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Public Notices, Nov. 17, 2011

November 17, 2011
The Journal

PUBLISH

(November 17, 25,

December 1, 2011)

ADVERTISEMENT

FOR BIDS

New Ulm Power

Plant - 2400 Volt Sys-

tem Improvements

New Ulm Public

Utilities Commission

Notice is hereby given

that sealed Bids will be

received by the New

Ulm Public Utilities

Commission

(Owner) until 2:00 pm

on Friday, December

9, 2011 at the City of

New Ulm Council

Chambers at 100

North Broadway in

New Ulm, Minnesota,

at which time they will

be publicly opened and

read aloud, for the fur-

nishing of all labor and

material for the New

Ulm Power Plant -

2400 Volt System Im-

provements.

Description of Work:

1) Furnish, Install and

Commission new 13.2

kV and 2.4 kV

switchgear lineup

2) Provide various con-

duits and cable runs

from new switchgear

to existing and new

electrical equipment

supporting operation of

existing power plant

facility

3) Furnish and Install

panelboards,

transformers and

disconnect switches

supporting operation of

existing power plant

facility

Specifications and bid

documents may be ob-

tained at the office of

Power System En-

gineering, Inc., 609 3rd

Street, Prinsburg, MN

56281.

The Bidder shall in-

clude evidence of hav-

ing satisfactorily ac-

complished (3) similar

electrical system in-

stallations during the

past three (3) years.

The bidder shall sub-

mit the proposal on the

forms provided. The

proposal shall be filled

in clearly and correctly

with ink or typewriter.

The proposal shall be

signed in ink by the in-

dividual, members of

the partnership, or by

one or more officers of

the corporation making

the proposal.

No proposal will be ac-

cepted unless accom-

panied by a certified

check or bid bond for

at least five percent

(5%) of the amount of

the proposal, payable

to the Owner as a

guarantee that if the

proposal is accepted,

the Bidder will execute

and file the required

proper contract and

performance bond

within five (5) days

after award of the

Contract. Bid and per-

formance bonds shall

be issued by a surety

company licensed to

do business in the

State of Minnesota.

The certified checks of

all except the two (2)

selected bidders will

be returned within five

(5) days of the opening

of the bids, and bid

bonds will be canceled

as soon as the perfor-

mance bond and con-

tract are signed. If

after five (5) days, the

Successful Bidder

shall fail to comply

with the provisions of

the Contract Docu-

ments, the bid bond

shall be forfeited to the

Owner as liquidated

damages. The bid,

agreement, and bonds

shall be conditioned

upon compliance with

all provisions of the bid

documents.

Questions and in-

quiries regarding the

project shall be direct-

ed to:

Josh L. Mulder, P.E.

Power System En-

gineering, Inc.

609 3rd Street

Prinsburg, MN 56281

(320) 978-8022

mulderj@

powersystem.org

The owner reserves

the right to reject any

or all bids, to waive

any informality in a

bid, and to make

awards in the interest

of the owner.

PUBLISH

(November 17, 2011)

STATE OF

MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF BROWN

IN DISTRICT COURT

FIFTH JUDICIAL

DISTRICT

Case Type 14, Other

Civil

Court File No.

C2-02-87

In the Matter of the

Arthur Bielen Trust

ORDER FOR HEAR-

ING ON THE PETI-

TION TO CONSTRUE

THE TRUST; AND

OTHER RELIEF

It is Ordered and No-

tice is given that on

the 2nd day of De-

cember, 2011, at

10:45 a.m., a hearing

will be held in this

Court at the Brown

County Courthouse,

14 South State Street,

New Ulm, Minnesota,

for the consideration of

the Petition to Con-

strue the Arthur Bielen

Trust, order the

trustee to diversify

trust investments;

prohibit withholding

distributions to heirs;

and ordering changes

to trust accountings

Notice of the hearing

shall be given in accor-

dance with Minn. Stat.

501B.18 as follows: by

publishing as at least

20 days before the

date of the hearing, a

copy of the order for

hearing one time in a

legal newspaper for

the county in which

the petition is filed;

and by mailing, at

least 15 days before

the date of the hear-

ing, a copy of the ord-

er for hearing to those

beneficiaries of the

trust who are known to

or reasonably ascer-

tainable by the peti-

tioner.

Any objections to the

petition must be filed

with the Court prior to

or raised at the hear-

ing.

John R. Rodenberg

Presiding Judge

10/21/2011

Date

Carol Melick

Court Administrator

Linda Stadherr

Deputy

 
 

 

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