Notice of Hearing
Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 368.01, Subd. 25, notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of the Town of Corinna Wright County, Minnesota, will hold a public hearing on July 5, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Hall to consider vacating the portions of the public road legally described as follows:
See Exhibit A attached.
A copy of the Proposed Resolution is attached to this Notice as Exhibit B.
Any person wishing to be heard concerning this matter may make comments to the Board at this time.
Mary Barkley Brown
PROPOSED ROADWAY VACATION DESCRIPTION:
That part of the 20.00 foot wide strip of land dedicated as a road on the recorded plat of DE-O-NA-GA-NO POINT, Wright County, Minnesota, which lies within Lot 30 said DE-O-NA-GA-NO POINT.
Proposed Resolution 2017-08 Vacating Road
Whereas, pursuant to the petition of a majority of the owners of land abutting the road proposed to be vacated, the Town Board by resolution adopted June 6, 2017, called for a public hearing to consider vacating the portion of public road legally described as follows:
See Exhibit A attached.
Whereas, pursuant to two weeks published and posted notice and pursuant to ten days mailed notice to each property owner affected by the proposed vacation, a public hearing was held on July 5, 2017, at a regular meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the Town of Corinna at the Town Hall to consider the vacation;
Whereas, it appears in the interest of the public to vacate the portion of the road as petitioned for;
Now Therefore, be it resolved by the Board of Supervisors of the Town of Corinna, Minnesota, that:
1. The portions of the public road legally described as follows:
See Exhibit A attached.
are hereby vacated.
2. The Clerk is directed to prepare a Notice of Completion of these proceedings.
Adopted this 5th day of July, 2017.
Town of Corinna
REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
MONDAY, JUNE 12, 2017
MAPLE LAKE, MN
Members Present: Joe Paumen, Shelly Liljequist, Bill Neumann and Chris Paumen
Members Not Present: Shelley McAlpine, Joe Mavencamp and Richard Thomas
Others Present: Mark Redemske, David Hansen, Andrew Sawatzke, Maureen Donohue and Katie Friedman
1. Call meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. “District #881 is proud of”
A. Staff Awards
1. Staff of the Year Awards winners Jackie Wurm and Christine Schultz
2. Educational Support Staff winners Suzee Schaunaman, Bobbi Klimek and Heather Haney
3. Leadership in Educational Excellence Award winners Adam Ronnenberg, Holly Schrupp, Mike Hojnacke and Leah Roske
4. Central Minnesota Coaches of the Year Ben Youngs and Marty Keibel
B. Maple Lake High School softball team players and coaches for winning the Central Minnesota Conference Championship, Section 5AA Championship and MSHSL State Tournament Runner-Up
C. Maple Lake High School baseball team players and coaches for winning the Central Minnesota Conference Championship, Section 5AA Championship and qualifying for the MSHSL State Tournament
D. Maple Lake High School track athletes who qualified/placed in the MSHSL State Track Meet:
1. Catie Fobbe – discus throw
2. Maggie Larson – triple jump (7th place)
3. Brynn Paumen – high jump (4th place)
4. Aaron Reese – 110 meter hurdles (8th place)
5. Tyler Cranston – pole vault
4. Recognition of visitors: Amy Voigt, Vicki Grimmer, Eric Meyer and Tanya Malwitz
5. M/S Neumann/Liljequist – Approve the Agenda for the regular school board meeting held on Monday, June 12, 2017. Motion carries 4-0.
6. M/S C. Paumen/Liljequist – Approve the Consent Agenda for the regular school board meeting held on Monday, June 12, 2017. Motion carries 4-0.
7. Open Forum: None
8. Unfinished Business
A. M/S C. Paumen/Neumann – Motion to approve the Alternative Delivery of Specialized Instructional Services (ADSIS) Program as presented by Amy Voigt. Voigt summarized the number of students using services at 64 total students K-9. Voigt said the grant was written and approved to include hiring a high school para, but we will wait to see total needs of the SPED department before filling the position. Voigt said the program is continually being monitored in both buildings and looking for areas of improvement. Motion carries 4-0.
B. M/S Liljequist/C. Paumen – Motion to approve an ad in the 2017-2018 Community Guide. Vicki Grimmer said the guide has been done annually for the last decade and is a great resource for the community for all that is Maple Lake. The Messenger offered the district a full page color ad at the discounted black and white price of $635. Motion carries 4-0.
