Public Notices December 17, 2017 South-West Review

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NOTICE OF CONDOMINIUM

ASSOCIATION LIEN

FORECLOSURE SALE

WHEREAS, default has been made

in the terms and conditions of the

Declaration for Kensington Carriage

Homes Condominium (henceforth

the Declaration) dated February 28,

1992 and recorded in the office of the

County Recorder in and for Dakota

County, Minnesota on March 23,

1992 as Document No. 1034186,

which said Declaration covers the

following described property situated

in the County of Dakota and State of

Minnesota, to-wit:

Unit No. 111, Condominium No.

109, Kensington Carriage Homes

Condominium, a condominium

located in Dakota County, Minnesota.

Street address: 2561 Concord Way,

Mendota Heights, MN

PID #27-41601-04-111

WHEREAS, pursuant to said

Declaration, there is claimed to be

due and owing as of the date of

this Notice by Chung Kuo and Bo

Kuo as unit owners to Kensington

Carriage Homes Condominium

Association, the principal amount of

Two Thousand Six Hundred Twentyone

Dollars and 75/100 ($2,621.75)

for condominium assessments;

through November, 2017; and no

action being now pending at law or

otherwise to recover said debt or any

part thereof, and;

WHEREAS, pursuant to said

Declaration, and the statute in such

case made and provided, said debt

creates a lien upon said premises in

favor of Kensington Carriage Homes

Condominium Association.

NOW, THEREFORE, notice is

hereby given that by virtue of the

power of sale created by statute, said

lien will be foreclosed by the sale of

said premises with the hereditaments

and appurtenances, which said

sale will be made by the Sheriff of

Dakota County, Minnesota at the

Sheriffs main office in the Dakota

County Courthouse Civil Division,

1580 Highway 55 - lobby S-100, in

the City of Hastings in said County

on March 1, 2018 at 10:00 a.m., at

public auction to the highest bidder,

for cash, to pay the amount then due

for said condominium assessments,

together with the costs of foreclosure,

including attorneys fees as allowed

by law. The time allowed by law for

redemption by the unit owner, their

personal representatives or assigns,

is six (6) months from the date of said

sale.

TIME AND DATE TO VACATE

PROPERTY: If the real estate is

an owner-occupied single family

dwelling, unless otherwise provided

by law, the date on or before which

the unit owners must vacate the

property if the lien is not reinstated

under section 580.30 or the property

is not redeemed under section

580.23 is 11:59 p.m. on September

1, 2018. If the foregoing date is a

Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday,

then the date to vacate the property

is the next business day at 11:59

p.m.

Dated: November 27, 2017

KENSINGTON CARRIAGE HOMES

CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION

FULLER, SEAVER, SWANSON &

KELSCH, P.A.

By: Timothy D. Fuller 32694

12400 Portland Avenue South,

Suite 132

Burnsville, MN 55337

(952) 890-0888

Attorneys for Kensington Carriage

Homes Condominium Association

(South-West Review: Dec. 3, 10, 17,

24, 31, 2017, Jan. 7, 2018)

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NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT

LIEN FORECLOSURE SALE

WHEREAS, default has been

made in the terms and conditions

of the Declaration of Common

Interest Community No. 358, Cedar

Bluff Townhome Condominium,

a Condominium of Cedar Bluff

Townhome Condominium

Association, Inc. (henceforth the

“Declaration”) dated May 3, 2002

and recorded in the office of the

County Recorder in and for Dakota

County, Minnesota on June 20,

2002, as Document No. 1907615,

which said Declaration covers the

following described property situated

in the County of Dakota, State of

Minnesota, to-wit:

Legal Description: Unit 109,

Common Interest Community

Number 358, Cedar Bluff Townhome

Condominium, Dakota County,

Minnesota

Street Address: 1650 River Bluff

Court, Eagan, MN 55121

PID #: 10-41300-05-109

WHEREAS, pursuant to said

Declaration, there is claimed to be

due and owing as of the date of

this Notice by Chad Pederson and

Charity Pederson, as unit owners, to

Cedar Bluff Townhome Condominium

Association, Inc., a Minnesota nonprofit

corporation, the principal

amount of Five Thousand Eighty-

Two and 62/100 Dollars ($5,082.62)

for assessments, interest and past

due attorney fees through November

22, 2017; and no other action being

now pending at law or otherwise to

recover said debt or any part thereof;

and

WHEREAS, pursuant to the

Declaration and Minn. Stat. §515B

3-116(h), said debt created a lien

upon said premises in favor of Cedar

Bluff Townhome Condominium

Association, Inc. as evidenced by

the lien statement dated September

18, 2017 and filed in the office of the

County Recorder in and for Dakota

County, Minnesota on September 20,

2017, as Document No. 3213599;

NOW, THEREFORE, notice is

hereby given that by virtue of the

power of sale created by statute, said

lien will be foreclosed by the sale of

said premises with the hereditaments

and appurtenances, which said shall

will be made by the Sheriff of Dakota

County, Minnesota at the Dakota

County Sheriff’s Department, 1580

Highway 55, Hastings, MN 55033,

on January 17, 2018 at 10:00 o’clock

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 attorneys’ 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.

TIME AND DATE TO VACATE

PROPERTY: If the real estate is

an owner-occupied single family

dwelling unless otherwise provided

by law, the date on or before which

the unit owners must vacate the

property if the lien is not reinstated

under Minn. Stat. § 580.30 or the

property is not redeemed under

Minn. Stat. § 580.23 is 11:59 p.m. on

July 17, 2018. If the foregoing date is

a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday,

then the date to vacate the property

is the next business day at 11:59

p.m.

Dated: November 22, 2017

Cedar Bluff Townhome

Condominium Association, Inc.

By: /s/ Anthony T. Smith

Roeder Smith Jadin, PLLC

Anthony T. Smith (#313646)

7900 Xerxes Avenue South, Suite

2020

Bloomington, MN 55437

Ph: (952) 388-0289

Fax: (612) 235-7927

(South-West Review: Dec. 3, 10, 17,

24, 31, 2017, Jan. 7, 2018)

____

NOTICE OF CONDOMINIUM

ASSOCIATION LIEN

FORECLOSURE SALE

WHEREAS, default has been made

in the terms and conditions of the

Declaration for Kensington Carriage

Homes Condominium (henceforth

the Declaration) dated February 28,

1992 and recorded in the office of the

County Recorder in and for Dakota

County, Minnesota on March 23,

1992 as Document No. 1034186,

which said Declaration covers the

following described property situated

in the County of Dakota and State of

Minnesota, to-wit:

Unit No. 24, Condominium No.

