Public Notices December 24, 2017 South-West Review

Public Notices, Foreclosure Notices & Legal Notices published December 24, 2017 in the 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)

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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. 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)

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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)

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PLANNING AND

ENGINEERING SERVICES

STATEMENT OF

QUALIFICATIONS

DUE NO LATER THAN 9

JANUARY, 2018 @ 1:00 P.M.

Request for Statements of

Qualifications

The City of South St. Paul will

accept proposals for Professional

Services for Airport Planning and

Engineering until 1:00 p.m., January

9, 2018. Services are for the South

St. Paul Municipal Airport and are

further described in the Request for

Statement of Qualifications (RSOQ).

Disadvantaged Business

Enterprises are encouraged to

submit proposals. The RSOQ is

available from Joseph Carney,

C.M., Interim Airport Manager, City

of South St. Paul Municipal Airport,

1725 Henry Ave, South St. Paul,

Minnesota 55075.

(South-West Review: Dec. 24, 31,

2017)

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING ON

GRANTING OF A BUSINESS

SUBSIDY

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

that the Board of Commissioners

(the “Board”) of the South St. Paul

Economic Development Authority,

Dakota County, Minnesota (the

“Authority”), will hold a public hearing

on Monday, January 8, 2018, at

approximately 6:30 p.m., at the

City Hall Training Room, 125 Third

Avenue North, in the City of South

St. Paul, Minnesota (the “City”), to

have the Board consider granting

a business subsidy to Frankot

Properties LLC in connection with

the purchase and renovation of an

existing office facility with a total of

approximately 6,000 square feet for

office and commercial space (the

“Project”). The building is located in

the City at 820 Southview Boulevard.

The summary of the terms of

the proposed business subsidy is

available for inspection at the office

of the Secretary of the Authority, City

Hall, during regular business hours.

After the public hearing the Board

will consider approving the granting

of the business subsidy.

A person with residence in or the

owner of taxable property in the

granting jurisdiction may file a written

complaint with the City if the City fails

to comply with Sections 116J.993

to 116J.995, and no action may be

filed against the City for the failure to

comply unless a written complaint is

filed.

All interested persons may appear

at the hearing and present their

views orally or in writing prior to the

hearing.

SOUTH ST. PAUL ECONOMIC

DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

Ryan Garcia

Executive Director

(South-West Review: Dec. 24, 2017)

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PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT

TO OPERATE

AERATION SYSTEM

The County of Dakota, pursuant to

the terms and conditions of a Permit

for Lake Aeration System, granted by

the Minnesota Department of Natural

Resources, hereby gives notice of

its intention to operate a winter lake

aeration system in the city of West

St. Paul. The system shall consist of

an air injection pump. The systems

shall be in operation near the

northeast shore of Thompson Lake

located in Thompson County Park.

The period of aeration operation

shall be during periods of suitable

ice cover commencing on or about

January 5, 2018 and ending on or

about April 1, 2018. The aeration

system may create open water and

thin ice conditions. The public is

cautioned to stay clear of all areas

marked with warning signs on the

lake. For further information call

(952) 891-7983.

(South-West Review: Dec. 24, 31,

2017)

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SOUTH ST. PAUL CITY

COUNCIL

MINUTES OF

DECEMBER 4, 2017

Mayor James Francis called the

regular meeting of the City Council

to order at 7:15 p.m. on Monday,

December 4, 2017.

ROLL CALL:

Present: Mayor James Francis

Councilmembers Flatley, Forester,

Hansen, Podgorski, Seaberg

Absent: Councilmember Rothecker

Also Present: City Administrator,

Stephen King

City Attorney, Korine Land

City Engineer, Chris Hartzell

City Clerk, Christy Wilcox

5) Presentations

There were no presentations.

6) Citizens’ Comments

Bernie Beerman, 206 Spruce Street

East, requested the City to consider

allowing snowmobiles at Kaposia

Landing.

7) Agenda

Approve the agenda as submitted.

