Public Notices August 11th, 2019 East Side Review

Public Notices, Foreclosure Notices & Legal Notices published August 11th, 2019 in the East Side Review covering the East Side communities of St. Paul.

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Public Notices NOTICE OF ASSOCIATION

LIEN FORECLOSURE SALE

WHEREAS, default has been made

in the terms and conditions of the

Declaration of The Gables at Arbor

Pointe, Common Interest Community

Number 306, as amended

(henceforth the Declaration) dated

July 10, 2001 and recorded in the

office of the County Recorder in

and for Dakota County, Minnesota

on July 13, 2001 as Document No.

1792023 which said Lien covers the

following described property situated

in the County of Dakota and State of

Minnesota, to-wit:

Unit No. 305, Common Interest

Community No. 306, a condominium,

The Gables at Arbor Pointe, located

in Dakota County, Minnesota.

Street address: 8796 Brunell Way,

Inver Grove Heights, MN.

PIN No. 20 11777 02 305

WHEREAS, pursuant to said

Declaration, there is claimed to be

due and owing as of the date of this

Notice by Marsha E. Pittelkow as

unit owner to The Gables at Arbor

Pointe Homeowners Association,

Inc., the principal amount of Two

Thousand Three Hundred Seventynine

Dollars and 80/100 ($2,379.80)

for assessments through June, 2019,

and no action being now pending at

law or otherwise to recover said debt

or any part thereof, and;

WHEREAS, pursuant to said

Declaration, said debt creates a

lien upon said premises in favor of

Gables at Arbor Pointe Homeowners

Association, Inc.

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 Sheriff=s main office, Dakota

County Courthouse, Civil Division,

1580 Highway 55-Lobby S-100 in

the City of Hastings in said County

on August 15, 2019 at 10:00 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

attorney=s fees as allowed by

law. The time allowed by law for

redemption by the unit owners, 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 February

15, 2020. 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: June 12, 2019

THE GABLES AT ARBOR POINTE

HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,

INC.

FULLER, SEAVER & SWANSON,

P.A.

By:

Timothy D. Fuller 32694

12400 Portland Avenue South

Suite 132

Burnsville, MN 55337

(952) 890-0888

Attorneys for The Gables at Arbor

Pointe Homeowners Association,

Inc.

THIS IS A COMMUNICATION

FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR

NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT

OF ASSOCIATION LIEN

FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that

the Association Lien Foreclosure Sale

referred to in the foregoing Notice of

Association Lien Foreclosure Sale

has been postponed from August 15,

2019 to October 24, 2019 at 10:00

a.m.

Said sale will be held at the Sheriff

of Dakota County, Minnesota at the

Sheriff=s main office, Dakota County

Courthouse, Civil Division, 1580

Highway 55-Lobby S-100 in the City

of Hastings, in said County.

Unless said Association Lien is

reinstated or the property redeemed,

or unless the time for redemption is

reduced by judicial order, you must

vacate the premises by 11:59 p.m.

on April 24, 2020.

Dated: August 6, 2019

THE GABLES AT ARBOR POINTE

HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,

INC.

FULLER, SEAVER & SWANSON,

P.A.

By:

Timothy D. Fuller 32694

12400 Portland Avenue South

Suite 132

Burnsville, MN 55337

(952) 890-0888

Attorneys for The Gables at Arbor

Pointe Homeowners Association,

Inc.

THIS IS A COMMUNICATION

FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR

(South-West Review: Aug. 11, 2019)

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STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF DAKOTA

DISTRICT COURT

FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Court File No.: 19HA-PR-19-509

NOTICE OF AND ORDER

FOR HEARING ON

PETITION FOR FORMAL

SUMMARY ASSIGNMENT OR

DISTRIBUTION

In Re: Estate of

Renate Mutschler,

Decedent.

Notice is given that a petition has

been filed requesting that the estate

assets be summarily assigned.

