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Public Notices, Jan. 21, 2013

January 21, 2013
The Journal

PUBLISH

(January 22, 29,

February 5,12, 2013)

NOTICE OF ACTION

BEFORE THE BOARD

OF NURSING

IN RE: The license to

practice nursing of

Castle Renee Kelly

907 Summit Avenue

New Ulm, MN.

56073-3635

23 Perthshire Lane

Palm Coast, FL.

32164-7445

&

23 Pethshire Lane

Palm Coast, FL.

32164

CASE NO.:

2012-08906

LICENSE NO.: RN

9303068

The Department of

Health has filed an Ad-

ministrative Complaint

against you, a copy of

which may be obtained

by contacting,

Matthew G. Witters,

Assistant General

Counsel, Prosecution

Services Unit, 4052

Bald Cypress Way,

Bin #C65, Tallahassee

Florida 32399-3265,

(850) 245-4640

If no contact has been

made by you concern-

ing the above by

March 5, 2013, the

matter of the Adminis-

trative Complaint will

be presented at an en-

suing meeting of the

Board of Nursing in an

informal proceeding.

In accordance with the

Americans with Disa-

bilities Act, persons

needing a special ac-

commodation to parti-

cipate in this proceed-

ing should contact the

individual or agency

sending this notice not

later than seven days

prior to the proceeding

at the address given

on the notice. Tele-

phone: (850) 245-4640,

1-800-955-877(TDD) or

1-800-955-8770 (V),

via Florida Relay Ser-

vice.

PUBLISH

(January 22, 2013)

NOTICE OF INTEN-

TION TO ENACT SO-

CIAL HOST ORDI-

NANCE

Notice is Hereby

Given, pursuant to

section 375.51 of Min-

nesota Statutes, that

the Brown County

Board of Commission-

ers intends to consider

enactment of a social

host ordinance on

Tuesday, February 5,

2013 at 9:30 a.m. at

its meeting held in the

Commissioners' Room

204 of the Brown

County Courthouse,

New Ulm, Minnesota.

The subject matter of

the proposed social

host ordinance is the

prohibition of certain

acts as follows:

Subd. 5. Prohibited

Acts.

(a) It is unlawful for

any person(s) to host

or allow an event or

gathering at any

residence, premises,

or any other private or

public property under

the following cir-

cumstances:

a. alcohol or alcoholic

beverages are present;

and

b. the person knows or

reasonably should

know that an underage

person will or does:

i. consume any alcohol

or alcoholic beverage;

or

ii. possess with the in-

tent to consume it;

and

c. the person fails to

take reasonable steps

to prevent possession

or consumption by the

underage person(s).

(b) A person is crimi-

nally responsible for

violating Subdivision 5

(a) above if the person

intentionally aids, ad-

vises, hires, counsels,

or conspires with or

otherwise procures

another to commit the

prohibited act.

(c) A person who

hosts an event or

gathering as described

in Subdivision 5 (a)

above does not have

to be present at the

event or gathering to

be criminally responsi-

ble.

The purpose of the

proposed social host

ordinance is as fol-

lows:

Purpose and Find-

ings. The Brown

County Board of Com-

missioners intends to

discourage underage

possession and con-

sumption of alcohol,

even if done within the

confines of a private

residence, and intends

to hold persons crimi-

nally responsible who

host events or gath-

erings where persons

under 21 years of age

possess or consume

alcohol regardless of

whether the person

hosting the event or

gathering supplied the

alcohol. The Brown

County Board of Com-

missioners finds that:

(a) Events and gath-

erings held on private

or public property

where alcohol is pos-

sessed or consumed

by persons under the

age of twenty-one may

be harmful to those

persons and constitute

a potential threat to

public health.

(b) Prohibiting under-

age consumption pro-

tects underage per-

sons, as well as the

general public, from in-

juries related to alcohol

consumption, such as

alcohol overdose or

alcohol-related traffic

crashes.

(c) Alcohol is an ad-

dictive drug which, if

used irresponsibly,

could have adverse ef-

fects on those who

use it as well as those

who are affected by

the actions of an ir-

responsible user.

(d) Often, events or

gatherings involving

underage possession

or consumption occur

outside the presence

of parents. However,

there are times when

the parent(s) is/are

present and condone

the activity, and in

some circumstances

provide the alcohol.

(e) Even though giving

or furnishing alcohol to

an underage person is

a crime, this ordinance

is necessary to help

further combat under-

age consumption.

(f) A deterrent effect

will be created by hold-

ing a person criminally

responsible for hosting

an event or gathering

where underage pos-

session or consump-

tion occurs.

This Notice of Inten-

tion to Enact Social

Host Ordinance is

adopted by the Brown

County Board of Com-

missioners this 8th

day of January, 2013.

Brown County Board

of Commissioners

Dennis Potter /s/

Dennis Potter, Chair

Attest:

Charles Enter /s/

Charles Enter, Clerk

PUBLISH

(January 22, 29,

2013))

STATE OF

MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF BROWN

FIFTH JUDICIAL

DISTRICT

DISTRICT COURT

PROBATE DIVISION

Court File No.

PR-12-50

Estate of Charles

Flygare a/k/a Chuck

Flygare, Decedent

NOTICE AND ORD-

ER OF HEARING ON

PETITION FOR FOR-

MAL ADJUDICA-

TION OF INTESTA-

CY, DETERMINA-

TION OF HEIRSHIP

APPOINTMENT OF

PERSONAL

REPRESENTATIVE

AND NOTICE TO

CREDITORS

It is Ordered and No-

tice is given that on

February 28, 2013, at

11:30 a.m., a hearing

will be held in this

Court at Brown County

Courthouse, New Ulm,

Minnesota, for the ad-

judication of intestacy

and determination of

heirship of the De-

cedent, and for the ap-

pointment of Lynn

Flygare, whose ad-

dress is 405 Valley

View Drive, Courtland,

MN, 56021 as Person-

al Representative of

the Estate of the De-

cedent in an UNSU-

PERVISED administra-

tion. Any objections to

the petition must be

filed with the Court pri-

or to or raised at the

hearing. If proper and

if no objections are

filed or raised, the Per-

sonal Representative

will be appointed with

full power to adminis-

ter the Estate, includ-

ing the power to col-

lect all assets, to pay

all legal debts, claims,

taxes and expenses,

to sell real and person-

al property, and to 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 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.

BY THE COURT

Dated:1/16/13

Robert Docherty

Judge of District Court

Dated:1/16/13

Carol Melick

Court Administrator

by Linda Stadtherr

Deputy

Attorney for Personal

Representative

C. Thomas Wilson

GISLASON &

HUNTER LLP

2700 South Broadway

P.O. Box 458

New Ulm, MN, 56073

Attorney License No:

117651

Telephone:

(507)354-3111

FAX: (507) 354-8447

 
 

 

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