Motion carried 6 ayes / 0 nays

8) Consent Agenda

Resolved, that the South St. Paul

City Council does hereby approve

the following:

A. City Council meeting minutes of

November 6, 2017

B. Resolution No. 2017-207,

approving accounts payable

C. Resolution No. 2017-216,

electing to not waive statutory tort

limits for liability insurance

D. Approve Airport T-Hangar leases

as presented this evening

E. City Council meeting minutes of

November 20, 2017

F. Resolution No. 2017-209,

certifying unpaid utility charges to the

County Auditor

G. Business licenses

H. Resolution No. 2017-227,

approving 2018 Liquor Licenses

I. Accept 2017 3rd quarter financial

report

J. Resolution No. 2017-

218, authorizing 2017 budget

amendments

K. Approve a final compensating

change order for the 2017 Mill &

Overlay and Bituminous Removal &

Replacement (City Project No. 2017-

005 & 007) for a decrease in the

contract value with Park Construction

Co., which results in a final contract

amount of $793,423.86

L. Resolution No. 2017-220,

accepting gifts for the Every Child

Should Receive a New Book

Campaign

M. Resolution No. 2017-221,

approving land lease at Fleming

Field with Robert Wiplinger (1890

Southgate Road)

N. Resolution No. 2017-222,

approving land lease at Fleming

Field with Wipline Real Estate

Holding Inc. (1665 Beechcraft Lane)

O. Resolution No. 2017-223,

approving land lease at Fleming

Field with Wipline Real Estate

Holding Inc. (1695 Cessna Lane)

P. Resolution No. 2017-224,

approving land lease at Fleming

Field with Wipline Real Estate

Holding Inc. (1680 Henry Avenue)

Q. Resolution No. 2017-225,

approving land lease at Fleming Field

with Wipline Real Estate Holding Inc.

(1600 & 1610 Fairchild Lane/1605 &

1615 Gulfstream Lane)

Motion carried 6 ayes / 0 nays

8I) Engineering Services

Agreement with Bolton & Menk –

Southview Boulevard Project

Approved an engineering services

agreement with Bolton & Menk for

construction administration services

for the Southview Boulevard & 3rd

Avenue Improvement Project.

8J) Adopt Resolution for No

Parking for Southview Boulevard

Adopted Resolution No. 2017-219,

memorializing parking restrictions

on Southview Boulevard from 20th

Avenue South to 200’ east of 15th

Avenue South.

8K) 2018 Landfill Abatement

Fund Grant Application

Adopted Resolution No. 2017-217,

approving a Joint Powers Agreement

between the County of Dakota and

the City of South St. Paul for 2018

Waste Abatement Community

Funding.

9A) Public Hearing and Adoption

of Proposed Payable 2018

Budgets, Tax Levies, Fee Schedule

and Capital Improvement Plan

Michelle Pietrick, Finance Director

and Steve King, City Administrator

provided a presentation on the

proposed 2018 City budgets.

Adopted Resolution No. 2017-210,

adoption of 2018 Property Tax Levy.

Adopted Resolution No. 2017-

211, approve 2018 Economic

Development Authority Property Tax

Levy.

Adopted Resolution No. 2017-212,

final approval of 2018 Housing and

Redevelopment Authority Property

Tax Levy.

Adopted Resolution No. 2017-213,

adopt the 2018 Operating Budgets.

Adopted Resolution No. 2017-214,

approving the 2018 fees and charges

schedule.

Adopted Resolution No. 2017-215,

adoption of the 2018-2022 Capital

Improvement Plan.

9B) Certifying Unpaid Charges to

the County Auditor

The Mayor opened the public

hearing. After hearing none,

Councilmember Podgorski made

a motion and seconded by

Councilmember Forester to close the

public hearing.

Adopted Resolution No. 2017-208,

certifying unpaid delinquent charges

to the Dakota County Auditor for

collection with the property taxes

payable in 2018.

9C) Public Hearing – 2nd Reading

of Ordinance Vacating a Portion of

5th Street South

Opened the public hearing on

consideration of an ordinance

providing for the vacation of a portion

of 5th Street South.

No public testimony was received.

Closed the public hearing on an

ordinance providing for the vacation

of a portion of 5th Street South.

Adopted Ordinance No. 1330, an

ordinance providing for the vacation

of a right-of-way by ordinance

pursuant to City Code and authorize

its publication.

10A) Second Reading -

Ordinances Relating to Gas and

Electric Franchise Fees

Adopted Ordinance No. 1328,

an ordinance regarding a gas

franchise fee on Northern States

Power Company, d/b/a Xcel Energy,

its successors and assigns, for

providing gas service within the City

of South St. Paul and authorize its

publication.

Adopted Ordinance No. 1329, an

ordinance regarding an electric

franchise fee on Northern States

Power Company, d/b/a Xcel Energy,

its successors and assigns, for

providing electric service within the

City of South St. Paul and authorize

its publication.

12) Adjournment

Adjourn the meeting at 9:30 p.m.

