Archive for Public Notices

Wright County unclaimed property notice

The Wright County Sheriff’s Office has the following unclaimed items in their possession: money, bicycle, cell phone, wallet, tent, backpack, drone, keys22016272, duffel bag, shotgun, gun case, ammo, pickle ball paddles, bb gun, enclosed trailer, 06 Ford Five Hundred, paddle boat, 2016 Chevrolet Sonic, Suzuki motorcycle, 91 Honda CBR 1000, 2016 Toyota Corolla, H & H trailer, blue foam matt, and a 72 Sea King boat.
The Wright County Sheriff’s Office may also have property belonging to the following people: Martin Gonzalez, Jesse Razink, Mathew Reedy, Thomas Correll, Markeis Roberts, Natasha Roberts, Tayon Onkuru, and David Nelson.
If you believe any of this property belongs to you please call 763-682-7680 or 763-684-2363 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Prior to release of any property proof of ownership will be required
Published in the Herald Journal, August 12, 2022. |

Victor Twp. solar ordinance meeeting

Solar ordinance meeting to be held August 18, 2022 at 8pm, to review proposed ordinance changes. Meeting will be held at Victor Town Hall.
Published in the Herald Journal, August 12, 2022. |

Victor Twp. public hearing

Public Hearing to be held for the Resolution to Vacate the Drainage and Utility Easement between Lots 8 & 9 in the County Estates Development. Hearing to be held September 12 at 7:30pm, Victor Township Hall.
Published in the Herald Journal, August 12 and August 19, 2022. |

Wright County Board minutes 7/26/22

WRIGHT TECHNICAL CENTER School District 966
The meeting of the Governing Board of Wright Technical Center, School District 966, was held on Tuesday June 7, 2022 at 1405 3rd Ave. NE, Buffalo, Minnesota 55313.
Members Present: Mealey, Steffens, Curtis, Lee, Benson, Sixberry, Gierke, HLWW Jeremy Peterson-Alternate.
Others Present: Brian Koslofsky-Executive Director, Shaun Karson-Principal, Anh Glewwe-Business Manager, Mary Pierce-Slocum, Craig Hagberg-American Federation of Teachers.
The meeting was called to order by Member Mealey at 6:36 p.m. followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
Agenda Review
On motion by Member Sixberry,, second by Member Curtis, the agenda was approved as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
Consent Agenda
On motion by Member Steffens, second by Member Lee, the consent agenda was approved as presented. 5.1 May 3 regular meeting, 5.2 Bills for Payment, 5.3 Approval of donation, 5.4 Approval of donation, 5.5 Approval of teaching contract for Work Based Learning Coordinator, 5.6 Approval of lease agreement for phone service, 5.7 Approval of 22-23 agreement with B-H-M Schools for Special Education Director, 5.8 Approval of 22-23 Lease agreement with MAWSECO.
Financial Report
Business Manager Glewwe reported on the current finances. On motion by Member Sixberry, second by Member Benson, the financial report was approved as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
● On motion by Member Lee, second by Member Curtis, to approve the FY23 Preliminary budget as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
● On motion by Member Benson, second by Member Sixberry, to approve the resolution for the Long Term Facility Maintenance Plan for 2023-2032 as presented, followed by discussion and vote. Motion carried by unanimous vote. The Roll Call vote: Benson, yes, Steffens, yes, Lee, yes, Curtis, yes, HLWW Alternate Jeremy Peterson, yes, Gierke, yes, Sixberry, yes, Mealey, yes. Resolution passed.
● On motion by Member Lee, second by Member Sixberry, to approve the expenditure request for General, Capital, Long Term Facility Maintenance and Perkins for 22-23 as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
Principal Report
Mr. Karson discussed the 2022-23 WTC registration, Student of the Quarter, program updates, Wright Academy enrollment, summer school, staffing, PBIS activities and meetings attended and upcoming.
Director’s Report
Director Koslofsky discussed the 22-23 Construction house, Federal Communications Commission, Internet Services, facility/finance updates, meetings attended and upcoming.
Finance Report
Member Lee reported that teacher negotiations will move to Mediation.
New Business
● On motion by Member Steffens, second by Member Benson, to approve the resolution of termination of licensed teacher as presented, followed by discussion and vote. Motion carried by unanimous vote. The Roll Call vote: Benson, yes, Steffens, yes, Lee, yes, Curtis, yes, HLWW Alternate Peterson, yes, Gierke, yes, Sixberry, yes, Mealey, yes. Resolution passed.
● On motion by Member Curtis, second by Member Lee, to approve the Director and Executive Committee to make necessary expenditure decisions in the absence of a July, 2022 Governing Board Meeting as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote. ● On motion by Chair Mealey, second by Steffens to approve the recess prior to entering into closed session at 7:24pm as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
● Closed session was called to order by Chair Mealey at 7:32pm. Director Koslofsky reviewed his evaluation with the board and left the meeting for the board to review in his absence. Director Koslofsky was called into the meeting at 8:20 for the board to share with him identified strengths and areas of growth.
● On motion by Member Steffens, second by Gierke, for adjournment. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Meeting was adjourned at 8:44p.m.
Published in the Herald Journal, August 12, 2022. |

