Public Notices July 9th, 2019 Bulletin Area

Public Notices, Foreclosure Notices & Legal Notices published July 9th, 2019 in the New Brighton - Mounds View, Shoreview - Arden Hills and St. Anthony Bulletin Area newspapers

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Public Notices

Legal

Announcements

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: this

2. Principal Place of Business: 1034

Lovell Ave. W., Roseville, MN 55113,

United States

3. List the name and complete street

address of all persons conducting

business under the above Assumed

Name: Gregory Sawyer; 1034 Lovell

Ave. W., Roseville, MN 55113,

United States

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: 4/1/19

/s/ Gregory S. Sawyer

(Roseville Review: July 2, 9, 2019)

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Arden Hills

STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

CITY OF ARDEN HILLS

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING FOR A

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

AMENDMENT, REZONING,

PRELIMINARY PLAT, FINAL

PLAT, AND FINAL PLANNED

UNIT DEVELOPMENT

PLANNING CASE 19-002

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that

on Monday, July 22, 2019 at 7:00

p.m., the Arden Hills City Council

will hold a Public Hearing. Summit

Development has submitted an

application for a Comprehensive

Plan Amendment, Rezoning,

Preliminary Plat, Final Plat and

Final Planned Unit Development

(PUD). The Applicant is proposing to

construct 120 units of assisted living,

independent living and memory care.

The property is located at 1718

Parkshore Drive.

The application and all

documentation are on file and

available for inspection at Arden

Hills City Hall, 1245 West Highway

96, Arden Hills, MN 55112. A report

evaluating this application will be

available for viewing at City Hall

and online at www.cityofardenhills.

org/agendacenter prior to the public

hearing.

This notice is given pursuant to

Section 1355 of the Zoning Code in

the Arden Hills Code of Ordinances.

Any person in favor of, opposed to,

or interested in said application will

be heard by the City Council at the

time and place above stated. Written

comments can also be sent to City

Hall.

Dated at Arden Hills, Minnesota,

this 1st day of July, 2019.

Mike Mrosla

Community Development

Manager/City Planner

651-792-7822

(Bulletin: July 10, 2019)

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Falcon Heights

CITY OF FALCON HEIGHTS,

MINNESOTA

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that

the Falcon Heights Planning

Commission, at its regular meeting

on Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at

7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council

Chambers, 2077 Larpenteur Avenue

West, will hold a public hearing to

discuss and consider an application

for a variance for the property located

at 1800 Albert Street. The property is

legally described as the North 68.58

feet of the West 1/2 of Lot 1, Block

1, Larpenteur Villas. The property

owner is requesting a variance for

the corner side yard setback related

to replacing a detached garage.

Information regarding the proposed

changes will be available at City Hall

and online at www.falconheights.org.

Justin Markon

Community Development

Coordinator

(Roseville Review: July 9, 2019)

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Little Canada

CITY OF LITTLE CANADA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING FOR

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a

hearing will be held before the City

Council of Little Canada at the City

Center located at 515 Little Canada

Road in said City on July 24, 2019, at

7:30 p.m. to hear all persons present

upon the proposed planning request

as described below.

The applicant is proposing to build

a 600 square foot detached second

garage in the rear yard and has

submitted a request for approval of a

conditional use permit to allow a total

of 1,335 square feet of accessory

building space. The Zoning Code

allows 1,000 – 1,500 square feet of

accessory building as a conditional

use. The property in question is

3046 Labore Road and zoned R-1,

Single Family Residential.

Heidi Heller, City Clerk

(Roseville Review: July 9, 2019)

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Mounds View

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

CITY OF MOUNDS VIEW

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

STATE OF MINNESOTA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the Mounds View City Council will

hold a public hearing on Monday,

July 22, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at Mounds

View City Hall, 2401 Mounds View

Boulevard, Mounds View, Minnesota,

55112 to consider a request from the

Festival in the Park of Mounds View

for a temporary liquor license to allow

Welsch’s Big Ten Tavern, located in

the City of Arden Hills, to sell and

serve on-sale intoxicating liquor at

various events associated with the

Mounds View Festival in the Park

on Friday, August 16 and Saturday,

August 17, 2019.

Anyone wanting to speak about

this matter may be heard at this

meeting. If you are unable to attend

the meeting but want to comment,

you may call, submit a letter, or send

an email to City Administrator Nyle

Zikmund. City staff will forward the

comments to the City Council.

If you have any questions about

this meeting or if you want to make

an appointment to discuss the

application, please contact:

Nyle Zikmund, City Administrator.

Phone: 763-717-4001

Email:

nyle.zikmund@moundsviewmn.org

Mail:

2401 Mounds View Blvd

Mounds View, MN 55112

(Bulletin: July 10, 2019)

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District 282

NOTICE OF FILING

2019 CITY AND SCHOOL

DISTRICT GENERAL

ELECTION

SAINT ANTHONY,

MINNESOTA

SAINT ANTHONY-NEW

BRIGHTON SCHOOL

DISTRICT

Notice is hereby given that a filing

period will be held for candidates

seeking election to Saint Anthony

city offices and the Saint Anthony-

New Brighton school board at the

general election to be conducted on

November 5, 2019. The filing period

will open Tuesday, July 30 at 8 a.m.

and close Tuesday, August 13 at 5

p.m. Candidates may file an affidavit

of withdrawal no later than 5 p.m. on

Thursday, August 15.

Affidavits of candidacy for the

following offices must be filed at

either office below:

Saint Anthony Village City Hall:

3301 Silver Lake Rd

Ramsey County Elections office: 90

Plato Blvd W, Suite 160

These offices will be open for filings

from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on each

weekday of the filing period except

Tuesday, August 13 and Thursday,

August 15 when office hours will be

8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

City of Saint Anthony

Mayor

Council Member – Two at-large

seats

Saint Anthony-New Brighton

School District

School Board Member – Three

at-large seats

A filing fee or petition in place of

the filing fee must be filed with the

affidavit of candidacy. The filing fee

for this office is as follows.

Mayor - $2

Council Member - $2

School Board Member - $2

For more information about the filing

Public Notices

Continued on Page 8

(Bulletin: July 10, 2019)

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STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS

PROPRIETARY FUNDS

For the Year Ended December 31, 2018

STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENSES

AND CHANGES IN FUND NET POSITION

PROPRIETARY FUNDS

For the Year Ended December 31, 2018

STATEMENT OF NET POSITION

PROPRIETARY FUNDS

December 31, 2018

City of Mounds View

SUMMARY FINANCIAL REPORT The purpose of this report is to provide a summary of financial information concerning the City of Mounds View. The complete financial statements may be examined at

City Hall, 2401 Mounds View Blvd. or on the City’s web site www.moundsviewmn.org/finance. Questions should be directed to Mark Beer, Finance Director (763) 717-4011

REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES FOR

GENERAL OPERATIONS

General, Special Revenue, Debt Service,

and Capital Project Funds

(Governmental Funds)

CITY OF MOUNDS VIEW

Summary Financial Report

The purpose of this report is to provide a summary of financial information concerning the City of Mounds View.

