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Solid Ground: 30 years of bringing homeless home BY SARA MARIE MOORE VADNAIS HEIGHTS EDITOR

There are about 37,000 rental units in the Twin Cities that are considered affordable to very low-income families, but 109,000 families who need them. Solid Ground, a supportive housing agency based in White Bear Lake, aims to decrease that gap. It works with homeless families referred to them in Washington and Ramsey counties. “All the families we serve have experienced homelessness or were at imminent risk,” said Trisha Cummins Kauffman, the organization’s executive director. Many, but not all, have experienced domestic violence. The nonprofit organization has two transitional housing sites — one near Century Avenue in White Bear Lake and another in Maplewood specifically for veteran families. It also has scattered-site transitional housing in Washington and Ramsey counties. Solid Ground provides a portion of the rent. It works with landlords across the area and tries to place families near where they were previously living so the children’s education is not disrupted. In 2018, Solid Ground housed 82 families (107 adults and 190 children) through its five programs, according to its annual report. In White Bear Lake at East Metro Place, it has 20 transitional housing units (for up to two years) and 14 permanent units, Kauffman said. All residents have leases; rent is 30 percent of income and the rest is subsidized through Section 8. Still, Solid Ground wishes it could do more. In Washington County, there is a yearlong waiting list for a housing provider such as Solid Ground. The agency’s biggest challenge is finding developers or landlords that are willing to work with low-income families. “Discriminating against Section 8 is discriminating against poor families,” Kauffman noted. The families who go through their program are given tenant training and landlords shouldn’t be nervous — it’s a guarantee that rent will be paid. Still, the nonprofit has received great support from the community. Solid Ground receives about one-third of its funding from the government, one-third

Water Gremlin speaks out about pollution investigation BY DEBRA NEUTKENS EDITOR

WHITE BEAR TOWNSHIP — A spokesman for Water Gremlin, the manufacturer sidelined for chemical emissions infractions, wants the community to know they are working to make things better. “Water Gremlin has been here for 70 years. We’ve always pictured ourselves to be responsible environmental stewards,” professed Carl Dubois, vice president of international manufacturing.

“When we got the information at the most senior levels that we have a historical emissions problem, we were mortified. We are responsible and we accept accountability for it. Most importantly, we’ve committed to doing everything to make it right.” Part of that commitment has been finding an alternative solvent for the company’s battery terminal coating process. On March 1, Water Gremlin SEE WATER GREMLIN, PAGE 8A

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Grant celebrates 10th year of rolling rural tradition A young spectator scoops up some candy as some of the dozens of entries in the Grant Heritage Days Tractor Parade roll along Lofton Avenue near the Gasthaus Bavarian Hunter restaurant Saturday, Sept. 7. It was the 10th year of the annual event that, along with tractors, is also open to a variety of other vehicles including bicycles, vintage cars, construction equipment and firetrucks.

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A vintage photo from the 1920s shows Henry Auger in the shop with his brother and what appear to be a couple of Ford Model Ts. The bench and vise on the left are still in use today.

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Auger’s Garage celebrates 100 years of automotive service

White Bear Press file photos from 2014 show Paul Auger and his grand daughter Campbell diagnosing a vehicle repair, above, and a couple of Friday morning “Koffee Klatch” visitors playing a board game while discussing the issues and news of the day.

Above: Current employees Joe Anderson and Dan Theisen and Paul Auger pose in the shop at Auger’s Garage last week. One of the oldest family-owned and operated businesses in White Bear Lake, the auto repair shop will be celebrating 100 years of operation with an open house on Friday, Sept 13 from 12 to 5 p.m. The event, sponsored by NAPA Auto Parts, will feature food, beverages, door prizes and reminiscing. The shop is located at the corner of Bald Eagle Avenue and Fourth Street.

Festival part of playground benefit in memory of infant son BY LORETTA HARDING CONTRIBUTING WRITER

MAHTOMEDI — The playground has not even been built, yet families will be out enjoying fun and games at the future site of Aaron's Playground Sunday, Sept. 15. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., residents of Mahtomedi and surrounding areas are invited by the Greater White Bear Lake Community Foundation to attend a benefit, Family Fun Festival, at Southwest Park, 29 Long Lake Road. The goal is to create Aaron's Playground in memory of Aaron Markovitz. Becky and Craig Markovitz are building the most magical playground they can imagine to honor the playful spirit of their son, Aaron, who was born 11 weeks early and couldn't survive his life's early challenges. During his seven weeks in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Aaron managed to charm the hearts of everyone who came to see him, including family members, visitors and hospital staff. Aaron's parents wanted their son to be remembered by the joy he brought to those around him. To that end, the couple envisioned a large playground to accommodate 25 or more children of all ages, along with benches for their adults to relax on.

They wanted the community to come together, and that's what will be happening at the Family Fun Festival. The event is looking to have a big turnout, said Public Works Director Bob Goebel. Some 450 people had already expressed an interest in attending, he said, and Mahtomedi Public Works will have staff on hand to help out. Participants will be able to enjoy food trucks from Dahm Good BBQ, Happy Hibachi and Jonny Pops, all the while listening to live music from Preston Gunderson, Urban Hillbilly Quartet and Hitchville. Children can play lawn games, jump in bouncy castles, sample the arts and crafts table and visit the face painting booth. There will also be a community softball game for everyone's enjoyment. A silent auction will have signed jerseys from the Wild's Ryan Suter, Timberwolves' Karl Anthony Towns and Vikings' Alexander Mattison. Bidders can compete for free tickets to the Minnesota Children's Museum, Guthrie Theater and Wild Mountain; free rounds of golf at Dellwood Country Club and Indian Hills Golf Club; a free piano lesson; 10 hours of tutoring; gift certificates to Donatelli's and Mancini's; gift baskets and a lot more. At its Sept. 3 meeting, the Mahtomedi City Council passed a resolution declaring the Family Fun Festival

as an official community event and to sponsor it, because the city recognizes the importance of public special events that serve to enrich the numerous values of the community identity. The city also recognizes that due to limited finances, staff and other resources, it is required to support only those special events that uniquely promote and advance public objectives. In other words, the Mahtomedi City Council is on board to sponsor the festival in its goal of raising $100,000. As of last week, $63,000 had been raised to build Aaron's Playground, according to Goebel. Construction will start on the park when the Markovitz’s achieve their fundraising goal. Aaron's Playground has a Facebook page and a GoFundMe fundraising site. For more information on helping out the Family Fun Festival, visit www. AaronsPlayground.org.

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HE FREE PRESS and the First Amendment are critical to maintaining a democracy. Unfortunately, the role of the press is often misunderstood or is criticized by presidents. Our current president is really no different than many others over history. The Newseum in Washington, D.C. makes some strong points about how passive our government was under Franklin Roosevelt when millions of Jews were murdered in the Holocaust under Hitler’s regime. Reports of what was taking place were not reported with much emphasis in our major newspapers, especially the New York Times. The war was almost over when the destruction of the Jews captured the attention of the front page with any emphasis. The Newseum has six floors, covering various aspects of the news. The Hubbard Broadcasting concourse, with its many theaters and front page exhibits from all over the world, is outstanding. Every day the major daily newspapers submit their front page so you can read news from all over the world. They are posted in large About the size in three different areas. Due to the cost of space it occupies, the Town museum will be moving to a new location so there will be interruptions to visitors. Gene Johnson Kathy and I, along with Carter and his family, had an opportunity to visit the Newseum on S Sunday, September 1. A ticket is good for two days because you can’t possibly see or absorb it all in one, or maybe not even two days. There are many films and theaters available throughout the entire complex. History makes a major impact on the role of the press and the freedoms we enjoy, but a video of Vietnam and Lyndon Johnson relates that much was actually happening but not reported to the American people. Some of the major journalists of our country like Walter Cronkrite and Marvin Kalb took the risk to fight attempts at government censorship to tell the American people what was actually happening. It’s not uncommon for the press and government to be in conflict and history tells the story. CURIOSITY HELPS LEARNING. It’s back to school time and that means a lot of things to a lot of people of all ages and walks of life. It could be the first day of pre-school, the first day in high school, the first day in college, or the first day of a continuing education program. Whatever it is, it’s a new beginning. It’s an important one. Education is a lifelong endeavor and being open to learning is an important aspect of a successful life and career. Technology will change, careers will change, education will change. An important part of life is preparation, and preparation is education. Having a good attitude about education is more than half the challenge. There is a lot of fear that goes with change! It’s important for parents to be there next to their children at whatever age, for encouragement and to be a listener. I remember as a parent with our children entering college we were advised about budgeting of time and money. We were also told that it’s an adjustment period in growing relationships, especially in a dorm. Time management becomes a big issue - considering how to balance study time with social time. It’s all part of the process of learning. Learning also means asking questions, having a curious mind and recognizing there is no dumb question. Self-confidence comes into play, as well as goal setting and a vision of what you would like to be doing in the future. You won’t know this until you have been exposed to various career paths and successful people in those paths. Don’t waste your years ahead. Take control, which often means not following the crowd. Learning is an enjoyable experience. Teachers and others are there because they want to be and they are prepared to help. I look back on my education and recall teachers who made a difference in my life. I reflect on their compliments, encouragement and direction. I even married a teacher. She has become a wonderful, lifelong partner who will even edit this column. So let’s get on the bus and go. Gene Johnson is publisher emeritus of Press Publications Distributed weekly in:

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Students digging in this year

s we send our kids back to school, many of them will be harvesting fall crops from gardens they planted the previous spring. Schoolyard gardens aren’t a new idea, but they have been regaining ground as we realize the distance between kids and healthy habits. This often parallels the distance between kids and where their food comes from. To this end countless teachers, the Minnesota Schoolyard Garden Coalition, and the Minnesota to School Movers & Farm legislation are working Shakers together to Michelle Bruhn get our kids growing more food. The USDA reported just over 5,000 registered school gardens in the United States last year. Currently, our district has seven elementary school gardens, a straw bale garden at Central, plus the gardens at Tamarack Nature Center that are used in curriculum. The kids are all in, and it’s easy to see why… There is something magical about nurturing seeds to grow into plants. Getting to work with nature and see real world results empowers children in

lasting ways. Eating from those plants is the cherry on top of the gardening experience. Dawn Maple, kindergarten teacher and one of the original garden planters at Matoska IB World School says, “Gardening with children helps them not only learn about where their food comes from, but it also allows them to see themselves as scientists! They show compassion as they carefully plant a tiny seed and nurture it as it grows. They develop an appreciation for the insects that are part of the garden we all share. They are risk takers as they try a basil leaf or nasturtium flower that has grown in our garden. But most of all, they share the joy of caring for other living things!” Maple hits on a deep truth; how the chance to SHARE the joys and struggles of the garden is inseparable from the gardening experience in a school garden. Finding worms, seeing a plant’s roots, or tasting what you grew are all better when shared. I’ve seen fi rst-hand how this sharing energizes kids in the garden. Beyond the positive energy manifested in the gardenswhich is a real and valuable aspect, there are also a myriad of STEM concepts brought to life. Starting with planning the garden space right through to harvesting kids are working with math and critical thinking skills- plus

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many other scientific concepts. Then there are the proven benefits with being outside; antidepressant soil microbes that reduce stress levels, increased vitamin D intake and making healthier eating choices because of time spent working in a garden. Having this connection to nature, while being in community with their peers in a classroom setting gives kids the foundation to respect our earth in a way that can lead to big picture changes. They start asking about pesticide use, safe water, composting, and of course they perpetually ask the same question all gardeners ask, ‘is that tomato ripe yet?’ In celebration of our local community and school gardens BearPower and its partners are hosting a Harvest Party on Sunday, September 22 from 12-3 at the YMCA Community gardens. Search Bear Power or Forks in the Dirt on Facebook for event details. I can’t wait to see what our community kids grow this schoolyear, knowing each garden planted creates a space for kids’ learning to take off like that fabled beanstalk.

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U it tto fight Unite ht our own E Erin i Brockovich nightmare Our White Bear Lake area has found itself in a fight against Water Gremlin, the company that has been spewing toxic chemicals into our community for 17 years or more. It is an Erin Brockovichype nightmare that has shocked our award-winning community to its core. Recently, hundreds of gravely concerned citizens packed into Central Middle School auditorium to demand more answers and satisfying solutions than I felt the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) or Minnesota Department of Health seemed able to give. Details of the company's infractions have been all over the news. I strongly believe Water Gremlin has put the health and safety of our community in jeopardy and our toxically overexposed residential area cannot tolerate any more. Enough is enough. Many questions remain in my mind as to how the pollution, lack of honest selfreporting and complete safety equipment failure could have gone undetected by the MPCA for almost two decades. How is it possible that Water Gremlin, with its long history of serial permit violations, is being given multiple opportunities to comply? The manner in which this company is handled will resonate with all other industries around the state. I am extremely grateful to everyone who attended the meeting and feel our collective voices will not be silenced. At least four legislators were in attendance and promised their support and to look for a better model of industry oversight across the state. Please call or write our legislators, city and township officials to let them know we desperately need their help. After all, if it can happen here, it can happen anywhere. I'd like to give a huge thank you to the five dynamic women who have formed the Neighborhood Concerned Citizens Group (NCCG). They have worked tirelessly on this issue and would love to have more people become involved in taking action to protect our community. To learn more, log onto wbanccg.org. If we all “UNITE IN THE FIGHT,” we can make our community and state safer for ourselves, our children and future generations. We need to be able to trust our governing agencies to control dishonest companies and to protect us from toxic chemicals that put our lives, health and well-being at risk. We deserve nothing less. Page Stevens White Bear Lake

Above and Ab d beyond b d att C Cerenity it On Aug. 21, it was my privilege to enjoy an inspiring and heartwarming program at Cerenity Care Center. The residents, with the help of staff, presented a music program entitled “Over the Rainbow.” Featuring all the colors of the rainbow, the residents of the care facility provided the singing voices, aided by staff members who provided lovely visuals and music accompaniment. I’m sure that this smooth enjoyable program was the result of lots of extra hours by the caring and creative staff and the residents of Cerenity Care Center. Kudos to all involved. Joan Michaud White Bear Lake

Press photographer an asset to community I wanted to write to let you know how much I and the committee of the Tour De Bar Bicycle Benefit Ride appreciate Paul Dols, the longtime photographer at Press. As you know, I am the chairman of the Tour De Bar. We just completed our 31st annual benefit on Aug. 3, 2019. We have had the pleasure of having Paul cover our benefit over the years for the White Bear Press. This has included taking images and writing articles to make the community aware of our efforts each year. As a testimonial, I can assure you that Paul excels at his job working at the Press. His hard work does not go unnoticed. The quality of his work is excellent. He is very personable and interacts with all of the participants in a great way. He has the ability to remain unseen and capture some really special images for us. We are so grateful. We hope he'll be able to continue to be part of our yearly benefit. Paul is a wonderful asset to the White Bear Lake community. Mike Shearen White Bear Lake

Self-reporting not serving citizens I can see Water Gremlin from my porch. And for the fi rst time in months when I open the doors, I welcome the breeze coming from the direction of Water Gremlin. On Aug. 23, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) shut the company down after its most recent criminal betrayal of the community. Water Gremlin was assessed a $7

illi fine iin M h for f releasing l i million March illegal and staggering amounts of the cancer-causing chemical trichloroethylene (TCE) into the community over the past 15-plus years. It is now clear that the fine, one of the largest ever assessed and meant to be a “powerful deterrent,” won’t deter these bad boys. In late July, MPCA learned that the replacement chemical, trans-1,2Dichloroethylene (t-DCE), only in use since March, was found in the air, soil and groundwater on the Water Gremlin property in addition to dangerous levels of TCE and lead — something Water Gremlin knew in June but withheld from MPCA for at least 40 days. Two things are clear: (1) MPCA’s reliance on “oversight” by selfreporting is not serving the citizens of Minnesota and (2) Water Gremlin can’t be trusted with anything more toxic than playdough. Jeanne Laqua White Bear Township

Disappointed in endorsement letter fee I was disappointed to read in last week’s White Bear Press that the paper will be charging a fee for Letters to the Editor that are endorsements of political candidates or issues. I understand that these fees are a growing trend among local paper groups, but it is a trend that I find unfortunate. Political engagement is essential for our democracy, and engagement on the local level is the place where constituents can have the most direct impact on issues and governance. I believe the policy of charging for LTEs disincentivizes this engagement. I fear that a policy like this will all but guarantee that the only letters the Press receives will be ones written by campaigns. Candidates and their campaigns will be far more likely to pony up the fee than a citizen wanting to express their individual support. It also begs the question of which local issues are of more importance to the paper that they require no fee? Soon, will we be paying to express dismay about our water or air being polluted by a local business? Or pay to advocate for road repairs? What about criticizing articles run in the paper? I dislike the precedent that is being set. I do understand and appreciate the challenge that this paper, and all print journalism, faces in this digital era.

l our P d wantt tto see it I value Press and survive and thrive. However, I do not believe that this policy is well-targeted to the issue with which the Press is faced. Surely there is a way to address repetitive letters without charging citizens for their opinions. Perhaps a summary in the print with direction to read the rest online. Or if a form letter is sent, return it to sender and request that it be written in their own words. Charging for reader’s endorsements does not need to be the fi rst course of action. I hope the Press will reconsider this policy and listen to reader input regarding the best way forward. Salena B.T. Koster White Bear Township

Low branches on county road There is an ordinance in the City of White Bear Lake in regards to road/street clearance, where there is supposed to be 3 feet from the edge of roadway by 8 feet high. This is what it was when I was notified many years ago. Along Long Avenue from Kelly Court south to the Art Center, I believe Ramsey County is responsible to keep this in compliance to the ordinance. A few years ago, I contacted Ramsey County and they cleared this up. Approximately 2-1/2 months ago I called the number I was given by the city and the person answering said they would send out someone to check this out. Nothing has happened so far. The one sharp branch now is under 6 feet from the road surface. I told the operator to have them just cut down the one tree that is for sure the worst one. The trees in the area are being beaten up by trucks and now it will be the school buses beating on them. Ramsey County, when will you correct this? Does the city have to beg you to do this? Another issue along Long Avenue is the speeders. I swear to God, I’ve seen people driving 50 mph. Roy D. Christensen Sr. White Bear Lake

CLARIFICATION In the Sept. 4 story on the reopening of 4 Seasons in Mahtomedi, Joe Bevins was named an owner of the restaurant. His sons Brandon and Austin Bevins are sole owners. Also, Chris Dettinger's father is Jerry, not Joe as indicated in story.

