Public Notices October 1, 2019 South-West Review

Public Notices, Foreclosure Notices & Legal Notices published October 1, 2019 in the South-West Review.

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CITY OF WEST ST. PAUL

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARINGS

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

The following item will be a Public

Hearing at the City Council meeting

on Monday, October 14, 2019, at

6:30 pm:

Amending Section 113.05 and

113.07 of the West St. Paul City

Code

Regarding Tobacco Sales to

Persons Under the Age of 21

Interested persons will be heard at

the meeting. If you need any type

of accommodation to participate in

the meeting, please contact the ADA

Coordinator at 651-552-4102 at least

5 (five) business days prior to the

meeting.

If you have any questions,

contact Interim Police Chief Brian

Sturgeon at (651) 552-4202.

Shirley R Buecksler

City Clerk

City of West St. Paul

(South-West Review: Sept. 29, 2019)

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MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT

OF TRANSPORTATION

NOTICE:

SEPTEMBER 30, 2019

PROPOSED

DECOMMISSIONING

HOPEY Non-Directional Beacon

(NDB) and Locator Outer Marker

(LOM)

MnDOT Aeronautics owns,

operates, and maintains the HOPEY

(PPI) NDB and LOM as part of a

system of installations serving the

aviation public navigational needs.

State-owned installations are in

addition to the network provided by

the Federal Aviation Administration

(FAA).

HOPEY NDB serves; St. Paul

Downtown airport (STP) with an NDB

approach to Runway 31, Lake Elmo

airport (21D) with an NDB approach

to Runway 4, and the South St. Paul

airport (SGS) with an NDB-B Circling

approach. Decommissioning will

cause the cancellation of all NDB

Approaches. MnDOT will be

requesting a new RNAV approach

for 21D Runway 4. SGS will continue

to have RNAV-B SGS, and the STP

airport needs will be reviewed, if a

replacement approach is needed.

MnDOT Aeronautics is considering

decommissioning of the system

because the lease for the land on

which HOPEY is located is due to

expire and the landowner is not

willing to renew. Additionally, NDB

approaches are no longer being

supported by the FAA and will all be

removed from the national airspace

system in the coming years. NDB

approaches are no longer required

on any flight test for certification of

a pilot. MnDOT Aeronautics will

experience cost savings as a result

of this proposed decommissioning

enabling investment in modernization

of other critical equipment used by all

airmen in the modern day national

airspace system.

Interested parties are invited

to respond to this proposal by

submitting written comments, data, or

opinions. Comments should address

the overall aeronautical, economic,

environmental, and energyrelated

aspects of the proposal.

All communications received on or

before the specified closing date for

comments will be considered before

taking action on the proposal. This

proposal may change as a result of

comments received.

Comment Period closes:

October 30, 2019

Send comments to:

MnDOT Office of Aeronautics

John B Dalton

Navigation System Engineer

222 East Plato Boulevard

St. Paul, Minnesota 55107-1618

http://www.dot.state.mn.us/aero/

The Minnesota Department of

Transportation is committed to

increasing transparency and

collaboration and ensuring everyone

has the opportunity to participate in

public engagement.

(South-West Review: September 29,

2019)

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NOTICE OF CONDOMINIUM

ASSOCIATION LIEN

FORECLOSURE SALE

WHEREAS, default has been made

in the terms and conditions of the

Declaration for Springwood Ponds,

Condominium No. 106 (henceforth

the Declaration) dated March 20,

1991 and recorded in the office

of the County Recorder in and for

Dakota County, Minnesota on April

9, 1991 as Document No. 980241,

which said Declaration covers the

following described property situated

in the County of Dakota and State of

Minnesota, to-wit:

Unit No. 39, Condominium No. 106,

Springwood Ponds, a condominium

according to the plat thereof on file or

of record in the Office of the Dakota

County Recorder, Dakota County,

Minnesota.

Street address: 8369 Corcoran

Circle, Inver Grove Heights, MN

PID #207150004039

WHEREAS, pursuant to said

Declaration, there is claimed to be

due and owing as of the date of this

Notice by Stacey Cain as unit owner

to Springwood Ponds Homeowners

Association, the principal amount of

Two Thousand Eight Hundred Three

Dollars and No/100 ($2,803.00) for

condominium assessments through

August, 2019; and no action being

now pending at law or otherwise to

recover said debt or any part thereof,

and;

WHEREAS, pursuant to said

Declaration, and the statute in such

case made and provided, said debt

creates a lien upon said premises

in favor of Springwood Ponds

Homeowners Association.

