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Winthrop News Wednesday, Apr. 8, 1998 County Board Proceedings, Regxdar Session, January 27, 1998 The Sibley County Boarc~ of Commissioners convened in the Commisaione~' Room in the Courthouse in the City of Gaylord, Minnesota on Tuesday, January 27, 1998 at 9:00 a.m. pursuant to notice given as required by law. Members of the Board present: Comm/ss/oners Leo Bauer, William Harjes, Jr., Don. Schwecke, Todd Voigt and Charl/e Woehler. Also present were David E. Schauer, County Attorney and Gene O. Soimonson, County Auditor. The meeting wu called to order by Chairman Leo Bauer and began with the Pledge of Allegiance. Public Works Director Gene Isakson presented six contracts for renewal of the solid waste I/censas for County Board approval. A motion was made by Commise/oner Voigt and seconded by Commissioner Schwecke to approve the renewal of the solid waste hauler license agreements with Waste Management, Irish Transportation, Inc., Lake County Sanitation; Gaylord Sanitation, Cook Sanitation and Kubasch & Sons, Inc. for 1998 and to authorize the Chairman of the Board and the County Solid Waste officer to execute the contract agree- meats on bebalfofSibley County. Motion carried. The County Board discussed the terms of a proposal lease agreement with the Minnesota Department of Transportation for the use of the old State Highway Maintenance Station in Gaylord and concerns with the access onto Trunk Highway 19. Director of Public Health Nursing Mavis Pautz, informed the County Board that all government operated home care aLenc/es were offered a temporary waiver from obtaining.surety bonds and that the Regional Health Profile sur. veys would be going out in April with County date released by the fall of 1998. Director Pautz also reported that grant applications were subm/tted to the " Children's Trust Fund for continuing the Insight Program, to the Minnesota Board of Government Innovations to coordinate an automated data base on faro- flies and children admitted to service from its health partners, to Avon Health seeess fund to augment a cancer screening and education program for women ever the age of 40; to the March of Dimes for work in the prevention of birth defects and teen pregnancy, and to the Minnesota Women's fund to I~romote social change and the empowerment of women. A motion was made by Commissioner Schwecke and seconded by Commissioner Harjes to authorize the Director of Public Health Nursing Services to increase the work schedule of the Health Educator/Home Health Aide pceition to half-time, effective January 26, 1998. Motion carried. County Ditch Inspector Jeff Majesk/, reported that Federal Emergency Management Agency officials would be reviewing the bridle repair work on var- /ous drainage crossings to determ/ne if additional federal assistance would be made available to Sibley County. Mr Majeski also reported that he had met with group of Winthrop cit/zens who are exploring the feas/hility of an Eagle Lake restoration project. Mr. Majeski presented a brsakdownof the fees collect. ed in 1997 for Planning & Zoning permits and activities and informed the County Board on the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency requirements for an environmental assessment worksheet for readier permits exceeding 2,000 ani. real units. Ann Ganey, Rag/on Nine D/rector of Prevention & Healthy Communities, Gregerio Mendez-Orteg, Community Coordinator Silv/a Balboa and Gins Borchardt, Outreach Coordinators for the Saludando-Salud Project, presented a report on the results of the Regional Health Profiles conducted in S/bley and Watonwan Counties with the Hispanic-Ch/ceno-Latino population and on aetivi- ties and information made available to the Spanish speaking citizens to promote health care At II:00 a.m. the County Board took up for consideration an application by ROAD & BRIDGE Aim Auto & Body Parts ........................................... ..~ ................... 196.11 Albinaon, Inc ............................................................ ..'~.. ............. 16616 Arlington Clinic, LTD ..................................................... .~.,~ ......... 217.00 Bryan Rock Products, Inc ............................................................. 374.66 Cartegraph Systems, Inc ................................................................ 395.00 Cotco, lnc .................................................................................. 