Public Notices October 1, 2019 Bulletin Area

Public Notices, Foreclosure Notices & Legal Notices published October 1, 2019 in the New Brighton - Mounds View, Shoreview - Arden Hills and St. Anthony Bulletin Area newspapers

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

1. List the exact assumed name

under which the business is or will be

conducted: Bottle Rocket - C-2240

2. Principal Place of Business:

Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP)

International Airport 4300 Glumack

Drive, LT-2150.05, St. Paul, MN

55111 USA

3. List the name and complete street

address of all persons conducting

business under the above Assumed

Name: Host BGB ARG MSP, LLC:

HMSHost, 6905 Rockledge Drive,

Bethesda, MD 20817 USA

4. I, the undersigned, certify that I

am signing this document as the

person whose signature is required,

or as agent of the person(s) whose

signature would be required who has

authorized me to sign this document

on his/her behalf, or in both

capacities. I further certify that I have

completed all required fields, and

that the information in this document

is true and correct and in compliance

with the applicable chapter of

Minnesota Statutes. I understand

that by signing this document I am

subject to the penalties of perjury as

set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had

signed this document under oath.

Date: 9/12/2019

/s/ Jeffrey L. Poersch

(Bulletin: Sept. 25, Oct. 2, 2019)

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

1. List the exact assumed name

under which the business is or will be

conducted: Take Flight Financial

2. Principal Place of Business: 2700

University Avenue West Suite 428,

St Paul, MN 55114 USA

3. List the name and complete street

address of all persons conducting

business under the above Assumed

Name: Blu Line Enterprises LLC:

2700 University Avenue West Suite

428, St Paul, MN 55114 USA

4. I, the undersigned, certify that I

am signing this document as the

person whose signature is required,

or as agent of the person(s) whose

signature would be required who has

authorized me to sign this document

on his/her behalf, or in both

capacities. I further certify that I have

completed all required fields, and

that the information in this document

is true and correct and in compliance

with the applicable chapter of

Minnesota Statutes. I understand

that by signing this document I am

subject to the penalties of perjury as

set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had

signed this document under oath.

Date: 9/18/2019

/s/ Myron Gayles

(Bulletin: Sept. 25, Oct. 2, 2019)

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Mounds View

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

CITY OF MOUNDS VIEW

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

STATE OF MINNESOTA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the Mounds View City Council will

hold a public hearing Monday,

October 14, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. or

as soon thereafter as the matter

may be heard, at Mounds View City

Hall, 2401 Mounds View Boulevard,

Mounds View, Minnesota, 55112, to

hear and pass upon all objections to

the proposed assessment of Unpaid

Administrative Offense Charges,

Unpaid False Alarm Charges,

Unpaid Diseased Tree Charges, and

Unpaid Water Meter Charges.

The proposed assessment roll is on

file for public inspection at the city

administrator’s office.

Anyone desiring to be heard with

reference to this matter may be

heard at this meeting. If you have

questions, please call 763-717-4011.

Mark Beer, Finance Director

(Bulletin: Oct. 2, 2019)

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

CITY OF MOUNDS VIEW

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

STATE OF MINNESOTA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the Mounds View City Council will

hold a public hearing Monday,

October 14, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. or

as soon thereafter as the matter

may be heard, at Mounds View City

Hall, 2401 Mounds View Boulevard,

Mounds View, Minnesota, 55112, to

hear and pass upon all objections

to the proposed assessment of

Delinquent Public Utility Accounts.

The proposed assessment roll is on

file for public inspection at the City

Administrator’s office.

No appeal may be taken as to the

amount of an assessment unless

a written objection signed by the

affected property owner is filed with

the City Administrator prior to the

assessment hearing or presented to

the presiding officer at the hearing.

The City Council may upon such

notice consider any objection to the

amount of a proposed individual

assessment at the public hearing or

at an adjourned meeting upon such

further notice to the affected property

owners, as it deems advisable.

An owner may appeal an

assessment to district court pursuant

to Minnesota Statutes, Section

429.081 by serving notice of the

appeal upon the Mayor or City

Administrator within 30 days after the

adoption of the assessment and filing

such notice with the district court

within ten days after service upon the

Mayor or City Administrator.

Anyone desiring to be heard with

reference to this matter may be

heard at this meeting. If you have

questions, please call 763-717-4014.

