Public Notices May 1, 2024c

NOTICE

LEADER COMMUNITY HALL BOARD

 

The Leader Community Hall Board will meet on Thursday, May 9, 2024 at 7:00 p.m. at the Hall. Rental rules will be discussed.

 

Mark Strom, Secretary

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todd county

NOTICE OF FILING FOR THE 2024 STATE GENERAL ELECTION

 

Notice is hereby given that a General Election will be held in Todd County on Tuesday, November 5, 2024 for the purpose of electing candidates for the Federal, State, Judicial, and County offices listed below. The filing period for the offices of United States Senator, United States Representative, State Representative, Chief Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, Judge of the Minnesota Court of Appeals, Judge of the District Court and County Offices begins at 8:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 21, 2024, and ends at 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 4, 2024.

The filing period for presidential elector candidates begins at 8:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 21, 2024 and ends at 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, August 20, 2024, for non-major political party candidates and independent candidates. The certification deadline for major political party presidential elector candidates is August 27, 2024.

Note: Filing offices will be closed Monday, May 27, 2024, in observance of Memorial Day. For presidential elector candidates, filing offices will be closed on Wednesday, June 19, 2024 in observance of the Juneteenth Holiday and Thursday, July 4, 2024, in observance of Independence Day.

The place of filing for Federal Offices is the Office of the Secretary of State, Veterans Services Building, 20 West 12th Street, St. Paul, MN 55155. The place of filing for State Offices is with the Office of the Secretary of State or with the County Auditor of the County in which the candidate resides.

Candidates for judicial office may file either with the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State or with the county auditor in the county where the candidate resides. A candidate filing for one of the Minnesota Court of Appeals seats that has been designated for one of the congressional districts must be a resident of that congressional district.

The filing place for County Offices is with the County Auditor.

Candidates may file in person or by mail, if the filing is received during the filing period. Candidates who will be absent from the state during the filing period and meet the requirements of Minnesota Statutes section 204B.09, subdivision 1a, may arrange to file during the seven days immediately preceding the candidate’s absence from the state.  This notice is sent based on current law.  Be aware that the Legislature and/or the Governor could make changes that affect some of these processes.  

This notice is provided pursuant to Minnesota Statutes section 204B.33. 

FEDERAL OFFICES

Presidential Electors (Ten)

United States Senator 

United States Representative for District 7

STATE LEGISLATIVE OFFICES

State Representative for District 05B

JUDICIAL OFFICES

Supreme Court Chief Justice

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court

-Seat 5

-Seat 6

Judges of the Court of Appeals

-Seat 2

-Seat 3 (2nd Congressional District)

-Seat 4

-Seat 6 (1st Congressional District)

-Seat 8

-Seat 12

-Seat 14 (8th Congressional District)

Seventh Judicial District Judges

-Seat 1

-Seat 5

-Seat 6

-Seat 7

-Seat 10

-Seat 16

-Seat 17

-Seat 20

-Seat 23

-Seat 29

COUNTY OFFICES

County Commissioner for District 1

County Commissioner for District 3 

County Commissioner for District 5 

Todd Soil & Water Conservation District    II Supervisor

Todd Soil & Water Conservation District   IV Supervisor

 

Witness my hand and 

official seal this 

26th day of April, 2024.

 

Denise Gaida, Todd County Auditor/Treasurer.

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wadena county

BOARD OF 

ADJUSTMENT

PUBLIC NOTICE

APPEAL FOR A 

VARIANCE

 

