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PUBLISH

(January 8, 15, 2019)

STATE OF

MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF BROWN

DISTRICT COURT

FIFTH JUDICIAL

DISTRICT PROBATE

DIVISION

Court File No.:

08-PR-18-1253

In Re: Estate of David

E. Ayer, 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 No-

tice is given that on

February 4, 2019, at

9:00 a.m., a hearing

will be held in this

Court at New Ulm,

Minnesota, on a peti-

tion for the formal pro-

bate of an instrument

purporting to be the

Decedent’s Will dated

December 5, 1996,

and for the appoint-

ment of Rachel Ayer,

whose address is 226

North State Street, Apt

2, New Ulm, Minnesota

56073 and Ann M.

Ayer, whose address is

517 Second South

Street, New Ulm, Min-

nesota 56073, as

co-personal represen-

tatives 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 co-personal

representatives 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: December 31,

2018

Michelle A Dietrich

Judge of District Court

Nancy L. Solberg

Court Administrator /

deputy

NIERENGARTEN &

HIPPERT, LTD.

Roger H. Hippert

MN# 45391

11 North Minnesota

Street New Ulm, MN

56073-0214

Telephone:

507-359-2991

e-mail:

rhip99@hotmail.com

ATTORNEY FOR

PETITIONERS

PUBLISH

(January 15, 2019)

Notice of Public

Hearing

on the Amendment of

the Brown County

Ordinance Providing

for the Regulation of

Food and Beverage

Establishments

A Public Hearing will

be held on the 5th day

of February, 2019, at

10:00 AM, at the meet-

ing of the Brown Coun-

ty Board of Commis-

sioners in the Commis-

sioners Room 204 of

the Brown County

Courthouse, 14 S.

State St. New Ulm,

Minnesota, for the pur-

pose of hearing con-

cerns, receiving tes-

timony, and other infor-

mation regarding the

proposed amendments

to the following existing

Brown County Ordi-

nance.

The following is a sum-

mary pursuant to Min-

nesota Statutes Sec-

tion 375.51 and Min-

nesota Statutes

331A.01, of sections

within the following

Brown County Ordi-

nance which may be

amended:

The Brown County

Ordinance Providing

for the Regulation of

Food and Beverage

Establishments:

This Ordinance pro-

vides standards for

Food and/or Beverage

Establishments and

authority to protect the

health, safety, and

general welfare of the

public. This Ordinance

establishes minimum

standards as defined in

the Minnesota Food

Code, Minnesota

Rules, Parts

4626.0010 to

4626.1855, except

Certification of Food

Protection Managers

under Minnesota Sta-

tutes Section 157.16,

subdivision 2(a), and

Minnesota Rules, Parts

4626.0033, subparts

G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N,

and O, and this Ordi-

nance; for the design,

construction, operation,

and maintenance of

Food and/or Beverage

Establishments in

Brown County. This

Ordinance shall be ap-

plicable to all Food

and/or Beverage Es-

tablishments as de-

fined in Minnesota Sta-

tutes Section 157.15,

Minnesota Rules, Part

4626.0020, and this

Ordinance, and shall

include all other

businesses and estab-

lishments where

meals, and/or drinks

are served, except as

exempted by Minneso-

ta Statutes Section

157.22, that are locat-

ed in Brown County,

Minnesota. In addition,

this Ordinance shall

serve as criteria for

evaluation of Food

and/or Beverage ser-

vice facilities in Youth

Camps as defined in

Minnesota Statutes

Section 144.71, subdi-

vision 2, that are locat-

ed in Brown County,

Minnesota. This Ordi-

nance provides for the

licensing and inspec-

tion of all Food and/or

Beverage Establish-

ments, the enforce-

ment of violations, and

the fixing of penalties

of this Ordinance

throughout Brown

County.

SECTION 1: Purpose

and Authority. Modify

references to Minneso-

ta Rules to include

Minnesota Rules, Parts

4626.0010 to

4626.1855, Minnesota

Rules, Part 4626.0033,

subparts G, H, I, J, K,

L, M, N, and O, and

Minnesota Statutes

Section 157.16, subdi-

vision 2(a), to meet the

requirements of the

Minnesota Department

of Health and the Min-

nesota Food Code.

Clarify language and

restructure Minnesota

Rules and Minnesota

Statutes references.