Mark Beer, Finance Director

(Bulletin: Oct. 2, 2019)

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ORDINANCE 966

CITY OF MOUNDS VIEW

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

STATE OF MINNESOTA

AN ORDINANCE VACATING

A PORTION OF GREENFIELD

AVENUE IN THE CITY OF

MOUNDS VIEW

WHEREAS, INH Property

Management Inc (Developer),

representing the property

owner; Mounds View Economic

Development Authority (EDA), is

requesting approval of the Final Plat

of Crossroad Pointe. The project

is divided by Greenfield Avenue as

described on Exhibit A, and includes

easements for utilities, driveways

and parking, and is no longer needed

for a public purpose;

WHEREAS, any person, corporation

or City owning or controlling utility

easements contained upon the

property vacated, reserves the right

to continue maintaining the same or

to enter upon such way or portion

thereof vacated to maintain, repair,

replace, remove or otherwise attend

thereto; and,

WHEREAS, it is intended that any

person, corporation or city owning

or controlling utility easements

contained upon the property

vacated shall realign the same with

the realigned right-of-way to be

dedicated to the public pursuant to

the plat of Crossroad Pointe; and,

NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY OF

MOUNDS VIEW ORDAINS:

SECTION 1. The City of Mounds

View Municipal Code Appendix

D is hereby amended to include

reference to the following Ordinance

966:

Subdivision 1. The City

has made a determination that the

land constituting the public roadway

of the traveled portion of Greenfield

Avenue as described below is no

longer needed for a public purpose,

and as such, it is in the public

interest to vacate such portion of

the previously traveled Greenfield

Avenue described as follows:

See Exhibit A

Subdivision 2.

The public utilities or facilities located

in the portion of the Greenfield

Avenue roadway easement area

to be vacated described in Exhibit

A of this ordinance are intended

to be relocated to the right of way

or easements to be dedicated

to the public pursuant to the

plat of Crossroad Pointe. The

proposed vacation of the portion

of the Greenfield Avenue roadway

therefore will not adversely affect

the ability of the City or other utility

to maintain, repair, or replace public

utilities.

Subdivision 3.

The City Council finds that there is no

longer a public need for that portion

of the Greenfield Avenue roadway to

be vacated, as describe in Exhibit A

of this ordinance.

Subdivision 4. The portion of the

roadway, as described in Exhibit A of

this ordinance is hereby vacated.

SECTION 2. In

accordance with Section 3.07 of the

City Charter, City staff shall have

the following summary printed in the

official City newspaper in lieu of the

complete ordinance:

On September 23, 2019, the City

Council adopted Ordinance 966,

vacating portions of Greenfield

Avenue, generally south of County

Road H2, and north of 5284

Greenfield Avenue (Brentwood

Terrace apartments), within the

development known as “Crossroad

Pointe”.

A printed copy of the ordinance

is available for inspection during

regular business hours at Mounds

View City Hall and is available on line

at the City’s web site located at www.

moundsviewmn.org.

SECTION 3. This ordinance

shall take effect and be in force 30

days from and after its passage

and publication, in accordance with

Section 3.09 of the City Charter.

Introduction and First Reading by

the Mounds View City Council on

September 9, 2019.

Second Reading and Adoption by

the Mounds View City Council on

September 23, 2019

Carol A. Mueller, Mayor

Attest:

Nyle Zikmund, City Administrator

(Bulletin: Oct. 2, 2019)

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New Brighton

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

CITY OF NEW BRIGHTON

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

STATE OF MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF A PUBLIC

HEARING TO BE

CONDUCTED BY THE CITY

OF NEW BRIGHTON TO

CONSIDER THE ISSUANCE

OF CONDUIT REVENUE

BONDS TO FINANCE

THE ACQUISITION,

CONSTRUCTION,

AND EQUIPPING OF A

MULTIFAMILY RENTAL

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT IN

THE CITY (OLD HIGHWAY 8

SENIOR HOUSING PROJECT)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the City Council (the “Council”) of

the City of New Brighton, Minnesota

(the “City”) will hold a public hearing

on Tuesday, October 22, 2019, at

or after 6:30 p.m. in the Council

Chambers of the City Hall, 803

Old Highway 8 NW in the City, to

consider a housing program and a

proposal that the City approve and

authorize the issuance of its revenue

bonds or other obligations, in one or

more series, at one time or from time

to time (collectively, the “Bonds”)

pursuant to Minnesota Statutes,

Chapter 462C, as amended (the

“Act”), for the purposes of (i) financing

the acquisition, construction, and

equipping of an approximately 204-

unit multifamily senior rental housing

development and functionally related

facilities to be located at 701 8th

Ave NW in the City (the “Project”);

(ii) funding one or more reserve

funds to secure the timely payment

of the Bonds, if necessary; (iii)

paying interest on the Bonds during

the construction of the Project, if

necessary; and (iv) paying the costs

of issuing the Bonds, if necessary.

New Brighton Leased Housing

Associates II, LLLP, a Minnesota

limited liability limited partnership, or

an affiliated entity, (the “Borrower”)

will own the Project. The estimated

maximum aggregate principal

amount of the proposed Bonds, in

one or more series, at one time or

from time to time, is $49,500,000.