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White Bear drivers learn to stop for pedestrians All drivers stopped for pedestrians at a crosswalk during one of the safety initiatives in White Bear Lake this summer, the third year of the White Bear Lake Police Department's Stop For Me program. Officers conducted five four-hour pedestrian crosswalk safety initiatives at 11 different marked crosswalk locations in the city of White Bear Lake and one marked crosswalk in the city of Gem Lake. On July 8, 100% driver compliance was achieved at the intersection of Bald Eagle Avenue and Ninth Street. Officers were at the intersection for one hour and every vehicle stopped for pedestrians in the marked crosswalk. This initiative was designed to educate the public on Minnesota crosswalk laws and ultimately help prevent a pedestrian-involved vehicle crash in a crosswalk, according to Officer Jon Sanders. Of the 107 vehicles stopped by officers, many of the cited drivers reported they were not distracted and saw the pedestrians in the crosswalk; most stated they didn’t know they needed to stop. One driver told an officer, “My husband yells at me all the time for not stopping for pedestrians. Other statements made by cited drivers included: “I was speeding and couldn’t stop safely.”

2019 crosswalk safety statistics: • 107 vehicles were stopped by officers. • 90 drivers were cited for failing to yield to the right-of-way of a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk. One of these drivers was cited twice within two months. • 8 drivers did not have a driver’s license, or their license was suspended, revoked or cancelled. • 4 drivers were given a verbal warning for failing to yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk. • 3 drivers were cited for not wearing a seat belt. • 2 drivers were cited for speeding. • 1 missing vulnerable adult was located.

“I was distracted by my GPS.” “I was eating.” “I had tunnel vision.” “I was on the phone.” “I was distracted, looking for a garage sale.” The purpose of crosswalk enforcement is to reduce the number of pedestrians struck by vehicles in crosswalks as well as to reduce the severity of crashes involving pedestrians. Submitted by White Bear Lake Police

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The Ramsey County Sheriff's Office reported the following incidents:

The Washington County Sheriff's Office reported the following selected incidents:

Vadnais Heights • An Amazon package was reported stolen from a front step in the 700 block of Parkside Drive Aug. 29. It was a $10 loss. • A deputy checked on the welfare of a person sleeping on a metro transit bus bench in the 800 block of County Road D Aug. 31. He was found to have an active felony warrant and was arrested. • An adult male was cited for disorderly conduct and being a public nuisance in the 4100 block of Clover Avenue Aug. 31.

White Bear Township • A black bear was reported by four people at Polar Lakes Park Aug. 29. The bear was just doing normal bearlike things in the park. • Burglary was reported in the 4900 block of Otter Lake Road Aug. 28. A window next to the front door was broken. Drawers and boxes were opened and the contents dumped out. It was still unknown what was stolen. • A 31-year-old Stacy woman was arrested for DWI and driving after revocation in the 5200 block of Grand Avenue Aug. 27. She apparently drove her car into a parked vehicle. She had watery eyes and an alcoholic odor. Her alcohol level was 0.24. Her license had been revoked earlier this year. • An adult male was arrested on an outstanding felony warrant in the 3900 block of Stacker Place Aug. 25.

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Mahtomedi • A Dellwood man, 26, was arrested at 8:38 a.m. Aug. 13 in the 13000 block of southbound Mahtomedi Avenue for speeding, possession of a controlled substance in a motor vehicle and failure to provide proof of insurance after deputies northbound on Dellwood Avenue near Peninsula Road pulled the vehicle over for speeding. • A Minneapolis man, 61, reported his shotgun missing Aug. 13. After researching all other possibilities, he now thinks someone associated with the moving company he used to move from his house in the 30 block of Forest Trail may have taken it. Investigation will continue. • A resident in the 100 block of Iris Street reported approximately $30 taken from his vehicle overnight Aug. 13-14 after unknown persons rummaged through it. • A resident in the 800 block of Stillwater Road reported his wife for stealing a laptop computer and wallet from his vehicle Aug. 14

Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, known as the 100 deadliest days on Minnesota roads, again proved to be a tragic time in 2019, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. More than half of the traffic fatalities so far this year occurred during this period. There were 132 deaths this summer, including a two-car crash that took six lives. The 132 lives lost represent 57% of all traffic fatalities so far in 2019. The 123 fatalities during the 100 deadliest days in 2018 represented 53% of traffic fatalities during the same time period last year. Preliminary numbers show that of the 132 deaths, at least 10 are known to be distraction-related, compared with nine in 2018.

7,773 DWIs this summer To educate drivers on the dangers of drunk driving and planning a safe ride home, a statewide extra enforcement and awareness campaign took place Aug. 16 through Sept. 2. DWIs by month: June – 2,571; July – 2,543; August – 2,659; The 7,773 DWIs during the summer compares with 7,050 during the summer of 2018.

while he was in jail for domestic assault. • A construction worker, 55, who was working on the trail in the area of Forest Avenue and Greenwood Street reported himself Aug. 16 for accidentally damaging a vehicle while removing trees with a skid loader. After hitting the car with a tree stump, the reporter collected information and notified the owner of the parked car. Insurance information was exchanged. • A resident in the 90 block of Wedgewood Drive on Aug. 16 reported receiving a package in the mail containing an Ingenico Mobile Solutions credit card processing unit that he did not order. After calling the company, the complainant learned that an unknown party had opened an account under his business name. The shipper sent the complainant a copy of the paperwork, which showed that the identification information on the application belonged to the complainant, but the driver's license photo and number were not his. Follow-up continues. • A resident in the 500 block of Woodland Drive reported a first-degree burglary overnight

Aug. 16-17, during which her purse and cell phone were stolen. The burglar likely entered through an unlocked back door. • Lifesaving equipment was reported stolen overnight Aug. 16-17 from the White Bear Lake YMCA beach guard shack in the 1000 block of Park Avenue.

WASHINGTON COUNTY COURT BRIEF Antonio O. Villanueva, 30, of Vadnais Heights, was charged last month with felony fourth-degree possession of 10 or more doses of phencyclidine/hallucinogen, also known as lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD). According to the criminal complaint, Oakdale police conducted a traffic stop Aug. 22 of the defendant's vehicle in a supermarket parking lot after the driver failed to signal a turn. He was observed to be sweating and jumpy and had pupils that were not reacting to light. A glass drug pipe was observed in plain view. A narcotics K-9 was requested to sniff the vehicle. They found 32 hits of LSD wrapped in tinfoil in his wallet. Maximum sentence is 15 years and $100,000.

WHITE BEAR LAKE POLICE REPORTS The White Bear Lake Police Department reported the following incidents: • Theft was reported in the 1900 block of Buerkle Road Aug. 29. • A bear was reported in the 1200 block of Gun Club Road Aug. 29. Officers were unable to locate the bear. • A 21-year-old Minneapolis man was arrested for third-degree DWI test refusal and an outstanding felony warrant for auto theft Aug. 29. • Burglary of a detached garage in the 1900 block of Florence Street was reported Aug. 30. A guitar amplifier head worth $200 was stolen.

• A 39-year-old was arrested for fourth-degree DWI in the 3900 block of White Bear Avenue Sept. 1. Alcohol level was 0.14.

• A 26-year-old driver was arrested for third-degree DWI near Hoffman Road and Cedar Avenue Sept. 2. Alcohol level was 0.13.

• Theft was reported in the 4300 block of Lake Avenue Sept. 1.

• A 21-year-old Savage driver was arrested for driving after cancellation near I-694 and Century Avenue Sept. 2.

• Theft of groceries was reported in the 2600 block of County Road E Sept. 1. Items were recovered but suspects were not identified. • A gas drive-off was reported in the 3100 block of Century Avenue N. Sept. 1. • A 46-year-old White Bear Lake man was arrested for DWI near Highway 96 Sept. 1.

• Theft was reported in the 1900 block of Buerkle Road Aug. 30.

• A 29-year-old was arrested for DWI and a warrant near Otter Lake Road and Park Street Sept. 1.

• A 55-year-old White Bear Lake woman was arrested for fourth-degree DWI near Ninth Street Aug. 30. Alcohol level was 0.094.

• An officer responded to the intersection of Wildwood Road and East County Line Road to assist another agency with a traffic stop. A brief pursuit was initiated after the male driver fled from police in the vehicle. The pursuit was later terminated.

• A 45-year-old Columbia Heights man was arrested for third-degree DWI and firearm possession near Bald Eagle Avenue Aug. 31. Alcohol level was 0.22. • A 28-year-old driver stopped for being on the phone while driving was arrested on a warrant in the 4700 block of Highway 61 Aug. 31. • A fire extinguisher panel was broken in the 3700 block of Highland Avenue Sept. 1. Unknown suspects.

• A 35-year-old White Bear Lake woman was arrested for domestic assault in the 1900 block of Webber Street Sept. 2. • A 22-year-old White Bear Lake man was cited for misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia in the 3600 block of Century Avenue and East County Line Road Sept. 3. • A male who was harassing customers and telling females and kids to come to his vehicle was trespassed from a business in the 4800 block of Highway 61 Sept. 3. • Theft of two fishing rods from a boat was reported in the 4000 block of Gisella Boulevard Sept. 4.

• Narcotics were seized in the 3200 block of White Bear Avenue Sept. 1.

• Theft was reported in the 3700 block of Highland Avenue Sept. 4.

• A 41-year-old was arrested for second-degree DWI near Birch Lake and Bald Eagle Avenue Sept. 1. Alcohol level was 0.33.

• License plates were reported stolen in the 1900 block of Spruce Place Sept. 4.

• A driver was found in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia near White Bear Avenue Sept. 1.

• A 22-year-old Stillwater man was arrested for fourth-degree DWI Sept. 4. Alcohol level was 0.09.


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First graders at Frassati Catholic Academy return to school Sept. 3.

Above left, Century College nursing student Maggie Manahan checks the height of Neve Deneen during Early Childhood Screening Sept. 4. While Century students check height and weight and Wildwood Lions work on vision, Mahtomedi Early Childhood staff handle the other areas including hearing, speech and developmental assessments. Above right, Axel Hughes stacks blocks as part of the developmental portion of Early Childhood Screening at Mahtomedi District Education Center Sept. 4. A child can be screened at any time after age 3. The next screening will be Nov. 7.

American Indian arts classes All are invited to the free White Bear Lake Area Schools American Indian arts classes from 6 to 8 p.m. on Sept. 12 and 26, Oct. 10 and 24, and Nov. 7 and 21 at Central Middle School. Contact jordan. zickermann@isd624.org with questions.

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Babysitters in training Charlie Swanson, left, Kento Kedrowski and Jackson Stout practice holding, feeding and burping baby dolls at an Aug. 28 American Red Cross babysitters training. The class of 15 learned about child development and safety in the daylong training session sponsored by Mahtomedi Community Education.

The White Bear Lake Area Educational Foundation (WBLAEF) will hold its annual BEAR Legacy Fundraiser event on Friday, Oct. 11, at the Vadnais Heights Commons. The foundation will be hosting a special VIP cocktail hour starting at 5 p.m. Enjoy appetizers, cocktails, live entertainment and more. VIP ticket

purchase is $100 and standard ticket purchase is $75. A special fundraising raffle will be held, with prizes including a chance to win a two-year lease on a vehicle from White Bear Mitsubishi, a Felt Surplus 70 cross-country bike and a $500 cash prize. Raffle tickets will be on sale the evening of the event and in advance at the White Bear Lake Area Schools Homecoming football game Sept. 27, All School Reunion Sept. 28 and at the foundation office. All proceeds from this annual fundraising event benefit students and educators in the district. This event sold out last year before the deadline and seating is limited, so early registration is highly encouraged. Online registration is available at: www.wblaef.org.

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WATER GREMLIN: Tells its side of story FROM PAGE 1A

agreed to stop use of trichloroethylene (TCE), a toxic chemical it spewed into the air for at least 17 years at levels that violated the company’s clean air permit. A switch to FluoSolv WS, a less dangerous solvent containing a chemical called tDCE, has not been the replacement it was looking for. In late August, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) ordered the company to cease its coating operation after tDCE vapor was found under the plant floor. According to Dubois, the company is looking at a water-based, wood emulsion product to replace the solvent. Its purpose is to inhibit corrosion until the battery is made, and it seems to be working. Water Gremlin provides most of the terminal posts for batteries manufactured in North and South America. “There are few other sources,” said Dubois, who oversees manufacturing at the township factory and one in Italy. “Battery plants shut down when we can’t make shipments. They are feeling the ripples very quickly.” As customers agree to use of the water-based product, Water Gremlin is busy retrofitting its coating machines. But first things first. Before the company can resume operation, it must satisfy the MPCA that the tDCE vapor issue has been mitigated. Water Gremlin has been working with an environmental consulting firm to construct a system that extracts the vapor. Work started Aug. 20 and the system is now operational, said Aaron Benker, resource manager for Maple Plain-based Wenck, an environmental consulting and engineering firm. “We believe we’ve extracted what there was for vapor under the slab,” Benker reported, “but that doesn’t mean MPCA has greenlighted a coating restart.” Dubois said the company is still trying to understand all the conditions for restart. “One of the things they want is to understand the coating room. Does it comply as a complete enclosure? Testing has to be done to demonstrate that.” MPCA also wants more groundwater, sediment and soil vapor sampling done along the north property line. The soil vapor is done and reported to MPCA, but the water sampling is pending, Benker said. Thus far, samples as prescribed by MPCA have come back showing no TCE or tDCE contamination. “We expect groundwater to be the same,” Benker said. Samples are analyzed by an independent third-party laboratory and sent directly to MPCA and Wenck.

Vapor intrusion values new Only Minnesota and New York have vapor intrusion values for tDCE. “Minnesota developed it just for this site,” noted Benker. “There was no standard before that.” Regulatory understanding of vapors has been emerging since 2004, the consultant continued. “So vapor assessment is generating data not comparable to past reports. The primary concern of vapor is receptors, or residential homes. As laid out on MPCA maps, new data is making sure vapor hasn’t migrated off the site and confirming that there isn’t a risk.” Sampling for soil vapor will continue. Benker said the company is obligated to continue monitoring along property lines during the heating season, probably in November. He also noted: Minnesota has some of the most stringent air quality and vapor standards in the country. “We think of California as leading the nation in environmental regulations,” Dubois said. “They have a value of 600 micrograms per cubic meter for TCE. Minnesota has adopted 2 micrograms. “We didn’t know that until we self-disclosed. Part of what they explained in January is here is the new air quality standard we’ve adopted of 2 micrograms. We’re like, ‘really?’ We could ask, ‘why weren’t users of TCE informed of that?’ When we assessed air modeling for a 95% pollution control efficiency to achieve 2 micrograms, the conclusion was we wouldn’t be able to do that. That is why we sought an alternative solvent. FluoSolv didn’t have an air quality standard, either, when we selected it, so MPCA, in order to be protective of public health, established one at that time.”

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Company planned to outsource When Water Gremlin self-reported the emissions problem in 2018, there was a commitment the company would lead its customers to water-based and other nonvolatile organic compound (VOC) replacements as soon as possible, Dubois said. FluoSolv is the product a Hudson, Wisconsin, company was going to use in a contractual arrangement with Water Gremlin to coat its parts. The company CEO changed his mind about the agreement after learning from local media the process involved unsafe chemicals. Dubois said the plan to outsource was never a secret and told MPCA its plans Aug. 6. “We sat down with MPCA Aug. 6 and explained that results of our pollution controls were not effective for tDCE. It was designed and built for TCE and had already been underway for five months when we agreed to stop using TCE. We told MPCA we had done everything we could to make it effective. We weren’t happy at 25% efficiency, so we were changing our plan. We said we were going to govern how much we use to stay under the annual 90-ton emission limit as a VOC by rapid conversion to water-based materials and by outsourcing. We never got to implement the outsourcing part.” There’s no active plan to find another contract plant, nor are there active plans to relocate, Dubois added.

