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1991 University of Minnesota sheep research report is available A 71-page report that provides results and updates on sheep research at the University of Minnesota is available by mail. The publication, "1991 Report of Sheep Research," covers . research related to the management, feeding, reproduction, genetics and health of both lambs and breeding flocks. The report was compiled for use in conjunction with the recent Sheep and Lamb Feeders Day at the University's West Central Experiment Station. Copies of "1991 Report of OFFICIAL PUBLICATION COTTONWOOD COUNTY, MN FEBRUARY 26, 1991 The Cottonwood County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, February 26, 1991 at the Courthouse in Win- tom, MN. Present were Commis- sioners Marvin Einertson, Mar- lowe Nelsen, Frank C. Jungas, Keith Madson, and Kenneth Elg; County Auditor W. R. Mielke; County Attorney L. Douglas Stor- ey; and Commissioners Secretary Joy Storey. Chairman Einertson called the pital Fund Board to replace Jon Proehl who recently resigned. Sheriff Ward reported on a re- cent meeting with Vetter Johnson Architects on the new jail project. Some changes are still being made in the plans. The current time frame is for the specifications to go out to contractors on March 15, opening bids on April 11, and bids being awarded on April 23. Hope- fully, construction will begin early May. David Thompson, Environmen- tal Officer, distributed the second third of the county's Comprehen- for Services for the County Exten- sion Agency services. There were two changes made to the original contract: one stating that this con- tract was for calendar year 1991 only, and the second stating that the I992 contract shall be submit- ted to tl county by July 1, 1991 for review Joy was asked to check with some surrounding counties to see who they are employing to draft the required Safety Plan by July 1, 1991. Robert Mielke, Emergency Services Director, has been asked to do the Cottonwood County Safety Plan. He has not yet re- sponded. Brown County has asked per- mission of Cottonwood County to purchase 14 acres of land in Selma Township for a sedimentation Sheep R earch" are available for meeting to order at h00 p.m. and $5 each from Lee Johnston, West called for additional agenda items. Central Experiment Station, Morris, MN 56267-9739. Checks should be made payable to the University of Minnesota. Club lamb and sheep selection school Club lamb and sheep selection school for all 4-H and F.F.A. members will be held Saturday, April 20, 1991, 1:30-3:00 p.m. at the Wayne and Deb Rupp farm 2 miles north and 1/2 mile west of Storden, MN. Free lamb burger lunch sponsored by Des Moines Valley Lamb and Wool Producers. Following the selection school the Des Moines Valley Lamb & Wool Ambassador contest will be held. It is open to all youth. For more information and applications: Elmer Brandt, R.R. 1 - Box 64, Westbrook, MN 56183, Phone 274-5285 Elaine Holmquist, Okabena, MN 56161, Phone 853-4409. The Des Moines Valley Lamb & Wool Producers include Cottonwood, Jackson, Martin, Murray, Nobles, and Watonwan Counties. sive Water Plan for the Board's basin for the Wellnar-Hageman review. Dam Project. The Board had no Marlin Larson, County Engi- Thompson stated that there has objection to this transaction taking ne.er, informed the Board that ap- been a change of personnel at the place. . . . proximately 25 people from Minnesota Pollution Control Auditor Mielke imormeo me Mountain Lake viewed the engi- Agency which might affect the Board of what his projections are neering plans for the C.S.A.H. 27 rules and approval process for regarding Homestead and Agricul- Turnback Project when they were landfarming of petroleum conta- tural Credit Aid (HACA) reduc- on display at the City Council minuted soil. Thompson will con- tions for 1991. corn for the 90 days Immeding the announcement is less than 120 percent of the corn price support rate and the 1990 estimated corn ending stocks-to-use ratio is more Chambers. A letter was received from the