Public Notices December 17, 2017 - Roseville Area Review

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

ASSUMED NAME: Arthur’s Senior

Care

PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS:

2437 Rice Street, Roseville MN

55113

NAMEHOLDERS: Arthur’s

Residential Care, LLC, 2437 Rice

Street, Roseville MN 55113

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: 12/07/2017

/s/ Lila M. Schue

(Roseville Review: Dec. 12, 19,

2017)

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

The Ramsey-Washington Metro

Watershed District, pursuant to

Minnesota Statute 103B.227, is

soliciting interest proposals for legal,

professional or technical consultant

services. The Ramsey-Washington

Metro Watershed District consulting

positions are as follows: Attorney,

Engineer and Accountant.

These positions are consulting

positions and if you are interested in

applying, please forward your letter

of interest and information about

your services no later than January

10, 2018 to the following address:

Ramsey-Washington Metro

Watershed District

c/o Ms. Tina Carstens

2665 Noel Drive

Little Canada, MN 55117

(Roseville Review: Dec. 12, 19,

2017)

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NON-DISCRIMINATION

NOTICE

North Como Preschool, 965

Larpenteur Avenue West, admits

students of any race, color, national

and ethnic origin to all the rights,

privileges, programs, and activities

generally accorded or made

available to students at the school.

It does not discriminate on the

basis of race, color, creed, religion,

national and ethnic origin, gender,

marital status, sexual orientation,

status with regard to public

assistance, disablity, age, or any

other protected category under state

and federal laws in administration of

its education policies and admission

policies. Enrollment of children

with handicaps will be contingent

of the State Department of Human

Services.

(Roseville Review: Dec. 19, 2017)

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AMENDMENT TO

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

1. List the exact assumed name

under which the business is or will be

conducted: Bendu Catering Services

2. Principal Place of Business: 1399

10th St. NW #103, New Brighton MN

55112

3. List the name and complete street

address of all persons conducting

business under the above Assumed

Name: Bendu Helb Boimah, 1399

10th St. NW #103, New Brighton MN

55112

4. This certificate is an amendment

of Certificate of Assumed Name File

Number: 820129900041

Originally filed on: 04/06/2015

Under the name: NA

5. 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: 10-31-17

/s/ Bendu Helb Boimah,

Owner

(Bulletin: Dec. 13, 20, 2017)

____

CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

ASSUMED NAME: Minnesota

Water Treatment

PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS:

3180 Country Drive, Little Canada

MN 55117

NAMEHOLDERS: Aquarius Water

Conditioning, Inc., 3180 Country

Drive, Little Canada Minnesota

55117

I, the undersigned, certify that I

am signing this document as the

person whose signature is required,

or as agent of the person(s) whose

signature would be required who has

authorized me to sign this document

on his/her behalf, or in both

capacities. I further certify that I have

completed all required fields, and

that the information in this document

is true and correct and in compliance

with the applicable chapter of

Minnesota Statutes. I understand

that by signing this document I am

subject to the penalties of perjury as

set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had

signed this document under oath.

Date: 11/28/2017

/s/ Jeffrey Dougherty

(Roseville Review: Dec. 19, 26,

2017)

____

CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

ASSUMED NAME: MnSota Style

PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS:

950 California Ave W, St. Paul MN

55117

NAMEHOLDERS: BobbiLe Marie

Ndiaye, 950 California Ave W, St.

Paul MN 55117

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: 12/07/2017

/s/ BobbiLe Ndiaye

(Roseville Review: Dec. 19, 26,

2017)

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Arden Hills

CITY OF ARDEN HILLS

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

ON COUNTY ROAD F

STREET AND UTILITY

IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

Notice is hereby given that the

Arden Hills city council will meet at

7:00 p.m. on Monday, January 8,

2017 at Arden Hills city hall, 1245

Hwy 96 W, to conduct a public

hearing on whether to undertake

the proposed street and utility

improvement project.

The proposed project includes the

street and utility reconstruction of

County Road F between Hamline

Avenue and Lexington Avenue,

including intersection improvements

at Innovation Way.

The improvements are estimated

to cost $2,329,655.42. A reasonable

estimate of the impact of the

assessment will be available at the

hearing.

Persons wishing to express an

opinion regarding the improvement

project are invited to attend and

testify at the hearing or to submit

written comments prior to or at the

hearing.

If you have any questions, please

contact City Engineer, Sue Polka at

(651) 792-7846.

BY ORDER OF THE ARDEN HILLS

CITY COUNCIL

/s/ William Joynes, City

Administrator

(Bulletin: Dec. 20, 2017)

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STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

CITY OF ARDEN HILLS

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING FOR A

PRELIMINARY PLAT AND

FINAL PLAT, AND VACATION

OF EASEMENT

PLANNING CASE 17-029

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

that on Wednesday, January 10,

2018 at 6:30 p.m., the Arden Hills

Planning Commission will hold a

Public Hearing for an application

for a Preliminary Plat, Final Plat,

and Vacation of Easement for a

proposed subdivision of the existing

parcel located at 3685 New Brighton

Road. The site consists of a 1.88

acre parcel of land occupied by one

single-family residential dwelling.

The proposed subdivision would

create two additional lots with

frontage on Thom Drive that are

expected to be developed for singlefamily

residential dwellings.

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 approximately one

week prior to the public hearing. If

the Planning Commission makes

a recommendation regarding this

application, the City Council will likely

review the decision at their January

22, 2018 meeting.

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 Planning Commission

at the time and place above stated.

Written comments can also be sent

to City Hall.

Dated at Arden Hills, Minnesota,

this 13th day of December, 2017.

Matthew Bachler

Senior Planner

651-792-7822

(Bulletin: Dec. 20, 2017)

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CITY OF ARDEN HILLS

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

STATE OF MINNESOTA

SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE

NO. 2017-009

On the 11th day of December, 2017,

the Arden Hills City Council adopted

Appendix A of Ordinance No. 2017-

009, and by five affirmative votes

pursuant to Minn. Stat. §412.191,

Subd. 4, directed that a summary of

Appendix A of Ordinance 2017-009

be published.