Notice is hereby given that on Thursday, the 16th day of May, 2024, at 7:00 p.m., in the Multi-purpose room of the Wadena County Courthouse, located at: 415 Jefferson Street S, Wadena, MN, the Board of Adjustment will hold a public hearing on the application of Ronald and Cheryl Martin, for a variance on property located at: 28406 Warner Rd., Staples, MN 56479 and described as: THE S 900’ OF THE S1/2 SW1/4 SEC 31 TWP 134 RNG 32, EXCEPT *** THAT PT OF THE SW1/4 SW1/4(A/K/A GOV LOT 5) OF SEC 31 TWP 134 RNG 32 DESC AS: COM AT THE IRON MONUMENT MARKING THE SOUTH 1/4 CORNER OF SEC 36 TWP 134 RNG 33; THN E ALONG S LINE OF SEC 36 TWP 134 RNG 33 AND THE S LINE OF SW1/4 SW1/4 (A/K/A GOV LOT 5) OF SEC 31 TWP 134 RNG 32 A DISTANCE OF 3505’ TO THE POB. THN N 740’; THN W 540’ MORE OR LESS TO THE CENTER OF HAYDEN BROOK(A/K/A HAYDEN CREEK) THAT GENERALLY RUNS NORTH & SOUTH THROUGH SW1/4 SW1/4;THN SOUTHEASTERLY ALONG CENTER LINE OF BROOK(CREEK) TO THE POINT OF INTERSECTION WITH THE S LINE OF THE SW1/4 SW1/4; THN EASTERLY ALONG THE S LINE OF SW1/4 SW1/4 (A/K/A GOV LOT 5) 265’ MORE OR LESS TO THE POB.AND FURTHER EXCEPTING***** THAT PART OF THE S1/2 SW1/4 LYING WESTERLY OF THE CENTER LINE OF HAYDEN BROOK(CREEK) IF INFACT THE CENTERLINE OF THE BROOK(CREEK) SHOULD BE LOCATED ANYWHERE IN THE S1/2 SW1/4. AND FURTHER EXCEPTING******* COM AT THE SW COR OF SE1/4 SW1 /4 OF SEC 31 TWP 134 RHN 32’; THN W ALONG THE S LINE OF SAID QUARTER 450’TO THE POB OF TRACT TO BE EXCEPTED. THN N 250’; THEN W 300’; THN S 250’ TO S LINE OF 1/4;THN E ALONG S LINE 300’ TO POB. **SUBJECT TO EASMENTS OF RECORD**; Section 31, Township 134 North, Range 32 West, Thomastown Township, located in an A-1 Transitional Agriculture District.

Application, if approved, would allow an additional split of a 1/4 1/4 Section of land.

All persons interested are invited to attend said hearing and be heard on this matter. An agenda for the meeting and associated materials can be found on the County website calendar at www.co.wadena.mn.us. Written correspondence must be received by the Wadena County Zoning Office, 415 Jefferson St. S., Room 234, Wadena, MN 56482 before close of business the day of the hearing in order to be accepted and must include the full name and address of the person sending the correspondence in order to be accepted for presentation to the Adjustment Board at the public hearing. The correspondence may be submitted in person, by U.S. Mail, or by e-mail to the Zoning Office but it MUST include the required information.

 

Wadena County

Board of Adjustment

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ISD #2170

School Board

meeting #14 

Mon., March 18, 2024, 

6 p.m. District Office

 

MINUTES

 

Call to Order

The meeting was called to order by Board Chair Winkels at 6:00 p.m.

Members Reese, Winkels, Reeck, Wright and Trout were present, comprising a quorum.  

Member Anderson was absent. Also present were Superintendent Tappe, Principal Ferdon, Principal Berg, Business Manager Hill, recording secretary Larson, Staples World Managing Editor Anderson  staff, students and members of the public. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. 

Motion by Wright, seconded by Anderson to adopt the agenda.  MC

Chair Winkels welcomed and recognized the public

School/Community Forum 

Presentation by current FFA Student Officers 

Presentation by FFA Alumni

Consent Agenda

Approve Minutes from the Feb. 26 Board Meeting 

Approve the hire of Kelsey Schmidt, JH Softball Coach

Approve the 2024-2025 Sacred Heart Agreement for provided services

Approve the fundraiser requests from Student Council

Approve the resignation of Melissa Wright, School Garden Assistant

Approve the hire of Ashley Orth, MS/HS Special Education Teacher

Approve the permission to post for the Elementary Principal position

Approve the FMLA request from Kelsie Tyrrell 

Approve the 2024-2025 EduTrak Food Service Software contract

Motion by Reese, seconded by Wright, to approve the consent agenda. MC

Donations and In-Kind Contributions

Motion by Reeck, seconded by Winkels, to approve Grants/Donations in the amount of $7,530. MC

Thank you to Leader Lions Club, SM Wrestling Boosters, Staples Lions Club, Paul Silbernick and SM Basketball Boosters for your generous donations.

