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Public Notices, March 4, 2014

March 4, 2014
The Journal

PUBLISH

(February 25, March

4, 11, 18, 25, April 1,

2014)

NOTICE OF

MORTGAGE

FORECLOSURE

SALE

THE RIGHT TO VE-

RIFICATION OF THE

DEBT AND IDENTI-

TY OF THE ORIGI-

NAL CREDITOR

WITHIN THE TIME

PROVIDED BY LAW

IS NOT AFFECTED

BY THIS ACTION.

NOTICE IS HEREBY

GIVEN, that default

has occurred in the

conditions of the fol-

lowing described mort-

gage:

Mortgagor:

Abel Rosales and Can-

dy McIntire, both sin-

gle, as joint tenants

Mortgagee:

Argent Mortgage Com-

pany LLC

Dated:

06/23/2006

Recorded:

08/07/2006

Brown County Record-

er Document No.

356486

Assigned To:

Duetsche Bank Na-

tional Trust Company

as Trustee for Argent

Securities Inc

Asset-backed

Pass-through Certifi-

cates, Series

2006-M2, under the

pooling and servicing

agreement dated Au-

gust 1, 2006

Dated:

01/20/2009

Recorded:

02/17/2009

Brown County Record-

er Document No.

370087

Transaction Agent:

N/A

Transaction Agent

Mortgage ID No: N/A

Lender or Broker: Ar-

gent Mortgage Com-

pany, LLC

Servicer: Ocwen Loan

Servicing, LLC - RR

Mortgage Originator:

Argent Mortgage Com-

pany, LLC

LEGAL DESCRIP-

TION OF PROPERTY:

Lot 18, Block 33, Ori-

ginal Plat, City of

Sleepy Eye, Brown

County, State of Min-

nesota

This is Abstract Pro-

perty.

TAX PARCEL NO.:

002.000.033.18.180

ADDRESS OF PRO-

PERTY:

600 Walnut St. SW

Sleepy Eye, MN 56085

COUNTY IN WHICH

PROPERTY IS LO-

CATED: Brown

ORIGINAL PRINCI-

PAL AMOUNT OF

MORTGAGE:

$56,000.00

AMOUNT DUE AND

CLAIMED TO BE DUE

AS OF DATE OF NO-

TICE, INCLUDING

TAXES, IF ANY, PAID

BY MORTGAGEE:

$56,767.20

That prior to the com-

mencement of this

mortgage foreclosure

proceeding

Mortgagee/Assignee of

Mortgagee complied

with all notice require-

ments as required by

statute; that no action

or proceeding has

been instituted at law

or otherwise to recover

the debt secured by

said mortgage, or any

part thereof;

PURSUANT to the

power of sale con-

tained in said mort-

gage, the above

described property will

be sold by the Sheriff

of said county as fol-

lows:

DATE AND TIME OF

SALE: April 16, 2014,

10:00 AM

PLACE OF SALE:

Front Steps of

Sheriff's Office, City of

New Ulm

to pay the debt then

secured by said Mort-

gage, and taxes, if

any, on said premises,

and the costs and dis-

bursements, including

attorneys' fees allowed

by law subject to

redemption within 6

Months from the date

of said sale by the

mortgagor(s), their per-

sonal representatives

or assigns.

DATE TO VACATE

PROPERTY: The

date on or before

which the mortgagor

must vacate the pro-

perty if the mortgage

is not reinstated under

Minnesota Statutes

section 580.30 or the

property redeemed

under Minnesota Sta-

tutes section 580.23 is

October 16, 2014 at

11:59 p.m. If the

foregoing date is a Sa-

turday, Sunday or legal

holiday, then the date

to vacate is the next

business day at 11:59

p.m.

MORTGAGOR(S)

RELEASED FROM

FINANCIAL OBLIGA-

TION ON MORT-

GAGE: NONE

THE TIME ALLOWED

BY LAW FOR

REDEMPTION BY

THE MORTGAGOR,

THE MORTGAGOR'S

PERSONAL

REPRESENTATIVES

OR ASSIGNS, MAY

BE REDUCED TO

FIVE WEEKS IF A

JUDICIAL ORDER IS

ENTERED UNDER

MINNESOTA STA-

TUTES SECTION

582.032, DETERMIN-

ING, AMONG OTHER

THINGS, THAT THE

MORTGAGED PREM-

ISES ARE IMPROVED

WITH A RESIDEN-

TIAL DWELLING OF

LESS THAN FIVE UN-

ITS, ARE NOT PRO-

PERTY USED IN

AGRICULTURAL

PRODUCTION, AND

ARE ABANDONED.