109, Kensington Carriage Homes

Condominium, a condominium

located in Dakota County, Minnesota.

Street address: 2603 Bedford Court,

Mendota Heights, MN

PID #27-41601-04-024

WHEREAS, pursuant to said

Declaration, there is claimed to be

due and owing as of the date of

this Notice by Emily Wilhelmy as

unit owner to Kensington Carriage

Homes Condominium Association,

the principal amount of Two

Thousand Five Hundred Seventyfour

Dollars and 25/100 ($2,574.25)

for condominium assessments;

through November, 2017; and no

action being now pending at law or

otherwise to recover said debt or any

part thereof, and;

WHEREAS, pursuant to said

Declaration, and the statute in such

case made and provided, said debt

creates a lien upon said premises in

favor of Kensington Carriage Homes

Condominium Association.

NOW, THEREFORE, notice is

hereby given that by virtue of the

power of sale created by statute, said

lien will be foreclosed by the sale of

said premises with the hereditaments

and appurtenances, which said

sale will be made by the Sheriff of

Dakota County, Minnesota at the

Sheriffs main office in the Dakota

County Courthouse Civil Division,

1580 Highway 55 - lobby S-100, in

the City of Hastings in said County

on March 1, 2018 at 10:00 a.m., at

public auction to the highest bidder,

for cash, to pay the amount then due

for said condominium assessments,

together with the costs of foreclosure,

including attorneys fees as allowed

by law. The time allowed by law for

redemption by the unit owner, her

personal representatives or assigns,

is six (6) months from the date of said

sale.

TIME AND DATE TO VACATE

PROPERTY: If the real estate is

an owner-occupied single family

dwelling, unless otherwise provided

by law, the date on or before which

the unit owners must vacate the

property if the lien is not reinstated

under section 580.30 or the property

is not redeemed under section

580.23 is 11:59 p.m. on September

1, 2018. If the foregoing date is a

Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday,

then the date to vacate the property

is the next business day at 11:59

p.m.

Dated: November 27, 2017

KENSINGTON CARRIAGE HOMES

CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION

FULLER, SEAVER, SWANSON &

KELSCH, P.A.

By: Timothy D. Fuller 32694

12400 Portland Avenue South,

Suite 132

Burnsville, MN 55337

(952) 890-0888

Attorneys for Kensington Carriage

Homes Condominium Association

(South-West Review: Dec. 3, 10, 17,

24, 31, 2017, Jan. 7, 2018)

____

SECTION 00 11 13

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

CENTRAL SQUARE POOL

IMPROVEMENTS

100 Seventh Avenue North

South St. Paul, Minnesota

Special School District #6 will

receive single prime sealed bids for

Central Square Pool Improvements

until 2:00 p.m. local time on January

11, 2018 at the District Office, 104

Fifth Avenue South, South St. Paul,

Minnesota, 55075, at which time and

place all bids will be publicly opened

and read aloud.

Bidding documents, including

the Proposal Form, Drawings and

Specifications, will be on file at

the Minnesota Builders Exchange;

McGraw Hill Construction/Dodge

Plan Center; Reed Construction;

iSqFt Plan Room (St. Paul, MN);

and from PlanWell at https://order.earc.

com/arcEOC/Secures/PWELL_

PrivateList.aspx?PrjType=pub A

pre bid walk through will be held

on January 3, 2018 at 3:30 p.m.

Attendance is highly encouraged but

not required.

This project includes: Improvements

to the existing swimming pool and

equipment.

American Reprographics Company,

4730 Park Glen Road, St. Louis Park,

Minnesota 55416 (952) 697-8800,

facsimile (952) 697-8803 will provide

complete downloadable sets of the

Bidding Documents to prospective

bidders and subcontractors.

The downloads will be available

December 15, 2017. A deposit check

in the amount of $25 made out to

ARC for each set downloaded via

the internet at http://www.e-arc.com/

mn/saintlouispark and clicking on the

PlanWell icon, then the Public Plan

Room icon, select Central Square

Pool Improvements.

Make proposals on the bid forms

supplied in the Project Manual.

No oral, telegraphic or telephonic

proposals or modifications will be

considered. Submit with each bid,

a certified check or acceptable

bidder’s bond payable to Special

School District #6 in an amount

equal to five percent (5%) of the total

bid. The successful bidder will be

required to furnish satisfactory Labor

and Material Payment Bond, and

Performance Bond.

Bids may not be withdrawn within

thirty (30) days after the scheduled

time of opening bids, without the

consent of the Owner. The Owner

reserves the right to accept any bid

or to reject any or all bids, or parts of

such bids, and waive informalities or

irregularities in bidding.

The Owner requires Substantial

Completion of the project on or

before July 27, 2018.

Board of Education

Special School District #6

(South-West Review: Dec. 17, 24,

2017)

____

CITY OF MENDOTA HEIGHTS

CITY SEEKS APPLICANTS

FOR THE PLANNING

COMMISSION

The City of Mendota Heights

is accepting applications to fill

one vacancy on the Planning

Commission. This is a three year

term starting in February 2018.

Applicants must be residents of

Mendota Heights.

The Planning Commission

reviews studies and applications

on matters of planning, including

zoning, transportation, and

platting. The planning commission

holds public hearings and makes

recommendations to the Mendota

Heights City Council for formal

action. They also play a key role

in comprehensive planning and

amendments to the zoning code.

The commission meets the fourth

Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m.

Interested persons should submit

a letter of interest and a current

resume to the Mendota Heights City

Administrator Mark McNeill, 1101

Victoria Curve, Mendota Heights, MN

55118, no later than Friday, January

5, 2018. Questions can be directed

to City Administrator Mark McNeill at

651-452-1850.

