Public notices

November 21, 28,

2017)

Notice Of Hearing On

Final Special

Assessment Roll

Notice Is Hereby given

that the City Council

will hold a public hear-

ing on Tuesday, De-

cember 5, 2017 at 5:00

p.m. at the Council

Chambers in City Hall,

100 North Broadway in

the City of New Ulm,

Minnesota, and consid-

er adoption of the

reassessment

prepared by the City

Manager to defray the

cost of the following

improvements:

Reassessment Roll

For The

2005 Lakeside Village

Addition

The improvements

constructed on this

project that are being

specially assessed at

this time are as fol-

lows:

1. Lot 11 and Lot 12,

Block 1, and Lot 14

and Lot 15, Block 1,

Lakeside Village Ad-

dition – Sanitary

sewer main and water

main on 23rd North

Street from Terrace

Drive to Boundary

Street and on Boun-

dary Street from Hoff-

man Road to Lake

Avenue to serve the

Lakeside Village Addi-

tion; grading and grav-

eling on Boundary

Street from Hoffman

Road to 23rd North

Street, restoration of

Boundary Street south

of 23rd North Street

with a bituminous

maintenance mat; san-

itary sewer main, water

main, sewer and water

end services, storm

sewer, storm water

quality pond, grading,

aggregate base and

site grading within

Lakeside Village Addi-

tion (Phase I Develop-

ment);

2005 Reassessment

Lakeside Village Ad-

dition

Amount Proposed

To Be Assessed

Lot 11, Block 1

$ 9,748.59

Lot 12, Block 1

$ 9,748.59

Lot 14, Block 1

$ 8,355.94

Lot 15, Block 1

$ 8,355.94

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 5.5% percent simple

interest charge on the

unpaid balance.

An owner may appeal

an assessment to dis-

trict court pursuant to

Minnesota Statutes

Section 429.071 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) 359-8245.

Dated at New Ulm,

Minnesota this 17th

day of October 2017.

By Order of the City

Council

Nicole L. Jorgensen

Finance Director

PUBLISH

(November 21, 28,

2017)

NOTICE OF HEARING

ON PROPOSED AS-

SESSMENT

Notice is hereby given

that a public hearing

will be held by the City

Council of the City of

New Ulm at the Coun-

cil Chambers in the

City Hall, 100 North

Broadway Street in

said City at 4:30 p.m.

on Tuesday, De-

cember 5, 2017, to

pass upon the pro-

posed assessment

prepared by the City

Manager to defray the

cost of the following

improvements:

2016/2017 Weed/Snow

Removal; and Water

Service Line installa-

tion Charges

The proposed assess-

ment rolls are on file

for public inspection at

the City Finance

Department. The fol-

lowing is a summary of

the costs of these im-

provements:

Lot 8, Blk 133 South of

Center 815 South

Washington St Black-

stad, Sue et al $335.00

2017 Weed removal

Exc F85′ of Lot 7, Blk

55 South of Center 408

11th St South Borchert,

David $325.00 2017

Weed removal

Lots 1-6, Blk 65 South

of Center 405 Center

St Danielson, Randy

$565.00 2016/2017

Weed removal

Lot 5, Blk 3 South of

Center 316 S Front St

Flores, Jose & Darlene

$325.00 2017 Weed

removal

Lot 13, Blk 145 North

of Center 306 N Jeffer-

son St Gareis, Jennifer

$335.00 2017 Weed

removal

Lot 13, Blk 68 South of

Center 207 South

Broadway Gostonczik,

Charles $325.00 2017

Weed removal

F1/2 of Lot 1, Blk 55

North of Center 1001

North German St

Hacker, Germaine

$325.00 2017 Weed

removal

OL 81 & 82, Pts of OL

83 & 84 2137 North

Broadway Hallberg Inc

$425.00 2017 Weed

removal

F65′ of Lot 1 & 2, Blk

00S South of Center

101 Center St Herrley,

Patrick $325.00 2016

Weed removal

Lot 7, Blk 1 Fairhill’s

4th Addn. Krueger,

Kevin $103.75 2017

Weed removal

Lot 8, Blk 1 Fairhill’s

4th Addn. Krueger,

Kevin $103.75 2017

Weed removal

Lot 9, Blk 1 Fairhill’s

4th Addn. Krueger,

Kevin $103.75 2017

Weed removal

Lot 10, Blk 1 Fairhill’s

4th Addn. Krueger,

Kevin $103.75 2017

Weed removal

Lot 14, Blk 35 North of

Center 900 North Ger-

man St Midas, Richard

& Cindy $325.00 2017

Weed removal

Lot 2, Blk 76 North of

Center 1007 N Min-

nesota St SouthPoint

Financial Credit Union

$505.00 2016/2017

Weed removal

F1/2 Lots 1 & 2, Blk

100 North of Center

503 N Broadway Con-

cha, Rodrigo S M

$90.00 2017 Snow

remvoal

Lots 1-6, Blk 65 South

of Center 405 Center

St Danielson, Randy

$120.00 2017 Snow re-

moval

F1/2 of E2 of Lot 6 & 7,

Blk 142 South of

Center 903 Center St

Fenske, Deanna

$90.00 2017 Snow re-

moval

Lot 2, Blk 76 North of

Center 1007 N Min-

nesota St SouthPoint

Financial Credit Union

$180.00 2017 Snow re-

moval

Lot 12, Blk 76 North of

Center 1010 N Broad-

way St Trullinger, Jus-

tin $180.00 2017 Snow

removal

Total : $5190.00

2016/2017 Weed/Snow

Removal; and Side-

walk Replacement

Charges

Total Cost $7,133.66

To Be Assessed

$7,133.66

Written or oral objec-

tions will be considered

at the meeting. No ap-

peal may be taken as

to the amount of an as-

sessment 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 to the

City Finance Depart-

ment. After such time,

you may pay to the

County Auditor the en-

tire amount of the as-

sessment remaining

unpaid. The unpaid

balance of any assess-

ment will be levied by

Brown County and will

be collected as an as-

sessment on your pro-

perty tax statement the

following year.

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 City within 30 days

after the adoption of

the assessment and fil-

ing such notice with the

district court within ten

days after service upon

the Mayor or Finance

Director. Under Min-

nesota Statutes, Sec-

tions 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 the

payments. When

deferment of the spe-

cial assessment has

been granted and is

terminated for any rea-

son provided by law,

all amounts accumulat-

ed plus applicable in-

terest 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.

By Order of the City

Council

Dated at New Ulm,

Minnesota this

7th day of November

2017.

Nicole L. Jorgensen

Finance Director

www.ci.new-ulm.mn.us

PUBLISH

(November 28, 2017)

School Board

Proceedings

Independent School

District No. 88

New Ulm, Minnesota

The school board of In-

dependent School Dis-

trict 88 met in regular

session on October 26,

2017 in the District

Boardroom. Members

present: Ringhofer,

Sunderman, Waloch,

Winter and Dewanz.

Absent: Gag, Schiro.

Meeting called to order

by Chair Winter.

1. Dewanz/Waloch ap-

proval of agenda with

supplement and remo-

val of Action Item E.

(5-0)

2. Ringhofer/ Sunder-

man approval of

minutes. (5-0)

3. Waloch/Ringhofer

approval of consent

agenda. (5-0)

4. Reports:

Superintendent’s; Poli-

cy; Community Educa-

tion Grant; Activities;

Staff Development;

DCAC; Facility; River

Bend; and Announce-

ments.

5. Ringhofer/Waloch

approval of bills for au-

dit and acceptance of

budget report. (5-0)

6. Acceptance of cash

balance reports, to be

filed for audit.

7. Dewanz/Sunderman

authorization for Amy

Burns to make elec-

tronic fund transfers.

(5-0)

8. Policies: No action:

403, 408, 424, 425,

426, 806, 807. First

reading: 417, 511.

Second reading: 201.1,

418, 421.

9. Waloch/Sunderman

approval of revised pol-

icies: 201.1, 418, 421.

(5-0)

10. Ringhofer/Dewanz

acceptance of dona-

tions. (5-0)

11. Dewanz/Waloch

approval of Memoran-

dum of Understanding

for 2017-2019 Teacher

Master Agreement,

Schedule C. (5-0)

12. Dewanz/ Sunder-

man adjournment at

6:32 p.m.- (5-0)

Complete minutes and

documents are avail-

able for review in the

superintendent’s office,

District Offices, 414 S

Payne Street, New

Ulm, Minnesota. A digi-

tal recording of board

proceedings is avail-

able by contacting the

superintendent’s office.

Independent School

District #88

New Ulm, Minnesota

By: Steve Gag, Clerk

PUBLISH

(November 21, 28,

2017)

STATE OF

MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF BROWN

DISTRICT COURT

FIFTH JUDICIAL

DISTRICT PROBATE

DIVISION

Court File No.:

08-PR-17-1198

In Re: Estate of

Magdalene V. Schar-

bach, Decedent

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 Notice

is given that on De-

cember 18, 2017, at

2:00 PM a hearing will

be held in this Court at

New Ulm, Minnesota,

on a petition for the for-

mal probate of an in-

strument purporting to

be the Decedent’s Will

dated June 5, 2013,

and for the appoint-

ment of Doris M.

Turbes, whose address

is 20110 110th Ave-

nue, New Ulm, Min-

nesota 56073, as per-

sonal representative of

the Decedent’s estate

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

Decedent’s estate, in-

cluding the power to

collect all assets; pay

all legal debts, claims,

taxes, and expenses;

sell real and personal

property; and do all

necessary acts for the

Decedent’s estate.

Notice is further 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 represen-

tative or to the Court

within four (4) months

after the date of this

notice or the claims will

be barred.

BY THE COURT

Dated: 11/17/2017

/s/ Allison L. Krehbiel

Judge of District Court

Dated: 11/17/2017

Sorenson, Steph

Court Administrator /

deputy

NIERENGARTEN &

HIPPERT, LTD.

Roger H. Hippert

MN# 45391

11 North Minnesota

Street

New Ulm, MN 56073

Telephone:

507-359-2991

Facsimile:

507-354-7204

e-mail

rhip99@hotmail.com

ATTORNEY FOR

PETITIONER

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