Finance Items

Financial Report presented by Business Manager Hill

a. 2023-2024 Budget Review presented by Business Manager Hill

b. 2024-2025 Budget Review presented by Business Manager Hill

General Fund: $883,527.54   

Food Service: $61,292.13

Community Service: $22,722.03

Construction Fund: $716,573.52 

Debt Service: $0.00

Fund 45: $0.00

Fund 47: (CLOSED) $0.00

Motion by Reeck, seconded by Trout, to approve the February Disbursements. MC

General Fund: $1,130,855.52

Food Service: $ 101,770.41      

Community Service Fund: $18,798.52

Construction Fund: $511,917.04 

Debt Service Fund: $1,079.26

Fund 45: - $5,524.08

Fund 47 (CLOSED) $0.00         

Motion by Wright, seconded by Trout, to approve the February receipts. MC             

Cabinet Member Presentation

Presentation by Middle/High School - Principal Ferdon

Facilities

Facilities Update - Presented by Williams of ICS

Policy 

(Policy committee minutes 3-6-2024)

Motion by Reese, seconded by Reeck, to approve the review of policies with changes: Policy 416 - Drug and Alcohol Testing; Policy 416F - Drug and Alcohol Testing Form; Policy 714 - Fund Balances. MC

Motion by Wright, seconded by Trout, to approve the review of policies with minimal or no changes: Policy 404 - Employment Background Checks; Policy 405 - Veterans Preference-Hiring; Policy 407 - Employee Right to Know; Policy 508 - Extended School Year; Policy 521 - Student Disability Nondiscrimination; Policy 525 - Violence Prevention-Students & Staff; Policy 526 - Hazing Prohibition; Policy 530 - Immunization Requirements; Policy 530F - Immunization Form; Policy 704 - Fixed Assets; Employees setting off security alarms; Key Card Policy. MC

Approve the removal of Policy 530r - Staples’ Immunization Compliance.

Motion by Trout, seconded by Reese,  to approve the removal of Policy 530r - Staples’ Immunization Compliance. MC

Other

Motion by Reeck, seconded by Wright, to approve sealed bids for miscellaneous items. MC

Reports

School Board

FED  - None

Sourcewell - None

Other

Principals - Reports by Principal Ferdon and Principal Berg

Activities - Report by AD Lee

Superintendent - Report by Superintendent Tappe

SMEA - Report by VP Evans

Motion by Trout, seconded by Reeck, to adjourn the meeting at 7:08 p.m. MC

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Minutes of the Meeting of the Todd County Board of 

Commissioners held

April 2, 2024

 

Call to Order

Reginald Lambrecht addressed the County Board regarding the current mental health crisis situations in our communities.

Tammy Cebulla spoke regarding the request for Opioid funding and to request the County Board’s support of the LPGE Post Prom event.

Call to Order

The Todd County Board of Commissioners met in the Commissioner’s Board Room in the City of Long Prairie, MN on the 2nd day of April, 2024 at 9:03 a.m. The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Becker. The meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance. All Commissioners were present.

Approval of Agenda

On motion by Neumann and seconded  by Noska, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To adopt the agenda as presented with the addition of item 4.6 Thunder Lodge Liquor License.

Consent Agenda

On motion by Denny and seconded  by Noska, the following motions and resolutions were introduced and adopted by unanimous vote:

To approve the Todd County Board of Commissioner’s Meeting Minutes for March 19, 2024 as presented.

To approve the resignation of Jeremy Puff effective 02/25/2024.

