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(February 13, 2020)

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Sealed bids may be

delivered to the Office

of the Finance Director,

Municipal Building, lo-

cated at 100 North

Broadway, New Ulm,

Minnesota 56073 prior

to the 10:00 A.M. bid

openingon WEDNES-

DAY, the 4th day of

MARCH, 2020. The

City will publicly open

and read all bids re-

ceived by the Finance

Director immediately

thereafter for the fur-

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article or thing neces-

sary for the complete

the following project,

to-wit:

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locations within the

City limits of New Ulm,

Minnesota.

All bids must be sealed

and marked

“2020-2022 Ash Tree

Removal”. The bid will

remain subject to ac-

ceptance for 45 days

after the day of bid

opening. The City

reserves the right to re-

ject any and all bids.

The plans and specifi-

cations prepared by

the Planner for the City

are on file and may be

examined at the Office

of the City Manager,

100 North Broadway,

New Ulm, Minnesota

56073 and include

maps, address loca-

tions of trees and di-

ameter breast height of

trees to be removed.

Approximate quantities

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val of 113 Ash Trees

from City

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location.

BY ORDER OF THE

CITY COUNCIL

Chris Dalton

City Manager

Dated at New Ulm,

Minnesota this 6th day

of February, 2020

PUBLISH

(February 13, 20, 27,

2020)

STATE OF

MINNESOTA COUNTY OF BROWN

IN DISTRICT COURT

FIFTH JUDICIAL DIS-

TRICT

Case Type: Quiet Title

Court File No._______

Shirley Brudelie,

Timothy Brudelie,

Jonathan Brudelie,

Terri Brudelie and

Jacqueline Farasyn,

Plaintiffs,

vs. SUMMONS

Fischer Brothers Pro-

perties, LLC; Alliance

Bank, and also all oth-

er persons unknown

claiming any right, title,

estate, interest or lien

in the real estate

described in the Com-

plaint herein,

Defendants.

THIS SUMMONS IS

DIRECTED TO THE

ABOVE NAMED DE-

FENDANTS.

1. YOU ARE BEING

SUED. The Plaintiff

has started a lawsuit

against you. The

Plaintiff’s Complaint

against you is attached

to this summons. Do

not throw these papers

away. They are official

papers that affect your

rights. You must

respond to this lawsuit

even though it may not

yet be filed with the

Court and there may

be no court file number

on this summons.

2. YOU MUST REPLY

WITHIN 20 DAYS TO

PROTECT YOUR

RIGHTS. You must

give or mail to the per-

son who signed this

summons a written

responsecalled an

Answer within 20 days

of the date on which

you received this Sum-

mons. You must send

a copy of your Answer

to the person who

signed this summons

located at: NIEREN-

GARTEN & HIPPERT,

LTD., 11 North Min-

nesota Street, P.O.

Box 214, New Ulm,

MN 56073-0214.

3. YOU MUST

RESPOND TO EACH

CLAIM. The Answer is

your written response

to the Plaintiff’s Com-

plaint. In your Answer

you must state whether

you agree or disagree

with each paragraph of

the Complaint. If you

believe the Plaintiff

should not be given

everything asked for in

the Complaint, you

must say so in your

Answer.

4. YOU WILL LOSE

YOUR CASE IF YOU

DO NOT SEND A

WRITTEN

RESPONSE TO THE

COMPLAINT TO THE

PERSON WHO

SIGNED THIS SUM-

MONS. If you do not

Answer within 20 days,

you will lose this case.

You will not get to tell

your side of the story,

and the Court may de-

cide against you and

award the Plaintiff

everything asked for in

the complaint. If you

do not want to contest

the claims state in the

complaint, you do not

need to respond. A

default judgment can

then be entered

against you for the re-

lief requested in the

complaint.

5. LEGAL ASSIS-

TANCE. You may wish

to get legal help from a

lawyer. If you do not

have a lawyer, the

Court Administrator

may have information

about places where

you can get legal as-

sistance. Even if you

cannot get legal help,

you must still provide a

written Answer to pro-

tect your rights or you

may lose the case.