It is Ordered and Notice is given

that on August 29, 2019 at 9:00 am,

a hearing will be held in this Court at

Dakota County Justice Center, 1590

Highway 55, Hastings, Minnesota,

on a petition for the formal probate

of an instrument purporting to be

a copy of the decedent’s Codicil

dated December 16, 1998.

Any objections to the petition must

be raised at the hearing or filed with

the Court prior to the hearing. If the

petition is proper and no objections

are filed or raised, the personal

representative will be appointed

with the full power to administer

the decedent’s estate, including

the power to collect all assets; pay

all legal debts, claims, taxes, and

expenses; sell real and personal

property; and do all necessary acts

for the decedent’s estate.

Dated: July 24, 2019

BY THE COURT

Tracy Perzel,

Judge of District Court

Heidi Carstensen,

Court Administrator

Trojack Law Office, P.A.

Attorney: John E. Trojack

1549 Livingston Avenue

Suite 101

West St. Paul, MN 55118

Telephone: 651-451-9696

Facsimile: 651-451-9786

Attorney ID: 0110929

(South-West Review: Aug. 4, 11,

2019)

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IN THE JUVENILE COURT

FOR THE COUNTY OF

MCINTOSH

STATE OF GEORGIA

In the Interest of:

M. T. J. Jr.

Sex: Male DOB: 07/23/11

A Child Under 18 Years of Age

Case# 098-16J-77

NOTICE OF SUMMONS

To: Michael Terrance Johnson

Sr. and any other person claiming

paternity of the above-named child.

You are hereby notified that the

above-styled action, which seeks

the termination of parental rights

was filed against you in said Juvenile

Court in McIntosh County, Georgia

on the 6th day of August, 2019.

The petition alleges that the abovenamed

child is dependent child and

that it would be in the child’s best

interest that the parents’ parental

rights be terminated. A copy of the

petition may be obtained from the

Clerk of McIntosh County Juvenile

Court. The child is currently in the

temporary custody of the McIntosh

County Department of Family and

Children Services.

THEREFORE, YOU ARE

COMMANDED AND REQUIRED to

appear before the Juvenile Court of

McIntosh County, Darien, Georgia

on the 19th day of November, 2019

at 9:00 o’clock a.m. The effect of

the termination order requested shall

be to terminate the parental rights

and obligations of the parents with

respect to the above-named child,

including rights of inheritance.

READ CAREFULLY

NOTICE OF EFFECT OF

TERMINATION JUDGMENT

Georgia law provides that you

can permanently lose your rights

as a parent. A petition to terminate

parental rights has been filed

requesting the court to terminate

your parental rights to your child.

A copy of the petition to terminate

parental rights is attached to this

notice. A court hearing of your case

has been scheduled for the 19th

day of November, 2019 at 9:30 a.m.

at the Juvenile Court of McIntosh

County.

If you fail to appear, the court can

terminate your parental rights in your

absence.

If the court at the trial finds that

the facts set out in the petition to

terminate parental rights are true

and that termination of your rights

will serve the best interests of your

child, the court can enter a judgment

ending your rights to your child.

If the judgment terminates your

parental rights, you will no longer

have any rights to your child. This

means that you will not have the right

to visit, contact, or have custody of

your child or make any decisions

affecting your child or your child’s

earnings or property. Your child will

be legally freed to be adopted by

someone else.

Even if your parental rights

are terminated: (1) You will be

responsible for providing financial

support (child support payments)

for your child’s care unless and until

your child is adopted; and (2) Your

child can still inherit from you unless

and until your child is adopted.

This is a very serious matter.

You should contact an attorney

immediately so that you can be

prepared for the court hearing. You

have the right to hire an attorney

and to have him or her represent

you. If you can not afford to hire an

attorney, the court will appoint an

attorney if the court finds that you are

an indigent person. Whether or not

you decide to hire an attorney, you

have the right to attend the hearing

of your case, to call witnesses on

your behalf, and to question those

witnesses on brought against you.

If you have any questions

concerning this notice, you may call

the telephone number of the clerk’s

office which is: 912 437 6641.

If you want a lawyer appointed to

represent you, you must let the Court

or the officer of this Court handling

this case know that you want a

lawyer immediately.

