (CE) — Seasonal Paraprofessional, 16.25 hours per week and 5.25 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
h. Kelly, Nicole (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 25 hours per week and 5 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
i. Kelly, Sean (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 21 hours per week and 5.25 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
j. Kucera, Chelsea (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 26.25 hours per week and 5.25 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
k. Lindquist, Patrick (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 25 hours per week and 5 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
l. Lindquist, Thomas (CE) – Seasonal Aid, 25 hours per week and 5 house per day, effective 6-7-2013
m. Lorence, Mackenzie (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 25 hours per week, 5 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
n. Novak, Josi (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 20 hours per week and 5 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
o. Rieman, Laura (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 26.25 hours per week and 5.25 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
p. Ries, Dan (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 25 hours per week and 5 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
q. Scherber, Kathryn (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 24 hours per week and 8 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
r. Senta, Emily (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 25 hours per week and 5 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
s. Streitman, Hannah (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 21 hours per week and 5.25 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
t. Slyter, Ashley (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 25 hours per week and 5 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
u. Valerius, Anna (CE) – Seasonal Paraprofessional, 26.25 hours per week and 5.25 hours day, effective 6-7-2013
v. Wurdeman, Amanda (CE) — Seasonal Paraprofessional, 20 hours per week and 5 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
w. Zahler, Tyler (CE) – Seasonal Aid, 16.25 hours per week and 5.25 hours per day, effective 6-7-2013
f. Employment 2012-2013
1) Gallus, Michael (HS) – Activity Center Assistant Coordinator, replacing Joseph Schugel, effective 6-10-2013
2) Osowski, Joseph (HS) – Jazz Band Choir Director, replacing Lynsey Bosl, effective 9-4-2012
g. Employment 2013-2014
1) Amundson, Matthew (HS) – Language Arts Teacher, 1.0 FTE, BA Step 6, replacing Charlie Bakker, effective 8-21-2013
2) Bernstein-Collins, Laurie (FE) – 2nd Grade Teacher, new position, transferring from 3rd Grade Teacher (FE), effective 8-21-2013
3) Brisson, Allison (SE) – 2nd Grade Teacher, transferring from 1st Grade Teacher (SE), new position, effective 8-21-2013
4) Carlson, Dane (HS) – 10th Grade Football Coach, Booster Club Paid, new position, effective 8-21-2013
5) Cahill, Lori (FE) – Special Education Paraprofessional, transferring from Albertville Primary, replacing Jennifer Harlan Miller, 6.5 hours per day and 5 days per week, effective 8-29-2013
6) Graham, Scott (AP / FE) – Social Worker, AP .33 FTE/FE .67 FTE, replacing Cathy Thomas (SE/FE), effective 8-21-2013
7) Gronneberg, Jennifer (St. Michael Catholic School) – Special Education Teacher, increase in position from .5 FTE to .6 FTE, effective 8-21-2013
8) Hanson, Corey (BW) – Physical Education / DAPE Instructor, replacing Steve Rothweiler, added DAPE to PE teacher responsibilities, PE .9 FTE / DAPE .1 FTE, effective 8-21-2013
9) Helstrom, Judd (FE) – Physical Education / DAPE Instructor, added DAPE to PE teacher responsibilities, PE .925 FTE / DAPE .075 FTE, effective 8-21-2013
10) Johnson, Brian (FE) – Special Education Teacher, new position, transfer from Special Education Teacher (BW), effective 8-21-2013
11) Martin, Connie (SE) – Special Education Paraprofessional, transferring from Special Education Paraprofessional (ME), replacing Rebecca Chartier, 6.5 hours per day and 5 days per week, effective 8-29-2013
12) Meyer, Randall (MW) – Night Custodian, replacing Brian Witschen, Monday through Friday, and 3 pm to 11:30 pm, effective 6-3-2013
13) Mialkowski, Andrea (SE) – Special Education Paraprofessional, increase from 6.0 hours per day and 5 days per week to 6.5 hours per day and 5 days per week, effective 8-29-2013
14) Nordberg, Dana (SE) – Enrichment/Response Teacher, 1.0 FTE, MA Step 3, replacing Joyce Casey, effective 8-21-2013
15) Olson, Lindsey (BW) – 4th Grade Long Term Substitute Teacher, BA Step 1, replacing Katie Neururer, effective 8-21-2013 to 5-30-2014
16) Schumm, Paul (FE) – Physical Education / DAPE Instructor, added DAPE to PE teacher responsibilities, PE .925 FTE / DAPE .075 FTE, effective 8-21-2013
