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entineU Tril3une To Place an ad -- Phone 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Wednesday, May 29, 2013 Page 11 Automotive McCARTY MOTORS: "The Place to Go" for automotive service and repair. Brakes, A/C, tune- ups, engine and transmission repair and replacement. 712- 472-3257. UTILIZE MY SKILLS before major DESTRUCTION, con- tact Darren @ AAdvance Transmission for all car care needs. 712-477-2294. Farm Equipment NEW & USED FEED MIXERS; scale repair, liners, augers, flighting, bearings, chain, etc. Post Equipment, Rock Valley, IA, 712-476-4500. For Sale For Sale: Quarters and halves of home-raised beef. Call 507- 967-2380. For Sale: Hardi Commander 1200-gal. sprayer, 90-ft. boom, 320-90-46 tires, 463 diaphragm pump, rinse & flush, 3-way nozzles w/JD rate control- ler installed on sprayer. Also includes HC 2500 controller. 605-366-7618. 2006 Chevy Silverado HD LT 2500 crew cab, 72K miles, 8.1 liter engine. Excellent condi- tion! Asking $22,000. Call Melissa, 605-214-1954. Help Wanted Help Wanted: Walnut Grove Legion needs part-time bar- tenders. Stop in for application after 5pm. Livestock BULLS for sale: Low birth weight purebred Angus bulls. Reasonably priced. 507-227- 6827. Real Estate BEAUTIFUL BLACK HILLS! For Sale: modern Black Hills cabin on 1+ acres, 1.3 miles from Highway 385, 9 miles to Deadwood. Fully furnished and move-in ready. See @, mls 113222 or call Linda Rausch of The Real Estate Group at 605-391-2136. Rentals PETS WELCOME at Westbrook Apartments! 2BR, NO INCOME RESTRICTIONS! Linda, 507-360-8959. www. LIoydManagementlnc. com. Equal Housing Opportunity Provider. Services McCARTY MOTORS: "The Place to Go" for used vehicles. Outdoor power equipment: sales, parts, service, engines. Country Clipper, Snapper mowers. 712-472-3257. DENNY'S SANITATION for all your disposal needs! Commercial, residential, farm pickup, roll-off service, dump- ster rentals, and now portable toilet service. Call 712-472- 2293. Wanted SCRAP IRON, VEHICLES, ETC., WANTED: 5170/ton; scale, unloading services, on-site cleanup, roll-off dumpsters available. Post Metal Recycling, Rock Valley, IA, 712-476-4500. : i PUBLIC NOTICES Buy, Sell, or in the Classified Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL l BIG RESULTS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING All classified ads for non-established accounts must be pre-paid (or charged to Visa or Mastercard) before running. Not responsible for errors in ads taken over the telephone. NOTICE RESPONSIBILIW: Please check your ad after the first insertion and bring any errors to our attention immediately, Corrections will be cheerfully made. We are not responsible for errors beyond the first insertion. If you fail to notify us, the publishers liabil- ity is limited to cost of the first insertion of the ad. INVESTIGATE before you invest. The Sentinel Tribune does not knowingly accept fraudulent or deceptive advertising. Readers are cautioned to thoroughly investigate ,'Business Opportunity" and other ads which require an investment. \ CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE 9 a.m. Friday Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 7" Public Notice The purpose of this notice is to advise the pub- lic that the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) staff has reviewed the proposed Redwood- Cottonwood River Septic Loan Program 2013 project and has determined that the preparation of an Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) is not mandatory. A preliminary determination has been made that no significant environmental impacts are anticipated. The Redwood- Cottonwood River Septic Loan Program 2013 project has applied for a loan under the Minnesota Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund and is, therefore, sub- ject to the State environ- mental review process. Individual sewage treat- ment system upgrades or replacements within this project will be in accor- dance with Minn. R. ch. 7080, which provide the minimum standards and cri- teria for design, location, installation, use, and main- tenance of individual sew- age treatment systems. If you have questions, comments, or desire addi- tional information about the project, please contact Mark Hanson at Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, 504 Fairgrounds Rd., Suite 200, Marshall, MN 56258. Mark Hanson can also be reached by phone at 507- 476-4259. Comments must be received within two weeks of publication of this notice in order to be accept- ed. TTY users can call 651- 282-5332 or 800-657-3864. If you have any inquiries about the Redwood and Cottonwood River Restoration Project in gen- eral, or desire additional information about the Redwood-Cottonwood Rivers Control Area (RCRCA) JPO or any of the cost-share programs offered, go to the web at or call Douglas A. Goodrich at (507) 637-2142 ex. 124. Your interest in Minnesota's environment is appreciated. #212770 S-39,40x Westbrook Walnut Grove Independent School District #2898 Regular Meeting April 8, 2013 The Westbrook Walnut Grove Board of Education held a regular board meeting April 8, 2013 in the Walnut Grove building board room. Members present were Kleven, Helmer, Madson, Maas, Barron and Jorgenson. Also present were Supt. Woelber, Prin. Richards, Prin. Olson, Leo Theisen, Loft Lee, Rocky Yang, Kelsi Wahl, Reed Bakken, Matt Otto, several staff Members and Tom Merchant. Kleven called the meeting to order. Motion by Madson sec- onded by Baroon to approve the minutes of the March 11, 2013 board meeting with changes. Motion carried. Motion by Helmer sec- onded by Madson to approve the amended agenda. Motion carried. Motion by Barron second- ed by Helmer to approve consideration of claims, account balances, treasurer reports and vendor pay- ments. Motion carried. Rocky Yang, Kelsi Wahl and Reed Bakken reported on the senior class trip. Leo Theisen and Matt