The complete financial statements may be examined at City Hall, 2401 Mounds View Blvd. or on the City's web site

www.moundsviewmn.org/finance. Questions should be directed to Mark Beer, Finance Director (763) 717 - 4011

Revenues and Expenditures for General Operations

General, Special Revenue, Debt Service, and Capital Project Funds (Governmental Funds)

Percent

Increase

2018 2017 (Decrease)

Revenues

Taxes

Property $ 4,948,392 $ 4,555,131 8.63%

Tax increment 1,670,422 1,630,140 2.47%

Franchise 799,948 753,959 6.10%

Lodging 77,115 68,666 12.30%

Special assessments 22,047 27,670 -20.32%

Licenses and permits 312,047 310,965 0.35%

Intergovernmental 1,680,480 1,512,865 11.08%

Charges for services 363,621 309,373 17.53%

Fines and forfeits 52,531 43,837 19.83%

Investment earnings (charges) 228,999 208,491 9.84%

Miscellaneous 426,697 383,946 11.13%

Total revenues 10,582,299 9,805,043 7.93%

Per Capita 794.05 745.01 6.58%

Expenditures

Current

General government 1,107,761 1,091,571 1.48%

Public safety 3,460,743 3,235,510 6.96%

Streets and highways 709,953 873,006 -18.68%

Sanitation 27,975 19,196 45.73%

Culture and recreation 1,030,967 926,124 11.32%

Economic development 2,215,355 2,059,441 7.57%

Debt service

Principal 150,898 143,296 5.31%

Interest 268,709 106,489 152.33%

Capital outlay 2,343,410 7,740,035 -69.72%

Total expenditures 11,315,771 16,194,668 -30.13%

Per Capita 849.09 1,230.50 -31.00%

Total Long-term Indebtedness * 11,153,673 11,917,820 -6.41%

Per Capita 836.92 905.54 -7.58%

General Fund and Special Revenue Funds

Fund balance – December 31 $ 12,439,635 $ 12,286,658 1.25%

Per Capita 933.42 933.57 -0.02%

Tax Capacity 12,380,276 11,354,641

Ratio of bonded debt to tax capacity .55 to 1 .60 to 1

Percent of property taxes collected 99.18% 99.64%

Population 13,327 13,161

Bond rating AA AA

* - Includes long term pension obligations of $3,149,337 and $3,966,628 which are not under the control of the City.

CITY OF MOUNDS VIEW

Statement of Net Position

Proprietary Funds

December 31, 2018

Business-Type Activities – Enterprise Funds

Non-major

Sanitary Storm Street

Water Sewer Water Light Totals

Assets

Current assets

Cash and temporary investments $ 7 15,913 $ 2 ,189,722 $ 1 ,884,668 $ 136,169 $ 4 ,926,472

Receivables

Accounts 2 89,030 4 43,952 7 6,931 27,749 8 37,662

Intergovernmental 4 53 - - - 4 53

Special assessments 1 02,979 1 2,140 - - 115,119

Total current assets 1 ,108,375 2 ,645,814 1 ,961,599 163,918 5 ,879,706

Noncurrent assets

Capital assets

Land 7 ,596 3 ,255 - - 1 0,851

Buildings 4 ,903,531 1 20,939 - - 5 ,024,470

Infrastructure 4 ,423,376 6 ,616,011 1 ,508,304 - 1 2,547,691

Equipment 1 ,694,846 7 04,397 3 35,971 - 2 ,735,214

Construction in progress - - 3 5,910 - 3 5,910

Less accumulated depreciation (7,697,281) (5,804,885) (522,819) - (14,024,985)

Total capital assets (net) 3 ,332,068 1 ,639,717 1 ,357,366 - 6 ,329,151

Total assets 4 ,440,443 4 ,285,531 3 ,318,965 163,918 1 2,208,857

Deferred Outflows of Resources

Pension plan deferments - PERA 3 6,982 3 4,469 1 2,095 - 8 3,546

Total assets and deferred

outflows or resources $ 4 ,477,425 $ 4 ,320,000 $ 3 ,331,060 $ 163,918 $ 1 2,292,403

Liabilities

Current liabilities

Accounts/contracts payable $ 1 5,992 $ 8 ,666 $ 1 15 $ 5,798 $ 3 0,571

Accrued wages and benefits 1 2,643 1 1,894 4 ,421 329 2 9,287

Compensated absences 6 ,758 3 ,903 2 ,465 231 1 3,357

Due to other governments 2 ,623 7 7 - 2 ,637

Lease payable - - - 7,349 7 ,349

Deposits payable 3 9,651 8 ,000 - - 4 7,651

Total current liabilities 7 7,667 3 2,470 7 ,008 13,707 1 30,852

Noncurrent liabilities

Lease payable - - - 59,456 5 9,456

Net pension liability 1 90,329 1 77,876 6 1,708 - 4 29,913

Compensated absences 2 0,275 1 1,709 7 ,396 691 4 0,071

Total noncurrent liabilities 2 10,604 1 89,585 6 9,104 60,147 5 29,440

Total liabilities 2 88,271 2 22,055 7 6,112 73,854 6 60,292

Deferred Inflows of Resources

Pension plan deferments - PERA 7 9,907 7 4,680 2 5,926 - 1 80,513

Net position

Investment in capital assets 3 ,332,068 1 ,639,717 1 ,357,366 - 6 ,329,151

Unrestricted 7 77,179 2 ,383,548 1 ,871,656 90,064 5 ,122,447

Total net position 4 ,109,247 4 ,023,265 3 ,229,022 90,064 11,451,598

Total liabilities, deferred inflows of

resources, and net position $ 4 ,477,425 $ 4 ,320,000 $ 3 ,331,060 $ 163,918 $ 1 2,292,403

