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 May 30, 2018, the Sheriff of Stearns County will sell to the highest cash bidder a 2013 Hyun. Elantra.  Storage and lien sale fees due as of March 1, 2018 is $206.14.

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

Owner(s): Jennifer O’Donnell, Aeron O’Donnell.

Lienholders: Credit Acceptance Co.

PLEASE NOTE-THIS MAY BE A SALVAGE VEHICLE.

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Name of Group: 

Holdingford ISD 738

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

 Notice is hereby given that Holdingford ISD 738

Requests proposals for:

Group Life/AD&D and Long Term Disability Insurance

Specifications will be available from:

National Insurance Services, 250 South Executive Drive, Suite 300, Brookfield, WI 53005, Phone: 800-627-3660 x1207

Proposals are due no later than 2p.m. on Wednesday, May 30th 2018 at National Insurance Services, 250 South Executive Drive, Suite 300, Brookfield, WI 53005 or as outlined in the RFP.

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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 June 13, 2018, the Sheriff of Stearns County will sell to the highest cash bidder a 2005 Ford Explorer.  Storage and lien sale fees due as of March 9, 2018 is $306.14.

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

Owner(s): Timothy Boston

Lienholders: JP Morgan Chase Bank NA

PLEASE NOTE-THIS MAY BE A SALVAGE VEHICLE.

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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 June 13, 2018, the Sheriff of Stearns County will sell to the highest cash bidder a 1996 Dodge Stratus.  Storage and lien sale fees due as of March 9, 2018 is $312.81.

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

Owner(s): Angela Berhow

Lienholders: Community Action Council

PLEASE NOTE-THIS MAY BE A SALVAGE VEHICLE.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

CITY OF ALBANY

PLANNING COMMISSION

There will be a Planning Commission meeting in and for the City of Albany, Stearns County, Minnesota, at 6:30 o’clock in the evening on Thursday, May 31, 2018, in the Council room at 400 Railroad Avenue for the said City for the following:

1. The public hearing will be held on a request by Albany Clinic Property, LLC, 30 Railroad Avenue, for the following:

a. Preliminary and Final Plat named Railroad Avenue Redevelopment.

b. Rezone the property from Industrial (M1) to Core Commercial (C1).

c. Amend the Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map from Industrial to Commercial.

Anyone wishing to comment will be heard at the public hearing and written comments may be forwarded to the office of the City Clerk/Administrator before the time of the public hearing. 

Tom Schneider

Clerk/Adm.

Published in the Albany Enterprise, on this 16th day of May, 2018.

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Unadopted Minutes

REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

Albany Area Schools – ISD #745

District Board Room

May 9, 2018



1. CALL TO ORDER

The meeting was called to order by Chair Winkels at 5:00 p.m.

2. ROLL CALL

Present: Winkels, Kreuzer, McLachlan, Carbajal, Paulsen, Hansen, Gersch

Student Representatives: Buerman, Panek              Late: Brinkman

3.0 Public Forum - Two 4th grade students, Kiley Lange & Claire Lecy, were here to talk about playground options at Avon.  Proposing new equipment as well as possibly dividing the playground in three areas for Pre-K, K-2, and 3-5 grades.  It is also used quite a bit by the Community.

4.0 Agenda- Additions or Deletions - none

5.0 Approvals

5.1 Previous Meeting Minutes   

Motion by Hansen, seconded by Paulsen to approve the minutes from the April 11, 2018 Regular School Board Meeting. Supported by all present.

5.2 Cash Flow Report—March 2018

Motion by Paulsen, seconded by Kreuzer to approve the March Cash Flow Report. Supported by all present.

6.  Consent Agenda

AFT: Kelly Klasen, Middle School Student Council 

AESP: Mark Klemmer, Grounds & Maintenance Assistant; Jenny Kaeter, add’l .25 each day crossing guard; Mary Williams, Sped Differential

EXTRA CURRICULAR: Shannon Rushmeyer, Colorguard; Mary Gondringer, Drumline

KIDS CO: Connor Huberty:  

CE: Brian Hines, AVE VB Camp; Vanessa Solarz, AVE VB Camp; Samantha Schlangen, AVE VB Camp; Renae Illies, Pediatric CPR; Vanessa Solarz, Safe at Home; Grant Johnson, ALE Baseball Clinic; Jessica Klaphake, Tumbling; Ross Resley, Piano Lessons

LOA: TWO

RESIGNATION / RETIREMENT: Dan Anderson, 8th Grade Advisor; Sarah Mendoza, Student Council Advisor; Mark Bushman, Custodian, effective 5/4/2018

