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February 3rd, 2016

City of Glencoe - Advertisement for Bids

DOCUMENT 00 11 13
Advertisement for Bids
Armstrong Avenue 
Improvements Project
Glencoe, Minnesota
SEH No. GLENC 128000
SAP Nos. SAP 226-105-001 
and 226-115-001

McLeod County - County Ditch No. 26 & 27

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
In the matter of County Ditch No. 26 and 27 repair project.
WHEREAS, on the 7th day of April, 2015 SEH, Inc. was appointed as the Engineer in said proceedings and ordered to examine said drainage systems and make a repair report and file a report thereon, and with the office of the County Auditor-Treasurer of McLeod County, and

Order for Relief - Hodges vs. Graham

STATE OF MINNESOTA
County of MCLEOD
DISTRICT COURT
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Case Type: Harassment
Court File Number: 43-CV-15-1873
Notice of Issuance of 
Harassment
Order for Relief by Publication
Barbara K. Hodges

Foreclosure - Nix

15-102428
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE 
FORECLOSURE SALE
THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in the conditions of the following described mortgage:
DATE OF MORTGAGE: November 12, 1997

Foreclosure - Abraham

NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE
THE RIGHT OF VERIFICATION OF THE DEBT AND IDENTITY OF THE ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that default has occurred in conditions of the following described mortgage:
MORTGAGOR: John Paul Abraham, a single person
MORTGAGEE: Equity One, Inc.

Probate - Rannow

STATE OF MINNESOTA
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT
PROBATE DIVISION
DISTRICT COURT
COUNTY OF MCLEOD
Court File Number: 43-PR-16-51
Estate of
     Florence Mary Rannow,
     a/k/a, Florence M. Rannow 

Chasing after a plastic tumbleweed

McLeod County Solid Waste Coordinator called an upward trend in the use of plastics in agriculture a “plastic tumbleweed” that we have to chase after.
It isn’t just ag plastics, and Young’s words aren’t just an analogy. Look down any residential street these days, and you don’t see newspaper and an occasional tin can blowing around. It’s plastic bags from the big-box retailers and grocers, and plastic pop bottles.

Reasons for travel, increased levy don’t add up

 To the Editor:
I would like to reply to McLeod County Commissioner Paul Wright’s letter from Jan. 17.
First, a wrongful statement was made indicating that a direct quote of “packed house” was used. This is not a true claim. However, I’m willing to let that go and settle on a more neutral “well attended” statement for the Truth in Taxation meeting, if the commissioner is willing to meet me halfway to tone things down and to move ahead.

It’s time to stop Morningside extension project

To the Editor:
Because of the timeline of this issue, an effort needs to be made in stopping the Morningside extension project.
Although it has been sitting idle for over 15 years, it is suddenly back on the books and recently passed by our City Council (by one vote). This project will be using about $3.5 million of tax monies. Not only is there not a need, but the expense for approximately 21⁄2 blocks of street that will border a park, cross a vacated dump and run through a wetland is problematic and not necessary.

Where is due process on trail paving?

To the Editor:
What is the agenda?
I was amazed to see the outright lack of due process or common sense when it comes to the process of pushing through the expansion of paved bike trails in District 1.
We have a commissioner from District 4, Sheldon Nies, choosing a committee member who lives in commissioner District 1 for the McLeod County Trails Committee to represent his District 4. Anybody else see a conflict here? Would that not fall to Commissioner Ron Shimanski to select for his own District 1?