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Lester Prairie animal ordinance

The City Council of the City of Lester Prairie ordains
Section 1: Section 7.1 of the Lester Prairie Municipal Code shall be amended to read as follows:
“Section 7.1 ANIMALS
7.1.1 Definitions. As used throughout this Section, unless the context
otherwise indicates: Animal shall mean any mammal, reptile, amphibian, fish, bird,
(including all fowl and poultry) or other member commonly accepted as a part of the animal kingdom. Domestic animal shall mean those animals commonly accepted as domesticated household pets. Unless otherwise defined, such animals shall include dogs, cats, caged birds, gerbils, hamsters, guinea pigs, domesticated rabbits, fish, non-poisonous, non-venomous and non-constricting reptiles or amphibians, and other similar animals. Non-Domestic animal shall mean those animals commonly considered to be naturally wild and not typically trained or domesticated or which are commonly considered to be inherently dangerous to health, safety, and welfare of people. Unless otherwise defined, such animals include but are not limited to:
(a) Any member of the large cat family (family felidae) including lions, tigers, cougars, bobcats, leopards, and jaguars, but excluding commonly accepted domesticated house cats.
(b) Any naturally wild member of the canine family (family Canidae) including wolves, foxes, coyotes, dingoes, and jackals, but excluding commonly accepted domesticated dogs.
(c) Any cross breeds such as the crossbreed between a wolf and a dog, unless the crossbreed is commonly accepted as a domesticated house pet.
(d) Any member or relative of the carnivore or rodent families including any skunk (whether or not de-scented), raccoon, squirrel, or ferret, but excluding those members otherwise defined or commonly accepted as domesticated animals as described in Section above.
(e) Any poisonous, venomous, constricting, or inherently dangerous member of the reptile or amphibian families  including rattlesnakes, boa constrictors, pit vipers, crocodiles and alligators.
(f) Any other animal not explicitly described above that are not typically domesticated including but not limited to bears, deer, monkeys and game fish. Farm Animal shall mean those animals commonly associated with a farm or performing work in an agricultural setting. Unless otherwise defined, such animals shall include members of the equestrian family (horses, mules), bovine family (cows, bulls). sheep, poultry (chicken, turkeys), fowl (ducks, geese), swine (including Vietnamese pot-bellied pigs), goats, bees, and other animals associated with a farm, ranch, or stable. Cat shall mean both the male and female of the Felidae species commonly accepted as domesticated household pets. Dog shall mean both the male and female of the canine species, commonly accepted as domesticated household pets, and other domesticated animals of a dog kind. Any dog over 3 months old shall be considered an adult. Potentially dangerous dog is a dog that meets any of the criteria of MN Statute 347.50, Subd. 3. A dangerous dog is a dog that meets any of the criteria of MN Statute 347.50, Subd. 2. A dangerous animal is any animal other than a dog that inflicts or attempts to inflict bodily harm on a person without provocation or exhibits unusually aggressive behavior, such as an attack on another animal. Proper enclosure means securely locked pen or structure suitable to prevent the animal from escaping and to provide protection for the animal from the elements. A proper enclosure does not include a porch, patio, or any part of a house, garage, or other structure that would allow the animal to exit of its own volition, or any house or structure in which windows are open or in which door or window screens are the only barriers which prevent the animal from exiting. Such enclosure shall not allow the egress of the animal in any manner without human assistance. A pen or kennel shall meet the following minimum specifications:
(a) Have a minimum overall floor size of thirty-two (32) square feet per animal.
(b) Sidewalls shall have a minimum height of five (5) feet and be constructed of 11 gauge or heavier wire. Openings in the wire shall not exceed two (2) inches, support posts shall be one-and-one-quarter inch (11/4”) or larger steel pipe buried in the ground eighteen (18) inches or more. When a concrete floor is not provided, the sidewalls shall be buried in a minimum of eighteen (18) inches in the ground.
(c) A cover over the entire pen or kennel shall be provided. The cover shall be constructed of the same gauge wire or heavier as the sidewalls and shall also have no openings in the wire greater than two (2) inches.
