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MINNESOTA SECRETARY OF STATE
CERTIFICATE OF ASSUMED NAME
Minnesota Statues Chapter 333
The filing of an assumed name does not provide a user with exclusive rights to that name. The filing is required for consumer protection in order to enable consumers to be able to identify the true owner of a business.
1. State the exact assumed name under which the business is or will be conducted: Bonniwell Electric Inc.
2. State the address of the principal place of business. 305 N First Street, PO Box 38, Darwin, MN 55324-0038
3. List the name and complete street address of all persons conducting business under the above Assumed Name or if an entity, provide the legal corporate, LLC, or Limited Partnership name and registered office address. Bonniwell Electric of Dassel Inc., 305 N First Street, PO Box 38, Darwin, MN 55324-0038
4. I certify that I am authorized to sign this certificate and I further certify that I understand that by signing this certificate, I am subject to the penalties of perjury as set forth in Minnesota Statutes section 609.48 as if I had signed this certificate under oath.
Date: 6/25/09
/s/ Patrick J. Hansen
President
Contact Person: Patrick Hansen
Phone: 320-275-2764
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch July 13 and 20, 2009.

UNOFFICIAL SCHOOL BOARD MINUTESI.S.D. #466, BOARD OF EDUCATION7:00 PM REGULAR BOARD MEETING, JUNE 25, 2009 DASSEL-COKATO BOARD ROOM
In partnership with our communities, Dassel-Cokato Public Schools will provide all learners opportunities designed to maximize their potential and promote lifelong learning.
Pursuant to due call and notice thereof, a regular meeting of the Board of Education of Independent School District No. 466 (Dassel-Cokato, Minnesota) was duly held in the Dassel-Cokato Board Room, Cokato, Minnesota, on Thursday, June 25, 2009.
Board Chairman Kevin Dahlman called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM.
The following members were present: Dahlman, Linder, Tormanen, Bender, McConkey and Bjork. The following were absent: none. Members of the administration and public were also present.
The meeting began with the pledge of allegiance.
Motion by Linder, seconded by Bender, accepting the agenda with the removal of Item 8.3 f from the consent agenda to be addressed after the Item 10.3. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Bjork, seconded by Tormanen, approving payment of bills as presented including payroll, hand payables and contingency totaling $2,578,732.64. Motion carried unanimously. (A complete list of bills is available from the District Office for review.)
Communications/Open Forum: None
Chairman Dahlman moved to Item 10.11 – Motion by Tormanen, seconded by Bender, approving an out of state trip to the FFA Nationals. FFA Advisor Glessing and an FFA member described the upcoming trip to the FFA National Convention to the board. Motion carried unanimously.
Curriculum Advisory Committee (CAC) Report: None
Technology Report: None
MAWSECO Report: Board Chairman Dahlman reported on the 6-23-09 MAWSECO meeting which included: end of year breakfast, staffing, budget, programming for 2009-10
Community Education Report: Vice Chair Tormanen reported on the 6-4-09 Community Education Advisory Council meeting which included: summer Charger Kids Club, summer community theatre, budget for 2009-10, reduction in EC activities due to budget reductions, approval of ability to hold meetings via telephone, fax, or e-mail if necessary.
Business Manager’s Report: Business Manager Palmer reported expenditures are in line with budget through the end of the fiscal year. Business Manager Palmer also reported based on the first MARSS submission for the fiscal year, enrollment is at 2,306. Subsequent submissions will take place
throughout the summer to correct errors. Business Manager Palmer reminded the board the budget for fiscal year 2008-09 was based on enrollment of 2,324.
Superintendent’s Report: Superintendent Powers reported on: hiring for 2009-10, district wide evaluations, and summer projects.
Activities / Community Education Director’s Report: Director Thinesen reported on: spring sports, Fine Arts Showcase, Athletic Banquet, capital needs, need for a head gymnastics coach, j.h. baseball and volleyball numbers, competitiveness, and weight room usage.
