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December 9th

City of Browntwon Minutes - 11/1/16

City of Brownton
Brownton City Council Meeting
November 1, 2016
- Mayor Schwarze called the Meeting to order.
- Resident John Baumgartner questioned Council about overflow parking for the apartments.  Council approved Temporary Overnight Parking Only back of the Civic Center by the playground and also in the ballpark lot.  

Articles of Organization

Articles of
Organization
Minnesota Limited Liability
Company
Articles of Organization
Article I – Name of Limited Liability Company
Gils Loft LLC
ARTICLE 2 – REGISTERED OFFICE AND AGENT(S), IF ANY AT THAT OFFICE:
Name: Lindsey Marie Haataja
Address: 2503 US Highway 212.
Plato, MN 55370 5537 USA
ARTICLE 3 – DURATION:
PERPETUAL
ARTICLE 4 – ORGANIZERS:
Name: Lindsey Marie Haataja
Address: 2503 US Highway 212,
Plato, MN 55370 USA

Assumed Name

Assumed Name
Certificate of Assumed Name
ASSUMED NAME: Geurts Tax and Business Services
PRINICIPAL LACE OF BUSINESS: 200 1st Ave N., Lester Prairie, MN 55354 USA
NAMEHOLDER(S):  KIMBERLY M. GEURTS   200 1ST Ave N, Lester Prairie, MN 55354

December 7th

Matmen sixth in opener

Impressive opening week for GSL girls

GSL Knowledge Bowl teams place 3rd, 12th, at Chaska meet

Living Nativity planned at Oak Leaf Park Dec. 17

Elf workshop

GSL Knowledge Bowl teams place 3rd, 12th, at Chaska meet

Glencoe-Silver Lake’s (GSL) Knowledge Bowl teams had a fantastic end to the 2015-2016 season: they had two teams at the state meet, who finished in second and sixth places. While a few of the students on those two teams graduated, many remain, so GSL has an undeniably good base of knowledge and skills to build on for the new season. All the same, the first meet of the season brings interesting questions: How speedy and knowledgeable are other teams? Are we still fast enough to compete on a high level? What is the best mix of students on each team for good results?

City of Stewart buys used street sweeper

The Stewart City Council, at a special meeting Tuesday, Nov. 29, authorized the purchase of a used street sweeper for its maintenance department.
The City Council considered three different proposals, and voted to purchase a 2002 Elgin Pelican P that had 4,890 hours and 16,916 miles on it. The asking price was $35,000, but with a trade-in value of $12,000 on the city’s current sweeper, the net price was $23,000.