Otto reported on the class trip of 2014. The proposed destina- tions are Washington D. C., New York and Philadelphia. Lora Lee gave a special education report regarding 42 students that are enrolled in the program. Motion by Madson sec- onded by Maas to approve purchase of a 2007 Grand Caravan from Carter Enterprises for $7500.00. The vehicle has 73300 miles. Motion carried. Motion by Helmer sec- onded by Jorgenson to cash in a Paul Carter CD and transfer it to a district sav- ings account. Motion car- fled. A budget handout sheet was noted. Athletic Director Leo Theisen reported on an ath- letic director conference. Leo is a board member of the State Athletic Directors. Leo was chosen athletic director of the year for Section 3A. There were several good speakers including former U of Minnesota A.D. Joel Maturi and Ben Utech, a for- mer gopher football player, speaking for Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The conference is waiting for a football decision from RCW. The final list of spring sports participants was noted. Prin. Olson listed the p/t conference attendance. The district submitted a fruit and vegetable grant to MDE. The WG kitchen was inspected by MDH and two minor violations were found. The summer lunch pro- gram starts May 22nd through July 3rd, Mondays through Thursdays. The After School Academy will run through April. Motion by Helmer sec- onded by Maas to hire Jim Selata as a part time custodi- an after school for the remainder of the school year. Motion carried. Prin. Richards noted there will be a field trip on May 15th for G9-12 to the Twins game. MCA testing starts April 16th for grades 7-11. These are requirements to graduate. The scheduling process was included. Four students advanced in speech competition. Supt. Woelber discussed updating some weight room equipment. No decision was made. The districts goal is to continue to upgrade technol- ogy as we can afford it. The WG fitness center is being considered for a loca- tion change. A change in the summer rec program in WB is being considered. There are issues with the Board of Teaching regarding test scores of potential staff members. The current district enroll- ment is 419. Motion by Maas seconded by Madson to hire Ms. Adrienne Kletscher for a Language Arts position for 2013-2014 school year. Motion carried. Motion by Helmer sec- onded Barron to approve overload compensation for the 2012-13 school year upon confirmation with Jane Hass. Tina Anderson Richards $2,063.63 Natalie Ross $4,127.25 Sally Oltmanns $2,150.00 Motion carried. Contract language will be reviewed. Motion by Maas seconded by Madson to approve capi- tal outlay budgets totaling $339,302.00. Motion carried. Motion by Madson sec- onded by Barron to give direction for Supt. Woelber to continue pursuing options and discussions regarding the WG west wing rental space and fitness center. And to contact the Walnut Grove EDA, SW Service Coop, SW Hmong Community for other options that are educational friendly. Motion carried. As the discussion of the fitness center continues the Hmong Center may need to be moved to another location in the building. Motion by Maas seconded by Barron to sell .5 fie coun- seling services to the Wabasso School District for 2013-2014. Motion carried. Bruce Jorgenson intro- duced the following resolu- tion for adoption: AN AMENDED RESOLUTION DISCONTINUING AND REDUCING EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AND POSITIONS AND REASONS THERE FOR, (FORM 7), FROM THE PREVIOUS BOARD MEETING 1 FTE IN SOCIAL STUDIES $25,000 .5FTE IN COUNSELING $30,000 2.0 ELEMENTARY RETIREMENTS $100,000 .25 FTE CUSTODIAL REDUCTION IN WG $5,000 .25 FTE REDUCTION IN MUSIC Ginny Barron seconded the motion and upon vote being taken thereon the following voted in favor there of: Madison, Maas, Barron, Helmet, Jorgenson, and Kleven And against the same: none Where upon said resolution was declared duly passed adopted. Greg Madson introduced the following resolution for adoption: RESOLUTION RELATING TO THE TERMINATION AND NONRENEWAL OF THE FOLLOWING PROBATIONARY TEACHERS Ms. Hannah Holt Ms. Jennifer Stevenson Bruce Jorgenson seconded the motion and upon vote being taken there on the fol- lowing voted in favor there of: Madson, Maas, Barron, Helmer, Jorgenson and Kleven And against the same: none Where upon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted. The board and administra- tion thanked Hannah and Jennifer for their dedicated service to the district. The board and administra- tion discussed the summery of the meet and confer meet- ing from the previous month. Motion by Maas seconded by Helmer to hire Shannon Helgeson as a Social Science instructor for the school year 2013-2014. Motion carried. Motion by Helmer sec- onded by Jorgenson to trans- fer past student class accounts of $3,863.21 into the district general fund to fund a sound system project. Motion carried. Motion by Maas seconded by Barron to approve an application for another 2 years to the Perpich Art Partners. Motion carried. Motion by Maas seconded by Jorgenson for Ind. Dist. 2898 to enter into a contract with a magician and music D.J. Motion carried. Motion by Helmer sec- onded by Madson to approve the WWG 2013 graduating class. Motion carried. Motion by Barton second- ed by Kleven to adjourn. Motion carried. Respectfully submitted Bruce Jorgenson, clerk #212767 S-40x SURROUND YOURsELF WITH RESPECT AND HONOR Learn to lead Serve part-time in your community Career training in fields such as technology and engineering Get up to t00% tuiuon assistance 1-800-GO-GUARD www.i mi l Looking for a Personal Care Attendant =uL to work in Tracy. Full-time/part-time hours m available for day and evening shifts working with young children. Willing to train the right person. Wildrose looking for dependable and reliable m. i PCAs where"Together We Can Make A Differ- u ence!" 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