CITY OF MOUNDS VIEW

Statement of Revenues, Expenses, and Changes in Fund Net Position

Proprietary Funds

Year Ended December 31, 2018

Business-Type Activities – Enterprise Funds

Non-major

Sanitary Storm Street

Water Sewer Water Light Totals

Operating revenues

Sales/user fees $ 1 ,213,210 $ 1 ,677,163 $ 2 92,431 $ 104,322 $ 3 ,287,126

Meter charges 4 ,601 - - - 4 ,601

Connection charges 3 7,100 1 ,000 - - 3 8,100

Intergovernmental

State pension contribution 1 ,457 1 ,362 4 73 - 3 ,292

Other income 6 48 - - - 6 48

Total operating revenues 1 ,257,016 1 ,679,525 2 92,904 104,322 3 ,333,767

Operating expenses

Personal services 3 28,982 3 02,497 1 14,323 7,540 7 53,342

Supplies 9 4,202 3 5,407 1 9,428 90 1 49,127

Contractual services 3 32,701 8 1,114 6 1,228 77,417 5 52,460

Disposal charges - 9 72,248 - - 9 72,248

Depreciation 2 40,717 1 01,597 3 9,016 - 3 81,330

Total operating expenses 9 96,602 1 ,492,863 2 33,995 85,047 2 ,808,507

Operating income 2 60,414 1 86,662 5 8,909 19,275 5 25,260

Nonoperating revenues (expenses)

Investment income 7 ,370 3 1,077 2 7,352 1,921 6 7,720

Interest expense - - - (2,118) ( 2,118)

Total nonoperating

revenues (expenses) 7 ,370 3 1,077 2 7,352 (197) 6 5,602

Income before transfers 2 67,784 2 17,739 8 6,261 19,078 5 90,862

Transfer out (144,103) (109,860) (40,067) ( 2,771) (296,801)

Change in net position 1 23,681 1 07,879 4 6,194 16,307 2 94,061

Net position – beginning 3 ,985,566 3 ,915,386 3 ,182,828 73,757 11,157,537

Total net position - ending $ 4 ,109,247 $ 4 ,023,265 $ 3 ,229,022 $ 90,064 $ 11,451,598

CITY OF MOUNDS VIEW

Statement of Cash Flows

Proprietary Funds

Year Ended December 31, 2018

Business-Type Activities – Enterprise Funds

Non-major

Sanitary Storm Street

Water Sewer Water Light Totals

Cash flows from operating activities

Receipts from customers and users $ 1,217,915 $ 1,656,299 $ 285,308 $ 104,081 $ 3,263,603

Payments to employees ( 337,748) ( 305,393) (115,995) ( 7,558) ( 766,694)

Payments to suppliers ( 94,202) ( 35,407) ( 19,428) ( 90) ( 149,127)

Payments to contractors ( 352,400) ( 1,215,081) ( 87,610) ( 78,255) ( 1,733,346)

Net cash flows from operating activities 433,565 100,418 62,275 18,178 614,436

Cash flows from noncapital financing activities

Transfers to other funds ( 144,103) ( 109,860) ( 40,067) ( 2,771) ( 296,801)

Principal paid on lease - - - ( 7,133) ( 7,133)

Interest paid on lease - - - ( 2,118) (2,118)

Net cash flows from noncapital financing activities ( 144,103) ( 109,860) ( 40,067) ( 12,022) ( 306,052)

Cash flows from capital and related financing activities

Purchases of capital assets ( 4,150) ( 4,150) - - ( 8,300)

Cash flows from investing activities

Change in fair value of investments ( 2,629) ( 6,801) ( 5,891) ( 430) ( 15,751)

Interest received 9,999 37,878 33,243 2,351 83,471

Net cash flows from investing activities 7,370 31,077 27,352 1,921 67,720

Net change in cash and cash equivalents 292,682 17,485 49,560 8,077 367,804

Cash and temporary investments, January 1 423,231 2,172,237 1,835,108 128,092 4,558,668

Cash and temporary investments, December 31 $ 715,913 $ 2,189,722 $ 1,884,668 $ 136,169 $ 4,926,472

Reconciliation of operating income to net cash

flows from operating activities

Operating income $ 260,414 $ 186,662 $ 58,909 $ 19,275 $ 525,260

Adjustments to reconcile operating income to net

cash flows from operating activities

Depreciation expense 240,717 101,597 39,016 - 381,330

(Increase) decrease in accounts receivable ( 38,749) ( 23,213) ( 7,123) ( 241) ( 69,326)

(Increase) decrease in intergovernmental receivables 2,288 - - - 2,288

(Increase) decrease in special assessments receivable ( 1,183) 1,349 - - 166

(Increase) decrease in deferred outflows 27,599 25,796 8,956 - 62,351

Increase (decrease) in accounts/contracts payable ( 14,384) ( 160,984) ( 26,382) ( 838) ( 202,588)

Increase (decrease) in wages and benefits payable 2,539 3,250 740 1 89 6,718

Increase (decrease) in compensated absences ( 3,073) 1,548 259 ( 207) ( 1,473)

Increase (decrease) in net pension liability ( 57,406) ( 53,654) ( 18,629) - ( 129,689)

Increase (decrease) in due to other governments ( 718) ( 735) - - ( 1,453)

Increase (decrease) in deposits payable ( 4,597) - - - ( 4,597)

Increase (decrease) in deferred inflows 20,118 18,802 6,529 - 45,449

Total adjustments 173,151 ( 86,244) 3,366 ( 1,097) 89,176

Net cash flows from operating activities $ 433,565 $ 100,418 $ 62,275 $ 18,178 $ 614,436

process, contact Ramsey County

Elections at elections@co.ramsey.

mn.us or 651-266-2171.

(Bulletin: July 10, 2019)

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District 621

NOTICE OF FILING

2019 SCHOOL DISTRICT

GENERAL ELECTION

MOUNDS VIEW PUBLIC

SCHOOLS

Notice is hereby given that a filing

period will be held for candidates

seeking election to the Mounds View

school board at the general election

to be conducted on November 5,

2019. The filing period will open

Tuesday, July 30 at 8 a.m. and

close Tuesday, August 13 at 5 p.m.

Candidates may file an affidavit of

withdrawal no later than 5 p.m. on

Thursday, August 15.

Affidavits of candidacy must be filed

at the Ramsey County Elections

office, located at 90 West Plato Blvd,

Suite 160 in Saint Paul. This office

will be open for filings from 8 a.m.

to 4:30 p.m. on each weekday of the

filing period except Tuesday, August

13 and Thursday, August 15 when

office hours will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Mounds View Public Schools

School Board Member – Four atlarge

seats

A filing fee or petition in place of

the filing fee must be filed with the

affidavit of candidacy. The filing fee

for this office is as follows.

School Board Member - $2

For more information about the

filing process, contact Ramsey

County Elections at elections@

ramseycounty.us or 651-266-2171.

(Bulletin: July 10, 2019)

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District 623

SECTION 00 1110 -

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

1.01 INTRODUCTORY

INFORMATION

A. From: Kraus-Anderson

Construction Company acting on

behalf of Roseville Area Schools

(Owner).