(d) An entrance/exit gate shall be provided and be constructed of the same material as the sidewalls and shall also have no openings in the wire greater than two (2) inches. The gate shall be equipped with a device capable of being locked and shall be locked at all times when the animal is in the pen or kennel. At Large shall mean off the premises of the owner and not under the direct custody and control of the owner or another person, either by leash, cord, chain, or other restraint or confinement. Habitual Barking shall mean barking for repeated intervals of at least five minutes with less than one minute of interruption. Such barking must also be audible off the owner’s or caretaker’s premises. Kennel shall mean the keeping more than a total of four cats/dogs on the same premises, whether owned by the same person or not and for whatever purpose kept, except that a newborn litter may be kept for a period of six (6) months before such keeping shall be deemed to be a “kennel”. Release Permit means a permit issued by either the City Clerk’s Office or by a member of the City’s Police Department for the release of any animal that has been taken to the pound. The release fee shall be thirty dollars ($30.00) the first time an animal is impounded, fifty dollars ($50.00) the second time it is impounded, and seventy-five dollars ($75.00) for the third and each subsequent time the same animal is impounded. [Refer to Section 7.1.5 regarding “Impoundment” and Subsection regarding “Reclaiming” for the process to be followed].
7.1.2 Vaccination of Dogs and Cats. Required Vaccinations. All dogs and cats owned, kept, harbored, maintained, or transported within the City shall be vaccinated at least once every three years by a licensed veterinarian for:
(a) Rabies B with a live modified vaccine; and
(b) Distemper Recordkeeping. A certificate of vaccination must be maintained for each dog and cat which states the date(s) of vaccination, owner’s name and address, the animal’s name (if applicable), sex, description and weight, the type of vaccine and the veterinarian’s signature. Upon demand made by the City Clerk-Treasurer’s Office or a police officer, the owner shall present for examination the required certificate(s) of vaccination for the animal(s). In cases where certificates are not presented, the owner or keeper of the animal(s) shall have 7 business days in which to present the certificate(s) to the City Clerk-Treasurer’s Office or police officer. Penalty. A fifty-dollar ($50.00) fine shall be imposed on the owner of any dog or cat found in violation of this specific sub-section.
7.1.3 Non-Domestic Animals. It shall be illegal for any person to own, possess, harbor or offer for sale any non-domestic animal within the City limits. Any owner of such an animal at the time of adoption of this Code shall have thirty days in which to remove the animal from the City after which time the City may impound the animal as provided for in this Section. An exception shall be made to this prohibition for those animals brought into the City as part of an operating zoo, veterinarian clinic, scientific research laboratory or a licensed show or exhibition.
7.1.4 Farm Animals. Farm Animals shall only be kept in an agricultural district of the City or on a residential lot of at least ten (10) acres in size provided that no animal shelter shall be located within three hundred (300) feet of an adjoining piece of property. An exception shall be made to this subsection for those animals brought into the City as part of an operating zoo, veterinarian clinic, scientific research laboratory, or a licensed show or exhibition.
7.1.5 Impoundment. Notice. Verbal or written notice of impounding shall be provided to the owner of any impounded dog or other animal as soon as practical following such impoundment, provided the owner is known. In the event the owner is not known, a notice shall be posted at the City Office that if the dog or other animal in not claimed within five (5) regular business days of the posting of the notice, it will be disposed of. Except as otherwise provided in this Section, it shall be unlawful to kill, destroy, or otherwise cause injury to any animal, including dogs and cats running at large. Reclaiming. All animals impounded at the veterinary clinic shall be kept, with humane treatment and sufficient food and water for their comfort, at least five (5) regular business days, unless sooner reclaimed by the owner or keeper as provided by this Section. In case the owner or keeper shall desire to reclaim the animal from the veterinary clinic, the following shall be required, unless otherwise provided for in this code:
(a) Presentation of a Release Permit. [See subsection herein].
(b) Payment of maintenance costs provided by the veterinary clinic for each day or any part of a day the animal is in said pound.
(c) Written proof that all shots are current. If proof is not provided, the appropriate vaccinations must be administered and paid for prior to the release of the animal. Unclaimed Animals. At the expiration of five (5) regular business days from the time any animal is impounded for any reason other than biting, if the animal has not been reclaimed in accordance with the provisions of this Section, an officer of the Lester Prairie Police Department may let any person claim the animal by complying with all provisions in this Section, or the officer may cause the animal to be destroyed in a proper and humane manner and shall properly dispose of the remains. The owner or keeper shall remain liable for not only the destruction and disposal costs, but also all maintenance costs from the date of impounding until the date the unclaimed animal is destroyed. Special Handling of Biting Animals.