City of Jeffers requesting that the Klasse Apartment Building locat- ed on tax forfeited property in the City of Jeffers be razed. They committed $800 toward the cost. The County Highway Department will raze the building. The Board gave Larson approval to set up a test plot for crack sealing on a stretch of highway in the county. Bargen, Inc. of Moun- tain Lake, Sioux Falls Surface Seal of Sioux Falls, and the Coun- ty Highway Department will all do a patch in the test plot. Michael Kirchmeier, Solid Waste Officer, discussed the fol- lowing items with the Board: 1) An engineer from Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will be mrveying the landfill on March 20 to give his recommendation on 1990 crop feed grains 3) For a cost of$1,900 a year, Cottonwood County can enter into may not enter Farmer- a contract to join a regional house- Owned Reserve hold hazardous waste facility in Secretary of Agriculture Edward Lyon County. A decision must be made before April 1. Madigan today announced 1990 4) Kirehmeier stated that ap- crop feed grains will not be proximately 20% of the county s allowed into the Farmer-Owned solid waste is being recycled. Reserve. 5) Applications for the new job Under provisions of the Food, with the recycling program will be Agriculture, Conservation and accepted until March 6. The new Trade Act of 1990, the entry of job will begin March 18. 1990 crop feed grains into the FOR 6) Motion by Madson, second must be announced by March 15. by Nelsen, unanimous vote to The secretary must allow entry when the average market price for tact MICA to get the final rule. Thompson stated that the public informational hearing on the Cot- tonwood Lake annexation will be held mid-March. The Board has been asked by county park campers to reconsider the camping rate increase which was set on Janaury 29, 1991. After much discussion, there was a mo- tion by Nelsen, second by Madson, unanimous vote to lower the monthly rate for a site with water and electric hookups from $142.62 to $129.21. All other rates will remain as set on Janaury 29. Verna M. Jans, Court Admini- strator, and Muriel Link of Link Interiors, Windom, made a propos- al for window coverings for the- courtroom windows and the sec- ond floor windows on the east and west side of the rotunda. The than 22.5 percent. He may allow entry when only one condition is met. Since neither condition is met, there is no authority to allow entry of 1990 crop feed grains into the FOR. : The following factors were used future use of the landfill. Board agreed that only the court- room windows and the four win- 2) Kirchmeier recommends the dows on the east side of the establishment of a demolition site rotunda should be draped. The at the landfill. total cost for the 12 windows will in this decision: for funds through the Minnesota * 120 percent of corn price Pollution Control Agency Tire support rate, $1.88 per bushel Program to dispose of tires in the * 90-day corn average marketcounty. price, $2.24 per bushel (source- 9) Orin Williams of Worthing- five-day adjusted average cord ton is willing to take white goods price for the 90-day period,at the landfill if he can also have December 13, 1990 to March 12) the pile of scrap metal. If Williams * estimated 1990-1991 corn has the proper license, this plan ending stocks, 1,285 millionwill be approved. bushels 10) The Highway Department * estimated 1990-1991 corn will build one more building for a use, 7,995 million bushels recyclable drop-site at Bingham * estimated 1990-1991 corn Lake. ending stocks-to-use ratio, (1,285 11) Motion by Madson, second million bushels divided by 7,995 by Nelsen, unanimous vote to milfion bushels) 16.1 percent allow Kirchmeier to join the MN. approve the new tipping fees as recommended by Kirchmeier. These tipping fees will be adver- tised in the county newspapers. 7) Kirchmeier is requiring that all solid waste brought to the landfill must be weighed. This requires the landfill supervisor to be by the scale at all times the landfill is open. The landfill hours will be cut so the supervisor can take care of his other duties. 