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To Place an ad -- Phone 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Wednesday, June 12, 2013 Page 9 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. www.postequip.com. Post Equipment, Rock Valley, IA, 712-476-4500. For Sale: 9-wheel H&S hay rake, $2200. 18x42 tractor tire, 70% tread, $75.507-483-2936. For Sale For Sale: Quarters and halves of home-raised beef. Call 507- 967-2380. 2006 Chevy Silverado HD LT 2500 crew cab, 72K miles, 8.1 liter engine. Excellent condi- tion! Asking $21,500. Call Melissa, 605-214-1954. Cottonwood County Board of Adjustment PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE VARIANCE APPLICATION An application has been submitted by Jace Jarmer, Rose Hill Township, Cottonwood County Minnesota, for the granting of a reduction in the live- stock structure setback from an open ditch, established by the Cottonwood County Zoning Ordinance No. 28. Parcel #13.021.0500; Part of the SW 1/4 of Section 21, Township 106 North, Range 38 West in Rose Hill Township, Cottonwood County, Minnesota. A Public hearing to con- sider this application will be held at 2:00 p.m., on Thursday afternoon, June 27,2013, at the Cottonwood County North Highway Office Building. By Order of the Cottonwood County Board of Adjustment Gordy Olson, Interim Planning and Zoning Administrator #212754 S- 42x Westbrook City Council Regular Meeting May 6, 2013 The Westbrook City Council met for Local Board of Appeal and Equalization on Monday, May 6, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Council Room. Members present: Mayor: Dennis Phelps; council mem- bers: Jan Johnson, John Madson, Marv Sorenson and Manda Jorgenson. Others present: Dan Joel, Carl Conrad, Jozef Rusek, Marlowe Nelson, Lincoln Simonson, Gale Bondhus, AL Conners and Jean Gotte. Mayor Dennis Phelps pre- sided the meeting. Bondhus stated that they basically let depreciation take its course this year. Bondhus presented a letter from Jeff Kyper, owner of the post office, with his con- cern about the value of the building on Parcel #24-825- 0530, 2010 value $12,700, 2011 value $35,700, 2012 value $34,300 and 2013 value $32,900. The decrease in value since 2011 is depre- ciation taking its course. Phelps asked why the big jump between 2010 and 2011. Bondhus stated that they were getting all of the post offices in alignment. Jozef Rusek at 407 Bell Avenue, Parcel #24-828- 0040, stated that his property is valued too high. 2011 value $39,900, 2012 value $37,200 and 2013 value $36,800. County compared same types of houses and determined that this property is in line with the other val- ues. Marlowe Nelson, Parcel #24-029-3200, stated that he would like to see his farm Garage Sales Westbrook All Town Rummage Sales - Saturday, June 29. To be on the map, call Judy Tighe, 274-5674. Deadline Monday, June 24. 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 @ bhmls.com, 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. LloydManagementlnc. com. Equal Housing Opportunity Provider. For Rent: 2-bedroom apart- ment with appliances and land no higher than his other land that he owns. 2013 value is $6,514 and his other land is valued at $5,904. The parcel that runs in town he can not tile and he has a problem with water. There currently is a 1% decrease for drainage, Bondhus stated that the productivity rating on this parcel is in the upper rating which is above aver- age,. Motion by Madson and seconded by Johnson to leave parcel #24-825-0530, Jeff Kyper, as is with no changes. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Sorenson and seconded by Jorgenson to leave parcel #24-828-0040, Jozef Rusek, as is with no changes. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Madson and seconded by Johnson to leave parcel #24-029-3200, Marlowe Nelson, as is with no changes. Nelson should attend the Cottonwood County meeting on June 19 to discuss this further with county. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Bondhus read the Assessments for the City of Westbrook as follows: 2012 Assessment $21,506,600 with $61,200 of new con- struction and 2013 Assessment $21,564,900 with $48,100 of new con- struction. Motion by Madson and seconded by Sorenson to accept assessments as read, All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Sorenson and seconded by Madson to adjourn Board of Review at 6:15 p.m. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Regular Council Meeting Lincoln Simonson from Westbrook Ag presented to the council that he would like to purchase some of the City of Westbrook land that Westbrook Ag's hanger sits. He proposed that the city would retain a part of the land for dirt area. Simonson would like to meet with the city with a dollar amount and or an arrangement. Phelps stated that we can discuss this at a later date with Simonson. Motion by Madson and seconded by Sorenson to initiate the pro- cess to negotiate this agree- ment. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Madson and seconded by Jorgenson to approve the minutes from the April 1, 2013 council meet- ing. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Police Chief Wahl present- ed police report. Sirens are all narrow band compliant except the Ambulance shed siren. All pagers need to be programmed on Jane 10 at the Fire Hall. Phelps reviewed the cur- few ordinance with Police Chief Wahl. WAV was not happy with the way that Police Chief Wahl enforced the curfew for the Cabin Fever Buster. Council dis- cussed this with Wahl and heat furnished at Westwood Apartments, 801 8th Street in Westbrook. Call 274-5624. Services 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. McCARTY MOTORS: "The Place to Go" for used vehicles. Outdoor power equipment: sales, parts, service, engines. Country Clipper, Snapper mowers. 712-472-3257. Wanted SCRAP IRON, VEHICLES, ETC., WANTED: $160/ton; scale, unloading services, on-site cleanup, roll-off dumpsters available. Post Metal Recycling, Rock Valley, IA, 712-476-4500. Work Wanted CUSTOM LARGE SQUARE BALING. Alfalfa, grass & straw. No job too far. David Kramer 507-967-2140 or 507-360- 9963. made the agreement that he will need to communicate with the organizations so both parties have the under- standing. Street Superintendent Conrad stated that branch pickup is done. The school kids are coming on the 20th to do some work. Motion by Madson and seconded by Sorenson to approve a temporary liquor license to WAV for Fun Days. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Jorgenson abstained. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Madson to approve the Exempt Permit for Fun Days. All voted in favor. 'Motion carried. Jorgenson abstained. Motion by Jorgenson and seconded by Madson to approve lifeguard wages at .25 cent wage increase with additional .25 cent increase for WSI teaching. All voted in favor. Motion carried. There are a few things that need to be done with the library before next winter. Conrad said he will get a hold of either Schoborg or Pederson's and have them install the old gutters on the buildings so that they match up with the old. We have the old gutters in the shed. Dennis Jutting will order the heat tape for the roof so that we don't have the ice problems. Marv Sorenson will con- tact Karl regarding the snow removal issues from last winter. Maybe a snow blow- er should be purchased. Joel contacted his dad about the concrete for the library sidewalk to repair and put a step in. He has been directed to talk with Karl. Motion by Jorgenson and seconded by Sorenson to approve the Cottonwood County amended building permit for the recycle shed location. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Sorenson and seconded by Johnson to approve the building permit for Lawrence Carlson to install a shed on his property. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Madson and seconded by Johnson to approve the addition and concrete for Don Fogelson. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Phelps stated that Maynard's failed a tobacco compliance check. Our City Attorney needs direction whether the council would like to charge Maynard's and how they want to pursue the clerk that sold. Motion by Sorenson and seconded by Madson to charge the sales clerk with the $50.00 civil fine and to waive the fine to Maynard's. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Dan Joel presented some purchases to the council that the fire department needs. The defibrillator that will be in the rescue truck needs a new battery, they will be pur- chasing a gas detector so they can check for CO, and turn out gear. It was dis- THANKYOU A special thank you to Brian Berg, Milan as- land, Dick Burns, Brad Berg, Jim Starner, and Jeff Hughes for finishing bean planitng while Brenda was hospitalized. Thanks to Sue Johnson for the many days of food. We appreciate all their help. We have the best friends and neighbors anyone could ask for. 212752 Steve, Brenda &family 'THANKYOU We want to extend a sin- cere, heartfelt thank you to everyone who took the time to stop by with food and share their condolenc- es. We also appreciate all of the cards, kind words, gifts of money, flowers and support during such a difficult time. The support of a community like this is a true gift. LaDonna will always be in our hearts and we thank you again for touching our family in so many special ways. 212753 The Jensens 'THANKYOU Heartfelt thanks are of- fered from the family of Rodney Nackerud for all the prayers, cards and flowers that were received at the time of his death. We also wish to thank the staff of Westbrook Good Samaritan for his excel- lent care, Pastor Tim Holt, the ladies of St. Olaf for the wonderful lunch and the American Legion for providing military honors. Rodney was an amazing person and a true gentle- man. He worked hard, never complained and loved his family with ;all" his heart. He will:be missed. 