(a) Reporting. When a dog, cat or other animal has bitten a person or another animal, and either the skin is punctured or the services of a doctor are required, the incident must be reported within 24 hours to the Lester Prairie Police Department by the owner or keeper of the animal or by the person bitten.
(b) Confinement. Any animal that has not been inoculated by a live modified rabies vaccine and which has bitten any person, wherein the skin has been punctured or the services of a doctor are required, shall be confined at the Lester Prairie Veterinary Clinic for a period of not less than fourteen (14) days, at the expense of the owner or keeper. The animal may be released at the end of such time if healthy and free from symptoms of rabies and satisfaction of the reclaiming provisions specified at subsection herein. If the animal is not claimed within 24 (twenty-four) hours after the period of confinement, the animal will be deemed an “unclaimed animal” and may be destroyed in accordance with subsection herein. If the owner or keeper of the animal elects, upon receipt of notice of need for such confinement, to voluntarily and immediately confine the animal for the required period of time in a veterinary hospital of the owner’s choosing, not outside of McLeod County, and to provide immediate proof of such confinement in such manner as may be required by the City, the owner or keeper may do so.
If the animal has been inoculated with a live modified rabies vaccine and the owner or keeper has proof of the vaccination by a certificate from a licensed veterinarian, the owner or keeper may confine the animal to the owner’s or keeper’s property for a period of not less than fourteen (14) days.
(c) Monitoring. Once an animal has bitten, the animal shall be monitored closely for other behavior symptoms. If behavior symptoms continue, the animal will be considered a Dangerous Animal under Section 7.1.10 herein and the animal must not be sold or transferred to another owner within the City limits without proper notification as required in Section
7.1.6 Nuisances Habitual Barking. It shall be unlawful for any person to keep or harbor a dog which habitually barks or cries. At Large. It shall be unlawful for any person who owns, harbors or keeps a dog or cat, or the parents or the guardians of any such person under eighteen (18) years of age, to allow such dog or cat to be at large. Any police officer, city employee or agent of the City may impound any dog or other animal found running at large. Dogs or cats on a leash and accompanied by a responsible person shall be permitted in streets or on public land unless the City has posted an area with signs reading “Dogs or Cats Prohibited”. Kennels. Because the keeping of more than a total of four cats/dogs the same premises are subject to great abuse, causing discomfort to persons in the area by way of smell, noise, hazard, and general aesthetic depreciation, the keeping of a total of four cats/dogs on the premises is hereby declared to be a nuisance. No person shall keep or maintain a kennel within the City unless a special use residential hobby kennel permit is obtained. Before such a permit will be granted, a public hearing must be held by the Lester Prairie Planning & Zoning Commission and all property owners living within a three hundred fifty-foot (350’) radius of the land on which the permit is to be granted must be notified of the date and time of the hearing. A special use kennel permit is subject to a yearly inspection by the Lester Prairie Police Department or a duly authorized agent. The Police Department, or duly authorized agent, may make unannounced inspections if reasonable cause exists that the permit is in violation. If a determination is made that the permit has been violated, the owner will have seven (7) days to cure the violation or will otherwise be subject to a fine of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per day for each day in non-compliance and/or revocation of the said permit. Damage to Property. It shall be unlawful for any owner to permit his/her dog or other animal to damage any lawn, garden, or other property. Any animal covered by this subdivision may be impounded as provided in this Section or a complaint may be issued by anyone aggrieved by an animal under this Section, against the owner of the animal for prosecution under this Section. Collection and disposal of animal feces. The owner of any animal or person having the custody or control of any animal shall be responsible for cleaning up any feces of the animal and disposing of such feces in a sanitary manner whether on their own property, on the property of others, or on approved public property. Any person violating this specific subsection shall be punishable by a fine of twenty dollars ($20.00). Any person who is found guilty of subsequent violations of this specific subsection shall be punished by a fine of no less than twenty-five dollars ($25.00).