Appendix A of Ordinance

2017-009 entitled “2018 Fee

Schedule” an Ordinance

Relating to Fees Payable within

the City of Arden Hills for 2018.

The primary purpose of the

ordinance amendment is to

update the Municipal Code to

reflect fees for the calendar year

of 2018.

A full copy of Appendix A of

Ordinance 2017-009 is available

for inspection by any person during

regular business hours at the office

of the City Administrator, 1245

West Highway 96, Arden Hills,

Minnesota 55112. The Ordinance is

also available online at http://www.

cityofardenhills.com

(Bulletin: Dec. 20, 2017)

____

CITY OF ARDEN HILLS

RAMSEY COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

SUMMARY ORDINANCE

NO. 2017-010

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING

CHAPTER 3, LICENSES

AND REGULATIONS,

OF THE ARDEN HILLS

CITY CODE BY ADDING

SECTION 395 - MOBILE

FOOD UNITS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,

on December 11, 2017, Ordinance

No. 2017-010 was adopted by the

City Council of the City of Arden Hills,

Minnesota.

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN

that, because of the lengthy nature

of Ordinance No. 2017-010, the

following summary of the ordinance

has been prepared for publication.

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that

the ordinance adopted by the City

Council adds Section 395, Mobile

Food Units, to Chapter 3.

Section 395 defines and

permits the operation and

reasonable use of mobile food

units (including food trucks, food

trailers and food carts) within the

City. The Ordinance explains the

procedures on how to apply for

and obtain a license, and the

required fees and insurance

for operating a mobile food

unit. In addition, conditions

of licensing and performance

standards are laid out in detail,

along with prohibited practices

and suspension or revocation

of a license. The ordinance

establishes two license types,

short term (7 days or less) and

longer term (8 days or more

during a year).

A printed copy of the whole

ordinance is available for inspection

by any person during the City’s

regular office hours or on the City’s

website.

APPROVED for publication by the

City Council of the City of Arden

Hills, Minnesota, this 11th day of

December, 2017.

CITY OF ARDEN HILLS

By David Grant, Mayor

ATTEST:

Julie Hanson, City Clerk

(Bulletin: Dec. 20, 2017)

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ORDINANCE NO. 2017-011

CITY OF ARDEN HILLS

RAMSEY COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING

FOR THE ISSUANCE

OF SPECIAL PERMITS

AUTHORIZING EXTENDED

CLOSING TIMES FOR

ON-SALE LIQUOR

ESTABLISHMENTS DURING

THE 2018 SUPER BOWL

THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY

OF ARDEN HILLS, MINNESOTA,

ORDAINS:

WHEREAS, Chapter 1, 2017 MN

Session Laws, Art. 11, §19, provides

the authority for the City to issue

special permits to liquor licensees

during the 2018 National Football

League Super Bowl at U.S. Bank

Stadium to allow for the service of

alcohol through extended hours

lasting until 4:00 a.m., and;

WHEREAS, the City Council

considered the special liquor

license permit at its work session on

November 20, 2017.

NOW THEREFORE, BASED ON

THE REPORT FROM STAFF AND

OTHER INFORMATION RECEIVED,

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE ARDEN

HILLS CITY COUNCIL THAT:

SECTION 1. All liquor may obtain

a permit authorizing on-sale service

of alcohol until 4:00 a.m., during

the authorized period subject to the

conditions in Section 2.

SECTION 2. The following

conditions shall apply to the on-sale

of intoxicating liquor described in

Section 1:

1. Only holders of an existing liquor

license issued by the City are eligible

for the permit;

2. The permit shall only be effective

during the period from 12:00 p.m.,

February 2, 2018, through 4:00 a.m.,

February 5, 2018;

3. At 4:01 a.m., February 5, 2018

the permit shall expire and terminate

with no further action required by the

City; and

4. The permit shall be subject to

the conditions, prohibited acts and

penalties set forth in state law and

city code; and

5. The permit shall be issued by

the city clerk upon receipt of an

application from a licensee in a form

prescribed by the City and payment

of a permit fee of $100.

SECTION 3. This Ordinance shall

have full force and effect upon its

passage and publication as required

by law. The ordinance need not be

codified and shall sunset and be

repealed without further action of the

City Council on February 6, 2018.

PASSED and ADOPTED this 11th

day of December, 2017, by the City

Council of the City of Arden Hills,

Minnesota.

CITY OF ARDEN HILLS

BY David Grant, Mayor

ATTEST:

Julie Hanson, City Clerk

(Bulletin: Dec. 20, 2017)

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ORDINANCE NO. 2017-012

CITY OF ARDEN HILLS

RAMSEY COUNTY,

MINNESOTA

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING

THE ARDEN HILLS CITY

CODE REGARDING

SALARIES FOR THE

MAYOR AND CITY

COUNCILMEMBERS

THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY

OF ARDEN HILLS, MINNESOTA,

ORDAINS:

SECTION 1. Arden Hills City Code

Chapter 2, Administration, Section

210, City Council, Subsection

210.02, Salaries, last amended

in 2007, is hereby amended by

adding the underlined language and

deleting the strikethrough language

as follows:

Subd. 1. The salary of the Mayor

shall be $7,500 $6100 per annum

and shall be paid in one (1) or more

installments as determined by City

Council Resolution.

Subd. 2. The salary of each

Councilmember shall be $6,750

$5,700 per annum and shall be

paid in one (1) or more installments

as determined by City Council

Resolution.

Subd. 3. The salary of the Mayor

and Councilmembers shall be

reviewed every six years or earlier

as determined by the City Council.