WITNESS

the Honorable Christy Balbo,

Judge of said Court.

SO ORDERED, this the 6th day of

August, 2019.

Rebecca G. Todd,

Juvenile Court Clerk

McIntosh County, Georgia

(East Side Review: Aug. 11, 18, 25;

Sept. 1, 2019)

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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 August 26,

2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council

Chambers, 8150 Barbara Avenue to

review three (3) liquor license holder

violations for selling to a person

under the age of twenty-one (21)

years. The liquor license holders are:

Jersey Bar & Grill, 6449 Concord

Blvd, El Azteca, 5816 Blaine Ave,

and Cameron’s Warehouse Liquors,

6533 Concord Blvd.

All Interested persons will be heard

at this meeting.

Joe Lynch, Deputy City Clerk

(South-West Review: Aug. 11, 2019)

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CITY OF INVER GROVE

HEIGHTS

DAKOTA COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:

The City of Inver Grove Heights

will hold a hearing on August 26,

2019 at 7 p.m. in the City Council

Chambers, 8150 Barbara Avenue to

consider the application of Drkula’s

Bowl Temporary Liquor License

Extension for the premises located

at 6710 Cahill Avenue E, Inver Grove

Heights, MN 55076.

All Interested persons will be heard

at this meeting.

Joe Lynch, Deputy City Clerk

(South-West Review: Aug. 11, 2019)

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CITY OF WEST ST. PAUL

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL –

MEDICAL INSURANCE

The City of West St. Paul will accept

proposals for medical insurance

coverage until 12:00 Noon (CST) on

August 31, 2019. Proposals should

be mailed or emailed to: Ann Benson

(ann.benson@nfp.com) NFP, 505

Waterford Park, Hwy 169, Suite

1100, Plymouth, MN, 55441.

The proposal should be labeled

“Proposal - City of West St. Paul

Medical Insurance RFP 2019”.

The Request for Proposal and

information for underwriting are on

file with NFP at (763)450-1826. No

formal opening of proposals will

occur.

City of West St. Paul reserves the

right to: waive formalities and minor

irregularities; reject any and all

proposals and call for new proposals;

request a written clarification of any

proposal; accept the proposal which,

in the City’s judgment, is determined

to be in the best interest of the City

and its employees; postpone, cancel,

or extend the due date of this RFP;

and conduct negotiations before, and

subsequent to, the selection of the

carrier. The Request for Proposal

is being made under conditions set

forth in Minnesota Statues Section

471.6161.

(South-West Review: Aug. 11, 2019)

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CITY OF LILYDALE

SUMMARY OF

ORDINANCE NO. 19-01

SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE

AMENDING CHAPTER 5 OF

THE LILYDALE CITY CODE

RELATED TO TOBACCO

The following summary of

Ordinance 19-01 amending Lilydale

Code Section 504 is hereby adopted

for publication in lieu of the entire

ordinance pursuant to Minnesota

law;

The Lilydale City Council finds

that the publication this summary of

Ordinance 19-01 amending Lilydale

Municipal Code Section 504 entitled

Tobacco would clearly inform the

public of the intent and effect of the

ordinance.

SUMMARY

The Lilydale Ordinance 19-01 is a

regulatory document adopted by the

city that has following purposes and

requirements:

This ordinance is intended to

regulate the sale, possession and

use of tobacco, tobacco products,

tobacco-related devices, and

nicotine or lobelia delivery devices

for the purpose of enforcing and

furthering existing laws, to protect

minors against the serious effects

associated with the illegal use of

tobacco, tobacco products, tobaccorelated

devices, and nicotine or

lobelia delivery devices, and to

further the official public policy of the

state in regard to preventing young

people from starting to smoke as

stated in Minnesota statutes section

144.391 Public Policy.

The principal regulatory

requirements of the ordinance are to:

1. Prohibit the sale of Licensed

Products within the City to any

persons under the age of twenty-one

(21). The term “Licensed Products”

collectively refers in the ordinance to

any tobacco, tobacco-related device,

electronic delivery device, or nicotine

or lobelia delivery product.