B. Project: Roseville Area Middle

School – Addition & Remodel

C. Key Dates:

1. Pre Bid Date: Tuesday July 9th

2019 @ 8:00 AM, at Roseville Area

Middle School – 15 County Road B2

East, Little Canada, MN 55117. Meet

at front entrance.

2. Cut off Date for Questions:

Thursday, July 11th @ 3:00 PM.

3. Bid Due Date: Thursday,

July 18th @ 2:00 PM, at DC Board

Room – 1251 County Road B2 W,

Roseville, MN 55113.

D. Method of Delivery: Kraus-

Anderson Construction Company

has been selected as an Agency

Construction Manager by Roseville

Area Schools to administer the

construction of Roseville Area Middle

School – Addition & Remodel.

1. The overall project consists of

a gymnasium addition, laboratory

and classroom renovations, and

mechanical and electrical system

construction.

2. The work will be constructed

in accordance with the Project

Schedule.

E. Work Included in this

Offering: We are presently soliciting

competitive “Prime Contract Bids”

for the following portions of work as

defined herein.

1. All portions of the Work as

defined in Section 01 12 10.

F. Bid Date and Location: Sealed

bids will be received at DC Board

Room, 1251 County Road B2 W,

Roseville, MN 55113, then publicly

opened and read aloud. Bids will be

received until 2:00 PM, on July 18th.

G. Bid Security: Each bid shall be

accompanied by Bid Security in form

of certified check, cashier’s check

or bid bond in amount of five (5)

percent of Base Bid submitted, made

payable to Owner, as guarantee that

Bidder will, if awarded, enter into

Contract in accordance with Contract

Documents and submitted Bid.

1.02 QUESTIONS SHALL BE

SUBMITTED TO

A. Questions shall be submitted

to Kraus-Anderson Construction

Company at the address below on or

before the Date indicated above.

Mark Oelrich

Kraus-Anderson Construction

Company

501 South Eighth Street

Minneapolis, MN 55404

Phone: 612-255-2458

Email: mark.oelrich@

Krausanderson.com

1.03 AVAILABILITY OF BIDDING

DOCUMENTS

A. Location for Review and

Examination: Bidding Documents

(Project Manual, Drawings, and

other Contract Documents) are

available at the locations indicated

below for review and examination:

1. Builder’s Exchanges and

Planrooms

MEDA

250 Second Avenue South, #106

Minneapolis, MN 55401

Phone: 612-259-6561

planroom@meda.net

Albert Lea Area Builders Exchange

2580 Bridge Avenue

Albert Lea, MN 56007

Phone: 507-373-3938

ISQFT & AGC Of MN Planroom

525 Park Street, #110

St. Paul, MN 55103

Phone: 800-364-2059

agcminnesota@isqft.com

Builders Exchange of St. Cloud

110 – 6th Avenue South

St.Cloud, MN 56301

Phone: 320-252-5832

a d m i n i s t r a t i o n @

stcloudbuildersexchange.com

Mid-Minnesota Builders Exchange

2104 Highway 12 East

Willmar, MN 56201

Phone: 320-235-0279

chamber@willmarareachamber.

com

Builders Exchange of Rochester

108 Elton Hills Lane NW

Rochester, MN 55901

Phone: 507-282-6531

planroom@bexroch.com

Austin Builders Exchange

329 N Main Street, Suite 102

Austin, MN 55912

Phone: 507-437-4561

admin@austincoc.com

Mankato Builders Exchange

75 Navaho Avenue, Suite 2

Mankato, MN 56001

Phone: 507-387-2002

Minnesota Builders Exchange

(MBEX)

1123 Glenwood Avenue

Minneapolis, MN 55405

Phone: 612-381-2620

projects@mbex.org

South Central Builders Exchange

1240 Lake Avenue

Fairmont, MN 56031

Phone: 507-235-6619

Southwest Builders Exchange

425 W Main Street

Marshall, MN 56258

Phone: 507-537-1489

B. Procurement of Documents

for Bidders on Prime Contracts:

1. Prime Bidders may obtain

electronic Bidding Documents at no

charge from:

Isqft

2. Please contact Silvia Magana at

Silvia.Magana@Krausanderson.com

or 612.332.7281 to receive an invite

from Isqft.

C. Examination of Documents:

Bidder shall carefully examine entire

content of Bidding Documents to

become thoroughly familiar with the

documents and project requirements.

Refer to Instructions to Bidders for

additional requirements.

D. Examination of the Site:

Bidders shall make arrangements

with the Construction Manager

to visit the project site to obtain

first-hand knowledge of existing

conditions, including existing utilities

and services, obstacles which

may be encountered and all other

conditions relative to the Work to be

performed

1.04 OTHER CONDITIONS

A. Time of Completion: Refer to

Section 01 32 10 - Bids shall reflect

all costs necessary to meet this

schedule requirement.

B. Owner’s Right to Reject Bids:

Owner reserves the right to reject a

Bid which is in any way incomplete

or irregular or to waive informalities

or irregularities in a Bid received, and

accept a Bid, which in the Owner’s

judgment is in the Owner’s best

interests.

C. Additional Compensation:

Contractors shall not receive extra

payments for conditions which can

be determined by examining the site

and the Contract Documents.

(Roseville Review: July 2, 9, 2019)

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Minutes

District 621

REGULAR MEETING

Pursuant to due call and notice

thereof, a regular meeting of the

School Board of Independent School

District No. 621, State of Minnesota,

was called to order by Jonathan

Weinhagen, Chair, at 7:00 p.m., June

11, 2019. Meeting was duly held at

the District Center, 4570 Victoria

Street N, Shoreview, MN 55126.

Present: Bock, Glasheen,

Helgeson, Sager, Weinhagen,

Westerman

Superintendent Chris Lennox

Absent: Jones

Motion by Sager, seconded by

Helgeson, to adopt the agenda as

printed. Voting aye: all; nay: none.

Motion carried.

The Board recognized athletes from

Mounds View High Schools spring

sports who qualified for post-season

competition.

The following individual registered

to speak at Open Forum:

Iman Deviche, Fridley

Renewable energy

Joyna Kavathekar, Shoreview

Renewable energy

Andrea Abeln, New Brighton

Renewable energy

Poornima Kavathekar, Shoreview

Renewable energy

Michael Cartwright, Shoreview

Renewable energy

Announcements were made

concerning gifts and meeting dates.