Question of timeliness When asked why it took so long for Water Gremlin to self-report last year, Dubois said until 2018, the company believed it was in compliance with its air quality permit. “In March 2018, a new environmental health and safety manager was hired. So now we have data coming in front of new eyes,” he said. “We couldn’t make that data make sense. As soon as we said, ‘this doesn’t look right, it doesn’t look good,’ we engaged a third party to help us investigate and create a voluntary self-report. That is what we turned in July 30, 2018. “We did the right thing when the information came to light to different people. Self-reporting works. Rarely does a company nefariously try to hide their data. That was not the case here.” The company is still working to make its pollution control equipment work. But as Dubois puts it, the equipment got demoted. “It doesn’t have to function as a pollution control device for us to stay under 90 tons anymore. That is what we explained to MPCA Aug. 6.” Water Gremlin is amending its permit application to show its VOC usage at 90 tons without benefit of pollution controls. As far as legacy pollutants, Dubois pointed out that Water Gremlin has been operating for 70 years, long before there were clean air acts to protect the environment. “We will never know the historic practices used in the ’50s and ’60s,” he said. MPCA tested for TCE and lead in soil and shallow groundwater on the site in the ’90s, an investigation that closed in 2004. Wenck is using that data to compare new sample results. “We use the data in our analysis: Are concentrations higher today or consistent?” Benker said. “I would say, and I believe MPCA is in agreement, most of the contamination related to TCE and lead looks very consistent. What does that tell us? That we’re not seeing new

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sources of contamination since last time that investigation happened.” Benker maintains that levels of TCE contamination in groundwater and soil are quite low for the facility, especially given the duration of operation and use. “We’re not seeing anything from new sources,” he iterated.

Area of health concerns Asked about TCE health concerns by residents within a 1.5-mile radius of the plant (a perimeter established by MPCA), Dubois said the company regrets being cause for concern. “We cannot characterize the incidence data. We look to the Department of Health just as much as residents do for guidance about historical exposure levels.” The company vice president did not attend the Aug. 27 MPCA community meeting at Central Middle School but has watched parts of the video online. He heard the assistant commissioner’s comment that Water Gremlin can’t be trusted to do the right thing, and called the statement “unfortunate.” Dubois contends that the company has worked closely with the regulatory agencies every step of the way. “We’ve met all their requests, so it’s frustrating to still be characterized that way,” Dubois said. “We’re just going to keep putting one foot in front of the other and continue to work cooperatively with them. We understand it’s part of the accountability. We’ve lost a lot of public trust and have to work to rebuild that.” In the meantime, he said the company is committed to making VOC usage a thing of the past. “We’re trying to demonstrate through our actions that we mean what we say. We’re dragging the rest of the battery industry with us to use non-VOC alternatives. We will get there. We won’t have problems with compliance like this in the future.”

Senator praises auditor’s decision to investigate agency’s role in Water Gremlin ST. PAUL – After Minnpost reported Sept. 5 that the legislative auditor will investigate the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s role in the Water Gremlin investigation, Sen. Roger Chamberlain (R-Lino Lakes) praised the decision. The senator had requested the investigation in a letter the week before. “This is great news,” Chamberlain said. “It’s not enough to make Water Gremlin pay a fine and move on. We have to figure out exactly what went wrong, and who is responsible, so we can fix it and make sure nothing like this ever happens again. I sincerely hope the BCA, the governor, Sheriff Fletcher, and County Attorney Choi follow the legislative auditor’s lead and direct their offices to investigate, as well.” Press release


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from grants and one-third from donations, which is unusual for a supportive housing organization. Many similar organizations receive 70 to 90 percent of funding from the government, Kauffman noted. Due to the variety of funding sources, Solid Ground can spend money on heartfelt care and programs to help get clients back on their feet. Volunteers also contribute to the cause. Every resident is given a welcome basket when they arrive and can pick items from the donation room for their apartment. Residents pick out furniture from Bridging, a furniture bank in Roseville for those in need. Residents work with a case manager who helps them work towards their goals for stability during their stay. Residents receive resources to work on parenting skills and attain education and career goals. Dialectical behavioral therapy is offered because many clients have been through trauma. Volunteers tutor children after school or serve community meals. Children are given birthday party baskets, bikes and backpacks for school. At Christmas, a Santa Workshop offers parents the opportunity to shop for free children's toys.

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Solid Ground staff from left to right: Hannah Parish, volunteer program manager; Kim Ulmer, finance manager; Trisha Kauffman, executive director; Jasmine McCoy, parenting and youth coordinator; Lizzie Rainville, director of development and communications; and Jazi Foreman, program director.

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Volunteers are an important part of the organization. Youth from a church in Richfield prepare to serve a recent community meal of tacos.

“I think that is something that is amazing and unique to us as an organization,” said Lizzie Rainville, director of development and communications. Solid Ground celebrates 30 years this fall with an Oct. 11 gala. Kauffman has been working at Solid Ground for 22 years, a large part of its history. She oversaw the name change from the East Metro Women's Council to Solid Ground in 2013. She previously worked at a domestic violence shelter in Ohio. She recalls success stories of clients over the years. One of the fi rst clients to move into the permanent housing in White Bear Lake struggled with addiction. She overcame

that and furthered her education. “She became a role model in this community,” Kauffman remembered. After three years, the client moved to a semirural area in Minnesota. Years later, she and her son came back to visit. Her son was now a senior in high school and captain of the football team. He remembered fondly his tutor from his time at Solid Ground. “It was just really powerful to me to know the struggles they had when they fi rst came, and to see the progress in them was pretty awesome,” Kauffman said. Another client in the scattered site program had fled from domestic violence. Through her time with

When: 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11 Where: Dellwood Country Club, 29 Hwy. 96 E What: Fundraiser to prevent and end homelessness for families with children. Silent auction, appetizers, dinner, program, raffle. Tickets: $85 at solidgroundmn.org/ bring-it-home. RSVP by Sept. 27 Solid Ground, she was able to attain a leadership position at work and work through grief. She was eventually able to get an apartment and launch off on her own. “Your time with us is a time to rebuild. … then move forward, onward and upward,” Kauffman noted. In 2018, 65 percent of families that exited Solid Ground housing found permanent housing, according to its annual report. Fifty-two percent of families had increased their income when they exited. For more information on Solid Ground, the gala, how to volunteer and what donations are needed, visit solidgroundmn.org or contact 651-846-9024 or volunteer@ solidgroundmn.org.

Budget trimmed in anticipation of tax levy hike • Approved permit for Redlin Electric, 2350 Leibel St. The business is constructing a 6,500-square-foot addition on the south side. A setback is required due to wetlands on the property. Town Engineer Jim Studenski recommended delaying approval of the plan until several issues were addressed, mostly regarding drainage and parking lot design. Owner Craig Marshall hired builder Jim Faulkner, who represented him at the meeting. Faulkner said most of the items on the engineer's list have been addressed. The builder complained that the project has been challenging. “In all honesty, we've had tremendous difficulty with township engineering,” he said. “We've delayed this project before the town board twice now.” Supervisor Steve Ruzek told Faulkner that some of the reluctance is that the engineer's conditions don't have time frames, and they drag on. “Things get pushed aside or forgotten,” added Chair Ed Prudhon. “We try to be township nice but sometimes things come back to bite us.” Ruzek said he was comfortable making the motion to approve at this time. • Approved a deer hunting request by John Duxbury to bow hunt on township property near State Tool from Sept. 15 through Dec. 31. • Tabled quote approval for flow monitoring of sanitary sewer discharge from the city of North Oaks. Three flow meters would be placed at six locations for two months to assess discharge. The lowest bid was $18,800. Supervisor Prudhon questioned why the township was picking up the tab and not the

city of North Oaks. The decision was tabled to give staff opportunity to review the joint powers agreement to determine who is responsible for the cost. Debra Neutkens

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WHITE BEAR TOWNSHIP — The Board of Supervisors asked and staff complied, trimming budgets another 2% below the residents' request last March. Budget changes included a 10% reduction — or $6,700 — in engineering services and a $25,000 savings in the equipment maintenance and repair budget. The biggest ticket item was a $60,000 reduction in sign replacement. The savings comes by spreading the job out over three years instead of two. In total, by trimming expenditures and increasing some fees, Finance Director Tom Kelly reported a levy savings of $190,200. “We are trying to be respectful and cognizant of what residents can tolerate with property tax increases,” Kelly said. “We know we are not the only ones making up the tax bill. The school district will have a hefty increase in taxes for constructions, and the county isn't going to cut much.” Supervisor Scott McClune noted that some budget cuts were substantial; some were delayed line items. “I want to make sure we're not deferring necessary maintenance that will be more expensive down the road,” he told Kelly. The fi nance director assured the board the town will have time to recover from budget cuts before maintenance is needed. The preliminary tax levy will be approved Sept. 16. It must be certified to Ramsey County by Sept. 30. The final levy, approved in December, can be reduced but not increased. In other business Sept. 4, the board: • Deleted from the agenda a request for a minor subdivision at Schwing America on Centerville Road. Northwoods Entertainment, owners of the White Bear Township Theatre, requested approval to provide access to its pylon sign.

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OBITUARY NOTICES

Alta (S Alt (Smith) ith) Johnson J h Alta (Smith) Johnson, one of the founders of Lake Country Booksellers, died peacefully with her family at Lake Johanna Shores on August 29. She was born Nov. 18, 1924 in Linden Hills, South Minneapolis. Graduated from Southwest High in time to join the WAVEs in 1943. After the war, she graduated from U of M Journalism School to advance her career. She married Lee Johnson in 1952 and left to make a splash in New York City. By 1957 they moved back to North Oaks to raise children. Active in WBL Unitarian Church, League of Women Voters, tennis, garden and book clubs, she co-founded Lake Country Booksellers in 1981. She was proud to be a Downtown merchant and tried to support WBL businesses. A Celebration of Life was held Sept. 8 at North Oaks Country Club.

Tim Sobcinski 52, beloved husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend, went up to the arms of Jesus and peace of heaven on August 27, 2019. He was a kind, funny, whip-smart and loving man who will be deeply and forever missed by all of us who loved him so much: his wife of 26 years, Mary Kay (Kessinger), sons Josh and Joe, mother Ruth, sister Andrea McCarty (Rance), brother David (Diane) aunts, uncles, nephews, cousins and dear friends. Visitation on Saturday, September 14 at 10 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m. at St. Jude of the Lake Catholic Church, 700 Mahtomedi Ave., Mahtomedi. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Department, White Bear Lake Police Department, or the Mahtomedi Food Shelf.

Linda Mae Sorenson Age 67 of White Bear Township Born Jan. 19, 1952 in St. Paul. Passed away unexpectedly on Aug. 16, 2019. Linda was preceded in death by her parents Wayne and Margery Sorenson. Survived by her brother Dave Sorenson and his wife (Sandy), their family, Ryan Sorenson and his wife (Megan), Kelly and husband Ryan Rich and baby Wyatt Rich. Linda was an author of children's books; she worked a number of summers at St. Mary's Lodge in Glacier National Park, Montana. She witnessed the falling of the Berlin Wall, and had many friends and acquaintances that she connected with during her travels. Linda was involved and wrote independently for the Global Initiative “Peace Child.” She had recently returned from a 2 ½ year stay with friends in Lecco, Italy. She loved her niece and nephew and meeting baby Wyatt. A Celebration of Life service is planned Monday, September 16 at St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, 900 Stillwater Road, Mahtomedi. Visitation is from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Service to follow. Memorials preferred.

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Herbert H. Taylor Herbert H. Taylor passed away Aug. 7 after a courageous battle with cancer. Visitation Saturday, Sept. 14 at 2 p.m. followed service at 3 p.m. at Community of Grace Lutheran Church, 4000 Linden St., White Bear Lake.

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James Mayo Hall James Mayo Hall, age 91, of New Richmond, Wis., died Sunday, September 1, 2019 at the St. Croix Health Center. He was born in Boynton, Georgia on May 1, 1928. Mayo graduated from the University of Chattanooga and began a career as a Physicist at American Lava, which was later purchased by 3M. Mayo also had a job in Chattanooga at a local radio station. He married Norma Rae Hampton and to this union was blessed with two children. Mayo was active at Roseville Baptist Church, Roseville, MN. He was Minister of music for 25 years, Church Training director and Bible study leader. He was an accomplished musician and wrote his autobiography. While working for 3M he was developer for compact disc coating along with two other patents. He also was a 3M Circle of Excellence Award recipient. Mayo will be remembered for being a man of faith and integrity, a loving husband, father and beloved grandfather. He was charitable and always willing to help others in his community. Mayo was a good neighbor who was committed to Christ through serving His church and others. He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Addie Hall; sister, Katharyn Ashworth; brothers, John and Stephen Hall. Mayo is survived by his wife, Norma Hall; son, James Michael (Michelle) Hall; daughter, Lynne (Bernie) Wollenberg; grandchildren, Rebekah (Eric Brown) Hall, James Alexander Hall, Thomas Wyatt Hall, Caitlin Wollenberg and Allan Wollenberg; brother, Paul (Peggy) Hall; nieces and nephews. A funeral service was held Saturday, September 7, 2019 at Roseville Baptist Church in Roseville. Interment will be in Garden of Memories cemetery in Belton, S.C. In lieu of flowers the family would like donations made in James Mayo Hall’s memory online to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America https://alzfdn.org/support-us/ donate/ or via check made to: Fund to Benefit St. Croix Health Center. Notifications of donations can be sent to rebekah.hall@movement.com. Arrangements are with Bakken-Young Funeral & Cremation Services.

Artamise “Artie” O'Donovan Age 106 of White Bear Lake On Tuesday September 3, 2019, our beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother Artamise “Artie” O’Donovan passed away at the age of 106. Artamise was preceded by her husband of 63 years, Edmund O’Donovan; daughter-in-law Karen O’Donovan, grandson James O’Donovan and infant grandson Gregory O’Donovan; siblings Gerald Shermer, Sylvia Erickson, Eunice Anderson and their parents, John and Mary (Parent) Shermer. Artie is survived by sons Robert O’Donovan of St. Paul and Dennis O’Donovan (Cindy) of White Bear Lake; grandchildren Erin (Di Betta) and Kevin O’Donovan and great-grandchildren Cassandra, Ryan and Delaney. Visitation will be held at Mueller Memorial-White Bear Lake, 4738 Bald Eagle Ave. at Third Street, White Bear Lake on Wednesday, Sept. 11 from 5 to 8 p.m. and one hour before Mass. Funeral Mass Thursday, Sept. 12 at Noon at Saint Mary of the Lake Catholic Church, 4741 Bald Eagle Ave., White Bear Lake. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Memorials preferred to Cerenity Care Center of White Bear Lake or Saint Mary of the Lake Catholic Church of White Bear Lake.

Louis Francis Poirier, “Terry” Louis Francis Poirier, "Terry", 75, died Friday, August 30, 2019 at Frye Regional Hospital in Hickory, N.C., from complications of pneumonia. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Allison, two sons, Louis J. (Angela) of Mooresville, N.C. and John H. (Kristen) of Lubbock, Texas, one granddaughter, Sophie of Mooresville, N.C., one brother, Richard, of White Bear Lake, and one sister, Nan Mooney of Fort Collins, Colo., and our furry friends, Frank, Dorothy, Lily, and Fury. Terry was born May 21, 1944 to Louis Poirier and Bette Podvin Poirier in Saint Paul. He graduated from Hill High School in Saint Paul and the University of Minnesota. He received his Master's degree from the University of Wisconsin - Stout. Terry spent 22 years in the Army serving a tour in Vietnam. We were fortunate enough to be stationed in Alaska, Hawaii, and our favorite, The Netherlands, plus everywhere else in between. After retiring from the Army in 1989, Terry became the Assistant Director of Distance Education at Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kansas. In 1995, he assumed the position of Director of Continuing Education for the University of Minnesota - Duluth. In 2004, Terry retired and we moved to Hickory, N.C., to be closer to our one granddaughter. Terry lived a good and full life as a loving husband and father. Per his request, there will be no service and burial will take place at a later date. Memorials in Terry's name may be directed to the Red Cloud Indian School (100 Mission Dr. Pine Ridge, SD 57770, www.redcloudschool.org) or Humane Society of Catawba ( 3224 20th Ave NE Hickory, NC 28602, www.catawbahumane.org).

