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PUBLISH

(November 7, 14,

2017)

Notice Of Hearing On

Final Special Assess-

ment Roll

NOTICE IS HEREBY

given that the City

Council will hold a pub-

lic hearing on Tuesday,

November 21, 2017 at

5:00 p.m. at the Coun-

cil Chambers in City

Hall, 100 North Broad-

way in the City of New

Ulm, Minnesota, and

consider adoption of

the final special as-

sessment prepared by

the City Manager to

defray the cost of the

following improve-

ments:

Final Assessment

Roll For The

2016 Utility, Street

and Alley Improve-

ments – Group I

The improvements

constructed on this

project that are being

specially assessed at

this time are as fol-

lows:

2016 Utility, Street

and Alley Improve-

ments – Group I

1. Front Street from

8th North Street to 12th

North Street – Recon-

struction of the existing

water main, sanitary

sewer main, sewer and

water end services,

and reconstruction of

the existing roadway

section including ex-

cavation and replace-

ment of subgrade, ag-

gregate base, bitumi-

nous paving, pavement

subdrains, reconstruct

storm sewer inlet struc-

tures, concrete curb

and gutter, pedestrian

sidewalk ramps, con-

crete sidewalk infill

west side, street light-

ing and selective re-

placement of concrete

driveway pavement

and sidewalk.

2. Valley Street from

16th South Street to

20th South Street –

Reconstruction of the

existing water main

and reconstruction of

the existing roadway

surface including remo-

val of the existing bi-

tuminous pavement,

reshape of the existing

gravel base, repave

with six inches (6″) of

bituminous surfacing

and selective replace-

ment of concrete curb

and gutter.

3. Minnesota Street

from 13th South Street

to 16th South Street –

Reconstruction of the

existing roadway sec-

tion including excava-

tion and replacement

of subgrade, pavement

edge drains, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing, and selective re-

placement of concrete

curb and gutter and

concrete driveway

pavement.

4. Pfaender Drive,

Waraju Avenue, Hae-

berle Avenue,

Beinhorn Street and

the Alleys in Milford

Heights First Addition –

Sanitary sewer, water

main and storm sewer

extension, grading, ag-

gregate base, bitumi-

nous base, concrete

curb and gutter, con-

crete sidewalk, con-

crete driveway pave-

ment, bituminous sur-

facing, boulevard trees,

boulevard restoration

and street lighting.

5. Alley Block 67

South of Center Street

– Reconstruction of the

existing alley pave-

ment section including

grading, aggregate

base, bituminous sur-

facing, seven inch (7″)

concrete alley ap-

proach pavement, mis-

cellaneous removals

and restoration.

6. Alley Block 69

South of Center Street

– Reconstruction of the

existing alley pave-

ment section including

grading, aggregate

base, bituminous sur-

facing, seven inch (7″)

concrete alley ap-

proach pavement, mis-

cellaneous removals

and restoration.

7. Alley Block 70

South of Center Street

– Reconstruction of the

existing alley pave-

ment section including

grading, aggregate

base, bituminous sur-

facing, seven inch (7″)

concrete alley ap-

proach pavement, mis-

cellaneous removals

and restoration.

8. Alley Block 71

South of Center Street

– Reconstruction of the

existing alley pave-

ment section including

grading, aggregate

base, bituminous sur-

facing, seven inch (7″)

concrete alley ap-

proach pavement, mis-

cellaneous removals

and restoration.

9. Alley Block 72

South of Center Street

– Reconstruction of the

existing alley pave-

ment section including

grading, aggregate

base, bituminous sur-

facing, seven inch (7″)

concrete alley ap-

proach pavement, mis-

cellaneous removals

and restoration.

10. Alley Block 105

South of Center Street

– Reconstruction of the

existing east/west alley

pavement section in-

cluding grading, aggre-

gate base, bituminous

surfacing, seven inch

(7″) concrete alley ap-

proach pavement, mis-

cellaneous removals

and restoration.

11. Alley Block 109

South of Center Street

– Reconstruction of the

existing alley pave-

ment section including

grading, aggregate

base, bituminous sur-

facing, seven inch (7″)

concrete alley ap-

proach pavement, mis-

cellaneous removals

and restoration.

12. Sidewalk Im-

provements – Un-

completed four inch

(4″) concrete sidewalk

ordered in June 2,

2015 by City Council

resolution, pedestrian

ramps and seven inch

(7″) concrete driveway

pavement on 20th

South Street from

Bridge Street through

Spring Street – un-

completed south side

and selected recon-

struction north side.