SECTION 2. This Ordinance

becomes effective from and after

its passage and publication but no

change of salary shall occur until

after January 1, 2019.

PASSED and ADOPTED this 11th

day of December, 2017, by the City

Council of the City of Arden Hills,

Minnesota.

CITY OF ARDEN HILLS

By David Grant, Mayor

ATTEST:

Julie Hanson, City Clerk

(Bulletin: Dec. 20, 2017)

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Little Canada

CITY OF LITTLE CANADA

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

AUTHORITY

SPECIAL MEETING

Notice is hereby given that the

Economic Development Authority

will hold a Special Meeting on

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 for

the purpose of adopting a 2018

Budget and election of officers.

The special meeting will begin

at 7:30pm and will be held in the

Council Chamber of the City Center

located at 515 East Little Canada

Road in said city.

Joel R. Hanson

City Administrator

(Roseville Review: Dec. 19, 2017)

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CITY OF LITTLE CANADA

CITY COUNCIL

WORKSHOP MEETING

Notice is hereby given that the

Little Canada City Council will hold

a Workshop Meeting on Wednesday,

January 10, 2018 with the Planning

Commission to discuss possible

City Code amendments regarding

outdoor storage in commercial

zoning districts.

The Workshop Meeting will begin

at 6:00 p.m. and will be held in the

Conference Room of the City Center

located at 515 Little Canada Road in

said City.

Joel R. Hanson

City Administrator

(Roseville Review: Dec. 19, 2017)

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New Brighton

ORDINANCE NO. 857

STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

CITY OF NEW BRIGHTON

AN ORDINANCE CHANGING

THE YEAR OF CITY

ELECTIONS;

AMENDING CITY CODE,

SECTION 2-16

THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY

OF NEW BRIGHTON ORDAINS as

follows:

Section 1. Legislative Findings.

(a) Purpose. The City Council has

determined that it is in the best

interests of the City and its residents

to change the year in which the

City’s general municipal elections

are held to even-numbered years

in order to align the City’s elections

with the State and Federal elections.

The purpose of this Ordinance is

to change the timing of the City’s

general municipal election from oddnumbered

years to even-numbered

years.

(b) Authority. Minnesota Statutes

Section 205.07, subdivision 1

authorizes a city to change its

general municipal election by

passage of an ordinance by the city

council at a regular meeting held at

least 180 calendar days before the

first day to file for candidacy in the

next municipal election.

(c) This Ordinance is being adopted

by the City Council at a regular

meeting at least 180 calendar

days before the first day to file for

candidacy at the next City election.

Section 2. Election Year. New

Brighton City Code, Section 2-16 is

amended by deleting the stricken

material and adding the double

underlined material as follows:

Sec. 2-16. Date of Regular

Election.

Commencing with the 1975 2020

City election, the regular election for

City officials shall be held annually

on the first Tuesday after the first

Monday in November of each even

odd-numbered year. The 2019

City election is hereby cancelled.

This provision is made pursuant to

Minnesota Statutes, Section 205.07.

Section 3. Implementation and

Effective Date.

The City Clerk is authorized to take

all actions necessary to provide for

an orderly transition from the existing

election schedule to the schedule

set forth in this section, including

immediately sending written notice of

the change to the County Auditor and

the Secretary of State.

This Ordinance shall be in full force

and effect 240 days after its passage

and publication.

Adopted this 12th day of December,

2017.

S: Valerie Johnson, Mayor

Dean Lotter, City Manager

A: Terri Spangrud, City Clerk

(Bulletin: Dec. 20, 2017)

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Roseville

CITY OF ROSEVILLE

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

Notice is given that the Variance

Board will hold a meeting at City

Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive, at

5:30 p.m. on January 3, 2018, to

consider:

Planning File 17-020: Request by

Meritex Enterprises for a variance

to City Code §1011.03.A.3.e,

landscaping requirements, to permit

reduced tree and shrub quantities

than required for the property at 2501

and 2503 Walnut Street.

How to participate or learn the

recommendation of the Variance

Board

1. Review the Staff Report (available

12/29/17) at: www.cityofroseville.

com/vb-agenda.

2. Call or email Thomas Paschke,

City Planner, at (651) 792-7074 or

planning@cityofroseville.com prior

to hearing or mail a letter.

3. Attend the Public Hearing and

address the Variance Board or view

on Cable Channel 16.

4. Roseville property owners may

appeal Variance Board decisions by

delivering a written appeal to City

Manager’s office in City Hall, 2660

Civic Center Drive, no later than

NOON on 1/15/18.

CITY OF ROSEVILLE

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

Notice is given that the Planning

Commission will hold a meeting at

City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive,

at 6:30 p.m. on January 3, 2018, to

consider:

Project File 0017, Amendment

33: Request by the City of Roseville

for an Official Zoning Map change,

specifically the creation of Office/

Business Park-2 District and other

necessary text amendments to Table

1006-1 and §1001 Definitions to

support the new zoning district.

Planning File 17-022: Request by

JC Penney’s for a Major Plat of their

property to divide off a 1.285 acre

parcel at Fairview and County Road

B2 for the purpose of a Portillo’s

restaurant.

Planning File 17-023: Request

by Portillo’s for a Conditional Use

to permit a drive-through at their

proposed new location in front of JC

Penney’s.

How to participate or learn the

recommendation of the Planning

Commission

1. Review the Staff Report (available

12/29/17) at: www.cityofroseville.

com/pc-agenda.

2. Call or email Thomas Paschke,

City Planner, at (651) 792-7074 or

planning@cityofroseville.com prior

to hearing or mail a letter.

3. Attend the Public Hearing and

address the Planning Commission,

or view on Cable Channel 16.

4. You may also address the City

Council at its meeting regarding

these items, tentatively scheduled

for 1/22/18.