NOW, THEREFORE, notice is

hereby given that by virtue of the

power of sale created by statute, said

lien will be foreclosed by the sale of

said premises with the hereditaments

and appurtenances, which said sale

will be made by the Sheriff of Dakota

County, Minnesota at the Sheriff=s

main office in the Dakota County

Courthouse Civil Division, 1580

Highway 55 - lobby S-100, in the

City of Hastings in said County on

November 14, 2019; at 10:00 a.m., at

public auction to the highest bidder,

for cash, to pay the amount then due

for said condominium assessments,

together with the costs of foreclosure,

including attorney=s fees as allowed

by law. The time allowed by law for

redemption by the unit owner, her

personal representatives or assigns,

is six (6) months from the date of said

sale.

TIME AND DATE TO VACATE

PROPERTY: If the real estate is

an owner-occupied single family

dwelling, unless otherwise provided

by law, the date on or before which

the unit owners must vacate the

property if the lien is not reinstated

under section 580.30 or the property

is not redeemed under section

580.23 is 11:59 p.m. on May 14,

2020. If the foregoing date is a

Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday,

then the date to vacate the property

is the next business day at 11:59

p.m.

Dated: August 23, 2019

SPRINGWOOD PONDS

HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

FULLER, SEAVER & SWANSON,

P.A.

By:

Timothy D. Fuller 32694

12400 Portland Avenue South

Suite 132

Burnsville, MN 55337

(952) 890-0888

Attorneys for Springwood Ponds

Homeowners Association

(South-West Review: Sept. 1, 8, 15,

22, 29, Oct. 6, 2019)

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NOTICE OF CONDOMINIUM

ASSOCIATION LIEN

FORECLOSURE SALE

WHEREAS, default has been made

in the terms and conditions of the

Declaration for Springwood Ponds,

Condominium No. 106 (henceforth

the Declaration) dated March 20,

1991 and recorded in the office

of the County Recorder in and for

Dakota County, Minnesota on April

9, 1991 as Document No. 980241,

which said Declaration covers the

following described property situated

in the County of Dakota and State of

Minnesota, to-wit:

Unit No. 86, Condominium No. 106,

Springwood Ponds, a condominium

according to the plat thereof on file or

of record in the Office of the Dakota

County Recorder, Dakota County,

Minnesota.

Street address: 8414 Copperfield

Way, Inver Grove Heights, MN

PID #20 71500 04 086

WHEREAS, pursuant to said

Declaration, there is claimed to be

due and owing as of the date of

this Notice by Gregory Koecher as

unit owner to Springwood Ponds

Homeowners Association, the

principal amount of Two Thousand

Three Hundred Eighty-three

Dollars and No/100 ($2,383.00) for

condominium assessments through

August, 2019; and no action being

now pending at law or otherwise to

recover said debt or any part thereof,

and;

WHEREAS, pursuant to said

Declaration, and the statute in such

case made and provided, said debt

creates a lien upon said premises

in favor of Springwood Ponds

Homeowners Association.

NOW, THEREFORE, notice is

hereby given that by virtue of the

power of sale created by statute, said

lien will be foreclosed by the sale of

said premises with the hereditaments

and appurtenances, which said sale

will be made by the Sheriff of Dakota

County, Minnesota at the Sheriff=s

main office in the Dakota County

Courthouse Civil Division, 1580

Highway 55 - lobby S-100, in the

City of Hastings in said County on

November 14, 2019; at 10:00 a.m., at

public auction to the highest bidder,

for cash, to pay the amount then due

for said condominium assessments,

together with the costs of foreclosure,

including attorney=s fees as allowed

by law. The time allowed by law for

redemption by the unit owner, his

personal representatives or assigns,

is six (6) months from the date of said

sale.

TIME AND DATE TO VACATE

PROPERTY: If the real estate is

an owner-occupied single family

dwelling, unless otherwise provided

by law, the date on or before which

the unit owners must vacate the

property if the lien is not reinstated

under section 580.30 or the property

is not redeemed under section

580.23 is 11:59 p.m. on May 14,

2020. If the foregoing date is a

Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday,

then the date to vacate the property

is the next business day at 11:59

p.m.

Dated: August 23, 2019

SPRINGWOOD PONDS

HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

FULLER, SEAVER & SWANSON,

P.A.