2016 Utility, Street and

Alley

Improvement – Group I

Cost Summary

Total Cost

$3,202,050.44

Amount Proposed

To Be Assessed

$1,368,235.87

The proposed assess-

ment rolls are on file

for public inspection at

the City Finance

Director’s office.

Written or oral objec-

tions will be considered

at the public hearing.

No appeal may be tak-

en as to the amount of

an assessment unless

a signed, written objec-

tion is filed with the Fi-

nance Director prior to

the hearing or present-

ed to the presiding off-

icer at the hearing.

After the public hearing

the City Council may

adopt the proposed

special assessment

roll. You will have 30

days from the adoption

date to pay the entire

final special assess-

ment amount without

interest to the Brown

County

Auditor-Treasurer’s Of-

fice. After such time,

you may pay to the

County Auditor the en-

tire amount of the as-

sessment remaining

unpaid, plus the in-

terest accrued to De-

cember 31st of the

year in which such

payment is made.

Such payment to the

County must be made

before November 15th

or interest will be

charged through De-

cember 31st of the

succeeding year. The

unpaid balance of any

assessment will be

levied by Brown Coun-

ty and will be collected

as an assessment on

your property tax state-

ment over a ten (10)

year period along with

a 3.20% percent sim-

ple interest charge on

the unpaid balance.

An owner may appeal

an assessment to dis-

trict court pursuant to

Minnesota Statutes

Section 429.081 by

serving notice of the

appeal upon the Mayor

or Finance Director of

the of the City within 30

days after the adoption

of the assessment and

filing such notice with

the district court within

ten days after service

upon the Mayor or Fi-

nance Director.

Under Minnesota Sta-

tutes 435.193 to

435.195 the Council

may, in its discretion,

defer the payment of

this special assess-

ment for any home-

stead property owned

by a person 65 years

of age or older for

whom it would be a

hardship to make these

payments. When

deferment of the spe-

cial assessment has

been granted and is

terminated for any rea-

son provided by law,

all amounts accumu-

lated plus applicable

interest become due.

Any assessed property

owner meeting the re-

quirements of this law

and City Code Section

2.80 adopted under it

may, within 30 days of

the confirmation of the

assessment apply to

the Finance Director on

such forms as are

prescribed by the

County Auditor for

such deferral of pay-

ment of this special as-

sessment on his pro-

perty.

Question regarding the

proposed assessment

should be directed to

the City Engineer’s Of-

fice at (507) 359-8380.

Dated at New Ulm,

Minnesota this

17th day of October

2017.

By order of the City

Counsel

Nicole L. Jorgensen

Finance Director

PUBLISH

(November 7, 14,

2017)

STATE OF

MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF BROWN

DISTRICT COURT

FIFTH JUDICIAL

DISTRICT

Court File No.:

08-PR-17-1155

In Re: Estate of Keith

Richard Schwager, De-

cedent.

NOTICE OF AND

ORDER FOR HEAR-

ING ON PETITION

FOR FORMAL PRO-

BATE OF WILL AND

APPOINTMENT OF

PERSONAL

REPRESENTATIVE

AND NOTICE TO

CREDITORS

It is Ordered and No-

tice is given that on

November 27, 2017 at

2:00 PM, a hearing will

be held in this Court at

the Brown County

Courthouse, 14 South

State Street, New Ulm,

Minnesota

56073-0248, for the

formal probate of an in-

strument purporting to

be the decedent’s Will

dated August 8, 2014,

and for the appoint-

ment of Tamara Beck-

man, whose address is

13899 Dublin Rd., Ap-

ple Valley, Minnesota

55124, as personal

representative of the

estate of the decedent

in an unsupervised ad-

ministration.

Any objections to the

petition must be raised

at the hearing or filed

with the Court prior to

the hearing. If the peti-

tion is proper and no

objections are filed or

raised, the personal

representative will be

appointed with the full

power to administer the

estate, including the

power to collect all as-

sets; pay all legal

debts, claims, taxes,

and expenses; sell real

and personal property;

and do all necessary

acts for the estate.

Notice is also given

that, subject to

Minn. Stat. 524.3-801,

all creditors having

claims against the

decedent’s estate are

required to present the

claims to the personal

representative or to the

Court within four

(4) months after the

date of this notice or

the claims will be

barred.

BY THE COURT

Dated: 11/3/2017

/s/ Allison L. Krehbiel

Judge of District Court

Dated: 11/3/2017

Sorenson, Steph

Court Administrator/

Deputy

Michael H. Boyle (MN#

148994)

Berens, Rodenberg

and O’Connor, Char-

tered

219 N. Broadway,

Suite C PO Box 428

New Ulm Minnesota

56073-0428

Telephone: (507)

233-3900

Facsimile: (507)

354-7297

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