(South-West Review: Dec. 17, 2017)

____

CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

ASSUMED NAME: Hearth and

Home Stays

PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS:

5842 Blackshire Path, Inver Grove

Heights, MN 55076

NAMEHOLDERS: Abarim Realty,

Inc., 7 9th St. NE, Rochester MN

55906

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.

Date: 12/01/2017

/s/ Luke A. Ihde

(South-West Review: Dec. 10, 17,

2017)

____

CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

ASSUMED NAME: Silver Shield

Homebuyers

PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS:

5842 Blackshire Path, Inver Grove

Heights, MN 55076

NAMEHOLDERS: Abarim Realty

Estate Group, 40874 591st St,

Zumbro Falls MN 55991

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.

Date: 12/01/2017

/s/ Luke A. Ihde

(South-West Review: Dec. 10, 17,

2017)

____

CITY OF INVER GROVE

HEIGHTS

DAKOTA COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

ORDINANCE NO. 1344

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING

TITLE 3, CHAPTER 4, SECTION

3-4-2-2 AND SECTION 3-4-2-3 AND

SECTION 3-4-3 AND TITLE 10,

CHAPTER 3, SECTION 10-3-8 B OF

THE INVER GROVE HEIGHTS CITY

CODE RELATING TO FEES

The City Council of Inver Grove

Heights does hereby ordain as

follows:

Section 1. Amendment No. 1.

Inver Grove Heights City Code Title

3, Chapter 4, Section 3-4-2-2 is

hereby amended in its entirety to

read as follows:

3-4-2-2: WATER, SANITARY

SEWER AND STORM WATER

SYSTEMS CONNECTION FEES:

A. Purpose and Intent. Minn.

Stat. § 444.075, subd 3. and IGH

City Code Title 8 allows the City to

impose just and equitable charges

for connection to the City water utility

system to pay for the construction,

reconstruction, repair, enlargement,

improvement, or other obtainment,

the maintenance, operation and use

of the facilities, and of obtaining and

complying with permits required by

law.

Minn. Stat. § 444.075, subd. 3. and

IGH City Code Title 8 allows the City

to impose just and equitable charges

for connection to the City sanitary

sewer utility system to pay for the

construction, reconstruction, repair,

enlargement, improvement, or other

obtainment, the maintenance,

operation and use of the facilities,

and of obtaining and complying with

permits required by law.

Minn. Stat. § 444.075, subd. 3. and

IGH City Code Title 8 allows the

City to impose just and equitable

charges for connection to the City

storm sewer utility system to pay

for the construction, reconstruction,

repair, enlargement, improvement, or

other obtainment, the maintenance,

operation and use of the facilities,

and of obtaining and complying with

permits required by law.

The City has installed water, sewer,

and storm sewer improvements

in the Northwest Area without

assessing the costs against

benefitting properties. The City

intends to recover its costs through

the collection of utility system

connection fees.

The purpose and intent of this Title

3, Chapter 4, Section 3-4-2-2 is to

impose connection fees for the water

utility system and the sanitary sewer

utility system and the storm water

sewer utility system, also known as

the storm water system.

B. Definitions. For purposes of this

Title 3, Chapter 4, Section 3-4-2-2,

the following terms shall have the

following meanings:

Northwest Area means that

certain geographic area within

the City of Inver Grove Heights

defined, established and referred

to as the Northwest Area Overlay

District pursuant to the City’s zoning

regulations.

Net Developable Area means

the number of acres within a

property remaining after excluding

those portions that are either: a)

encumbered by right of way for

arterial roads as defined in the Inver

Grove Heights Comprehensive

Plan; or b) lying below the ordinary

high water level of public waters as

identified in the Shoreland Overlay

District; or c) lying within the

boundaries of wetlands delineated

according to the Minnesota Wetland

Conservation Act; or d) bluffs in

Shoreland Overlay Districts abutting

public waters; or e) land to be

dedicated to the City of Inver Grove

Heights for public park/recreation

area purposes. Net Developable

Area does not include outlots within a

plat that are intended to be replatted

at a later date into developable lots.

Gross Acres means the total acres

within a plat, subdivision or parcel.

Gross Acres do not include outlots

within a plat that are intended to

be replatted at a later date into

developable lots.

SAC Unit means a unit as

determined by the Metropolitan

Council Environmental Services

according to the Metropolitan Council

Service Availability Charge Manual.

C. Connection Fees For Water

Utility System For Land Outside

of Northwest Area. The following

connection fees for the water utility

system are hereby imposed and

required to be paid with respect to

land outside of the Northwest Area

that is within the Metropolitan Urban

Service Area (MUSA).

Fees Payable At Time of Plat

The following fee must be paid

when the property is subdivided

or the property is platted or a

building permit is obtained or when

connection is made to the municipal

water system, whichever occurs first.

The fee is not payable if the property

has been previously specially

assessed on an area basis for a

trunk water line.

Water Plat Connection Fee,

$12601,300 multiplied by a density

factor of 3.5 multiplied by Gross

Acres

Fees Payable At Time of Building

Permit

The following fees must be paid by

the landowner when a building permit

is obtained or when connection is

made to the municipal water system,

whichever occurs first.

Water Building Permit Connection

Unit Fee, $840870 per SAC Unit

Water Treatment Plant Fee,

$730760 per SAC Unit

Water Core Connection Fee (based

on water service size)

1 inch $1,7501,810

1 ½ inch $3,9204,060

2 inch $6,9607,200

3 inch $16,48017,060

4 inch $27,83028,800

6 inch (or larger) $65,23067,510

D. Connection Fees For Sanitary

Sewer Utility System For Land

Outside of Northwest Area. The

following connection fees for the

sanitary sewer utility system are

hereby imposed and required to be

paid with respect to land outside of

the Northwest Area that is within the

Metropolitan Urban Service Area

(MUSA).

Fees Payable At Time of Plat

The following fee must be paid

when the property is subdivided or

the property is platted or a building

permit is obtained or connection is

made to the municipal sanitary sewer

system, whichever occurs first. The

fee is not payable if the property has

been previously specially assessed

on an area basis for a trunk sanitary

sewer line.