C. M/S Neumann/Liljequist – Motion to approve a resolution to dissolve the existing cooperative sponsorship for boys hockey with Annandale and Monticello to enter into a new cooperative sponsorship with Monticello High School beginning in the 2017-2018 season. Roll call vote: All yes. Motion carries 4-0.
D. M/S C. Paumen/Neumann – Motion to approve a resolution to enter into a cooperative sponsorship for boys hockey with Monticello High School beginning in the 2017-2018 season. Roll call vote: All yes. Motion carries 4-0.
E. M/S C Paumen/Liljequist – Motion to approve a resolution for membership in the Minnesota State High School League for 2017-2018. Roll call vote: All yes. Motion carries 4-0.
F. M/S Liljequist/C. Paumen – Motion to approve Policy 533 – Wellness. Motion carries 4-0.
G. M/S Neumann/C. Paumen – Motion to approve Blue Cross Blue Shield as the health insurance company covering our support staff, confidential staff and administration beginning on October 1, 2017 and the Public Employees Insurance Program for our teachers through December 31, 2017. Motion carries 4-0.
H. M/S C. Paumen/Neumann – Motion to approve renewing the district’s property/casualty insurance through the Minnesota Insurance Scholastic Trust (MIST) for the 2017-2018 school year at a cost of $45,957.69. Motion carries 4-0.
I. M/S C. Paumen/Liljequist – Motion to approve renewing the district’s workers comp insurance through Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. for the 2017-2018 school year at $51,954.00. Motion carries 4-0.
J. M/S Neumann/Liljequist – Motion to approve a resolution for the Wright Technical Center’s long-term facility maintenance program budget and authorizing the inclusion of a proportionate share of those projects in the district’s application for long-term facility maintenance revenue in the amount of $9,525.00. Roll call vote: All yes. Motion carries 4-0.
K. M/S Liljequist/C. Paumen – Motion to approve the use of either U.S. Postal Service or email to send out the food service, transportation and back to school materials. Motion carries 4-0
L. May 31, 20.17 Enrollment Figures: 852.5
9. New Business
A. M/S Neumann/J. Paumen – Motion to renew our membership in Schools for Equity in Education for the 2017-18 school year at a cost of $2,121.39. Motion carries 4-0.
B. First reading of the following policies: 303,405, 414, 425, 509, 513, 515 and form, 524, 525, 701, 805 and 806.
C. M/S Liljequist/C. Paumen – Motion to direct the district office to pay all bills through the end of fiscal year 2017 to be formally approved by the Maple Lake School Board at its July meeting. Motion carries 4-0.
D. Redemske presented information on a potential operating and capital project levy referendum on November 7, 2017.
10. Representative Reports
A. District Leadership Team – Redemske said last meeting approved the annual report and discussed late starts and workshop days.
B. Meeker and Wright Special Education Cooperative – Redemske said they finished upstrategic planning and are now hiring for multiple positions.
C. Schools for Equity in Education – Redemske reported Tom Melcher from MDE talked about the legislative session. The meeting concluded with discussion on Community Education programming.
D. Wright Technical Center – Director Ray Przekurat is resigning to accept a Superintendent position in Wisconsin. The WTC board and superintendents will meet this week to discuss a replacement.
E. Elementary School – Sawatzke reported May had NWEA testing. Overall test scores appear to be up in grades 3-6 in both reading and math based on raw data. Kindergarten and grade 6 graduations took place in May. Staffing is currently the top priority.
F. High School – Hansen said they awarded over $41,000 in local scholarships on Senior Awards Night. The senior class had 76 graduates. Scheduling for grades 7-12 continues. The MCA scores are to be released by the end of July. The school continues to be busy with band, sports camps, driver education and Summer Academy.
11. Committee Reports-None
A. Licensed Staff Committee-TBD
13. Other Business
A. Thank-You Notes
B. Upcoming Meetings:
1. Schools for Equity in Education at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 in Cokato
2. MAWSECO Board Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 in Howard Lake 3. Wright Tech Center Board Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 in Buffalo
4. Regular School Board Meeting in May at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, July 10, 2017 in the Board Room
C. Miscellaneous Information:
1. Chamber of Commerce Meeting at 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 5, 2017
14. M/S Liljequist/C Paumen – Motion to close the meeting to discuss contract negotiations at 8:17 p.m. Motion carries 4-0. Meeting reopened at 9:05 a.m.
15. M/S C. Paumen/Neumann – Motion to adjourn at 9:06 p.m. Motion carries 4-0.