NOTICE OF MECHANIC’S LIEN SALE

Please take notice that at the address of Copart, 200 County Road 159, Avon, MN 56310 at 2 o’clock on March 18, 2020, the Sheriff of Stearns County will sell to the highest cash bidder a 2001 Hond. Accord.  Vin #IHGCG56661A117788 

Storage and Lien sale fees are due as of December 9, 2019 is $713.20.

The storage will continue to accrue at $20.00 per day until the sale date.

Owner(s): Mathew Sherwood, Nathan Snell.

Lienholders: Joshua Crowell

PLEASE NOTE-THIS MAY BE A SALVAGE VEHICLE.

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NOTICE OF

ANNUAL MEETING, ELECTION,

AND TESTING OF EQUIPMENT

FOR ALBANY TOWNSHIP

Notice is hereby given to the qualified voters of Albany Township, County of Stearns, State of Minnesota, that the Annual Election of Town Officers and the Annual Town Meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 10, 2020. In case of inclement weather the meeting and election may be postponed until the third Tuesday, March 17, 2020, and if inclement weather also postpones the election and meeting on the third Tuesday, they shall be held on the fourth Tuesday, March 24, 2020. Please listen to KASM (1150 AM) radio station for changes.

The Public Accuracy Test of the voting equipment will be held on Tuesday March 3, 2020 at 8:15 P.M. This test is open to the General Public.

Absentee Balloting-The Clerk’s office, 20929 330 Street, Albany, will be open Saturday, March 9, 2019 from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. to accept absentee ballots.

Annual Election-Will be held on March 10, 2020; The Election Poll hours will be open from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M., at which time the voters will elect a town supervisor for a three-year term and a clerk/treasurer for a two-year term.

Board of Canvass will meet at 8:15 P.M. to canvass the results of the election.

The Annual Meeting will commence at 8:30 P.M. to conduct all necessary business prescribed by law. 

All events (except Absentee Balloting) will be held at the City of Albany Fire Hall, 231 Fourth St, Albany MN

Diane Noll Clerk/Treasurer?Albany Township?Published in the Albany Enterprise 
Wednesday February 26, 2020

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KRAIN TOWNSHIP NOTICE

  Notice is hereby given to qualified voters of Krain Township, Stearns County, State of Minnesota, that the Annual Election of Town Officers and Annual Town Meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at the Krain Town Hall located at 43207 State Hwy 238 Freeport, MN. In case of inclement weather, the election and meeting may be postponed until Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Please listen to KASM radio, 1150 AM, for possible weather-related postponements.

Election polls will be open from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at which time the voters will elect one supervisor for a 3-year term and one clerk for a 2-year term.

The Annual Meeting will commence at 8:30 p.m. to conduct all necessary business prescribed by law.

The board of Canvass will meet after the Annual Town Meeting to certify the election results.

  The Public Accuracy Testing of the voting equipment will be held Saturday, February 21st, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. at the Krain Town Hall. 

Annie Sauer:

Krain Township Clerk

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ORDINANCE NO. 218

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY OF AVON OFFICIAL ZONING MAP 

REZONING A TRACT OF LAND FROM R1 TO C2

WHEREAS, the property (PID 42.26262.0002) 804 Chinook Ave. SW., Avon, MN is located within 1,000 feet of lakeshore and is currently zoned R1.

WHEREAS, following published and mailed notice as provided by statute, a public hearing has been held by the City of Avon Planning Commission on October 15, 2019, and;

WHEREAS, the City of Avon Planning Commission found that the rezoning would be consistent with the comprehensive plan for the City of Avon and adjacent uses, and;

WHEREAS, the City of Avon Planning Commission recommends that the property be rezoned to C2.

NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AVON, STEARNS COUNTY, MINNESOTA DOES HEREBY ORDAIN;

1. The following tract of land is hereby rezoned from R1 to C2;

1.70A BEG AT S LINE GOVT LOT 6 SEC 28 AT CL ROAD -S14DE 125.66’-E302.07’-N237.86’ - W215’ TO CENTERLINE - S37DW 187.45’ TO POB PART OF GOVT LOT 4 SECTION 28 AND 

GOVT LOT 6 SECTION 33 T125 R30 Section 33 Township 125 Range 030 

2. All provisions of the City of Avon Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 22, Subd. 9. Are applicable to this ordinance.