Sanitary Sewer Plat Connection

Fee, $1,2601,300 multiplied by a

density factor of 3.5 multiplied by

Gross Acres

Fees Payable At Time of Building

Permit

The following fees must be paid by

the landowner when a building permit

is obtained or when connection is

made to the municipal sanitary sewer

system, whichever occurs first. The

B-Line special connection charge

only applies to that area of the

City served by the B-Line sanitary

system; for properties in the B-Line

area, the B-Line special connection

charge is payable in addition to the

other fees set forth below.

M.C.E.S. SAC Unit Fee, $2,485 per

SAC Unit

Sanitary Sewer Building Permit

Connection Unit Fee, $450470 per

SAC Unit

B-Line Special Connection

Charge, $1,1801,220 per SAC Unit

(applicable only to B-Line Area)

Sewer Core Connection Fee (based

on building sewer service size)

4 inch $560580

6 inch $950980

8 inch $1,6801,740

10 inch $2,6302,720

12 inch $3,7903,920

E. Connection Fees For Water

Utility System For Northwest Area.

The following connection fees for

the water utility system are hereby

imposed and required to be paid with

respect to land within the Northwest

Area.

Fees Payable At Time of Plat

(Northwest Area)

The following fees must be paid

when the property is subdivided

or the property is platted or a

building permit is obtained or when

connection is made to the municipal

water system, whichever occurs first.

The fee is not payable if the property

is being platted as an agricultural

planned unit development with no

connection to the municipal water

system.

Water Plat Connection Fee,

(Northwest Area)

In the R-1 and R-2 Zoning Districts,

$1,1701,210 multiplied by a density

factor of 2.0 multiplied by the Net

Developable Area

In the R-3A Zoning District,

$1,1701,210 multiplied by a density

factor of 4.0 multiplied by the Net

Developable Area

In the R-3B Zoning District,

$1,1701,210 multiplied by a density

factor of 6.5 multiplied by the Net

Developable Area

In the R-3C Zoning District,

$1,1701,210 multiplied by a density

factor of 12.0 multiplied by the Net

Developable Area

In the B-1 and Office Park Zoning

Districts, The fee shall be calculated

as follows. First, multiply the Net

Developable Area by 43,560 to

express in square feet. Then

multiply the square footage by 0.25

(the minimum Floor Area Ratio –

FAR required by the Northwest

Area Overlay District). The result is

the minimum building area required

by the Northwest Area Overlay

District. Divide the minimum building

area by the density factor of 2,400

square feet to arrive at density units.

Then multiply the density units by

$1,1701,210.

In the B-2, B-3 and B-4 Zoning

Districts, The fee shall be calculated

as follows. First, multiply the Net

Developable Area by 43,560 to

express in square feet. Then multiply

the square footage by 0.25 (the

minimum Floor Area Ratio – FAR

required by the Northwest Area

Overlay District). The result is the

minimum building area required

by the Northwest Area Overlay

District. Divide the minimum building

area by the density factor of 3,000

square feet to arrive at density units.

Then multiply the density units by

$1,1701,210.

In the I-1 and I-2 and Industrial –

Office Park Zoning Districts, The fee

shall be calculated as follows. First,

multiply the Net Developable Area

by 43,560 to express in square feet.

Then multiply the square footage by

0.25 (the minimum Floor Area Ratio

– FAR required by the Northwest

Area Overlay District). The result is

the minimum building area required

by the Northwest Area Overlay

District. Divide the minimum building

area by the density factor of 7,000

square feet to arrive at density units.

Then multiply the density units by

$1,1701,210.

In the P-Institutional Zoning

Districts, The fee shall be calculated

as follows. First, multiply the Net

Developable Area by 43,560 to

express in square feet. Then multiply

the square footage by 0.25 (the

minimum Floor Area Ratio – FAR

required by the Northwest Area

Overlay District). The result is the

minimum building area required

by the Northwest Area Overlay

District. Divide the minimum building

area by the density factor of 2,400

square feet to arrive at density units.

Then multiply the density units by

$1,1701,210.

In the Mixed Use – Residential

and in the Mixed Use - Commercial

Zoning Districts, The fee shall be

calculated with respect to each

pro-ratable area component of the

mixed use development using the

appropriate fee calculations set forth

above in relation to the respective

land use of the component. The

respective fees for each component

shall then be added to compute the

total fee.

Fees Payable At Time of Building

Permit

(Northwest Area)

The following fees must be paid by

the landowner when a building permit

is obtained or when connection is

made to the municipal water system,

whichever occurs first.

Water Building Permit Connection

Unit Fee (Northwest Area),

$3,2203,330 per SAC Unit

Water Treatment Plant Fee

(Northwest Area), $690710 per SAC

Unit

Water Core Connection Fee (based

on water service size) (Northwest

Area)

1 inch $1,7001,760

1 ½ inch $3,8203,950

2 inch $6,7807,020

3 inch $15,25015,780

4 inch $27,13028,080

6 inch (or larger) $63,59065,820

F. Connection Fees For Sanitary

Sewer Utility System For

Northwest Area. The following

connection fees for the sanitary

sewer utility system are hereby

imposed and required to be paid with

respect to land within the Northwest

Area:

Fees Payable At Time of Plat

(Northwest Area)

The following fee must be paid

when the property is subdivided

or the property is platted or a

building permit is obtained or when

connection is made to the municipal

sanitary sewer system, whichever

occurs first. The fee is not payable

if the property is being platted

as an agricultural planned unit

development with no connection to

the municipal water system.

Sanitary Sewer Plat Connection

Fee (Northwest Area)

In the R-1 and R-2 Zoning Districts

, $1,9202,020 multiplied by a density

factor of 2.0 multiplied by the Net

Developable Area

In the R-3A Zoning District ,

$1,9202,020 multiplied by a density

factor of 4.0 multiplied by the Net

Developable Area

In the R-3B Zoning District ,

$1,9202,020 multiplied by a density

factor of 6.5 multiplied by the Net

Developable Area

In the R-3C Zoning District ,

$1,9202,020 multiplied by a density

factor of 12.0 multiplied by the Net

Developable Area

In the B-1 and Office Park Zoning

Districts, The fee shall be calculated

as follows. First, multiply the Net

Developable Area by 43,560 to

express in square feet. Then multiply

the square footage by 0.25 (the

minimum Floor Area Ratio – FAR

required by the Northwest Area

Overlay District). The result is the

minimum building area required

by the Northwest Area Overlay

District. Divide the minimum building

area by the density factor of 2,400

square feet to arrive at density units.