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LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS When: 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12 Where: White Bear Lake City Hall, 4701 Hwy 61 N. Details: Kick off the 2019-2020 program year and the Centennial Year of the League of Women Voters with a presentation and discussion on “Protesters, Prisoners and Political Persuaders: Women’s suffrage and 100 Years of LWV.” Contact: 612-618-2502

THI BUI VISIT When and where: 9-11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 12 at Hanifl Performing Arts Center, 4941 Long Ave., White Bear Lake; and 7:30-9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12 at Century College East Campus, Lincoln Mall. Details: Thi Bui, a rising star in the comics and literary world, will present her illustrated memoir “The Best We Could Do,” which explores the anguish of immigration and the lasting effects that displacement has on a child. Free event, open to the public. Contact: libguides. century.edu/ bestwecoulddo

VHACF COMMUNITY BBQ When: 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12 Where: Kohler Meadows Park Pavilion, Vadnais Heights Details: Join the Vadnais Heights Area Community Foundation for a fi rst annual Community BBQ with free hot dogs, sweet corn, and fi xings, while learning about the good work of the Foundation and opportunities to get

involved. Family-friendly. with kids games and activities, inflatable Contact: 651-210-1942 or obstacle course, Dino vhacf.org playland, shopping, silent and live auction, bingo, AUTHOR VISIT and more. Turkey dinner When: 10-11:30 Friday, served noon-2:30 p.m.; Sept. 13 $10/adults; $5/kids. Where: Lake Country Contact: stmarys-wbl.org Booksellers, 4766 Washington Square, FAMILY FUN FESTIVAL White Bear Lake When: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Details: Phil Fitzpatrick Sunday, Sept. 15 will sign his book of poetry, “Hawks on High.” Where: Southwest Park, 29 Long Lake Rd., Contact: 651-426-0918 Mahtomedi Details: Enjoy food WHITE BEAR LAKE trucks, bouncy castles, TRIAD SENIOR PICNIC live music, a community When: 11:30 a.m. softball game, silent Saturday, Sept. 14 auction, and stay for the unveiling of the Where: Podvin Park, 1700 new playground design. 9th St., White Bear Lake Proceeds benefit the Details: Open to seniors memorial playground 55+. Meet with local law in honor of Aaron enforcement and fire Markovitz. departments, Mayor Jo Emerson and city council Contact: aaronsplayground.org members. Contact: 651-407-5322

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When: 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17 Where: Taco John’s, 4430 Lake Ave. S., White Bear Lake Details: Hike along the lake and residential areas, approx. 3 miles. Contact: stpaulhike.com

When: 8:30 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 15 Where: Ramsey County Beach, 5050 Lake Ave., White Bear Lake Details: Offers two distances: 400 yard swim, 13.6 mile bike and 5k run; or 800 yard swim, 27.25 mile bike and 10k run. JOIN CUB SCOUTS Aquabike option; no run. When: 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Contact: trifitnesswbl.com Sept. 19 Where: Local elementary GARNET LODGE schools PANCAKE BREAKFAST Details: Parents of boys When: 7 a.m.-1 p.m. and girls in grades K-5 Sunday, Sept. 15 can sign their children up for Cub Scouts. New Where: Masonic Center, members will receive a 4923 Stewart Ave, White glow-in-the-dark T-shirt Bear Lake and a pass for free Details: All the pancakes admission to fall day and sausage you can eat. 5 and under free; $5/ages camp. Registration also 6-12; $9/adults at the door. available online. Contact: joincubs.org

ST. MARY’S FALL FESTIVAL When: 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 15 Where: St. Mary’s Parish Life Center, 4690 Bald Eagle Ave., White Bear Lake Details: Celebrate fall

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ST. ANDREW’S BLOCK PARTY When: 4-7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20 Where: St. Andrews Lutheran Church, 900 Stillwater Rd., Mahtomedi Details: Free family fun with music, food, KIDS ZONE and more. Contact: 651-762-9141 or saintandrews.org

FRASSATI 5K RUN/ WALK AND KIDS 1/2 MILE FUN RUN/WALK When: 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20 Where: Frassati Catholic Academy, 4690 Bald Eagle Ave., White Bear Lake Details: 3rd Annual event to support scholarships and operating costs at Frassati. Food, awards, activities and raffle to follow race. 5K $30; 1/2 Mile $15. Contact: 651-429-1777 or frassati5k.com

When: 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14 Where: White Bear Center for the Arts, 4971 Long Ave. Details: Art, demos and fun

WHITE BEAR HIGH SCHOOL-A CENTURY LATER When: 6-7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 23 Where: White Bear Lake Library, 2150 2nd St. Details: See photos of the transformation of the original high school building and hear stories of some of its students as we celebrate 100 years of White Bear High. Contact: 651-407-5327 or whitebearhistory.org

TURF TALK: FESCUES AND OTHER GRASS VARIETIES When: 7-8:15 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25 Where: White Bear Lake City Hall, 4701 US Highway 61 Details: Free presentation with U of M turf expert Dan Sandor. Learn about low-mow lawns and how to be strategic about grass varieties. Contact: 651-204-6070 or vlawmo.org

TEEN VAPING WORKSHOPS When: 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26 Where: White Bear Lake Clinic Health Club, 1430 Hwy 96 Details: Two workshops on the epidemic of vaping - “What Every Parent Needs to Know About Vaping” led by the director of the TobaccoFree Alliance Mn; and “What Every Teen Needs to Know About Vaping” geared to teens and tweens, with snacks and gift cards.

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FALL FRENZY When: Sept. 26-28 Where: Downtown White Bear Lake Details: Weekend of events includes Ladies Night Out, Scarecrow contest, Flavors of Fall specials at local eateries and pubs. Contact: downtown whitebearlake.com

WHITE BEAR LAKE HOMECOMING AND PARADE When: Friday, Sept. 27 Details: Parade typically begins around 3 p.m. in Downtown White Bear Lake, followed by football game at 7 p.m. at WBLAHS South Campus Contact: www.whitebear. k12.mn.us

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Montessori school. Music, water stops and healthy snacks. Food donations collected. Contact: oakhillmontessori.org/ fun-run/

BUCKTHORN WORKSHOP AND VOLUNTEER TRAINING When: 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, Sept. 28 Where: Tamarack Nature Center, 5287 Otter Lake Rd., White Bear Township Details: Learn about this invasive species and how to identify common and smooth buckthorn, how to control it and how to dispose of it safely. Sign up to help wipe out buckthorn at Tamarack. Contact: 651-407-5350 or tamaracknaturecenter. org

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When: 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 28 When: Friday, Sept. 27 Where: Starts at Bald Details: Celebrate Eagle Ave. between 2nd Mahtomedi Schools and 3rd Streets, White with a parade prior to Bear Lake football game. Parade Details: One block run/ typically at 4:30 p.m. from walk benefits the White Wildwood Elementary to Bear Area Emergency Mahtomedi High School Food Shelf. $35 donation/ Open to the community. adult; $15/child under 12 Contact: www.mahtomedi. includes treats, water, k12.mn.us coffee, and a t-shirt. Come alone or organize a team. COMMUNITY FUN RUN & Contact: 651-429-5561 or whitebearfoodshelf.org WALK When: 9:30 a.m.-noon Saturday, Sept. 28 WHITE BEAR AREA HISTORIC HOUSE TOUR Where: Sucker Lake Regional Park, 4500 Rice When: Noon-6 p.m. St., Vadnais Heights Sunday, Sept. 29 Details: Family-friendly Details: Tour 10 fabulous fundraiser for Oak Hill homes on and around


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Details: Mata Ortiz pottery is the revival of a tradition that disappeared with a civilization in Northern Mexico about 800 years ago. Exhibit runs through Oct. 17. Pottery sale Sept. 12-14. Contact: whitebeararts. org

46TH ANNUAL MARINE ART FAIR When: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 21 and Sunday, Sept. 22 Where: downtown Marine on St. Croix Details: Fundraiser for Marine Volunteer Fire Department and Ambulance Department. Outdoor juried event; multiple artists and craftspeople. Contact: marineonstcroix.org

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Township Day Celebration When: 2-9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14 Where: Polar Lakes Park, 1281 Hammond Road, White Bear Township

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CENTURY COLLEGE 2ND ANNUAL ALUMNI CRUISE When: 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22 Where: Stillwater River Boats, 525 S Main St. Details: Join fellow Century College (Lakewood, 916 VoTech, Northeast Metro Technical) alumni for an afternoon sailing the scenic St. Croix River aboard the historic Anastasia River Boat. View fall foliage while networking, socializing, and enjoying delicious food. Anyone who has taken one class is

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Music OKTOBERFEST AT THE GASTHAUS When: 5-11 p.m. Friday & Saturdays, Noon-6 p.m. Sundays, Sept. 13-15 and Sept. 20-22 Where: Gasthaus Bavarian Hunter Restaurant, 8390 Lofton Ave. Stillwater Details: Festival tent, German food, beer and oompah music. Sundays are family days with face painting and live music. Over 21 only. Contact: 651-4397128 or gasthaus

When: 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28; 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29 Where: Town Square Park, Afton Details: 100+ vendors showcasing fi ne art, live music, food wine and beer garden, craft and activities for kids. Contact: aftonartfair. com

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BLUEGRASS AND LEMONADE IN THE SHADE When: 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22 Where: Gammelgarden Museum, 20880 Olinda Trail, Scandia Details: Listen to area musicians play bluegrass and enjoy free lemonade. Guided tours at 1p.m. and 2:30 p.m. for $7. Contact: 651-433-5053 or gammelgardenmuseum. org

Arts OPENING RECEPTION: MATA ORTIZ REVIVING AN ANCIENT TRADITION When: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12 Where: White Bear Center for the Arts, 4971 Long Ave.

Ongoing SCENIC WAGON RIDES When: 1-5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays; 10-11 a.m. and 4-5 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays, Sept. 7-Oct. 20 Where: Pine Tree Apple Orchard, 450 Apple Orchard Rd, Dellwood Details: Wagon rides run continuously. Contact: 651-429-7202 or pinetreeappleorchard. com

PLANT AND INSECT DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC When: 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays through Sept. 28 Where: The Barn, 2020 White Bear Ave., Maplewood Details: Bring in a

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ANXIETY SUPPORT GROUP When: 1-2:30 p.m. the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month Where: Church of St. Pius X, room 42, 3878 Highland Ave., White Bear Lake Details: Open-door anxiety and panic support group to help participants develop coping skills and share experiences. Contact: 612-245-5720 or namimn.org

WHITE BEAR LAKE FARMERS MARKET When: 8 a.m.-noon Fridays, June 28- Oct. Where: Washington Ave. and 4th St., downtown White Bear Lake Details: Organic produce, natural meats and cheeses, honey, syrup, baked goods, plants and flowers. Contact: 651-747-3650 or whitebearlake.org

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VADNAIS HEIGHTS FARMERS MARKET When: 2-6 p.m. Wednesdays, June - Oct. Where: Helene Houle Medical Center parking lot, 1155 E. County Road E Details: 30 selling spaces with produce grown within 50 miles of St. Paul. Contact: 651-485-9532 or cityvadnaisheights.com

MAHTOMEDI FARMERS MARKET When: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sundays, through September 22 Where: Mahtomedi District Education Center, 1520 Mahtomedi Ave. Details: Temporarily relocated due to construction at Veteran’s Park.

DROP-IN DISCOVERY STATIONS When: 10 a.m.-noon Saturdays, June-Sept. Where: Tamarack Nature Center, 5287 Otter Lake Road, White Bear Township Details: Free dropin program with nature discussions, touchable artifacts and interactions with animals. All ages. Contact: 651-407-5350 or parks.co.ramsey.mn.us/ tamarack


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LOOKING BACK Week of September 8-14, 2019 Culled from the archives of the White Bear Press at the resource library of the White Bear Lake Area Historical Society. 1919 Last Monday evening Harrison Fuller, city editor of the St. Paul Dispatch, representing the American Legion, addressed a number of our returned soldier boys and formed a chapter for White Bear with the following temporary officers: President – Leslie Palmer, Secretary – Chas. Haussner, Treasurer – Allyn Warner. White Bear has enough young men who are eligible to membership in the Legion to have a strong chapter if they all take an interest. 1944 Macalester college, whose fall term opens Sept. 15 again will attract many students from White Bear, and among those to enroll this fall are: Miss Norma Zwerenz…Miss Joy Rogalla…Miss Audrey Oestreich…Miss Phyllis Coleman…Miss Abby Amundson 1969 Sp. 4 Darryl M. LeMire is now serving as a helicopter mechanic stationed at Phu Bia, Vietnam. He has been in the country since February 10, 1969. Specialist LeMire took basic at Fort Camp-

bell, Ky, then went on to Army Aircraft Maintenance School and graduated second out of a class of 41 men. He went from there to Fort Carson, Colorado, for further training and experience and then to Vietnam. In June he was selected as Unit Soldier of the Month. LeMire is married and has a five-month-old son he has never seen. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold LeMire of White Bear Lake. 1994 The White Bear Township Board of Supervisors last week approved plans for the town’s fi rst ever restaurant with on-site liquor sales. At its Tuesday, Aug. 6 meeting, supervisors voted 3-0 to allow developer C. G. Rein and Applebee’s International to build a 5,400 square foot restaurant south of Cub Foods and to the west of Block Buster Video. Looking Forward to the Past Upcoming Historical Society Events White Bear Area Historic House Tour 2019 Sunday, September 29, Noon - 6 p.m. Tour 10 fantastic sites on and around White Bear Lake including quaint cottages, beautiful lake homes and historic community buildings. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to tour these wonderful locations! Tickets and information are available at whitebearhistory.org or 651-407-5327.

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Darryl LeMire in Vietnam, 1969.

Compiled by Gloria Tessier, Meg Todd and Sara Markoe Hanson at the White Bear Lake Area Historical Society, 651-407-5327.

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Mustangs stymie Bear gridders 17-7 BY BRUCE STRAND SPORTS CONTRIBUTOR

Limited by their opponents’ rugged defense, and their own difficulty with one basic element of football, White Bear Lake lost to Mounds View 17-7 there Friday evening. The Bears (1-1) took a brief 7-3 lead with their lone touchdown drive in the third quarter, all on the ground, capped by Jeff Odamtten’s four-yard run and his conversion kick. Mounds View (2-0) stymied the Bears the rest of the way and scored twice in the final quarter. Third-year quarterback Cole Stenstrom darted four yards for the go-ahead touchdown and passed to Jeff Roeber for a 33-yard score. The Bears struggled with the snap to quarterback, said coach Ryan Bartlett. “Sometimes the snap was bad, sometimes it wasn’t caught,” he said. “That happened, I’d say eight to 12 times. That’s self-inflicted, and those are plays that (opponents) don’t have to defend. We have to improve that.” Cam Zaleski gained 108 yards on 22 carries, account-

ing for the majority of the Bears offense. They netted 110 yards on 39 ground plays (including sacks and other lost-yardage plays) while Branden Berwald hit four of seven passes for 48 yards. Rico Kirk caught two for 31 yards. “They are really good on defense,” Bartlett said about the Mustangs. “Their defensive backs are all 6-foot or more and very athletic, so it’s hard to throw on them. But I think our offense played well on the plays where we executed and made the blocks.” The two squads slogged to a scoreless tie in a penalty-filled first half. The Bears had a couple chances to score foiled by mistakes. “Seriously, that first half, if we caught the snap, we didn’t line up right. If we got the handoff, we jumped (offside),” Bartlett said. The Bears defense “played well for the most part,” the coach assessed, citing linebackers Brad Snook and Grant Napgezek, and lineman Dylan Larson, in particular for making plays. “We knew White Bear Lake would be tough in all aspects of the game, and this is a rivalry game,” Mustang coach Aaron Moberg said. “We knew it would be a fight for 48 minutes.”

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Bear defenders Will Flemons (4) and Spencer Oxton wrap up Mounds View’s Brian Tebbutt after a five-yard gain.

The Bears lost guard Luke Prokosch with a probable high ankle sprain that will sideline him several weeks, the coach said. White Bear Lake will host Stillwater (1-1) on Friday evening.

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Mahtomedi erupted for 24 points in the second quarter and went on to defeat Hill-Murray 43-13 on Friday evening, Sept. 6, in Maplewood. The Zephyrs (1-1) passed for 212 yards and ran for 276. Johnny DeVore completed nine of 13 passes for 159 yards and one touchdown. Jordan Hull carried 20 times for 146 yards and two scores. After a scoreless quarter, DeVore passed to Steve Runkel for an 11-yard TD, Josh Praml dashed 24 yards for a touchdown, Hill scored from the one, and Kyle Oswald kicked a 22-yard field goal. Hull busted loose for a 51-yard TD in the third period and Praml added a 10-yarder. The final TD was a pass from Austin Schulte to Ethan Loss from 33 yards out. For Hill-Murray (1-1), Rashad McKinley had both touchdowns on passes from Max Yanz covering 86 and 42 yards. Praml gained 63 yards in nine carries. Runkel caught five passes for 71 yards and Tyler Tengwall three for 54. Oswald was 4-for-6 on extra points. Mahtomedi will host St. Thomas Academy (2-0) on Friday. Bruce Strand

Mahtomedi goalkeeper Josh Bates rushed out on the field to cover this loose ball just ahead of St. Paul Harding’s Kevin Sanchez last Wednesday in St. Paul. The Zephyrs beat Harding 2-0 in overtime, with T.J. Bruner and Yassin Hussein scoring. Bates and the Zephyrs posted another shutout Saturday, foiling Minnehaha Academy 4-0 at home. Their record is 4-1 with four shutouts. Kyle Schmidt, Bruner, Nathan Gruhlke and George Velky scored in that match.