Superintendent’s report:

* Congratulations to graduates,

thanks to students, faculty and staff

for a successful year

* Location of summer

programming due to construction

Motion by Sager, seconded by

Glasheen, to take action on the

consent agenda as follows:

Approve minutes:

Approve the minutes of May 14,

2019 as printed.

Approve personnel changes as

follows

new hire:

Chamberlain, Jamie TL

8-14-19

Davis, Danial HV

8-14-19

Deer, Stephanie PLEC

8-14-19

Dugger, Kristine CH

9-3-19

Erickson, Peter ID

8-14-19

Fink, Avis CH

8-14-19

Foster, Jessica MV

8-14-19

Gurlanski, Taylor EW

8-14-19

Hillman, Kevin ID

8-14-19

Katzmann, Katherine CH

8-14-19

Kirchoff, Angela MV

8-14-19

Kolbeck, Brittany HV

8-14-19

Lockwood, Kristianna CH

8-14-19

Matson, Jessica PL/DC

7-1-19

Morben, Ashley PLEC-K

8-14-19

Nelson, James MV

5-20-19

Olivar, Karina VH

8-14-19

Olson, Emily CH

8-14-19

Paulson, Lindsay IL

8-14-19

Pierron, Jennifer BA

8-14-19

Rashid, Hamad CH

8-14-19

Satchel, Anthony ID

8-14-19

City of Shoreview, Minnesota

SUMMARY FINANCIAL REPORT The purpose of this report is to provide a summary of financial information concerning the City of Shoreview to interested citizens. The complete financial

statements may be examined at the City Hall, 4600 Victoria Street North. Questions about this report should be directed to Fred Espe, Finance Director at 651-490-4600.

(Bulletin: July 10, 2019)

____

STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS

PROPRIETARY FUNDS

For the Year Ended December 31, 2018

REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES FOR

GENERAL OPERATIONS

(Governmental Funds)

STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENSES

AND CHANGES IN FUND NET POSITION

PROPRIETARY FUNDS

For the Year Ended December 31, 2018

STATEMENT OF NET POSITION

PROPRIETARY FUNDS

December 31, 2018

The purpose of this report is to provide a summary of financial information concerning the City of Shoreview

to interested citizens. The complete financial statements may be examined at the City Hall, 4600 Victoria Street North.

Questions about this report should be directed to Fred Espe, Finance Director at 651-490-4600.

Percent

Total Total Increase

Revenues: 2018 2017 (Decrease)

Taxes:

General property taxes $ 11,433,913 $ 10,907,023 4.83%

Tax increments 1,027,508 861,608 19.25%

Franchise tax 1,259,315 1,275,995 (1.31%)

Special assessments 351,436 311,968 12.65%

Licenses and permits 634,797 1 ,000,637 (36.56%)

Intergovernmental 1,778,150 1,484,186 19.81%

Charges for services 5,832,229 6 ,126,896 (4.81%)

Fines and forfeits 59,366 47,899 23.94%

Earnings on investments 445,005 307,559 44.69%

Billboard fees 52,862 58,716 (9.97%)

Antenna fees 464,364 430,740 7.81%

Park dedication fees 11,487 306,538 (96.25%)

Other 106,590 120,093 (11.24%)

Total revenues $ 23,457,022 $ 23,239,858 0.93%

Per Capita $ 886.94 $ 881.43 0.63%

Expenditures:

Current:

General government $ 2,518,533 $ 2,633,535 (4.37%)

Public safety 4,059,505 4,384,589 (7.41%)

Public works 2,586,700 2 ,116,201 22.23%

Parks and recreation 6,593,145 6,622,590 (0.44%)

Community development 1,643,991 1 ,626,053 1.10%

Capital outlay:

General government 26,368 140,018 (81.17%)

Public safety 26,588 40,677 (34.64%)

Public works 3,053,818 2 ,035,022 50.06%

Parks and recreation 15,126,193 2 ,950,752 412.62%

Debt service:

Principal 1,849,965 1 ,010,000 83.16%

Interest and paying agent fees 590,090 371,635 58.78%

Total expenditures $ 38,074,896 $ 23,931,072 59.10%

Per Capita $ 1,439.67 $ 907.65 58.62%

Total Long-term Indebtedness $ 33,687,939 $ 32,713,173 2.98%

Per Capita $ 1,273.79 $ 1,240.73 2.66%

General Fund Unassigned Fund Balance - December 31 $ 4,321,592 $ 4,915,075 (12.07%)

Per Capita $ 163.41 $ 186.42 (12.34%)

City of Shoreview, Minnesota

Summary Financial Report

Revenues and Expenditures for General Operations

(Governmental Funds)

Governmental

Activities -

Surface Street Totals Internal

Water Sewer Water Lights Current Year Service Funds

Cash flows from operating activities:

Receipts from customers and users $ 3,435,282 $4 ,334,905 $1 ,866,383 $ 682,578 $ 10,319,148 $ –

Receipts from interfund services provided – – – – – 1 ,306,786

Payments to suppliers ( 729,236) (2,418,126) ( 447,712) ( 203,785) ( 3,798,859) (377,484)

Payments to employees ( 733,119) ( 642,663) ( 377,363) (6,992) ( 1,760,137) (241,383)

Payments for interfund services used ( 225,430) ( 336,700) ( 121,210) (33,210) ( 716,550) –

Miscellaneous revenue 3 ,217 2,838 1 ,324 – 7 ,379 20,278

Net cash flows from operating activities 1,750,714 9 40,254 9 21,422 4 38,591 4 ,050,981 708,197

Cash flows from noncapital financing activities:

Transfer to other funds ( 385,521) ( 191,000) ( 176,000) (32,400) ( 784,921) (1,771)

Cash flows from capital and related financing activities:

Proceeds from sales of capital assets – – – – – 1 39,503

Proceeds from the sale of bonds 2,757,066 6 39,562 1,172,595 – 4 ,569,223 –

Acquisition and construction of capital assets ( 769,731) ( 463,489) ( 843,542) (72,590) ( 2,149,352) (630,721)

Receipts from taxpayers – – – – – 1 81,306

Transfers from other funds – – – – – 1 19,400

Capital contributions 8 ,500 – – – 8 ,500 –

Principal paid on capital debt (1,065,000) ( 250,000) ( 380,000) – ( 1,695,000) (270,000)

Interest and paying agent fees on capital debt ( 481,283) ( 85,715) ( 91,982) – ( 658,980) (114,141)

Net cash flows from capital

and related financing activities 4 49,552 ( 159,642) ( 142,929) (72,590) 7 4,391 (574,653)

Cash flows from investing activities:

Earnings on investments 3 9,821 5 3,021 2 0,786 7,200 1 20,828 27,701

Net change in cash and cash equivalents 1,854,566 6 42,633 6 23,279 3 40,801 3 ,461,279 159,474

