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Request for bids: benefit consulting services

Wright County Community Action
NOTICE FOR 2021
Request for Proposals (RFP)
for Benefits Consulting Services
WCCA will evaluate all proposals based on the following criteria.  To ensure consideration for this Request for Proposal, your proposal should be complete and include all of the following criteria:
·  Overall proposal suitability: proposed solution(s) must meet the needs included herein and be presented in a clear and organized manner.
·  Organizational Experience: Bidders will be evaluated on their experience as it pertains to this project.
·  Value and cost: Bidders will be evaluated on the cost of their solution(s) based on the work to be performed in accordance with this project.
· Technical expertise and experience: Bidders must provide descriptions and documentation of staff technical expertise and experience.
Each bidder must submit their proposal and completed RFP (upon request), by 5:00pm on February 1, 2021, to:
Wright County Community Action
Attn: Human Resources
130 West Division Street
Maple Lake, MN 55358
Or Email HR at: jliebeck@wccaweb.com
Published in the Herald Journal, Dec. 4 and 11, 2020.

Wright County notice: proposed making auditor-treasurer appointed position

WRIGHT COUNTY
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO
ADOPT A RESOLUTION
MAKING THE OFFICE OF COUNTY
AUDITOR-TREASURER APPOINTED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Wright County Board of Commissioners, during its regular meeting on December 15, 2020 at 9:00 A.M. it intends to consider a resolution, authorized pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Sections 375A.10, subdivision 5 and Section 375A.1205, that if approved would make the office of the Wright County Auditor-Treasurer an appointed position, by and through the process set forth by statute, by approving the County Board entering into a contract between the County Board of Commissioners and the incumbent Auditor-Treasurer to make such position appointive.  Said resolution will provide that the incumbent Auditor-Treasurer will be appointed to the position and retain tenure, pay and benefits equal to or greater than length of service.   The resolution, if approved, would take effect 30 days after adopted by the County Board of Commissioners.  Once in effect, the duties, functions and responsibilities that had been performed by the elected Auditor-Treasurer will be vested in and performed by the County Board of Commissioners, pursuant to whatever consolidation, reorganization, and delegation of such duties it deems reasonable and prudent in the operation of the County.
This consideration and discussion will take place in the Commissioners’ Board Room at the Wright County Government Center, Buffalo, Minnesota.
Interpreter Services for the hearing impaired will be provided upon written request.
Lee R. Kelly
County Administrator
Published in the Herald Journal, Dec. 4 and 11, 2020.

Winsted Truth in Taxation hearing

Notice of Public Hearing
Truth In Taxation
The City of Winsted Council will hold a Public Hearing on its Budget and the amount of Property Taxes it is proposing to collect to pay for the costs of services the City of Winsted will provide for Fiscal Year 2021.
Attend the Public Hearing
All residents of the City of Winsted, McLeod County, Minnesota are invited to attend the Public Hearing of the City Council to express their opinions on the Budget and on the proposed amount of the year 2021 Property Taxes on:
Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.
City of Winsted Council Chambers
201 – 1st Street North
Winsted, Minnesota 55395
Respectfully Submitted,
Raquel Kirchoff
City Clerk-Treasurer
Published in the Herald Journal, Nov. 27, 2020.

Wright County abandoned property notice

WRIGHT COUNGY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
ABANDONED PROPERTY NOTICE
The Wright County Sheriffs office has the following Items in their possession:
Wallet, purse, kitchen knife, suitcases, scanner, canvas, keys, Apple iPhone, sunglasses, baseball cap, snake skin bag, shoes, binoculars, Vortex Optics ranger, compound bow, BB gun, cordless drill, RCA projector, ‘03 Chevrolet Silverado, ‘06 Nissan Altlma, ‘07 Echarm 150 scooter, ‘03 Buick Park Avenue, ‘03 Acura 32Tl, ‘10 Kia Forte, ‘93 Chevrolet Blazer, 10-12 foot enclosed trailer, Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle, ‘03 Buick Century.
The Wright County Sheriff’s Office may have property belonging to the following people:
Michael Lundgren, Dawn Moore, Ernest Folley, Chelsie Schwartz, Justin Westphal, Ayana Denny, Wessley Miller, Kristopher Kurth, Kathleen Carpentier, Dustyn Bruch, Scott Milbradt, Garrett Wilson, Clinton Lumley, Shannon Dahlheimer, Jacob Thielman, Kevin Varner, Dale Goodpaster, Dominick Grangroth, Jeremy Denault, Stephen Wittrock, Eric Smith-Elletson, Travis Theisen, Kolton Neely, Alexis Foley, Anthony Trambles, Richard Penaz, Mohamud Ahmed, Andrew Wanstall, Alejandro Veia, Cynthia Moore, Tina Mauersbauer, Shannon Caughey, Casey Knute, Jonathan Emerson.
If you believe any of this property belongs to you, please call 763-684-2363 or 763-682-7680 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, Nov. 27, 2020.