Dated: February 13,

2014

Deutsche Bank Na-

tional Trust Company,

as Trustee for Argent

Securities Inc.,

Asset-Backed

Pass-Through Certifi-

cates, Series

2006-M2, Assignee of

Mortgagee

PETERSON, FRAM &

BERGMAN, P.A.

By: Michael T. Oberle,

Ben I. Rust, Jonathan

R. Cuskey, Michael V.

Schleisman, Tracy J.

Halliday

Attorneys for:

Deutsche Bank Na-

tional Trust Company,

as Trustee for Argent

Securities Inc.,

Asset-Backed

Pass-Through Certifi-

cates, Series

2006-M2, Assignee of

Mortgagee

55 East Fifth Street,

Suite 800

St. Paul, MN

55101-1718

651-209-7599

THIS IS A COMMUN-

ICATION FROM A

DEBT COLLECTOR.

17725-13-01167-1

PUBLISH

(February 25, March

4, 2014)

Notice of Annual

Meeting

Notice is hereby given

to the people of West

Newton Township,

County of Nicollet,

State of Minnesota,

that the Annual Town

Meeting will be held on

Tuesday, March 11th,

2014 at the St George

Parish Center. In

case of inclement

weather, the meeting

may be postponed un-

til Tuesday, March

18th, 2014. The meet-

ing will be at 7:30 pm.

Bonnie M Brandel

Clerk/Treasurer

West Newton Town-

ship

PUBLISH

(March 4, 11, 2014)

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARING

NOTICE IS HEREBY

GIVEN, that the City

Council of the City of

New Ulm, Brown

County, Minnesota will

meet in the Council

Chambers in the New

Ulm City Hall on Tues-

day, March 18, 2014

at 5:00 p.m. to consid-

er ordering in the fol-

lowing improvements,

except item 6 which

has previously been

approved to be made,

to-wit:

2014 UTILITY,

STREET AND ALLEY

IMPROVEMENTS

GROUP I

1. Franklin Street from

6th South Street to

10th South Street

Reconstruction of the

existing water main,

sanitary sewer main,

sewer and water end

services, and recon-

struction of the exist-

ing roadway section in-

cluding excavation and

replacement of

subgrade, storm sewer

extension, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing, concrete curb and

gutter, concrete drive-

way pavement, pedes-

trian sidewalk ramps,

street lighting and

selective replacement

of concrete sidewalk.

2. 2nd North Street

(Garden to Linden

Street), Linden Street

(2nd to 3rd North

Street) and 3rd North-

Street (Linden to West

Street Reconstruc-

tion of the existing wa-

ter main, sanitary

sewer main, sewer

and water end ser-

vices, storm sewer ex-

tension and recon-

struction of the exist-

ing roadway section in-

cluding excavation and

replacement of

subgrade, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing, pavement sub-

drains, pedestrian

sidewalk ramps, street

lighting and selective

replacement of con-

crete curb and gutter,

concrete driveway

pavement and side-

walk.

3. 12th North Street

from Broadway to

State Street Recon-

struction of the exist-

ing sanitary sewer-

main, sewer and water

end services and

reconstruction of the

existing roadway sec-

tion including excava-

tion and replacement

of subgrade, aggregate

base, bituminous pav-

ing, and selective re-

placement of concrete

curb and gutter, con-

crete driveway pave-

ment and sidewalk.

4. Garden Street from

Center Street to 8th

South Street Recon-

struction of the exist-

ing roadway surface

including removal of

the existing bituminous

pavement, reshape the

existing gravel base,

repave with four and

one-half inches (4.5")

of bituminous surfac-

ing and selective re-

placement of concrete

curb and gutter.