Cash and cash equivalents - January 1 3,507,877 3,881,550 1,489,840 3 34,851 9 ,214,118 2,202,464

Cash and cash equivalents - December 31 $ 5,362,443 $ 4,524,183 $ 2,113,119 $ 675,652 $ 12,675,397 $ 2,361,938

Reconciliation of operating income (loss) to net cash

flows from operating activities:

Operating income (loss) $ 676,599 $ 647,696 $ 632,553 $ 364,030 $ 2,320,878 $ (17,944)

Adjustments to reconcile operating income (loss) to net

cash flows from operating activities:

Miscellaneous revenue 3,217 2,838 1,324 – 7,379 20,278

Depreciation 943,063 321,544 293,046 84,306 1,641,959 711,315

Decrease (increase) in receivables 121,663 ( 11,819) 10,509 950 121,303 (67)

Decrease (increase) in prepaid items ( 2,378) ( 13,680) ( 2,233) (19) (18,310) 359

Decrease (increase) in deferred outflows 52,347 46,188 21,555 – 120,090 15,396

Increase (decrease) in payables ( 51,280) ( 59,116) ( 38,413) (10,676) (159,485) (23,341)

Increase (decrease) in deferred inflows 7,483 6,603 3,081 – 17,167 2,201

Total adjustments 1,074,115 2 92,558 2 88,869 74,561 1 ,730,103 726,141

Net cash flows from operating activities $ 1,750,714 $ 940,254 $ 921,422 $ 438,591 $ 4,050,981 $ 708,197

Noncash investing, capital, and financing activities:

Contributions of capital assets -

Governmental funds $ 48,600 $ – $ 41,425 $ – $ 90,025 $ –

External 55,000 70,000 155,000 15,000 295,000 –

Capital assets purchased on account -

Accounts payable – ( 850) – – (850) –

Contracts payable – (208,509) 15,325 – (193,184) –

Due from other governmental units -

Contributions – – 197,500 – 197,500 –

Taxes receivable – – – – – 256

Business-Type Activities - Enterprise Funds

City of Shoreview, Minnesota

Statement of Cash Flows

Proprietary Funds

For the Year Ended December 31, 2018

Governmental

Activities -

Surface Street Totals Internal

Assets: Water Sewer Water Lights Current Year Service Funds

Current assets:

Cash and investments $ 5,362,443 $ 4,524,183 $ 2,113,119 $ 675,652 $ 12,675,397 $ 2,361,938

Accrued interest receivable 7,335 10,631 4,121 1,546 23,633 5,511

Accounts receivable:

Customers 626,076 990,214 417,527 102,218 2,136,035 301

Customer accounts certified to County 56,310 81,940 27,104 11,506 1 76,860 –

Taxes receivable – – – – – 3,941

Due from other governmental units 137,496 2,442 199,179 326 3 39,443 –

Prepaid items 3,270 184,751 2,397 37 190,455 1,070

Total current assets 6,192,930 5,794,161 2,763,447 791,285 15,541,823 2,372,761

Noncurrent assets:

Special assessments receivable 14,174 13,429 3,125 235 30,963 –

Capital assets:

Land 27,577 11,459 286,166 – 3 25,202 36,293

Buildings and structures 19,181,579 1,992,588 – – 2 1,174,167 6,929,379

Machinery and equipment 2,552,665 87,475 8,538 723 2,649,401 6,407,627

Distribution and collection systems 19,878,672 13,609,503 14,347,562 2,905,908 5 0,741,645 –

Construction in progress 818,331 231,077 926,139 72,590 2,048,137 –

Total capital assets 42,458,824 15,932,102 15,568,405 2,979,221 7 6,938,552 1 3,373,299

Less accumulated depreciation (15,343,001) (8,879,189) (3,713,236) (1,250,455) ( 29,185,881) ( 5,839,543)

Total capital assets (net of accumulated depreciation) 27,115,823 7,052,913 11,855,169 1,728,766 47,752,671 7,533,756

Total noncurrent assets 27,129,997 7,066,342 11,858,294 1,729,001 47,783,634 7,533,756

Total assets 33,322,927 12,860,503 14,621,741 2,520,286 63,325,457 9,906,517

Deferred outflows of resources:

Deferred pension resources 72,138 63,652 29,704 – 165,494 21,217

Liabilities:

Current liabilities:

Accounts payable 59,761 6,349 3,349 12,508 81,967 12,539

Salaries payable 28,643 25,464 14,201 296 68,604 8,920

Contracts payable – 30,097 15,325 – 45,422 –

Accrued bond interest payable 183,404 31,741 31,731 – 246,876 46,297

Customer deposits payable 5,888 – – – 5,888 –

Due to other governmental units 16,144 – 3,122 – 19,266 270

Compensated absences payable 2,820 2,479 1,252 89 6,640 631

Bonds payable 2,190,000 525,000 495,000 – 3,210,000 280,000

Total current liabilities 2,486,660 621,130 563,980 12,893 3,684,663 348,657

Noncurrent liabilities:

Compensated absences payable (net of current portion) 42,032 36,943 18,665 1,324 98,964 9,397

Bonds payable (net of current portion) 16,820,576 2,901,030 3,394,895 – 2 3,116,501 3,771,544

Net pension liability 420,618 371,134 173,196 – 9 64,948 123,712

Total noncurrent liabilities 17,283,226 3,309,107 3,586,756 1,324 24,180,413 3,904,653

Total liabilities 19,769,886 3,930,237 4,150,736 14,217 27,865,076 4,253,310

Deferred inflows of resources:

Deferred pension resources 115,493 101,906 47,556 – 2 64,955 33,969

Net position:

Invested in capital assets, net of related debt 9,215,699 4,019,941 8,282,678 1,728,766 2 3,247,084 3,482,212

Restricted for trunk facility – 47,983 – – 47,983 –

Unrestricted 4,293,987 4,824,088 2,170,475 777,303 1 2,065,853 2,158,243

Total net position $ 13,509,686 $ 8,892,012 $ 10,453,153 $ 2,506,069 $ 35,360,920 $ 5,640,455

Business-Type Activities - Enterprise Funds

City of Shoreview, Minnesota

Statement of Net Position

Proprietary Funds

December 31, 2018

Governmental

Activities -

Surface Street Totals Internal

Water Sewer Water Lights Current Year Service Funds

Operating revenues:

Customer billings $ 3,285,060 $ 4,341,651 $ 1,846,404 $ 681,333 $ 10,154,448 $ 1,306,786