(Roseville Review: Dec. 19, 2017)

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CITY OF ROSEVILLE

ORDINANCE NO. 1537

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING

TITLE THREE CHAPTER 304

TO AMEND REQUIREMENTS

WHERE LAWFUL GAMBLING

PROCEEDS ARE EXPENDED

THE CITY OF ROSEVILLE

ORDAINS:

SECTION 1: Title Three, Chapter

304 of the Roseville City Code is

amended to read as follows:

304.04: CONTRIBUTIONS

C. Excluding amounts contributed

to the Roseville Community Fund,

90% of the remaining net profits shall

be expended in the City’s trade area

as defined in Mn Statutes 349.213,

subd. 1(g). Roseville’s trade area

includes: Roseville, Arden Hills,

Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little

Canada, Maplewood, Minneapolis,

New Brighton, St. Anthony, St. Paul,

and Shoreview.

Passed by the City Council of the

City of Roseville this 11th day of

December, 2017.

CITY OF ROSEVILLE

BY:

Daniel J. Roe, Mayor

ATTEST:

BY:

Patrick Trudgeon, City Manager

(Roseville Review: Dec. 19, 2017)

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CITY OF ROSEVILLE

ORDINANCE SUMMARY

NO. 1538

A SUMMARY OF AN

ORDINANCE AMENDING

TITLE TWO, CHAPTER 208

The following is the official summary

of Ordinance No. 1538 approved

by the City Council of Roseville on

December 11, 2017:

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING

TITLE TWO CHAPTER 208

208.02 is amended to modify

the Finance Commission’s role

with regard to its scope, duties,

and function.

A printed copy of the ordinance

is available for inspection by any

person during regular office hours in

the office of the City Manager at the

Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center

Drive, Roseville, Minnesota 55113. A

copy of the ordinance and summary

is also posted on the internet web

page of the City of Roseville (www.

cityofroseville.com).

ATTEST:

Patrick Trudgeon, City Manager

(Roseville Review: Dec. 19, 2017)

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SECTION 00020 -

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

Lounge Sanitary Sewer Lift Station

Roseville, MN

RECEIPT AND OPENING OF

PROPOSALS: Sealed proposals

for the work described below will

be received by the City Manager at

the Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic

Center Drive, Roseville, MN 55113-

1815 until January 18, 2018 at 1:00

p.m., at which time the bids will be

opened and publicly read.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The

work includes the following:

A. Remove pumps, base elbows,

and controls of existing Lounge Lift

Station. Furnish and install new

pumps, base elbows, and guide rails.

B. Remove and replace all piping

and valves in the wet well and the

valve vault.

C. Recoat wet well structure.

D. Remove and replace structure

top slabs, including hatches, for

both wet well and valve vault. New

hatches will include safety grating.

E. Demolish and replace lift

station controls and control panel.

Salvage and reuse existing SCADA

equipment. Furnish and install new

fiberglass SCADA antenna pole;

include masthead and yard light.

F. Install 300 ft. of new HDPE

forcemain to the discharge manhole.

Abandon and sandfill existing

forcemain.

COMPLETION OF WORK: All work

under the Contract must be complete

within one hundred eighty (180)

calendar days after receipt of the

Notice to Proceed.

BEST VALUE CONTRACTING: The

City believes that only a contractor

with good experience in constructing

this kind of project is necessary.

Two factors will be considered in

the contractor selection process:

price and performance. The process

for consideration of proposals for

the award of the Project will take

into account not only the Contract

amount proposed for construction

items, but also the proposer’s ability

and performance on previous similar

projects, within or outside the City

of Roseville, and the proposer’s

availability of major equipment to

perform this project. The evaluation

criteria to be utilized will be the

total proposal price divided by

the aggregate average technical

performance score, as determined by

the technical evaluation committee

and fully set forth in the Proposing

Requirements Documents.

MINIMUM CONTRACTOR

QUALIFICATIONS: The Bidder

shall have experience as a General

Contractor in the successful

completion of at least three lift station

projects within the last five (5) years.

OBTAINING CONTRACT

DOCUMENTS AND BIDDING

REQUIREMENTS: Plans and

specifications and all contract

documents may be obtained at

the office of Bolton & Menk, Inc.,

12224 Nicollet Avenue, Burnsville,

MN 55337-1649, upon payment

of $50.00, (includes sales tax);

non-refundable for each full set of

specifications and accompanying

drawings. Additional shipping

charges will apply for delivery to

any address not within the lower

48 states. Complete digital project

bidding documents are available at

www.questcdn.com. You may view

the digital plan documents for free by

entering Quest project #5220057 on

the website’s Project Search page.

Documents may be downloaded for

$20.00. Please contact QuestCDN.

com at (952) 233 1632 or info@

questcdn.com for assistance in

free membership registration,

downloading, and working with this

digital project information.

A copy of the plans and

specifications may be inspected at

the following locations:

- Office of Bolton & Menk Inc.,

12224 Nicollet Avenue, Burnsville,

MN 55337

- Minnesota Builders Exchange,

1123 Glenwood Ave., Minneapolis,

MN 55405

- City of Roseville, MN 2660 Civic

Center Drive, Roseville, MN 55113

PLANHOLDERS LIST, ADDENDA

AND BID TABULATION: The

planholders list, addenda and bid

tabulation will be available on-line at

www.bolton-menk.com.

Bids will be received on a lump sum

basis.

BID SECURITY: A certified check or

a Bid Bond satisfactory to the City of

Roseville, Minnesota, in the amount

of not less than 5 percent of the total

Bid price submitted must accompany

each Bid.

LABOR RATES - MINIMUM WAGE

REQUIREMENTS:

This project is being funded by

the City of Roseville, Minnesota.

The project is not subject to the

provisions of Little Davis-Bacon Act.

PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT

BONDS: The successful Bidder will

be required to furnish a Performance

Bond and Labor and Materials

Payment Bond each in the amount of

the Contract.

The Bid, Agreement, and

Bonds shall be conditioned upon

compliance with all provisions of the

Bid Documents.