By:

Timothy D. Fuller 32694

12400 Portland Avenue South

Suite 132

Burnsville, MN 55337

(952) 890-0888

Attorneys for Springwood Ponds

Homeowners Association

(South-West Review: Sept. 1, 8, 15,

22, 29, Oct. 6, 2019)

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

ON IMPROVEMENT ROBERT

STREET SIDEWALK SNOW

REMOVAL

2019-2020

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that the City

Council will meet at 6:30 p.m. on

Monday, October 14, 2019 in the

Municipal Center Council Chambers,

1616 Humboldt Avenue, to consider

the maintenance activity for Robert

Street Sidewalk Snow Removal by

clearing snow after each snowfall

from the sidewalks and bus stops/

benches from Butler Avenue

to Mendota Road, pursuant to

Minnesota Statutes Section 429.011

to 429.111.

The area proposed to be assessed

for such improvement is the property

abutting Robert Street between

Butler Avenue and Mendota

Road. The estimated cost of the

maintenance is $133,129.12.

At the Public Hearing, the City

will have available a reasonable

estimate of the impact of the

special assessment by providing

the anticipated amount of the future

special assessment for each parcel

proposed to be assessed; this

amount will be an estimate only

and is subject to change at the time

the special assessments for the

improvement project area actually

levied. Such persons as desire to be

heard with reference to the proposed

improvement will be heard at this

meeting.

The City of West St. Paul does not

discriminate on the basis of race,

color, national origin, sex, religion,

age or disability in employment or

the provision of services.

If you need any type of

accommodation to participate in the

meeting, please contact the ADA

Coordinator (651) 552-4108 or TDD

(651) 322-2323 at least five business

days prior to the meeting.

Shirley R Buecksler, City Clerk

(South-West Review: Sept. 29,

2019)

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CITY OF WEST ST. PAUL

NOTICE OF HEARING ON

PROPOSED ASSESSMENT

WENTWORTH AVENUE

RECONSTRUCTION

PROJECT

PROJECT NO. 17-7

TO WHOM IT MAY

CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that the City

Council will meet at 6:30 p.m. on

Monday, October 14, 2019 in the

Municipal Center Council Chambers,

1616 Humboldt Avenue, to consider,

and possibly adopt, the proposed

assessment for the improvement of

Wentworth Avenue from Delaware

Avenue to Humboldt Avenue by

roadway reconstruction and utility

improvements. Adoption by the City

Council of the proposed assessment

may occur at the hearing.

Such assessment is proposed to be

payable in equal annual installments

extending over a period of 10 years,

the first of the installments will be

payable with County tax payments

and will bear interest at the rate of

3.87 percent per annum starting

November 14, 2019. To each

subsequent installment when due

shall be added interest for one year

on all unpaid installments.

You may at any time prior to

certification of the assessment to

the County auditor, pay the entire

assessment on such property. No

interest shall be charged if the

entire assessment is paid in full by

November 14, 2019. You may at any

time thereafter, pay to the County

Treasurer the entire amount of the

assessment remaining unpaid, with

interest accrued to December 31 of

the year in which such payment is

made. If you decide not to prepay

the assessment before the date

given above, the rate of interest

that will apply is 3.87 percent per

year. The right to partially prepay

the assessment according to City

Ordinance Section 325 is available

until November 14, 2019.

The proposed assessment roll

is on file for public inspection at

the City Clerk’s Office. The total

amount of the proposed assessment

is $299,616.00. Written or oral

objections will be considered at the

meeting. No appeal may be taken

as to the amount of an assessment

unless a signed, written objection

is filed with the City Clerk prior to

the 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 an adjourned meeting upon such

further notice to the affected property

owners as it deems advisable.

If an assessment is contested or

there is an adjourned hearing, the

following procedure will be followed:

1. The City will present its case first

by calling witnesses who may testify

by narrative or by examination,

and by the introduction of exhibits.

After each witness has testified, the

contesting party will be allowed to

ask questions. This procedure will

be repeated with each witness until

neither side has further questions.

2. After the City has presented all

its evidence, the objector may call

witnesses or present such testimony

as the objector desires. The same

procedure for questioning of the

City’s witnesses will be followed with

the objector’s witnesses.

3. The objector may be represented

by counsel.

4. Minnesota rules of evidence will

not be strictly applied; however, they

may be considered and argued to the

City Council as to the weight of items

of evidence or testimony presented

to the City Council.

5. The entire proceedings will be

tape recorded (videotaped).

6. At the close of presentation of

evidence, the objector may make a

final presentation to the City Council

based on the evidence and the law.

No new evidence may be presented

at this point.

7. The City Council may adopt the

proposed assessment at the hearing.