Following the public hearing, the

Council will consider a resolution

approving a housing program

prepared in accordance with the

requirements of the Act and granting

approval to the issuance of the

Bonds.

The Bonds will be special, limited

obligations of the City, and the Bonds

and interest thereon will be payable

solely from the revenues and assets

pledged to the payment thereof. No

holder of any Bond will have the right

to compel any exercise of the taxing

power of the City to pay the Bonds

or the interest thereon, nor to enforce

payment against any property of the

City except money payable by the

Borrower to the City and pledged to

the payment of the Bonds. Before

issuing the Bonds, the City will

enter into an agreement with the

Borrower, whereby the Borrower will

be obligated to make payments at

least sufficient at all times to pay the

principal of and interest on the Bonds

when due.

At the time and place fixed for

the public hearing, the Council will

give all persons who appear at the

hearing an opportunity to express

their views with respect to the

proposal. In addition, interested

persons may direct any questions

or file written comments respecting

the proposal with the City Clerk, at or

prior to said public hearing.

A copy of the housing program will

be on file at City Hall Monday through

Friday until the date of the public

hearing. At the time and place fixed

for the public hearing the Council

will give all persons who appear

or submit comments in writing to

the Council prior to the hearing, an

opportunity to express their views

with respect to the proposal. In

addition, interested persons may

file written comments respecting the

proposal with the City to the attention

of the City Manager at or prior to said

public hearing.

(Bulletin: Oct. 2, 2019)

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CITY OF NEW BRIGHTON

803 OLD HIGHWAY 8 NW

NEW BRIGHTON,

MINNESOTA, 55112

PHONE: (651) 638-2100

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the New

Brighton Planning Commission will

hold a public hearing on the following

land use item(s) on October 15,

2019 at 7:00 PM in the Council

Chambers at New Brighton City Hall.

I. Special Use Permit Amendment

& Site Plan Review: Request from

Mounds View Public Schools to

make improvements to Sunnyside

Elementary School by expanding the

cafeteria, adding classrooms, and

redesigning the bus drop off area to

improve student safety; 2070 County

Road H – PID 18-30-23-12-0001

II. Variance: Application from Scott

Gordhamer seeking a 12.4-foot

variance from the required 30-foot

front yard setback in the R-1 zoning

district to expand the width of an

existing legal nonconforming garage

at 1820 Skyhigh Drive – PID 31-30-

23-14-0006

III. Ordinance 869: An Ordinance

to amend the City’s zoning code

to comply with the new 2040

Comprehensive Plan.

All persons wishing to be heard

on the above item(s) should attend

the meeting, and all are welcome

to make an appointment to review

proposed plans and documents with

the Assistant Director of Community

Assets & Development, Ben Gozola,

prior to the Public Hearing date.

• Telephone: 651-638-2059

• Email: Ben.Gozola@

newbrightonmn.gov

Emailed comments may be

submitted to the City no later than

noon on the day of the meeting.

Terri Spangrud, City Clerk

09/24/2019

(Bulletin: Oct. 2, 2019)

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Roseville

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

on October 30, 2019 at 2:00pm at

3020 Rice Street, C25, St. Paul, MN

55113, the following property will be

sold by public auction by the Sheriff

of Ramsey County:

1) A 1980 Libe manufactured

home, Manufacturer’s Serial

Number registered to the State of

Minnesota as VIN 06L14139, and

any contents therein or about the

premises. The manufactured home

is located within the Thirty Twenty

Estates, LLC, Manufactured Home

Community located at 3020 Rice

Street, St. Paul, MN 55113.

This sale will be held to satisfy a

claim upon the above described

property held by Thirty Twenty

Estates, LLC, pursuant to Minnesota

Statutes sections 504B and 514.

Upon information and belief, this

property is owned by Eleuteria Acebu

Ponferrada. The property appears to

be abandoned. The amount of the

claim against the above referenced

property is approximately $6,068.00,

exclusive of the expenses of said

sale and any expenses occurred

after this notice and exclusive of any

allowed attorney fees.

Dated: 9/6/2019

Ken Wasche, Esq.

Kenneth M. Wasche, P.C.