7.1.7 Seizure of Animals. Any police officer or agent of the City may enter upon private property and seize and impound any animal provided that the following exist:
(a) There is an identified complainant, other than the police officer or agent of the City, making a contemporaneous complaint about the animal;
(b) The officer reasonably believes that the animal meets either the habitual barking dog criteria set out in subdivisions and; the criteria for basic care set out in subdivision 7.1.11; or the criteria for an at large animal set out in subdivision;
(c) The officer can demonstrate that there has been at least one previous complaint of habitual barking; inhumane treatment of the animal; or that the animal was at large at this address on a prior date;
(d) The officer has made a reasonable attempt to contact the owner of the property and those attempts have either failed or have been ignored;
(e) The seizure will not involve the forced entry into a private residence. Use of a passkey obtained from a property manager, landlord, innkeeper, or other authorized person to have such key shall not be considered unauthorized entry;
(f) No other less intrusive means is available to stop either the barking dog; the inhumane treatment of the animal; or the at large animal; and
(g) Written notice of the seizure is left in a conspicuous place if personal contact with the owner of the dog is not possible.
7.1.8 Diseased Animals Prohibition. No person shall keep or allow to be kept on his or her premises, or on premises occupied by them, nor permit to run at large in the City, any animal which is diseased. Confinement. Any animal reasonably suspected of being diseased and presenting a threat to the health and safety of the public, may be apprehended and confined in the pound by any person or police officer. A qualified veterinarian shall examine the animal. If the animal is found to be diseased in such a manner so as to be a danger to the health and safety of the City, the officer shall cause such animal to be painlessly destroyed and shall have the remains properly disposed. The owner or keeper of the animal destroyed under this Section shall be liable for a fine of Seventy-five dollars ($75.00) plus the cost of maintaining and disposing of the animal as well as the costs of any veterinarian examinations and testing. Release. If upon examination it is determined that the animal is not diseased, the animal shall be released to the owner or keeper upon payment of the examination fee, maintenance costs incurred at the veterinary clinic, and proof that the necessary shots are current as provided at subsection herein.
7.1.9 Attack by an Animal Preventing. It shall be unlawful for an owner to fail to restrain an animal from inflicting or attempting to inflict bodily injury to any person or other animal(s) whether or not the owner is present. Violation of this section shall be deemed a misdemeanor. This section shall not apply to an attack by a dog under the control of an on-duty law enforcement officer or to an attack upon an uninvited intruder who has entered the owner’s home with criminal intent. Stopping. If any police officer or agent of the City is witness to an attack by an animal upon a person or another animal, the officer may take whatever means the officer deems appropriate to bring the attack to an end and prevent further injury to the victim, including if necessary, the immediate destruction of the animal Reporting. An attack by an animal must be reported to the Lester Prairie Police Department within twenty-four (24) hours by the owner, the person bitten or a citizen that actually witnessed the incident. The Police Department must retain records of all incidents reported for future documentation.
7.1.10 Dangerous Animals Procedure: Dangerous and potentially dangerous dogs. Dogs which have been determined to be dangerous or potentially dangerous shall be dealt with according to MN Statute 347.50 to 347.55. Procedure: Dangerous animals other than dogs. Animals, other than dogs, that have been determined to be dangerous as provided herein, shall be dealt with in the following manner:
(a) At least one (1) owner or keeper of the animal shall be notified in writing or in person that the animal has been deemed a “dangerous animal” and that the animal will be seized for destruction or the owner(s) shall take such other precautions and protective measures as are deemed proper and ordered by either the City Council or the City’s police department.
Protective measures that the City or Police Department may order include but are not limited to:
(i) That the owner provides and maintain a proper enclosure for the dangerous animal as specified in section;
(ii) That signs be posted at the front and rear of the premises with clearly visible warnings, including a warning symbol to inform children, that there is a dangerous animal on the property;
(iii) That the owner provides and show proof, annually, of homeowner’s liability insurance in the minimum amount of three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000.00) which affords coverage for the specific risk of harm that could result from harboring or keeping a dangerous animal;