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

Clerk of the City 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 Clerk.

Under Minnesota Statutes, Section

435.193 to 435.195 and City

Council Resolution No. 01-68, the

City Council may, in its discretion,

defer the payment of this special

assessment for any homestead

property owned by a person 65 years

of age or older for whom it would be

a hardship to make the payments.

When deferment of the special

assessment has been granted and is

terminated for any reason provided

in that law, all amounts accumulated

plus applicable interest become

due. Any assessed property owner

meeting the requirements of this

law and the ordinance adopted

under it may, within 30 days of the

confirmation of the assessment,

apply to the Finance Director for the

prescribed form for such deferral of

payment of this special assessment

on his property.

Such persons as desire to be heard

with reference to this proposed

assessment may be heard at this

meeting.

The City of West St. Paul does not

discriminate on the basis of race,

color, national origin, sex, religion,

age or disability in employment or

the provision of services. If you

need any type of accommodation

to participate in the meeting, please

contact the ADA Coordinator, (651)

552-4108 or TDD (651) 332-2323

at least 5 business days prior to the

meeting.

Shirley R Buecksler, City Clerk

(South-West Review: Sept. 29,

2019)

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CITY OF WEST ST. PAUL

NOTICE OF HEARING ON

PROPOSED ASSESSMENT

2019 STREET

IMPROVEMENTS

PROJECT NO. 19-1

TO WHOM IT MAY

CONCERN:

Notice is hereby given that the

City Council will meet at 6:30 p.m.

on Monday, October 14, 2019

in the Municipal Center Council

Chambers, 1616 Humboldt Avenue,

to consider, and possibly adopt,

the proposed assessment for the

improvement of Livingston Avenue

from Thompson Avenue to Mendota

Road and the alley south of Orme

Street, east of Ottawa Avenue by

roadway reconstruction and utility

improvements. Adoption by the City

Council of the proposed assessment

may occur at the hearing.

Such assessment is proposed to be

payable in equal annual installments

extending over a period of 10 years,

the first of the installments will be

payable with County tax payments

and will bear interest at the rate of

3.87 percent per annum starting

November 14, 2019. To each

subsequent installment when due

shall be added interest for one year

on all unpaid installments.

You may at any time prior to

certification of the assessment to

the County auditor, pay the entire

assessment on such property. No

interest shall be charged if the

entire assessment is paid in full by

November 14, 2019. You may at any

time thereafter, pay to the County

Treasurer the entire amount of the

assessment remaining unpaid, with

interest accrued to December 31 of

the year in which such payment is

made. If you decide not to prepay

the assessment before the date

given above, the rate of interest

that will apply is 3.87 percent per

year. The right to partially prepay

the assessment according to City

Ordinance Section 325 is available

until November 14, 2019.

The proposed assessment roll

is on file for public inspection at

the City Clerk’s Office. The total

amount of the proposed assessment

is $742,470.00. Written or oral

objections will be considered at the

meeting. No appeal may be taken

as to the amount of an assessment

unless a signed, written objection

is filed with the City Clerk prior to

the 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 an adjourned meeting upon such

further notice to the affected property

owners as it deems advisable.

If an assessment is contested or

there is an adjourned hearing, the

following procedure will be followed:

1. The City will present its case first

by calling witnesses who may testify

by narrative or by examination,

and by the introduction of exhibits.

After each witness has testified, the

contesting party will be allowed to

ask questions. This procedure will

be repeated with each witness until

neither side has further questions.

2. After the City has presented all

its evidence, the objector may call

witnesses or present such testimony

as the objector desires. The same

procedure for questioning of the

City’s witnesses will be followed with

the objector’s witnesses.

3. The objector may be represented

by counsel.

4. Minnesota rules of evidence will

not be strictly applied; however, they

may be considered and argued to the

City Council as to the weight of items

of evidence or testimony presented

to the City Council.

5. The entire proceedings will be

tape recorded (videotaped).

6. At the close of presentation of

evidence, the objector may make a

final presentation to the City Council

based on the evidence and the law.

No new evidence may be presented

at this point.

7. The City Council may adopt the

proposed assessment at the hearing.

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

Clerk of the City 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 Clerk.

Under Minnesota Statutes, Section

435.193 to 435.195 and City

Council Resolution No. 01-68, the

City Council may, in its discretion,

defer the payment of this special

assessment for any homestead

property owned by a person 65 years

of age or older for whom it would be

a hardship to make the payments.

