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t 5th, 6th grade The WWG Middle School 5th and 6th graders participated in the 15th Annual SW MN Regional Science and Engineering Fair Saturday, April 20, at Mankato Fair participants Control regarding questions that need answering before the Facilities Plan will be approved was reviewed. Rusty Miller gave the monthly police report. A portable radio was discussed. A decision was tabled until Marcom could be consulted as to why the radios we have now Pare Van DeWiele, wages deductions, 3.23 Karen Erickson, deductions, 224.61 People's Natural Gas Curry Sanitation Walter Nissel, deductions, 103.01 Rusty Miller, State University. do not work. A dog kennel was deductions, 156.81 Whitney Kuehl's plant life discussed. More information project was exhibited in the Earth regarding regulations is needed Postmaster Citizens State Bank and Space Science Division. i before a decision is made. p Dept, of Revenue Whitney received a blue ribbon The council again discussed a and a Honorable Mention with a [ breath tester that we can obtain medal in the overall competition, from the State at no charge. Motion AFLAC Cheryl Weber's illusions and 1 by Dale Anderson to approve PeopleService Glen Zupfer's diabetes projects ordering this breath tester, second Redwood Co. Tele. Co. l AT&T were exhibited in the Physical by Vince Anderson. D. Anderson, Andrew A. I.arson, wages! Science and Math Division. Cheryl ,:'. V. Anderson and Greg Hansen and Glen both received red i! voted yes. Thoma and Hoyt voted deductions, .58 MN Book Store ribbons, no. Motion carried. Merna Malmberg, wages Michael Swanson received a red Problems with a dog in town deductions, 3.70 ribbon for his series wiring in the was discussed. The neighbors will Mark Johnson, wages 152 same 6th grade division, be interviewed regarding these Jeremy Buss' electrical circuits problems to see if they would be deductions, 2.21 willing to sign a complaint. Interstate Power Co. and Tyson Kassel's solar energy R i n ! i n F it wet I r projects both received greeneg;? ell e e tG ten U eswtO D Llehty, deremy Cost of repairing the well house HansonConstruetion participation ribbons. B fe~t, sl~lResoTYc~:r~la~Vs:d rW, g~o2YsKiet~v::s Photo. roof for $850.00 was presented. McCleary Auto Parts Mr. Goldade would like to thank Motion by Vince Anderson, second Bruce's Service all the parents for helping make the by David Hoyt, to go ahead with Meadowland Farmex's Co Hoyt Oil and Cony. day go well. these repairs. All voted in favor. Tracy Municipal Hospital Motion carried. Vince will check Tracy Builder's Supply to see if the roof color can be Olson Ha are, Inc. changed from white to a darker Griffiths Clover Farm color. Sentinel News, Inc. Thirty-one teams from twenty- nine school districts in the 6, 8, and 9 regions will be competing in Math Masters competition on Saturday, April 27, 1991. The competition will be held at Springfield High School, located at Springfield, MN. Teams will be registering between 12:00 and 12:45, and the Math competition will begin at 12:55. There will be a Math FactDrill, followed by seven individual rounds and one final team round. Individual and team trophies, plaques, medallions and ribbons will be awarded at approximately 4:00p.m. This special academic event is delivered by the MN Academic Excellence Foundation in cooperation with the South Central Southwest/West Central c q0ERt Educational Cooperative Service Mathmasters students goingto Springfield were I. to r.: Whitney Kuehl, Allison Cassel, Tracy Unit. Support is provided by Cray Kashmarek, Joey Hansen, Ted Nelson, Brad Cohrs, Brita Anderson, Rusty Krentz, JaDee Research Foundation, Medtronic Goerhing. ST Photo. Foundation, 3M Foundation and IBM. SENTINEL & TRIBUNE 10 Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, April 24, 1991 I STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF REDWOOD DISTRICT COURT- PROBATE DIVISION Court File No. - PI-91-128 NOTICE OF INFORMAL APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS In Re: Estate of Gerlrude Johnson, Deceased NOTICE TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS AND CREDITORS: STATE OF MINNF3OTA COUNTY OF COTTONWOOD Walnut Grove City Council Regular Meeting