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Public notices, Oct. 11, 2011

October 11, 2011
The Journal

PUBLISH

(October 4, 11, 2011)

NOTICE OF HEAR-

ING ON FINAL SPE-

CIAL ASSESSMENT

ROLL

NOTICE IS HEREBY

given that the City

Council will hold a pub-

lic hearing on Tues-

day, October 18, 2011

at 5:00 p.m. at the

Council Chambers in

City Hall, 100 North

Broadway in the City

of New Ulm, Minneso-

ta, and consider adop-

tion of the final special

assessment prepared

by the City Manager to

defray the cost of the

following improve-

ments:

FINAL ASSESSMENT

ROLL FOR THE 2010

UTILITY, STREET

AND ALLEY IM-

PROVEMENT-

GROUP I

The improvements

constructed on this

project that are being

specially assessed at

this time are as fol-

lows:

1. Jefferson Street

from 16th North Street

to 20th North Street

(Highway 14) - Recon-

struction of the exist-

ing roadway section in-

cluding excavation 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.

2. Jefferson Street

from Center Street to

5th North Street -

Reconstruction of the

existing water main,

sanitary sewer main,

sewer and water end

services, and recon-

struction of the exist-

ing roadway section in-

cluding excavation and

replacement of

subgrade, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing, concrete curb and

gutter, concrete drive-

way pavement pedes-

trian sidewalk ramps

and street lighting.

3. Minnesota Street

from 16th North Street

to 19th North Street -

Reconstruction of the

existing sanitary sewer

main and sewer end

services from 17th to

16th North Street and

reconstruction of the

existing roadway sec-

tion including excava-

tion and replacement

of subgrade, pavement

edge drains, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing, storm sewer ex-

tension and selective

replacement of con-

crete curb and gutter

and concrete driveway

pavement.

4. Minnesota Street

from 1st South Street

to 3rd South Street -

Reconstruction of the

existing water main,

sanitary sewer main,

sewer and water end

services, and recon-

struction of the exist-

ing roadway section in-

cluding excavation and

replacement of

subgrade, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing, concrete curb and

gutter, concrete drive-

way pavement, pedes-

trian sidewalk ramps,

street lighting and

selective replacement

of concrete sidewalk.

5. Hollywood Avenue

from Oakwood Avenue

to Boettger Road -

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.

6. 17th North Street

from Broadway to

Washington 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.

7. Alley Block 111

South of Center Street

- Reconstruction of the

existing residential al-

ley pavement section

including grading, ag-

gregate base, bitumi-

nous surfacing, seven

inch (7") concrete alley

approach pavement,

miscellaneous remo-

vals and restoration.

8. Alley Block 172

South of Center Street

- Reconstruction of the

existing residential al-

ley pavement section

including grading, ag-

gregate base, bitumi-

nous surfacing, seven

inch (7") concrete alley

approach pavement,

miscellaneous remo-

vals and restoration.

9. Alley Block 194

North of Center Street

- Reconstruction of the

existing residential al-

ley pavement section

including grading, ag-

gregate base, bitumi-

nous surfacing, seven

inch (7") concrete alley

approach pavement,

miscellaneous remo-

vals and restoration.

10. 4th South Street

from Valley Street to

Front Street - Recon-

struction of the exist-

ing roadway section in-

cluding excavation and

replacement of

subgrade, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing and selective re-

placement of concrete

curb and gutter and

concrete driveway

pavement.

11. Alley Block 53

South of Center Street

- Grading, aggregate

base, retaining wall, bi-

tuminous surfacing,

seven inch (7") con-

crete alley approach

pavement, miscellane-

ous removals and res-

toration necessary to

construct a residential

alley pavement section

(petitioned improve-

ment ordered No-

vember 17, 2009).

12. Alley Block 146

North of Center Street

- Grading, aggregate

base, bituminous sur-

facing, seven inch (7")

concrete alley ap-

proach pavement, mis-

cellaneous removals

and restoration neces-

sary to construct a

residential alley pave-

ment section (peti-

tioned improvement or-

dered September 15,

2009).

13. Sidewalk Improve-

ments - Uncompleted

four inch (4") concrete

sidewalk ordered in

May 5, 2009 by City

Council resolution,

pedestrian ramps,

seven inch (7") con-

crete driveway pave-

ment, and areas of

sidewalk reconstruc-

tion.

a. Areas of New Con-

struction

(1) Washington Street

from 15th to 16th

South Street (east

side)

14. 2nd South Street

from Garden Street to

West Terminus -

Reconstruction of the

existing sanitary sewer

main, sewer end ser-

vice repair, reconstruc-

tion of the existing

roadway section in-

cluding excavation 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.

