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Present for all or portions of the meeting were: Commissioners Kevin Stevens, Jim Schmidt, Donna Gravley, Norm Holmen; County Coordinator Kelly Thongvivong; Auditor/ Treasurer Jan Johnson; County Attorney Nick Anderson, Kathy Marsh, Paul Johnson, Cathleen Amick, Kyle Pillatzki, Gretchen Warner, Drew Hage, Gale Bondhus, George Eilertson, and Rahn Larson. Commissioner Tom Appel was absent. Routine Items - approved by unanimous roll call or reg- Rentals SECTION 8 VOUCHERS ACCEPTED! Westbrook Apartments 1 & 2 BRs starting at $323 or 30% of income Pet friendly, garages available, on-site laundry Linda: (507) 360-8959 LloydManagementlnc.com Equal Housing Opportunity Services McCarty Motors: "The Place To Go" for used vehicles, automot- ive service/repair, Country Clip- per and Snapper mowers, parts/service. 712-472-3257 THANKYOU WOW[ Thanks to our family and friends. The cards, calls, flowers, iPad messages were overwhelming. God Bless all of you. We are truly Blessed. Warren and Ollie Parker Come andgo baby shower for daughter of Adam and Kallie (Gundermann) Baumann SATURDAY, JANUARY 7 lOam-n0on at Grace Lutheran Church Westbr0ok Parents are registered at Amazon and Sh0pk0 m 252286 Press ular vote: to approve the agen- appropriate payout of bene- da; to approve the minutes of fits; to allow Ashley McGill to the November 1,2016 regular move from full-time jailer/ meeting; to approve dispatcher to a part-time jail- November warrants in the er/dispatcher effective amount of $137,911.38 and November 19, 2016; to allow broken down as follows: the HR Department to post County Revenue Fund - internally for the position of a $102,093.28, Long Term full-time jailer/dispatcher and Capital Outlay - $2,522.60, advertise, if necessary; to County Building Fund - accept Kevin Donahue's letter $3,396.50, Ditch Fund - of resignationeffectiveimme- $8.64, County Revenue Fund diately with appropriate pay- - $2,746.53, Road and Bridge out of benefits. Fund - $19,522.02, Waste Additional Action Items - Abatement/SCORE approved by unanimous roll $1,699.69, Landfill Enterprise call or regular vote: to renew - $5,922.12; adjournment, the MSpace Maintenance Personnel Items - Contract - Platinum Plan for approved by unanimous roll 2017 at a cost of $2,649.83; to call or regular vote: to accept approve the 2017 Karen Kopperud's retirement- Transportation Service resignation effective January Agreement between 2, 2017, with appropriate pay- Community Transit of United out of benefits; to post and Community Action advertise for a full-time legal Partnership and Cottonwood secretary; to accept the termi- County; to allow the Board nation of Connie Byers, part- Chairman to re-sign time jailer/dispatcher, effec- Resolution 16-08-16 tive November 15, 2016 with "Entering into an Agreement with MnDOT" (MnDOT Agreement No. 1003359) and have it notarized; to sign and enter into Agreement No. 1026937 with MnDOT for the lighting along TH60 (at CSAH 2 and CSAH 44) and pass Resolution 16-11-15 "Resolution"; to allow the County Attorney to sign the Copier Maintenance Service Contract with Advanced Systems, Inc.; to accept quotes from Scott's Snow Removal and Dan Benz for snow removal services for the N71 Building, DVHHS Human Services and DVHHS Community Health Buildings for the 2016-2017 winter sea- son as presented: .............. S/Jan Johnson, Auditor/Treasurer S/Kevin Stevens, Board Chair S/Kelly Thongvivong, County Coordinator #252287 S-19x CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ] All classified ads for non-establishedl 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. Fridoy HANOR Help Wanted Valley View Manor in Lamberton, MN has the following positions open: Full-Time Dietary Aide Hours: 7:00 AM - 1:00 PM or 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM Part-Time Dietary Cook Hours: 2:00 PM - 7:45 PM