To approve the resignation of Ariana Don effective 02/28/2024.

Hire Nathan Cossentine as Full Time Deputy start date TBD Grade 10 step 8 $35.02.

To hire Whitney Wilson to fill the open Care Coordinator position. Grade 10 Step 2, $28.91/hr. Start date: TBD

To approve an On Sale and Sunday Liquor License for Thunder Lodge, Inc at the address of 22056 US 71, Long Prairie, MN in Long Prairie Township effective April 1, 2024 through March 31, 2025.

Auditor-Treasurer

On motion by Byers and seconded  by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous rollcall vote: To approve the March 2024 Auditor Warrants number (ACH) 903967 through 904015 in the amount of $474,187.27 (Manual) 939 through 946 in the amount of $45,110.73 and (Regular) 242356 through 242455 in the amount of $318,284.69 for a total of $837,582.69.

On motion by Noska and seconded  by Denny, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous rollcall vote: To approve the Commissioner Warrants number (ACH) 403128 through 403150 in the amount of $15,344.09 and (Regular) 57877 through 57914 in the amount of $88,548.27 for a total of $103,892.36.

On motion by Byers and seconded  by Denny, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous rollcall vote: To approve the Health & Human Services Commissioner Warrants number (ACH) 805186 through 805216 and (Regular) 711750 through 711811 for a total of $117,148.19.

On motion by Denny and seconded  by Neumann, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous rollcall vote: To approve the Health & Human Services SSIS Warrants number (ACH) 601230 through 601235 and (Regular) 517769 through 517787 for a total amount of $20,216.50.

Hands of Hope Resource Center

On motion by Denny and seconded  by Byers, the following resolution was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: 

April 2024 Sexual 

Assault Awareness Month Proclamation

WHEREAS, Sexual Assault Awareness Month calls attention to the fact that sexual violence is widespread and impacts every person in every community, and;

WHEREAS, Sexual Assault Awareness Month aims to raise public awareness about sexual abuse, harassment, and assault and educate communities about how to be involved in prevention, and;

WHEREAS, this year’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month campaign theme, Building Connected Communities, calls on each of us to work together to prevent sexual abuse, harassment, and assault. We believe when anyone experiences sexual violence, every community member is affected, and;

WHEREAS, by striving to build more connected, respectful, and inclusive communities to promote our collective well-being and protect the risk of sexual violence, we believe all of our communities will be safer and stronger by making them more equitable for people of all gender identities and sexual orientations, races and ethnic backgrounds, ages, faiths, and abilities.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that we must strive to create strong, connected communities that take care of one another and make decisions to ensure the safety and well-being of others to end sexual violence, and;

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners does hereby proclaim April 2024 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month and to support and promote the Building Connected Communities campaign as an opportunity for our community to join with others around the world in committing to prevent sexual abuse, assault, and harassment. 

Great River Regional Library

Karen Pundsack, Amanda Wehrspann and Cathy Perish provided an updated of the 2023 Great River Regional Library activity for discussion with the County Board.

Ditch/Ag Inspector

On motion by Noska and seconded  by Denny, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: Acting as Ditch Authority, acknowledge receipt of a Hold Harmless Agreement petiton to clean a section of CD33 on parcels 20-0022800 & 20-0022600 - Reynolds Twp section 20.

Health & Human Services

On motion by Neumann and seconded  by Noska, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: Approve the identified Care Coordinator personnel.

On motion by Denny and seconded  by Byers, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: Approve the elimination of the Registered Nurse job description.