DONATIONS:

$500.00 Stearns Electric Association Trust - Scholarship R#55845

$1,126.25 Huskie Wrestling Club - Uniforms R#55874

$500.00 - Wells Concrete - Robotics R#55893

$801.41 - Teals - 2% Rebates Albany Elementary - R#55893

$500.00 Avon PTA - Kindergarten Books R#55893

$200.00 Farming Lions - Avon High Potential R#55905

$270.90 - Box Tops - Avon R#55907

$208.60 - Box Tops - ALE RE55907

$90.00 - Donation - Avon Elementary R#55907

$50.00 - Anonymous - Family Outreach R#55917

$70.00 - Huskie Booster Club - Ken Klemmer Awards R#55917

$200.00- Avon Lions - High Potential Garden Fund - R#55923

Motion by Hansen, seconded by Paulsen to approve the Consent Agenda. Supported by all present.

7. Reports

7.1 Student Representatives

Recap of April meeting played.

7.2 Building Project Updates - 

-Ryan B. explained the progress of the building project. BEAT is getting final touches. Outside landscaping and finishing will be started soon. Renovations of Little Theater and Band/Choir rooms will start after school ends. Huskie logo lighting bid was discussed along with other potential projects. The link at Albany Elementary will be remodeled in summer also. 

-Cassie Novak shared information about the BEAT Open House next weekend.

7.3 Enrollment Report 

Supt. Johnson reviewed the enrollment report.

8. Business

8.1 Band Uniforms - Mr. Wege, HS Principal, showed samples of the old and new band uniforms. Fundraising options discussed. 

8.2 Abatement Bonds - Supt Johnson shared information about parking lots at the schools. There are 15-year Abatement Bonds that could be used for construction or renovations of parking lots and parking structures. Tax impact on residents discussed. Ehlers sent an update of options.

8.3 Staffing Updates - Supt Johnson shared a snapshot of updates regarding staffing. Discussed class sizes and options.

8.4 Resolutions Relating to the Termination and Non renewal of the Teaching Contract of a Probationary Teacher

Member Carbajal introduced the following resolution and moved its adoption:



RESOLUTION RELATING TO THE TERMINATION

AND NONRENEWAL OF THE TEACHING ?CONTRACT OF?__Anita Larsen__, A ?PROBATIONARY ?TEACHER.
WHEREAS, ___Anita Larsen___ is a probationary teacher in Independent School District No.0745.

BE IT RESOLVED, by the School Board of Independent School District No. 0745, that pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 122A.40, Subdivision 5, that the teaching contract of ____Anita Larsen______, a probationary teacher in Independent School District No. 0745, is hereby terminated at the close of the current 2017-2018 school year.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that written notice be sent to said teacher regarding termination and non-renewal of his/her contract as provided by law, and that said notice shall be in substantially the following form:

NOTICE OF TERMINATION AND NON-RENEWAL

Anita Larsen

Albany Elementary

Dear Anita,

You are hereby notified that at a __Regular __ meeting of the School Board of Independent School District No. 0745 held on __May 9, 2018__, a resolution was adopted by a majority roll call vote to terminate your contract effective at the end of the current school year and not to renew your contract for the 2018-2019 school year. Said action of the board is taken pursuant to M.S. 122A.40, Subd. 5.

You may officially request that the school board give its reasons for the non-renewal of your teaching contract.  For your information, however, this action is taken because of non-renewal of a probationary teacher’s contract.

Yours very truly,

SCHOOL BOARD OF

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 0745

Clerk of the School Board

The motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly seconded by Paulsen and upon vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor thereof: all present; and the following voted against the same: none; whereupon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted.

8.5 Resolution Placing Teachers on Unrequested Leave of Absence

Member Kreuzer introduced the following resolution and moved its adoption:

RESOLUTION PLACING __Angela Haynes and Laurie Hommerding___ON ?UNREQUESTED LEAVE ?OF ABSENCE
WHEREAS, the School Board of Independent School District No. 0745 adopted a resolution proposing placement of _Angela Haynes and Laurie Hommerding_ on unrequested leave of absence on June 30, 2018, on the grounds of ____Financial Limitations_____; and

WHEREAS, said written notice of the proposed placement on unrequested leave was received by __Angela Haynes and Laurie Hommerding__ by personal service on __April 16, 2018__, and

