Public Notices 08/22/2013 – Champlin/Dayton Press

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:
LoriLou Enterprises
PRINCIPAL PLACE
OF BUSINESS:
12024 Oregon Cir N Champlin MN 55316 USA
NAMEHOLDER(S):
Name: Holly L Engwall Address: 12024 Oregon Cir N Champlin MN 55316
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: 08/09/2013
SIGNED BY: garth r engwall
(Aug. 22 & 29, 2013)
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City of Champlin
(Official Publication)
CITY OF CHAMPLIN
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER the on-sale wine license application of Yu Xia Lin owner of Ginza Grill Japanese Restaurant
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Champlin City Council will hold a public hearing on Monday, September 9, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the Champlin Municipal Center, 11955 Champlin Drive, to consider a request for an on-sale wine license by Yu Xia Lin who is proposing to open a restaurant to be known as Ginza Grill Japanese Restaurant and to serve wine and beer. The restaurant is to be located at 11460 Jefferson Court in Champlin.
All interested parties are invited to attend and be heard.
Roberta Colotti, City Clerk
(763) 923-7111
Email: rcolotti@ci.champlin.
mn.us
Published in the Champlin-Dayton Press on Thursday, August 22, 2013.
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City of Dayton
(Official Publication)
Public Notice
CITY OF DAYTON, MN
Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, September 5, 2013 at 7:00 p.m., or soon hereafter, the Dayton Planning Commission will hold a meeting in the Dayton City Council Chambers located at 12260 S. Diamond Lake Rd., Dayton, MN 55327. The following matter will be discussed:
1. Amendment to the previously approved Preliminary Plat of 192 lots to be known as Sundance Woods.
2. Amendment to the previously approved Planned Unit Development of Sundance Woods.
The subject property is located immediately south of the Sundance Golf Course; west of Fernbrook Lane and east of French Lake Road. The Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter and the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 33, Township 120, Range 22, EXCEPTING therefrom the North 56 rods of the West 4.5 rods of said Southwest ¼ of the Southwest Quarter and also EXCEPT that part thereof described as follows: Beginning at the Southwest corner of Section 33, Township 120, Range 22, Hennepin County, Minnesota; thence North on West line of Section 33 a distance of 350 feet; thence deflecting 91 degrees 20 minutes 38 seconds to the East a distance of 150 feet; thence deflecting 88 degrees 39 minutes 22 seconds to the South a distance of 350 feet; thence deflecting 91 degrees 20 minutes 38 seconds to the West a distance of 150 feet to the point of beginning.
All interested parties are encouraged to attend. All written and verbal testimony will be taken at this meeting and signed letters will be accepted prior to the meeting. Copies of the staff report can be obtained by contacting the Dayton Planning Department at 763-421-3487.
Respectfully submitted
Matthew Gindele, City Planner
City of Dayton, MN
(Aug. 22, 2013)
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City of Dayton
(Official Publication)
Public Notice
CITY OF DAYTON, MN
Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, September 5, 2013 at 7:00 p.m., or soon hereafter, the Dayton Planning Commission will hold a meeting in the Dayton City Council Chambers located at 12260 S. Diamond Lake Rd., Dayton, MN 55327. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the development of the property located immediately south of Dayton River Road and extending south to North Diamond Lake Road. The property is described as:
That part of Government Lot 1, lying Southerly of the Northeasterly right of way line of Hennepin County, State Aid No. 12, Plat 23, except that part thereof embraced within Registered Land Survey NO. 1334. Hennepin County, Minnesota.
AND
The Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter; The East half of the Southeast Quarter, Except the South 180.00 feet of the east 130.00 feet thereof, All in Section 9, Township 120, Range 22.
AND
Government Lot 3, Section 10, Township 120, Range 22, except that part thereof lying Northerly and Northeasterly of the Northeasterly right of way line of Hennepin County State Aid Highway No. 12 Plat 23.
The following matters will be discussed:
1. Preliminary Plat of 320 lots to be known as River Hills.
2. Amendment to the previously approved River Hills Farms Planned Unit Development.
3. Discussion regarding the previously approved Environmental Assessment Worksheet.
All interested parties are encouraged to attend. All written and verbal testimony will be taken at this meeting and signed letters will be accepted prior to the meeting. Copies of the staff report can be obtained by contacting the Dayton Planning Department at 763-421-3487.
Respectfully submitted
Matthew Gindele
City of Dayton, MN
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City of Dayton
(Official Publication)
Public Notice
CITY OF DAYTON, MN
Notice is hereby given that on Thursday, September 5, 2013 at 7:00 p.m., or soon thereafter, the Dayton Planning Commission will hold a public hearing in the Dayton City Council chambers located at 12260 S. Diamond Lake Rd., Dayton, MN 55327. The following matter will be discussed:
Request for a Conditional Use Permit to operate a dog boarding and training business within the I-2 Heavy Industrial Zoning Districted located at 17170 113th Ave NW having PID 32-120-22-23-0006.