212755 THANKYOU Thank you does not begin to cover our appreciation & gratitude for the care, concern & support shown to our family over the past few months. Your visits, telephone calls and prayers have helped us through this difficult time. In memory of Ardy Pederson, Wife/ Mother/Grandmother A Death Has Occurred By Paul Irion A death has occurred and every- thing is changed. We are painfully aware that life can never be the same again, that yesterday is over, that relationships once rich have ended. But there is another way to look upon this truth. If life now went on the same, without the presence of the one who has died, we could only conclude that the life we remember made no con- tribution, filled no space, meant nothing. The fact that this person left behind a place that cannot be filled is a high tribute to this indi- vidual. Life can be the same after a trinket has been lost, but never after the loss of a treasure. Peder Pederson Bob & Peggy Haken Rh0nda Klein Michael & Kate Peders0n Jeff & Morgan Peders0n cussed to hold off on pur- chasing the turn out gear until we can apply for the safety grant with the League. Motion by Johnson and sec- onded by Jorgenson to approve the 2 expenses list- ed. Fire department has one new member Aaron Croes Motion by Jorgenson and seconded by Sorenson to approve the bills in the amount of $44,907.48. All voted in favor. Motion car- ried. Motion by Jorgenson and seconded by Johnson to adjourn. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Next Council meeting will be held on Monday, June 3, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. Katie Steen, City Clerk Dennis Phelps, Mayor #212757 S-42x 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 "n ads taken over the telephone. RESPONSIBILITY: Please check yourad 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 clds which req u re an investment. CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE 9 a.m. Friday Habilitative Services, Inc. in Westbrook MN has an opening for an In-Home Support Professional to provide support to an individual in their home. Job duties will include providing personal care, commu- nity involvement and encouraging growth and development. Hours available are afternoon shifts starting at 2 p.m., 2-3 days during the week, average of 12.5 hours per week. Applicants must be at least 18 years old with an acceptable driving record. Applicants may apply online at www.habsvinc.com. For further information contact Linda at 507-831-3804. Last day to accept applications is June 24, 2013. EOE/AA. Looking for a Personal Care Attendant "" u 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 deoendable and reliable ,,, mm PCAs where"Together We Can Make A Differ- M ence!" Please call 1-507-337-1101 for application or applications may be picked up at II l u m Wildrose Home Care LLC 1210 East College Drive, Suite 800, Marshall, MN I I or fax resume to 1-507-337-1102. EOE u 212678 w IlII|' Ir vI!I IIIII U IIW vI .I II Ill|IIlWIIA.I II ll [] Tracy Area Elementary School is seeking an Early Childhood Special Education Teacher for their birth to 3 program. Please send letter of application, licensure, resume and 3 current letters of reference, and application to: Tracy Area High School Attn: Kathy Vondracek 934 Pine Street Tracy, MN 56175 Apply deadline: Until filled. Equal Opportunity Employer llJ Jll H Jrl lililililiiiii~i!iil}i~iiiii{i~i!~ RN-Part-Time Murray County Medical Center has a part-time without insurance benefits positions available for a Registered Nurse in the patient care unit. Must be willing to work any shift needed and will include weekend shifts as needed. Come join our friendly, competent nursing staffin a caring and progressive environment. EOE Application deadline is June 19, 2013. Please complete an application which is available at murraycountymed.orq. Contact: Nancy Andert/HR Murray County Medical Center 2042 Juniper Ave Slayton, MN 56172 507-836-1262 URRAY COUNTY andertn@murraycountymed.orq