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To Place an ad -- Phone 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 Wednesday, June 15, 2016 Page 11 Automotive Help Wanted Miscellaneous 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Junkwith Purpose parking lots DISH TV 190 channels plus Services Real Estate DONATE YOUR CAR truck or boat to Heritage For The Blind. NOW HIRING company OTR STOP OVERPAYING FOR YOUR McCarty Motors: "The Place To Free 3 day vacation, tax de- drivers. $2,000 sign on bonus, PRESCRIPTIONS! Save up toGo"for used vehicles, automot- ductible, free towing, allpaper- flexible hometime, extensive 93%! Call our licensed Cana- iveservicelrepair, Country Clip- work taken care of 8001439- benefits. Call now! Hibb's & Co. dian and International phar- per and Snapper mowers, 1735 763/389-0610 macy service to compare prices parts/service. 712-472-3257 and get $15.00 off your first Events prescription and free shipping. Work Wanted Flea Market: Saturday, June 18. Miscellaneous Call 800/259-1096 CUSTOM LARGE SQUARE BAL- ING. Alfalfa, grass & straw. No job too far. David Kramer 507- 967-2140 or 507-360-9963. Services Hwy 14Walnut Grove. Vendors High-speed Internet Only HUNTING AND RECREATIONAL will offer antiques, furniture, $49.94/mo! Ask about a 3 year LAND FOR SALE Parcels selling unique finds & creations price guarantee & get Netflix for $300-$400 per acre. 555 For Sale included for l year! CallToday acres selling in 5 tracts, 800/297-8706 Wauban; 69 acres on the Big For Sale: Schwinn Recumbent Fork River, Wirt; 66 acres on Exercise Bike - Highest Rated - Mississippi River, McGregor; Smooth- Very Quiet Operation 160 acres, Milaca; 33 acres on - Used Very Little - Like New - GEOTHERMAL HEATING & St. Louis River, Floodwood. 712-251-7582 - Rock Rapids, IA COOLING SYSTEMS Commer- Auction June 21. Better Home Garage Sales cial, residential & shop build- & Gardens Real Estate; ings. Economical heating & www.BHGBid.com; Lic. #86-79; Westbrook All Town Rummage c o o I i n g. F e d e r a I t a x 763/300-5055 Sales - Saturday, June 25. $5.00 Credits/electric rebates. Earth- to be on the map, call Judy loop Geothermal Systems, Fos- Rentals Tighe 274-5674. Deadline ston 218/435-6379 or 218/230- Monday, June 20. 5533 SECTION 8 VOUCHERS ACCEP- Help Wanted TED! Westbrook Apartments CDL A DRIVERS $7,500 sign-on- 2 BRs starting at only S340/mo. bonus. Medical benefits on day GOT KNEE PAIN? Back Pain? Pet friendly, maintenance free, 1 & earn $65k+ your first year!!! Shoulder Pain? Get a pain-re- garages available. Guaranteed pay. Profit sharing, lieving brace -little or no cost Linda: (507) 360-8959. 401k with company match &to you. Medicare patients call LloydManagementlnc.com. m o r e i E m a i I health hotline now! 800/755- Equal HousingOpportunity mnhr@mclaneco.com or call 6807 Hollie now! 507/664-3038 CONTRACT SALESPERSON selling aerial photography of Child Care: Licensed in-home farms on commission basis. PROTECT YOUR HOME with daycare, in the Westbrookarea. $4,225.00 first month guaran- fully customizable security and Limited full or part time open- tee. $1,500-$3,000 weekly 2417 monitoring right from ings available for children ages proven earnings. Travel re- your smartphone. Receive up 3 years to 10 years. Open quired. More info to $I,500in equipment, free Monday - Friday, 6:30am - msphotosd.com or 877/882- (restrictions apply). Call 5:30pro. Call Samantha for 3566 800/203-6905 more details. 507-822-5741 .THANKYOU It is with great apprecia- tion that Westbrook Area Volunteers wishes to thank Westbrook Public Utilities, Westbrook City Maintenance, Curt Mad- son, Scott Knudson and Carter Concrete for demo lition and construction of the city park basketball court. Thank you to the organizations who donat- ed money to make our vi- sion a reality: Westbrook Women's Club, West- brook Kiwanis, West- brook Lions, Westbrook VFW, Immanuel Baptist Church and Keeping Up the Kourage Foundation. W.A.V. especially thanks all who have purchased raffle tickets over the past years. It is amazing what can be accomplished $20 at a time. 252655 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 RESPONSIBILITY: 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 ,THANKYOU The family of Daryl Swenhaugen would like to thank everyone for the cards, flowers and food brought to the house. A big thank you to my children and grandchil- dren for being there for me. Thank you to