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WHITE BEAR SPORTS BRIEFS Bear swimmers host invitational The Bear swimming team hosted its annual White Bear Lake Invitational and placed sixth of eight teams on Saturday, Sept. 7 with Stillwater topping the field as usual, at the YMCA. Top-10 finishes for the Bears were posted by Mackenzie Petty, ninth in 100 freestyle and 10th in 200 frees; Sydney Beck, ninth in backstroke; and Ainsley Durand, 10th in the 500 freestyle. The Bears hosted East Ridge in their dual opener Thursday and lost 99-71. Petty placed third in the 200 free and fourth in 100. Beck took third in backstroke. Placing fourth were Durand (200 free), Delaney Ebbert (medley), Emma Masso (50 free) and Emma Pierce (500 free).

Vadnais golfer gets ace Kathy Hellen of Vadnais Heights shot a hole-in-one at the Applewood Hills course in Stillwater on Aug. 29. She

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were stymied 1-0 by Maple Grove (4-1-1), giving up a goal with 1:15 left after a turnover. Janicki made nine saves.

Girls soccer 1-1-1 in grueling stretch White Beat Lake girls soccer has faced three straight strong teams — with just one loss between them — and came away with a tie, win and a close loss. The Bears (3-2-1) battled Lakeville South (3-0-1) to a 0-0 deadlock there Aug. 29, launching nine shots on goal, all stopped by Ashlyn Waldon. The Bears used two goalies, with Ella Janicki making three saves and Tristin Lehner two. The Bears handed Cretin-Derham Hall (3-1) their first loss 2-1 Thursday evening in St. Paul, taking a 2-0 halftime lead. Anna Racine scored off a feed from Kayla Anderson, and Anderson scored unassisted. Janicki made 11 saves. Ellie Dougherty scored for CDH. On Saturday at home, the Bears

Volleyball team has 5-3 record White Bear Lake volleyball is 5-3 overall, after placing fourth in an Irondale tournament on Saturday, where they defeated St. Paul Como Park 25-20, 25-21 and Duluth Denfeld 25-20, 25-19. Losses came against Rochester John Marshall 25-14, 25-14, and Irondale 21-25, 25-21, 15-10. “As a team, the girls performed really well. They brought a great energy into the gym and battled hard,” coach Mike Alexander commented. Autumn Grisim made six blocks against Irondale. The Bears (5-3 overall) beat 25-16, 15-25, 25-22, 15-25, 15-13 on Tuesday. Game five ended with Kendra Jacobson making her third block of a long rally. Maddie Andacht knocked down 14 kills and Samantha Steffens 12,

while Savannah Shea made 44 assists.

Ranked 8th on national soccer poll Benjamin Keller, 2016 graduate of White Bear Lake Area High School, begins the soccer season at Luther College ranked No. 8 on the United Soccer Coaches Division III Preseason National Poll. A senior forward, he is the son of John and Debbie Keller of White Bear Lake. Bruce Strand

MAHTOMEDI SPORTS BRIEFS Mahtomedi girls 10th, boys 11th in big CC opener The Mahtomedi cross country boys placed 11th of 26 teams, while the girls placed 10th of 21 teams, in its season opener, the Gerry Smith Invitational, last Thursday, hosted by Tri-City United High School at Montgomery National Golf Club. For the Zephyr boys, Ethan Barr placed 42nd (18:08), Reid Larence 53rd (18:33), Ryan Malvey 55th (18:37), Ismail Bah 81st (19:11) and Lucas Grace 82nd (19:12), among 184 runners. For the Zephyr girls, Makayla Fischer placed 14th (20:37), Sarah Brings 38th (22:24), Kaia Kapfer 44th (22:27), Anna Thompson 55th (22:48), and Lauren Whiterabbit 69th (23:24) among 156 runners. Team champs were the St. James boys and Rochester Century girls. Individual champs were Peter Lynch of Benilde-St. Margaret (15:57) and Ella Dufault of Waseca (18:48).

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Celebrations Justin Cilley earned the highest achievement rank offered by the Boy Scouts of America (BSA): the Eagle Scout Award. Only four percent of Scouts attain the Eagle Rank. The honor was bestowed August 2nd in White Bear Lake.

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Local 13U team wins MYAS baseball title White Bear Lake Baseball Association’s 13U Orange team was champion of the MYAS Rec State Tournament, Aug. 2-3-4 in Ham Lake. Orange was 6-0 in the tournament and 15-2-2 for the season. In the semifinals, Orange nipped Armstrong Cooper 14-13 with Jimmy Bergman delivering a two-run single in the last of the seventh. The base paths were busy as Orange had 11 hits and stole 19 bases, while Cooper had 13 hits and 18 steals. In the finals, Orange beat Rogers 16-10. Sam Ganyaw, Kris Kirkland and Simon Anderson each collected three hits to lead WBL — among 15 hits, and swiped 16 bases.

The White Bear Lake teen was a member of Cub Scout Pack 726 and Boy Scout Troop 9212, chartered by the Vadnais Heights Lions Club. His achievements and leadership positions included the Arrow of Light, Order of the Arrow, Junior Assistant Scoutmaster, Senior Patrol Leader, Assistant Patrol Leader, and Gray Wolf Leadership training. For his Eagle community service project, Cilley designed and led the construction of a gaga ball pit at Willow Lane Elementary. Over 150 volunteer hours were devoted to fundraising, design and construction of the gaga ball pit. He would like to thank everyone who volunteered or donated. Cilley is a recent graduate of White Bear Lake Area High School where he participated in Math team and archery. He was the WBLAHS 2019 math student of the year. He will attend the University of Minnesota Twin Cities at the College of Science and Engineering this Fall and plans to major in chemical engineering.


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Zephyr tennis impressive in Duluth quad BY BRUCE STRAND SPORTS CONTRIBUTOR

Mahtomedi tennis made a strong showing at the Duluth East Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 7, defeating three traditionally strong Class AA teams. “A really good day of tennis for us, going 3-0 against some great competition,” said coach Aar-

on Freer, after the Zephyrs clipped St. Cloud Tech 6-1, Duluth East 4-3, and Elk River 5-2. Ranked No. 8 in Class 2A, they improved to 6-1. Against No. 8 Elk River, which had beaten Tech and East, the match was tied 1-1 before Zephyr freshmen Mari Meger and Sonya Potthoff bounced back from fi rst-set losses to win the next two sets at No. 3 and 4 singles, opening a 3-1 lead.

“Meger and Potthoff showed tremendous resilience, determination and a never-quit attitude,” Freer said, adding that he and assistant Caitlyn Merzbacher were “a mess of nerves” but the players stayed calm. Annika Munson got the clincher against the Elks (12-2) at 1-singles. Lauren Splett and Sarah Hoffman closed with a three-set win at 1-doubles. The fi rst point came from Elena Carlson and Annika Hillstrom at 2-doubles. Munson, eighth-grader, also got the clincher against Duluth East. With the team score 3-3, she breezed 6-0, 6-1 at 2-singles. Elena Carlson, Zephyr senior usually at 1-doubles, rallied to win 4-6, 6-2, 6-0 at 3-singles, to give the Zephyrs a 3-2 lead. Munson had started the day beating No. 8 ranked Tech junior Ashley Tarrolly 6-1, 6-4 at 1-singles. Freer said one of the tourney goals was to give all 14 varsity players at least one match, which they did, using different singles and doubles lineups in each match. The Zephyrs also won their Metro East opener 7-0 over South St. Paul last week.

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Record donations for Tour De Bar benefit Tour De Bar organizers gathered at Cabin 61 in White Bear Lake Thursday, Sept. 5 to reveal the fundraising results of the annual benefit bike ride. Displaying the $20,327 total, from left, back row, Sandy Bolich, Sue Miller-Dailey, Mike Shearen, Bill Foussard, Linda Shearen, Carolyn Peterson. Middle row, Erica Largent, Jenny Largent, Lylah Largent, Rick Hill. Front row, Alyse Largent, Maura Largent. Additionally, Bill Foussard with the help of Tiffany Vuk, Best Western Hotel and Resorts Corporate, obtained a rewards card with 250,000 points for the Largent family to use while traveling.

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OFFICE OF THE MINNESOTA SECRETARY OF STATE CERTIFICATE OF ASSUMED NAME Pursuant to Chapter 333, Minnesota Statutes; the undersigned, who is or will be conducting or transacting a commercial business in the State of Minnesota under an assumed name, hereby certifies: 1. The assumed name under which the business is or will be conducted is: LightCraft 2. The street address of the principal place of business is or will be: 4900 Constellation Drive Saint Paul Drive MN 55127 USA 3. The name and street address of all persons conducting business under the above Assumed Name, including any corporation that may be conducting this business. ASP Holdings, Inc. 4900 Constellation Drive Saint Paul Drive MN 55127 USA 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 section 609.48 as if I had signed this certificate under oath. Dated: September 20, 2019 Signed: Paul Johnson Published two times in the White Bear Press on September 11 and 18, 2019.

I’m not sure if this was a good week of weather or not. I guess if you headed back to school it was nice to be in a comfortable classroom. We avoided a sweltering State Fair and the late day Labor Day storm produced over an inch of rain and a great lightning show. It’s not the end of summer-like temperatures yet and I don’t want it to be but the signs are all there for cooler temperatures ahead. With the longer and cooler nights cars are soaked in morning dew. I guess that beats scraping ice off window. Nice stretch of temperatures in store for the next few weeks. Nature note: My monarch butterfly emerged from the cocoon. It is a male and it’s headed to Mexico where it lives its life for the next 5-6 months. Happy trails little Louie.

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BROWN’S CREEK WATERSHED DISTRICT

3103021440043

CHESAK ANTHONY M & MELISSA L

1302 INVERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

13021VERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440044

FOLEYMARKM

1301 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1301 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on Wednesday, September 11, 2019, at 6:30 p.m., the Brown’s Creek Watershed District Board of Managers will hold a public hearing to receive comments on the District’s proposed 2020 Budget and Levy. The District’s proposed total budget for 2020 is $2,107,077, including grants, fees and levy funding sources. The proposed tax levy is $164,690 for the General Fund and $935,122 for the Management Plan Project Fund for a total proposed levy of $1,099,812, a proposed 0.3% decrease from 2019. The public hearing will be held at the Family Means, 1875 Northwestern Ave S, Stillwater, MN. Anne Maule Miller, Secretary, Browns Creek Watershed District Published two times in the White Bear Press on September 4 and 11, 2019.

3103021440045

MCCORMICK CASEY J

1317BERWICKLNMAHTOMEDIMN 55115

1317 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440046

ANDERSON RICHARD & AMY Ill

1323 BERWICK LN SAINT PAUL MN 55115

1323 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440047

SCHLEGEL LUKE R & KELLIE M

1335 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1335 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440048

WOHL ADAM R & JILL A

1349 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1:i49 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440012

TERHARK MICHAEL J & MARY JEAN

1350 BERWICK LN ST PAUL MN 55115

1350 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440013

HOLM STEVEN G & LAURIE A

1342 BERWICK LN ST PAUL MN 55115

3103021440014

ZENDER LISAK & MARK D

1334 BERWICK LN ST PAUL MN 55115

1334 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440015

HUSO STEVEN V & CAROL

1322 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1322 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440016

OSTRAND JOHN P & KRISTA A

1316 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1316 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440017

QUAM DAVID L & KATHLEEN B

1319 PRESTWICK PL ST PAUL MN 55115

1319 PRESTWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440018

VANHOUT DAVID J & JENNIFER N

1321 PRESTWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1321 PRESTWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440019

KARP GREGORY P & DIANE L

1333 PRESTWICK PL ST PAUL MN 55115

1333 PRESTWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440020

ANDERSON ROSS E & DAWN L

3103021440021

CICH JEREMIAH & KATHLEEN

1357 PRESTWICK PLZ MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1357 PRESTWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440022

VIRGINIA M FOX TRS

1356 PRESTWICK PLACE MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1356 PRESTWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440023

SCHWIETZ FRANCIS B & CAROL J

1344 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1344 PRESTWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021440024

PARISEAU-SCHUSTER JULIE TRS & JOHN R SCHUSTER TRS

1320 PRESTWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1320 PRESTWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440025

ABBOTT MICHAEL D & REBECCA M WILSON-ABBOTT

1318 PRESTWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1318 PRESTWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410086

ENGBRECHT MICHAEL R & JULIE

1246 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1246 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410085

SYMANIETZ SCOTT M & MOLLY A

1234 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1234 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410084

MCELREATH JOHN T & ELLEN M

1226 PRESTWICKTER ST PAUL MN 55115

1226 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410083

NELSON MARK A & LEANNE E

1210 PRESTWICK TER ST PAUL MN 55115

1210 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410082

LISOWSKI MICHAEL J & JULIE L DAHL

1200 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1200 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410081

NANCY J GOODMANSON TRS

1203 PRESTWICK TERR MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1203 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410080

CHLEBECK JOSEPH M & JACLYN

1211 PRESTWICK TER ST PAUL MN 55115

1211 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410079

HACKWORTHY THOMAS & SARAH

1225 PRESTWICK TERR MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1225 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

CITY OF MAHTOMEDI NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED ASSESSMENT Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Mahtomedi, Minnesota, will hold a public hearing and meet in the City Hall Council Chambers at 600 Stillwater Road, Mahtomedi, Minnesota, at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 17, 2019, to consider, pass upon, adopt and levy the proposed special assessments for delinquent utility accounts. The proposed assessment roll is on file for public inspection at the City Clerk’s office. The total amount of the proposed assessment is $122,345.57. Those persons having an interest in said hearing are encouraged to attend the meeting. Scott Neilson, City Administrator Published two times in the White Bear Press on September 4 and 11, 2019.

CITY OF MAHTOMEDI WASHINGTON COUNTY, MINNESOTA RESOLUTION NO. 2019-38 RESOLUTION CALLING FOR AND RATIFYING AN ASSESSMENT HEARING WITH RESPECT TO ECHO LAKE AREA IMPROVEMENTS WHEREAS, Minnesota Statutes§ 429.061, Subd. 1, provides that” ... the Clerk, with the assistance of the engineer or other qualified person selected by the Council, shall calculate the proper amount to be specially assessed for the improvement against every assessable lot, piece or parcel of land .... “ WHEREAS, the City Council directed the City Clerk with the assistance of the City’s engineering consultant to prepare a proposed assessment roll for Echo Lake Area Improvements. WHEREAS, the City Clerk has notified the Council that such proposed assessment roll has been completed and is on file for public inspection. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF MAHTOMEDI: 1. The draft Notice of Assessment Hearing attached hereto as Exhibit A is hereby approved and ratified. 2. A hearing shall be held on the pt day of October, 2019, at Mahtomedi City Hall Council Chambers located as 600 Stillwater Road, Mahtomedi, Minnesota, at 7:00 p.m. to pass upon such proposed assessment and at such time and place all persons owning property affected by such improvement will be given an opportunity to be heard with reference to such assessment. 3. The action of the Clerk to cause the attached Notice of Assessment Hearing to be published at least once in the official newspaper at least two weeks prior to the hearing and to mail the Notice to the owners of each parcel described in the assessment roll is hereby approved and ratified. The mailing will be not less than two weeks prior to the hearing. Passed this 3rd day of September, 2019. Motion for adoption by: Brainerd Seconded by: Deans Ayes: Brainerd, Deans, Ledermann, Marshall, Wolgamot Nays: None Abstained: None Absent: None EXHIBIT A CITY OF MAHTOMEDI WASHINGTON COUNTY, MINNESOTA NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS ECHO LAKE AREA IMPROVEMENTS TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Mahtomedi, Minnesota, will hold a public hearing and meet in the City Hall Council Chambers at 600 Stillwater Road, Mahtomedi, Minnesota, at 7:00p.m. on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 to consider, pass upon, adopt and levy the proposed special assessments for improvements as follows. At the hearing, the City Council may adopt the proposed assessments. ECHO LAKE AREA IMPROVEMENTS GENERAL NATURE OF IMPROVEMENTS: This project includes full bituminous replacement on the following streets: • Ashley Lane from Dunbar Way to Windsor Lane • Barrington Place from Dunbar Way to Cul-de-sac • Berwick Lane from Dunbar Way to Long Lake Road • Berwick Place from Berwick Lane to Cul-de-sac • Dunbar Knoll from Dunbar Way to Cul-de-sac • Dunbar Way to Lincolntown Avenue to Long Lake Road • Hillswick Place from Kilbirnie Way to Cul-de-sac • Hillswick Terrace from Kilbirnie Way to Cul-de-sac • Iverness Place from Kilbirnie Way to Cul-de-sac • Kilbirnie Way from Lincolntown Avenue to Dunbar Way • Prestwick Place from Kilbirnie Way to Cul-de-sac • Prestwick Terrace from Kilbirnie Way to Cul-de-sac • Windsor Lane from Berwick Lane to Dunbar Way This project includes storm sewer improvements and watermain improvements on the following streets: • Dunbar Way • Kilbirnie Way AREA PROPOSED TO BE ASSESSED: The area proposed to be specially assessed is generally described as properties abutting or with direct access to Ashley Lane, Barrington Place, Berwick Lane, Berwick Place, Dunbar Knoll, Dunbar Way, Hillswick Place, Hillswick Terrace, Iverness Place, Kilbirnie Way, Prestwick Place, Prestwick Terrace, and Windsor Lane. Said area proposed to be assessed includes the property tax parcels listed below in the following proposed assessment roll: PID