Then multiply the density units by

$1,9202,020.

In the B-2, B-3 and B-4 Zoning

Districts, The fee shall be calculated

as follows. First, multiply the Net

Developable Area by 43,560 to

express in square feet. Then multiply

the square footage by 0.25 (the

minimum Floor Area Ratio – FAR

required by the Northwest Area

Overlay District). The result is the

minimum building area required

by the Northwest Area Overlay

District. Divide the minimum building

area by the density factor of 3,000

square feet to arrive at density units.

Then multiply the density units by

$1,9202,020.

In the I-1 and I-2 and Industrial –

Office Park Zoning Districts, The fee

shall be calculated as follows. First,

multiply the Net Developable Area

by 43,560 to express in square feet.

Then multiply the square footage by

0.25 (the minimum Floor Area Ratio

– FAR required by the Northwest

Area Overlay District). The result is

the minimum building area required

by the Northwest Area Overlay

District. Divide the minimum building

area by the density factor of 7,000

square feet to arrive at density units.

Then multiply the density units by

$1,9202,020.

In the P-Institutional Zoning

Districts, The fee shall be calculated

as follows. First, multiply the Net

Developable Area by 43,560 to

express in square feet. Then multiply

the square footage by 0.25 (the

minimum Floor Area Ratio – FAR

required by the Northwest Area

Overlay District). The result is the

minimum building area required

by the Northwest Area Overlay

District. Divide the minimum building

area by the density factor of 2,400

square feet to arrive at density units.

Then multiply the density units by

$1,9202,020.

In the Mixed Use – Residential

and in the Mixed Use - Commercial

Zoning Districts, The fee shall be

calculated with respect to each

pro-ratable area component of the

mixed use development using the

appropriate fee calculations set forth

above in relation to the respective

land use of the component. The

respective fees for each component

shall then be added to compute the

total fee.

Fees Paid At Time of Building

Permit

(Northwest Area)

The following fees must be paid by

the landowner when a building permit

is obtained or when connection is

made to the municipal sanitary sewer

system, whichever occurs first.

M.C.E.S. SAC Unit Fee (Northwest

Area) $2,485 per SAC Unit

Sanitary Sewer Building Permit

Connection Unit Fee (Northwest

Area) $5,2905,550 per SAC Unit

Sewer Core Connection Fee (based

on building sewer service size)

4 inch $550570

6 inch $930960

8 inch $1,6501,710

10 inch $2,5902,680

12 inch $3,7103,840

G. Connection Fees For Storm

Water Sewer Utility System For

Northwest Area. The following

connection fees for the storm water

sewer utility system also known as

the storm water system are hereby

imposed and required to be paid with

respect to land within the Northwest

Area:

Fees Payable At Time of Plat

(Northwest Area)

The following fees must be paid by

the landowner when the property is

subdivided or the property is platted

or a building permit is obtained,

whichever occurs first.

The fees are not payable for outlots

if the property is being platted

as an agricultural planned unit

development.

Storm Water Plat Connection Fee

(Northwest Area)

In the R-1 and R-2 and R-3A Zoning

Districts, $12,58013,210 per acre

multiplied by the Net Developable

Area

In the R-3B and R-3C Zoning

Districts, $12,88013,520 per acre

multiplied by the Net Developable

Area

In the B-1 and Office Park Zoning

Districts, $14,45015,170 per acre

multiplied by the Net Developable

Area

In the B-2, B-3 and B-4 Zoning

Districts, $14,06014,760 per acre

multiplied by the Net Developable

Area

In the I-1, I-2 and I-Office Park

Zoning Districts, $13,67014,350

per acre multiplied by the Net

Developable Area

In the P-Institutional Zoning District,

$12,88013,520 per acre multiplied by

the Net Developable Area

In the Mixed Use - Residential

Zoning District, $12,88013,520

per acre multiplied by the Net

Developable Area

In the Mixed Use - Commercial

Zoning District, $13,67014,350

per acre multiplied by the Net

Developable Area

H. Outlots. With respect to

calculating the fees payable at the

time of platting, the acreage within

the outlots that are intended to be

replatted into buildable lots at a later

date shall not be included within

the calculations. When the acreage

within the outlots are subsequently

replatted into buildable lots, the fees

for such acreage shall then be paid

at the time of the replat.

Section 2. Amendment No. 2.

Inver Grove Heights City Code Title

3, Chapter 4, Section 3-4-2-3 is

hereby amended in its entirety to

read as follows:

3-4-2-3: SANITARY SEWER

AND WATER TRUNK AREA

ASSESSMENTS: With respect to

special assessments under Chapter

429 of the Minnesota Statutes, the

assessments rolls for sanitary sewer

and water trunk lines shall initially be

calculated using the following per

acre assessment amounts for trunk

line area benefit.

$4,3904,540 per acre for water

trunk line area benefit

$4,3904,540 per acre for sanitary

sewer trunk line area benefit

The Council may adjust the

assessment roll and special

assessments after public hearing

pursuant to Minn. Stat. § 429.061

and the Council shall determine the

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final assessment roll and special

assessments by resolution.

Section 3. Amendment No. 4.