Reverand Charles Swanson for the beautiful sermon. Thank you to the ladies at the church for serving lunch. Your kindness will be remembered. Thank you to all our family and friends. LaCinda Swenhaugen, Duane, Janel & Family, LuAnn, Chad & Family, Paul Carol & Family 252658 New Century Press ,THANKYOU The family of Kim Bakken appreciates all the care and love shown to him and us during his life and passing. Please accept this note as a thank you for your donations. Undesignated donations will be shared with WWG Shooting Sports, Shetek Bible Camp and Hospice of Murray County. Lee Bakken & Family Sandi Olsen & Family 252555 Full-Time Swine Technicians WANTED In the Westbrook, MN Area Total Market Value for coating finalized and finish Westbrook before any valu- all West and East streets. It ation changes are was recommended by our $23,398,500. We will auditor Sheila to create a receive any additional valu- joint powers agreement ation from any electrical between us and the county .... substatioirs'~and gas lines for services, coming through town as Motion by Wahl and sec- well. onded by Brown to pur- Phelps stated that we chase new pump for sewer have a vacant building in in the fall and keep old one town that the EDA owns. It for a spare. All voted in is valued at considerably favor. Motion carried. more than what it shouldMotion by Johnson and be. As representative ofseconded by Brown to EDA, can we get the valua- approve the temporary 3 tion lowered due to having days On-Sale License for no occupants in the last two WAV during Fun Days. All years? Bondhus stated itvoted in favor. Motion car- would be a conflict of inter- fled. Wahl and Jorgenson est for you as a council to abstain. act on this. Bondhus recom- Motion by Brown and mended that they take a seconded by Johnson to look at it and present it to approve the application for the County Commissioners. Exempt permit for WAV Motion by Brown and during Fun Days. All voted seconded by Jorgenson toin favor. Motion carried. make no change to Doug Wahl and Jorgenson abstain. Kuehl valuation. All voted Motion by Johnson and in favor. Motion carried, seconded by Wahl to Motion by Jorgenson and approve the temporary l seconded by Johnson to day On-Sale License for decrease the valuation on Keeping up the Kourage the North Apartments Foundation during Fun (Southwest Minnesota Days. All voted in favor.' Housing). Decrease land by Motion carried. Jorgenson $19,100 and decrease build- abstains. ing by $236,100.00 for aMotion by Jorgenson and total of $255,200.All voted seconded by Johnson to in favor. Motion carried, approve the Exempt permit Motion by Wahl and sec- for the Westbrook Fireman's ended by Jorgenson to take Relief Association to add the valuation concerns for Bonnie and Clydes II as a the EDA building to the premise to house lawful county board due to conflict gambling activity. All voted of interest. All voted in in favor. Motion carried. favor. Motion Carried.Brown abstains. Johnson abstains. Motion by Brown and Motion by Brown and seconded by Jorgenson to seconded by Johnson to increase lifeguard wages to accept the assessments of coincide with the minimum $23,398,500 with changes wage increases. This will be as necessary. All voted in a base pay of $7.75 wage favor. Motion carried, plus additional .25 for every Motion by Johnson and .year of service hourly seconded by Brown to mcrease. WSI will be kept adjourn the 2016 Board of at the standard .75 increase Review at 6:08 p.m. over the regular lifeguard Regular Council meetingwage only during swim- following, ming lesson time. All voted Motion by Johnson and in favor. Motion carried. seconded by Wahl to Motion by Wahl and sec- approve the minutes from onded by Jorgenson to the April 4, 2016 council approve the agreement with meeting. All voted in favor. American Tower. This will Motion carried, extend the current agree- Conrad stated that theyment to 2065. All voted in are hoping to get the seal favor. Motion carried. Westbrook City Council Regular Meeting May 2, 2016 The Westbrook City Council ,met lm,~Monda=y,, May 2, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. in the city council room. Members present: Jan Johnson, Manda Jorgenson, Chadd Wahl and Kelly Brown. Mayor Phelps Presiding. Others present: Luke Ewald, A1 Conners, Gale Bondhus, Karla Ambrose and Doug Kuehl Bondhus supplied coun- cil with property sale trans- actions that happened dur- ing Oct 2014 - April 