LEGALS

7-21-2016


OFFICE OF THE
MINNESOTA SECRETARY OF STATE
CERTIFICATE OF ASSUMED NAME
Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 333
ASSUMED NAME: ROTECH
PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS:
3600 VINELAND ROAD, SUITE 114,
ORLANDO, FL 32811 USA
NAMEHOLDER(S):
Name: HOME CARE OXYGEN SERVICE, INC.
Address: 3600 VINELAND ROAD, SUITE 114,
ORLANDO, FL 32811
By typing my name, 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.
SIGNED BY: STEVEN B. BURRES
MAILING ADDRESS: None provided
EMAIL FOR OFFICIAL NOTICES:
ANNUALREPORT@ROTECH.COM
July 14 & 21 - 1


NOTICE OF VACANCY
St. Louis County Planning Commission
The St. Louis County Board of Commissioners will be making one (1) appointment to the St. Louis County Planning Commission. The St. Louis County Planning Commission conducts monthly public hearings for comprehensive plans, conditional use permit applications, subdivision platting proposals and other matters as prescribed by county ordinance. The Commission makes recommendations to the County Board on official controls, environmental reviews and zoning text amendments. Typically the meetings are during the daytime on the second Thursday of the month; however, depending on case loads, there may be more than one meeting per month.
Persons interested in being considered for this appointment should submit an application by August 12, 2016 to: Phil Chapman, Clerk of County Board, 100 North 5th Avenue West, Room 214, Courthouse, Duluth, MN, 55802, fax: 218-725-5060, or e-mail chapmanp@stlouiscountymn.gov.
For an application, go to www.stlouiscountymn.gov click on Government, click on Board of Commissioners, click on the Apply for Citizen Advisory Committee link (located on the right). Applications are also available in the County Auditor's Office in the Duluth Courthouse and the Northland Office Building in Virginia or by emailing chapmanp@stlouiscountymn.gov or by calling 218-726-2385.
DONALD DICKLICH, COUNTY AUDITOR
BY: Phil Chapman, Clerk of the County Board
July 21 - 1