SECTION 2: Scope.

Remove “lunches” as it

is would be included in

reference to meals.

Restructure sentence

format.

SECTION 3: Adminis-

tration. Remove

“referred to as the” as it

would be assumed by

previously using

“hereinafter”, and res-

tructure sentence for-

mat.

SECTION 4: Defini-

tions. Minnesota Sta-

tues Section 157.15

and Minnesota Rules,

Part 4626.0020 to in-

clude additional defini-

tions that may be found

in these specific Sta-

tutes and Rules. Clari-

fy, add, and/or remove

definitions, including:

additional food service,

alcohol beverage ser-

vice, appeals board,

bed and breakfast,

beverage only estab-

lishment, catering, cer-

tified food protection

manager, code, day-

care, environmental

health department, en-

vironmental health

director, extensive re-

modeling, hazard

analysis and critical

control point (HACCP)

plan, imminent health

hazard, large food es-

tablishment, licensee,

limited food establish-

ment, minimal handling

special event food

stand, one day special

event food stand, per-

son, person in charge,

regulatory authority,

high risk food estab-

lishment, medium risk

food establishment,

school additional food

service, school food

service, seasonal limit-

ed food establishment,

seasonal small estab-

lishment, service

kitchen, small food es-

tablishment, transient

use, and variance.

Changed Section

numbers to account for

removal of definitions

in the previous Ordi-

nance.

SECTION 5: Review

of Construction

Plans. Modify and clar-

ify reference to Min-

nesota Rules, Parts

4626.1720, to include

Subparts E and F.

Restructure sentence

format.

SECTIONS: 5 – 6: Re-

place Brown County

with “the County” as

described in Section

4.13.

SECTIONS 5 – 16: Re-

place Environmental

Health Department

with “Regulatory

Authority” as refer-

enced in Section 3.

SECTION 6: Licen-

sure. Change

language to clarify

licensure requirements

and licensure process.

SECTION 7: Require-

ments of Licensed

Establishments. Min-

nesota Rules, Part

4626.0040, subpart A;

and Minnesota Rules,

Part 4626.0045, to

clarify employee illness

reporting, exclusion,

and restriction require-

ments. Remove re-

quirement to report

customer illness to

County Law Enforce-

ment Department.

SECTION 8: Inspec-

tion and Correction.

Change language for

clarity and consistency

throughout this section

and the Program Ordi-

nance. Replace refer-

ence to Minnesota

Rules, Parts

4626.2000 to

4626.2010, to include

Minnesota Rules, Part

4626.0033.

SECTION 9 – 12: Re-

place Minnesota

Rules, Chapter 4626

with the “Minnesota

Food Code” as refer-

enced in Section 1.2.

Restructure sentence

format.

SECTION 11:

Suspension of

License. Change

language to clarify

suspension of license.

Change in the

timeframe in which

written request must be

received by the Regu-

latory Authority.

SECTION 12: Revoca-

tion of License.

Change language to

clarify the timeframe in

which revocation of

license will take place

and the methods in

which the written notice

of revocation will be

provided to the license

holder.

SECTION 13: Ap-

peals Procedure.

Change language to

clarify Request for

Hearing, Notice of

Hearing, Decisions of

the Appeals Board,

and Notices Not Ap-

pealed.

SECTION 15: Penal-

ties. Language to pro-

vide explanation on

how the Regulatory

Authority may enforce

provisions of this Ordi-

nance.

SECTION 16: Vari-

ances. Restructure

sentence format.

SECTION 17: Effec-

tive Date. New effec-

tive date. Language to

address prosecution

for existing violations

of the previous Brown

County Ordinance Pro-

viding for the Regula-

tion of Food and Bev-

erage Establishments.

The Board of Commis-

sioners of Brown

County Minnesota will

consider adoption of

the updated ordinance

pursuant to MN Sta-

tutes Chapter 145A,

157, and 375. A copy

of the proposed Ordi-

nance as revised may

be viewed at the Brown

County

Auditor/Treasurer’s Of-

fice during regular

business hours.

BY ORDER OF THE

BOARD OF BROWN

COUNTY COMMIS-

SIONERS

Dated this 8th day of

January, 2019

ATTEST:

Charles Enter

Brown County Ad-

ministrator

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