6. ALTERNATIVE

DISPUTE RESOLU-

TION. The parties

may agree to or be or-

dered to participate in

an alternative dispute

resolution process

under Rule 114 of the

Minnesota General

Rules of Practice. You

must still send your

written response to the

Complaint even if you

expect to use alterna-

tive means of resolving

this dispute.

THIS LAWSUIT MAY

AFFECT OR BRING

INTO QUESTION TI-

TLE TO REAL PRO-

PERTY located in

Brown County, State of

Minnesota, legally

described as follows:

That part of the

Northwest Quarter of

the Southeast Quarter

of Section 13, Town-

ship 108 North, Range

32 West, Brown Coun-

ty, described as fol-

lows:

Beginning at the

Southeast corner of the

Northwest Quarter of

the Southeast Quarter

of said Section 13;

thence on an assumed

bearing of South 87

degrees 53 minutes 46

seconds West, along

the south line of the

Northwest Quarter of

the Southeast Quarter

of said section, a dis-

tance of 1337.96 feet

to the Southwest

corner of the Northwest

Quarter of the

Southeast Quarter of

said section; thence

North 0 degrees 22

minutes 56 seconds

West, along the west

line of the Northwest

Quarter of the

Southeast Quarter of

said section, a distance

of 9.50 feet, thence

North 87 degrees 56

minutes 36 seconds

East, a distance of

1337.97 feet to the

east line of the

Northwest Quarter of

the Southeast Quarter

of said section; thence

South 0 degrees 06

minutes 24 seconds

East, along the east

line of the Northwest

Quarter of the

Southeast Quarter, a

distance of 8.40 feet to

the point of beginning,

containing 0.28 acres,

more or less.

The object of this ac-

tion is to obtain a judg-

ment that Plaintiffs are

the owners, in fee sim-

ple, of the above

described real property

and that none of the

said Defendants have

any estate or interest

therein or lien thereon.

Dated this 10th day of

February, 2020.

NIERENGARTEN &

HIPPERT, LTD.

By Roger H. Hippert

Attorneys for Plaintiffs

P.O. Box 214

New Ulm, MN

56073-0214

Telephone:

507-359-2991

Attorney Registration

#45391

PUBLISH

(January 9, 16, 23, 30,

February 6, 13, 2020)

NOTICE OF

MORTGAGE

FORECLOSURE

SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY

GIVEN that default has

occurred in the condi-

tions of the following

described mortgage:

DATE OF MORT-

GAGE: March 29,

2004

ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL

AMOUNT OF MORT-

GAGE: $71,250.00

MORTGAGOR(S):

Troy L. Timgren and

Holly A. Timgren, hus-

band and wife

MORTGAGEE:

Greater Minnesota

Mortgage, Inc.

DATE AND PLACE OF

RECORDING:

Recorded: March 30,

2004 Brown County

Recorder

Document Number:

342006

ASSIGNMENTS OF

MORTGAGE:

And assigned to: Wells

Federal Bank, a

Federal Savings Bank

Dated: March 29, 2004

Recorded: March 30,

2004 Brown County

Recorder

Document Number:

342007

Transaction Agent: Not

Applicable

Transaction Agent

Mortgage Identification

Number: Not Applica-

ble

Lender or Broker:

Greater Minnesota

Mortgage, Inc.

Residential Mortgage

Servicer: Citizens

Community Federal

NA Successor by

Merger with Wells

Federal Bank

Mortgage Originator:

Not Applicable

COUNTY IN WHICH

PROPERTY IS LO-

CATED: Brown

Property Address: 661

2nd Ave NE, Sleepy

Eye, MN 56085-1561

Tax Parcel ID Number:

002.016.003.33.030

LEGAL DESCRIP-

TION OF PROPERTY:

Lot C and Lot D of

Outlot 33, Allison’s Ad-

dition of Outlots, City of

Sleepy Eye, in Govern-

ment Lot 3 of Sec. 29,

Twp. 110, Range 32,

Brown County, Min-

nesota

AMOUNT DUE AND

CLAIMED TO BE DUE

AS OF DATE OF NO-

TICE: $45,430.79

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: February 21,

2020 at 10:00 AM

PLACE OF SALE:

Brown County Sheriff’s

Office, Law Enforce-

ment Center, 15 S.