WARRANTS FOR PUBLICATION
Warrants Approved For Payment
7/13/2022
DAVID R. CANTU 4,106.50
MN DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 216,003.25 1Payments less than 2000 5.00
Final Total: 220,114.75

Warrants Approved On 7/14/2022
For Payment 7/14/2022
ANOKA COUNTY CORRECTIONS 19,110.89 COMM OF MMB, TREAS DIV 40,058.54
DELL MARKETING LP 13,768.86
HOUSTON ENGINEERING INC 3,238.00
INTEGRIPRINT INC 2,561.33
INTERPROSE CORPORATION/THE 3,284.92 MINNESOTA REVENUE 9,047.50
MN COUNTIES COMPUTER COOPERATIVE
7,829.64
MN DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 4,505.00
OERTEL ARCHITECTS LTD 16,663.00
PRAIRIE LAKES YOUTH PROGRAMS 8,580.00
THOMSON REUTERS WEST PUBLISHING CORP
2,056.62
36 Payments less than 2000 11,210.02
Final Total: 141,914.32

Warrants Approved On 7/15/2022
For Payment 7/15/2022
AFSCME LOCAL 2685 3,937.17
AIG RETIREMENT COMPANY 8,206.92
HARTFORD 24,993.36
HEALTH PARTNERS 46,045.62
ING 13,420.30
LOCAL 320 4,111.00
MG TRUST COMPANY 3,765.00
MN BENEFIT ASSOCIATION 2,341.56
MN CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT CENTER
3,253.50
NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT SOLUTIONS
4,482.30
PUBLIC EMP RETIREMENT ASSN 411,702.96 WRIGHT CO CAFETERIA PLAN 30,993.07
10 Payments less than 2000 6,248.92
Final Total: 563,501.68

Warrants Approved On 7/15/2022
For Payment 7/15/2022
ARAMARK SERVICES INC 15,639.00
BOYER TRUCK PARTS 394,955.14
BUREAU OF CRIMINAL APPREHENSION
5,240.00
FORMS & SYSTEMS OF MN 9,361.33
INSIDE OUTSIDE ARCHITECTURE, INC.
3,194.46
MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC 43,841.25
REPUBLIC SERVICES 891 2,609.52
RYAN CHRYSLER 2,007.70
TRUENORTH STEEL 27,136.00
TYLER TECHNOLOGIES INC 44,526.00
29 Payments less than 2000 13,983.79
Final Total: 562,494.19

Warrants Approved On 7/18/2022
For Payment 7/18/2022
CENTURYLINK 2,529.89
KNOW iNK LLC 10,420.00
MONTICELLO/CITY OF 3,613.00
OSI ENVIRONMENTAL INC 3,587.00
THE HOME DEPOT PRO 3,445.21
VERIZON WIRELESS SERVICES LLC 5,669.38
WM CORPORATE SERVICES, INC. 3,843.06
13 Payments less than 2000 3,993.98
Final Total: 37,101.52
Published in the Herald Journal, August 12, 2022.|