City of Avon

Jodi Austing-Traut, City Clerk-Administrator

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SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 217

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF AVON, MINNESOTA, AMENDING THE CITY OF AVON ZONING ORDINANCE

The following is a summary of the City of Avon, Zoning Ordinance changes which was adopted on October 7, 2019, by the City Council, of the City of Avon, Stearns County, Minnesota.

Remove Chapter 21 General District Provisions, Subd 4. D. 4. “A short-term use of a temporary building in a residential, agricultural and/or commercial zone may be permitted only after application for and issuance of a special use permit.”

Include as an Interim Use in residential and commercial zoning districts too read: “a short-term use of a temporary building/structure in a residential and/or commercial zone may be permitted only after application for and issuance of an interim use permit.”

(a fully updated copy of the ordinance is available at Avon City Hall)

City of Avon

Jodi Austing-Traut, City Clerk-Administrator

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State of Minnesota

County of Stearns 

District Court

Seventh Judicial District

Court File No.: 73-PR-20-990

In Re: Estate of

Elmer A. Ostendorf

Decedent

Notice of and order for hearing on petition for formal probate of will and appointment of personal representative and notice to creditors

It is Ordered and Notice is given that on March 6, 2020, at 8:45 a.m., a hearing will be held in this Court at St. Cloud, Minnesota, on a petition for the formal probate of an instrument purporting to be the decedent’s Will dated July 18, 2014, and for the appointment of Joyce H. Ostendorf, whose address is 41382 County Road 153, Freeport, MN 56331 as personal representative of the decedent’s estate in an unsupervised administration.

Any objections to the petition must be raised at the hearing or filed with the Court prior to the hearing. If the petition is proper and no objections are filed or raised, the personal representative will be appointed with the full power to administer the decedent’s estate, including the power to collect all assets; pay all legal debts, claims, taxes, and expenses; sell real and personal property; and do all necessary acts for the decedent’s estate.

Notice is further given that, subject to Minn. Stat. § 524.3-801, all creditors having claims against the decedent’s estate are required to present the claims to the personal representative or to the Court within four (4) months after the date of this notice or the claims will be barred.

By the court

Dated: Feb. 4, 2020

John H. Scherer

Judge of District Court

Dated: Feb. 4, 2020

George Lock

Court Administrator



Paul A. Ampe, 

Attorney ID #133395

321 Railroad Avenue, P.O. Box 459

Albany, MN 56307

Telephone: 320-845-4765

Facsimile: 320-845-7414

email: ampelaw@albanytel.com

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holding township notice

The March monthly meting of the Town Board of Holding Township will be held on Monday, Feb. 24, 2020 at 8:00 p.m. at the Holding Township Hall rescheduled because of the primary Election scheduled on the first Tuesday of the month in March.

The Public Accuracy Testing of the voting machines will also be on Monday, Feb. 24, 2020, but at 9:00 p.m. for the two upcoming elections, Primary Election and the Town Annual Election.

The State Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, March 3, 2020 with polls opening at 7:00 a.m. and closing at 8:00 p.m. at the Holding Town hall located at 790 4th Street, Holdingford, MN 5640.

The Annual Town Election will be held on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 with polls opening at 2:00 p.m. and closing at 8:00 p.m. at the Holding Town Hall to elect one supervisor and one clerk. No one filed for supervisor, a three year term. Julianne Ebnet, Incumbent filed for clerk, a two year term.

The Board of Canvass will meet at 8:15 to canvass the results of the election.

The Annual Meeting will commence at 8:30 p.m.

In case of inclement weather the Annual Election and Annual Meeting will be held  the following Tuesday, March 17, 2020 same time, same place.

Julianne Ebnet, Clerk

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ORDINANCE NO. 216

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY OF AVON

CODE OF ORDINANCE/ZONING ORDINANCE/SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE



The following is a summary of the City of Avon amendments which were adopted on September 9, 2019 by the City Council, of the City of Avon, Stearns County, Minnesota.



Changes/Additions to the City of Avon Code of Ordinance



Ordinance 160, Avon Subdivision Ordinance, 1:8, D. Processing

1.  The City Clerk shall, within ten (10) days, certify to the applicant that the platting requirements of this ordinance do not apply to the requested land division.