Approve: December 18, 2017

City Clerk

(South-West Review: Dec. 24, 2017)

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CITY OF SOUTH ST. PAUL

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that the

South St. Paul Planning Commission

will hold a Public Hearing on

Wednesday, January 3, 2017 at

7:00 P.M. or as soon thereafter as

the matter can be heard in the City

Council Chambers of City Hall, 125

Third Avenue North, South St. Paul

to consider the following:

1) An application for a site plan/

Conditional Use Permit amendment

from Inver Grove Storage, LLC,

4813 Blaine Avenue, Inver Grove

Heights, MN 55076 for the property

at 1426 Concord Street South. The

applicant is the owner of the property

at 1426 Concord Street South which

is leased to Footh Automotive,

LLC. The proposed site plan/CUP

amendment would be to increase

the number of total spaces to 43 all

kept within the existing paved area.

The property is generally located

south of Dale Place/Richmond Street

East, west of Concord Street South,

north of Chestnut Street, and east of

Eldridge Avenue.

2) An application for a Site Plan

Review, Conditional Use Permit, and

Variance from Phillips Architects,

Ltd., 227 Colfax Avenue N.,

Minneapolis, MN 55404 to allow to

allow for the construction of a 45,000

s.f. Subaru dealership for the property

at 740 Concord Street South as

proposed by the Walser Automotive

Group. The existing building will

be demolished and replaced with

an entirely new facility that includes

sales of new and used vehicles, 26

service bays and a parts department.

In addition the application seeks

variances to accommodate the size

of individual signs, the height of the

signage, and the amount of signage

on the property. The property is

generally located north of Interstate

494, South of Doug Woog Arena and

Villaume Avenue, East of the bluff

and 1st Avenue South, and West of

Concord Street.

3) An application for a site plan

review of an office building use

by Michael Monn Architects, 7933

Grinnell Way, Lakeville, MN 55044

for the property at 820 Southview

Boulevard. The applicants propose

minor exterior modifications to the

building and changes to the site

access which will only come from 8th

Avenue. The path of travel for alley

access to that block which presently

runs through the middle of the site

toward Southview will be redirected

to run through the existing parking

lot and have ingress/egress access

at 8th Avenue. The property is

generally located North of Southview

Boulevard, South of Marie Avenue,

East of 9th Avenue South and West

of 8th Avenue South.

4) Review and discussion of

sections from the Comprehensive

Plan for the 2018 Comprehensive

Plan Update.

(Legal descriptions available from

the City Planner’s office).

All those interested are encouraged

to attend and will be given an

opportunity to be heard, or contact

City Hall at (651) 554-3217, for

further information. If you need any

type of accommodation to participate

in the meeting, please contact City

Hall at least 5 business days prior to

the meeting.

Peter Hellegers

City Planner

(South-West Review: Dec. 24, 2017)

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CITY OF INVER GROVE

HEIGHTS

DAKOTA COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:

The City of Inver Grove Heights will

hold a public hearing on January 8,

2017 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council

Chambers, 8150 Barbara Avenue

to consider the charitable gambling

premise permit to conduct gambling

operations at Overboard Bar & Grill,

4455 64th Street East, Inver Grove

Heights, MN. If approved by Council

the premise permit would be held by

IGH Heat Soccer.

All Interested persons will be heard

at this meeting.

Michelle Tesser, City Clerk

(South-West Review: Dec. 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: 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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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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STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

DISTRICT COURT

PROBATE DIVISION

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Court File No.: 62-PR -17-950

NOTICE OF INFORMAL

APPOINTMENT

OF PERSONAL

REPRESENTATIVE AND

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

(INTESTATE)

Estate of

Kenneth Arvid Olson,

Decedent

Notice is given that an application

for informal appointment of

personal representative has been

filed with the Registrar. No will has

been presented for probate. The

application has been granted

Notice is also given that the Registrar

has informally appointed Steven

Ignatius Olson, whose address is 218

Emerald St SE, Mpls. MN 55414, as

personal representative of the Estate

of the Decedent. Any heir, devisee

or other interested person may be

entitled to appointment as personal

representative or may object to

the appointment of the personal

representative. Unless objections

are filed with the Court (pursuant

to Minn. Stat. 524.3-607) and the

Court otherwise orders, the personal

representative has full power to

administer the Estate including, after

30 days from the date of issuance of

letters, the power to sell, encumber,

lease or distribute real estate.

Any objections to the appointment

of the Personal Representative must

be filed with this Court and will be

heard by the Court after the filing of

an appropriate petition and proper

notice of hearing.