(iv) That if the animal is outside the proper enclosure, the
animal must be muzzled and restrained by a substantial chain or leash (not to exceed six (6) feet in length) and under the physical restraint of a person sixteen (16) years of age or older. The muzzle must be of such design as to prevent the animal from biting any person or other animal, but will not cause injury to the animal or interfere with its vision or respiration;
(vi) That the owner provides and show proof, annually that the animal is properly vaccinated for rabies.
(b) The owner or keeper shall be given fourteen (14) days to appeal said order by requesting a hearing before the Lester Prairie City Council for a review of this determination.
(i) If no appeal is filed, the destruction of the animal or immediate implementation of the precautionary measures ordered shall occur.
(ii) If an owner requests a hearing for determination as 7.1.12 Breeding Moratorium. Every female dog or female cat in heat shall be to the dangerous nature of the animal, the hearing shall be held before the Lester Prairie City Council, who shall set a date for hearing not more than three (3) weeks after demand for said hearing. The police department’s records regarding the animal, if any, shall be admissible for consideration by the City Council without further foundation. After considering all evidence pertaining to the temperament of the animal, the City Council shall make such order as it deems proper. The City Council may order that the police department take the animal into custody for destruction, if such animal is not currently in custody. If the animal is ordered into custody for destruction, the owner shall immediately make the animal available to the police department and failure to do so shall constitute a misdemeanor.
(c) Any person who harbors an animal after it has been found by the police department to be dangerous and ordered into custody for destruction shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. Notification of New Address. The owner of a dog or other animal which has been identified as dangerous or potentially dangerous must notify the local police department in writing if the animal is to be relocated from its current address or given or sold to another person. The notification must be given in writing at least fourteen (14) days prior to the relocation or transfer of ownership. The notification must include the current owner’s name and address, the relocation address, and the name of the new owner, if any. If the animal remains within the city limits, the City Clerk-Treasurer’s Office is to send a letter to all property owners within three hundred fifty-foot (350’) radius of the relocation address to notify them of a dangerous or potentially dangerous animal.
7.1.11 Basic Care. All animals shall receive from their owners or keepers, kind treatment, housing in the winter, shade in the summer and sufficient food and water for their comfort. Any person not treating their pet in such a humane manner will be guilty of a misdemeanor. confined in a building or other enclosure in such manner that it cannot come in contact with another dog or cat, except for planned breeding.
7.1.13 Enforcing Officer. The City Council is hereby authorized to appoint any police officer(s) or an agent of the City, to enforce the provisions of this Section. In the officer’s, or agent’s duty of enforcing the provisions of this Section, he or she may from time to time, with the consent of the Council, designate certain assistants.
7.1.14 Pound. The City Council has designated the Lester Prairie Veterinary Clinic as the official pound to which animals found in violation of this chapter shall be taken for safe treatment, and if necessary, for destruction.
7.1.15 Interference with Officers. No person shall in any manner molest, hinder, or interfere with any person authorized by the Council to capture dogs, cats or other animals and convey them to the pound while engaged in such operation. Nor shall any unauthorized person break the open the pound, or attempt to do so, or take or attempt to take from any agent any animal taken up by him or her in compliance with this Section, or in any other manner to interfere with or hinder such officer in the discharge of his or her duties under this Section.
7.1.16 Violations and Penalties. Misdemeanor. Unless specifically designated otherwise, any violation of the provisions of this Section shall constitute a misdemeanor. Separate Offenses. Each day a violation of Section 7.1 is committed or permitted to continue shall constitute a separate offense and shall be punishable as such as provided for under Section 7.1.
(Source: Ordinance No. 217 adopted September 10, 2001, and repealing Ordinance No. 111, 159, 180 and 192 in their entirety)
Section 2: This ordinance shall be in force and effect form and after its passage and publication which may be accomplished in summary form.
Adopted this 13th day of April, 2021.
/s/ Chris Mike, Its Mayor
/s/ Doris Lundin, Its City Clerk .
Published in the Herald Journal, April 23, 2021.