17) Sebold, Benjamin (HS) – 10th Grade Football Coach, Booster Club paid, replacing Carl Adolphson, effective 8-12-2013
18) Stewart, Sheri (SE) – Special Education Paraprofessional, increase in position from 5 to 6.5 hours, transfer from Special Education Paraprofessional (ME/AP), 6.5 hours per day and 5 days per week, effective 8-29-2013
19) Thomas, Cathy (BW / SE) – Social Worker, BW .5 FTE / SE .5 FTE, transfer from Social Worker BW .67 FTE / AP .23 FTE, replacing Scott Graham at SE, effective 8-21-2013
20) Venaas, Matthew (MW) – 7th Grade Life Science Teacher, 1.0 FTE, BA Step 1, replacing Carl Adolphson, effective 8-21-2013
21) Wiitala, Jamie (HS) – Mathematics Teacher, 1.0 FTE, MA Step 7, replacing William Breeden, effective 8-21-2013
22) Bury, Jamie (HS) – Science Teacher Long Term Substitute Teacher, 1.0 FTE, replacing Erica Johnson, effective 8-21-2013
h. Leave of Absence
1) Gronneberg, Jennifer (SE / Catholic School) – Special Education Teacher (.6 FTE), Family Leave, effective 8-21-2013 to 5-30-2013
2) Nieman, Anthony (MW) – Custodian, Medical Leave Employee FMLA, continuation of prior request of 3-11-2013 to 6-24-2013
3) Solum, Amanda (FE) – 1st Grade Teacher, Maternity – Family Medical Leave Act and Extended Family Leave on or about 9-14-2013 to 1-8-2014
9. Donations
a. Wright County Area United Way donated $3,000 to Middle School East and West for Summer Math Academy
b. Wells Fargo Community Support donated $269.22 on behalf of Paul and Dawn Timp to Middle School East.
10. Information Items
a. High School Graduation Ceremony, June 7, 2013
b. Special (Closed) Meeting to Consider Strategy for Labor Negotiations of Principal and Certified Contracts, Monday, July 15
The board discussed and agreed to meet after the regular July 15, 2013 meeting.
11. Correspondence
12. Future Meeting Dates
Friday, June 7, 2013 – High School Graduation at 7:30 p.m., HS Gym
Monday, June 17, 2013 – Regular Meeting at 7:00 p.m.
Monday, July 15, 2013 – Regular Meeting at 7:00 pm. (one meeting in July)
13.Adjourn to Special (Closed) Meeting
Steffens/Holland. Motion to adjourn to Special (Closed) meeting at 9:15 p.m. Motion carried.
Carol Steffens, Clerk
(Jun. 27, 2013) NC-Jun3RegMin
City of Rogers
(Official Publication)
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
ROGERS DRIVE TRAIL IMPROVEMENTS
FOR THE CITY OF ROGERS
HENNEPIN COUNTY, MINNESOTA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received by the City of Rogers at the office of the City Clerk until 9:00 a.m. local time, Thursday, July 18, 2013, at the City Hall located at 22350 South Diamond Lake Road, Rogers, Minnesota 55374 and will be publicly opened and read at said time and place by representatives of the City of Rogers. Said proposals for the furnishing of all labor and materials for the construction, complete in-place, of the following approximate quantities of construction items:
1,400 CY Common Excavation
3,100 SY 3” Bituminous Trail
1,900 SF 4” Concrete Walk
400 LF B618 Concrete Curb
and Gutter
350 SF Truncated Domes
Traffic Control
Miscellaneous
Restoration
The bids must be submitted on the Proposal Forms provided in accordance with the Contract Documents, Plans, and Specifications as prepared by WSB & Associates, Inc., 701 Xenia Avenue South, Suite 300, Minneapolis, MN 55416, which are on file with the City Clerk of Rogers, 22350 South Diamond Lake Road, Rogers, MN 55374 and may be seen at the office of the Consulting Engineers or at the office of the City Clerk.
Complete digital Proposal Forms, Plans, and Specifications for use by Contractors submitting a bid are available at www.questcdn.com. You may download the digital plan documents for a nonrefundable fee of $20.00 by inputting Quest project #2783009 on the website’s Project Search page. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information.
An optional paper set of Proposal Forms, Plans, and Specifications may be obtained from the Consulting Engineers, WSB & Associates, Inc., 701 Xenia Avenue South, Suite 300, Minneapolis, MN 55416, for a nonrefundable fee of $60.00 per set, check payable to WSB & Associates, Inc.
Bids will only be accepted from Contractors who purchase digital or paper Bidding Documents as specified above.
No bids will be considered unless sealed and filed with the City Clerk of Rogers and accompanied by a cash deposit, cashier’s check, or certified check, or bid bond made payable to the City of Rogers for five percent (5%) of the amount bid, to be forfeited as liquidated damages in the event that the bid be accepted and the bidder fail to enter promptly into a written contract and furnish the required bond.
No bids may be withdrawn for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of opening of bids. The City of Rogers reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
DATED: June 25, 2013
BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL
s/s Stacy Scharber
City Clerk
Rogers, MN
(June 27, 2013) NC/CRW BidsRogersDrTrail

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