PROJECT ADMINISTRATION:

All questions relative to this project

prior to the opening of bids shall be

directed to the Engineer/Manager for

the project. It shall be understood,

however, that no specification

interpretations will be made by

telephone.

Address inquiries to:

Bolton & Menk Inc.

Attn: Jacob Humburg

12224 Nicollet Avenue

Burnsville, MN 55337

Tel: 952-890-0509 Ext. 2196

Fax: 952-890-8065

Email: jacobhu@bolton-menk.com

OWNER’S RIGHTS RESERVED:

The OWNER reserves the right to

reject any or all bids, to waive any

informality in a bid, and to make

awards in the interest of the OWNER.

Date: December 14, 2017

Owner: City of Roseville,

Minnesota

/S/ Patrick Trudgeon

City Manager

(Roseville Review: Dec. 19, 26,

2017)

____

St. Anthony

ORDINANCE 2017-05

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING

MULTIPLE SECTIONS

IN CHAPTER 96 RIGHT OF

WAY MANAGEMENT

The City Council of the City of St.

Anthony adopted Ordinance 2017-05

on December 12, 2017, amending

multiple sections of Chapter 96 Right

of Way Management.

The amended ordinance elements

include:

X Allow for small cell facilities, per

state statute.

X Provide a permit and agreement

process for such facilities.

X Provide guidelines and standards

for the facilities.

X Establish a fee for the installation

of small cell facilities, per state

statute.

The full Ordinance is available for

review at City Hall, St. Anthony City

Hall, 3301 Silver Lake Road, St.

Anthony, MN 55418 and at www.

savmn.com

(Bulletin: Dec. 20, 2017)

____

CITY OF SAINT ANTHONY

VILLAGE

STATE OF MINNESOTA

ORDINANCE NO. 2017-04

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING

SECTIONS §33.018 Sewer CHarges

to OWners; 33.036 WATER

Charges to OWNERS AND §33.090

CHARGES FOR STORM WATER

FACILITIES

The City Council of the City of Saint

Anthony Village ordains as follows:

Section One. Amendment to the

City of Saint Anthony Village City

Code Sections §33.018, 33.036

Public Notices

Continued on Page 9

Public Notices

and §33.090 of the City Code of

the City of Saint Anthony Village is

hereby amended as follows. The

deleted language is represented by

strikethrough text. The additional

language is represented by

underlined text.

33.018 SEWER RATES: Usage rate

$4.69 per 1,000 gallons, quarterly

Collection system charge $6.40 per

residential equivalency unit.

33.036 WATER RATES.

Water Usage billing will be

computed quarterly based on

metered water used according to the

tiered rates system below, quarterly

Distribution system charge $6.70 per

residential equivalency unit.

RESIDENTIAL, Consumption

(gallons), Rate/per 1,000 gallons

TIER I, 0-7,500 $3.07

TIER II, 7,500-15,000 $3.24

TIER III, 15,000-22,500 $3.55

TIER IV, 22,500-30,000 $4.08

TIER V, Over 30,000 $5.12

COMMERCIAL, Consumption

(gallons), Rate/per 1,000 gallons

TIER I, 0-7,500 $3.07

TIER II, 7,500-53,500 $3.24

TIER III, 53,500-175,000 $3.55

TIER IV, 175,000-300,000 $4.08

TIER V, Over 300,000 $5.12

WILSHIRE, Consumption

(gallons), Rate/per 1,000 gallons

TIER I, 0-7,500 $3.07

TIER II, 7,500-510,000 $3.24

TIER III, 510,000-610,000 $3.55

TIER IV, 610,000-710,000 $4.08

TIER V, Over 710,000 $5.12

SAVHS, Consumption (gallons)

Rate/per 1,000 gallons

TIER I, 0-7,500 $3.07

TIER II, 7,500-850,000 $3.24

TIER III, 850,000-1,150,000

$3.55

TIER IV, 1,150,000-1,450,000

$4.08

TIER V, Over 1,450,000 $5.12

HAPPY’S, Consumption (gallons)

Rate/per 1,000 gallons

TIER I, 0-7,500 $3.07

TIER II, 7,500-3,650,000 $3.24

TIER III, 3,650,000-4,650,000

$3.55

TIER IV, 4,650,000-5,650,000

$4.08

TIER V, Over 5,650,000 $5.12

33.090 Storm Water Facilities:

(billed quarterly)

Classification Charge (per acre)

1 $64.10

2 $61.80

3 $61.80

4 $147.62

5 $188.28

6 $235.21

Effective Date: This ordinance shall

become effective as of its publication.

First Reading: November 14, 2017

Second Reading: November 28,

2017

Adopted: December 12, 2017

CITY OF SAINT ANTHONY

VILLAGE

By: Jerome O. Faust, Mayor

ATTEST:

By: Nicole Miller, City Clerk

(Bulletin: Dec. 20, 2017)

____

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

2018 STREET AND UTILITY

IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

AND APPURTENANT

WORK FOR THE CITY OF

ST. ANTHONY VILLAGE

HENNEPIN AND RAMSEY

COUNTIES, MINNESOTA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

sealed bids will be received by the

City of St. Anthony Village until

10:00 a.m., Wednesday, January

17, 2018, at the St. Anthony Village

City Hall, 3301 Silver Lake Road, St.

Anthony Village, MN 55418, and will

be publicly opened and read at said

time and place by representatives

of the City of St. Anthony Village.

