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Watertown-Mayer School Board minutes 3/20/23

WATERTOWN, MINNESOTA 55388 Regular Meeting
March 20, 2023
I. The regular meeting of the Watertown-Mayer School Board in the Watertown City Hall on Monday, March 20, 2023 was called to order at 6:01 PM by Chair Hunter Feldt. Board members present: Feldt, Burns, Schultz, Guetzkow, Neaton and Onell.
Board members absent: Danielson. Administrative team members present: Superintendent Schuler, HS Principal Hennen, MS Principal Guertin, ES Principal O’Connell, SPED Director Gronseth, CE Director Dimmler, Director of Teaching & Learning Vieau, and Activities Director Szymanski. Absent: None.
II. Visitor requests and consideration of the agenda. Visitor MMS (Motion made and Seconded by) Guetzkow and Onell to approve the agenda as presented. Passes 6-0.
III. Consent Agenda
MMS Burns and Schulz to approve the following consent agenda items: Regular Board Meeting of January 23, 2023; Personnel Consent Agenda; Business Consent Agenda. Passes: Ayes-Feldt, Burns, Schulz, Guetzkow, Neaton; Nays None; Abstain-Onell (conflict of interest).
IV. Recognitions/ Presentations/ Showcase:
-Activities Director Szymanski introduced Lyndsey Penegor as an ExCEL Finalist for the state of Minnesota, and introduced Mickal Erickson as the Section 5A Assistant Coach of the Year.
-Kurt Becker and Bill McDonald introduced their state participants: Joel Friederichs, Titan Friederichs, Kaleb Mead, Jonah Hamberger, Bryce Burkett, Ian Burau
-Lori Sieling, Sara Soley and Pat Neaton introduced their state participants: Julia Otto, Logan Bimberg, Morgen Juncewski, Kennedy Olson, Bennett Meyer, Riley Delaney, Nora Delaney, Eliza Rowan, Cate Drahos, Ella Hunkins
-Mr. Szymanski introduced the BPA state participants as well as those advancing to Nationals: Caleb Barnhart, Logan Bimberg, Claire Brandenburg, Eric Costello, Jonah Hamberger, Ava Heun, Jack Jewison, Justin Kind, Lyndsey Penegor, Jacob Rowan, and Albert Rundell
-Steve Hangartner introduced the members of the state team and individual competitors: Desi Bergstrom, Reagan Kelley, Julia Kolb, Payton Hecksel, Maggie McCabe, Maddie Sanders, Kate Gilmore, Evelyn Mielke, Helle Anthony, Grace McCabe, Hadassa Gonzalez, Kallie Jackson; Managers: Ella Baumann, Libby Burns, Alaina Burns, Norah Kelley
-Tammy Diehn presented to the board the 2 B Continued Mental Health mission, philosophy and evidence-based curriculum they have been presenting here at Watertown-Mayer Public Schools. Noted was the participation and positive response to Mental Health First Aid by our WM HS Staff.
V. Action Items -
A. MMS Burns and Guetzkow to approve the Resolution Accepting Donations. Passes 6-0.
B. MMS Schulz and Feldt to approve the first and only read of Policy 301, 302, 303 ,304, 305, and 306. Passes 6-0.
C. MMS Feldt and Neaton to approve the Watertown-Mayer Facilities Handbook. Passes 6-0.
VI. Review/ Information Items -
A. ICS Representative Chris Vogel presented project updates. He noted that Chris Rear will be taking over and seeing the project through to completion as his last day with ICS is Friday, March 24, 2023.
B. Superintendent Schuler presented to the board the request by SEIU Local 284 to start the negotiation process for both the Food Service and Maintenance/ Custodial Staff.
VII. Administrative Reports -
HS Principal Hennen, MS Principal Guertin, ES Principal O’Connell, CE Director Dimmler, Activities Director Szymanski, and Superintendent Schuler gave verbal administrative reports.
VIII. Board Member Reports or open comments by School Board Directors -
Vice Chair Burns and Chair Feldt gave verbal updates regarding their recent committee meetings.
IX. MMS by Burns and Guetzkow to adjourn the meeting at 7:22 PM and is duly passed.
**NOTE: These published meeting minutes are only a summary. Full text is available for public inspection at the Watertown-Mayer District Offices or via the Watertown-Mayer School website:
Published in the Herald Journal, May 12, 2023. |