On motion by Byers and seconded  by Denny, the following resolution was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote:

A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING SUPPORT TO SEEK FUNDING FROM SOURCEWELL FOR MENTAL HEALTH CO-RESPONSE AND JAIL PROGRAM GROWTH IN REGION V

WHEREAS, Sourcewell, is providing community impact funding for the Counties in Region V that address mental health needs, and;

WHEREAS, the Social Service and Public Health agencies of Cass, Crow Wing, Morrison, Todd, and Wadena Counties work to help individuals in the midst of a mental health crisis,

WHEREAS, funding will aim to avoid continued law enforcement contacts, reduce officer call time, decrease involvement with the justice system including the County Attorney’s Office, and aim to reduce the strains on local Emergency Departments and;

WHEREAS, counties have been successful with co-response models in the community of collaborating with law enforcement on calls in real time and/or completing follow up visits after law enforcement has occurred, and;

WHEREAS, increased mental health programming in the jails counties has helped justice-involved individuals receive support, and;

WHEREAS, the continued demand and need for mental health services through law enforcement contact and in jails is increasing, and;

WHEREAS, counties have and are currently working on ways to meet the growing demand, and:

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Todd County Board of Commissioners approves the Sourcewell Community Impact funding application submitted by Todd County Health and Human Services on behalf of the Region V Counties to apply for Sourcewell’s Impact funding to develop and enhance our mental health co-response and jail programing to meet the needs in each county. 

On motion by Neumann and seconded  by Byers, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To voluntarily terminate the delegation agreement with the Minnesota Department of Health for its noncommunity public water systems as of April 30, 2024.

On motion by Denny and seconded  by Noska, the following motion was introduced and adopted by unanimous vote: To approve the Opioid Settlement funding request for Wellness in the Woods to provide peer support in the jail.

On motion by Byers, the Opioid Settlement funding request to LPGE post prom was tabled to gather further information from an auditing standpoint and from an itemization standpoint for potential revisit at the April 16th board meeting.

County Auditor-Treasurer’s Report

The County Auditor-Treasurer reported that the 2024 Property Tax Statements have been mailed, the annual audit continues with CLA and reminded that the TCDC Annual Dinner is happening on April 11th, 2024 and the Commissioners are all invited to attend.

County Attorney’s Report

The County Attorney is pleased with the interest in their open position and remaining steady with some high-profile casework.

County Coordinator’s Report

The County Coordinator has been meeting with many to learn about Todd County and projects in progress including TCDC, Facilities, Emergency Management, Extension and Expo building tour. The Coordinator also attended the AMC Leadership Summit.

County Commissioner’s Report

The Commissioners reported on meetings and events attended.

Commissioner Denny attended the Crow Wing Watershed, Prairie Lakes, Emergency Services, and GRRL meetings.

Commissioner Becker attended the Annual Feedlot, Facilities, Safety, Personnel, AMC Leadership Summit meetings.

Commissioner Noska was on vacation and has received calls regarding the new tax and valuation statements.

Commissioner Neumann attended the SRWD, CPT, Personnel, AMC Leadership Summit meetings.

Commissioner Byers attended the Facilities, Safety, AMC Leadership Summit meetings.

A reminder that the Osakis Lake Improvement District Public Hearing is coming up on April 16, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. at the Osakis School Auditorium.

Recess

Chairperson Becker recessed the meeting until April 16, 2024.

 