Inver Grove Heights City Code

Title 3, Chapter 4, Section 10-3-8 is

hereby amended to read as follows:

B.Fee Amounts and Escrow

Deposit: The city may require that

applicants deposit in escrow with

the city, together with the application

filing fees, the sums required by

the city toward prepayment of the

attorney, planning and engineering

costs. The prepayment amounts

shall be a credit toward the fees

for the attorney, planning and

engineering and other professional

consultant fees to be reimbursed by

the applicant. All such fees, if not

paid by the escrow, shall be paid by

the applicant within sixty (60) days of

final action on the matter by the city

council. If such fees are less than the

escrowed amount, such escrow will

be returned to the applicant within

sixty (60) days of the final action on

the matter by the city council. The

following escrow amounts shall be

deposited, together with land use

approval applications: (Ord. 1098,

11-8-2004)

TYPE OF LAND USE APPROVAL

BASE FEE GIS FEE ESCROW

Conditional Use Permit, single

family residential

$250 $0

Conditional Use Permit, Impervious

surface single family residential

$250 $1,500

Conditional Use Permit, other

$500 $3,000

Conditional Use Permit, other –

amendment

$150 $1,000

Comprehensive Plan Amendment

$500 $50 $2,500

Comprehensive Plan Amendment -

minor

$200 $250

Zoning Code Amendment

$500 $500

Zoning Code Amendment – minor

$100 $250

Rezoning

$500 $50 $500

Variance - Residential

$200 $0

Variance - Commercial

$200

Planned Unit Development

Preliminary

$1,000 + plat fees $5,000

Final

$500 $3,000

Planned Unit Development

Amendment

$250 $1,000

Determination of Substantially

Similar Use

$200 $200

Major Site Plan Review

$500 $3,000

Preliminary Plat

$250/+ $5 per lot $3,000

Final Plat – single family

$350 $25/lot $3,000

Final Plat - other

$200 $100/acre $3,000

Waiver of Plat

$300 $25

Administrative Subdivision

$100 $25/lot

Street Easement Vacation

$150 $50 $500

Street Dedication

$150 $50

Wetland Conservation Act

Certification

$75

Wetland Replacement Plan

$200 $100/acre $2,500

Northwest Area Sketch Plan Review

$1,000

Northwest Area Environmental

Studies Fee

$80/gross acre

Abstract Fee

$46

Interim Use Permit

$500 $1,250

Non Conforming Use Certificate

$500 $1,250

(Ord. 1180, 12-10-2007)

Section 4. Effective Date. This

Ordinance shall be in full force and

effect on January 1, 20172018 and

after its passage and publication

according to law.

Passed this 112th day of December,

20167.

George Tourville, Mayor

ATTEST:

Michelle Tesser, City Clerk

(South-West Review: Dec. 17, 2017)

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CITY OF INVER GROVE

HEIGHTS

DAKOTA COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

ORDINANCE NO. 1345

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING

TITLE 10, CHAPTER 4

(ZONING MAP) OF THE INVER

GROVE HEIGHTS CITY CODE

CASE NO. 17-42PUD

(Hampton Companies)

The City Council of Inver Grove

Heights ordains as follows:

SECTION I. Ordinance No. 1190

adopted July 27, 2009, entitled,

“AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE

RECODIFICATION OF THE INVER

GROVE HEIGHTS CITY CODE

INCLUDING THE CITY ZONING

ORDINANCE, is hereby amended

to rezone the following described

property located within the City of

Inver Grove Heights from R-1C/

Planned Unit Development to R-3C/

Planned Unit Development, to wit:

Lot 1, Block 1, Scenic Hills,

Dakota County, Minnesota

SECTION II. The Zoning Map of the

City of Inver Grove Heights referred

to and described in said Ordinance

No. 1190 as that certain map entitled

“Inver Grove Heights Zoning Map,

June 24, 2002”, together with all

amendments thereto, hereinafter

referred to as the “zoning map”,

shall not be republished to show the

aforesaid rezoning, but the Clerk

shall appropriately mark the said

zoning map on file in the Clerk’s

Office for the purpose of indicating

the rezoning hereinabove provided

for in this ordinance and all of the

notations, references and other

information shown thereon are

hereby incorporated by reference

and made a part of this ordinance.

SECTION III. This Ordinance shall

be in full force and effect from and

after its publication according to law.

Enacted and ordained into an

Ordinance this 11th day of December,

2017.

Ayes:

Nays:

George Tourville, Mayor

ATTEST:

Michelle Tesser, City Clerk

(South-West Review: Dec. 17, 2017)

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Minutes

INVER GROVE HEIGHTS

COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 199

2990 - 80TH STREET EAST

INVER GROVE HEIGHTS,

MINNESOTA 55076

http://www.isd199.org

Regular Meeting of the School Board

November 27, 2017

5:30 P.M.

Inver Grove Heights Middle School

8167 Cahill Avet

Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076

Minutes

District Mission:

Inspire. Innovate. Excel.

A Community Commitment

1. Call to Order

Board Chair, Matt Schaefer, called

the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m.

2. Roll Call –Board Clerk, Sherry

Warrick, took roll call.

Members Present: Cindy

Nordstrom, Paul Mandell, Lynette

Stensgard, Sherry Warrick, Sue

Gliva, Matt Schaefer

Members Absent: Rachel Hanson

3. Pledge of Allegiance—Board

Chair, Matt Schaefer, led the Pledge

of Allegiance.

4. Approval of Agenda Items

Motion by Member Stensgard and

a Second by Member Nordstrom to

approve the Agenda items.

Motion carried 6-0.

5. District Highlights

Simley High School and Inver

Grove Heights Middle School

Activities Director, Will Short,

presented fall athletes, who talked

about their seasons and the benefits

of being on extracurricular teams.

ISD 199 Director of Community

Education, Barb Pierce, and

Spartan Kids’ Care Coordinator,

Erica Tollefson, presented a video

featuring students in Spartan Kids’

Care who talked about their favorite

parts of the before- and after-school

care program. They also introduced

Simley Theatre students to talk

about the theatre season so far and

how the activity has advanced their

learning.

6. Non-Agenda Item—There were

no non-agenda items presented.

7. Consent Agenda

Motion by Member Gliva and a

Second by Member Nordstrom to

approve the Consent Agenda items

as presented.

Motion carried 6-0.

Thank you to those who have

donated to the school district this past

month. Your generosity in support of

our schools in the community are

much appreciated as they make a

difference for our students.

8. Information Items

A. Inver Grove Heights Middle

School Principal, Jodi Wendel,

provided the board with an update

on the school’s activities and

goals. Her presentation featured

a Project Lead The Way (PLTW)

student, Advancement Via Individual

Determination (AVID) students, and

Where Everybody Belongs (WEB)

leaders to highlight how the district

is moving toward whole-student

development while personalizing

learning.

B. Director of Learning, Teajai

Anderson-Schmidt, presented

information on the 2018-2019

Intra-District Transfers and Open

Enrollment Parameters.

C. The Policy Committee presented

the First Reading For Review of

Policies 701, 701.1, 701.2, 702, 703,

704, 705 & 620.