All interested parties are encouraged to attend. All written and verbal testimony will be taken at this meeting and signed letters will be accepted prior to the meeting. Copies of the planning report can be obtained by contacting the Dayton Planning and Zoning Department at 763-427-3487.
Respectfully Submitted,
Matthew Gindele, City of Dayton
(Aug. 22, 2013)
CD-17170-113thAveNW

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, July 8, 2013, at the Sandburg Education Center, Anoka, Minnesota.
Marci Anderson called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m.
The following members were present: Marci Anderson, Bill Harvey, Jeff Simon, Mike Sullivan and Dr. Scott Wenzel.
Chair Anderson led the pledge of allegiance.
CONSENT AGENDA
Mike Sullivan moved and Bill Harvey seconded the motion to approve the following consent agenda items:
1. Minutes from the June 24, 2013, Board Meeting.
2. Personnel items as follows:
RESIGNATIONS, TERMINATIONS
Current or Most Last Day
Name Recent Position Employed
Sharon Carlson CRMS-Teacher 7/1/2013
Dale Comer CRHS- Teacher 6/19/2013
Candi Krych Eisenhower-Paraeducator 6/17/2013
Lindsey Smaka CPHS- Teacher 6/25/2013
LEAVES OF ABSENCE
Current or Most Leave Leave
Name Recent Position Begins Ends
Ann Herlofsky Rum River-Assistant Principal 7/9/2013 7/19/2013
Debbie Holmquist Riverview ECC- Teacher 8/28/2013 6/11/2014
Timothy Jess Jr. Crooked Lake-Custodian 6/19/2013 7/5/2013
Kristina Johnson Hamilton- Teacher 6/26/2013 10/11/2013
Kathy Schulz Andover-Teacher 6/28/2013 8/22/2013
Thomas Sullivan AHS-Assistant Principal 8/12/2013 11/18/2013
Sarah Zins Monroe- Teacher 6/11/2013 7/22/2013
MODIFIED LEAVES OF ABSENCE
Current or Most Leave Leave
Name Recent Position Begins Ends
Steven Gligor University Avenue-Custodian 3/11/2013 6/7/2013
Candi Krych Eisenhower- Paraeducator 11/23/2011 6/17/2013
Donna Nutter Andover-Custodian 3/25/2013 7/14/2013
APPOINTMENTS
Current or Most Effective
Name Recent Position Date Lane/Step FTE Salary
Elementary
Nicole Durham Eisenhower-Teacher-Grade 5 8/26/2013 Bachelors/3 1.0000 $37,231
Teresa Dwyer Rum River-Teacher-Grade 3 8/26/2013 Bachelors/7 1.0000 $43,956
Thomas Fox Jefferson-Teacher-Grade 1 8/26/2013 Bachelors/2 1.0000 $38,271
Jamie Grant Rum River-Teacher-Grade K 8/26/2013 Masters/1 1.0000 $42,142
Rachel Kolar Madison-Teacher-
Academic Support 8/26/2013 Bachelors/1 1.0000 $37,231
Trinette Langner Ramsey-Teacher-Grade 2 8/26/2013 Masters/10 1.0000 $57,729
Laura Mercado Mississippi-Teacher-Grade 3 8/26/2013 Bachelors/1 1.0000 $37,231
Kelly Rogge Dayton-Teacher-ESL 8/26/2013 Masters+30/14 1.0000 $70,077
Jenna Weisser University Avenue-
Teacher-Grade 3 8/26/2013 Masters/3 1.0000 $46,217
Secondary
David Ahlmann JMS-Teacher-Science 8/26/2013 Bachelors+45/2 1.0000 $41,112
David Bestul BHS-Teacher-Social Studies 8/26/2013 Bachelors/3 1.0000 $40,144
Shannon
Blansette AHS-Teacher-Social Studies 8/26/2013 Bachelors+45/8 1.0000 $49,866
Jessica Bomstad BHS-Teacher-English 8/26/2013 Bachelors/1 1.0000 $37,231
Daniel Bordwell Andover HS-Teacher-
Social Studies 8/26/2013 Masters/5 1.0000 $50,942
Erin Grahmann BHS-Teacher-English 8/26/2013 Masters/10 1.0000 $57,729
Rachel Haemig AHS-Teacher-Social Studies 8/26/2013 Bachelors/1 1.0000 $37,231
Zachary Hahn Andover HS-Teacher-
Social Studies 8/26/2013 Bachelors+45/1 1.0000 $39,702
Benjamin
Kavanagh JMS-Teacher-Math 8/26/2013 Masters/3 1.0000 $46,217
Sarah Reisdorf BHS-Teacher-English 8/26/2013 Bachelors/2 1.0000 $38,271
Nolan Schlinsog CRHS-Teacher-English 8/26/2013 Bachelors/1 1.0000 $37,231
Matthew Severns CRHS-Teacher-English 8/26/2013 Bachelors/1 1.0000 $37,231
Special Education
Greg Manthey CRHS-Teacher-SLD 8/26/2013 Bachelors+45/1 1.0000 $39,702
Jennifer Meinert Sorteberg ECC-Tcher-ECSE 7/15/2013 Masters/14 1.0000 $66,033
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 Q-Comp & Staff Development Data Management Systems.