5. 8th South Street

from Garden Street to

Payne Street Recon-

struction of the exist-

ing roadway surface

including removal of

the existing bituminous

pavement, reshape the

existing gravel base,

repave with four and

one-half inches (4.5")

of bituminous surfac-

ing and selective re-

placement of concrete

curb and gutter.

6. Alley Block 116

North of Center Street

Grading, aggregate

base, storm sewer, bi-

tuminous surfacing,

seven inch (7") con-

crete alley approach

pavement, miscel-

laneous removals and

restoration necessary

to construct a residen-

tial alley pavement

section (improvement

petitioned).

7. Alley Block 66

South of Center Street

Reconstruction of

the existing commer-

cial tee alley pavement

section including grad-

ing, aggregate base,

bituminous surfacing,

seven inch (7") con-

crete alley approach

pavement, miscel-

laneous removals and

restoration.

8. Alley Block 104

South of Center Street

Reconstruction of

the existing residential

alley pavement section

including grading, ag-

gregate base, bitumi-

nous surfacing, seven

inch (7") concrete alley

approach pavement,

miscellaneous remo-

vals and restoration.

9. Alley Block 116

South of Center Street

Reconstruction of

the existing residential

alley pavement section

including grading, ag-

gregate base, bitumi-

nous surfacing, seven

inch (7") concrete alley

approach pavement,

miscellaneous remo-

vals and restoration.

10. Sarah Hills Third

Addition Sanitary

sewer main, water

main, site grading,

sewer and water end

services, storm sewer,

grading and aggregate

base on Alison Avenue

and Ryan Road within

the subdivision; sani-

tary sewer main, water

main, and sewer and

water end services on

the Gravel Pit Access

Road from the western

edge of the subdivision

to Ryan Road; and

water main, grading

and aggregate base on

Maplewood Drive from

Henle Drive to Ryan

Road. This subdivision

will create ten residen-

tial building lots.

11. Highway 14 Storm

Water Pond

Landscape Mainte-

nance Replacement

of materials that have

failed to survive in

Mn/DOT constructed

Storm Water Ponds 1,

2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7

from the 2006 T.H.

#14 Landscape Pro-

ject.

pursuant to Minnesota

Statutes, Sections

429.011 to 429.111.

The area proposed to

be assessed for such

improvements is each

lot, piece and parcel of

property specially

benefited by said im-

provements. A reason-

able estimate of the

impact of the assess-

ment will be available

at the hearing. The to-

tal estimated cost of

the 2014 UTILITY,

STREET AND ALLEY

IMPROVEMENTS

GROUP I project is

$3,051,609.00. Such

persons as desired to

be heard with refer-

ence to the proposed

improvements will be

heard at this meeting.

BY ORDER OF THE

CITY COUNCIL

Reginald K. Vorwerk

Finance Director

Dated at New Ulm,

Minnesota This 18th

day of February 2014.

www.ci.new-ulm.mn.us

PUBLISH

(March 4, 2014)

RIVER BEND

EDUCATION

DISTRICT

1315 S. Broadway

New Ulm, Minnesota

56073

SYNOPSIS OF

BOARD MINUTES

January 28, 2014

Members present:

Peterson, Kunz, Karl,

Ringhofer, Ness,

Remus, Weikle

Chairperson Peterson

called the meeting to

order at 7:00 p.m.

Motion by Karl, second

by Weikle to elect

Peterson as Chair of

the Board of Education

for the 2014 calendar

year. Motion carried.

Motion by Weikle,

second by Karl to elect

Remus as Vice-Chair

of the Board of Educa-

tion for the 2014 calen-

dar year. Motion car-

ried.

Motion by Ringhofer,

second by Karl to elect

Kunz as Clerk of the

Board of Education for

the 2014 calendar

year. Motion carried.

Motion by Weikle,

second by Ringhofer

to elect Firchau as

Treasurer of the Board

of Education for the

2014 calendar year.

Motion carried.

Motion by Remus,

second by Weikle, that

all 2014 regular Board

meetings be held on

the 4th Tuesday of

each month at 7:00

p.m. in the River Bend

conference room. Mo-

tion carried.

Motion by Karl, second

by Ringhofer, to desig-

nate The Journal of

New Ulm as the offi-

cial newspaper for the

2014 calendar year.