D. Committee Reports

I. Facilities Committee - Member

Mandell stated the Facility

Committee will meet December 4 at

4:30 pm.

II.Finance Committee - Member

Nordstrom shared the Finance

Committee met after the Monday,

November 13 Work Session. The

committee reviewed the monthly

check register and was updated

on OPEB (Other Post Employment

Benefits). They also discussed the

Substitute Teacher proposal and

negotiations.

III.Personnel Committee - Member

Warrick said the Personnel

Committee met prior to the Monday,

November 13 Special Meeting.

The committee was updated and

discussed the Substitute Teacher

proposal and on employee

negotiations.

IV.Policy - Member Gliva shared

the Policy Committee did not meet in

November.

E. Membership Reports

I. Equity Alliance MN –The Equity

Alliance MN meeting took place

on November 15. Returns on

investments were discussed. Also,

Equity Alliance is looking at setting

up a 501(c)(3) for a foundation.

The foundation would need a board

which would meet quarterly. It would

include board members from other

entities, not just education. The

budget was also discussed and

revised.

II. Association of Metropolitan

School Districts (AMSD) and

Minnesota School Board Association

(MSBA) –Both are forming their

legislative agendas. The MSBA

Delegate Assembly will take

place at the end of this week. The

Superintendent along with two

board members and a student will

be attending the AMSD Annual

Conference on December 8 that will

focus on Reimagine MN.

9. Action Items

A. Approval the Resolution

Authorizing Issuance of Certificates

of Election and Directing the School

District Election Clerk to Perform

Other Election Related Duties.

Motion by Member Gliva and a

Second by Member Mandell to

approve the Resolution Authorizing

Issuance of Certificates of Election

and Directing the School District

Election Clerk to Perform Other

Election Related Duties.

Motion Carried 6-0.

B. Approval of the Substitute

Teacher’s Rates.

Motion by Member Stensgard and

a Second by Member Warrick to

approve the Substitute Teacher’s

Rates.

Motion Carried 6-0.

C. Approval of the Substitute

Teacher’s Vendor.

Motion by Member Nordstrom and

a Second by Member Stensgard to

approve the Substitute Teacher’s

Vendor.

Motion Carried 6-0.

D. Approval of the 2017-2018

Revised Budget.

Motion by Member Gliva and a

Second by Member Warrick to

approve the 2017-2018 Revised

Budget.

Motion Carried 6-0.

E. Approval of the 2017-2018

Superintendent Goals.

Motion by Member Nordstrom

and a Second by Member Warrick

to approve the 2017-2018

Superintendent Goals.

Motion Carried 6-0.

10. Superintendent and School

Board Comments

A. Superintendent’s Comments

Thanks you to the students and staff

sharing fall activities this evening. It

is evident our students gain skills that

will provide future benefits by their

involvement in activities outside the

regular school day.

Congratulations to Will Short,

Activities Director, for being

recognized as the Section 3AA

Activities Director of the Year.

This is the last week of trimester 1.

Congratulations to our students and

staff for a great trimester.

Our 199 Advisory Council met the

end of February. The committee

was updated on the World’s Best

Workforce.

Congratulations to Cindy Nordstrom

and Lynette Stensgard for their reelection

to the school board and to

newcomer Carrie Lounsberry. Thank

you to all the candidates for their

interest in serving public education.

We are excited that the Inver Grove

Heights community voted in favor

of our operating levy increase and

capital projects levy. Thank you

for supporting public education,

our students, and the future of our

community. We are humbled by

your support, and we thank you for

your trust. We promise to honor

that trust by continuing to be good

stewards of your tax dollars, making

sound financial decisions focused on

providing quality education that is

accessible to all Inver Grove Heights

students.

B. School Board Comments

Board Chair, Matt Schaefer—

Thank you to IGHMS, Jodi Wendel

and Jason Voss for hosting and

updating us on the middle school.

I will be at the MSBA Delegate

Assembly at the end of the week. I

am looking forward to attending this

event. Thank you to Will Short for

his leadership, guidance, patience

running our activities. Thank you

to all the student participants who

joined us this evening. Thank you

Barb Pierce in Community Ed for

the projects and presentations The

theatre students did an excellent job

in the recent school play. It sounded

like the fall activities were a lot of fun

and that many good experiences

came out of it! I want to congratulate

our returning board members. I

appreciate the people of Inver Grove

Heights for voting them on the board

for another term and for voting yes to

the referendum.

Board Vice Chair/Treasurer, Sue

Gliva —I attended the November 3

AMSD Board of Directors Meeting.

Paul and I will be at the next one this

coming Friday. Thank you to the Vote

Yes Co-Chairs Mary Beth Schaefer

and Liz Niemioja, and all of the

volunteers, who spent the numerous

hours promoting our “All In for Inver

Grove” campaign. Also a ginormous

thank you to Tracy Lautt for her

leadership and new expertise in our

voting and election process. On a

personal note, the wrestling season

started last week and I’m in my final

year of being a Simley Wrestling

parents so it should be a fun and

memorable season!

Board Clerk, Sherry

Warrick—I was able to attend the

Shakespearean play on Wednesday

night. Nice job! I am looking

forward to attending Reimagine MN

discussions on December 8. Thank

you to my fellow board members for

helping to get information out for our

two questions on the ballot. Shout

out to Liz Niemioja and Mary Beth

Schaefer for their work on the Vote

Yes Campaign.

Board Member, Paul Mandell—I

took part in the MSBA Delegate

Assembly pre-meeting to discuss

proposals for the 2018 Session.

On Friday, I will be attending the

monthly meeting of the AMSD Board

of Directors. I thoroughly enjoyed the

Simley play. In addition, I have spend

some time, as I know that Dave has

too, meeting with Carrie Lounsberry,

turning over resources for her use

when she joins the school board in

January.

Board Member, Cindy Nordstrom

—Thanks to Inver Grove Heights

Middle School for the inspiration

they have provided for the students

of IGHMS. I’m proud to be a part

of the ISD 199 Board that is willing

to be innovative in engaging staff,

students and community members.

Congrats to Mr. Short for excelling

as an athletic director and being

recognized for it!