WHEREAS, said written notice of the proposed placement on unrequested leave contained a statement setting forth the reasons for the proposed placement as well as a statement that he (she) was entitled to a hearing before the school board provided he (she) make a request in writing within fourteen days of receipt of said notice, and that if no hearing was requested within said fourteen day period it constituted acquiescence by _Angela Haynes and Laurie Hommerding__ to the school board’s proposed action, and

WHEREAS, no written request of any kind was received by the school board or superintendent of schools from __Angela Haynes or Laurie Hommerding_ for a hearing as of _May 4, 2018_, and

WHEREAS, said failure to make written request for a hearing within fourteen days after receipt of notice of proposed placement on unrequested leave constitutes acquiescence by __Angela Haynes and Laurie Hommerding__ to their placement on unrequested leave.

BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED, by the School Board of Independent School District No.0745 that

_Angela Haynes and Laurie Hommerding__ be and hereby are placed on unrequested leave of absence as a teacher of Independent School District No. 0745 on the grounds of __Financial Limitations__ effective at the end of the 2017-2018 school year on June 30, 2018 pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Sec.122A.40, Subd. 10* and Article __X___ , Section __7___ of the current  Master Agreement between the School District and the exclusive representative, without pay or 

fringe benefits.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a notice of placement on unrequested leave, together with a copy of this resolution be forwarded to said teachers personally and that an affidavit of same be placed in his/her file, together with a copy of the notice and resolution.

The motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly seconded by Member Gersch and upon vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor thereof: all members present, and the following voted against the same: none, whereupon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted.

8.6 MOU – AFT Unrequested Leave of Absence

The MOU in its entirety is on file in the District Office.  Member Kreuzer made a motion to approve the MOU - AFT Unrequested Leave of Absence; Paulsen seconded. Supported by all present.

8. MOU – AFT Summer AG

The MOU in its entirety is on file in the District Office. Member Paulsen made a motion to approve the MOU for AFT Summer AG, Gersch seconded.  Supported by all present.

8.8 Policy 707 Transportation of Public School Students – Third Read and Approval

Motion by Hansen, seconded by Kreuzer to approve Policy 707 as presented.

8.9 Policy 708 Transportation of Nonpublic School Students – Third Read and Approval

Motion by Hansen, seconded by Kreuzer to approve Policy 708 as presented.

8.10 Policy 709 Student Transportation Safety Policy – Third Read and Approval

Tabled until work session.

8.11 Policy 104 School District Mission Statement – First Read

8.12 Policy 213 School Board Committees – First Read

8.13 Policy 520 Student Surveys – First Read

8.14 Reducing Lead in Water Plan – First Read

8.15 May 23rd Work Session Agenda - Supt Johnson shared the agenda items for the work session: elementary enrollment, staffing, budget, community survey, outside organizations, Policy 709, and the project prioritization.

9. Committee Reports

Minutes attached to Boardbook.

9.1 Teaching & Learning Meeting

9.2 SEE General Membership Meeting

9.3 BEAT Steering Meeting

9.4 Health & Safety Meeting

9.5 WBWF Meeting

9.6 Fifth Monday Meeting

*A schedule of board related meetings can be found on the district website.

10. Superintendent Report

10.1 Community Survey Outline - Supt Johnson thinks it would be timely to have another community survey for all residents again. Feedback of strategic plan, safety and security, past survey issues, WBWF items, are some ideas.  A staff survey would be done as well.  Looking at Fall 2018 for a target date.

10.2 Ribbon Cutting - May 18, 1:15 pm at the BEAT. 

10.3 Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities - (CEO) - Another layer of career readiness. Would like to work with districts of Sauk Centre and Melrose on this project. Learn economics and entrepreneurship.

10.4 Back to School Launch - August 2, 8, and 9th. Intent is to take some pressure off of Open House Day. Parents can come to fill out forms, talk to the nurse and transportation, and lunch account set up are a few of the ideas.  Computers will be distributed at this time too.

10.5 Concert Welcome for BEAT Weekend - school board members to welcome people to concerts.

10.6 Cooperating Organizations (i.e. Sportsmans Club, Booster Club, etc.) - discussion about guidance and support for them and how they mesh with the District and its policies.

10.7 School Board Student Representatives - A huge thank you to our three representatives that went above and beyond expectations. You set the bar very high for future student board reps.

11. Adjournment

Agenda completed at 6:46, a motion to adjourn was made by Kreuzer, seconded by Paulsen. Supported by all present.

Patricia Gersch, Clerk

Greg Johnson, Superintendent

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