Motion by Linder, seconded by Bjork approving all consent items, which included approval of the minutes from the May 28, 2009 Regular Board Meeting and the June 8, 2009 Special Board Meeting. Wire transfers made on May 29th for $100,000 and $650,000, June 4th for $1,480,000, June 10th for $75,000 and June 15th for $465,000. Personnel Items: Employment of Richie Dahlberg as HS FOCUS Program EBD Teacher for 2009-2010, Employment of Kristin Ferris as MS Family and Consumer Science (FACS) Teacher, Employment of Christine Lawyer as Long Term Sub for Licensed School Nurse for 2009-2010, Employment of Vincent Pokornowski as .75 FTE DAPE Instructor for 2009-2010, Employment of Laura Zaske as First Grade Instructor at Cokato Elementary for 2009-2010, Employment of Gwen Rien as a Part-time Paraeducator for Special Needs at Dassel Elementary, Extended Employment of Jennifer Borg as HS Guidance Administrative Secretary for 2009-10, Employment of Cindy Gruhlke as Title One Paraeducator at Dassel Elementary, 9/8/2009, Employment of Kim Putnam as Special Education Paraeducator at Dassel Elementary, 9/8/2009, Retirement/Resignation of Paul Holmquist as part time custodian at the high school effective 6/30/2009, Retirement/Resignation of Loris VanHorn as Title I Paraeducator at Dassel Elementary effective 6/3/2009, Assignment of Lawrence Marquette as the Assistant FFA Advisor for 2009-2010, Approval of a lane changes for Karley Silverberg BA to BA+15, for Brian Westby BA to BA+15, for Jill Kittock from BA+60 to BA+75, Resignation of Lindsey Bessingpas as Head Gymnastics Coach, Request for approval of 12 weeks FMLA Leave for Valerie Impola from September 23, 2009 to December 16, 2009 approximately due to birth of new baby. Approve Transportation Contracts for Luhman and Volness. Motion carried unanimously.
Business Manager Palmer updated the board on state funding and the impact of the 73/23 shift imposed by Governor Pawlenty. The district will be able to cash flow without borrowing when the shift takes place.
Motion by Bender, seconded by Tormanen, approving sale of the vocational house for $29,750.00 plus sales tax to Larry Hendrickson. Business Manager Palmer reported that the cost for the house was $31,000.00. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Linder, seconded by McConkey, approving the 2009-10 capital plan with the understanding that the administration may add projects as necessary. Superintendent Powers reviewed the 2008-09 plan and previewed the projects included for 09-10. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Linder, seconded by Bjork, approving the 2009-10 fiscal year budget. Business Manager Palmer reviewed changes in the budget since the first reading on June 8, 2009. She and Superintendent Powers reviewed concerns with the ALC and the budget deficit projected for it following the 2009-10 school year. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Linder, seconded by Bender, approving the Employment of David Pennertz as .75 FTE Math Instructor at the ALC & High School for 09-10. This item was pulled out of the consent agenda for consideration after the budget was review and approved. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Tormanen, seconded by McConkey, approving the Attachment 99 Health and Safety Performance Criteria. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by McConkey, seconded by Bjork, approving Rob Nudell as the LEA Representative for Title Grants. Motion carried unanimously.
Principals Force, Nudell, Johnson, and Jennissen reported on third trimester absences in excess of eight in accordance with board policy.
Board members were asked if they had any nominations for the 09-10 CAC. There were none.
Motion by Bjork, seconded by Tormanen approving the following Health and Safety plans for the 2009-10 school year:
Asbestos (AHERA) Blood borne Pathogens Chemical Hygiene
Community Right to Know Compressed Gas Confined Spaces
Emergency Preparedness Employee Right to Know Fire Prevention
First Aid/CPR/AED Hazardous Waste Hearing Conservation
Lead in Water Lockout/Tagout Personal Protective Equipment
Playground Safety Radon Respiratory Protection
Safety Committee UST/AST Indoor Air Quality
Machine Guarding Electrical Safety Ergonomics
Aerial Lift Program
Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Bjork, seconded by McConkey, setting the 2009-10 graduation date for June 6, 2010 at 2:00 PM. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Bjork, seconded by McConkey, approving a student teaching agreement with South Dakota State University. Motion carried unanimously.
July 13th Special Board Meeting agenda was discussed. Review of 08-09 goals and OPEB Liability will be on the agenda.
Being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 9:12 PM.
Kevin Bjork, Clerk
This document is available in the following formats upon request: Braille, Large Print, Audio Cassette Tape, and Computer Disk. Please call (320-286-4100) for more information or to request a copy.
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch July 13, 2009.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGStockholm Township
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Monday, July 27, 2009 at 8:00 p.m. The Stockholm Board will hold a hearing at the Stockholm Township Hall, 15234 County Road 30 SW, Cokato, Minnesota to consider the Petition to vacate the following described road: Part of Rosewood Avenue in which the following owners have tracts of land the road passes over.