2.  The Zoning Administrator may request input from the City engineer, legal staff, or Planning Commission as appropriate.



Changes/Additions to the City of Avon Zoning Ordinance



Chapter 2 Definitions and Terms

Subd. 120.  Motor vehicle/automobile means every device which is self-propelled and is used to transport any person or property.



Chapter 19., Subd. 6, Permitted Signs

A. The following signs are permitted in the C-1, C-2, C-2/I-94 and I-1 Districts

1. Signs that are placed on the exterior walls of buildings shall not extend more than twelve (12) inches from a buildings wall surface, shall not exceed 10% of the wall area, placed at a minimum of eight (8) feet from the ground level and shall not exceed thirty (30) feet in height above the average centerline grade of the street it fronts.



Chapter 10.,  Subd. 2., 

A. The following are permitted uses in the shoreland overlay and non-overlay portions of the “C-2” Highway Commercial Business District

1. Antique stores.

2. Apparel store.

3. Auto Accessory store.

4. Barber shops and beauty parlors.

5. Bowling alleys.

6. Clinics, medical and dental.

7. Commercial recreational uses.

8. Convenience stores, without motor fuel facilities.

9. Dance halls.

10. Department store.

11. Essential services.

12. Forest Management.

13. Florists.

14. Funeral homes and mortuaries.

15. Gift shops.

16. Governmental (including Fire and Police stations) and public related uti9lity buildings and structures.

17. Green houses, nurseries and garden stores.

18. Hospitals and medical buildings.

19. Lumber yard, constructions material sales, garden and landscaping sales and services (including produce).

20. Motel.

21. Office or professional building.

22. Off-sale liquor establishment.

23. Printing shops.

24. Private clubs or lodges serving food and beverages.

25. Restaurants, not of the drive-in, convenience or drive-through type.

26. Surface Water Oriented Commercial.

27. Video store.

28. Wholesale businesses.

29. Wholesale or warehouse operations.

30. Uses determined by the Planning Commission to be similar to those listed in this subdivision.



Chapter 10., Subd. 4 Conditional Uses

4. Motor vehicle and truck fuel sales, motor  vehicle and recreational vehicle repair and service, major automotive repair, motor vehicle, farm implement and recreation equipment sales, uses, structures, and outdoor sales and storage accessory thereto provided that:

a. Motor fuel facilities are installed in accordance with state and city standards.

b. Adequate space shall be provided to access gas pumps and allow maneuverability around the pumps.  Underground fuel storage tanks are to be positioned to allow adequate access by motor fuel transports and unloading operations minimize conflict with circulation, access and other activities on the site. 

c. Wherever fuel pumps are to be installed, pump islands shall be installed.

d. A protective canopy located over the pump island(s) may be an accessory structure on the property; however, adequate visibility both on and off site shall be maintained.

e. An internal site pedestrian circulation system shall be defined and appropriate provisions made to protect such areas from encroachments by parked cars or moving vehicles.

f. When abutting a residential use in a residential use district, the property is adequately screened and landscaped.

g. Parking areas shall be screened from the view of abutting residential districts.

h. Vehicular access points shall be limited, shall create minimal conflict with through traffic movements, shall comply with all appropriate Chapters of this Ordinance as may be amended and shall be subject to the approval of the City Engineer.

i. Provisions are made to control and reduce noise.

j. The entire site other than that taken up by a building, structure or plantings shall be surfaced so as to control dust subject to the approval of the City Engineer.

k. The entire area shall have a drainage system subject to the approval of the City Engineer.

l. The architectural appearance and functional plan of the building and site shall not be so dissimilar to the existing buildings or area so as to cause impairment in property values or constitute a blighting influence within a reasonable distance of the lot.

m. Parking, lighting, signage, etc. are in compliance with appropriate Chapters of this Ordinance as may be amended.