Board Member, Lynette

Stensgard—As the saying goes, it

takes a village to raise and support

our kids, and I think the middle school

has established an outstanding

village here! Congratulations to all

of the fall activity participants and

to all the outgoing seniors getting

one step closer to graduation. Good

luck to winter activities starting up.

A huge thank you to the community

for supporting the referendum. I

am excited for what is to come.

Thank you to the staff, students and

community. Great job by all and I

am super excited to be here for four

more years.

11. Upcoming Meeting Dates

There will be no work session in

December. The Regular School

Board Meeting will take place on

Monday, December 11 at 5:30pm in

the District Office, with the annual

Truth-in-Taxation informational item

starting at 6pm.

12. Motion by Member Gliva and

a Second by Member Mandell to

adjourn the meeting.

Motion carried 6-0 at 7:55 p.m.

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INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

DISTRICT 917

REGULAR SCHOOL

BOARD MEETING

DECEMBER 5, 2017

This is a summary of the

Intermediate School District 917

Regular School Board Meeting on

Tuesday, December 5, 2017, with full

text available for public inspection on

the district website at www.isd917.

k12.mn.us or the District Office at

1300 145th Street East, Rosemount,

MN 55068.

The meeting was called to order at

5:01 PM. Board members present:

Dick Bergstrom, Jill Lewis, Byron

Schwab, Russ Rohloff, Wendy

Felton, Melissa Sauser, Vanda

Pressnall, and administrators were

present. Absent: Bob Erickson

and DeeDee Currier. Good news

reports were presented. The

following Consent Agenda items

were approved: minutes, personnel,

donations, bills to be paid, wire

transfers and the investment report.

Recommended actions approved:

917 Audit for 2016-2017. Taylor

Thomas was awarded the 917

Teacher of the Fall Quarter and

Amber Minick was the 917 Employee

of the Fall Quarter. Closed session

at 5:52 PM to discuss negotiations.

Adjournment at 6:31 PM.

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STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

DISTRICT COURT

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT

CASE TYPE: CIVIL OTHER

Court File No. 62-CV-17-7267

SUMMONS

L & L International Inc., d/b/a L&L

International Inc.,

Plaintiff,

v.

Thomas Muir Halsall, a/k/a Tom

Halsall,

Defendant.

THE STATE OF MINNESOTA TO

THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANT.

1. YOU ARE BEING SUED. The

Plaintiff has started a lawsuit against

you. The Plaintiff’s Complaint against

you is attached to this summons.

Do not throw these papers away.

They are official papers that affect

your rights. You must respond to

this lawsuit even though it may not

yet be filed with the Court and there

may be no court file number on this

summons.

2. YOU MUST REPLY WITHIN

20 DAYS TO PROTECT YOUR

RIGHTS. You must give or mail to

the person who signed this summons

a written response called an Answer

within 20 days of the date on which

you received this Summons. You

must send a copy of your Answer to

the person who signed this summons

located at:

Christopher W. Boline (#393558)

Dudley and Smith, P.A.

101 East Fifth Street, Suite 2602

Saint Paul, MN 55101

3. YOU MUST RESPOND TO EACH

CLAIM. The Answer is your written

response to the Plaintiff’s Complaint.

In your Answer you must state

whether you agree or disagree with

each paragraph of the Complaint. If

you believe the Plaintiff should not

be given everything asked for in the

Complaint, you must say so in your

Answer.

4. YOU WILL LOSE YOUR CASE

IF YOU DO NOT SEND A WRITTEN

RESPONSE TO THE COMPLAINT

TO THE PERSON WHO SIGNED

THIS SUMMONS. If you do not

answer within 20 days, you will

lose this case. You will not get to

tell your side of the story, and the

Court may decide against you and

award the Plaintiff everything asked

for in the complaint. If you do not

want to contest the claims stated in

the complaint, you do not need to

respond. A default judgment can then

be entered against you for the relief

requested in the complaint.

5. LEGAL ASSISTANCE. You may

wish to get legal help from a lawyer.

If you do not have a lawyer, the Court

Administrator may have information

about places where you can get legal

assistance. Even if you cannot get

legal help, you must still provide a

written Answer to protect your rights

or you may lose the case.

6. ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE

RESOLUTION. The parties

may agree to or be ordered to

participate in an alternative dispute

resolution process under Rule 114

of the Minnesota General Rules of

Practice. You must still send your

written response to the Complaint

even if you expect to use alternative

means of resolving this dispute.

Dated: September 22, 2017

DUDLEY AND SMITH, P.A.

By: /s/ Christopher W. Boline

Christopher W. Boline (#393558)

101 East Fifth Street, Suite 2602

Saint Paul, MN 55101

Telephone (651) 291-1717

Facsimile (651) 223-5055

cboline@dudleyandsmith.com

Attorneys for Plaintiff L & L

International Inc. d/b/a L&L

International Inc.

(East Side Review: Dec. 17, 24, 31,

2017)

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

1. List the exact assumed name

under which the business is or will be

conducted: Georgia, Honey. . . .

2. Principal Place of Business: 1717

Van buren Ave, St Paul MN 55104

3. List the name and complete street

address of all persons conducting

business under the above Assumed

Name: Terrance Kormann, 1717 Van

buren,. St Paul MN 55104

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.

Date: Mar 21 2017

/s/ Karen Rom Kormann

(East Side Review: Dec. 17, 24,

2017)

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

ASSUMED NAME: Hedgewitch

Enterprises

PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS:

284 Spring Street 109, St. Paul MN

55102

NAMEHOLDERS: Timnah

Gretencord, 284 Spring Street 109,

St. Paul MN 55102

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.

Date: 12/12/2017

/s/ Timnah Gretencord

(East Side Review: Dec. 17, 24,

2017)

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

1. List the exact assumed name

under which the business is or will be

conducted: Three Crowns Catering

Services

2. Principal Place of Business: 907

3rd St. E, St. Paul MN 55106

3. List the name and complete street

address of all persons conducting

business under the above Assumed

Name: Adijat O. Lawal, 907 3rd St.

E., St. Paul MN 55106

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.

Date: 11/7/17

/s/ Adijat O. Lawal

Proprietress/Owner

(East Side Review: Dec. 10, 17,

2017)

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