The recorded plat of Pleasant View Beach, Wright County, Minnesota Property ID’s:
Property ID: 218-011-000140
HOLLY R. ERICKSON, 17683 6th ST. SW, PO BOX 193, COKATO, MN 55321-0193
Deeded Acre: 0
Legal Discription: LTS14&15&TH PRT OF LT16DES COM AT MOST ELY COR STK LOC BET LTS15&16TH ALG ELY SD OF LT 16 25FT TH S56D51’W TO SHR OF LK TH NW LY TO LT LN OF LTS15&16TH ALG SD LT LNS TO POB PLEASANT VIEW BEACH.
Property ID: 218-000-062401
HOLLY R. ERICKSON, 17683 6th ST. SW, PO BOX 193, COKATO, MN 55321-0193
Deeded Acre: 0.4
Legal Discription: TH PRT OF GOV LT1 DES COM AT INT/SEC OF WTRS EDG OF COLLINWOOD LK&NWLY LN OF LT14 PLEASANT VIEW BCH TH N42D51’21”E ALG NWLY LN TO NLY MOST COR OF SD LT14 TH CONT N42D51’21”E 66FT TO POB TH CONT N42D 51’21”E 17.97 FT TO SLY R/W OF TWP RD TH S88D17’E ALG SLY R/W LN OF SD TWP RD 196.26FT TH S 1D43’W 132.82FT TH S56D51’W 73.77FT TO NELY R/W LN OF ROSEWOOD AV TH N32D38’47”W ALG SD NELY R/W LN 100.23FT TH N 42D25’W ALG SD NELY R/W LN 120.31FT TO POB &TERM.
Property ID: 218-011-000130
ELDON M & GLORIA FONTANA, 5425 3RD AVE S, MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55419
Deeded Acre: 0
Legal Discription: N/A.
Property ID: 218-011-000160
Taxpayer Name & Address:
CHRISTOPHER J & ANGELA ARMSTRONG, 824 MARTINGALE DR, NORWOOD, MN 55368
Deeded Acre: 0
Legal Discription: LT16 EX PRT DES IN BK191-220(000140).
Property ID: 218-014-002010
Taxpayer Name & Address:
ELDON M & GLORIA FONTANA, 5425 3RD AVE S, MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55419
Deeded Acre: 0
Legal Discription: N/A.
Reason for petition: To vacate part of Rosewood Avenue
If you do not attend the Hearing or submit a written comment it will be assumed that you have no objections to the proposal. If there are any questions, please contact the Clerk or Zoning Advisor.
Zoning Advisor-320-286-2260
Clerk-320-286-5087
Diane Johnson
Stockholm Township Clerk
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch July 13, 20, and 27, 2009.

CENTRAL MN COUNCIL ON AGING
In accordance with Federal Regulation (45 CFR 1321.17 (F) 14), the
Central MN Council on Aging (CMCOA)
is allowed to submit a proposal to the MN Board on Aging (MBA) to transfer Title III-B (Supportive Service) funds to the Area Plan Administration for Program Development and Coordination Activities (PD&C) that will have direct and positive impact on the enhancement of services for older person in the Central region of MN. The CMCOA will be holding a Public Hearing on its area plan on 8/19/09 at 10:00 a.m. at CMCOA.
The AAA is proposing to use $127,432 in Title III-B direct service funds to pay for the PD&C Activities during 2010 as a cost of Area Plan administration. The MBA policy allows up to 25% of these funds to be used for this purpose. The proposed amount represents 25% of the AAA’s new Title III-B direct service allotment. The area plan may be viewed at and comments sent to CMCOA, 1301 W. St. Germain St., Suite 101, St. Cloud, MN 56301 by 8/27/09.
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch July 13, 2009.

PUBLIC NOTICE City of Darwin Hearing to Consider Proposed Vacation of613 North First Street
The Darwin City Council will conduct a public hearing for consideration on the vacation of that part of the southerly 3.00 feet of Eugene Street, as dedicated on the plat of Town of Darwin as of public record in the office of the Meeker County Recorder, that lies between the northerly extension of the east line of Lot 1, Block 6 in said plat and the northerly extension of the west line of Lot 3, Block 6.