Howard Lake 2020 drinking water report

See Howard Lake 2020 drinking water report

Lester Prairie drama presents comedy play April 23, 24

Lester Prairie Drama presents
the comedy “Let Him Sleep ’til its Time for His Funeral”
with performances at 7 p.m. Friday, April 23, and Saturday, April 24.

Pre-registration and payment for admission is required by 3:30  p.m. Friday, April 23.
To pre-register, email Taylor Bayerl ( or Ms. Wolff (
Tickets cost $5 each.
Lester Prairie students in grades 7 through 12 may attend one performance at no charge.

Lester Prairie school bulletin Wednesday, April 21

Lester Prairie School Bulletin

April 21, 2021



Today’s Menu: Sloppy Joe on a Bun or Fish on a Bun, Carrot Sticks, Applesauce, Milk

Tomorrow’s Menu:  Chicken Alfredo with Pasta and Bread or Tuna Salad Sandwich, Lettuce Salad, Pears, Milk



Important Notes and Reminders

The Foundation for Education would like to thank everyone who helped to make the Bulldog Bash such a big success this past weekend!  Whether you donated an item, attended the Bash in person or online, or offered help in any way, we thank you for your generosity and support!  We are proud to be part of the Bulldog community!

Lester Prairie Drama presents the comedy “Let Him Sleep ’til its Time for His Funeral” with performances at 7:00 PM Friday and Saturday. Admission is $5. Since there will not be a school performance, 7-12th grade students may attend one performance at no charge. Pre-registration and payment for admission is required by 3:30 PM Friday for all spectators. To pre-register, please email Taylor Bayerl ( or Ms. Wolff (

Mid-quarter grade checks will take place on Tuesday, May 4. Students in extracurricular activities must be passing all of their classes to maintain their eligibility to continue participating.

The Title I and ESL Programs will be hosting a Family Bingo Night on Thursday, May 13, 2021, from 5:00-6:30 P.M. in the Lester Prairie School Library. Come learn about the Title I program and win some great prizes. Masks are required to be in the school building. If you have any questions please contact Derek Litzau at

“The Lester Prairie Royalty Program is now taking applications for the Junior and Senior ambassadors for the 2021-2022 reign.Senior candidates must be between the ages 17-21 and Junior candidates must be between grades 5th-8th.  If you have any questions, you can reach out to one of our current ambassadors Taylor Bayerl, Shelbea Schuette, Amelia Meyer, and Mallorie Torry.  If you are interested in having fun, making new friends, and representing our amazing community please message the Lester Prairie Royalty facebook page or email us at”

Ms. Stender is missing pictures from the following students: Laura, Garrett, Wyatt, Shem, Kelli, Adrian, Emily, Daniel, Kaisa, Brian, Ricky, Jason and Adreanna. Get the pictures into me ASAP. If you did not have your pictures taken by a photographer, contact Ms. Stender.