Said proposals for the furnishing

of all labor and materials for the

construction, complete in-place, of

the following approximate quantities:

2,800 LF Street Reconstruction

and Appurtenant Work

8,100 SF 4-6” Concrete Walk

3,200 LF 6-8” PVC Sanitary

Sewer

3,400 LF 6-8” DIP Water Main

2,500 LF 15”-21” RCP Storm

Sewer

1,000 LF 4” HDPE Forcemain

(Directional Drill)

1 LS Lift Station

350 LF 8” Pipe Sewer (Pipe

Bursting)

The bids must be submitted on

the Proposal Forms provided in

accordance with the Contract

Documents, Plans, and

Specifications as prepared by

WSB & Associates, Inc., 178 East

9th Street, Suite 200, St. Paul, MN

55101, which are on file with the

City Clerk of St. Anthony Village

and may be seen at the office of the

Consulting Engineers or at the office

of the City Clerk.

Complete digital Proposal Forms,

Plans, and Specifications for use

by contractors submitting a bid

are available at www.questcdn.

com. You may download the digital

plan documents for $30.00 (which

includes the current Standard City

Specification) by inputting Quest

project #5454225 on the website’s

Project Search page. Please contact

QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or

info@questcdn.com for assistance

in free membership registration,

downloading, and working with this

digital project information.

An optional paper set of Proposal

Forms, Plans, and Specifications

may be obtained from the Consulting

Engineers, WSB & Associates, Inc.,

178 East 9th Street, Suite 200, St.

Paul, MN 55101, for a nonrefundable

price of $100.00 per set, check made

payable to WSB & Associates, Inc.,

which includes $25.00 for the 2018

Edition City of St. Anthony Village

Standard Specification.

Bids will only be accepted from

Contractors who purchase digital

or paper Bidding Documents as

specified above.

No bids will be considered unless

sealed and filed with the City of St.

Anthony Village and accompanied

by a cash deposit, cashier’s check,

or certified check, or bid bond made

payable to the City of St. Anthony

Village for five percent (5%) of

the amount bid, to be forfeited as

liquidated damages in the event that

the bid be accepted and the bidder

fail to enter promptly into a written

contract and furnish the required

bond.

The provisions of Minn. Stat.

16C.285 Responsible Contractor

are imposed as a requirement of this

contract. All bidders and persons

or companies providing a response/

submission to the Advertisement for

Bids/RFP of the City shall comply

with the provisions of the statute.

No bids may be withdrawn for a

period of ninety (90) days from the

date of opening of bids. The City of

St. Anthony Village reserves the right

to reject any or all bids.

DATED: December 12, 2017

BY ORDER OF THE CITY

COUNCIL

s/s Nicole Miller

City Clerk

St. Anthony Village, MN

(Bulletin: Dec. 20, 27, 2017)

____

Shoreview

CITY OF SHOREVIEW

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the Shoreview City Council will

hold a Public Hearing at 7:00 p.m.

Tuesday, January 2, 2018 in the City

Council Chambers at the Shoreview

City Hall, 4600 Victoria Street North,

Shoreview, Minnesota to consider

a Conditional Use Permit for a

detached accessory structure.

APPLICANT: Hendel Homes LLC

LOCATION: 5327 Hodgson Road

PROPOSAL: To construct a 1,050

square foot detached accessory

structure with an attached lean-to on

the property. The proposal requires

a conditional use permit because the

accessory structure exceeds 440

square feet in size; the property has

a lot area greater than 2 acres.

Persons who want to comment on

this proposal are invited to attend this

hearing. Please call the Shoreview

Department of Community

Development (651-490-4680) after

Thursday, December 28th to find out

where this item will be located on the

meeting agenda. The meeting will

also be cable cast on Channel 16.

BY ORDER OF THE CITY

COUNCIL

/S/ Terry C. Schwerm,

City Manager

(Bulletin: Dec. 20, 2017)

____

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 Amy Jones,

Chair, at 7:00 p.m., November 14,

2017. Meeting was duly held at the

District Center, 4570 Victoria Street

N, Shoreview, MN 55126.

Present: Helgeson, Jones,

Madsen, Sager, Tynjala, Westerman

Superintendent Chris Lennox

Absent: Weinhagen

Irondale student representative

Mounds View student representative

Motion by Helgeson, seconded

by Sager, to adopt the agenda as

printed. Voting aye: all; nay: none.

Motion carried.

The Board recognized athletes

from Mounds View & Irondale High

Schools fall sports who qualified for

post-season competition.

The following citizens registered to

speak at Open Forum:

David Cremons,North Oaks,Teacher

Isabel Ricke, Arden Hills, Teacher

Larry Ricke, Arden Hills, Teacher

Announcements were made

concerning gifts and meeting dates.

Superintendent’s report:

X Music at Mounds View

X Mounds View Schools Education

Foundation Rock the School House

X Thanks to community for support

of the bond referendum

Motion by Helgeson, seconded by

Westerman, to take action on the

consent agenda as follows:

Approve minutes:

Approve the minutes of October 10,

2017 as printed.

Approve personnel changes as

follows:

new hire: effective

Cmiel, Nathan, EW 10-11-17

Gillespie, Schuyler, SLV 10-9-17

Hundt, Theresa, SLEC-K 10-31-17

Kuduk, Melisa, HV 10-23-17

McConnaughay, Ellen, IL 10-16-17

Swanson, Dale, MV 10-30-17

Wills, Alexis, TL 10-23-17

Wong, Wing Tung Phoebe, HV

10-2-17

rehire:

Goettsch, Curtis, VH 10-30-17

Krohn, Elizabeth, PW 10-26-17

LeCuyer, Nicole, PL-K-BA 10-10-17

transfer:

Badger, Maren, TL 10-30-17

Borja, Jona Jean, HV 11-1-17

Buck, Lisa, TL 10-16-17

Carlson, Lisa, TL 9-26-17

Fallgatter, Daria, TL 10-6-17

Faust, Susan, IL 10-12-17

request for leave:

Barkman, Shari, ID 10-4-17 thru

10-10-17 approx.

Bellefeuiille, Nathan, SS 10-16-17

thru 10-31-17 approx.

Berger, Katherine, TL 10-11-17 thru

2-28-18 approx.