This vacation is also to include any rights the public may have gained though long use on the north 75 feet of Lots 1, 2 and 3 of said Block 6.
This public hearing will be held during the City Council meeting on July 21st at 7:00 pm. All interested parties are encouraged to attend the meeting if they wish to be heard.
This public hearing is duly called by order of the Darwin City Council.
Paula Drahos
Clerk/Treasurer
City of Darwin
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch July 13 and 20, 2009.

Meeker County Board of Commisioners
The Meeker County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on June 2, 2009, at the Meeker County Courthouse, in the City of Litchfield, Minnesota. Call to order was at 8:30 a. M. by Chair Amy Wilde.
Present: Commissioners - Wally Strand, Jim Swenson, Amy Wilde, Dave Gabrielson, and Roney Kutzke, County Auditor Barbara Loch and County Administrator Paul Virnig.
Meeting opened with Pledge of Allegiance.
Motion by Swenson, seconded by Strand to approve the minutes for May 5, 12 and 19, 2009, as printed. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Gabrielson, seconded by Kutzke to approve agenda as printed. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Swenson, seconded by Strand to approve leave-of-absence for Lisa Horn, Public Health Educator, starting on June 29 through August 31, 2009. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Strand, seconded by Gabrielson to accept resignation effective May 24, 2009, and approve severance payment for Tanya Dotseth. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Gabrielson, seconded by Kutzke to approve part-time employment for Radio Technicians, Dustin Celander and Chad Beavers, effective June 2, 2009. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Swenson, seconded by Strand to approve part-time employment for Correctional Officer - Robert Hastings, effective June 2, 2009, contingent on completing pre-hire requirements.
Motion by Gabrielson, seconded by Swenson to accept resignation from Cindy Mohr, full-time Jail Secretary, effective June 23, 2009, and approve request to advertise position. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Strand, seconded by Gabrielson to approve request by Sheriff to sell unused 2002 Crown Victoria transport car and older squad car. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Gabrielson, seconded by Swenson to accept Federal Boat & Water Safety Supplement Grant in the amount of $34,570, effective July 1, 2009 through September 14, 2009. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Strand, seconded by Gabrielson to approve accounts payable as follows:
General Revenue Fund$33,637.33
Road & Bridge Fund34,518.03
County Parks Fund2,196.81
Solid Waste-Transfer Station 9.50
County Nurse Fund2,493.29
Family Services Bldg Fund2,284.51
Capital Projects Fund6,950.00
Ditch Fund8,453.40
Hospital Fund607,188.74
Elan Credit Card:
General Revenue Fund$416.78
Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Swenson, seconded by Kutzke to approve payment of 2009 second half appropriations. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Strand, seconded by Swenson to approve payment of financial audit costs for HRA and reimburse HRA upon receipt of copy of billing. Motion carried unanimously.
With no further business, motion by Gabrielson, seconded by Strand, the board adjourned at 9:35 a. M. The next meeting of the County Board will be on June 9, 2009, at 8:30 a. M. in the County Board Meeting Room, Meeker County Courthouse.The above minutes are subject to revision or change. The Official minutes of the Commissioner’s Proceedings are on file in the County Auditor’s Office and may be reviewed during normal business hours, M-F, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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The Meeker County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on June 9, 2009, at the Meeker County Courthouse, in the City of Litchfield, Minnesota. Call to order was at 8:30 a.m. by Chair Amy Wilde.
Present: Commissioners - Wally Strand, Jim Swenson, Amy Wilde, Dave Gabrielson, and Roney Kutzke, County Auditor Barbara Loch and County Administrator Paul Virnig.
Meeting opened with Pledge of Allegiance.