Washington St., New

Ulm, MN 56073

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

twelve (12) months

from the date of said

sale by the

mortgagor(s), their per-

sonal representatives

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

Mortgagor must vacate

the property on or be-

fore 11:59 p.m. on

February 22, 2021, or

the next business day

if February 22, 2021

falls on a Saturday,

Sunday or legal holi-

day.

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 PROVIDED

BY LAW IS NOT AF-

FECTED BY THIS AC-

TION.

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: January 09,

2020

ASSIGNEE OF

MORTGAGEE: Ci-

tizens Community

Federal NA Successor

by Merger with Wells

Federal Bank Succes-

sor by Merger to Wells

Federal Bank, a

Federal Savings Bank

Wilford, Geske & Cook

P.A.

Attorneys for Assignee

of Mortgagee

7616 Currell Blvd; Ste

200

Woodbury, MN

55125-2296

(651) 209-3300

File Number:

018934F03

PUBLISH

(January 30, February

6, 13, 20, 27, March 5,

2020)

NOTICE OF

MORTGAGE

FORECLOSURE

SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY

GIVEN that default has

occurred in the condi-

tions of the following

described mortgage:

DATE OF MORT-

GAGE: July 28, 2015

ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL

AMOUNT OF MORT-

GAGE: $112,142.00

MORTGAGOR(S): Ro-

byn Bundy, a married

woman

MORTGAGEE: Mort-

gage Electronic Regis-

tration Systems, Inc.,

as mortgagee, as nom-

inee for Plaza Home

Mortgage Inc., its suc-

cessors and /or as-

signs

DATE AND PLACE OF

RECORDING:

Recorded: July 30,

2015 Brown County

Recorder

Document Number:

403458

LOAN MODIFICA-

TION:

Dated: March 15, 2019

Recorded: April 18,

2019

Document Number:

A419894

ASSIGNMENTS OF

MORTGAGE:

And assigned to: Pen-

nyMac Loan Services,

LLC

Dated: February 12,

2019

Recorded: February

20, 2019 Brown Coun-

ty Recorder

Document Number:

A419284

Transaction Agent:

Mortgage Electronic

Registration Systems,

Inc.

Transaction Agent

Mortgage Identification

Number:

100109800002993716

Lender or Broker: Pla-

za Home Mortgage

Inc.

Residential Mortgage

Servicer: PennyMac

Loan Services, LLC

Mortgage Originator:

Not Applicable

COUNTY IN WHICH

PROPERTY IS LO-

CATED: Brown

Property Address: 200

Viking Ave, Hanska,

MN 56041-7720

Tax Parcel ID Number:

007.155.002.10.100

LEGAL DESCRIP-

TION OF PROPERTY:

Lot 10, Block 2, Scan-

dia Terrace Addition,

City of Hanska, Brown

County, Minnesota

AMOUNT DUE AND

CLAIMED TO BE DUE

AS OF DATE OF NO-

TICE: $116,995.71

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: March 13, 2020

at 10:00 AM

PLACE OF SALE:

Brown County Sheriff’s

Office, Law Enforce-

ment Center, 15 S.

Washington St., New

Ulm, MN 56073

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 per-

sonal representatives

or assigns.

If the Mortgage is not

reinstated under Minn.

Stat. 580.30 or the pro-

perty is not redeemed

under Minn. Stat.

’580.23, the Mortgagor

must vacate the pro-

perty on or before

11:59 p.m. on Sep-

tember 14, 2020, or the

next business day if

September 14, 2020

falls on a Saturday,

Sunday or legal holi-

day.

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 PROVIDED

BY LAW IS NOT AF-

FECTED BY THIS AC-

TION.

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: January 28,

2020

ASSIGNEE OF

MORTGAGEE: Pen-

nyMac Loan Services,

LLC

Wilford, Geske & Cook

P.A.

Attorneys for Assignee

of Mortgagee

7616 Currell Blvd; Ste

200

Woodbury, MN

55125-2296

(651) 209-3300

File Number:

041671F02

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