AUDITOR WARRANTS

VENDOR                      $ AMOUNT

EBSO INC $294,150.57 

HEALTH PARTNERS 

DENTAL $7,470.48 

ST CLOUD ACOUSTICS 

INC $ 3,984.00 

TODD CO AUD-TREAS $8,778.00 

VERIZON $6,965.45 

24 PAYMENTS LESS 

THAN $2,000 $18,665.84 

CENTRACARE HEALTH 

LONG PRAIRIE $12,109.12 

CLIFTON LARSONALLEN, 

LLP $5,670.00 

COUNTIES PROVIDING 

TECHNOLOGY $6,419.00 

FLEET SERVICES/WEX 

BANK $6,864.23 

LONG PRAIRIE OIL 

COMPANY $12,571.98 

LONG PRAIRIE SANITATION 

INC $4,863.62 

METRO SALES INC $2,466.23 

MN DEPT OF FINANCE $9,160.50 

MORRISON COUNTY $23,619.90 

PETERS LAW OFFICE, 

P.A. $8,624.00 

PRAIRIE LAKES MUNICIPAL 

SOLID WASTE $90,689.08 

SHIRLEY’S GAS & 

GROCERIES INC $3,920.49 

STEP $10,525.55 

VOYANT COMMUNICATIONS, 

LLC $3,430.63 

WIDSETH SMITH 

NOLTING INC $21,845.00 

WONDERLICH/

SCOTT A $6,908.00 

37 PAYMENTS LESS 

THAN $2,000 $12,560.11 

CENTERPOINT 

ENERGY $2,550.53 

CITY OF ST CLOUD $5,977.74 

GBS - HUMAN RESOURCES 

CONSULTING 

GROUP $9,825.00 

KANATI LAND 

MANAGEMENT $2,700.00 

METRO SALES INC $2,662.38 

MINNESOTA POWER $19,633.79 

MN DEPT OF FINANCE $6,098.00 

STAPLES ADVANTAGE $2,433.11 

TODD TRAILS 

ASSOCIATION $2,035.30 

YIPA $3,013.00 

40 PAYMENTS LESS 

THAN $2,000 $20,059.85 

CENTERPOINT 

ENERGY $4,907.65 

GALLAGHER BENEFIT 

SERVICES INC $2,000.00 

STANTEC CONSULTING 

SERVICES INC $3,001.77 

TODD CO AUDITOR-
TREASURER $87,043.88 

13 PAYMENTS LESS 

THAN $2,000 $6,268.18 

US BANK - CC $9,694.88 

MN DOR -A/T $29,836.27 

7 PAYMENTS LESS 

THAN $2,000 $5,579.58 

TOTAL: $837,582.69 

 

COMMISSIONER WARRANTS

VENDOR NAME            $ AMOUNT 

BRAATEN AGGREGATE 

INC $25,531.38 

CARGILL SALT 

DIVISION $31,105.56 

FORUM COMMUNICATIONS 

PRINTING $7,479.26 

LONG PRAIRIE 

LEADER $4,287.50 

MENCH/JAMES $7,755.00 

NATIONAL BUSINESS 

FURNITURE, LLC $2,629.90 

NUSS TRUCK & 

EQUIPMENT $2,400.96 

RINKE-NOONAN 

CORP LTD $2,075.00 

VIKING GARAGE 

DOOR CO $2,092.15 

WAGNER ELECTRIC 

LLC $2,023.58 

ZIEGLER INC $2,361.64 

50 PAYMENTS LESS 

THAN $2,000 $14,150.43 

Total: $103,892.36 

 

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES WARRANTS

VENDOR NAME        $   AMOUNT 

BUDGET HOST INN $2,152.20 

DHS - SWIFT $60,733.73 

GUDJONSSON/EINAR $2,400.00 

MINNESOTA POWER $2,280.97 

PERISH/ALAN $2,442.76 

SHI CORP $8,000.00 

US BANK $2,351.49 

86 PAYMENTS LESS 

THAN $2,000 $36,787.04 

Total: $117,148.19

 

VENDOR NAME           $ AMOUNT 

HOLISTIC FAMILY 

EDUCATION SRVS $2,599.95 

MERIDIAN SERVICES 

INC $2,162.94 

PRESBYTERIAN FAMILY 

FOUNDATION INC $2,017.99 

RESOURCE TRAINING 

AND SOLUTIONS $2,825.40 

21 PAYMENTS LESS 

THAN $2,000 $10,610.22 

Total: $20,216.50 

 

On a motion by Denny and seconded  by Noska, the preceding minutes of the County Board meeting held April 2, 2024 were duly approved by unanimous vote at the Todd County Board of Commissioners at the Regular Board Meeting held on April 16, 2024.

 

Witness my hand and seal:

/s/ on file

Barbara Becker, County Board Chairperson

/s/ on file

Denise Gaida, Todd County Auditor-Treasurer

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NOTICE OF FILING FOR THE 2024 STATE GENERAL ELECTION

 

Notice is hereby given that a General Election will be held in Todd County on Tuesday, November 5, 2024 for the purpose of electing candidates for the Federal, State, Judicial, and County offices listed below. The filing period for the offices of United States Senator, United States Representative, State Representative, Chief Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, Judge of the Minnesota Court of Appeals, Judge of the District Court and County Offices begins at 8:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 21, 2024, and ends at 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 4, 2024.