DISTRICT COURT- March 18, 1991 PROBATE DIVISION The council met in regular FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT session on the 18th day of March 1991, at 7:30 p.m. in the council ORDER AND NOTICE OF room. HEARING ON PEWITION FOR Present: Greg Hansen, David FORMAL PROBATE OF WILL Hoyt, Dale Anderson, Vince AND APPOINTMENT OF Anderson, and Bruce Thoma. PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE IN UNSURPERVISED ADMINISTRATION AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS In Re: Estate of Gerald H. Anderson, Deceased Mayor Hansen presided at the meeting. Joe Osmond gave the monthly water/wastewater report, he reported that an alarm system to signal when the water tower was near empty would cost approximately $1,300.00 for materials and $2,700.00 installed. TO ALL INTERESTED Installing three or four pressure PERSONS AND CREDITORS: gauges in places around town was discussed a less costly Notice is hereby given that It is Ordered and Notice is alternative, council approved informal appointment of E. Do9 hereby given that on the 20th day the purchased of these pressure- Johnson whose address is 24713 of May, 1991, at 2:00 o'clock p.m gauges. Kings Valley Road, Damascus,a hearing will be held in the above Ed Fornberg presented some MD 20872, as personal named Court at 900 Third Ave ideas on new Christmas representative of the estate of the Windom, Minnesota, for the decorations to replace the bells above decedent, has been made. formal probate of an instrument currently being used. The council Any heir, devisee or other purporting to be the will of the picked their choice of his ideas and interested person may be entitled to above named decedent, dated Mr. Fornbergwillcontinuetowork appointment as personal August 30, 1978, and for the on this, getting prices from local representative of may object to the appointment of Dennis E. merchants, to get this work done. appointment of the personal Anderson and Geraldine L. Kropp, He will bring cost prices to a future representative and the personal whose addresses are R.R. 1, meeting. 1 representative is empowered to Westbrook, MN 56183; and 423 Steve Hansen presented me fully administer the estate No. Euclid Ave Sioux Falls, SD ambulance bids to the council. including, after 30 days from the 57104, respectively, as personal After discussion of warranty date of issuance of his letters, the representative of the estate of the information, etc. a motion by power to sell, encumber, lease or above named decedent in David Hoyt, second by Dale distribute real estate, unless unsupervised administration, and Anderson, to purchase the Lifeline objections thereto are filed with the that any objections thereto must be Ambulance from Southwest Bus Court (pursuant to Section 524.3- filed with the Court. That, if Sales of Hanley Falls at a price of 607) and the Court otherwiseproper, and no objections are filed, $55,900.00, including trade. All orders, a personal representative will be voted in favor, motion carried. Notice is further given that ALL appointed to administer the estate, Scott Dreyer, Bargen, Inc CREDITORS having claims to collect all assets, pay all legal presented prices to crack fill some against s s s s d estate are required to debts, claims, taxes mad expenses, more streets in town this summer. present the same to said personal and sell real and personal property, He surveyed the streets and representative or to the Clerk of the and do all necessary acts for the recommended finishing 6th Street Court within four months after the estate, and doing some streets on the date of this notice or said claims Notice is further given that ALL south end of town. Cost of his will be barred, i CREDITORS having claims proposal would be $6,435.00 against said estate are required to Motion by Bruc Thoma, second Dated: April 10, 1991 present the same to said personal by Dale Anderson, to approve this representative or to the Court proposal. All voted in favor. Agnes Vanderweff Administrator within four months Motion carried. Registrar aP r the date of this notice or said Walter Nissel gave the monthly Jon T. Hagen claims will be barred, maintenance report. The street Court Administrator sweeper is ready to go and the James L. Garvin