Legals 7/20/2017

7/20/2017

CITY OF ARLINGTON
PLANNING & ZONING
COMMITTEE
PUBLIC HEARING

The Arlington Planning & Zoning Committee will hold a public hearing on Thursday, August 3, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter, in the City Hall Council Chambers, 204 Shamrock Drive to consider the following matter that requires a public hearing.
APPLICANT        
Kevin Weber
PURPOSE
To review and consider the application for a Conditional Use Permit under Section 13, Subd. 6(G)(2) of the Zoning Ordinance. The Conditional Use Permit, if approved, would allow a 720 square foot detached garage at the subject property.
Subject Address: 105 East Clinton Street
Zoning Class: R-1 One and Two Family Residential
LegaL: Lot 6, Ex E 5’, Block 2, Luff’s Addition.
PID: 31.0533.000
Any person desiring to comment on these matters is invited to do so in writing or orally at the time of the public hearing. Inquiries should be directed to Cynthia Smith-Strack, Zoning Administrator, at 507-964-2378 during normal business hours. Written comments should be sent to the Zoning Administrator at 204 Shamrock Drive, Arlington MN 55307.
Publish: July 20, 2017

NOTICE OF A SPECIAL
CITY COUNCIL MEETING

Notice is hereby given, that the Arlington City Council has called a special meeting for Monday, July 24 in the Council Chambers at the Arlington Communit Center, 204 Shamrock Drive, Arlington, Minnesota for the following purposes:
1. A special meeting to take public comment and review and approve the property owner assessment level for the alleyway improvement on Block 4, Original City of Arlington.
Laura Elvebak,
Interim City Administrator
Publish: July 20, 2017

ORDINANCE NO.  315
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CITY OF ARLINGTON
OFF-SALE LIQUOR LICENSE REGULATIONS.

THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARLINGTON, MINNESOTA TO PROMOTE THE PUBLIC SAFETY, HEALTH AND WELFARE, HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS:
Section 1: No Sale of an intoxicating liquor may be made by an off-sale licensee:
(1) on Sundays, except between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.;
(2) before 8:00 a.m. or after 10:00 p.m. on Monday through Saturday;
(3) on Thanksgiving Day;
(4) on Christmas Day, December 25; or
(5) after 8:00 p.m. on Christmas Eve, December 24;
Section 2: No delivery of alcohol to an off-sale licensee may be made by a wholesaler or accepted by an off-sale licensee on a Sunday.  No order solicitation or merchandising may be made by a wholesaler on a Sunday.
Section 3: This ordinance amends and supersedes all other city ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance.
This ordinance shall become effective immediately upon publication.
For City of Arlington:
/s/ Richard Nagel
By Richard Nagel
Its Mayor
/s/ Laura Elvebak
By Laura Elvebak
Its Interim City Administrator
First Reading: July 5, 2017
Second Reading: July 17, 2017
Adopted: July 17, 2017
Publish: July 20, 2017

SIBLEY EAST
PUBLIC SCHOOLS
REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING MINUTES
INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2310