FEE OWNER

FEE OWNER ADDRESS

PROPERTY ADDRESS

3103021420004

RUECKERT MARK E & MICHELE A

383 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

383 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021420003

KELLY ROBERT G & RONA D

3103021420037

MATTHEW & STEPHANIE HUGHES

407 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

407 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420038

JACKIE KAY MARS REVOC TRS

409 BARRINGTON 55115

409 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420039

395 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

PLACE

MAHTOMEDI

MN

395 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00 $2,700.00

MUELLER CYNTHIA A

421 BARRINGTON 55115

PLACE

MAHTOMEDI

MN

3103021420040

WALZ JOHN & STACEY FUJII

433 BARRINGTON 55115

PLACE

MAHTOMEDI

MN

433 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420041

KRIER PAUL & CAROLINE

445 BARRINGTON 55115

PLACE

MAHTOMEDI

MN

445 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430031

ANDERSON CHARLES R & JANET M

3103021430030

WALSH ROBERT WIll & WANDA S

418 BARRINGTON PL ST PAUL MN 55115

418 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430029

JAVIERA F MCGUIGGAN

406 BARRINGTON PL ST PAUL MN 55115-2827

406 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430021

TRAVIS L & ANGELA S CHALUPSKY

3103021430020

ERIC & JUDITH BLEGEN

3103021430019

GLASENAPP STEVEN J & NANCY E

1271 DUNBAR WAY ST PAUL MN 55115

1271 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430018

KEDRIC & LISA CURTIS

1291 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1291 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430017

DAVID M & DIANE OLSON

1309 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1309 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430016

MCSHERRY MARK W & JULIE N

3103021430015

HOLSLIN JESSICA E & KIRK E

3103021430028

SCHUSSLER THOMAS J & SUSAN P

1348 DUNBAR WAY ST PAUL MN 55115

1348 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430027

JOHNSON SHEILA R

1328 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1328 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430026

HEININGER JAMES R & MARY L

1308 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1308 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430025

ANDERSON JOHN T & CHRISTY L

1288DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1288 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430024

HAKANSON RONALD G & GERALDINE

1268 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1268 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021430035

HOEFS DALE L & KRISTIN J

1313 HILLSWICK PL SAINT PAUL MN 55115

1313 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021430036

BOEGEL BETH A

1325 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1325 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430037

SCOTT & DANIELLE SAVAGE

1337 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1337 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430038

JUAIRE JANELLE L & JOSEPH D

1349 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1349 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430039

SCHWEIZER MARK & CYNTHIA

3103021440026

WHITMORE DANIEL L & CARl E

1352 HILLSWICK PL ST PAUL MN 55115

1352 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440027

FRANK DONOVAN W & KATHY A

1346 HILLSWICK ST PAUL MN 55115

1346 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440028

CARROLL JERRY P & TERRY A

1338 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1338 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440029

GANTRIIS PETER & KATHRYN

1324 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1324 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440030

KATHRYN T FRABLE TRS

1312 HILLSWICK PLACE MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1312 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440031

HALL DONALD E & PHYLLIS L

1300 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1300 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440032

ADAM R RIDDERING

13031VERNESS PL ST PAUL MN 55115

13031VERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440033

MALMER JEFFREY D & CHRISTINE

13151VERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

13151VERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440034

ROHDE ROBERT A & NANCY A

1327 IVERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

13271VERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440035

MATHSON SCOTT R & KELLY J

13391VERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1339 IVERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440036

ANTHONY L & ABBEY I PIERCE

13431VERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1343 IVERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021440037

HAMMOND SCOTT W & DIANE W

1355 IVERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

13551VERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440038

RUSSELL G HILL & LAURANN F HILL TRS

13541NVERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1354 IVERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440039

MCGILL RUSSELL A & REBECCA L

1340 IVERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1340 IVERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440040

BEAULIEU DREW A

13361VERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

13361VERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440041

BO & JENNIFER HANNA CONNER

13261VERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1326 IVERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021440042

GUSTAFSON MARK A & DEBORAH L

13141VERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

13141VERNESS PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

420 BARRINGTON PL ST PAUL MN 55115

394 BARRINGTON PL ST PAUL MN 55115 382 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1331 DUNBARWAYMAHTOMEDIMN55115 1351 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1353 HILLSWICK PLACE MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

421 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

PROPOSED ASSESSMENT

420 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

394 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115 382 BARRINGTON PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1331 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115 1351 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1353 HILLSWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

$2,700.00

$2,700.00 $2,700.00

$2,700.00 $2,700.00

$2,700.00 $2,700.00

$2,700.00

$2,700.00

1345 PRESTWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1342 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1345 PRESTWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

$2,700.00

$2,700.00

3103021410078

NYQUIST BENJAMIN J & KRISTINA K

1239 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1239 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410077

BRINGS DANIEL S & AMY I

1247 PRESTWICK TERR MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1247 PRESTWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410076

SCHRANCK DAVID R & TRUDY A

3103021410075

OLSON ERLING J & SHARON A

1236 BERWICK LN ST PAUL MN 55115

1236 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410074

STOOKSBURY ERICKA S & ANDREWP

1224 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1224 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410073

BENNING JEFFREY T & DANETTE J

1212 BERWICK LN ST PAUL MN 55115

1212 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1242 BERWICK LN ST PAUL MN 55115

1242 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

$2,700.00

3103021410072

LOUISE C ADDINGTON REV TRS 1/29/16

1204 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1204 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410071

VAN EE CHERYL A TRS & STEVEN E VAN EETRS

1196 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1196 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410070

GEHEREN GREG L & HUFF MARY L

96 BERWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

96 BERWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410069

MARTINSON REID A

3103021410068

GIBSON JILL ANN

3103021410067

SUSAN HOFFMAN TRS

40 BERWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

40 BERWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410066

PATTRIDGE LEE J & VICTORIA L

39 BERWICK PL ST PAUL MN 55115

39 BERWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410065

MOOSBRUGGER PETER J & KRISTY A

53 BERWICK PL ST PAUL MN 55115

53 BERWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

66 BERWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115 54 BERWICK PL ST PAUL MN 55115

3103021410064

BAUMANN LESLIE A

3103021410063

VOTO JARED & CHRISTINA

3103021410062

NOYES CAROL A

3103021410021

KVASNICKA HANSEN

JOHN

65 BERWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

H

67 BERWICK PLACE MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

&

SOLVEIG

3103021410020

BALKEN HARLAN F & LOIS M

3103021410019

BRUNNER JOHN HOLMBERG

J

&

GRETCHEN

66 BERWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115 54 BERWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

65 BERWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115 87 BERWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00 $2,700.00

$2,700.00 $2,700.00

99 BERWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

99 BERWICK PL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

A

98 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

98 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

78 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

76 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

L

58 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

58 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410018

GROVER MICHAEL & MELANIE MORANGROVER

38 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

38 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410017

KUKER STEVEN D & MARIE D

18 DUNBARWAYSTPAULMN 55115

18 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410016

HUTTEMIER JON & CAROL

21 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

21 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410015

DAVIES RUSS & JANE A

41 DUNBAR WAY ST PAUL MN ‘55115

41 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021410014

SPANNBAUER LUKE D & CECILIA E

61 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

61 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021410013

BURG JUSTIN A & KATIE ST MARTIN

81 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

81 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410012

ESCH JASON M & MEIXIAO F

101 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

101 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410011

HOLMES LELAND J & SANDRA K

121 DUNBAR WAY ST PAUL MN 55115

121 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410010

FRUITS WILLARD L JR & LYNETTE

141 DUNBARWAYSTPAULMN 55115

141 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021410009

SCHIMNOWSKI PAUL D & MELISSA A

161 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

161 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410008

BUCKLEY THOMAS & HEIDI

181 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

181 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410007

REYES EDELBERT G & MARY T

201 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

201 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410006

GAIL TERESE OLSON REV LIV TRS 12/12/12

221 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

221 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410005

MIRON ELAINE M & GLEN I

241 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

241 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410004

MCDONOUGH CONOR M & AMANDAM

261 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

261 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410003

SCHUFMAN SCOTT S & CYNTHIA M

281 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00 $2,700.00

$2,700.00

281 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420018

VOYTOVICH MICHAEL D & SHANNON

301 DUNBAR WAY ST PAUL MN 55115

301 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420017

SKUNDBERG PATRICIA A

321 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

321 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420016

AREND CALVIN & LISA

341 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

341 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420015

JOHNSON ADAM M & NIYA P

361 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

361 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420014 3103021420013

OVERBY MICHAEL J & CAROL

1031 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1031 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

HENDRICKSON ANNE C

1051 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1051 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420012

MEISSNER THOMAS S & SHARI J

1071 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1071 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420011

JORDAN MICHAEL G & SHERRY R

1091 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1091 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420010

JEAN M OLSON LIV TRS

1111 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1111 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420009

PAPPONE DAVID J & MICHELLE K REDLIN

1131 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1131 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021420008

RYAN DUDLEY

1151 DUNBARWAYSTPAULMN 55115

1151 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00 $2,700.00

3103021420007

BROMELKAMP MICHAEL & PATRICIA

1171 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1171 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420006

WIGAL KURT A & BEVERLY SMITH WICAL

1191 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1191 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420005

SPANGENBERG STEPHEN K & SUSAN

1211 DUNBAR WAY ST PAUL MN 55115

1211 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420032

WALDAL MARK A & ELIZABETH K

1168 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1168 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420033

JOHN E HURLEY & JUNE M HURLEY TRSAGR

1188 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1188 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420034

VIKER RUSSEL RUDOLPH & LYNNE M

1208 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1208 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420035

CHILSON ANDREW L & JESSICA M

3103021430022

WHITSON DREW S & ERICA J

1248 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1248 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430023

STEMBRIDGE STEVEN & CARLISE

1258 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1258 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021430032

WOITAS GARY M & CAROLINE M

1245 HILLSWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1245 HILLSWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420044

CHI IGNACIO & GLORIA FONG

1233 HILLSWICK TER ST PAUL MN 55115

1233 HILLSWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420045

TILLGES JASON & NATALIE

1221 HILLSWICK TER SAINT PAUL MN 55115

1221 HILLSWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420046

STEPHAN TINA M B & RONALD A

1219 HILLSWICK TER ST PAUL MN 55115

1219 HILLSWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021420049

BEVIN SCOTT J & ARLENE S

1220 HILLSWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1220 HILLSWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410088

HAMILTON THOMAS W & SHARON M

1232 HILLSWICK TER ST PAUL MN 55115

1232 HILLSWICK TER MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410040

DANIEL G MERTH LIV TRS

317 KILBIRNIE WAY ST PAUL MN 55115

317 KILBIRNIE WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1228 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1228 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

$2,700.00

$2,700.00

3103021410039

BROWN JASON C & ANGELA L

299 KILBIRNIE WAY ST PAUL MN 55115

299 KILBIRNIE WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410038

MEYER TIMOTHY L & DEBRA L

285 KILBIRNIE WAY ST PAUL MN 55115

285 KILBIRNIE WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410037

RANK SANDRA L

273 KILBIRNIE WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

273 KILBIRNIE WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410036

NEFF TERRY L & KAROLINE

263 KILBIRNIE WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

263 KILBIRNIE WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410035

PAMELA A WOLF TRS

259 KILBIRNIE WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115 256 WINDSOR LN ST PAUL MN 55115

259 KILBIRNIE WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115 256 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410034

JORDE JOSHUA & HEATHER

3103021410033

GALEAZZI SCOTT A & AMY L

260 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

260 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410032

SMITH VALERIE & MITCHELL

272 WINDSOR LN ST PAUL MN S5115

272 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410031

KLINGBEIL WILLIAM & AMBER

284 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

284 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021410030

PHELPS MATTHEW J & ALISA D

296 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

296 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021410029

GLASER JONATHAN & JULIE

302 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

302 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410087

SMRELA JON M & TRACY A

314 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

314 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420047

BAILEY CLAIRE & FRANK

326 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

326 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420030

HUBER SHELLYNNE

348 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

348 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420031

DESJARDINS MICHAEL J & RUTH E

356 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

356 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410061

OSWALD MATTHEW T & JEAN G

1205 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1205 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021410060

PYKA JOHN E & MARLENE K

1197 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1197 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410059

MACK WILLIAM T & SUSAN J

1189 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1189 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410058

BORGEN BRENT & KRISTINA

1173 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDIMN 55115

1173 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410057

QUARNSTROM JOHN W & CONSTANCE

1165 BERWICK LN ST PAUL MN 55115

1165 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410056

ZENK KYLE C & DIANE T

1157 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1157 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021410055

MILLS ALLISON E

1149 BERWICK LN SAINT PAUL MN 55115

1149 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410022

SEIFERT THOMAS J & MARIBETH

1135 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1135 BERWICK LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410023

ROBINSON FRANK C & LYNN M

1154 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1154 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410054

AFFOLTER JAMES E & JEANNE A

1166 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1166 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410053

MEHRHOFF PATRICK & CHRISTA

1170 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1170ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410052

MONTEIRO MATTHEW C & KAVITA S

1182 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1182 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

$2,700.00

$2,700.00 $2,700.00

$2,700.00

$2,700.00

3103021410051

DUNNIGAN PATRICK T & JENNIE

1194 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1194 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410050

DOUGLASS BARTHOLOMEW TRS & SARA BARTHOLOMEW TRS

1206 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1206 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410049

GAGNER LESLIE J & KRISTIN M

3103021410048

THOMFORD JEFFERY S & GAILYN

1222 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1222 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410041

RYAN SHAWN J & MARJORIE S

1223 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1223ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410042

RICHARDSON IAN R & SARAH L

1215 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1215 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410043

BROWN WALTER W & TRACY

1207 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1207 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410044

MARINA K MORRIS TRS

1199 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1199 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410045

LUND JOHN W & LEESA J

3103021410046

TWEDEN RANDAL A & KATHERINE

3103021410047

KREBSBACH JERIKOVSKY

3103021410024

CONSTANCE LEE KEHOE TRS

3103021410025

HOCHBAN NICHOLAS J & LAURA E

238 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

238 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410026

LARSON GREGORY R & CHERYL J

258 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

258 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021410027

STELLMACH DAVID B & KAREN STELLMACH

278 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

278 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420019

KAISER JOEL H & GLENDA L

298 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

298 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420020

MELDMAN DAVID W& CAROL L

318 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

318 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420021

WETHERBY MICHAEL T

338 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

338 DUNBAR WAY MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420022

JANCEVSKI GORAN & KATHRYN M

363 DUNBAR KNOLL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

363 DUNBAR KNL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420023

SICARD SCOTT B & LOUISE A

355 DUNBAR KNOLL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

355 DUNBAR KNL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

3103021420024

WINTER DANIEL J & PATRICIA Z

354 DUNBAR KNOLL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

354 DUNBAR KNL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420025

KELLEY DAVID WAND JANEL

366 DUNBAR KNOLL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

366 DUNBAR KNL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420026

METCALF DANIEL A & JENELL J

378 DUNBAR KNOLL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

378 DUNBAR KNL MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420027

KLOEBER LINDA K

365 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

365 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420028

BENSON BENJAMIN G & SYLVIA

357 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

357 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420029

THURSTIN PAUL F & BARBARA J

349 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

349 WINDSOR LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

3103021420042

CITY OF MAHTOMEDI

600 STILLWATER RD MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

MAHTOMEDI-MN

$10,892.09

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1218 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1183ASHLEY AVE MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

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1218 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1183 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

hardship to make the payments. When deferment of the special assessments has been granted and is terminated for any reason provided by law, all amounts accumulated, plus applicable interest, become due. Any assessed propetiy owner meeting the requirements of this law may apply to the City Clerk on the prescribed form for such deferral or payments of these special assessments. If you qualify and wish a deferment, contact the City Clerk. AUTHORITY TO SPECIALLY ASSESS: The proposed assessments are to be levied pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 429. The improvements are proposed to be assessed against the buildable tax parcels abutting or served by the improvements. The areas, parcels, lots and pieces or property, as specifically described herein, are subject to said assessments. The amounts set fmih in this Notice are the proposed assessments. The City Council may levy and adopt special assessments that are the same or different than the proposed amounts. PAYMENT OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS: Once the special assessments are levied and adopted, the special assessments will be certified to the Washington County Auditor to be extended on the property tax lists for collection with real estate taxes. Prior to this cetiification, however, the propetiy owner may prepay the entire amount of the assessments without any interest thereon provided the prepayment is received by November 1, 2019. If the propetiy owner wishes to prepay the special assessments without any interest, then such payment must be made to the City of Mahtomedi at the Mahtomedi City Hall at 600 Stillwater Road, Mahtomedi, Minnesota, 55115. Partial pre-payment of the special assessment is not presently allowed under the City Ordinances; the prepayment, without interest, must be for the entire amount of the special assessments. If prepayment is not received by November 1, 2019 then: a.) The total principal amount ofthe special assessments will be divided into an equal number of annual installments. The proposed number of annual installments is ten (10), the number of annual installments will be decided by the City Council when the special assessments are levied. b.) The principal amount of the special assessments shall bear interest at the rate determined by the City Council when the special assessments are levied. The proposed interest rate is four and four tenths percent (4.40%). c.) Interest begins to accrue from and after October 1, 2019. d.) The annual principal installments, together with interest accrued on the unpaid balance, are due and payable together with real estate taxes. e.) Interest on the entire special assessments, from October 1, 2019, to December 31 of the year in which the first installment is payable, is added to the first principal installment. The first installment will be due and payable in 2020. f.) If in the future the property owner wishes to pay off the remaining balance of the assessments, then Minnesota Statutes, § 429.061, Subd. 3, provides that such payment be made to the City Treasurer (in Mahtomedi, the City Treasurer is the City Administrator), together with interest accrued to December 31 of the year in which payment is made as long as payment is made prior to November 15; if the pay off occurs after November 15, then interest for the next year is also added. If the adopted special assessments differ from the proposed assessments as to any particular lot, piece or parcel of land, then the City will mail to the owner a notice stating the amount of the adopted assessments. Owners will also be notified, by mail, if the City Council adopts any changes in the interest rate or prepayment requirements from those contained in this NOTICE OF HEARING Jerene Rogers, City Clerk Published one time in the White Bear Press on September 11, 2019.