Motion carried.

Motion by Ringhofer,

second by Remus, to

designate the United

Prairie Bank as the of-

ficial depository for

checking for the 2014

calendar year. Motion

carried.

Motion by Remus,

second by Karl to set

the salaries for the

board for the 2014

calendar year. Motion

carried.

Committee members

were appointed.

Motion by Karl, second

by Remus to approve

the agenda as present-

ed. Motion carried.

Motion by Remus,

second by Weikle to

approve the minutes

as presented. Motion

carried.

Motion by Weikle,

second by Ringhofer

to approve wire pay-

ments and bills paid as

listed. Motion carried.

Director Toninato pro-

vided information on

River Bend programs

and services.

Motion by Remus,

second by Karl to hire

Lisa Sanow as an Im-

prints Paraprofession-

al. Motion carried.

Member Karl intro-

duced the following

Resolution and moved

it adoption:

RESOLUTION TER-

MINATING AN ASSO-

CIATE MEMBER

WHEREAS, the Board

of Directors has given

consideration to ter-

minating Minnesota

New Country School

as an Associate

member of the River

Bend Education Dis-

trict; and

WHEREAS, the Board

of Directors has re-

viewed a draft letter in-

forming Minnesota

New Country School

of the termination of

its Associate Member-

ship.

NOW, THEREFORE,

BE IT RESOLVED by

the Board of Directors

of the River Bend Edu-

cation District as fol-

lows:

1. Minnesota New

Country School is

hereby terminated as

an Associate Member

of the River Bend Edu-

cation District effec-

tive July 1, 2014.

2. The Board Chair is

hereby authorized and

directed to sign the

letter notifying Min-

nesota New Country

School of the termi-

nation as an Associate

Member of the River

Bend Education Dis-

trict.

3. The Education Dis-

trict Director is hereby

authorized and direct-

ed to send the the

signed termination to

Minnesota New Coun-

try School on or before

February 1, 2014.

Upon vote being taken

thereon, the following

voted in favor thereof:

Peterson, Weikle,

Kunz, Remus, Karl,

Ringhofer

The following voted

against the same:

None

and the following

abstained from voting:

Ness

Whereupon said Reso-

lution was declared

duly passed and

adopted.

Member Weikle intro-

duced the following

resolution and moved

its adoption:

RESOLUTION

DIRECTING THE AD-

MINISTRATION TO

MAKE RECOMMEN-

DATIONS FOR

REDUCTIONS IN

PROGRAMS AND PO-

SITIONS AND REA-

SONS THEREFORE

WHEREAS, the finan-

cial condition of the

school district dictates

that the School Board

must reduce expendi-

tures, and,

WHEREAS, this

reduction in expendi-

tures must include

discontinuance of posi-

tions and discon-

tinuance or curtailment

of programs, and,

WHEREAS, a determi-

nation must be made

as to which teachers'

contract must be ter-

minated and not

renewed and which

teachers may be

placed on unrequested

leave of absence

without pay or fringe

benefits in effecting

discontinuance of posi-

tions, BE IT

RESOLVED, by the

School Board of River

Bend Education Dis-

trict No. 6049, as fol-

lows:

That the School Board

hereby directs the

Director of River Bend

Education District to

consider the discon-

tinuance of programs

or positions to effectu-

ate economies in the

school district and

reduce expenditures

and, as a result of a

reduction in enroll-

ment, make recom-

mendations to the

School Board for the

discontinuance of pro-

grams, curtailment of

programs, discon-

tinuance of positions,

or curtailment of posi-

tions.

The motion for the

adoption of the forego-

ing resolution was duly

seconded by Member

Remus and upon vote

being taken thereon

the following voted in

favor thereon:

Peterson, Weikle,

Kunz, Remus, Ness,

Karl, Ringhofer

The following voted

against the same:

None

Whereupon said Reso-

lution was declared

duly passed and

adopted.

Motion by Remus,

second by Ringhofer

to enter into an agree-

ment with District #88

to provide lunch ser-

vices to RBED. Motion

carried.

The next regular meet-

ing of the River Bend

Education District

Board will be February

25, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.

Linda Beck

Administrative Secre-

tary

 
 
 

 

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