Water meter sales 9 ,180 – – – 9 ,180 –

Other 1 9,379 5,073 9 ,470 295 3 4,217 –

Total operating revenues 3,313,619 4,346,724 1,855,874 681,628 10,197,845 1,306,786

Operating expenses:

MCES sewer service charges – 2 ,035,014 – – 2 ,035,014 –

Administrative charges 2 25,430 3 36,700 1 21,210 33,210 7 16,550 –

Personal services 7 30,916 6 41,535 3 76,427 7,805 1 ,756,683 2 42,781

Materials and supplies 6 5,248 10,508 1 1,060 4,054 9 0,870 2 30,007

Water meters 2 9,539 – – – 2 9,539 –

Contractual services 4 47,023 3 23,543 4 13,747 38,288 1 ,222,601 1 00,041

Utilities 1 87,097 11,002 5 ,613 149,706 3 53,418 2 1,666

Insurance 8 ,704 19,182 2 ,218 229 3 0,333 1 8,920

Depreciation 9 43,063 3 21,544 2 93,046 84,306 1 ,641,959 7 11,315

Total operating expenses 2,637,020 3,699,028 1,223,321 317,598 7,876,967 1,324,730

Operating income (loss) 676,599 647,696 632,553 364,030 2,320,878 (17,944)

Nonoperating revenues (expenses):

General property taxes – – – – – 1 81,562

Earnings on investments 3 7,520 53,345 2 0,966 7,730 1 19,561 2 8,299

Intergovernmental revenue 3 ,217 2,838 1 ,324 – 7 ,379 9 46

Gain on sale of capital assets – – – – – 7 1,356

Loss on disposal of capital assets – – – – – ( 56,455)

Other – – – – – 1 9,332

Interest ( 409,713) (68,294) ( 67,526) – ( 545,533) ( 99,694)

Fiscal Charges ( 42,929) (9,733) ( 17,139) – ( 69,801) ( 328)

Total nonoperating revenues (expenses) (411,905) (21,844) (62,375) 7,730 (488,394) 145,018

Income (loss) before contributions and transfers 264,694 625,852 570,178 371,760 1,832,484 127,074

Contributions 1 12,100 70,000 3 93,925 15,000 591,025 –

Transfers:

Transfers in – – – – – 1 19,400

Transfers out ( 385,521) ( 191,000) ( 176,000) (32,400) ( 784,921) ( 1,771)

Total transfers (385,521) (191,000) (176,000) (32,400) (784,921) 117,629

Change in net position ( 8,727) 5 04,852 7 88,103 354,360 1 ,638,588 2 44,703

Net position - January 1 13,518,413 8,387,160 9 ,665,050 2,151,709 33,722,332 5 ,395,752

Net position - December 31 $ 13,509,686 $ 8,892,012 $ 10,453,153 $ 2,506,069 $ 35,360,920 $ 5,640,455

Business-Type Activities - Enterprise Funds

City of Shoreview, Minnesota

Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Fund Net Position

Proprietary Funds

For the Year Ended December 31, 2018

Public Notices

Continued on Page 9

Public Notices

Continued from Page 7

Sokolowski, Kelly PLEC-K

8-14-19

Sworsky, Alysa EW

8-14-19

Tallas, Katelyn EW

8-14-19

Van Den Bussche, Alison SLEC-K

8-14-19

Voigtlander, Christine Bridges

8-14-19

Wilt, Cassie IL

8-14-19

rehire:

Gibson, Sally ALC

8-26-19

Keeler, Daniel PW

8-14-19

Moberg, Benjamin MV

8-14-19

Wilson, Rayla IL

8-14-19

leave of absence:

Adebajo, Charles Options

5-7-19 thru 5-19-19 (approx.)

Bergantine, Mary Ann IL

10-21-19 thru 11-27-19 (approx.)

Doroff, Mary HV

2019-20 school year

Fosse, Gina EW

8-26-19 thru 10-16-19 (approx.)

Hemmingsen, Brenda IL

5-10-19 thru 5-17-19

Koehn, Rachel PLEC-K

8-26-19 thru 11-27-19 (approx.)

Lucht, Becca BA/St. John’s

11-8-19 thru 1-3-20 (approx.)

Marvin, Mary PLEC

5-6-19 thru 9-2-19

Meyers, Darius Bridges

5-28-19 thru 7-7-19 (approx.)

Olson, Bobbie ID

5-20-19

Phan, Tram (Jamie) PLEC-K

2019-20 school year

Sorenson, Jennie EW

5-15-19 thru 6-5-19 (approx.)

Storti, Allison ECEC/SLEC

8-1-19 thru 6-30-20

Struck, Daniel PW

9-19-19 thru 10-16-19 (approx.)

return from leave:

Adebajo, Charles Options

5-22-19

Elmquist, Ellen ID

5-20-19

Hanson, Bjorn MV

5-28-19

Hemmingsen, Brenda IL

5-20-19

Jansen, Marjorie CH

6-3-19

Kidd, Ray Monday ID

6-13-19

Schloman, Danielle ECEC

5-9-19

Steele, Susan TL

5-13-19

Tiedeman, Jennifer BA

6-3-19

resignation:

Arsenault, Jane ECEC

6-18-19

Defiel, Jodi SLEC

6-7-19

Domin, Sarah VH

6-7-19

Gibson, Sally ALC

6-8-20

Kuperman, Marina HV

6-7-19

Muehlbach, Julie PLEC-K

6-5-29

Nelson, James MV

5-23-19

Nylander, Jennifer ID

6-7-19

Ries, Anna PW

6-7-19

Storti, Allison On leave

6-30-20

Treuenfels, Maricris SS

6-5-19

Ullmann-Bester, Jane ECEC

6-3-19

Vogt, Jamie PLEC-K

6-7-19

retirement:

Holisky, Diane ID

6-14-19

Savat, Sawn SS

6-5-19

Long-term substitute teachers to

terminate effective 6-7-19:

Natalie Babirand

Anna Hilbelink

Mary Owen

Heidi Boyum

Susan Hoch

Emily Safar

Suzanne Brandt

Henry Huber

Kristine Schwartz

Sarah Carpenter

Kelly Jachymowski

Jean Scott

Amy Carruth

Susan Jarrett

Karen Shih

Laura Chandler

Cynthia Jarvi

Robert Souder

Stephanie Deer

Brooke, Johnson

Jillian Stafki

Cynthia Eng Anderson

Nicole LeCuyer

Jennifer Taylor

Morgan Forsman

Molly Lee

Allison Wiederin

Jessica Friedman

Samantha McDonald

Jermaine Wiley-Clomon

Jenna Grace

Katherine Moore

Rayla Wilson

Monica Graffunder

Marian Murray-Kruse

Christina Zaczkowski

Samantha Hansen

Rachel Nordenstrom

Hannah Zurn

Victoria Henkel

Mandi Ospina

Approve expenditures as follows:

