Legal Notices: June 24, 2015

MAPLE LAKE CITY COUNCIL
April 21, 2015 Minutes
Summary
A motion was m/s/p, Northenscold/Lauer, to approve the agenda with the change of moving John Haack to Item C under New Business, and Pace Industries to Item D.  All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Lauer/Geyen, to approve the consent agenda. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Lauer, to adopt Resolution R2015-16, to order the improvement and preparation of plans for the 2015 Sewer Repairs Improvement Project. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, that 1) the north side must be completely screened so as to not be visible or items removed with a time limit of May 31, 2015; 2) front area be completely cleared except bench and including pop machine unless it’s operable by then to be moved by May 5, 2015; and 3) tables be removed when not in use during the flea market; tables removed from the grassy area as of the 26th at close of Flea Market. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Jude, adopting Resolution R2015-17 approving the Conditional Use Permit for the school with the conditions that screening shall be required in the future if warranted, combine 2 lots into 1 parcel to meet off street parking unless a parking agreement is entered into with the church, and require the church to obtain a CUP for its use prior to December 31, 2015 per the memo of Planner Dean Johnson dated April 17, 2015 per the Planning Commission Report and Recommendation. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Northenscold, to clarify that the zoning for the Rivers property, PID#110-010-011121 is B-1, Central Business District, and that prior maps are erroneous, per recommendation of the Planning Commission. All members voted in favor.  
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Northenscold, to authorizing preparation of plans and specs for the Airport Hangar Improvement Project and instructed the Clerk to notify MnDOT that we intend to proceed with the project. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, directing the City Clerk to notify the State that the City is agreement with the reimbursement amount of $5,762.92 and does not intend to appeal the reimbursement determination.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to adopt Resolution R2015-18 in support of the need for city transportation funding and asking the legislature to act.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to close a portion of Division Street and Birch Avenue for the 125th Celebration on June 6, 2015.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to adopt Resolution R2015-19 approving a one-day liquor license for the Maple Lake Brewfest and Beer Garden at the corner of Birch Avenue and Division Street contingent upon meeting all State requirements. All members voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Jude, to hire Cody Decker up to $9.50 per hour as summer maintenance. All present voted in favor except Geyen who opposed.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Jude, to hire Kate Heberling for the full-time position of Lead Clerk at a rate of $12.00. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to approve the purchase of additional security cameras and equipment from Russell’s Security in the amount of $4,695.94. All present voted in favor.
Motion by  Kissock/Geyen, to allow construction for AT&T antennas to begin within 1 year of lease signing with a 6 month option at $5,000 with renew for 6 more months. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Northenscold/Lauer, to adjourn the meeting at 10:37. All present voted in favor.
Attest,
City Clerk/Treasurer
 
 
MAPLE LAKE CITY COUNCIL
May 19, 2015 Minutes
Summary
A motion was m/s/p, Northenscold/Lauer, to approve the agenda with the following additions to Administrative: 1. Future Council Meetings; 2. Eagle Scout Project in Community Park.  All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Geyen/Lauer, to approve the consent agenda. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Lauer, to approve the closing of Birch Avenue from Star Street to 4th Street W, Division Street from Maple Avenue to Oak Avenue, and Maple Avenue from Highway 55 to Division Street as depicted on the map with the exception of Maple Avenue to 1st Street, and 1st Street to Birch Avenue around the Legion Club. All present voted in favor. 
A motion was m/s/p, Jude/Northenscold, to approve the closing of Birch Avenue from Division Street to 1st Street E with overflow on the city lot if necessary, on June 13 and July 18. From 8:00 am-2:00 pm. All present voted in favor.  
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Lauer, to approve the closing of Birch Avenue from Division Street to 1st Street E on July 17 and August 14. All present voted in favor.  
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to approve the 2014 Audited Financial Statement and the Report to the Members of Governance for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2014. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Northenscold, to adopt Resolution #R2015-20 to award the 2015 Seal Coat Project to the low Bidder Caldwell Asphalt Co. Inc. based on the Base Bid plus alternate 1 for a total amount of $58,941.50. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to adopt Resolution #R-2015-21 approving the plans and specifications for the 2016 Hangar Area Pavement Improvement and authorize obtaining quotes. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Geyen/Lauer, to approve the Contract with Maple Lake Vet Clinic for stray dog impounding. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Jude, to adopt Resolution #R2015-22 approving the $985 dollar transfer from the Park Fund to the Beach Fund per the request of the Lions. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Lauer, to adopt Resolution #R2015-23 amending the City Code, 15.20B for Sunday sales beginning at 8:00 am, and remove the 18 year old employment restriction under 15.21B, remove 18 year old, and tabled other items for a future meeting. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Northenscold/Jude, to approve the installation of 2 electrical receptacles from S&P Electric at a cost of $3,700.05. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Jude/Kissock, to authorize Pay Request #3 in the amount of $2,000 to Gertkin Brothers, and not pay the remaining $2,500 until the work is acceptable, opposed Geyen and Northenscold. The motion carried.
A motion was m/s/p, Lauer/Kissock, to take the 3 month average of water bills for those residents in the affected property area, and use that as an average for the next 3 months, only if their water bill increases which shows they are watering, and to include this information on the next notice to the project area.
A motion was m/s/p, Kissock/Geyen, to schedule Council meetings on the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month, and to cancel the first meeting if there is no business. All present voted in favor.
A motion was m/s/p, Northenscold/Jude, to adjourn the meeting at 9:35 p.m. All present voted in favor.
Attest,
City Clerk/Treasurer
 
 
LEGAL NOTICE
TOWN OF MAPLE LAKE 
May 19 Minutes
The regular meeting of the Maple Lake Township Board was called to order by Chairman Gerry Giebenhain at 7 p.m. Supervisors Ronald Wolff and Tom Neumann, Treasurer Judy Neumann, and Clerk Dick Hogan were present.
The minutes of the April 21 meeting were read by Chairman Giebenhain. As no additions or corrections were noted, a motion was offered by Neumann, seconded by Wolff, to accept as read. Carried 3-0.
Chairman Giebenhain opened the hearing for the alteration of Donnelly Drive. Mike Couri, Town attorney, gave a brief update on the history of the alteration and the purpose of this hearing, which is vacate the first proposal and adopt a new alteration route.
Paul Otto, Otto Associates, reviewed the construction detail of the new proposal and answered questions from the board as to total estimated construction cost, soil sampling, bonding and retainer funds.
A motion was offered by Wolff, seconded by Giebenhain, to accept Resolution 2015-04 to vacate the first realignment and replace it with a new easement in the same general area. Carried 3-0.
A motion to approve Resolution 2015-02 approving replacement cost coverage on Township buildings by Giebenhain, seconded by Wolff. Carried 3-0.
A motion to accept Resolution 2015-03 approving an increased property and casualty deductible from $100 to $1,000 by Giebenhain, seconded by Neumann. Carried 3-0.
All warrants were paid as presented.
As no additional business was brought before the board, Chairman Giebenhain adjourned the regular meeting at 8:45 p.m.
Dick Hogan, Clerk
Maple Lake Township
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