Wright Technical Center minutes 6/7/22

WRIGHT TECHNICAL CENTER School District 966
The meeting of the Governing Board of Wright Technical Center, School District 966, was held on Tuesday June 7, 2022 at 1405 3rd Ave. NE, Buffalo, Minnesota 55313.
Members Present: Mealey, Steffens, Curtis, Lee, Benson, Sixberry, Gierke, HLWW Jeremy Peterson-Alternate.
Others Present: Brian Koslofsky-Executive Director, Shaun Karson-Principal, Anh Glewwe-Business Manager, Mary Pierce-Slocum, Craig Hagberg-American Federation of Teachers.
The meeting was called to order by Member Mealey at 6:36 p.m. followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
Agenda Review
On motion by Member Sixberry,, second by Member Curtis, the agenda was approved as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
Consent Agenda
On motion by Member Steffens, second by Member Lee, the consent agenda was approved as presented. 5.1 May 3 regular meeting, 5.2 Bills for Payment, 5.3 Approval of donation, 5.4 Approval of donation, 5.5 Approval of teaching contract for Work Based Learning Coordinator, 5.6 Approval of lease agreement for phone service, 5.7 Approval of 22-23 agreement with B-H-M Schools for Special Education Director, 5.8 Approval of 22-23 Lease agreement with MAWSECO.
Financial Report
Business Manager Glewwe reported on the current finances. On motion by Member Sixberry, second by Member Benson, the financial report was approved as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
● On motion by Member Lee, second by Member Curtis, to approve the FY23 Preliminary budget as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
● On motion by Member Benson, second by Member Sixberry, to approve the resolution for the Long Term Facility Maintenance Plan for 2023-2032 as presented, followed by discussion and vote. Motion carried by unanimous vote. The Roll Call vote: Benson, yes, Steffens, yes, Lee, yes, Curtis, yes, HLWW Alternate Jeremy Peterson, yes, Gierke, yes, Sixberry, yes, Mealey, yes. Resolution passed.
● On motion by Member Lee, second by Member Sixberry, to approve the expenditure request for General, Capital, Long Term Facility Maintenance and Perkins for 22-23 as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
Principal Report
Mr. Karson discussed the 2022-23 WTC registration, Student of the Quarter, program updates, Wright Academy enrollment, summer school, staffing, PBIS activities and meetings attended and upcoming.
Director’s Report
Director Koslofsky discussed the 22-23 Construction house, Federal Communications Commission, Internet Services, facility/finance updates, meetings attended and upcoming.
Finance Report
Member Lee reported that teacher negotiations will move to Mediation.
New Business
● On motion by Member Steffens, second by Member Benson, to approve the resolution of termination of licensed teacher as presented, followed by discussion and vote. Motion carried by unanimous vote. The Roll Call vote: Benson, yes, Steffens, yes, Lee, yes, Curtis, yes, HLWW Alternate Peterson, yes, Gierke, yes, Sixberry, yes, Mealey, yes. Resolution passed.
● On motion by Member Curtis, second by Member Lee, to approve the Director and Executive Committee to make necessary expenditure decisions in the absence of a July, 2022 Governing Board Meeting as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote. ● On motion by Chair Mealey, second by Steffens to approve the recess prior to entering into closed session at 7:24pm as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
● Closed session was called to order by Chair Mealey at 7:32pm. Director Koslofsky reviewed his evaluation with the board and left the meeting for the board to review in his absence. Director Koslofsky was called into the meeting at 8:20 for the board to share with him identified strengths and areas of growth.
● On motion by Member Steffens, second by Gierke, for adjournment. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Meeting was adjourned at 8:44p.m.
Published in the Herald Journal, August 12, 2022. |

Bee probate notice

STATE OF MINNESOTA
COUNTY OF WRIGHT
TENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
DISTRICT COURT
PROBATE DIVISION
Court File No. 86-PR-22-3344
Estate of:
Debra Lee Bee, a.k.a.
Debra L. Bee, a.k.a.
Debra Bee,
Decedent
NOTICE OF INFORMAL APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS (INTESTATE)
Notice is given that an application for informal appointment of personal representative has been filed with
the Registrar. No will has been presented for probate. The application has been granted.
Notice is also given that the Registrar has informally appointed Nicholas R. Schwalbe, whose address is: 708 Willow Circle, Buffalo, Minnesota 55313, as Personal Representative of the Estate of the Decedent. Any heir or other interested person may be entitled to appointment as personal representative or may object to the appointment of the Personal Representative. Unless objections are filed with the Court (pursuant to Minnesota Statutes section 524.3-607) and the Court otherwise orders, the Personal Representative has full power to administer the Estate including, after 30 days from the date of issuance of letters, the power to sell, encumber, lease or distribute real estate.
Any objections to the appointment of the Personal Representative must be filed with this Court and will be heard by the Court after the filing of an appropriate petition and proper notice of hearing.
Notice is also given that (subject to Minnesota Statutes section 524.3-801) all creditors having claims against the Estate are required to present the claims to the Personal Representative or to the Court Administrator within four months after the date of this Notice or the claims will be barred.
Dated: August 4, 2022
/s/ Pamela Kreier
Registrar
Monica Tschumper
Court Administrator
Attorneys for Personal Representative
Paul A. Zimmer, Esq.
Katherine M. Henning, Esq.
Courey, Kosanda & Zimmer, P.A.
505 Highway 169 North, Suite 350
Minneapolis, MN 55441
Attorney License Nos: 0214188; 0399268
Telephone: (763) 398-0441
FAX: (763) 398-0062
Emails: pzimmer@ckzlawfirm.com; khenning@ckzlawfirm.com
Published in the Herald Journal, August 12 and August 19, 2022. |