ARLINGTON-GAYLORD-GREEN ISLE
ARLINGTON CAMPUS-CHOIR ROOM
MONDAY JUNE 19, 2017 @ 6:30 PM
The meeting was called to order at 6:30p.m. Members roll call:  Brian Brandt, Laura Reid, Sarah Ziegler, Missy Weber, Dan Woehler and Avery Grochow were present.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA:  Member Woehler moved, seconded by member Grochow, to approve the agenda.  The motion was approved by unanimous vote.
VISITOR COMMENTS:  Phyllis Kroehler, Stu’s Rainbow Inn, addressed the board about the desire to maintain an open lunch period for high school students.
CONSENT AGENDA: Approval of Minutes-Recommend approval of May 15, 2017
Regular School Board Meeting Minutes. Personnel: Accept the following resignation/s: Dustin Meuleners-6th Grade Gaylord, Jerry Berg-Elementary Specialist (effective November 4, 2017), Gary Burdorf- Bus Driver (effective May 31, 2017), Khamprasong Chantharak- Gaylord Special Education, Breanna Keltgen, Gaylord Grade 2  Hiring: Alicia Klehr- Early Childhood Teacher (BA, Step 3, per Master Agreement $36,512), Megan Hoffman- Special Education (BA 30, Step 2, per Master Agreement $39,263), Ashley Clemenson-Art teacher (MA, Step 4, per Master Agreement $41,830), Michael Paggen-Buildings and Grounds ($14.00 per hour), Dan Meffert-Buildings and Grounds ($12.00 per hour), Alan Halverson-Head Football Coach (Step 1, per Master Agreement $4330) Member Ziegler moved, seconded by member Reid, to approve consent agenda. The motion was approved by unanimous vote.
OLD OR UNFINISHED BUSINESS: NONE
NEW BUSINESS:
Bills and Payments: Recommend approval June 2017 bills totaling $4,459,165.82
Member Reid moved, second by member Weber, to approve June 2017  bills totaling $4,459,165.82.  The motion was approved by unanimous vote.
Approve  FY 18 General, Food Service and Community Service District Budgets. Janna Tessmer, Sibley East Business Manager. Motion by member Ziegler, second by member Weber to approve the proposed FY 18 General, Food Service and Community Service District Budgets.  The motion was approved by unanimous vote.
First reading Policy 534-Unpaid Meal Charges.
Discussion/action item:  Consideration of an open/closed/modified open lunch schedule for the Sibley East Middle School/High School beginning September 2017. Motion by member Reid, second by member Grochow, to table discussion of lunch period policy for the Sibley East Middle School/High School beginning September 2017 until the July 17, 2017 Regular School Board Meeting. The motion was approved by unanimous vote.
School Board Resolution Supporting Adult Basic Education, WHEREAS, the Board of Education strives to provide a comprehensive community education program which serves the recreational, enrichment, cultural and academic needs of residents; and
WHEREAS, the Board of Education hopes to realize the academic goal by making Adult Basic Education opportunities available to its adult residents; and
WHEREAS, the Board of Education understands that programs funded through P.L. 230 (Adult Education Act of 1965 as amended) and M.S. Chapter 123.55 Subd. 8 (General Powers of an Independent School District) and Chapter 124.26 Subd. 1.2 and 4 (Education Program for Adults) need to be a part of a cooperative Adult Basic Education Delivery System established by written agreement among/between two or more school districts.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that District 2310 agrees to work with: 2397  (Le Sueur-Henderson, 829 (Waseca), 2365  (Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop), 2835 (Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton), 508   (Saint Peter),         2168 (New Richland-Hartland -Ellendale), 2310    (Sibley East), (Geneva), 2905 (Tri-City United, 2143 (Waterville-Elysian-Morristown), 507 (Nicollet),  391  (Cleveland), Le Sueur County Law Enforcement Center, Nicollet County Law Enforcement Center, State Operated Forensic Services in establishing a cooperative Adult Basic Continuing Education project for the 2017-18 school year.
Adopted this 19th day of  June, 2017
Roll call vote:  Members voting yes:  Woehler, Reid, Brandt, Weber, Grochow, Ziegler Members voting no: None
Consider motion calling for quotes on Refuse and Fuel for 2017-18. Member Brandt moved, seconded by member Woehler, to approve a motion to call for quotes on Refuse and Fuel for 2017-2018. The motion was approved by unanimous vote.
MariLu Martens- Update on Sibley East Elementary playground fundraising progress. Motion by member Grochow, second by member Brandt, to approve the use of contingency funds, not to exceed $17,000, to complete payment for playground equipment costs. The motion was approved by unanimous vote.
Tim Harbo- Approval of the Long Term Facility Maintenance 10 year Plan for FY18-FY27.  Member Ziegler moved, second by member Reid to approve the Long Term Facility Maintenance 10 Tear Plan for FY18-FY27.  The motion was approved by unanimous vote.
Accept the following donations: Kranz Electric, LLC-$100 Sibley Scoop, Mark Lundstrom-$100 Sibley Scoop, Central Sibley Chapter-$2,500 Trap Team, Amy and Eric Sell-$50 Playground Donation, Steven and Carrie Pioske-$50.00 Playground Donation, Sibley Electric Inc.-$1,388.28 Community Education, Member Reid moved, seconded by member Woehler, to accept the donations with gratitude.  The motion was approved by unanimous vote.
SUPERINTENDENT REPORT: Superintendent Amsden updated the board on building progress and contingency funds. Presented a draft of a form to use in conjunction with complaint policy.
CLOSED SESSION- IN ACCORDANCE WITH DISTRICT POLICY 205 SECTION E. SUBD 1. AND MS 13D.03 SUBDIV(1)b –LABOR NEGOTIATIONS PRINCIPAL’S ASSOCIATION AND SIBLEY EAST EDUCATION MINNESOTA Motion by member Grochow, seconded by member Woehler, to recess the Regular School Board Meeting and move to a closed session     in accordance with district policy 205 Section E. SUBD 1 and MS 13D.03 Subdiv(1)b-Labor Negotiations for Principal’s Association and Sibley East Education Minnesota at 8:20pm. The motion was approved by unanimous vote.
Call regular meeting back to order at 9:00pm.
Summary of closed session: Information was presented to the board on current contract negotiations with the Principal’s Association and the submission of the Intent to Negotiate Letter submitted by Sibley East Education Minnesota.
OTHER INFORMATION: Reminder: Next Regular School Board Meeting is scheduled for July 17th, 2017, beginning @ 5:30 PM for tour of the Gaylord building site followed by the Regular School Board Meeting at the Arlington Campus-Choir Room at 6:30pm.
ADJOURNMENT: Motion by member Grochow, second by member Woehler to adjourn the meeting. The motion was approved by unanimous vote.
The meeting was adjourned at 9:03p.m.
Brian Brandt, Chair        
Missy Weber, Clerk

 

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