City of Avon

Jodi Austing-Traut, City Clerk, Administrator

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Holdingford School Board Briefs

The Holdingford School Board held their regular meeting on February 19, 2020. The amended agenda was approved Items added were approval of the building project furniture purchase, approval of replacement lockers, approval of Bus Bay lighting replacement, and authorization to eliminate the Paraprofessional Technology position and create a new position “Learning and Mobile Technology Support” position and hire Jennifer Sandstrom for this position. The consent agenda was approved. Items in consent agenda included: approval of the minutes from Jan. 8th regular board meeting and the Feb. 5th work session; approval of the schedule of bills in the amount of  $551,560.96 computer checks approved 83800--83967; approval of the electronic transfer for Jan. $2,671,418.39; the Treasurer’s report balance per books for the month of December 2019 12,599,599.38, January 2020 $11,580,504.10; approval of spring Community Education Instructors; Accept donations of $15,000 in 11/2019 and $18,720 in 12/2019 from the Husker Athletic Booster Club; approve Policy 616 School District Accountability; approve lane change for Tara Wolford from BS30 Step 5 to MS Step 5 effective 1/20/2020; authorization to hire Ashley Berscheit as LTS Food Service Assistant for 2.75 hours/day from 3/19/2020-4/30/2020 at a step 0; authorization to hire Melyssa Sakry as LTS for Gena Larson SPED Teacher from 5/1/2020 to the end of the school year; authorization to hire Robert Edwards for Mid-day Van Route Driver effective 1/31/2020. 

Chairperson Christensen welcomed fellow board members, administration, staff and guests. 

Mr. Selken updated the Board on the construction project. He summarized the change orders pertaining to item 6.6. Roof Structure Demolition $9,461, Casework Revisions $2,647, Corridor Locker Height credit of $910, Structural Revisions $4,169, and Elementary Additional Winter Conditions charges $61,841. Mr. Selken reported that with the change orders the project is under budget. He added that the steel will start going up on the Secondary front entrance next week and the Elementary classrooms are progressing on schedule.

Superintendent Mr. Swenson reported he is meeting with Admin. Staff as they update their growth plans, he will be spending a day at the Legislature to meet with local legislatures, he will be meeting with Mr. Novak discussing cleaning routes, and the Tech staff is taking a clock inventory to determine clock system replacement. Mr. Swenson on behalf of the Administration gave Husker Tumblers to the Board Members in appreciation for their work on the Board. He thanked them for all their efforts, leadership and time! 

Elementary Principal Mr. Stang reported on the state convention he attended. The focus was on three key topics: Social Emotional Learning, and Tiered Learning and Adverse Childhood Experiences. He informed the Board the Elementary already has programs in place dealing with all three topics. Mr. Stang also shared the staff had a ton of fun participating in the Lego Building Event to engage in Team Work. He reported on Summer School plans to change to project based learning under the direction of Ms. Schmitt, Kindergarten Round-up coming in early March, and updated the Board on the School of Excellence application process.

Ms. Martini reported items covered at the BSED meeting were 18-19 rebates for distribution to member districts, setting four facility additional space, handle with care training implementation, and revised budget.

Business Manager Ms. Heinze summarized Dec. and Jan. expenses, and reported on the MSBO Conference where she learned about the LTFMP form changes. The changes are to add account codes to break down and track how Districts are spending the LTFM money. The Legislature is requesting the additional data. 

Other agenda items at the Feb. 19 meeting included:

Approved of the building project furniture purchase from Innovative at a total cost of $94,106.38. Mr. Swenson explained the process with staff to determine furniture wants and needs for the new elementary classrooms and front entrance commons area. This is the bulk of the furniture order and is well under budget.

Approved the contract for existing high school hallway 1 locker purchase, removal and installation with Breitbach at a total cost of $39,916. Motion carried. AIF.

Approved the contract with Liberty Electric to upgrade to halogen lighting in six of the existing bus bays at a total cost of $1,930. 

Approved Board Committee Assignments. 

Approved the Achievement & Integration Plan & Budget. Mr. Swenson explained the Achievement & Integration Grant is renewed every three years and it mainly consists of 4 goals that are aligned with the World’s Best Work Force Goals. The goals are met in classes that are offered. 

Approved the Summer Kid Zone Expansion. Ms. Asperheim presented the plan to accommodate more students in the Summer Kid Zone program. Ms. Posch added that the program is full with a waiting list and with the expansion they will be able to accommodate all the students on the waiting list.

Approved the three-year contract with BerganKDV, LTD for the District Annual Financial Audit. 2020 $17,300, 2021 $18,150, & 2022 $19,100. 