8) Kirchmeier will be applying Association of Solid Waste Offi- Cel'S. Thomas Scott and Chris Lung of the Plum Creek Library System, Worthington; Jean Haberman, Li- brarian at Mountain Lake; Joan Hunter, Librarian at Windom; and Fredie Hoppert, member of the Cottonwood County Library Sys- tem Board were present to give their annual report of usage on the county's library system. Motion by Nelsen, second by Elg, unanimous vote to change the The source for the last three factors is the World Agriculture Supply and Demand Estimates, March I 1. USDA announces dairy collection and refund program The US Department of Agriculture announced that since the beginning of the year a reduction of 5 cents per hundredweight has been made in March 12 regular meeting to March 13 because of the Township be $3,900. Motion by Nelsen, sec- ond by Jungas, unanimous vote to approve this proposal of Link In- teriors in the amount of $3,900. Motion by Jungas, second by Madson, unanimous vote to ap- prove payment of $2,497 to Davis Typewriter for a Laser Printer Facsimile Machine tor the Court Administrator's office. Motion by Elg, second by Nel- sen, unanimous vote to sign the University of Minnesota Contract Mielke also handed out a chart showing the 1991 distribution to townships of Town Road Allot- ment funds. These funds come from gas tax collected by the State and distributed back to ihe county and townships. The allotment is determined by population and number of road miles in each township. Motion by Jungas, sec- ond by Elg, unanimous vote to approve these payments but they will not be made until after the May 15 tax settlement. Motion by Elg, second by Jun- gas, unanimous vote to approve payment of $162 to Meadowbrook Insurance Company for Property and Casualty insurance for the temporary office space being used at the Northwestern Bell building. Motion by Madson, second by Nelsen, unanimous vote to ap- prove payment of $4,140 to Bald- ridge Architects and Engineers for consulting fees for the elevator/re- modeling project. Motion by Jungas, second by Elg, unanimous vote to pass a resolution designating the Cotwn- wood County Citizen as the news- paper in which the notice and list of real estate tax remaining delin- quent on the first Monday of January, 1991, shall be published. Motion by Elg, second by Jun- gas, unanimous vote to approve payment of $20,470.19 to Vetter Johnson Architects for architectur- al consulting fees incurred for the new jail project. REDWOOD COUNTY PICK-UP SCHEDULE OF RECYCLABLES for the month of April BELVIEW, eLEMENTS, DELHI, SANBORN, WANDA PiCk-up April 3 & 17 LUCAN, MILROY, SEAFORTH, VESTA Pick-up April 4 & 18 LAMBERTON Pick-up April 5 & 19 MORGAN & NORTH REDWOOD Pick-up April 1, 15, & 29 REDWOOD FALLS Pick-up April 9, 10, 11, 12, 23, 24, 25, 26 REVERE & WALNUT GROVE Pick-up April 2, 16, & 30 WABASSO Pick-up April 8 & 22 For pick up Information call Curry Sanitation at 644-2177, your city office or DAC Enterprises, Inc. *CHANGE OF PICK-UP DAY IN YOUR TOWN. STATEWIDE the price received by producers for all milk produced within the 50 Annual Meetings being held on states, the District of Columbia, March 12. Ill EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS MISCELLANE Puerto Rico and the US territories, Motion by Madson, second by [ OPPORTUNITIES OPPORTUNITIES A'WONDERFUL FAMILY I and marketed for commercial use Einertson, unanimous vote to up- I S'P~POR- wHoLESALP.