Blood, Cindy, PLEC-K 10-4-17 thru

10-20-17 approx.

Enrooth, Stacy, MV 10-5-17 thru

11-3-17 approx.

Fleming, Ross, MV 10-17-17 thru

11-27-17 approx.

Holt, Mollie, ID 2-27-18 thru

5-25-18 approx.

Koopmeiners, Laurie, MV 9-18-17

thru 12-10-17 approx.

Lindorfer, Jeff, MV 9-26-17

Mears, Allison, PW 10-26-17 thru

11-17-17 approx.

Petersen, Allison, IL 2-22-18 thru

5-16-18 approx.

Stratton, Aaron, ID 10-31-17

Super, Sonja, ID 10-16-17 thru

10-20-17

Treise, Sheila, VH 10-11-17 thru

12-18-17 approx.

return from leave:

Barkman, Shari, ID 10-16-17

Bellefeuille, Nathan, SS 11-1-17

Blood, Cindy, PLEC-K 10-23-17

Gurrola, Ellen, HV 10-13-17

Hanson, Chelsea, CH 10-16-17

Koopmeiners, Laurie, MV 11-13-17

Kountz, Jocelyn, ID 11-2-17

Pihlaja, Monica, EW 10-16-17

Stratton, Aaron, ID 11-6-17

Super, Sonja, ID 10-23-17

Tholen, Shawn, MV 10-17-17

Treise, Sheila, VH 11-9-17

resignation:

Danielson, Heidi, SLEC-K 10-18-17

Macken, Nancy, CLT-TL 8-31-17

Torres, jenita, On leave 10-23-17

retirement:

Ganser, Debra, PW 11-17-17

Shimanski, Mary, ID 12-1-17

Sorvala, Wanda, PLEC 10-31-17

Approve expenditures as follows:

General Fund $2,521,823.20

Nutrition Services 348,979.24

Community Service 113,395.12

Capital Outlay 707,520.25

Building Construction 0.00

Debt Redemption 0.00

Trust 28,500.00

Agency 0.00

Internal Service 246,158.14

OPEB Debt Service 0.00

Total $3,966,375.95

Bank Wire Transfers:

$17,976,864.03

Accept the following gifts and

extend thanks to the donors:

Bill & Lynn Dolan for students in

need at Highview ($250)

Mounds View Lions for Project

Warmth at Sunnyside ($500)

Kowalski’s Market for general use at

Chippewa and Mounds View ($460)

Richard Walsh for the Chemistry

department at Mounds View ($150

and glassware/equipment)

Bo Hu for Science Olympiad at

Mounds View ($500)

Tom Hinds for students in need at

Sunnyside ($45.70)

Terry & Thiamsiri Lemke for

nutrition program students in need at

Sunnyside ($300)

Jay & Rachel Hudson, Jeff & Kristin

Henkenius and Elizabeth & Jeffrey

Eggert for the Valentine Hills trip to

Laurentian ($170)

Land O’Lakes Foundation and

Thomson Reuters for general use at

Valentine Hills ($326.66)

Coca-Cola GIVE for general use at

Island Lake ($25.20)

Lois & Jerome Lothspeich for the

phy. ed. program at Island Lake

($250)

Cardstock, markers and pencils

from Trisha & Caitlin Searls for use

at Sunnyside

Two iPads and one iPad case from

Heather Awad for the orchestra at

Chippewa

Saxophone from Kristen Kirk for the

band program at Chippewa

Five Lego sets from Karen Axtel

for the elementary Lego Robotics

program

Alto sax from Geraldine Blanski for

the band program at Sunnyside

Winter clothing from Phaedra

Wilson for students in need at

Sunnyside

Bel kit from Karla Ollanket and a

saxophone from Bryan & Pamela

Starr for the District band program

The following donations are for the

Ralph Reeder Food Shelf from:

John & Rosemary Hunt ($750)

Kathryn Kohler-Ernst ($1,000)

Aaron Van Oort ($1,000)

Richard & Sylvia Rog ($500)

Michelle & Jonathan Wood ($500)

Kathryn & Paul Ernst ($1,000)

Kathleen Diffley ($1,000)

Carol Ducharme ($1,000)

Aldi’s (1,413 lbs. of food)

Alerus Retirement Solutions

($5,000)

Boston Scientific ($161 & 670 lbs. of

food)

Cub Foods Arden Hills (1,140 lbs. of

food)

Cub Foods New Brighton (589 lbs.

of food)

Faith Christian Reformed Church

($1,786)

Incarnation Lutheran Church

($6,263.44 & 389 lbs. of food)

Kowalski’s Shoreview (7,825 lbs. of

food)

Many Hands Feed Many Families

(656 lbs. of food)

Minnesota Community Foundation

($1,000)

National Recoveries ($3,665)

Shoreview Community Center

Farmer’s Market (975 lbs. of food)

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church

($1,629 & 2,617 lbs. of food)

St. Odilia Catholic Church (611 lbs.

of food)

Trader Joe’s (12,571 lbs. of food)

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.

Non-affiliated compensation for

2017-19

Approve the salary and benefits for

non-affiliated employees for 2017-

19.

Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion

carried.

Carole Nielsen, Executive Director

of Administrative Services; Bridget

Peterson, Director of Finance; Jim

Eichten and Jackie Huegel from

Malloy, Montague, Karnowski,

Radosevich & Co., P.A. reviewed

the 2016-17 audit report. Discussion

followed. Motion by Tynjala,

seconded by Helgeson, to accept the

2016-17 audit report as presented.

Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion

carried.

Superintendent Lennox presented

an Abstract of Votes Cast in the

November 7, 2017 election. Motion

by Helgeson, seconded by Tynjala,

to approve the Abstract as presented.

Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion

carried.