1,51168 Cellular 2000 .............................................................................. 278.05 Chasley Company ........................................................................ 511.72 Commissioner of Transportation ................................................... 717.85 DJ.'s Municipal Supply, Inc .......................................................... 592.78 Diesal Systems ........................................................................... 310.96 Farm & Home Publishers, Inc. ...................................................... 104.04 GCR Belle Plalne ........................................................................ 815.54 Greenman Technologies of Mn ...................................................... 242.44 Harem Electric ........................................................................... 292.59 Mankato Ford, lnc ......................................................................... 251.18 Medtox Laboratories, Inc ................................................................ 506.00 Mid-American Research Chemical ................................................ 167.02 Miller Motors, Inc ......................................................................... 815.53 R D O Equipment Company ......................................................... 4,391.36 UZ Engineered Product. .................................................. ............. 247.?4 Sub-Tots| ...................................................... $13,105.11 9 Claims Allowed Less Than $I00 ................................. 349.39 Total ............................................................... $13,454.50 Motion by Alderman Nelson and Second by Alderman Conklin and duly car- tied to credit the overtime reported for the month of February. Motion by Alderwoman McCarthy and Second by Aldermen Nelson and duly carried to authorize the City Clerk/Administrator to solicit tree removal services for the upcoming season. Lease Companies request to erect a billboard was postponed pending more information. Motion by Alderman Conklin and Second by Alderwoman McCarthy and duly carried to pay the claims for the month of February, 1998. Motion by Alderman Nelson andSecond by Alderman Conklin to adjourn at 12:01 an~ Mayor ATFEST: /sY Samuel W. Shult City Clerk ~afc RECORDER~ EQUIPMENT Bus/nsssware Solutions, Inc. ...................................................... Total ............................................................... $3,233.34 Sher s HUMAN SERVICES Mastoreard ................................................................................. I02.38 Total ............................................................... $102.88 DITCH Alan Odantlud ........................................................................... 3,232.60 Sibley County Tressurer ......................................................... Total ............................................................ $13,866.75 A motion was made by Commissioner Voigt, seconded by Commissioner Har~ and carried to go into dosed session at II:35 a.m. for the purpsse of dis- case/rig labor negutiating strategy. Present were: Commissioners Bauer, Harjes, Schwecko and Voigt, County Attorney Schauer and County Auditor Solmonson; excused Was Commissioner Woehler. 'l~e County Board went back into open l~udon at 11:42 a.m. On motion by Commissioner Voigt, seconded by Commissioner Schwecke and carried, the County Board meeting adjourned at 11:43 .m. Attost: /s/Qens O. Solmommn County Auditor & Ex-Officio Chairman of the Board Clerk of the Board (county Auditor's Seal) Council Mar. 23 A Green Isle Township resident reported a breakin .to his residence while they were gone. Mar. 25 A dog bite was by Public Health. This incident occurred in the city of Gibbon. The owner was advised to observe the animal. Mar. 27 Caseys General Store reported a party that drove off with- out paying fof uheir gas. An and Dep had been no ed when the party refereed and paid for the gas. Mar. 28 A deputy assisted the Gaylord Police with a report of someone going through cars in the parking lot of Meadow Brook Apenm ts. Mar. 29 A Winthrop city resi- dent his chain saw and toot- box had been taken from his garage during the night. Mar. 30 A deer was hit by a car on Highway 5 just north of Another report of a vehicle in the ditch north of New Auburn on Highway 22 was checked out