The filing period for presidential elector candidates begins at 8:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 21, 2024 and ends at 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, August 20, 2024, for non-major political party candidates and independent candidates. The certification deadline for major political party presidential elector candidates is August 27, 2024.

Note: Filing offices will be closed Monday, May 27, 2024, in observance of Memorial Day. For presidential elector candidates, filing offices will be closed on Wednesday, June 19, 2024 in observance of the Juneteenth Holiday and Thursday, July 4, 2024, in observance of Independence Day.

The place of filing for Federal Offices is the Office of the Secretary of State, Veterans Services Building, 20 West 12th Street, St. Paul, MN 55155. The place of filing for State Offices is with the Office of the Secretary of State or with the County Auditor of the County in which the candidate resides.

Candidates for judicial office may file either with the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State or with the county auditor in the county where the candidate resides. A candidate filing for one of the Minnesota Court of Appeals seats that has been designated for one of the congressional districts must be a resident of that congressional district.

The filing place for County Offices is with the County Auditor.

Candidates may file in person or by mail, if the filing is received during the filing period. Candidates who will be absent from the state during the filing period and meet the requirements of Minnesota Statutes section 204B.09, subdivision 1a, may arrange to file during the seven days immediately preceding the candidate’s absence from the state.  This notice is sent based on current law.  Be aware that the Legislature and/or the Governor could make changes that affect some of these processes.  

This notice is provided pursuant to Minnesota Statutes section 204B.33. 

FEDERAL OFFICES

Presidential Electors (Ten)

United States Senator 

United States Representative for District 7

STATE LEGISLATIVE OFFICES

State Representative for District 05B

JUDICIAL OFFICES

Supreme Court Chief Justice

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court

-Seat 5

-Seat 6

Judges of the Court of Appeals

-Seat 2

-Seat 3 (2nd Congressional District)

-Seat 4

-Seat 6 (1st Congressional District)

-Seat 8

-Seat 12

-Seat 14 (8th Congressional District)

Seventh Judicial District Judges

-Seat 1

-Seat 5

-Seat 6

-Seat 7

-Seat 10

-Seat 16

-Seat 17

-Seat 20

-Seat 23

-Seat 29

COUNTY OFFICES

County Commissioner for District 1

County Commissioner for District 3 

County Commissioner for District 5 

Todd Soil & Water Conservation District    II Supervisor

Todd Soil & Water Conservation District   IV Supervisor

 

Witness my hand and 

official seal this 

26th day of April, 2024.

 

Denise Gaida, Todd County Auditor/Treasurer.

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CANDIDATE FILING NOTICE

CASS COUNTY, MINNESOTA

NOTICE OF OFFICES TO BE VOTED FOR

AT THE STATE GENERAL ELECTION

 

The following is the notice of federal and state offices that will be voted for at the state general election to be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2024. The filing period for United States Senator, United States Representative, State Representative, Chief Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, Judge of the Minnesota Court of Appeals, Judge of the District Court, and County offices begins at 8:00 a.m., Tuesday, May 21, 2024, and ends at 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 4, 2024.

The filing period for presidential elector candidates begins at 8:00 a.m., Tuesday May 21, 2024, and ends at 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, August 20, 2024, for non-major political party candidates and independent candidates. The certification deadline for major political party presidential elector candidates is August 27, 2024.

Note: Filing offices will be closed Monday, May 27, 2024, in observance of Memorial Day. For presidential elector candidates, filing offices will be closed on Thursday, July 4, 2024, in observance of Independence Day.

The place of filing for federal offices is the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State, Veterans Services Building, 20 West 12th Street, St. Paul, MN 55155. The place of filing for state offices is with the Office of the Secretary of State or with the county auditor of the county in which the candidate resides.