General Fund $3,398.152.09

Nutrition Services 365,946.76

Community Service 109,797.45

Capital Outlay 897,230.60

Building Construction 2,080,507.86

Debt Service 850.00

Trust 4,500.00

Internal Service 238,764.61

Total $7,095,749.37

Bank Wire Transfers:

$23,312,739.29

Accept the following gifts and

extend thanks to the donors:

Wells Fargo Community Support

Campaign for general use at

Valentine Hills, Island Lake,

Chippewa and Mounds View and the

theater at Mounds View ($3,076.52)

3M Foundation for girls swimming

and general use at Mounds View

($933.40)

Linh Buoen and William Dove for

general use at Turtle Lake ($257.72)

Beth Cathcart for Laurentian

Scholarships at Turtle Lake ($25)

US Bank Foundation for general

use at Valentine Hills ($100)

Valentine Hills PTO for Makey

Makey Kits and Breakout EDU kit

($1,800)

Sunnyside PTO for Star Lab and

lunch accounts ($1,300)

Jessie Hoeger for District use ($50)

Two clarinets from Steve & Viola

Gericke, guitar and music books

from Sharon Peterson, flute and

case from Agnes Kiss for the District

music program

Exercise bike from Bachir Zaatari for

the Phy Ed Department at Highview

Math textbooks from Rhone Gavois

for the math program at Highview

The following donations are for the

Ralph Reeder Food Shelf from:

Boy Scout Troop 639 ($1,685)

Jacob Conklin ($500)

Diane & Kevin Kuehn ($500)

Medtronic Foundation ($500)

David Montgomery ($1,000)

Morgan Stanley Foundation

($1,500)

Sunrise United Methodist Church

($972)

Donation of Sick Leave:

Approve the requests to donate sick

leave to the indicated employees

to a maximum of 20 days for a

10-month employee and 24 days for

a 12-month employee.

Approve the following resolution

changing the location of a polling

place:

RESOLUTION CHANGING THE

LOCATION OF A POLLING PLACE

FOR THE 2019 SCHOOL DISTRICT

ELECTION

WHEREAS, on December 18, 2018

the District established polling places

and combined polling places for

school district elections held during

calendar year 2019; and

WHEREAS, Valentine Hills

Elementary School was designated

as the polling place to serve all

territory in Independent School

District No. 621 located in the City

of Arden Hills, Precinct 2; Ramsey

County, Minnesota, and

WHEREAS, Valentine Hills

Elementary School has become

unavailable to serve as a polling

place for the District’s Election; and

WHEREAS, Minnesota Statutes,

Section 204B.16 authorizes the

change in a polling place that was

approved before December 31, 2018

if the polling place is not available:

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT

RESOLVED by the School Board of

Independent School District No. 621,

State of Minnesota, as follows:

1. The polling place for all territory

in Independent School District No.

621 located in the City of Arden

Hills, Precinct 2; Ramsey County,

Minnesota, is hereby changed

for elections held in 2019 from

Valentine Hills Elementary School

to North Heights Lutheran Church,

1700 Highway 96 West, Arden Hills,

Minnesota.

2. Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes,

Section 204B.16, subd. 1a, the

District shall send a notice of change

in this polling place location to each

affected household with at least

one registered voter in the precinct.

The notice should be sent at least

25 days before the next election

by nonforwardable mail stating the

location of the new polling place.

Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion

carried.

Representatives from Kraus

Anderson provided an update on

construction progress and timelines

across the District. They also shared

insights about how the process is

working and the progress that has

been made to date. Discussion

followed.

Carole Nielsen, Executive Director

of Administrative Services, reviewed

the Community Service, Capital

Outlay, Debt Service and Nutrition

Service Budgets for 2019-20.

Discussion followed.

Carole Nielsen presented an

enrollment and class size report as of

6/11/19 for the 2019-20 school year.

Discussion followed.

Superintendent Lennox presented

a draft of the 2019-20 District

Operational Plan (DOP) which

the Board has reviewed in work

sessions. Motion by Westerman,

seconded by Helgeson, to approve

the District Operational Plan as the

administrative work plan for the

2019-20 school year. Voting aye: all;

nay; none. Motion carried.

Superintendent Lennox provided an

AMSD/Legislative update and Board

member Sager provided a Northeast

Metro 916 update.

As liaisons to schools and on

committees, Board members

reported on events in which they had

participated.

Chair Weinhagen read the following

statement:

On May 30, I received a letter

from Board member Amy Jones

announcing that she will be resigning

from the Board effective June 25,

2019.

The Board will be taking applications

to fill the remainder of Amy Jones’

term which expires January 6, 2020.

Interested and qualified candidates

can download an application from

the District’s website or contact

the Superintendent’s Office.

Applications must be received by

June 18 at 4:30 p.m.

Potential applicants will be

interviewed at a public work session

on June 25, 2019 at the District

Center.

Meeting adjourned at 8:10 p.m.

Sandra Westerman, Clerk

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District 623

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION

MINUTES OF THE MEETING

SCHOOL BOARD

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 623

ROSEVILLE AREA SCHOOLS

JUNE 11, 2019

These are the abridged minutes

from the School Board meeting

held on June 11, 2019, which were

approved at the June 25, 2019,

School Board meeting.

The regular meeting was called to

order at 6:30 p.m.

Board Members present: Anderson,

Boguszewski, Gogins, Johnson,

Shaw

Board Members absent: Azer

Administrative staff present:

Collins, Loeck, Mobley, Schaub,

Sicoli, Thompson, Von De Linde

Reports and Non-Action Items:

1. Staff summarized the Alternative

Teacher Professional Pay System

annual report.

Action Items:

1. The consent agenda including

the minutes of the regular school

board meeting on May 28, 2019;

payment of bills; resignations,

appointments, reductions,

adjustments; gifts; Apple Corporation

equipment lease; Suburban Ramsey

Family Collaborative support

services agreement; and Suburban

Ramsey Family Collaborative fiscal

services agreement was approved.

2. Policy 520: Student Discipline

was approved as a second reading.

3. The Resolution Approving

Northeast Metropolitan Intermediate

School District No. 916’s Long

Term Facility Maintenance Program

Budget and Authorizing the Inclusion

of a Proportionate Share of Those

Projects in the District’s Application

for Long Term Facility Maintenance

Revenue was approved.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:27

p.m.

Mike Boguszewski, Clerk

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Public Notices

Continued from Page 8

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