Superintendent Lennox presented

a resolution directing the issuance

of Certificates of Election. Motion

by Madsen, seconded by Tynjala, to

adopt the following resolution:

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING

ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATES

OF ELECTION AND DIRECTING

SCHOOL DISTRICT CLERK TO

PERFORM OTHER ELECTION

RELATED DUTIES

WHEREAS, the Board has

canvassed the election for School

Board members held November 7,

2017.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT

RESOLVED by the School Board of

Independent School District No. 621,

as follows:

1. The chair and clerk are hereby

authorized to execute certificates

of election on behalf of the School

Board of Independent School District

No. 621 to the following candidates:

a)Shauna Bock

b)Diane Glasheen

c)Marre Jo Sager

who have received a sufficiently

large number of votes to be elected

to fill vacancies on the Board caused

by expiration of term on the first

Monday in January next following the

election, based on the results of the

canvass.

2. The Certificate of Election shall

be in substantially the form attached

hereto.

3. After the time for contesting

the election has passed and the

candidate has filed all campaign

financial reports required by

Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 211A,

the Clerk of the School Board

is hereby directed to deliver the

certificates to the persons entitled

thereto personally or by certified

mail.

4. The Clerk is hereby directed to

enclose with the certificate a form

of Acceptance of Office and Oath of

Office.

CERTIFICATE OF ELECTION

(Full 4-Year Term)

This is to certify as follows:

1. The School Board of Independent

School District No. 621 on November

14, 2017, canvassed the general

election of School Board members

held on November 7, 2017.

2. ___________________ received

the (largest/second largest/third

largest) number of votes cast for the

office of School Board member of

Independent School District No. 621

for a full four-year term.

3. There are three full four-year

term vacancies on the Board caused

by expiration of term on the first

Monday in January next following the

election.

4. Therefore _________________

is elected to the office of School

Board member of Independent

School District No. 621 for a full fouryear

term beginning the first Monday

in January, 2018 and expiring the

first Monday in January, 2022.

By authority of the School Board

of Independent School District No.

621, pursuant to resolution dated

November 14, 2017.

Dated: _____________

Clerk________________

Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion

carried.

Carole Nielsen presented a

resolution which would continue

to keep the District closed to nonresident

enrollment options for the

2019-20 school year. Discussion

followed. Motion by Tynjala,

seconded by Helgeson, to adopt the

following resolution:

RESOLUTION RELATING TO

MOUNDS VIEW’S 2019-2020

NON-RESIDENT

ENROLLMENT OPTIONS

WHEREAS, the State of Minnesota

has established an enrollment

options program permitting students

to attend non-resident districts

(Minnesota Statutes §124D.03), and

WHEREAS the School Board seeks

to maintain continuity of programs,

curriculum, and services through

consistent student enrollment and

recognizes that sufficient student

enrollment ensures high quality

course offerings for resident students

as well as students enrolling under

the enrollment options program, and

WHEREAS the State of Minnesota

has also established criteria for

school districts to approve or deny

open enrollment applications based

upon capacity of a program, class or

school building (Minnesota Statutes

§ 124D.03 Subdivision 6);

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT

RESOLVED that:

1. Non-resident enrollment options

will continue to be closed for grades

K-12 for the 2019-2020 school years.

2. The required one percent of the

total enrollment at each grade level

will be met with existing non-resident

students and sibling preferences.

Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion

carried.

Chris Lennox presented revised

policies BG-0001, BG-0103, BG-

0200 and BG-0402 for first reading.

Discussion followed. The policies

will receive a second reading on

December 12, 2017.

Board chair Amy Jones provided an

AMSD update and Marre Jo Sager

provided a 916 update.

As liaisons to schools and on

committees, Board members

reported on events in which they had

participated.

Meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m.

Jon Tynjala, Clerk

____

District 623

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION

MINUTES OF THE MEETING

SCHOOL BOARD

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 623

ROSEVILLE AREA SCHOOLS

NOVEMBER 14, 2017

These are the abridged minutes

from the School Board meeting

held on November 14, 2017, which

were approved at the November

28, 2017, School Board meeting.

The regular meeting was called to

order at 6:30 p.m.

Board Members present: Anderson,

Azer, Boguszewski, Gogins, Shaw,

Traynor

Board Members absent: none

Administrative staff present:

Derden, Loeck, Mobley, Schaub,

Sicoli, Thompson, Von De Linde

Reports and Non-Action Items:

1. There were no reports or nonaction

items.

Action Items:

1. The Consent Agenda including

the minutes of the regular school

board meeting on October 24,

2017; payment of bills; resignations,

appointments, reductions,

adjustments; gifts; controls

replacement bid for Harambee

Elementary; Office Here lease; and

Farm2School equipment grant was

approved.

2. The Resolution Canvassing

Returns of Votes of School District

General and Special Elections was

approved.

3. Policy 800: Community Education

was approved as a second reading.

4. Policy 700: Advertising was

approved as a second reading.

5. Policy 748: Health and Safety

was approved as a second reading.

6. District administration was

authorized to enter into contract

negotiations with Karges-

Faulconbridge, Inc. to provide

engineering services for Roseville

Area Schools’ long-term facilities

maintenance projects.

7. The Resolution Authorizing the

Issuance of General Obligation

Facilities Maintenance Bonds, Series

2017B, in the Maximum Aggregate

Principal Amount of $10,000,000

was approved.

8. A motion to enter into a closed

session immediately following the

work study session for the purpose

of discussing labor negotiations

strategy was approved. Present

during the closed session were

board members Anderson, Azer,

Boguszewski, Gogins, Shaw, and

Traynor; Superintendent Sicoli;

Shari Thompson, business manager;

Cindy Gustafson, human resources

supervisor; and Dr. Jenny Loeck,

director of secondary education.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:07

p.m.

Kitty Gogins, Clerk

____

Roseville/Bulletin Lillie Suburban Newspapers, Inc. Week of Dec. 17, 2017 Page 9

Public Notices

Continued from Page 8

(Bulletin: Dec. 20, 2017)

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