Adopted the Resolution Directing The Administration To Make Recommendations For Reductions In Programs And Positions And Reasons Therefor. Procedural at this time.

Approve the Building project change orders totaling $77,208.00. These were presented earlier in the meeting by Mr. Selken. 

The meeting continued with the first readings of Policy 532 Use of Peace Officers and Crisis Teams to Remove Students with IEPs from School Grounds, state mandated changes; Policy 534 Unpaid Meal Charges & Procedure, new required policy the district doesn’t have a large unpaid meal charge problem; Policy 601 School District Curriculum and Instructional Goals, adds dyslexia screening and reporting; and Policy 603 Curriculum Development, which also adds dyslexia screening language.

Authorized increasing Secondary Adm. Assistant to eight hours/day. Mr. Swenson recommended increasing the Secondary Administrative Assistant hours to 8 hours a day. This is effective 2/24/2020. 

Approved Medical Leave of Absence for Bonita Welinski Food Service Employee from 3/19/2020-4/30/2020. 

Approved a three-year Medical Leave of Absence for Secondary Counselor Deborah Ruszat effective 5/28/2020 to the end of the 2022-2023 school year. There is an option to return after each year but must notify the district by Feb. 1 of each year.

Approve a three-year Leave of Absence for SPED Teacher Shawn Jennings beginning with the 2020-2021 school year. There is an option to return after each year but must notify the district by Feb. 1 of each year.

Hired Sara Jensen for Speech Language Pathologist at MS Step 3 to start at the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year. 

Approved to eliminate the Paraprofessional Technology position and create a new position “Learning and Mobile Technology Support” position and hire Jennifer Sandstrom for this position. Mr. Swenson explained how this position has evolved with the changes in technology. 

This article is a summary of the minutes. The full text is available for public inspection at the District Office or online at http://www.isd738.org/school-board-meeting-agendasminutes.html.

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ORDINANCE NO. 219

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY OF AVON ZONING ORDINANCE

The following is a summary of the City of Avon, Zoning Ordinance changes which was adopted on December 2, 2019, by the City Council, of the City of Avon, Stearns County, Minnesota.

Summary of Ordinance changes to the Zoning Ordinance:

Modify Chapter 19, Subd. 6, A., 4., to state “Projecting signs (which are signs attached to a building that project out perpendicular to the building) which provide a minimum undersign clearance of at least 10’ and which do not project more than 48” over a sidewalk and shall not exceed 20 square feet.   Per Stearns County no new projecting signs will be allowed in C-1 (Right of Way on CR 9).  

And 

Add Chapter 19, Subd. 6, A., 5., “C-1 (Right of Way on CR 9) Existing projecting signs (which are signs attached to a building that project out perpendicular to the building) which provide a minimum undersign clearance of at least 10’ and which do not project more than 48” over a sidewalk and shall not exceed 20 square feet.” 

(A fully updated copy of the Ordinance is available at Avon City Hall)

City of Avon

Jodi Austing-Traut, City Clerk-Administrator

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ORDINANCE NO. 220

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY OF AVON ZONING ORDINANCE

The following is a summary of the City of Avon, Zoning Ordinance amendments which was adopted on January 6, 2020, by the City Council, of the City of Avon, Stearns County, Minnesota.

Summary of Ordinance amendments to the Zoning Ordinance:

Add to Chapter 2, Definitions and Terms, Subd. 129 A., “Online Auto Auctions, commercial storage and sale of motor vehicles, excluding crushing, stacking, or parting out of motor vehicles.”

Add Chapter 12 B, I-2 Industrial District, Online Auto Auctions, commercial storage and sale of motor vehicles, excluding crushing, stacking, or parting out of motor vehicles as a permitted use with the following performance standards:

a. Such property must comply with an approved civil site plan and storm water management plan.

b. Vehicles must be fully screened from neighboring property and Interstate 94.

c. All hazardous materials shall be properly handled and disposed.

d. No dismantling or ‘parting out’ of vehicles for retail or wholesale parts sales. 

(A fully updated copy of the Ordinance is available at Avon City Hall)

City of Avon

Jodi Austing-Traut, City Clerk-Administrator

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ORDINANCE NO. 213

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY OF AVON CODE OF ORDINANCE AND ZONING ORDINANCE

The following is a summary of the City of Avon, Zoning Ordinance changes/additions which was adopted on May 7, 2018, by the City Council, of the City of Avon, Stearns County, Minnesota.