by the Sheriffs Department. This vehicle was unoccupied and apparently had no damage. A Moltke Township resident reported his mailbox had been hit during the night A vehicle was reported in the ditch at Highway 15 and CR 10. April 4 A resident of Arlington Township reported their mailbox had been hit and damaged. April 5 A repoft of a vandalism done to a camper in Green Isle Township was investigated. NOTICE In order to better serve the public and to make it more convenient, citizens may now call 507-237-2321 to obtain a burning permit. You will need to know your section and township. There is no charge for burn permits. Roger M. Graham, Sheriffof Sibley County. Mark Schafer of Westridge Development for repurchase of three tax forfeited Arlington by Butter and Preduce.In addition to the previous lots in the City of Henderson. A regular meeting of the city council of the City of Winthrop was called to A resident of Grafton Township repoas there were 122 complaints: Commissioner Voigt introduced the foregoing resolution and moved for its order at 7:00 p.m., on Monday, March 2nd, 1998, in ~ city council chambers of relx3ftcd his mailbox was destroyed 2 Car Deer, 6 Accidents, 14 adoption: during the night. Medicals, 9 Burglary/Thefts, 7 WHEREAS. Mark S. Schafer, a partner for Westridge Development, the for- city hall with Mayor Pierson presiding. mer owner has made and filed an application with the County Auditor for the A quorum of the city council was present, ie, Aldermen Conklin, MachaielL April 1 April Fools joke it was Assist to Civilians, 3 Assist to other repurchase of the hereinafter described parcels of- tax forfeited land, in accor- Warner, McCarthy; Absent: Nelson; Attorney Paschka was also present not when a party reported witness- Agencys, 5 Child almse/Welfare, 5 dance with the provisions of Minnesota Statutes 1945, Section 282.241, of Motion by Alderman Conidin and Second by Alderman Warner and duly car- ing a pickup that had left the road- Fights/Disturbances, 1 Residence mended, which land is situated in the County of Sibley, Minnesota, and fled to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of February 2nd, 1998. way and ended up in a drainagecheck, 5 Motorist Assists, 4 Alco- described as follows, to-wit: ditch along Highway 22 north of bol Offenses, 3 Alanm, 4 Vanda- Lot 18, Block 1, Westridge Development in the City of Henderson, County of Alderman Nelson arrived at these proceedings at this time. Gaylord. The driver lost control of lisms, 1 Stolen Vehicle, 12 War- Sibley, Minnesota, and Motion by Alderman Conklin and Second by Alderwoman McCarthy and duly the vehicle in the slush and ended up rants, 2 Abandoned vehicles, 17 Lots 1 & 2, Block 2, WestridLe Development in the City of Henderson, carried to approve the agenda with additions in the water. The driver got out of citations, 1 Bad Check, 2 Stray County of Sibley, Minnesota. Motion by Alderman Machaiek and Second by Alderman Conklin and duly the vehicle safely, but the pickup Animals and 23 Miscellaneous. _ .AlqD ~I..~, Said applicant h~ set forth in his appl~.tlmt ai~ carried to instruct Kaeding and Associates, Inc. to ~survey and re-design that sank~ it was ~ visible.. .c~tnt .nnanctat !e~s nas ueen recurred by the former owners as the rseult of the portion of the electrical power farm line wkich dissects the fields from the Frsl~ ..... ,..,sorse~cure of nit lsmds and other lands adjacent thereto and such forfeiture has be e~s det~" .ental "m. attraeti~ buyers for o~er properties owned by tiw appli- to the We!tzenkamp ~ ~ ~te along ~ property line between the Frank . ~ . canto m ~ mlmeatate area aaversely affecting the future income ofthe former farm and the names Becke farm. owners; ann Motion by Alderman Machaiek and Second by Alderman Nelson and duly WHEREAS, This Board is of the opinion that said application should be granted for such reasons, NOW, '|'tiI~KI~I~X)RI~, BE IT RESOLVED, That the appl/cation of WsstridLe Ds~lopm~t, partnership for the purchase of the above described parcel oftaz forfmted land be and the same is hereby granted and the County Auditor is h~ authorized and directed to permit such repurcha~ according to the pro- efM/nnmeta Statutes 1945, Section 282.241, u amended~ 'Elm mot/on for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was seconded by Cmamimioner Schwecke and upon vote being taken thereon, all Commissioners vetmd ill favor thereof; whereupon, the