-Bulk candy EXPERIENCE. Austrailian. I in calendar year 1991. This prove issuing a non-intoxicating '[TATIONis~x:eptingappli- machines, routes to be Europe Scandina~an.I I calions for Iruck dd~r train- established in your area, Japanese high schoo.I e x- I reduction is required by the malt liquor license to the Windom I seho,e aram a/obpart menull t -ne, no change s t= anwi in I Omnibus Budget Rec.onciliation County Club for $10. I u sluleOml elioo,m l/owlehe, l, cash profits. AugusL Become a h tl Act of 1990. Virgil King of Sunrise Sanita- I Classes start every three minimum investment 1- family I Amerieaa Interoul- [ I weeks. Studontloanmor~/ e~O-~-~395, tuml Student Exehanoo. I Keith Bjerke, executive vice tion, Winclom, met with the Board [,I president of USDA's Commodityto express some concerns with I JoeStNKUWAIT-H 0-up pet store HOW TO RETIRE IN I Credit Corporation, said that for how the landfill is being operated. I to $7s.00o ya C=s me- owner and lull STYLE on Noud:ty I milk marketed in each of the King feels that the garbage he I li - ean up. roadham a sunlit nursery Loam eret Call 1- I I ing-taiephone repair, refin- baby. Promise low, de- 900-988-5152 E.XT. 189. ] calendar years 1991 through 1995, collects is his property and he can l eryworkers-enWlevel. Ca, voted Ore dp=ent=,Co=s S, .oo per .minute. I the reduction will be 11.25 cents landfill it wherever he gets the 11-206-736-7000 EXT. cation. Ca= EUen.Last= about 4 minute= I pet hundredweighL The 11.25 cent best tipping fees. The Board dis- [ 111w8. Fee. 1-81e-rlO-9520orat~omey Refundalde. [ reduction is to be increased on agrees and says that it can stipu- I Need~'~-c~e"s'Tdn~ to 1-800-242-8770. SENTINEL BUILDINGS.'[ May 1 of each of the yea s 1992- late in the garbage hauler's permit l eam big money in short Coup ve to house.C mme ial'sWa0e'war 'oolorwa s, al-steel II 95, as needed, to compensate for where the county's solid wastes Iresum6:lleedingt supervis r'MAJEnterprises.Send ofwarmlh, securily, oppor-haveachik:l ffersa home b t:up Jangs, engineer I rPdundsmad for theprcviousycar, must be landfilled. Route2BoxlgO. PineCity. ~unity. LegaVconfidential/ carli6ed.40x40x12.$.5,131;I expenses paid. Call Hil- 50x60x14 $8 886; I These reductions also are required King informed the Board that MN 55063. 7 6 tevecollect(212)866. 50x100x16 $14'.465; 60x 100x 16, ~ 16,563;Othec by the Omnibus Budget James Meese of Dickinson Coun- POSTAL JOBS: $11.41 to sizes, fr=e brochures 1- I Reconciliation Act of 1990. ty, Iowa is still interested in build- II application $14.90/hr. informalionF r exam andcalt 1 TANNING & TONING 800-327-0790. [ Collection of the funds will be ing a transfer station in Cotton- I 1-800-999-9838, ext MN AUSUN a WOLFF TAN- 1940's WIND GENERA- I administered for the CCC by USDA's Agricultural Marketing wood County. He wants a permit I 101, 8am - Spin, 7 days. NING BEDS. New Corn- TOR MANUAL. Over 52 I from the County to build on pri- [Fee. -,---.---- merciaI-Home units. From complete plans for windI 3el'VICe. -- - $199.00. Lampsq.olions- The law also slates that aft the vate property and does not wish to I Earn huge profits pm ess- Ao es=ories. Monthbj pay- generators, batteqf pew- i build the transfer station at the ling HUD/FHA refunds. No ment= low as $18.00. Call ered welders, electric I end of a calendar year, a l oducer present landfill. The Board stated i experk, necessary. 1- today FREE NEW color 2.OO =hipp =rid II ,doo. .s0o-22 2 handinO. I.JM, P.O. Box l may receive a refund of the entire that it would approve such a per- - 174. Lake Ctly, MN 55041. I [ 800-955-4579. amount ,deducted from the mit if Mcese would agree to a lONE CALL to MinnNot~ iPERSoNAL producer s milk proceed if "hold harmless" clause to the I Newspaper A,so lallon'a SURROGATE MOTHERS QUALITYDNRYALFALFAI evidence is provided th= the county. King will rel on back. I Advecti=ing S rvlce NEEDEDFORINFERT1LE delivered from Soum Oa- I [ place your asplay, ed in. a~.]t COUPLES. Contact ICNYkota. Small square, big I producer did not increase liiilk Chairman appointed[orallofour22dailyano; J 14 E. Street, Sui square, round. Chea l marketing compared with:the Steven Severson of Westbrook to I week newspaper=. Ca. I 11. May caa hei r= aandFa--. immediately preceding cak bdar the Cottonwood County Seed Ca- I u. or oee at (e 2) 3s2. 