When deferment of the special

assessment has been granted and is

terminated for any reason provided

in that law, all amounts accumulated

plus applicable interest become

due. Any assessed property owner

meeting the requirements of this

law and the ordinance adopted

under it may, within 30 days of the

confirmation of the assessment,

apply to the Finance Director for the

prescribed form for such deferral of

payment of this special assessment

on his property.

Such persons as desire to be heard

with reference to this proposed

assessment may be heard at this

meeting.

The City of West St. Paul does not

discriminate on the basis of race,

color, national origin, sex, religion,

age or disability in employment or

the provision of services. If you

need any type of accommodation

to participate in the meeting, please

contact the ADA Coordinator, (651)

552-4108 or TDD (651) 332-2323

at least 5 business days prior to the

meeting.

Shirley R Buecksler, City Clerk

(South-West Review: Sept. 29,

2019)

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the

Planning Commission of Inver Grove

Heights will meet on TUESDAY,

OCTOBER 15, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in

the City Council Chambers, located

at 8150 Barbara Avenue, Inver

Grove Heights, MN to consider the

request for ANDREW HOROWITZ

- CASE NO. 19-42C. This request

involves property located at 6775

Cahill Avenue and identified as PID

No. 20-27500-01-010.

The request consists of:

A Conditional Use Permit to allow

a medical complex/ treatment facility

to be operated out of the existing

building.

All written and oral statements will

be considered at the public hearing

and all those desiring to be heard

will be heard at the public hearing.

Plans are available for public review

at the City Hall offices during normal

business hours and on the City of

Inver Grove Heights website (www.

invergroveheights.org). If you have

questions on the request, please call

the Planning Department at 651-450-

2545.

Joe Lynch, City Administrator / City

Clerk

(South-West Review: Sept. 29,

2019)

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NOTICE OF

PUBLIC HEARING

ON THE ADOPTION OF THE

2020 5-YEAR AGENCY PLAN

FOR THE PUBLIC HOUSING

PROGRAM

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that

the Housing and Redevelopment

Authority of the City of South St.

Paul (the “HRA”), South St. Paul,

Minnesota, has developed its Five-

Year Public Housing Agency (PHA)

Plan in compliance with the Quality

Housing and Work Responsibility Act

of 1998. A public hearing to review

the plan will be held on Monday,

October 14, 2019 at 6:30 P.M. in the

Training Room of the South St. Paul

City Hall located at 125 Third Avenue

North, South St. Paul, Minnesota. A

draft of the PHA plan is available for

review at the HRA’s office located

at 125 Third Avenue North, South

St. Paul, MN and on the Agency’s

website at http://www.southstpaul.

org under News & Announcements.

Anyone interested in commenting

on the plan may do so in writing by

October 11, 2019 or by attending the

public hearing. Written comments

can be mailed to South St. Paul

HRA, 125 Third Avenue North, South

St. Paul, MN 55075.

Dated: September 6, 2019

HOUSING & REDEVELOPMENT

AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF

SOUTH ST. PAUL

Ryan Garcia

Executive Director

(South-West Review: Sept. 29, 2019)

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INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 197

PUBLICATION NOTICE

WEST ST. PAUL/MENDOTA

HEIGHTS/EAGAN AREA

SCHOOLS

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,

2019

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

AND WORK SESSION

A school board meeting and work

session were held at 5:00 p.m. on

Monday, September 23, 2019 at

Henry Sibley High School, Room

A-241, 1897 Delaware Avenue,

Mendota Heights, MN. The following

board members were present: John

Chandler, Brenda Corbett, Stephanie

Levine, Joanne Mansur, Maureen

Ramirez, and Byron Schwab. Board

member Terry Stamman was absent.

Superintendent Peter Olson-Skog

was present.

A motion carried to approve the

main agenda.

A motion carried to approve the

consent agenda. The consent

agenda included minutes from the

September 9 meeting; personnel

recommendations; gifts to the district;

administrative review of policies 427

and 720.

A motion carried to approve Group

2 rental fees for Warrior Field and

the Matson Field Complex. The

remainder of the report will be

reworked and brought back to the

board.

A motion carried to approve the

proposed property tax levy payable

2019.

A first reading of Policy 611, Home

Schooling, was presented.

A first reading of Policy 102, Equal

Educational Opportunity, was

presented.

A work session followed. Updates

were provided on Personalized

Learning and District Enrollment.

A closed session was held to

discuss labor negotiations strategy.

The meeting adjourned at 7:38 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled School

Board meeting of Independent

School District 197 is scheduled for

Monday, October 7, 2019 at 6:00

p.m. at the Mendota Heights Council

Chambers, 1101 Victoria Curve,

Mendota Heights, MN.