4. Approval of the lease renewal for portable classroom space with Kinetic Leasing, Inc. for classrooms at OVMS, CPHS and AHS.
5. Approval of the lease renewal for the music portable classroom space with Kinetic Leasing, Inc. at AHS.
6. Approval of lease renewal for portable classroom space with Modular Space Corp. for 12 portable classrooms at BHS.
7. Approval of lease renewal for space at the Lutheran Church of the Master.
8. Approval of the lease for space at the Lord of Life Lutheran Church.
9. Spelling/Phonics materials and implementation approval for Journeys by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, for kindergarten through grade 2, and Guided Spelling by Developmental Studies for grades three through five.
Motion passed.
COMMUNICATIONS DELEGATIONS OR PETITIONS
Staff member Laurie Thompson addressed the board regarding concerns about the recommendations of the Anti-Bullying/Anti-Harassment Task Force, which were slated to be presented during the meeting. She questioned whether the training regarding anti-bullying would relate to all students or specifically to gay-lesbian-bisexual-transgender (GLBT) students.
Community member and parent Melissa Thompson followed up on concerns she expressed at a previous meeting regarding the district surveys of parents and community members. A letter she received in response to her previous comments indicated that the parent survey was developed 12 years ago. She suggested that with changing demographics in the district, the board should update its parent survey to address additional issues such as bullying and homelessness.
Community member Beth Hentges, a member of the Anti-Bullying/Anti-Harassment Task Force, stated that all students means all students.
Superintendent Carlson gave a report to the board and reviewed the board calendar. There is only one School Board meeting in July, the regular schedule will be resumed in August with a Work Session on the 12th and a Regular Board Meeting on the 26th. There are responses to open forum, a Special Education update and a brief community and school events update in the report.
Associate Superintendent Dr. Jinger Gustafson, Title IX/Equity Coordinator Jennifer Cherry and parent Judi Orland presented the report of the 25-member Anti-Bullying/Anti-Harassment Task Force, which includes a broad representation of parents and other community members, students and staff. In introducing the work of the committee, Dr. Gustafson pointed out that the Building Futures framework for Anoka-Hennepin, created two years ago through the leadership of the superintendent, guides all work in the district through a lens of inclusiveness for the entire organization together with families and community. “It takes us all to educate our students to become the world’s best workforce,” she said. She also noted that a warm, welcoming and safe environment was created within the task force. The charge to the task force is to bring forth concerns of students and parents related to harassment and the district’s overall climate; recommend strategies to prevent harassment and improve the educational climate in Anoka-Hennepin schools; and to develop outreach strategies to build awareness, address concerns and gather feedback regarding the district’s anti-harassment efforts. The task force, which met seven times throughout the school year, was led by two professional facilitators from outside the district in a variety of small and large group conversations. It learned about the district’s anti-bullying strategies, reviewed a variety of documents such as the Governor’s Task Force on the Prevention of Bullying, and heard from a panel of community experts before developing nine recommendations.
Recommendations address student education, professional development of staff, creating a clearinghouse for anti-bullying/anti-harassment resources, ensuring a consistently safe and welcoming environment in all district schools, improving support regarding student mental wellness and increasing education about mental health issues. In addition the task force recommends that it work with the district to continue to explore specific programs and strategies to promote a positive culture and that the district partner with families to achieve safe and welcoming schools and communities. It also recommends the district develop a comprehensive communication plan to gather input and provide consistent information about safety and inclusiveness for all people. The task force will continue to meet for the next four years though membership will change somewhat throughout that period. Regarding continuation, the group recommended currently appointed members be invited to continue, that the number of high school members be increased from two to five, that there be greater diversity among members, that activities include student and parent panels, and other details related to its meetings. Orland told the board she had applied to be on the task force because of her own experience with bullying. “It has been a privilege to be on the task force and I hope the board will seriously consider our recommendations,” she said. She emphasized that when the task force talked about all children, it meant all children. Cherry said the recommendations are intended to meet the district’s commitment to create a school climate where all students feel safe, welcome and ready to learn. “The recommendations are broad-based and will serve as a framework for continued work of the task force in the coming years,” she said. Board members thanked task force members for their efforts and echoed earlier statements that the work applies to all students. Board member Scott Wenzel stressed that the many ideas included in Appendix B of the task force report frame up some of the ideas behind the general recommendations presented, but being included in the appendix does not mean that all those ideas will be implemented. The full task force report includes an appendix with additional items related to the recommendations. The task force will consider these further next year. A link to the full report is available in the July 8 School Board agenda as Appendix L.