2015. There were 9 sales during the period with an approxi- mate 15% increase. Doug Kuehl was present and wanted to discuss the increase in his value. Kuehl stated that the building value increased by roughly $30,000.00 from prior year. After discussion Bondhus stated the increase in value was a reflection of the 9 property sales that took place, which ultimately was subject to the 15% increase as stated earlier. Bondhus stated that the North Apartments have two tax rates. One part is being subsidized and the other part of the building they pay regular rate, they end up with two rates. In late June early, July Bondhus will receive a letter from the State of MN stating that 75% of the apartments are subsidized and that Bondhus can split that portion out according to the percentage of 75% subsidized and 25% at regular tax rate. In send- ing out the valuations, instead of the apartments listed at $474,000.00 it was listed at $730,000.00 because Bondhus forgot to delete the second record. Conclusion being that Bondhus is asking council to decrease the valuation for North Apartments because of the mistake by roughly $255,200 due to clerical error. $19,100.00 will be on the land and $236,100 on the building. Police Chief Wahl pre- sented police report. He stated that he has spoken with a few residents regard- ing pick up. Katie will get dog/cat tag reminders and door hangers ready for the policedepartment this week. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Wahl to approve all building per- mlts submitted: Zimmerman, Bums, Drew, and Jackels Construction. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Brown and seconded by Johnson to not waive the monetary limits on municipal tort liability. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Jorgenson and seconded by Wahl to amend the agreement with Schaap Sanitation to clarity lan- guage for franchise exclu- sive rights. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Steen stated that Ryan Speckmeier with Westbrook Ag and he will not be able to provide us with the replacement engine as requested due to warranty. Conrad brought the grader to RDO to be worked on. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Wahl to create a policy for tobacco free parks. Phelps stated we can do this for the time being and see where it goes. If we later think we need to make it an ordinance we can address it at that time. Luke Ewald will take care of the signs for us. Dan Joel, Utility Superintendent, stated that he built a well house to go on top of the well that is currently at the camp- ground. Motion by Johnson and seconded by Wahl to approve bills in the amount of $104,124.78. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Motion by Jorgenson and seconded by Brown to adjourn. All voted in favor. Motion carried. Katie Steen, City Clerk Dennis Phelps, Mayor #252659 S-43x Pay depending on experience Anthony Iverson Construction Currie, MN Lics # BC- 387756 507.820.1665 • 507.763,3879 ® We offer: Full-time Employees • Competitive Wages - based on position and experience • Health and Dental Insurance • Referral Bonus Program • Scholarship Program • Bereavement Leave • Jury Duty • Production Bonus • Flex Plan • 401K Plan • Life and Long Term Disability Insurance • Paid Holidays and Paid Time Off (PTO) Apply through our website at www.pipestonesystem.com Call 1-866-918-7378 to explore your future with us. No experience Necessary - we train from entry level to management Full-time Employees average 45 hrs/wk - Overtime pay after 40 hr/wk Pre-employment drug testing and background screening required Sanford Tracy has the following positions available: • Full Time Health Coach (RN) in the Tracy and Westbrook Clinics (80 hours/2 weeks). This position is the day shift. Prefer at least 3 years of experience as a RN and BSN degree. • Part Time Billing Representative/Registrar 40 h0urs/2 weeks. • Part Time Marketing Coordinator 48 hours/2 weeks. This position will work between Sanf0rd Tracy and Sanf0rd Westbr00k facilities. Becky Foster, Human Resource Manager Ph.: 507-629-8489 or 507-274-1116 or Fax: 507-629-8497 rebecca.foster@sanfordhealth.org Applicants must apply enline: sanfordhealthcareers.silkroad.com/ The employees of Sanford Health demonstrate courage. We rally together and do whatever it takes to provide our patients with a flawless and inspiring exi~erience. Show your courage at Sanford Hearth. careers.sanfordheaRh.org 252547