This is a summary of the meeting

for publication purposes. The full

text and meeting materials are

available for public inspection at the

administrative offices of the school

district or at www.isd197.org.

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INVER GROVE HEIGHTS

COMMUNITY SCHOOLS

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL

DISTRICT 199

PUBLICATION NOTICE

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,

2019

REGULAR MEETING OF THE

BOARD OF EDUCATION

A regular meeting of the Inver Grove

Heights Community Schools Board

of Education was called to order at

5:30 p.m. on Monday, September

23, 2019 at the ISD 199 District

Office, located at 2990 80th Street

East, Inver Grove Heights, MN.

The following board members were

present: Cindy Nordstrom, Carrie

Lounsberry, Lynette Stensgard,

Sherry Warrick, Sue Gliva and Matt

Schaefer. Superintendent Dave

Bernhardson was also present.

Board Clerk Rachel Hanson was

absent.

Motions carried to approve the

agenda and consent agenda. The

consent agenda included August 19,

2019 school board regular meeting

and closed meeting minutes; August

cash disbursements and check

register; personnel transactions;

donations, gifts and grants; and

approval of the Local Education

Agency Representative for the 2019-

20 school year.

Superintendent Dave Bernhardson

shared a highlight on Creating

Conditions for Success.

Director of Community Education

Barb Pierce and Spartan Kids Care

Coordinator Erica Tollefson shared

an update on summer Community

Education programs offered through

ISD 199.

An update on the upcoming

November 5, 2019 election was

shared. More information can be

found on the district website www.

isd199.org.

School Board committee and

membership reports were shared.

A motion carried to approve the

2019 Payable 2020 Property Tax

Levy.

A motion carried to approve the

Three-Year Policy Cycle.

A motion carried to approve the

Resolution Appointing Election

Judges.

A motion carried to approve the

Resolution Combining Polling Place

Locations.

The meeting adjourned at 6:20 p.m.

The next Regular Board Meeting

will be held on October 28, 2019

at 5:30pm. This meeting will take

place at the Salem Hills Elementary

School, 5899 Babcock Trail, Inver

Grove Heights, MN.

This is a summary of the meeting

for publication purposes. Please visit

the District’s website at www.isd199.

org or contact the Superintendent’s

Office at (651) 306-7156 for a

complete set of official meeting

minutes.

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SOUTH ST. PAUL BOARD OF

EDUCATION MEETING

MONDAY,

SEPTEMBER 23, 2019

REGULAR MEETING

SUMMARY

The regular meeting of the School

Board for Special School District No.

6, South St. Paul, was called to order

at 7:15 PM in the Council Chambers

at City Hall on Monday, September

23, 2019.

The members of the South St. Paul

School Board and audience recited

the Pledge of Allegiance.

A motion passed approving this

evening’s meeting agenda and the

minutes from the previous meeting.

Quality-in-Action

Kaposia Education Center (KEC)

Assistant Principal Dan Riley and

Student Support Specialist Michelle

Wallace provided an update to the

Positive Behavior Intervention and

Support (PBIS) work at KEC. The

PBIS model, which is in its fourth

and final year of implementation at

KEC, teaches kids about behavior

just as they would teach about

other subjects like math and

reading. It is a way for schools to

develop systems and structures to

encourage good behavior through

instruction, practice, feedback and

encouragement.

Reports

Superintendent’s Report:

Superintendent Webb provided

highlights from around the District.

A motion passed approving the

staffing and financials as presented.

A motion passed approving the

Part-Time Teacher Program with the

employee paying both the employee

and employer contributions.

A motion passed certifying the 2019

Payable 2020 Proposed Property

Tax levy to the maximum and

declare Monday, December 19, 2019

at 7:15 PM in the City Hall Council

Chambers, 125 Third Avenue North,

as the official public hearing to

certify the 2019 Payable 2020 Final

Property Tax Levy.

A motion passed approving the

2020 Central Square Community

Center operating budget.

A motion passed approving the

lease agreement with the South St.

Paul Educational Foundation.

A motion passed approving the new

Public Listening Session structure

and guidelines.

School Board members reported on

various educational activities/events

in which they have participated as

well as other informational items.

The Monday, September 23,

2019, School Board meeting was

adjourned at 7:50 PM.

For a complete set of official

minutes, please visit the District’s

website at www.sspps.org or

contact the Superintendent’s

Office at (651) 457-9465.

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