Candidates may file in person or by mail if the filing is received during the filing period. Candidates who will be absent from the state during the filing period and meet the requirements of Minnesota Statutes section 204B.09, subdivision 1a, may arrange to file during the seven days immediately preceding the candidate’s absence from the state. This notice is sent based on current law. Be aware that the Legislature and/or Governor could make changes that affect some of these processes. This notice is provided pursuant to Minnesota Statutes section 204B.33.

Candidates for the following offices must file at the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State: FEDERAL OFFICES Ten Presidential Electors, One United States Senator and One United States Representative (One office per district, districts 1-8) District 8-Cass County)

Candidates for the following offices must file either at the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State or the office of the county auditor of the county in which they reside: STATE LEGISLATIVE OFFICES Cass County; One State Representative for each of Districts 2B, 5A, 5B, and 6A. JUDICIAL OFFICES Three seats Supreme Court; One seat Chief Justice (Natalie E. Hudson); Two seats Associate Justice - seat 5 (Anne K. McKeig), seat 6 (Karl Procaccini); Seven seats Court of Appeals-seat 2 (Jonathan P. Schmidt), seat 3 (Sarah Wheelock), seat 4 (Tracy M. Smith), seat 6 (Renee L. Worke), seat 8 (Keala C. Ede), seat 12 (Diane B. Bratvold), seat 14 (Elise L. Larson). Six seats Ninth Judicial District – seat 3 (David F. Hermerding), seat 7 (John G. Melbye), seat 9 (Heidi M. Chandler), seat 10 (Christopher J. Strandlie), seat 13 (Erik J. Askegaard), seat 24 (Annie P. Claesson-Huseby).

Candidates for the following offices must file at the Office of the Cass County Auditor-Treasurer: COUNTY OFFICES One County Commissioner four-year term for each of the following districts: Districts 2, 3, and 5; one Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor four-year term for each of nominating Districts 2, 3 and 4.

Candidates for city, township, school district and United Hospital District offices (without primaries) may file for office at the respective clerk’s office beginning July 30, 2024, through August 13, 2024.

 

/s/ Pamela Smith, Cass County Election Administrator

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Notice

Local Government Liquidation

TODD COUNTY

 

Todd County will be having an Online Auction to liquidate a few items with this Spring Liquidation sale.

Being sold are two (2) homes just west of the Court House to make room for a new parking lot. 

The homes will be offered either complete, or specific building materials to be removed before demo.

Also on the sale are two (2) garages and two (2) storage sheds in town as well.

Todd County Solid Waste will also be liquidating some roll-off containers, a trailer and front-end loader on the same sale.

Alexandria Auction Service will be hosting the sale and managing the terms and conditions for the sale.

Sale information can be found online at: www.alexauction.com

The sale will run online from May 1 to May 10, 2024 and then the items will need to be removed shortly after that. Check with your mover ahead of time before the sale ends. 

For more information, contact Marc at Alexandria Auction Service (320) 766-7218.

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ADVERTISEMENT)

 

NOTICE

TODD COUNTY

2024 CONCRETE BRIDGE PROJECT

 

Closing date: 

May 14, 2024

Sealed bids will be accepted until 10:00 a.m., May 14, 2024 by the Todd County Public Works Director/Engineer and County Auditor/Treasurer at 44 Riverside Drive, Long Prairie, Minnesota 56347 for the following construction projects:

SAP 077-614-022

This is an abbreviated advertisement. A full advertisement can be viewed by going to the Public Works website at https://egram.co.todd.mn.us/oneoffice/bidding.

 

Loren Fellbaum,

Todd County Public Works Director/Engineer

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Advertising Deadlines

Deadline for advertisements and copy is Friday, noon.

Staples World

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 100 Staples, MN 56479 Telephone: (218) 894-1112 - Fax: (218) 894-3570 Toll Free: 1-888-894-1112 E Mail: office@staplesworld.com; editor@staplesworld.com

Deadline: Friday, noon

 

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