$2,700.00

$2,700.00

1175 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1175 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

1167 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1167 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

1155 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

1155 ASHLEY LN MAHTOMEDI MN 55115

$2,700.00

$2,700.00

TOTAL AMOUNT OF PROPOSED ASSESSMENT: The project costs for Echo Lake Area Improvements were estimated at $1,629,924.45. The total amount of the proposed assessments is approximately 31.8% thereof; namely, the sum of $518,492.09. The proposed assessments of$518,492.09 are proposed to be levied on the buildable · tax parcels either abutting or served by the improvements. Each buildable tax parcel abutting or served by the improvements is proposed to be assessed an amount as calculated pursuant to the City’s assessment policy, as established pursuant to the City’s fee schedule, and/or pursuant to a municipal improvement benefit study performed by a professional appraisal consultant engaged by the City. ASSESSMENT ROLL AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION: The proposed Assessment Roll is now on file with the City Clerk and is open for public inspection at City Hall located at 600 Stillwater Road, Mahtomedi, Minnesota. The proposed Assessment Roll is being mailed to all the above identified record owners of the parcels proposed to be assessed. The proposed Assessment Roll will also be available for examination at the hearing. OBJECTIONS AND APPEALS: Written and oral objections will be considered at the hearing. Minnesota Statutes§ 429.061 states that no appeal may be taken as to the amount of the assessment unless a written objection, signed by the affected property owner, is filed with the municipal clerk prior to the assessment hearing or presented to the presiding officer at the hearing. An owner may appeal an assessment to the District Comi pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, § 429.081, by serving notice of appeal upon the Mayor or the City Clerk of the City within thirty (30) days after the adoption of the assessment and filing such notice with the District Comi within ten (1 0) days after service upon the Mayor or the City Clerk. SENIOR CITIZENS DEFERMENT: Under Minnesota Statutes, § 435.193 to § 435.195, the Mahtomedi City Council may, in its discretion, defer the payment of these special assessments for any homestead property owned by a person 65 years of age or older for whom it would be a

CITY OF MAHTOMEDI WASHINGTON COUNTY, MINNESOTA ORDINANCE NO. 2019-03 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CITY OF MAHTOMEDI CITY CODE, CHAPTER 7, SECTION 7.02, RELATING TO CHARITABLE GAMBLING REGULATIONS THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MAHTOMEDI ORDAINS AS FOLLOWS: Section One. Amendment. Chapter 7, Section 7.02, of the Mahtomedi City Code is hereby amended to read as follows: The underlined text shows the proposed additions to the Ordinance and the struck out text shows the deleted wording: CHAPTER 7- LICENSES AND BUSINESS 7.02 GAMBLING. 1. Adoption of State Law by Reference. The provisions of Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 349 with reference to the definition of terms, conditions of operation, provisions relating to sales, and all other matters pertaining to lawful gambling are hereby adopted by reference and are made a part of this Section as if set out in full. 2. City May be More Restrictive Than State Law. Minnesota Statutes Section 349.213 authorizes the City to impose, and the City hereby imposes, additional restrictions on gambling within its limits beyond those contained in Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 349-: Licensed Organization Residency Requirement. After the effective date of this ordinance, a licensed organization applying for a new premises pemit must have sixty percent (60%) of its members residing within the City’s trade area unless the nonresident licensed organization demonstrates that a hardship arises from this residency requirement. Upon request of a non-resident licensed organization, the City Council shall hold a public hearing to consider whether a hardship exists which would exempt the non-resident licensed organization from this residency requirement. The City Council shall detemine that a hardship exists if it finds that no licensed organization which meets this residency requirement is willing to conduct charitable gambling activity within the proposed premises or that the rent offered by all licensed organizations meeting the residency requirement is below market value for the same or similar type of premises within the City’s trade Area. The City Council shall not find a hardship solely on the basis that the rent proposed by a licensed organization meeting the residency requirement is lower than that proposed by a non-resident licensed organization. In determining whether a hardship exists, the City Council may consider the following factors: A. The financial stability of the non-resident 1 ice n sed organization. B. The likelihood of proceeds from the lawful gambling activity being used to benefit residents of the City. C. The records of the non-resident licensed organization proposing to conduct the activity. D. The diversity offered by the non-resident licensed organization proposing to conduct the activity. 3. Purpose. The purpose of this Section is to regulate lawful gambling within the City to prevent its commercialization, to insure the integrity of operations, and to provide for the use of net profits only for lawful purposes. 4. Definitions. In addition to the definitions contained in Minnesota Statutes Section 349.12, the following terms are defined for purposes of this Section: A. “Board” means the State of Minnesota Gambling Control Board. B. “Licensed Organization” means an organization licensed by the Board. C. “Trade Area” means the cities of White Bear Lake, Birchwood, Grant Towmship, Willernie, Dellwood, Pine Springs, North Saint Paul, and Oakdale. 5. Applicability. This Section shall be construed to regulate all forms of lawful gambling within the city except: A. Bingo conducted within a nursing home or a senior citizen housing project or by a senior citizen organization if the prizes for a single bingo game do not exceed ten dollars ($10), total prizes awarded at a single bingo occasion do not exceed twohundred dollars ($200), no more than two (2) bingo occasions are held by the organization or at the facility each week, only members of the organization or residents of the nursing home or housing project are allowed to play in the bingo game, no compensation is paid for any persons who conduct the bingo game, and a manager is appointed to supervise the bingo game. B. Raffles if the value of all prizes awarded by the organization in a calendar year does not exceed one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500). 6. Lawful Gambling Permitted. Lawful gambling is permitted within the City provided it is conducted in accordance with Minnesota Statutes Sections 609.7 5 through 609.763, Minnesota Statutes Sections 349.11 through 349.23, and this Section. 7. Council Approval. Lawful gambling authorized by Minnesota Statutes Sections 349.11 through 349.23 shall not be conducted unless approved by the Council, subject to the provisions of this Section and State law. No person, except an organization, as defined in Minnesota Statutes Section 349.12, which is licensed by the Board or which has an exemption permit from the Board may conduct lawful gambling within the City. 8. Application and Local Approval of Premises Permits. A. Any organization seeking to obtain a premises permit or renewal of a premises permit from the Board shall file with the City Clerk an executed, complete duplicate application, together with all exhibits and documents accompanying the application as will be filed with the Board.


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B. Upon receipt of an application for issuance or renewal of a premises permit, the City Clerk shall transmit the application to the Mahtomedi Police Department for review and recommendation. C. The Mahtomedi Police Department shall investigate the matter and make the review and recommendation to the City Council as soon as possible, but in no event later than forty-five (45) days following receipt of the notification by the City. D. Organizations applying for a state issued premises permit shall pay the City an investigation fee set forth in the Fee Schedule. This fee shall be refunded if the application is withdrawn before the investigation is commenced. E. The applicant shall be notified in writing of the date on which the City Council will consider the recommendation. F. The City Council shall, by resolution, approve or disapprove the application within sixty ( 60) days of receipt of the application by the City Clerk. G. The City Council shall deny an application for issuance or renewal of a premises permit for any of the following reasons: i. Violation by the gambling organization of any State Statute, State Rule, or Code provision relating to gambling within the last three (3) years. ii. Lawful gambling would be conducted at premises other than those for which an on-sale liquor license has been issued. iii. Anlicensed organization would be permitted to conduct lawful gambling activities at not more than twoone (21) premises in the City. iv. More than one licensed organization would be permitted to conduct lawful gambling activities at one (1) premises. v. Failure of the applicant to pay the required investigation fee within the prescribed time limit. vi. Operation of gambling at the site would be detrimental to health, safety, and welfare of the community. 9. Inspections. All licensed organizations are deemed to have consented to inspection of the licensed or permitted premises by the City. Authorized employees or agents of the City may inspect, at any reasonable time without notice or search warrant, all records, including gambling accounts, and other bank records, required by the Board to be maintained and preserved by the licensed organization. 10. License and Permit Display. All permits issued under state law or this Section shall be prominently displayed during the permit year at the premises where gambling is conducted. 11. Notification of Material Changes to Application Information. An organization holding a State-issued premises permit shall notify the City within ten (10) days in writing whenever any material change is made to any of the information submitted on the permit application. 12. Contribution of Net Profits to Fund Administered by City. A. Each organization licensed to conduct lawful gambling within the city pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 349.16 shall contribute ten10 percent (10%) of its net profits derived from lawful gambling in the City to a fund administered and regulated by the City without cost to the fund. The City shall disburse the funds for charitable contributions/ lawful purposes as defined by Minnesota Statutes Section 349.12, subd. 7a. B. Payments under this Subdivision shall be made on a monthly basis. C. The City’s use of such funds shall be determined at the time of adoption of the City’s annual budget or when the budget is amended. 13. Designated Trade Area. Each licensed organization within the City shall expend eighty percentforty (8040%) of its lawful purpose expenditures on lawful purposes conducted within the City’s trade area. This Subdivision applies only to lawful purpose expenditures of gross profits derived from gambling conducted at a premise within the City’s jurisdiction. 14. Records and Reporting. Licensed organizations shall file with the City Clerk one copy of all records and reports required to be filed with the Board pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 349, and any rules adopted pursuant thereto. The records and reports shall be filed on or before the day they are required to be filed with the Board. Licensed organizations shall file a report with the City proving compliance with the trade area spending requirements imposed by this Section. Such report shall be made on a form prescribed by the City and shall be submitted annually and in advance of any application for renewal. 15. Hours of Operation. Lawful gambling shall not be conducted between 1 a.m. and 8 a.m. on any day of the week. 16. Penalty for Violation. Any person who violates any provision of this Section, Minnesota Statutes Sections 609.75 through 609.763, or Minnesota Statutes Sections 349.11 through 349.21, or any rules promulgated under these sections, after notice and hearing as provided in Section 7.01 and a finding of a violation of this Section or State law as provided herein, shall be subject to the City reporting such violations to the Board and a recommendation shall be made for suspension, revocation, or cancellation of the organization’s license. (10/95) Section Two. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its publication as provided by law. Passed in regular session of the City Council on the 3rd day of September 2019. Published one time in the White Bear Press on September 11, 2019.

CITY OF WHITE BEAR LAKE PUBLIC NOTICE OF NO PARKING ZONE Notice is hereby given that on August 27, 2019, the City Council of the City of White Bear Lake adopted Resolution No. 12446 establishing a no parking zone on the north side of Park Street from the Otter Lake Road intersection west approximately 525 feet. Kara Coustry, City Clerk Published one time in the White Bear Press on September 11, 2019.

CITY OF GRANT NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Grant will meet in the Council Chambers of Town Hall, located at 8380 Kimbro Avenue North, Grant, at 7:00 P.M. on Tuesday, October 1st, 2019 to consider the making of an improvement on the following paved streets: Janero Court North, Justen Trail North, Grenelefe Avenue North, Jody Avenue & Court North, 103rd Street & Court North, Juno Avenue North, Joliet Avenue North, 101st Street North & Kellman Court North, the project improvement shall include pavement rehabilitation, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Sections 429.011 to 429.111. The estimated cost for this improvement is $2,095,156. A reasonable estimate of the impact of the assessment will be available at the hearing. The area proposed to be assessed for such improvement is the property abutting such street. Such persons as desire to be heard with reference to the proposed improvement will be heard at this meeting. Written and oral comments will be considered. Persons who require this information in another format should contact City of Grant at (651) 426-3383 at least 72 hours prior to the public hearing. Kim Points - City Clerk Published two times in the White Bear Press on September 11 and 18, 2019.

STATE OF MINNNESOTA, RAMSEY COUNTY SUMMONS WITH CHILDREN TO ABDUSAMAD SANO USMAN, RESPONDENT COURT FILE NO. 62-FA-19-1430 In Re the Marriage of Makia Abdella and Abdusamad Sano Usman. Petitioner Makia Abdella has filed a lawsuit. A Summons is herewith served upon you. The object of this proceeding is a dissolution of the marriage relationship. Published three times in the Vadnais Heights Press on September 4, 11 and 18, 2019.

STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF RAMSEY DISTRICT COURT SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT FILE NO. 62 PR 19-661 NOTICE OF INFORMAL APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of James Warren Lane II, Decedent. Notice is given that an Application for Informal Appointment of Personal Representative was filed with the Registrar. The Registrar accepted the application and appointed Edward J. Lane, whose address is 9366 Eagle Court, Monticello, MN 55362, to serve as the personal representative of the decedent’s estate. Any heir or other interested person may be entitled to appointment as personal

representative or may object to the appointment of the personal representative. Any objection to the appointment of the personal representative must be filed with the Court, and any properly filed objection will be heard by the Court after notice is provided to interested persons of the date of hearing on the objection. Unless objections are filed, and unless the Court orders otherwise, the personal representative has the full power to administer the estate, including, after thirty (30) days from the issuance of letters of general administration, the power to sell, encumber, lease, or distribute any interest in real estate owned by the decedent. Notice is further given that, subject to Minn. Stat. § 524.3-801, all creditors having claims against the decedent’s estate are required to present the claims to the personal representative or to the Court within four (4) months after the date of this notice or the claims will be barred. Dated: August 28, 2019 Joel Olson, Registrar Donal Harper, Court Administrator Conroy Law Office, Ltd. Stephen R. Conroy MN# 224741 261 E. Broadway P.O. Box 999 Monticello, MN 55362 Telephone: 763-295-6667 Facsimile: 763-295-6666 e-mail: conroylaw@tds.net Published two times in the White Bear Press on September 11 and 18, 2019.

WHITE BEAR TOWNSHIP ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS White Bear Township will receive bids for Administration Building Improvements subject to terms and conditions contained in Bidding Documents prepared by SEH. Bids will be on lump sum basis. Owner will receive, by mail or personal delivery at address below, sealed bids from qualified bidders until 10:00 a.m. (CST), Tuesday, October 8, 2019, at which time bids will be opened and tabulated according to law. A Pre-bid Conference will be held at 10:00 AM (CST), Tuesday, September 24, 2019 at the project location (1281 Hammond Road, White Bear Township, MN 55110). Enclose bids in sealed envelope, addressed to: White Bear Township Attention: Patrick Christopherson, Town Clerk 1281 Hammond Road White Bear Township, MN 55110 Clearly mark envelope in lower right hand corner as follows: BID ENCLOSED PROJECT NAME: White Bear Township Administration Building Improvements OWNER NAME: White Bear Township PROJECT LOCATION: 1281 Hammond Road White Bear Township, MN 55110 Digital image copies of the Bidding Documents are available at http://www.sehinc. com for a fee of $30. These documents may be downloaded by selecting this project from the PROJECT BID INFORMATION link and by entering eBidDocTM Number 6506418 on the SEARCH PROJECTS page. For assistance and free membership registration, contact QuestCDN at 952.233.1632 or info@questcdn.com. Paper copies of the Bidding Documents may be obtained from Docunet Corp. located at 2435 Xenium Lane North, Plymouth, MN 55441 (763.475.9600) for a fee of $95. The Bidding Documents may be viewed for no cost at http://www.sehinc.com by selecting the Project Bid Information link at the bottom of the page and the View Plans option from the menu at the top of the selected project page. Bidders will be required to provide a bid bond or certified check in the amount of five percent (5%) of bid amount. The successful Bidder will be required to provide Performance and Payment Bonds of 100 percent of bid amount. Contractors may be requested to submit “Contractor’s Qualification Statement”. A Contractor responding to these Bidding Documents must submit to the City/ Owner a signed statement under oath by an owner or officer verifying compliance with each of the minimum criteria in Minnesota Statutes, section 16C.285, subdivision 3. Owner reserves right to reject any or all bids and to waive any irregularities or informalities in bids or bidding. White Bear Township Published two times in the White Bear Press on September 11 and 18, 2019.