Chuck Holden, chief operations officer, Steve Anderson, director of buildings and grounds, and Eric Anderson of ATS&R, a local architectural firm, presented tentative plans to expand six elementary schools in Anoka-Hennepin, including Adams, Eisenhower, Franklin, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Sand Creek schools. The additions are needed for various reasons including space for all-day-every-day kindergarten, music, art, computer labs and special education program needs. Plans for each site can be found in the Elementary Additions PowerPoint on the July 8 School Board agenda.
Holden shared a little history on the district’s space. In 2008, eight elementary schools were closed due to declining enrollment. The Discovery Team and Facility Use Task Force gave this recommendation after thoroughly researching building usage and population trends within the district. Since then, a stable to almost growing population has been found at some elementary sites. The state has also chosen to fully fund all-day every-day kindergarten beginning in 2014. “This was just a dream, one we never thought would be fulfilled,” said Holden. Extra funding will not be needed for the projects. Several portable classrooms have been closed across the district, freeing up $1 million in lease levy dollars. The savings will be reallocated to the site additions. State law allows school districts to increase the size of existing school buildings by up to 20 percent using lease levy dollars. The board will vote on this proposal in August. If it’s approved, the proposal will be sent to the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) for a 60-day review. Holden and Anderson predict construction will start early spring and conclude just before the 2014-15 school year. “This is a good problem that I think we have some good solutions for,” said Holden.
Chuck Holden, chief operations officer, gave an update on the Coon Rapids Middle School (CRMS) swimming pool. The pool has been closed since 2002 because of budget cuts the School Board made following a failed referendum levy in 2001. Swimming was also eliminated from the physical education curriculum at that time. Since then, there has been some community interest in reopening the pool, but it would take quite a bit of funds to do so including approximately $2 million in repairs. “It’s just not viable,” said Holden. “It’s not something that can stand on its own without having the support of a phy ed curriculum.” Holden and his team proposed demolishing the pool this summer and replacing it with a cafeteria-auditorium combination in time for the 2014-15 school year (currently, CRMS students eat lunch in the lower level of the school). The district is hoping the space will also be able to hold school assemblies, physical education instruction and community events. Similar to the elementary additions, extra funding will not be needed for this project. Several portable classrooms have been closed across the district, freeing up $1 million lease levy dollars. Some of the savings will be reallocated to the CRMS demolition and cafeteria addition. “We may also gain some further efficiencies just by the way the construction is done,” said Superintendent Carlson.
Chief Financial Officer Michelle Vargas presented key dates in the Truth in Taxation calendar that ultimately leads to board approval of the tax levy December 9 for taxes payable in 2014. The calendar includes two new dates this year as a result of recent legislation. By August 31, the School Board must decide if it wants to participate in a new form of revenue called location equity revenue; if not, it must pass a levy opting out of the revenue. Vargas recommended the board not opt out of this revenue because doing so would reduce revenue to the district and tax savings for property owners. “Not opting out will be in the best interests of our taxpayers,” said Vargas. By September 30, the board must decide if it wants to convert up to $300 per pupil unit of the district’s current voter-approved levy to a board-approved levy. She recommends no action on this item at this time. In fiscal year 2018 one of the district’s two voter-approved levies will expire. At that time the board would likely take action on this. Doing so would roll the amount of that levy into the general tax levy and voter approval would not be needed. The Board will review the proposed tax levy Sept. 23 and certify it to the county auditor, who will then prepare estimated tax statements for property owners. These will be mailed between Nov. 11 and 14. The board will hold its annual Truth in Taxation hearing Dec. 9 at 6 p.m. and adopt the levy, which will be certified to the county auditor by Dec. 26.
Superintendent Dennis Carlson asked Vargas to comment on new information from the Minnesota Department of Education regarding the legislative session. She said she learned the district has the potential for up to $8.9 million in tax relief based on higher equalization rates. Equalization provides districts with additional state money to compensate property-poor districts for the inequities in the ability to generate tax revenue between the tax bases of high property wealth districts and low property wealth districts.
Chair Anderson recessed the meeting at 7:45 p.m. The Board reconvened in closed Executive Session to discuss negotiations at 7:55 p.m. The meeting reconvened in open session at 8:35 p.m.
Jeff Simon moved and Bill Harvey seconded the motion to adjourn the meeting. Motion passed.
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