ORR CITY COUNCIL
MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING
JUNE 13, 2016
The regularly scheduled meeting of the Orr City Council was held Monday, June 13, 2016, at the Orr City Hall.
Mayor Joel Astleford called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Roll call was taken and the Pledge of Allegiance was recited.
Present: Mayor: Joel Astleford
Councilors: Bruce Black Tom Kennebeck
Lloyd Scott Ericka Cote
No additions or deletions were made to the agenda.
Judy Doughty of Credit Card Solutions was present to answer questions/concerns about implementing a system to process on line credit card payments through the city's new web site. There is no cost to the City. The customer would be charged a 2.5% convenience fee which would go to Credit Card Payment Solutions. Motion by Tom Kennebeck, second by Ericka Cote, to approve entering into an agreement with Credit Card Payment Solutions. All in favor. MOTION CARRIED.
Motion by Tom Kennebeck, second by Ericka Cote, to approve a 3.2 off-sale malt beverage license to Pelican Bay Foods, Inc. All in favor. MOTION CARRIED.
Motion by Bruce Black, second by Lloyd Scott, to approve Orr Volunteer Fire Department protection for St. Louis County Unorganized Townships 63-19 and 66-20 for 2017 in the amount of $9,689. All in favor. MOTION CARRIED.
Motion by Tom Kennebeck, second by Ericka Cote, to approve the following election judges for 2016 primary and general elections: Barbara Johnson, Linda Rissanen, Roni Carr and Dana Erkkila. The judges will be compensated at the rate of $9.00 per hour. All in favor. MOTION CARRIED. Mandatory clerk training for elections is scheduled for June 27, 2016, in Iron, Minnesota. Election judge training will be held July 21, 2016, at the Clinton Town Hall in Iron.
Motion by Lloyd Scott, second by Bruce Black, to approve five year lease with St. Louis County for office space in Old City Hall commencing July 1, 2016. The first two years, the rent will be $400 per month. At the beginning of the third year, rent will increase to $450 per month. All in favor. MOTION CARRIED.
The council discussed the Ambulance Department's request to purchase two laptops for the ambulances to replace the current tablets. They have experienced numerous issues with the current tablets being unreliable and patient signatures difficult to obtain. Jim Gray received three quotes: OC Rugged, $1,300; Panasonic Tough (rebuilt), $1,696.96; and Panasonic Tough, $4,025 (new). Motion by Bruce Black, second by Tom Kennebeck, to approve the ambulance's request to purchase two laptops from OC Rugged for $1,300 each. All in favor. MOTION CARRIED.
Ambulance Finance Director Jim Gray sent bid requests to four companies to obtain quotes for a new ambulance. Two quotes were received: Braun for $174,179; and Osage for $175,639. Motion by Bruce Black, second by Ericka Cote, to approve purchase of the Braun ambulance. All in favor. MOTION CARRIED. The new ambulance will also be eligible for the $4,000 Ford Fleet discount.
Motion by Tom Kennebeck, second by Lloyd Scott, to approve Resolution 2016-6 Authorizing City of Orr to Make Application to and Accept Funds from IRRRB Commercial Redevelopment Grant Program. The purpose of this grant is for removal of the asbestos coal burning boilers from the ORR Center. All in favor. MOTION CARRIED.
Motion by Bruce Black, second by Tom Kennebeck, to approve Dallas Johnson's request to explore options of trading the Kawaski Mule for an all-terrain vehicle with a faster response time. Council approval will be required before finalizing any agreements. All in favor. MOTION CARRIED.
REPORTS FROM DEPARTMENT HEADS:
Liquor Store: Liquor Store Manager Charles Nieman reported the remodeling in the old office is almost complete. Sales were slightly down this last May from the previous May. He has placed a cooler in the off-sale to allow for more room and efficiency.
Water and Sewer: Maintenance Supervisor Paul Koch reported no issues; all is going well.
Airport: Manager Timothy Lilya was not present but reported fuel inventory on May 31st of 480 gallons of 100LL; and 690 gallons of Jet A. He purchased 2000 gallons of 100LL on June 3, 2016. Fuel sales were good for May. The DNR has been purchasing fuel this year.
Ambulance: No report.
Fire Department: No report.
Library: Mayor Astleford read a report from Sharon Lammi. They will be holding a book sale on July 3rd.
Comments from Mayor/Council: Mayor Astleford reported there will no IRRRB funding for King Road for 2016. The electrical issues have been resolved on the ambulance. The City auditors will be at city hall the end of June to conduct the 2015 audit. A location for the City Park dedication sign and installation was discussed. Once the County's ATV Committee is organized, the City will pursue implementing its own ATV Ordinance.
Motion by Bruce Black, second by Tom Kennebeck, to adjourn. All in favor. MOTION CARRIED. Meeting adjourned at 8:03 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Joel R. Astleford Cheri J. Carter
Mayor Clerk/Treasurer
July 21 - 1


SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS OF THE
ST. LOUIS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
July 5, 2016
Present: Commissioners Frank Jewell, Patrick Boyle, Chris Dahlberg, Tom Rukavina, Pete Stauber, Keith Nelson and Chair Steve Raukar ­ 7. Absent: None.
Resolution No. 16-421 Minutes for June 28, 2016. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-422 Addendum to the contract with National Business Systems, Inc., of Eagan, MN, in an amount not to exceed $15,272.76 for additional work required during the process of scanning closed Public Health & Human Services files. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-423 Increase Canosia Township's 2016 Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Prevention Aid from $10,000 to $16,000 to increase boat launch site inspections and public awareness and education of AIS at Caribou and Pike Lakes. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-424 Application and acceptance of $68,600 in FY 2017 Subsurface Sewage Treatment System Base, Incentive & Low-Income Fix-up Grant Funding from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-425 Agreement with Embarrass Township to lease property located in the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4, Section 22, Township 60, Range 15, to operate a solid waste canister site for $300 per year, renewed annually until terminated by either or both parties. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-426 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (non-homestead) by Mary Meyer, Duluth, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-427 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (non-homestead) by Tyler Jesperson, Duluth, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-428 Application for repurchase of state tax forfeited land (homestead) by Deana Marie Smith, Culver, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-429 Non-exclusive utility easement across state tax forfeited land located in the SW 1/4 of SW 1/4, Section 4, Township 62 North, Range 12 West (Morse Township), to Lake Country Power upon total payment of $1,219. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-430 Access easement across state tax forfeited land located in the SW 1/4 of NW 1/4, and NW 1/4 of SW 1/4, Section 29, Township 52 North, Range 16 West (Grand Lake Township), imposed for access to the plat of Registered Land Survey No. 127. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-431 Grant agreement with the Minnesota Department of Transportation for a Local Road Improvement Grant in the amount of $750,000 with additional costs covered by St. Louis County Transportation Sales Tax funds, for improvements to the intersection of County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 4/Rice Lake Road and Airport Road in Duluth. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-432 Agreement with the City of Eveleth whereby the county will pay its share for sidewalk repairs in 2016 and 2017 on certain county roads. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-433 Acquisition of right of way and highway easements for culvert replacements on CSAH 5 in Morcom Township and Unorganized Township 62-21. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-434 Agreement between the Public Works Department and the Sheriff's Office whereby Public Works reimburses the Sheriff's Office $10,000 per year for years 2016 through 2020 (5 years) as its share of the equipment and operation costs associated with enforcing county road weight restrictions. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-435 Agreement with Canosia Township for crack sealing, seal coat and scrub sealing whereby the township will pay its local share for items listed in the Schedule of Prices in the Proposal/Plan Package and Plan. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-436 Supplemental Agreements with Fahrner Asphalt Sealers of Eau Claire, WI, in the amount of $50,000 under project CP 0005-287158 Low for an additional Scrub Seal project on CSAH 91/Haines Road in Duluth, and $160,000 under project CP0005-287158 Low, for an additional Scrub Seal project on CSAH 9/Woodland Avenue in Duluth. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-437 Purchase of up to 21,060 tons of sodium chloride (road salt) from Compass Minerals America, Inc., Overland Park, KS, at the maximum delivered State of Minnesota Contract cost of $1,389,074.40. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-438 Bid awarded to Hunt Electric Corp., Duluth, MN, in the amount of $119,432 for a temporary traffic signal project at the intersection of CSAH 136/6th Street and TH 73 in Chisholm, MN. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-439 Abatement list for Board approval. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-440 Abatement of penalty and interest charges in the amount of $1,024.02 accrued on the unpaid 2010 property tax payable balance of the homestead property of William Hangemon, Hibbing, MN, a qualified Minnesota Disabled Veterans' Homestead Property Tax Exclusion Program since 2009; and further, the unpaid 2010 property tax must be paid no later than July 31, 2016, to avoid further interest charges. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-441 Management of purchases outside the normal purchasing policy related to standard procurement and p-Card policies for the County Extension Office-sponsored Iron Range "Youth in Action (IRYA) Service Learning Trip". Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-442 Application for Lawful Gambling (Paper Pull-Tabs) by Climb, Inc., Inver Grove Heights, MN, to operate out of The Shack, Unorganized Township 59-16, new. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-443 Approve and authorize a Memorandum of Understanding between the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation (DSACF), Ecosystem Investment Partnership Credit Company, LLC (EIP), and the county to establish the amount per credit sold that EIP shall contribute into the Lake Superior Wetland Bank Fund. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-444 Workers' compensation report dated June 24, 2016. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-445 Appoint Cynthia Kafut-Hagen, Hibbing, MN, to the St. Louis County Public Health and Human Services Advisory Committee representing Commissioner District 6, for a term ending December 31, 2016. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-446 Joint Public Hearing with the County Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) held to receive public comment prior to considering a resolution for the issuance of Governmental Housing Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2016, to refinance the Northwood's Townhome, Series 2006 and Series 2008 Bond (Ely). Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle, moved to close the public hearing. Passed 7-0. Commissioner Rukavina, supported by Commissioner Nelson, moved the resolution. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-447 Public Hearing held to receive public comment prior to considering a resolution for an Amendment to the Transportation Sales and Use Tax Transportation Improvement Plan. Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Stauber, moved to close the public hearing. Passed 7-0. Commissioner Stauber, supported by Commissioner Nelson, moved the resolution. Passed 7-0.
Public Hearing held to receive public comment prior to considering the following three (3) resolutions for an Amendment to the 2016-2020 Capital Improvement Plan and the Intent to Issue Capital Improvement Bonds Series 2016A and 2016B. Commissioner Boyle, supported by Commissioner Dahlberg, moved to close the public hearing. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-448 Resolution approving the Amended 2016-2020 Capital Improvement Plan. Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-449 Resolution approving Official Terms and Offering of General Obligation Capital Improvement Bonds, Series 2016A. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Nelson. Passed 7-0.
Resolution No. 16-450 Resolution approving Official Terms and Offering of General Obligation Capital Improvement Bonds, Series 2016B. Moved by Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 7-0.
This is a summary of the official board proceedings. The full text is available in the Clerk of the County Board's Office located at 100 N. 5th Ave. West, #214, Duluth, Minnesota, 55802, by mail or electronic mail, and also at www.stlouiscountymn.gov .
July 21 - 1


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