WHITE BEAR LAKE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 624 MINUTES, AUGUST 26, 2019 A work study meeting of the White Bear Lake Area School Board was held on August 26, 2019 at 5:30 p.m. in Community Room 112 at the District Center, 4855 Bloom Avenue, White Bear Lake, MN.PROCEDURAL ITEMS: Call to order - Mullin called the meeting to order at 5:30 p.m.Roll Call - Present : Beloyed, Chapman, Fahey, Mullin, Newmaster, Wilson Absent: Ellison Ex-officio: Kazmierczak, Cabinet: Asper, Maurer, Mons, Ouren, Paul, Wald DISCUSSION ITEMS:1) Strategic Plan Update and Priorities for 2019-2020 - Superintendent Dr. Kazmierczak and Principal on Special Assignment Dr. Gillespie reported on the progress on the eight strategies made by each site and how they converge with the district strategic plan. The thirty participants of the Strategic Planning Team met on August 12 & 13 and an additional strategy emerged (Strategy 9 We will imagine new concepts in learning and teaching at White Bear Lake High School) as a need to create one unified high school. 2) Imagining New Concepts in Learning and Teaching at White Bear Lake Area High School - Superintendent Dr. Kazmierczak provided an update on this new Strategy 9. A 30 member task force met on August 22nd to begin this work developing draft commitments and parameters to guide the process.Wilson moved and Mullin seconded to go into closed session at 6:21 p.m.Voice vote: all ayes. Motion carried. Chair Mullin reconvened the meeting at 6:28 p.m. Board members present: Beloyed, Chapman, Fahey, Mullin, Newmaster, Wilson Administrators present: Kazmierczak 3)Evaluation of Superintendent - This portion of the meeting may be closed to discuss evaluation of superintendent, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 13D.05, Subd. 3(a). 4) Self-Evaluation of School Board - This portion of the meeting may be closed to discuss self-evaluation of School Board, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 13D.05. ADJOURNMENT - Chair Mullin adjourned the meeting at 7:34 p.m. Submitted by: Ellen Fahey, Clerk Published one time in the White Bear Press on September 11, 2019.

WHITE BEAR LAKE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 624 MINUTES, JULY 15, 2019 Abbreviated Minutes-complete information available from the Superintendent’s Office or on-line at www.isd624.org. A meeting of the White Bear Lake Area School Board was held on Monday, July 15, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in Community Room 112 at District Center, 4855 Bloom Avenue, White Bear Lake, MN. PROCEDURAL ITEMS: Chair Mullin called the meeting to order at 7:07 p.m. Roll Call: Present: Mullin, Newmaster, Wilson, Beloyed, Chapman, Ellison, Fahey. Ex-officio: Kazmierczak Pledge of Allegiance Newmaster moved and Wilson seconded to approve the agenda as presented. Voice vote: all ayes. Motion carried. Fahey moved and Wilson seconded to approve the Consent Agenda consisting of minutes for regular meeting of June 10; work-study on June 27; Payment of invoices based upon a random sample, Passage of resolution for acceptance of gifts; and Passage of resolution to approve Human Resources items. Roll call vote: all ayes, Nays none. Motion carried. PUBLIC FORUM: Kathy Greene, Peg Vadnais, and Mary Ryan spoke about the facilities plan. Joe Remley spoke about parental involvement. INFORMATION ITEMS: 1) Superintendent’s Report Included: Marketfest, Extended Day and FLEX to summer school to activities camps; White Bear Lake Area Educational Foundation’s 20th Annual Golf Outing; We recently received national-level awards for six of

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our district publications. Find additional information on the district’s website, www. isd624.org DISCUSSION ITEMS: 1) Review of Minnesota State High School League “Why We Play” Training Video - Due to the power outage this video which defines the purpose of education-based athletic and activity programs associated with approving the 2019-20 Membership Resolution will be viewed by board members after the meeting. 2) Overview of Comprehensive Facilities Plan - Superintendent Kazmierczak presented an overview of the facilities plan which included the driving factors, the committee process, tax impact, proposed ballot language, the anticipated phasing of the project, and the Review and Comment Submittal which will be submitted to the MDE following approval at this meeting. Information is available on the district website at https://www.isd624.org/about/facilities-planning OPERATIONAL ITEMS:1) Chapman moved and Wilson seconded to approve the 10-year Long Term Facility Maintenance plan as presented. Roll call vote, all ayes. Nays: none. Motion carried. 2) Ellison moved and Fahey seconded to approve the Designate of Identified Official with Authority for the MDE External User Access Recertification System as presented. Voice vote: All ayes. Nays: none. Motion carried. 3) Wilson moved and Newmaster seconded to approve the 2019-20 Resolution for Membership in the Minnesota State High School League as presented. Roll call vote:all ayes: Nays: none. Motion carried. 4) Beloyed moved and Ellison seconded to approve the Resolution Relating to the Issuance of School Building Bonds and Calling an Election as presented. Roll call vote, all ayes. Nays: none. Motion carried. 5) Newmaster moved and Wilson seconded to approve the Resolution Relating to the Election of School Board Members and Calling the School District General Election on November 5, 2019 as presented. Roll call vote, all ayes. Nays: none. Motion carried.6) Ellison moved and Beloyed seconded to approve the Resolution Changing Polling Location in White Bear Township as presented. Roll call vote, all ayes. Nays: none. Motion carried. 7) Chapman moved and Ellison seconded to approve the following policies as recommended by the School Board Policy Committee and Cabinet. a) Policy 413, Harassment and Violence, b) Policy 504, Student Dress and Appearance, c) Policy 506, White Bear Lake Area School District Student Discipline Policy, d) Policy 525, Violence Prevention, e) Policy 611, Homeschooling, f) Policy 802, Disposition of Obsolete Equipment Voice vote: All ayes. Nays: none. Motion carried. BOARD FORUM - No reports. NEGOTIATION STUDY SESSION - This portion of the meeting was closed to consider strategy for labor negotiations, including negotiation strategies or developments or discussion and review of labor negotiation proposals, conducted pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 179.A.01 to 179.A.25. Wilson moved and Fahey seconded to go into closed session at 8:22 p.m. Voice vote: all ayes. Motion carried. Chair Mullin reconvened the meeting at 8:36 p.m. Board members present: Beloyed, Chapman, Ellison, Fahey, Mullin, Newmaster, Wilson Administrators present: Kazmierczak, Mons, Wald. Administrators left the meeting at 8:50 p.m. and board members remained to discuss superintendent contract. Wilson moved and Mullin seconded to adjourn at 9:12 p.m. Voice vote: all ayes. Motion carried. Submitted by Ellen Fahey, clerk Published one time in the White Bear Press on September 11, 2019.

WHITE BEAR LAKE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 624 MINUTES, AUGUST 12, 2019 Abbreviated Minutes-complete information available from the Superintendent’s Office or on-line at www.isd624.org. A meeting of the White Bear Lake Area School Board was held on Monday, August 12, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in Community Room 112 at District Center, 4855 Bloom Avenue, White Bear Lake, MN. PROCEDURAL ITEMS: Vice Chair Chapman called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Roll Call: Present: Newmaster, Wilson, Chapman, Ellison, Fahey. Absent: Beloyed and Mullin. Ex-officio: Kazmierczak. Pledge of Allegiance Ellison moved and Newmaster seconded to approve the agenda as presented. Voice vote: all ayes. Motion carried. Fahey moved and Ellison seconded to approve the Consent Agenda consisting of:minutes for regular meeting of July 15; Payment of invoices based upon a random sample, Passage of resolution for acceptance of gifts; and Passage of resolution to approve Human Resources items. Roll call vote: all ayes, Nays none. Motion carried. PUBLIC FORUM: no one spoke. INFORMATION ITEMS:1) Summer Learning Opportunities for Students - Director of Community Services & Recreation Tim Maurer and staff members Matt Riebow, Christina Anderson, and Kate Andersen reported on summer opportunities for students in early childhood, youth programs, recreation, and summer camp programs; and Assistant Superintendent Sara Paul and Career Navigator Jenny Moore shared information and outcomes from expanded career exploration and internship opportunities in the Manufacturing, Construction, Information Technology, Healthcare, and Automotive career pathways programs. The presentations are available on the district website. 2) Superintendent’s Report - The superintendent commented on the following: School supplies, welcome back activities, Senior Activity Pass, hiring opportunities, Community Service Fall Catalog and “Bear’s Bulletin”; information about the upcoming Nov. 5 Bond Referendum; and , the 2019-20 Activities Calendar. DISCUSSION ITEMS – None. OPERATIONAL ITEMS: 1) Action on Approving Superintendent’s Contract for 2020-2023 - Ellison moved and Wilson seconded to approve the three-year (July 1, 2020 – June 31, 2023) contract extension with Superintendent Dr. Wayne Kazmierczak as presented. Per Minnesota Statute 123B.143 the superintendent and School Board may enter into negotiations during the last year of the contract. Roll call vote: all ayes. Nays none. Motion carried. *Closed session pursuant to Minn. Stat. 13D.05, subd. 3(c) to consider an offer to purchase property identified as PID #17.031.21.24.0002 located in the City of Hugo, County of Washington, State of Minnesota; and PID # 17.031.21.33.0003 located in the City of Hugo, County of Washington, State of Minnesota. 2) Fahey moved and Wilson seconded to go into closed session at 7:40 p.m. Voice vote: all ayes. Motion carried. Vice Chair Chapman reconvened the meeting at 7:43 p.m. Present: Board members Chapman, Ellison, Fahey Newmaster, Wilson. Administrators present: Kazmierczak, Mons, Wald. Closed session adjourned at 8:00 p.m. and Vice Chair Chapman reopened the meeting at 8:04 p.m. 3) Action on Approval of Land Purchase Agreements* - Fahey moved and Wilson seconded to approve the purchase agreements for the properties described as PID #17.031.21.24.0002 located in the City of Hugo, County of Washington, State of Minnesota and PID #17.031.21.33.0003 located in the City of Hugo, County of Washington, State of Minnesota as presented. Roll call vote: all ayes, Nays none. Motion carried. BOARD FORUM - - Ellison reported that teachers from Matoska and Willow Elementary Schools participated in a Teaching Tolerance workshop on Social Justice and Facilitating Critical Conversations. Fahey reported that the Strategic Planning Team met for two days and a highlight was the presentation of each site plan developed during the 2018-19 school year. NEGOTIATION STUDY SESSION - This portion of the meeting may be closed to consider strategy for labor negotiations, including negotiation strategies or developments or discussion and review of labor negotiation proposals, conducted pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 179.A.01 to 179.A.25. Wilson moved and Ellison seconded to go into closed session at 8:08 p.m. Voice vote: all ayes. Motion carried. Vice Chair Chapman reconvened the meeting at 8:15 p.m. Present: Board members Chapman, Ellison, Fahey, Newmaster, Wilson. Administrators present: Kazmierczak, Mons, Wald. ADJOURNMENT - The meeting was adjourned at 8:39 p.m. Submitted by Ellen Fahey, Clerk Published one time in the White Bear Press on September 11, 2019.

RAMSEY/WASHINGTON COUNTIES CABLE COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION PUBLIC MEETINGON FUTURE CABLE-RELATED COMMUNITY NEEDS AND INTERESTS AND THE CABLE OPERATOR’S PAST PERFORMANCE On September 12, 2019, 5:30 p.m., the Ramsey/Washington Counties Suburan Cable Communications Commission will afford the public residing in Birchwood, Dellwood, Grant, Lake Elmo, Mahtomedi, North St. Paul, Oakdale, White Bear Lake, White Bear Township, and Willernie the opportunity to provide input regarding future cable-related community needs and interests and the current cable operator’s past performance. The Cable Commission is currently reviewing this and seeks additional input as it considers renewal of the cable franchise set to expire, and as it considers whether to close the needs ascertainment process and issue a Request For Renewal Proposal. Therefore, the following meeting is open to the public and will include an opportunity for public input: Meeting of: Ramsey/Washington Counties Cable Communications Commission Date/time: September 12, 2019, 5:30 p.m. Location: 2460 East County Road F White Bear Lake, Minnesota, 55110 Timothy W. Finnerty, Executive Director Ramsey/Washington Counties Suburban Cable Communications Commission II Published one time in the White Bear Press on September 11, 2019.


12th Annual

WHITE BEAR TOWNSHIP DAY

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 • 2-9 PM • POLAR LAKES PARK FREE ADMISSION & PARKING 1281 Hammond Road • White Bear Township, MN • www.whitebeartownship.org

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reetings! The 12th Annual White Bear Township Day is scheduled for Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 2 – 9 p.m. in beautiful Polar Lakes Park. This family-friendly community event features live entertainment in the park’s built-in amphitheater, local businesses and vendors selling food/beer, merchandise, and arts/crafts, children and family activities, a Bean Bag tournament (open to all ages), and a new Car Show. We end the day with a spectacular fi reworks display! Bring a blanket or chair and enjoy this day-long celebration in the wonderful community of White Bear Township — we hope you will join us! Lisa Beecroft, White Bear Township Day Event Director

EVENTS & ACTIVITIES • Bean Bag Tournament (Registration 2 pm, Games 3 p.m.)

• White Bear Lake Archery Club – target practice/lessons

• Automotive Car Show (awards at 6:30 p.m.)

• Petting Zoo

• Silent Auction

• Food Trucks/Beer Garden

• Tamarack Nature Center demonstrations

• Inflatables & Bounce Houses

• Fire Department demonstrations/ information • Ramsey County Sheriff Department displays

• Art/Crafts/Merchandise Vendor Fair

• Touch-A-Truck & Sandbox • Donations collected for the White Bear Emergency Food Shelf

ENTERTAINMENT ON THE MAIN STAGE

COMMUNITY STAGE – NEW!

2:00 p.m. – Jake Nelson Band 4:30 p.m. – WBL Drumline 5:30 p.m. – Pandora’s Other Box 8:00 p.m. – National Anthem: WBL Choir 8:05 p.m. – Fireworks over the Park

3:00 p.m. – Children’s Performing Arts 4:00 p.m. – TBD 5:00 p.m. – WBL Cheer Team 6:00 p.m. – TBD

NEW THIS YEAR • Township Day continues to grow! We continued to expand the Township Day footprint by shifting the Vendor Market and Tamarack Nature Center display, to make more room for the White Bear Township Touch-a-Truck and Ramsey County Sheriff ’s Department displays. This year we will even feature a Zamboni! The White Bear Archery demonstrations will move to the fields next to the Lower Lot to join the Automotive Car Show and Cornhole (Bean Bag) Tournament. We have also added additional Food Trucks and a second Beer Garden down by the Main Stage in the Lower Parking Lot. • Community Stage – We have also added a second stage to showcase local community groups and organizations, which will feature different acts on the hour including the White Bear Cheer Team and Children’s Performing Arts. • White Bear Town Hall Rehabilitation Nears Completion - The long anticipated White Bear Town Hall Rehabilitation Project is nearing its final stages. Throughout the summer the electrical work was completed, walls and ceiling were installed, and the flooring is being prepped as this is written. Final trim work will need completing and long-term displays are being developed over the winter months. We hope you will stop by and visit during Township Day when we will be showcasing the fabulous work of Dennis Zerwas through the White Bear Water Ski Co. Project. Dennis has been working over the past several years to gather and preserve the story of the White Bear Water Ski Co. founded by his grandfather Tom Weinhagen on the shore of Bald Eagle Lake. The display of skis and other materials will be a wonderful way to wrap up summer. Additional highlights include Ribbon Cutting at 3:00pm, White Bear: A History author Catherine Carey signing books 3:30-4:30pm, updates on the Town Hall Project and upcoming White Bear Lake Area Historical Society events, and tickets on sale for the Historic House Tour and the Gangster Bus Tours. • ATM Machine on site – For our guest’s convenience, we have added an ATM machine near the flagpole in the Upper Parking Lot

ABOUT THE BANDS

Pandora’s Other Box Pandora’s Other Box is one of the most sought-after cover bands, performing at some of the Twin Cities’ hippest bars, events, and community gatherings. With a rhythm section that is off the hook, two unique guitarists and killer keys, Pandora’s Other Box plays songs that stand the test of time. 

Jake Nelson, a singer/songwriter from St. Paul, has been making a splash in the Minnesota music scene since 2015 playing gigs across the state. His self-titled, independently-produced debut album, released in June 2017, has made some buzz and gotten radio play on a local, national and international level. His style is a unique blend of alternative country with a Jake spin. He’s had the honor of opening for and sharing the stage with Thompson Square, Rodney Atkins, Dylan Scott, The Swon Brothers, and Clare Dunn, as well as several talented local bands and musicians. For more information, visit www.jakenelsonmusic.com


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Free Parking will be available in the lower parking lot, with overflow parking in area business lots near the park. Please follow the signs designating these lots. No Admission Charge.

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THANK YOU SPONSORS & DONORS!!

Tamarack Nature Center Tyler Antony State Farm

Nextern Lake Animal Hospital Viking Auto Repair Herold Precision Motors Lucy’s Burgers

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White Bear Lake Archery White Bear Lake Area Historical Society

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“The North East Metro Job Fair is one of my favorite events to be a vendor at. It’s very well ran and well promoted. I always enjoy being a part of the event and connecting with others there. It’s a great way to network and build contacts and leads.” —Cory Ramel, Recruitment Coordinator Home Instead Senior Care - St. Paul

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Profile for Press Publications

White Bear Press  

Weekly newspaper covering White Bear Lake and the surrounding area.

White Bear Press  

Weekly newspaper covering White Bear Lake and the surrounding area.

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