resolution was duly pemmd and adopted. No bid was received on the remadning tax forfeited lot in the City of Wiath, . A motims was made by Commissioner Voigt and seconded by Commissioner Woehler to approve the minutes of the January 6 and 13, 1998 County Board IlmstinLe as ~. Motion carried. A motion was made by Commissioner Schwecke nd seconded by Commimimsm' Wmhler to recommend to the Minnesota Liquor Control Division that t/m pplication of Bradley Hermel he approved for a Consumption and Dtlphty (set-Up) permit at the Gibbon Ballrooms. "Motion ~. A met/on was made by Comm/ssioner Voigt and seconded by Commissioner Sehwlclm to utherise the County Auditor to advertise for ~de of a parcel in the tmldatted met/on of the City of Gibbon, with bids to be received until 9:00 a.m. m'rumday, March 10, 1998, Motion carried. A motion was made by Commissioner Wmsifler, ssconded by Commissioner Volt and carr/ed to approve payment of the following audited claims: Allowed Over $100: COUNYY REVENUE ,, All Land Coop ..... : .......................................................... .~ ......... 1,028.89 Clinic, LTD ....................................... . .............. .~ ......... 247.00 Aasoc/ation of Mn Counties .................................................. .L ....... 3 .00 Boar Graphics, Inc .............................................................. . ....... 368.66 l~mdnassware ~olutions, Ins .......................................................... 9446"/ C~iul~ 2000 .............................................................................. 421.S0 Dalin-Hant41e Funeral Chapel ......................................................... 18750 lgut C,o~t Computer, Inc. ............................................................ 327.00 ~mtside Ford-Mercury, Inc .......................................................... 110.17 ltMT& Inc. ................................................................................. 300.00 Farm & Home Publishers, Inc .................................................... 1,673.80 The ~ Press ................... : ....................................................... 130.00 Gaylord Hub Publishing, Inc. ......................................................... 807.~3 Owarsd Offies Products Co ............................................................. 273.78 Olemm Arm Health Center ......................................................... 294.74 HIM Corp. .................................................................................... 129.49 ]]k~ Offkm ~olutions ....................... ............................................. 913.92 Co. Computer Co~p" . ........................................................... 1,407.00 Ma Valley lhdhabilitation, Ins ....................................................... 680.00 MOCIC ........................................................................ .............. 105.05 Nat'l As,me. of Counties ........................................................ , ...... 1,020.00 NimU~ County Trmmurer ......................................................... 19,319.76 Corporation ........................................................................ 119. ~Nh~ Development Commies ................................................. 47900 's Club ................................................................................. 120.73 8~fley County Human Service ......................................................... 283.67 ibl /County Sheriff Dept ............................................................. 100.05 Btate ~ Minneseta ........................................................................ 289.92 .C. yer:ti,n ........................... ............................. : .................. 527. 5 Wsgar'a Red Owl ........................................................................ 1,013.61 ll-Ot~90 Servio~ Group; Inc .......................................................... 