Notice is also given that (subject to

Minn. Stat. 524.3-801) all creditors

having claims against the Estate

are required to present the claims

to the personal representative or to

the Court Administrator within four

months after the date of this Notice

or the claims will be barred.

Dated: 12-15-2017

Laura J. Stevens

Registrar

Michael F. Upton

Court Administrator

Self Represented Litigant

Steven I. Olson

218 Emerald St. SE

Mpls., MN 55414

(East Side Review: Dec. 24, 31,

2017)

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STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF DAKOTA

DISTRICT COURT

FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Court File Number:

19WS-CV-17-1480

Case Type: Name Change

Affidavit in Support of Order

for Publication and Order for

Publication (Minor Name Change)

(Minn.Stat. § 259.10, subd.1

In the Matter of the Application of:

Victoria Angeline Einberger

On Behalf of:

Jose Omana Jr

For a Change of Name to:

Jose Thomas Einberger

State of Minnesota )

)SS

County of Dakota )

The undersigned applicant states

that:

1. I have filed an Application for

Name Change in Dakota County

District Court for a change of name for

the minor child(ren) from Jose Omana

Jr to Jose Thomas Einberger.

2a. A Notice of Hearing and copy of

the Application for Name Change was

mailed to the non-applicant parent at

his/her last known address and was

reaturned.

2b. An attempt at personal service of

the Notice of Hearing and Application

for Name Change was unsuccessful.

3. The last known location of the

non-applicant parent was Freeborn

County Jail, PO Box 170, Albert Lea

MN 56007

4. The last known location of the

non-applicant parent’s employment

was: Rightway Painting

5. The names and addresses of

the non-applicant parent’s parents,

brothers or sisters, children, and other

close relatives are: 544 Wheelock

Pkwy W, St. Paul MN 55117.

6. I have made the following efforts

to get the non-applicant parent’s

address from these persons: I

personally knew the address

Therefore, I request that the Court

allow publication of the Notice of

Hearing. I further request that the

Court set a new hearing date if

necessary.

I declare under penalty of perjury

that everything I have stated in this

document is true and correct. Minn.

Stat. § 358.116.

Date: 12-13-17

s/s Victoria A. Einberger

Applicant

Order for Publication

Based on the above Affidavit, IT IS

ORDERED:

1. Notice shall be given by publication

once a week for three consecutive

weeks in the legal newspaper of

the county of the other parent’s last

known address.

2. The date and time of the Hearing

on the Application for Name Change

is 1/31/2018, at 9:00 a.m. at the

following address: 1 W Mendota Rd.

#140, WSP, MN 55118

Dated: 12-13-17

s/s Jamie Cork

Judge of District Court

(East Side Review: Dec. 24, 31, 2017,

Jan. 7, 2018)

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Minutes

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 197

PUBLICATION NOTICE

WEST ST. PAUL/MENDOTA

HEIGHTS/EAGAN

Monday, December 18, 2017

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

A school board meeting and work

session were held at 5:00 p.m. on

Monday, December 18, 2017 at

Henry Sibley High School, Room

A-241, 1897 Delaware Avenue,

Mendota Heights, MN. The following

board members were present: John

Chandler, Brenda Corbett, Stephanie

Levine, Joanne Mansur, Maureen

Ramirez, Byron Schwab and Terry

Stamman. Superintendent Peter

Olson-Skog was present. Student

Representative Rahel Mekonnen was

present.

Motions carried to approve the

agenda and consent agenda. The

consent agenda included the minutes

from the December 4, 2017 meeting;

personnel recommendations; final

reading of policies 416 and 419; and

the FY 18-19 School Board meeting

dates.

A motion carried to approve the FY

18-19 academic calendar.

A motion carried to approve an

agreement between ISD 197 and

the Minnesota Teamsters Public and

Law Enforcement Union, Local 320,

Administrative Assistants.

A motion carried to approve an

agreement between ISD 197 and

the Service Employees International

Union, Local 284, Child Nutrition.

A work session followed and

included a presentation on the 16-17

audit; an update on Warrior Seminar;

changes to Policy 534 (Unpaid Meal

Charges); and a draft of the FY 17-18

School Board goals.

The meeting adjourned at 6:52 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled School

Board meeting of Independent

School District 197 is scheduled for

Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 6:00

p.m. at the Mendota Heights Council

Chambers, 1101 Victoria Curve,

Mendota Heights, MN.

This is a summary of the meeting for

publication purposes. The full text and

meeting materials are available for

public inspection at the administrative

offices of the school district or at www.

isd197.org.

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