204 NY NY 1002Z 1- for semi-toad price. John I I 8t~lfocmomlnformatlon. ' Haensel 1-605-334-O643. J year. SENTINEL & TRIBUNE Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, March 27, Motion by Jungas, second by Elg, unanimous vote to pass a resolution conveying three parcels of tax forfeited land to the City of Mountain Lake. A letter was received from the Fifth Judicial District Court Ad- ministrator stating that Cotton- wood County's share of the Dis- trict's expenses would be reduced by $2,952 because the District's budget has been cut. A letter was received from the law firm of Muske, Mueller of S Petition for Annexation a parcel of land in ship be annexed to Comfrey. The Selma Board agrees to this There being no the meeting was p.m. s/Marvin Einertson, s/Joy Storey, ATTEST: s/W. R. Miell Auditor ASSESSMENT NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the Review - Equalization of the Town of Sprlngt Redwood County, Minnesota, will meet at the the Clerk in said Township at 1:30 o'clock Monday the 1st day of April, 1991 for the reviewing and correcting the assessment Township for the year 1991. All persons themselves aggrieved by said assessment or who complain that the property of another is assessed low, are hereby notified to appear at said meetln0 show cause of having such assessment corrected. No complaint that another person is low will be acted upon until the person so his agent shall have been notified of such complaint- Given under by hand this 12th day of March Bernard O. Fultz, Clerk of the Town ASSESSMENT NOTICE NOTICE OF HEREBY GIVE, That the Review of the Township of Holly in Murray Minnesota, will meet at the Office of the Clerk Township at 1 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday the 2nd April, 1991 for the purpose of reviewing and the assessment of said Township for the year 1991. persons considering themselves aggrieved bY assessment, or who wish to complain that the another is assessed too low, are hereby notified to at said meeting, and show cause of having assessment corrected. No complaint that another person is low will be acted upon until the person so his agent, shall have been notified of such complainl. Given under my hand this 14th day of March, LaMolne Meyer, Clerk of the Town of ASSESSMENT NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the Review of the CRy of Westbrook in Cottonwood Minnesota, will meet at the Office of the Clerk in of Westbrook at 5:30 o'clock p.m. until 6:30 Tuesday the 2nd day of April, 1991 for the reviewing and correcting the assessment of said Westbrook for the year 1991. All persons themselves aggrleve ! by said assessment or who complain that the property of another is assessed are hereby notified to appear at said meeting and cause of having such assessment corrected. No complaint that another person is low will be acted upon until the person so assessed agent shall have been notified of such complaint. Given under by hand this 19th day of Feb Sherman Eckhardt, Clerk of the City of ASSESSMENT NOTICE NQTICE OF HEREBY GIVE, That the BOil Review - Equalization of the Town of Cottonwood County, Minnesota, will meet at the the Clerk In said Townhall at 9:30 o'clock a.m. until a.m. on Thursday the 4th day of April, 1991 purpose of revlewlng and correcting the sald Townshlp for the year 1991. All themselves aggrieved by seld assessment or to complaln that the property of another Is low, are hereby notified to appear at sald meetlng' show cause of havlng such assessment corrected. No complalnt that another person Is low wlll be acted upon until the person so hls agent, shall have been notlfled of such corn Given under my hand this 5th day of March, Darrell Horkey, Clerk of the Town of Rosehili ASSESSMENT NOTICE NOTICE OF HEREBY GIVE, That the BOil Review -'Equalization of the TOWR of North Redwood County, Minnesota, will meet at the Grove Community Center at 9:30 o'clock a.m. to a.m. on Monday the lrd day of April, 1991 for the of reviewing and correcting the assessment Township for the year 1991. All persons themselves aggrieved by sald or to complain that the property of another is low, are hereby notified to appear at said show cause of having Such assessment corrected. No complaint that another person is low will be acted upon until the person so his agent, shall have been notified of such Given under my hand this 20th day Darold Homing, Clerk of the Town of North Hero