LEGALS

6-13-2019


SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS OF THE
ST. LOUIS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
May 28, 2019
Present: Commissioners Frank Jewell, Beth Olson, Paul McDonald, Keith Nelson, Mike Jugovich and Patrick Boyle, Chair ­ 6. Absent: None ­ 0. Fifth District Commissioner Seat ­ Vacant.
Resolution No. 19-308 Minutes for May 14, 2019. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-309­Acquisition of right-of-way and temporary construction easements for the reconstruction of short segments of County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 65/McCarthy Beach Road and CSAH 5 and replacement of County Bridges #633 and #634 located over Sturgeon River in French Township. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-310 Agreement with LHB Corporation, Duluth, MN, in the total amount of $206,962.70 for construction administration and inspection services for County Bridge #27 located on County Road (CR) 293/North Tischer Road in Lakewood Township (CP 0293-257868, SP 069-598-065) and County Bridge #83 located on Highway 44 in Unorganized Township 54-13. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-311 Cooperative agreement with the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) and Wisconsin Central, Ltd. for the closure of CR 763/Wilpin Trail and to install train activated signals and gates at the railroad grade crossing (USDOTNO 252031U) on Spudville Road in Hibbing at no cost to the County, and rescind Resolution No. 18-646 dated November 27, 2018. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-312 Cooperative construction agreement with MnDOT to complete intersection improvements (J-Turn) at the intersection of US-53 and CSAH 7/CR 885 (Industrial Road) in Grand Lake Township. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-313 Authorize the purchase of a subscription service for the NeoGov Learn software module from GovernmentJobs.com, Inc., dba NeoGov of El Segundo, CA, for county-wide learning management, tracking, self-service and reporting of county employee training activities for an annual amount of $35,000. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-314 Abatement list for Board approval. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-315 Workers' compensation report dated May 10, 2019. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-316 Claims and accounts for April 2019. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-317 Application for license to sell tobacco products at retail by K & E Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a The Munger Tavern & Grill, Solway Township, transfer. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-318 Application for a Temporary On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License by YMCA Camp du Nord, Unorganized Township 64-13, for August 31 to September 1, 2019. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-319 Application for On-Sale and Sunday On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License by Cabuma Properties, L.L.C. d/b/a Boondocks Saloon and Grill, Gnesen Township, transfer. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-320 Application for On-Sale 3.2 Percent Malt Liquor License by Pelican Lake Resort, LLC d/b/a Pelican Lake Resort at Norway Point, Leiding Township, transfer. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-321 Application for On-Sale Wine License with Authorization to Sell/Serve Strong Beer On-Site to Pelican Lake Resort, LLC d/b/a Pelican Lake Resort at Norway Point , Leiding Township, new. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-322 Application for On-Sale and Sunday On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License by Takeoff, LLC d/b/a The Landing, Beatty Township, transfer. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-323 Application for On-Sale and Sunday On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License by K & E Enterprises, Inc. d/b/a The Munger Tavern & Grill, Solway Township, transfer. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-324 Application for On-Sale and Sunday On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License by Partridge Enterprises, LLC d/b/a The Oasis, Unorganized Township 60-18, transfer. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-325 Application for Combination On/Off-Sale and Sunday On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License by M. & T. Wedin, Inc. d/b/a Wooden Table Inn, Unorganized Township 60-19, transfer. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-326 Non-exclusive right-of-way easement across state tax forfeited land located in the SW 1/4 of NW 1/4, Section 33, Township 55 North, Range 12 West (Ault Township) granted to Brown Revocable Trust, upon total payment of $1,092. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-327 Non-exclusive right-of-way easement across state tax forfeited land located in Government Lot 3, Section 19, Township 64 North, Range 19 West (Leiding Township) granted to Wisconsin Central, Ltd., upon total payment of $346. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-328 Non-exclusive utility easement across state tax forfeited land located in the SE 1/4 of NW 1/4, Section 27, Township 58 North, Range 20 West (Chisholm) granted to Minnesota Power, upon total payment of $996. Moved by Commissioner Jugovich, supported by Commissioner Jewell. Passed 6-0.
Public Hearing, pursuant to Resolution No. 19-269, adopted April 23, 2019, to consider the issuance of an Off-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License to Vermilion Entertainment, Inc., d/b/a Bayview Lakeside Bar and Grill, Greenwood Township. Representatives from Vermilion Entertainment, Inc., were not present. Commissioner Nelson, supported by Commissioner Boyle, moved to cancel the public hearing. Passed 6-0.
Resolution No. 19-329 Endorse the strategic land realignment project and support full funding of the Minnesota Land Trust's application to the Lessard-Sams Outdoor Heritage Council to acquire private forest lands in St. Louis County. Moved by Commissioner Jewell, supported by Commissioner Olson. Passed 6-0.
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 . June 13-1


84-0335-35664
STATE OF MINNESOTA
OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS
In the Matter of the Petition
for the Creation of the
Ash River Sanitary District
NOTICE OF FINAL ORDER
On January 31, 2019, the St. Louis County Board filed a petition with the Chief Administrative Law Judge of the Office of Administrative Hearings, requesting approval of the creation of the Ash River Sanitary District.
On June 5, 2019, the Chief Administrative Law Judge issued the FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS OF LAW, AND ORDER CREATING THE ASH RIVER SANITARY DISTRICT(Final Order).
The Ash River Sanitary District includes portions of St. Louis County identified as:
Section Four (4), Township 68 North, Range 19 West
Government Lot 2
Government Lot 3
Government Lot 4
Government Lot 5
Section Five (5), Township 68 North, Range 19 West
Government Lot 1
Government Lot 2
Government Lot 5
Government Lot 6
That Part of Government Lot 7 Platted as ASH RIVER PALISADE
Government Lot 8
Government Lot 9
Government Lot 10
Northwest Quarter of Southwest Quarter (NW14 of SW14)
Section Eight (8), Township 68 North, Range 19 West
North 600 feet of Government Lot 2
Section Thirty-Two (32), Township 69 North, Range 19 West
Government Lot 6
Government Lot 7
Government Lot 8
Government Lot 9
Section Thirty-Three (33), Township 69 North, Range 19 West
Government Lot 2
The West One-half of the Southwest Quarter (W12 of SW14) of Section 33 lying westerly of the Ash River
Ten days after this publication, a certified copy of the Final Order will be delivered to the Office of the Secretary of State.
A copy of the Final Order is available for viewing or downloading on the St. Louis County Auditor website at: https://www.stlouiscountymn.gov/ash-river; or you may request a copy of the Final Order by contacting Phil Chapman, Clerk of the County Board, at chapmanp@stlouiscountymn.gov.
June 5, 2019
TAMMY L. PUST
Chief Administrative Law Judge June 13 - 1


 


 


 


 


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