785.83 8ub-Total ...................................................... $34,496.88 21 Claims Allowed Less Than $100 ....... . ...................... Total ............................................................... $35,481.84 D abetc Patients!! or X-Ray Technician salary & benefits. or send resume to: carried, to wit: Ayes: Machaiek, Nelson, McCarthy, Werner, Conklin, Nays: None, to adopt City of Winthrop Resolution Number 398-373, RESOLUTION ADOPTING ASSESSMENT, setting the final assessments for the Public Road Abbreviado~: cc = court cost; sc ffi sur- Utility Improvements 1997, and the rules for deferral, charse; usp = unsupervised probatioa; sp - Motion by Alderman Conklin and Second by Alderman Wemer and duly car- supervised probation; rest = restitution; fled, to wit: Ayes: Conklin, Werner, Machaiek, Nelson, McCarthy, Nays: None, to viol = violations; mad = ~ gs = or similw, tyd = rayed; PD pub- adopt City of Winthrop Resolution Number 398-374, RESOLUTION ADOPT- tic defender; clef= ING ASSESSMENT, revising and setting the final assessments for the C.S.A.H. Cou No. 32 Improvements 1997 based on 60 percent, rather than 100 percent, of the SPEEDING: curb and gutter costs. ~ David Kmch, Wavedy, $40, ~c $17, Sibley County Economic Development Commission Director Steven Ronquist cc $5. Ridmd Louis Elgaard, Sho~view, $45, sc reported on the activities of the said agency and its design to assist Winthivp. He $18.50, cc $10. reported that 4,000 people of the 7,500 county work force was woddn8 outside A. Holmes Empu~ Bloomington, $35, sc Sibley County because of the low wage scale here. He also reported on the $17,oc$I0. tid=rd Max.an thmx& $45, progress with the cable television contract process, sc $18~,cc $10. Motion by Alderman Conklin and Second by Alderwoman McCarthy and duly ~ Ann Knick, Brewnt~ $35, ~ $17, carried to wit: Ayes: Conldin, McCarthy, Machalek, Nelson, Nays: Werner, to ce$10. Windy Je~ Kube, Ad~ $35, sc $17, cc table the second reading of Ordinance No. 214, specifying the hard plumbing of $10. sump pumps, until after a conference with Bucben Environmental Services, Inc. Mo~m Collins Powem Waits Park, $45, ~ Motion by Alderman Nelson and Second by Alderwoman McCarthy and duly $18.50, o: $10. carried to table the second reading of Ordinance No. 215, creatingcompensatory LeeAlmBarlau, Delmo, $40, sc $17, o: $5. Bmoe Jose Bmder, Redwcod F.alg $40, time off and a 30-day time table for said. until the April 6th, 1998 regnlar meeting, sc $17, oc $5. Motion by Alderman Weroer and Second by Alderwoman McCarthy and duly Maun~ Suntans Gamthy, West St Paul, $50, sc $I&50~ $5. carried to purchase a single time clock $500 to be located in city hall for the pur- Nancy Kay gsu~ Arlington, $40, sc $17, pose of electronically calculating comp timeYovenime for tracking said for each cc $5 employee with minimal time consumption, hrx Thenm W'mth $40, sc $17,oc $5. Motion by Alderwoman McCarthy and Second by Alderman Nelson and duly Andrew Banal Poamr, Wind~ $40, sc carried, to wit: Ayes: McCarthy, Nelson, Wemer, Machalek, Conklin; Nays: $t7,cc$5. None, to adopt City of Winthrop Ordinance No. 216, ORDINANCE AMENDING Alfonso Parian Ranes, Arlingtoe, $60, sc $20,cc $5. THE WINTHROP CITY CODE WITH THE ADDITION OFNEW SUBDIVI- Stevm Lee Sdamid~, New UIm, $60, s SION 12 OF SECTION 801.02, PROVIDING FOR OWNERS TO CLEAN-UP $20,oc$5. WASTE LEFT BY THEIR ANIMALS. ~ ~ Sda~ Gt~atx~ $40, sc $17,o:$5. Motion by Alderman Machalek and Second by Alderwoman McCarthy and Guistim Kay Wdx=, Jce~n, $40, sc $17,cc duly carried, to wit: Ayes: Machalek, McCarthy,. Conldin, Nelson; Nays: Werner, $5. Monies R~e Escamilla, Gibbon, $60, sc to appoint the following replacements to the City of Winthrop Home Rule Charter $21, o: $5. Commission for terms ending February 25th, 2001: Terry Josphe Toivola, Vslard, $45, sc Winnifr~ Schreiner $15.50. cc $10. Mauhew Jmm Sdm Adingto $50, sc Darlene Majeski $18.50, cc $5. Steven Johnson Thomas Rannow ~ SEATBIK,T USE: Osmea Cecil Neisco, St. Paul, $77.25, sc Winthrop Economic Development Authority (WEDA) Director Dean $35~0,cc$20 Pederson reported that a plan is being developed for effectively appmai~ busi-, NO SEATBELT USE: hess prospects. Albino Ham/Samh~ Lafayette, $20, sc Motion by Alderman Werner and Second by Alderwoman McCarthy and duty $14.75, cc $10. carried to approve a second ice rink in the City Park to separate activities and make conditions safer. Request for a 1 -ton track for the City Park was postp(med pending firmer cost figures. Reported that signs disclosing park regulations are being Police Chief Frank reported the hiring of the third full-time officer was pro- gressing. Approval was given for the City Electric Committed to meet with City of Arlington representatives to discuss the possibility of the joint operation of a co- operative electric department as advised by the City Clerk/Administrator. Jasm Mxbael Amdt, Nke4kt, $50, sc $30, cc $45, If you have Medicare of Private Insurance, You may eligible to receive your:. supplies For more information call Diabetic Supply Program Toll Free 1-888-4NO-COST 1-888466-2678 (no HMO patients, .le e) I I III I I I II ce $. JailJlhisc~ st# 30 day~ f~x I y~r, sp fix 1 year Get APA and follow recommendations; nosameor~. DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED - .15/NO Oscar Mario Salinas, Winthrop, $600, sc $90, $5. 