2. Prohibit the sale of any Flavored

Product within the City. A “Flavored

Product” is defined in the ordinance

as any licensed product that

contains a taste or smell, other than

the taste or smell of tobacco, that

is distinguishable by an ordinary

consumer either prior to or during

the consumption of the product,

including, but not limited to, any

taste or smell relating to menthol,

mint, wintergreen, chocolate, cocoa,

vanilla, honey, fruit, or any candy,

dessert, alcoholic beverage, herb, or

spice. A public statement or claim,

whether express or implied, made or

disseminated by the manufacturer of

a licensed product or by any person

authorized or permitted by the

manufacturer to make or disseminate

public statements concerning such

products, that a product has or

produces a taste or smell other than

tobacco will constitute presumptive

evidence that the product is a

flavored product.

NOTICE

A printed copy of the complete text

of Ordinance 19-01 is available for

inspection by any person during

regular business hours at the Lilydale

City Hall. In addition, a printed copy

can be viewed in its entirety at the

City’s website which is www.lilydale.

govoffice.com.

YES

Warren E. Peterson

Anita M. Pampusch

John E. Diehl

William Kleinman

Lyle Hanzal

NO

None.

The Ordinance amending Lilydale

Code Section 504 was passed by the

city council on the 13th day of May,

2019 and the Summary of Ordinance

19-01 was passed by the city council

on the 10th day of June, 2019.

This ordinance shall be effective

upon publication of this Summary on

the 11th day of August, 2019.

Warren E. Peterson,

Mayor

ATTEST: Mary Schultz,

City Administrator

(South-West Review: Aug. 11, 2019)

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CITY OF SUNFISH LAKE

DAKOTA COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

Notice is hereby given that the

Planning Commission of the City

of Sunfish Lake will meet on

Wednesday, August 21, 2019, at

7:00 p.m. at St. Anne’s Episcopal

Church located at Highway 62

and Charlton Road in Sunfish

Lake, Minnesota to hold a public

hearing to consider an amendment

to an application for a major site

and building plan review for 2150

Charlton Road. The subject property

is located within the R-1 Single

Family Residential and Shoreland

Overlay Districts. The subject parcel

has lake frontage on Sunfish Lake.

The applicants previously received

approval of a major site and building

plan, but now wish to make changes

to the application. Section 1208.06

of the City of Sunfish Lake Zoning

Ordinance requires the applicant to

resubmit plans for review when a

change is proposed.

All written and oral statements on

the project will be considered at the

Planning Commission meeting. If

you have questions about this notice

or if you wish further information

regarding the project described

above, please contact Ryan

Grittman, Sunfish Lake City Planner,

at 651-726-7296. If you wish to

send written comments prior to the

Planning Commission meeting,

please send such comments to

Ryan Grittman, Sunfish Lake City

Planner, at Northwest Associated

Consultants, 4150 Olson Memorial

Highway, Suite 320, Golden Valley,

MN 55422 or via email at rgrittman@

nacplanning.com.

/s/ Catherine Iago, City Clerk

(South-West Review: Aug. 11, 2019)

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CITY OF SUNFISH LAKE

DAKOTA COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

Notice is hereby given that the

Planning Commission of the City

of Sunfish Lake will meet on

Wednesday August 21, 2019, at

7:00 p.m. at St. Anne’s Episcopal

Church located at Highway 62 and

Charlton Road in Sunfish Lake,

Minnesota to hold a public hearing

to consider a zoning ordinance

amendment to Section 1202.02

Definitions, and Section 1208.10

Demolition Permits of the City of

Sunfish Lake Zoning Ordinance.

The Zoning Ordinance Amendment

relates to requiring a minor staff

review for demolition projects in the

City of Sunfish Lake.

A draft of the ordinance amendment

will be available at the public hearing.