Summary of Ordinance changes/additions to the Zoning Ordinance:

Amend Chapter 8, to read “Regulations for “R-MH” Manufactured Housing-Residential/Manufactured Home Parks.  Changes were made to the chapter to update the language so as not to read as a separate zoning district.  Language was also added to read manufactured home parks are allowed as a Conditional Use Permit in R-2 and R-3.  

Under “definitions” sections combine manufactured home and mobile home to match language in statute.

Amend Chapter 5 (R-1), 6 (R-2), and 7 (R-3), to include general building and performance standards and language that allows manufactured home parks  as a conditional use in R-2 and R-3.

City of Avon

Jodi Austing-Traut, City Clerk, Administrator

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CITY OF ALBANY

SALE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY

The City of Albany has for sale a 1994 single-axle Ford L8000 Dump Truck. 6-speed manual, 6,286 hours, 8.3 Cummins engine, 6-speed Allison automatic transmission, 39,401 miles, 2019 DOT, 12-foot reversible Monroe reversible plow, 10-foot Monroe wing with hydraulic push cylinder, 10-foot Monroe fixed angle underbody, Monroe Sander, Patrol Commander plow and sander controls, and on-spot automatic tire chains. Sealed Bids for will be opened at 3:00 PM, on March 18, 2020, at the Albany City Hall, 400 Railroad Avenue.  A fax or email will not be accepted. Bids must be marked on the outside envelope “1994 Ford L8000” mailed to the City of Albany, P.O. Box 370, Albany, MN 56307 or dropped off at City Hall. If you have any questions or would like to view the Ford L8000 Dump Truck, please contact Joe Mergen, Public Works Supervisor at 320-980-2990 during business hours.  The City of Albany reserves the right to accept or reject all bids. 

Tom Schneider

Clerk/Adm.

Published in the Albany Enterprise, February 26, 2020.

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NOTICE OF MECHANIC’S LIEN SALE

Please take notice that at the address of Copart, 200 County Road 159, Avon, MN 56310 at 2 o’clock on March 18, 2020, the Sheriff of Stearns County will sell to the highest cash bidder a 2008 Kia Optima LX.  Vin #KNAGE123285239669. 

Storage and Lien sale fees are due as of December 11, 2019 is $266.40.

The storage will continue to accrue at $20.00 per day until the sale date.

Owner(s): Nancy Baird Tonding, Shawn Baird.

Lienholders: KIA Motors Finance Company

PLEASE NOTE-THIS MAY BE A SALVAGE VEHICLE.

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STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF STEARNS

DISTRICT COURT

SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT

PROBATE DIVISION

Court File No. 73-PR-20-1229

In Re: Estate of

John E. Hellermann,

Deceased

ORDER AND NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE

OF WILL AND APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE

IN UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS

TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS AND CREDITORS:

Notice by publication is hereby given that on March 20, 2020, at 8:45 o’clock a.m., a hearing will be held in the above named Court at Saint Cloud, Minnesota, for the probate of an instrument purporting to be the Will of the above-named decedent dated May 31, 2005, and for the appointment of Veronica A. Hellermann, whose address is 41804 County Road 170, Melrose, MN 56352 as personal representative of the estate of the above-named decedent in unsupervised administration. That, if proper, and no objections are filed, said personal representative will be appointed to administer the estate, to collect all assets, pay all legal debts, claims, taxes and expenses, and sell real and personal property, and do all necessary acts for the estate. Upon completion of the administration, the representative shall file a final account for the allowance and shall distribute the estate to the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by the Court and close the estate.

Notice is further given that ALL CREDITORS having claims against said estate are required to present the same to said personal representative or to the Court Administrator within four (4) months after the date of this notice or said claims will be barred.

Dated: 2/14/2020

Matthew E. Engelking

Judge of the District Court

Mary Jo M.

Deputy Court Administrator

Nicholas J. Heydt, #0327864

PEMBERTON LAW, P.L.L.P.

Attorneys for Petitioner

203 22nd Ave W

Alexandria, MN 56308

Telephone: 320-759-3143

Facsimile: 320-759-3144

Email: n.heydt@pemlaw.com

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