Dated: April 16, 1991 picnic tables are being repaired and painted. Attorney James L Garvin /s/Bruce F. Gross Brad Knakmuhs gave the #33698 Judge monthly liquor stme relxxL Costs of a new furnace and central air Tracy,243 MorganMN 56175St. (COURT SEbl) Verna M Jam conditioning were reviewed. The 507-629-4 S-31, 32x Court Admi council felt they had too many by [s/Marlene A. Nordquist choices to consider and Dale Anderson will meet with Olson ! II Marlene A. Nordquist, Deputy Hardware to see what their [ T.K. Gudmestad recommendations are. Inventory was set for Monday, March 31, at I - j Attorney 7:00a.m. McDonald & Gudmestad A request by Trinity Lutheran t -'---'--'l 906 Fourth Avenue Call them partners: birds calbd Windom, MN 56101 Church to waive me rent of the egretl feed on Inlectll Itirrld up : 507-831,1301 Community Center for a fund m/0nBi cattle. In ndum, the Reg. No.: 38507 S-31, 32x raiser for Rob Peterson was discuss and approvecL eg?l.wams the cattle of danger A request from a resident on oy ny, ng away. Washington Street to oust coat the gravel road was discussed. Greg Hansen will check on some calcium chloride prices to do this work. Motion by Dale Anilerson, second by Bruce Thoma, to approve a S50.00 assessment from the MN Ambulance Association to lobby for increased reimbursemem from Medicare. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Discussion was held on a loss control workshop to be held in Mankato on May 3. The council approved having the clerk, police and maintenance worker to attend this workshop. A letter from MN Pollution STATEWIDE ~ OmatnN Ad t~w~q Motion by Bruce Thoma, second by David Hoyt, to approve the fire and ambulance contracts that had been approved by the townships at a previous meeting. All voted in favor. Motion carried. A letter from a homeowner regarding mandatory garbage service wad discussed. No change was made in present policy. Discussion was held on a request from Southwest Initiative Fund for a donation. The Walnut Grove Jaycees would contribute $1,300.00 if the city or some other organization would match this amounL The Lions Club and the Walnut Grove Development Corporation will be contacted to see if they would be interested in contributing. Motion by David Hoyt, second by Bruce Thoma, to support and pursue this project. Hoyt, Thoma, V. Anderson and Greg Hansen voted yes, Dale Anderson voted no. Motion carried. The question of whether or not the council should be covered by work comp was discussed. The council decided it was not necessary to be covered, in view of the high cost of this coverage. Replacing some cement around the Community Center was discussed. Bruce Thoma will check into this. Motion by David Hoyt, second by Vince Anderson, to approve the minutes of the previous meetings. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Bruce Thoma, second by Vince Anderson, to approve the bills as attached. All-voted in favor. Motion carried. Personnel problems were then discussed. In the future, an effort will be made by the council to handle problems or questions with employees in their assigned departments. A motion by Vince Anderson, second by Bruce Thoma, to adjourn. Karen l rickson . Clerk -Treasurer City Bills MN DepL of Public Safety 60.00 Lad's 148.05 Hobart 94.67 Walter Nissel, wages 732.60 deductions, 138.03 594.57 Rusty MilleL wages 767.60 deductioils, 175.54 592.06 Comm. of Revenue Ed Ptltte Redwood County Bremen Office Supply General Tlading Co. Tyler Wholesale, Inc. Fire Bills Redwood Co. Tele. Co. Redwood Co. Tele. Co. Welder's Supply Co. Ambulance BiBs Southwest Bus Sales MN Ambulauce Assoc. Marcom Radio Service Bruce's Serviee Meadowland Farmer's Hoyt Oil & Cony. Olson Hardware Griffith's Oovex Farm Sentinel News, Inc. Liquor Bills Brad Knakmuhs" wages deductions, 119.53 Comm. of Revenue Lecher Bros" Inc. Lake Beverage Co. DeLon Kundson, deductions, 83.79 deductions, 57.95 deductions, People's Natural Gas Lennis Larson Brad Knakmuhs, wages, deductions, 152.01 Knakmuhs Agency Lake Beverage Co. Locher Bros Inc. Hagen Beverage Dist Hansen Dist. of Sleepy Inc. Coca Cola Bottling Co. Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. A.H. Harnd Candy & Tobacco Co. 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