2010 Utility, Street

and Alley Improve-

ment- Group I Cost

Summary

Total Cost: $3,033,694

Amount Proposed To

Be Assessed:

$539,640

The proposed assess-

ment rolls are on file

for public inspection at

the City Clerk-

Treasurer's office.

Written or oral objec-

tions will be con-

sidered at the public

hearing. No appeal

may be taken as to

the amount of an as-

sessment unless a

signed, written objec-

tion is filed with the Fi-

nance Director/City

Clerk-Treasurer prior

to the hearing or

presented to the

presiding officer 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 Office.

After such time, you

may pay to the County

Auditor the entire

amount of the assess-

ment remaining un-

paid, plus the interest

accrued to December

31st of the year in

which such payment is

made. Such payment

to the County must be

made before No-

vember 15th or in-

terest will be charged

through December

31st of the succeeding

year. The unpaid bal-

ance of any assess-

ment will be levied by

Brown County and will

be collected as an as-

sessment on your pro-

perty tax statement

over a ten (10) year

period along with a

4.40% percent simple

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/

Clerk-Treasurer 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/Clerk-

Treasurer.

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

special assessment

has been granted and

is terminated for any

reason provided by

law, all amounts accu-

mulated plus applica-

ble interest become

due. Any assessed

property owner meet-

ing the requirements of

this law and City Code

Section 2.80 adopted

under it may, within 30

days of the confirma-

tion of the assessment

apply to the Finance

Director/City Clerk-

Treasurer on such

forms as are

prescribed by the

County Auditor for

such deferral of pay-

ment of this special

assessment on his

property.

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 6th day

of September 2011

/s/ Reginald K Vorwerk

Reginald K. Vorwerk

Finance Director/City

Clerk-Treasurer

PUBLISH

(October 11, 18,

2011)

STATE OF

MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF BROWN

DISTRICT COURT

PROBATE DIVISION

FIFTH JUDICIAL

DISTRICT

Court File No.

PR-11-928

ESTATE OF LaVerne

Joseph Helget a/k/a

"Satch" Helget, DE-

CEDENT.

NOTICE OF INFOR-

MAL APPOINTMENT

OF PERSONAL

REPRESENTATIVE,

AND NOTICE TO

CREDITORS (INTE-

STATE).

Notice is given that an

application for informal

appointment of person-

al representative has

been filed with the Re-

gistrar. No will has

been presented for

probate. The applica-

tion has been granted.

Notice is also given

that the Registrar has

informally appointed

Ardelle Domeier whose

address is 22991

185th Ave., New Ulm

MN 56073

as personal represen-

tative of the Estate of

the Decedent. Any heir

or other interested per-

son may be entitled to

appointment as per-

sonal representative or

may object to the ap-

pointment of the per-

sonal representative.

Unless objections are

filed with the Court

(pursuant to Minn.

Stat. 524.3-607) and

the Court otherwise

orders, the personal

representative has full

power to administer

the Estate including,

after 30 days from the

date of issuance of

letters, the power to

sell, encumber, lease

or distribute real

estate.

Any objections to the

probate of the will or

appointment of the

Personal Representa-

tive must be filed with

this Court and will be

heard by the Court

after the filing of an

appropriate petition

and proper notice of

hearing.

Notice is also given

that (subject to Minn.

524.3-801) all creditors

having claims against

the Estate are required

to present the claims

to the personal

representative or to

the Court Administra-

tor within four months

after the date of this

Notice or the claims

will be barred.

10-5-11

Date

Carol Weikle,

Deputy

Carol Melick

Registrar

Attorney For Personal

Representative

Michael H. Boyle for

Berens, Rodenberg &

O'Connor, Chtd.

519 Center Street

P.O. Box 428

New Ulm, MN

56073-0428

(507) 233-3900

Attorney Reg. No.

148994

PUBLISH

(September 6, 13, 20,

27, October 4, 11,

2011)

NOTICE OF MORT-

GAGE FORECLO-

SURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY

GIVEN that default

has occurred in the

conditions of the fol-

lowing described mort-

gage:

DATE OF MORT-

GAGE: January 29,

2007

ORIGINAL PRINCI-

PAL AMOUNT OF

MORTGAGE:

$70,400.00

MORTGAGOR(S):

Christopher E. Jensen

and wife, Erin Jensen,

and Linda Arduser, a

single person

MORTGAGEE: Mort-

gage Electronic Regis-

tration Systems, Inc.