Motion by Swenson, seconded by Gabrielson to approve printed agenda. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Gabrielson, seconded by Swenson to acknowledge the Hospital board report for June. Gary Sogge, Chief Financial Officer did report. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Kutzke, seconded by Strand to approve conditional use permits, as recommended by the Planning Commission, for Don Rettman to move more than the maximum allowed cubic yards of material to construct a new dwelling and create a walkout basement with conditions as outlined; Todd & Ann Lemke to construct a 10 KW turbine wind tower facility on a one hundred forty-two foot tower for personal use with conditions as outlined; Duane Holker, PID #13-0284000, to re-construct a barn on an existing Class B feedlot in an A-1 Agricultural Preservation District to a capacity of less than 500 animal units. The feedlot shall consist of a 32’ x 124’ milking parlor, milk room and holding pen with a maximum capacity of 499 animal units with conditions as outlined; Stuart Trehus to move in a used manufactured home that was constructed more than five years ago into a A-1 Agricultural Preservation District with conditions as outlined; Gene Schmidt & Sons to operate a feedlot consisting of one total confinement barn (80’ x 200’) that will house 149 dairy cows (208.6 AU), one total confinement barn (40’ x 80’) will house 100 heifers (70 AU), calf huts for 102 calves (20.4 AU). Total animal unit capacity maximum is 299 AU with conditions as outlined; and, Tim Roberg to construct a new Class A feedlot in an A-1 Agricultural Preservation District that shall consist of 400’ x 76’ brooder barn for turkeys with a maximum of animal units, site conditions as outlined. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Wilde, seconded by Gabrielson to approve final plat of Island View for Josse Utecht located in North 375 feet of East 724 feet of the South half of the southwest quarter of Collinwood Township.Motion carried unanimously.
The County Board reviewed the 2008 Annual Highway Report.
Annual Highway Road Tour was set for July 14, 2009.
Motion by Swenson, seconded by Gabrielson to approve transfers for Public Health $187,896.50 and Park $91,613. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Strand, seconded by Gabrielson to approve one-day 3.2 “On Sale” license for American Legion for September 20th event at Fairgrounds. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Gabrielson, seconded by Strand to approve renewal of “On and Off Sale” liquor license for Bonfire Bar and Grille, 16818 MN Hwy 22, Litchfield MN. Motion carried unanimously.
With no further business, motion by Gabrielson, seconded by Swenson, the board adjourned at 9:45 a.m. The next meeting of the County Board will be on June 16, 2009, at 10:00 a.m. in the County Board Meeting Room, Meeker County Courthouse.
The above minutes are subject to revision or change. The Official minutes of the Commissioner’s Proceedings are on file in the County Auditor’s Office and may be reviewed during normal business hours, M-F, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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The Meeker County Board of Commissioners met in regular session on June 16, 2009, at the Meeker County Courthouse, in the City of Litchfield, Minnesota. Call to order was at 10:00 a.m. by Chair Amy Wilde.
Present: Commissioners - Wally Strand, Jim Swenson, Amy Wilde, Dave Gabrielson, and Roney Kutzke, County Auditor Barbara Loch and County Administrator Paul Virnig.
Meeting opened with Pledge of Allegiance.
Motion by Swenson, seconded by Kutzke to approve printed agenda making addition to consider revolving loan change for Vision Processing. Motion carried unanimously.
The following employees were recognized for years of service:
Joseph Provencher - Highway Department - five years
Brian Cruze - Sheriff’s Department - 15 years
Ilene Nelsen - Public Health - 30 years
Marland Meyer - Highway Department - 35 years
Holly Kovarik - Sauk River Watershed District Annual Report
Motion by Kutzke, seconded by Swenson to approve purchase of New Holland H6740 Rotary Disk Mower from low quote Schlauderaff Equipment, Inc., Litchfield, for a price of $3,141.75 including trade, sales tax not included. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Gabrielson, seconded by Kutzke to approve re-capping revolving loan at $150,000 for Vision Processing Technologies with a ten-year payment plan, five-year balloon, and 4.5% interest rate. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Gabrielson, seconded by Strand to acknowledge “confession of judgment” as method of payment on delinquent taxes for Clint Matteson. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Strand, seconded by Gabrielson to approve accounts payable as follows:
General Revenue Fund$153,585.57
Road & Bridge Fund51,094.43
County Parks Fund5,262.56
Solid Waste-Transfer Station3,564.22
County Nurse Fund10,490.96
Family Services Bldg Fund1,606.70
Ditch Fund12,477.36
Hospital Fund1,341,363.47
Elan Credit Card:
General Revenue Fund$2,016.85
County Nurse Fund1,471.02
Family Services Bldg Fund79.72
Motion carried unanimously.
With no further business, motion by Strand, seconded by Gabrielson, the board adjourned at 10:55 a.m. The next meeting of the County Board will be on July 7, 2009, at 8:30 a.m. in the County Board Meeting Room, Meeker County Courthouse.
The above minutes are subject to revision or change. The Official minutes of the Commissioner’s Proceedings are on file in the County Auditor’s Office and may be reviewed during normal business hours, M-F, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch July 13, 2009.