13060 Central Ave NE, Suite 200

Blaine, MN 55443

(Roseville Review: Sept. 17, 24,

Oct. 1, 2019)

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NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the

property will be sold on October 17,

2019. The property will be offered

online at www.StorageTreasures.

com and more information about

the sale can be found at that

website. The undersigned Acorn

Mini Storage will sell at Public Sale

by competitive bidding the personal

property heretofore stored with the

undersigned by:

Unit # 806 Xia Hang: stereo equip.,

fishing equip. tool box, luggage,

boxes

Unit #3313 Lilli Waknitz: vacuum

cleaner, computer equip, luggage,

furniture, boxes

(Roseville Review: Sept. 24, Oct. 1,

2019)

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

The contents of the following

storage units from the U-Haul

Moving & Storage At Hwy 280, 2520

Como Ave, St. Paul, MN, 55108, will

be sold to the public online only at

storagetreasures.com. Bidding will

begin on 10/18/19 at 12pm.

Unit number 1221 leased by

Brandon Norrgard. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $395.80

Unit number 1094 leased by

Amanda Freeman. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $401.80

Unit number 1541 leased by

Tommie Dawson. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $389.90

Unit number AA3227D leased

by Taylor Landry. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $295.64

Unit number 1494 leased by

Robert Patrick. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $719.90

Unit number 1348 leased by

Tamisha Chessier. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods

Amount Due: $245.80

Unit number AA1389T leased

by Jeanne Arp. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $197.66

Unit number 1012 leased by

Douglas Twait. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $379.90

Unit number 1979 leased by

Yussuf Mohamed. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $409.90

Unit number AA1385T leased by

John Koukoumelis. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $205.62

Unit number 1311 leased by

Denise Tucker. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $289.90

Unit number 1551 leased by Mary

Haas. Miscellaneous household and

personal goods.

Amount Due: $389.90

Unit number AA1321T leased

by Dung Nguyen. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $185.64

Unit number 2127 leased by Minnie

Loyd. Miscellaneous household and

personal goods.

Amount Due: $399.90

Unit number 1505 leased by

Julia Poevoorde. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $299.90

Unit number AA1317T leased

by Dung Nguyen. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $185.64

Unit number 1259 leased by

Prudence Flannigan. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $379.90

Unit number 1159 leased by

Cristianne Kruse. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $499.90

Unit number 1739 leased by Sean

Gill. Miscellaneous household and

personal goods.

Amount Due: $374.90

Unit number 1704 leased by

Michelle Godfrey. Miscellaneous

household and personal goods.

Amount Due: $299.90

(Roseville Review Sept. 24, Oct. 1,

2019)

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Saint Anthony

NOTICE OF

A PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given that on

October 15, 2019, 7:00 p.m. at

City Hall, 3301 Silver Lake Road,

the Saint Anthony Village Planning

Commission will hold a public

hearing to solicit public response to

proposed ordinance amendments

regarding walkways, sidewalks, and

patios. The Planning Commission

will present their recommendations

to the City Council at a later date.

Those persons having an interest

in said meeting are encouraged

to attend. Oral testimony will be

accepted on the above subject at

this meeting. Written comments may

be taken at the St. Anthony Village

City Hall, 3301 Silver Lake Road,

St. Anthony Village, Minnesota

55418 until the date of the hearing.

Questions may be directed to the

City Planner at 763-957-1100.

The Planning Commission agenda

and packet item relating to this

application will be made available

prior to the meeting online at www.

savmn.com .

Steve Grittman

City Planner

(Bulletin: Oct. 2, 2019)

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Minutes

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION

MINUTES OF THE MEETING

SCHOOL BOARD

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 623

ROSEVILLE AREA SCHOOLS

SEPTEMBER 10, 2019

These are the abridged minutes

from the School Board meeting

held on September 10, 2019, which

were approved at the September

24, 2019, School Board meeting.

The regular meeting was called to

order at 6:30 p.m.

Board Members present: Anderson,

Azer, Boguszewski, Gogins,

Johnson, Shaw

Board Members absent: None

Administrative staff present:

Collins, Favor, Loeck, Mobley,

Schaub, Sicoli, Thompson, Von De

Linde

Reports and Non-Action Items:

1. Dr. Jenny Loeck, assistant

superintendent, and prekindergarten,

elementary and secondary

administrators and staff provided

information on the first day of the

2019-2020 school year, focusing on

student transitions.

Action Items:

1. The consent agenda including

the minutes of the regular school

board meeting on August 20, 2019;

payment of bills; resignations,

appointments, reductions,

adjustments; gifts; and 21st Century

Community Learning Centers grant

was approved.

2. A Resolution Providing for

the Sale of General Obligation

School Building Refunding Bonds,

Series 2019A; and Covenanting

and Obligating the District to be

Bound by and to Use the Provisions

of Minnesota Statutes, Section

126C.55 to Guarantee the Payment

of the Principal and Interest on

These Bonds was approved.

3. A Resolution Limiting Open

Enrollment in grades 9 and 10 for

the 2019-2020 school year was

approved.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:20

p.m.

Mike Boguszewski, Clerk

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