DATE AND PLACE

OF RECORDING:

Recorded: January 30,

2007 Brown County

Recorder

Document Number:

359118

ASSIGNMENTS OF

MORTGAGE:

And assigned to:

Deutsche Bank Na-

tional Trust Company,

as Trustee for Novas-

tar Mortgage Funding

Trust, Series 2007-1

Dated: May 18, 2011

Transaction Agent:

Mortgage Electronic

Registration Systems,

Inc.

Transaction Agent

Mortgage Identification

Number:

100080190062531538

Lender or Broker: No-

vastar Mortgage, Inc.

Residential Mortgage

Servicer: Saxon Mort-

gage Services, Inc.

Mortgage Originator:

Not Applicable

COUNTY IN WHICH

PROPERTY IS LO-

CATED: Brown

Property Address: 913

4th St S, New Ulm,

MN 56073-3210

Tax Parcel ID

Number:

001.002.146.02.011

LEGAL DESCRIP-

TION OF PROPERTY:

The rear 82 1/2 feet of

Lot 1, and the rear 82

1/2 feet of the Norther-

ly half, so-called, of

Lot 2, Block 146,

South of Center

Street, City of New

Ulm, Brown County,

Minnesota

AMOUNT DUE AND

CLAIMED TO BE DUE

AS OF DATE OF NO-

TICE: $89,255.63

THAT all

pre-foreclosure re-

quirements have been

complied with; that no

action or proceeding

has been instituted at

law or otherwise to re-

cover the debt secured

by said mortgage, or

any part thereof;

PURSUANT to the

power of sale con-

tained in said mort-

gage, the

above-described pro-

perty will be sold by

the Sheriff of said

county as follows:

DATE AND TIME OF

SALE: October 19,

2011 at 10:00 AM

PLACE OF SALE:

Front Steps of the

Sheriff's Main Office,

Brown County Law En-

forcement Center,

New Ulm, Minnesota

to pay the debt

secured by said mort-

gage and taxes, if any,

on said premises and

the costs and dis-

bursements, including

attorney fees allowed

by law, subject to

redemption within six

(6) months from the

date of said sale by

the mortgagor(s), their

personal representa-

tives or assigns.

If the Mortgage is not

reinstated under Minn.

Stat. 580.30 or the

property is not

redeemed under Minn.

Stat. 580.23, the Mort-

gagor must vacate the

property on or before

11:59 p.m. on April 19,

2012, or the next busi-

ness day if April 19,

2012 falls on a Satur-

day, Sunday or legal

holiday.

Mortgagor(s) released

from financial obliga-

tion: NONE

THIS COMMUNICA-

TION IS FROM A

DEBT COLLECTOR

ATTEMPTING TO

COLLECT A DEBT.

ANY INFORMATION

OBTAINED WILL BE

USED FOR THAT

PURPOSE.

THE RIGHT TO VE-

RIFICATION OF THE

DEBT AND IDENTITY

OF THE ORIGINAL

CREDITOR WITHIN

THE TIME PROVID-

ED BY LAW IS NOT

AFFECTED BY THIS

ACTION.

THE TIME ALLOWED

BY LAW FOR

REDEMPTION BY

THE MORTGAGOR,

THE MORTGAGOR'S

PERSONAL

REPRESENTATIVES

OR ASSIGNS, MAY

BE REDUCED TO

FIVE WEEKS IF A

JUDICIAL ORDER IS

ENTERED UNDER

MINNESOTA STA-

TUTES, SECTION

582.032, DETERMIN-

ING, AMONG OTHER

THINGS, THAT THE

MORTGAGED PREM-

ISES ARE IMPROVED

WITH A RESIDEN-

TIAL DWELLING OF

LESS THAN FIVE UN-

ITS, ARE NOT PRO-

PERTY USED IN

AGRICULTURAL

PRODUCTION, AND

ARE ABANDONED.

DATED: September

06, 2011

ASSIGNEE OF

MORTGAGEE:

Deutsche Bank Na-

tional Trust Company

as Trustee for Novas-

tar Mortgage Funding

Trust, Series 2007-1

Wilford, Geske & Cook

P.A.

Attorneys for Assignee

of Mortgagee

Lawrence A. Wilford

James A. Geske

8425 Seasons Park-

way, Suite 105

Woodbury, MN

55125-4393

(651) 209-3300

File Number:

019951F01

 
 

 

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