All students will be dismissed every Friday at 11:40 until further notice due to the Executive Order by the Governor.



Activities and Sports:

There will be a grades 8-11 Football meeting in Mr. Scoblics shop this coming Monday, April 26 at 8:00am. Please be on time. There are a lot of exciting things to discuss.    Also, be sure to check your FB Google Classroom for notices and future updates.

Thu 4/22 – Track participants are dismissed at 2:15 for their meet at Maple Lake. The bus will leave from the elementary side at 2:30.

Thu 4/22 – JH Baseball players are dismissed at 2:30 for their games at Belle Plaine. The bus will leave from the elementary side at 2:45. Players should be dressed for their games before leaving.

Fri 4/23 – V/JV Softball will leave at 2:10 from the elementary side for their games at Spectrum

Fri 4/23 – JH Baseball will leave at 2:40 from the elementary side for their games at LeSueur-Henderson.

Sat 4/24 – V/JV Baseball will leave from the high school side at 1:15 for their games at Spectrum

Any current 6th-11th grade girls interested in playing Soccer:  Starting on June 7th and 9th our girls’ soccer program will be starting our summer training sessions at the Mayer Lutheran practice fields from 8:30-10am.  These will run every Monday and Wednesday all of June and July (except July 5th and 7th).The purpose of these days will be to learn new skills, practice together as a team, and improve our conditioning, strength, agility, and speed.  These workouts are not mandatory but are simply an opportunity for girls going into grades 7-12 who are interested in playing soccer through our Mayer Lutheran/NYA/Lester Prairie Co-Op to get together and train for the upcoming season.  If you have any questions or are interested in play during the fall (grades 7-12 Jv and Varsity) with our team, please email the head coach at:  Any cancellations due to weather will be notified via our Team Snap app.



Wednesday, April 21

3:30 – 5 pm    Baseball – Practice 9-12    LP Municipal Field

3:30 – 5 pm    Baseball – Practice JH    LP Bulldog Field

3:30 – 5 pm    Softball Practice V/JV    LP Lions Field

3:30 – 5 pm    Track Practice    LP HS Practice Field

5:45 – 6:45 pm    CE – Soccer Practice (k-1 Maroon & Gold)    LP HS Practice Field

Holy Trinity school bulletin Wednesday, April 21

High School Daily Bulletin – Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Day 134


Lunch for Today:  Hamburgers/Ben, Potato Smiles, Peas, Mixed Fruit

Alternate: Pizza Bento Box

8th period study hall and Spanish II will go to the cafeteria today.

There will be a yearbook meeting this Friday during lunch in Room  107.

3:30 – Track, Golf, Jr. High SB and Jr. High BB practices at Howard Lake


Mayer City Council vacancy

The City of Mayer is accepting letters of interest from residents interested in being appointed to fill the remaining term of a vacant City Council member position.
The vacancy was created when former Council Member Erick Boder put in his resignation that was approved by City Council on April 12, 2021. This City Council position term expires December 31, 2022. The City Council may appoint any person who is eligible for election to the office of City Council. Generally, to be eligible a person must be a U.S. citizen, a resident of the city for at least 30 days, and at least 21 years old.
The City Council is the legislative and policy making body for the city government. The mayor is elected for two years and the four City Council members are elected to alternating four-year terms. The mission of the City of Mayer is to welcome new residents and businesses, provide the resource, opportunity, and environment necessary for growth, manage the City in a responsible manner and maintain a friendly, small town atmosphere.
Interested residents should submit a letter of interest no later than Friday, April 30, 2021. Letters of interest must be received no later than 4:30 p.m. at the Office of the City Administrator at 413 Bluejay Avenue, Mayer, MN 55360.
The City Council will act on filling the vacancy during its May 10, 2021 meeting. All interested applicants are encouraged to attend this meeting to provide a statement as to why they should be selected to fill the vacancy.
Published in the Herald Journal, April 23, 2021.