Full-Time Certified Nurse Aide Hours: 2:00 PM - 10:00 PM Community Life Director Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Benefits Include: PTO, ESL, BCBS and supplemental Insurance, 401 (k) Retirement Plan r. WE OFFER A SIGN ON BONUS! Stop in today and pick up an application or call 507-752-7346 Valley View Manor is located at 200 East 9t" Ave. Lamberton, MN 56152 and is an Equal Opportunity Employer Westbrook Walnut Grove Independent School District #2898 Regular Meeting November 21, 2016 Members Present: Kleven, Knakmuhs, Jorgenson, Maas, Barron, Madson; Supt/ Principal Woelber; Principal Olson; AD Theisen; also pres- ent were Joe Stencel, John Wiggins, Jim Kleven, Becky Foster, Dan Warner, Mandy Dibble, Jessica Laleman, Duane Hannan, Adrienne Kletscher, Rachel Christians, and Tom Merchant. Kleven called the meeting to order at 7:01; Pledge of Allegiance was recited. Motion by Maas seconded by Knakmuhs to approve the previous minutes from October 17, 2016 Board Meeting. Motion carried. Motion by Madson second- ed by Barton to approve the agenda. Motion carried. Motion by Barton seconded by Jorgenson to approve the claims, account balances, treasurer reports and vendor girls basketball numbers for payments. Knakmuhs the future. abstained. Motion carried. We are pairing with Red Visitors Reports: Rock Central for Speech. Joe Stencel presented the Mark Takle has stepped down independent auditor's report from coaching Volleyball. for the school year. Mandy Mr. Olson reported that the Dibble reported MCA test Minnesota History books results from April. Maas needed to be updated due to reported attending the Pre- their age and condition, so delegate Assembly in new textbooks with a corn- Redwood Falls. Duane panion computer program Hannan gave a technology (which includes seven years update and said we need to of updates) have been. pur- look at purchasing some new chased for $3200. He also computers Spring of 2017. reported that the sensory room Old Business: for special needs students is Tiling will be done on the up and running. football field the weekend of Mr. Woelber stated that November 26. Woelber men- there is now a security camera tioned that we are still hopeful in the fitness center area. He the city will get fiber-optic may look to add more in the capability to the community future. He announced that center. Maydra Maas was selected for Motion by Barron seconded the All State School Board. by Maas to approve maternity The annual Minnesota School leave for Jessica Laleman. Board Conference will be Motion carried. January 11- 12, 2017. Administrative Reports: New Business: Theisen gave the winter Enrollment: Pro-School sports schedule and men-3-4 year-olds -54; tioned participation numbers Kindergarten-32; 1st grade- are down 35% during winter 32; 2nd grade-32; 3rd grade- sports. There is concern about 36; 4th grade-29; 5th grade- 21; 6th grade-24; 7th grade- 24; 8th grade-35; 9th grade- 24; 10th grade-32; 1 lth grade- 33; 12th grade-38; for a total of 392. Motion by Barron seconded by Jorgenson to approve the annual audit report from the 2015-2016 school year. Motion carried. Motion by Maas seconded by Barron to accept with thanks the retirement of Carolyn Enstad effective January 20, 2017. Motion car- fled. Motion by Knakmuhs sec- onded by Barron to approve updating the elementary hand- book regarding pre-K through 6th grade winter dress and transportation. Motion car- ded. Motion by Maas seconded by Madson to approve the WBWF summary for the 2015-2016 school year. Motion carried. Kleven adjourned the meet- ing at 8:55 p.m. Respectfully Submitted, Greg Madson Board Clerk #252288 S-19x DREAMS STRATEGY HAPPINESS SUBSCRIPTIONS GROWING I~EI.~TIONSI[IP$ oP~RI~I~cINGs ~. ~ ~ EVERYDAY ne Imml . EW m comMorarr ip _ CUL E = I--I I1 E [TURY Z C omm s -oo,. Z l/4 el _ xj . STRATEGY S.O..SAREA m roll PROVIDING THE COIVIMUNITY AWARD WINNING N