30 days for I year, for I ye~. Get APA tnd follow mmmmmdati3~ m misd tmt~ or Utatw, no tree or simi~. DISTURBING THE PEACE: Robert Thoaas Claussea, Winthrop, $50. Jail/Priso~ stayed 10 days for 10 dayx ISSU~ WORTHI.ESS O-IECXS: Kam, ,livid 596. l ,xi Co. Sitar $40, ~p for I y~r. S~y in~ ~ smtm~e 1 ye~, no same er mahr, pay mtieaioa md wl- rm fee; fefi~t bell. THEFT" Pwim Lyre ~ Ad~ ~ $50, ~p a Deve m= Sax KabS. U4, V4, Seaim 32' ADADAD HT . tawrem Clm tawr z to Noniy ocbm md BeUe Ncbon, La I l, Bk~ 36, md=,d tam tamSie m-m Lam0e L=msie. SW Emil An Rmn e m E abeth Baron, Lot 2' Smmsmh's Xddu ~ W. Ois~ ml N~o/1. Ol~n to Kern P. ~ mJ Tram A. ~, NW U4, NW tt4, Smi II, r t mm QOIT O.AIM DI I . Pet~A. ~ md Pmicia L ~ to Jolm Kaebsh,~ and Doion= Kn~ NW sw sece0n j !windy M m oz N. skelley. Lot 2, Block 24, Arlington, Michad J. Bantu and Laura K. Barren to Michad J. Bmon Lmua K. Bmon, Lm 2' ALLOW U~H)~ Ridmd K Earn md Tmma L ~ to Susie Alvarez, Gt3~hco, 460, sc $20, c $5. Jack L Eros/md Thommm M Error. Block ~, Headmo ty, a Cmmm' Om md Stem J. C=y C.y DRI~AFl~SU~: and Stevm J. Car,/, W !/2, NW 1/4, SE 1/4, Maymrd E 0e t.m , Smt $2 0, cc $5./ail/Pdmn: ~d 45 days for I year, usp for Seaim 5, ~ Twp. l yl~'. No Imme m" ~,~ikr. forf~ bail lid rclum Cima C~ md Sk.vm J. C~ m C~ C~ my amom~ over $235 Qub Wmm~ and Styes J. Ca:y, E 1/2, NW 1/4, Sect/oe 6, J- Sd ue md Cure Scram= m Nathan Wayne |~&m, Le Sueur, $50, cc$5. Pmick Ridun/B.msa~ Xmlas~ $100, s $40, cc $5. Veme J. Schleeter ned Deem ~ Sddeaer, SE Avi~ A. ~ m/Frmk Fandl to i?may A. P, Z Bkx/9, Xe. po sucmsm's Addm. Eliud~h Bmon to Elmbeth Bmce aod Rmam S,ask Lot 2. mock 9, Ar Stm, Search', Addm ~GE G3NSUblFI"~N - DRIVE~ ~my Aaron Schulz, New Ulm, $50, $30,o: $5. srx seq . Fairfax. $50. -- t30. ~$5. OPEN BOTrL - PASSENGER: Michael John Pylka, Ommis, ~22_S0, cc $5. $150, sc OONTRACT FOR DEi~. Albert ~ to LeRoy Stmer and Jill Stoner, SE I/4, NW I/4, Seaim 3, Bisma~k Twlx P~OBAIE Di~. J& Peter Kmp St. Deamed akt ~d~ Pet~ Koc~ Decemed to Bmdk'Y J. C-~ Lo( 12, 57, Hemdmox O~ C_~, Brown's & Cmmm~ DRIVING WHR.E INTOXICATED- 15: Deme l.am Rl Adam, Notice is hereby given d Board of Bismarck county, will accept bids for yards, more or less, of gravel until l:O0 P.M. April II, 1998, when ~l opened at the Clerk's home. The bid is to include location of the pit, the loading and hauling to Township and months of June, All bids must be certified check in the cent of the bid, and Insurance for Compensation and Coverage. The gravel is to he ing to the Gravel Maps, the Township. The Board reserves the any or all bids, to waive ties, an to award the bid it NOTICE GFW School District is: bids for concrete walks located at the high | middle school. A scheduled for Thursday, beginning at 8:30 A.M. school. Bids will be du! April 20th at 1:00 P.M. tion of accepted bid is Monday, April 27, School Board Meeting. may be obtained from Business Office. ORDER AND PROBATIE OF WILLi APPOINTMENT ( NOTICE TO STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF SIBLEY In Re: Estate of Augusta M. Woods, AND It is Ordered and given that on the 271h day~ 1998, at II:00 o'clock aw-,! will be held in the at the Sibley County Gaylord, Minnesota, probate of an insmm~nt be the will of the dent, dated October 13, the appointment of Jol~ whose address is Route 1, MN 55396 as personal of th~ estate of the above dent in supervised that any objections filed with the Court. and no objections are filed, representative will be administer the estate, to assets, pay all legal taxes and expenses, and personal property, and do sary acts for the estate. tion of the administration, sentative shall file a final the allowance and shall estate to ihe as ordered by the estate. Notice is further given ~ CREDITORS having said estate are required to same to said personal totbe months after the date said claims will be barred., Dated: March 24, 1998 (Court Sea/) David E. Schauer, Attorney for Petitioner P.O. Box H Winthrop. Minnesota 55396 (507) 647-5377