All written and oral statements will

be considered at the public hearing

and all those desiring to be heard

will be heard at the public hearing. If

you have questions about this notice

or if you wish further information

regarding the zoning ordinance

amendment above, please contact

Ryan Grittman, Sunfish Lake City

Planner, at 651-726-7296. If you

wish to send written comments prior

to the public hearing, please send

such comments to Ryan Grittman,

Sunfish Lake City Planner, at

Northwest Associated Consultants,

4150 Olson Memorial Highway, Suite

320, Golden Valley, MN 55422 or

via email at rgrittman@nacplanning.

com.

/s/ Catherine Iago, City Clerk

(South-West Review: Aug. 11, 2019)

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Minutes

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 197

PUBLICATION NOTICE

WEST ST. PAUL/MENDOTA

HEIGHTS/EAGAN

MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 2019

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

A school board meeting was held

at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, August

5, 2019 in the Council Chambers

at the Mendota Heights City Hall,

1101 Victoria Curve, Mendota

Heights, MN. The following School

Board members were present: John

Chandler, Stephanie Levine, Joanne

Mansur, Maureen Ramirez, and

Terry Stamman. Board members

Brenda Corbett and Byron Schwab

were absent. Superintendent Peter

Olson-Skog was present.

A motion carried to approve the

main agenda.

A motion carried to approve

the consent agenda which

included minutes; personnel

recommendations; gifts to the

district; May 2019 accounts payable

and treasurer’s reports; June 2019

wire transfers report.

A construction update was provided.

A motion carried to approve a bid

award for the Henry Sibley High

School Aquatics Building.

An update was provided on the

TriDistrict Community Education

Advisory Council.

An update and recommendation

was provided on flexible/digital

learning and eLearning.

A summary was provided on

the 2018-2019 Superintendent

evaluation.

The FY 2019-2020 board committee

and school assignments was

presented.

The meeting adjourned at 6:58 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled School

Board meeting of Independent

School District 197 is scheduled for

Monday, August 19, 2019 at 5:00

p.m. at Henry Sibley High School,

Room A241, 1897 Delaware Avenue,

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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* The fiscal disparities property tax law provides that the growth in commercial-industrial property tax values is

shared throughout the area. In a tax increment financing district, this value sharing can either result in a decrease

in tax increment financing district revenue or a tax increase for other properties in the municipality depending on

whether the tax increment financing district contributes its share of the growth.

** Amounts displayed here indicate that the district did not contribute its growth in commercial-industrial property tax

values and represent the resulting increase in taxes on other properties in the City for taxes payable in 2018.

Additional information regarding each district may be obtained from:

Char Stark, Finance Director

1616 Humboldt Avenue

West St Paul, MN 55118

(651) 552-4123

cstark@wspmn.gov

(South-West Review: Aug. 11, 2019)

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CITY OF WEST ST PAUL

ANNUAL DISCLOSURE OF TAX INCREMENT DISTRICTS

FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2018

TIF District Name: TIF 1-2 [WalMart] TIF 1-3

Current net tax capacity 328,167 86,018

Original net tax capacity 121,256 6,734

Captured net tax capacity 206,911 79,284

Principal and interest payments due during current year 180,521 77,211

Tax increment received 179,985 86,833

Tax increment expended 179,831 49,251

Month and year of first tax increment receipt July 2005 July 2006

Date of required decertification 12/31/30 12/31/31

Increased property tax imposed on other properties as a result of fiscal

disparities contribution * 51,827 ** 6,889 **

Additional information regarding each district may be obtained from: Char Stark, Finance Director

1616 Humboldt Avenue West St Paul, MN 55118

(651) 552-4123

cstark@wspmn.gov

* The fiscal disparities property tax law provides that the growth in commercial-industrial property tax values is shared throughout area. In a tax increment financing district, this value sharing can either result in a decrease in tax increment financing district revenue tax increase for other properties in the municipality depending on whether the tax increment financing district contributes its share of growth.

** Amounts displayed here indicate that the district did not contribute its growth in commercial-industrial property tax values and

represent the resulting increase in taxes on other properties in the City for taxes payable in 2018.

City of West St Paul

Annual Disclosure of Tax Increment Districts for the Year Ended December 31, 2018

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