Wright County public hearing: proposed zoning ordinance amendment

WRIGHT COUNTY
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND THE WRIGHT COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES RELATING TO CHAPTER 155 ZONING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Wright County Planning Commission on Thursday, December 10, 2020, at 1:00 P.M., will hold a public hearing to consider amending the Wright County Code of Ordinances. The amendment has been assigned number 20-1. This consideration and discussion will take place in the Commissioners’ Board Room at the Wright County Government Center, Buffalo, Minnesota.
The Wright County Planning Commission will be reviewing and discussing proposed amendment to the Wright County Code of Ordinances. Proposed is to add a definition 155.003(165A), add a conditional use permit, “Treatment and Recovery Facility” under Section 155.048 AG General Agriculture and add Section 155.111 Performance Standards, Title XV, Chapter 155, Land Usage of the Wright County Code of Ordinances. The proposed ordinance will create a conditional use for treatment and recovery centers and outline the performance standards required for the use.
The proposed ordinance can be reviewed in person in the Wright County Planning and Zoning Office in the Wright County Government Center.
In response to COVID-19, and pursuant to Minnesota Statute Chapter 12 relating to Emergency Management, Governor Walz has declared a state of emergency.  In response to the state of emergency and in accordance with Minnesota Statute Chapter 13D.021, Planning Commission members and the public may participate in person, by telephone, or other electronic means. In person public attendance and comments will not be allowed, to conform with MDH and CDC guidelines to minimize gatherings. The meeting will be broadcast live on the Wright County YouTube channel. Written comments must be submitted to Wright County Planning and Zoning, 10 2 nd Street N.W., Room 140, Buffalo, MN 55313. All comments received by at 4:00 p.m. December 9, 2020 will receive full consideration by the Wright County Planning Commission.
Person who want to attend the public hearing remotely can visit the Wright County Planning Commission website at http://www.co.wright.mn.us/333/Planning-Commission the week of the meeting for the link to the video and further instructions on how to participate.
Interpreter Services for the hearing impaired will be provided upon written request.
Lee R. Kelly
County Administrator
Published in the Herald Journal, Nov. 27, 2020

Wright County public hearing: Preusse rezoning, Maple Lake Twp.

N O T I C E   O F   P U B L I C   H E A R I N G
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Thursday, December 10, 2020  at 1:00 p.m.  the Wright County Planning Commission will hold a hearing in the County Commissioner’s Board Room at the Wright County Government Center, in the City of Buffalo, Minnesota to consider the following item:
JAMES H. PREUSSE
LOCATION:   CR 106 & Acacia Avenue NE – Part Gov’t Lots 5 & 7; also S 5/8 of E ¼ of NW ¼; all in Section 19, Township 121, Range 25, Wright County, MN. (Maple Lake Twp.) Tax #213-100-192400 & -193100  Property owners:  Vaughn Veit, Kelly Johnson Veit & Maple Cerro, LLC
Petitions to rezone approximately 104.2 acres from AG General Agriculture and part S-2 Residential-Recreational Shorelands to A/R Agricultural-Residential (10 acre minimum) and part S-2 and a Conditional Use Permit for an unplatted nine-lot residential subdivision  as regulated in Section 155.028, 155.029, 155.047 & 155.057, Chapter 155, of Title XV Land Usage of the Wright County Code of Ordinances & Wright County Subdivision Regulations.
In response to COVID-19, and pursuant to Minnesota Statute Chapter 12 relating to Emergency Management, Governor Walz has declared a state of emergency.  In response to the state of emergency and in accordance with Minnesota Statute Chapter 13D.021, Planning Commission members and the applicant may participate in person, by telephone, or other electronic means.  The meeting will be held at the Wright County Board Room located at 10 2nd St. NW, Buffalo, MN  55313.  In person public attendance and comments will not be allowed, to conform with MDH and CDC guidelines to minimize gatherings.  The meeting will be broadcast live on the Wright County YouTube channel.  Please visit the Wright County Planning Commission website at http://www.co.wright.mn.us/333/Planning-Commission the week of the meeting for the link to the video and further instructions on how to participate.
You may submit written testimony by emailing Sean Riley at sean.riley@co.wright.mn.us by 4:30 pm, Wednesday, December 9th.  Written testimony may also be provided and mailed to:  Wright County Planning and Zoning, 10 2nd St. NW, Room 140, Buffalo, MN  55313-1185.
WRIGHT COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING
OFFICE
WRIGHT COUNTY GOVERNMENT
CENTER
102nd STREET NW  RM 140
BUFFALO MINNESOTA  55313-1185
PHONE:  (763) 682‑7338
This meeting is subject to change. Please visit the Wright County Planning Commission webpage or sign up for automatic updates for this.
Published in the Herald Journal, Nov. 27, 2020.