Winsted Township dust control

Winsted Township
Dust Control Notice
If a Winsted township resident applies dust control to the township road in front of their residents or business. The following items must be completed by June 1st 2023 to prevent the township from grading through your dust control.
The township does hold the right to grade dust control for safety purposes if they feel needed.
1. Have marked with 3’-0” minimum visible flags/markers on both ends of the application area on your property side of the road.
2. You also must contact via phone one of the three Winsted township supervisors. To notify them of your address and area of dust control application.
Tony Hausladen 320-485-2856
Brian Anderson 320-395-2806
Dustin Meredith 612-402-0902
Thanks for your cooperation
Published in the Herald Journal, May 12 and 19, 2023. |

Wright Technical Center board minutes 4/4/23

School District 966
The meeting of the Governing Board of Wright Technical Center, School District 966, was held on Tuesday April 4, 2023 at 1405 3rd Ave. NE, Buffalo, Minnesota 55313.
Members Present: Mealey, Steffens, Carlson, Curtis, Sixberry, Buffalo Alternate Sansevere.
Others Present: Brian Koslofsky-Executive Director, Shaun Karson-Principal, Anh Glewwe-Business Manager, Dana Watters-Administrative Assistant, Russell Pearson-American Federation of Teachers.
The meeting was called to order by Member Mealey at 6:31 p.m. followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
Agenda Review
On motion by Member Sixberry, second by Member Steffens, the agenda was approved as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
Consent Agenda
On motion by Member Carlson, second by Member Curtis, the consent agenda was approved as presented. 5.1 March 7 regular meeting, 5.2 Bills for payment, 5.3 Acceptance of teacher resignation, 5.4 Approval of long term substitute, 5.5 Acceptance of teacher resignation.
Financial Report
Business Manager Glewwe reported on the current finances. On motion by Member Sixberry, second by Member Curtis, the financial report was approved as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
Principal and Director’s Report
Principal Karson and Director Koslofsky discussed WTC pre-registration enrollment, school truck repairs needed and the April 17 Open House.
Executive Report
Member Steffens reported on the restructuring of the Director’s evaluation procedures for 2023-2024.
New Business
On motion by Member Sixberry, second by Member Curtis to approve the Resolution in Support of the Legislation for Wright Technical Center Capital Improvements. Motion carried by unanimous vote. The Roll Call vote: Alternate Sansevere, yes, Carlson, yes, Steffens, yes, Curtis, yes, Sixberry, yes, Mealey, yes. Resolution passed.
On motion by Member Sixberry, second by Member Carlson to approve the internet agreement with ECMECC. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
On motion by Member Sixberry, second by Member Curtis to table the Option B repairs to the school truck. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
On motion by Member Steffens, second by Alternate Sansevere, for adjournment. Motion carried by unanimous vote. Meeting was adjourned at 8:13p.m.
Published in the Herald Journal, May 12, 2023. |

Assumed name: Mid Minnesota Auctions

Office of the Minnesota
Secretary of State
Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 333
Certificate of Assumed Name
Work Item 1384829000035
Original File Number 1384829000035
The filing of an assumed name does not provide a user with exclusive rights to that name. The filing is required for consumer protection in order to enable customers to be able to identify the true owner of a business
Mid Minnesota Auctions, LLC
1129 Ives Ave. N. Glencoe, MN 55336
Name: Sarah Domoradzki
1129 Ives Ave. N. Glencoe, MN 55336
If you submit an attachment, it will be incorporated into this document. If the attachment conflicts with the information specifically set forth in this document, this document supersedes the data referenced in the attachment.
By typing my name, I, the undersigned, certify that I am signing this document as the person whose signature is required, or as agent of the person(s) whose signature would be required who has authorized me to sign this document on his/her behalf, or in both capacities. I further certify that I have completed all required fields, and that the information in this document is true and correct and in compliance with the applicable chapter of Minnesota Statutes. I understand that by signing this document I am subject to the penalties of perjury as set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had signed this document under oath.
SIGNED BY: Sarah Domoradzki
1129 Ives Ave. N. Glencoe, MN 55336
Date: 04/19/2023
/s/ Steve Simon
Secretary of State
State of Minnesota
Published in the Herald Journal, May 12 and 19 2023. |

Howard Lake ordinance summary: parking regulations

WHEREAS, as authorized by Minnesota Statutes, Section 412.191, subd. 4, the City Council has determined that publication of the title and summary of Ordinance No. 23-01 will clearly inform the public of the intent and effect of the Ordinance; and WHEREAS, a printed copy of the Ordinance is available for inspection during regular office hours in the office of the City of Howard Lake.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the following summary of Ordinance No. 23-01 is approved for publication: May 5, 2023
Published in the Herald Journal, May 5, 2023. |