Public Notices March 26, 2019 Bulletin Area

Public Notices, Foreclosure Notices & Legal Notices published March 26, 2019 in the New Brighton - Mounds View, Shoreview - Arden Hills and St. Anthony Bulletin Area newspapers

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CERTIFICATE OF

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Minnesota Statutes Chapter 333:

1. List the exact assumed name

under which the business is or will

be conducted:Family Option Home

Care

2. Principal Place of Business: 3625

Talmage Circle Suite 202, Vadnais

Heights, MN 55110, USA

3. List the name and complete street

address of all persons conducting

business under the above Assumed

Name: Paumai, Inc Address: 3625

Talmage Circle Suite 202, Vadnais

Heights, MN 55110, USA

4. I, the undersigned, certify that I

am signing this document as the

person whose signature is required,

or as agent of the person(s) whose

signature would be required who has

authorized me to sign this document

on his/her behalf, or in both

capacities. I further certify that I have

completed all required fields, and

that the information in this document

is true and correct and in compliance

with the applicable chapter of

Minnesota Statutes. I understand

that by signing this document I am

subject to the penalties of perjury as

set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had

signed this document under oath.

Date: 3/13/2019

/s/ Vin Voie Xiong, Owner

(Bulletin: Mar. 20, 27, 2019)

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AMENDMENT TO

ASSUMED NAME

STATE OF MINNESOTA

MINNESOTA STATUTES

CHAPTER 333:

1. List the exact assumed name

under which the business is or will be

conducted: Global Outreach

2. Principal Place of Business: 6

Pine Tree Drive, Arden Hills, MN

55112, USA

3. List a Mailing Address if you

cannot receive mail at the principal

place of business address: 320 S

Flamingo Rd Suite 360, Pembroke

Pines, FL, 33027, USA

4. List the name and complete street

address of all persons conducting

business under the above Assumed

Name:

Michael O. Shields: 320 S Flamingo

Rd, Pembroke Pines, FL, 33027,

USA

Steven Schaible: 7304 W. Ford

Circle, Sioux Falls, SD 57106, USA

Mona Shields: 320 S Flamingo Rd,

Pembroke Pines, FL, 33027, USA

5. This certificate is an amendment

of Certificate of Assumed Name File

Number: 86608; Originally filed on:

10-5-1989

6. I, the undersigned, certify that I

am signing this document as the

person whose signature is required,

or as agent of the person(s) whose

signature would be required who has

authorized me to sign this document

on his/her behalf, or in both

capacities. I further certify that I have

completed all required fields, and

that the information in this document

is true and correct and in compliance

with the applicable chapter of

Minnesota Statutes. I understand

that by signing this document I am

subject to the penalties of perjury as

set forth in Section 609.48 as if I had

signed this document under oath.

Date: 7-17-2018

/s/ Michael O. Shields,

Executive Director

(Bulletin: Mar. 27; Apr. 3, 2019)

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HENNEPIN COUNTY

PUBLIC COMMENT

SOLICITED AND NOTICE OF

PUBLIC HEARING

The Hennepin County Board of

Commissioners is soliciting public

comment on the Hennepin County

Consortium Draft 2019 Action Plan,

which will be submitted to the U.S.

Department of Housing and Urban

Development (HUD) in May 2019.

The Hennepin County Consortium

includes all cities in suburban

Hennepin County.

Purpose: The 2019 Action Plan will

guide the use of approximately $4.7

million in funding for housing and

community development activities

in suburban Hennepin County:

$2.9 million through the Community

Development Block Grant Program

(CDBG), $1.8 million through HOME

Investment Partnerships Program

(HOME), and $229,809 through the

Emergency Solutions Grant Program

(ESG).

Written comments will be accepted

for 30 days beginning April 1, 2019

and ending April 30, 2019. Written

comments must be submitted by

4:30 p.m., April 30, 2019, and be

addressed to Julia Welle Ayres,

Manager, Housing Development

and Finance, Hennepin County

Community Works Department, 701

Fourth Avenue South, Suite 400,

Minneapolis, MN 55415, or Julia

Welle Ayres@hennepin.us. A copy of

the comment letter will be included in

the documents submitted to HUD.

The draft 2019 Action Plan will be

available April 1, 2019 on the county’s

website (www.hennepin.us – search

Action Plan). Copies of the plans will

also be available for review at the

suburban Hennepin County Regional

Libraries (Brookdale, Ridgedale, and

Southdale) until April 30, 2019. If you

would like a copy of the draft plan, or

if you have questions, please contact

the Hennepin County Department of

Community Works at 612-348-9260.

Additionally, a Public Hearing on the

2019 Action Plan will be held at 1:30

p.m., Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at the

Public Works Committee meeting

of the Hennepin County Board of

Commissioners (Hennepin County

Government Center, A2400, 300

South Sixth Street, Minneapolis).

If you need help to make it

possible for you to come and be

active in the public hearing such

as sign language interpreter or

assisted hearing equipment, this

help can be provided if you ask.

To ask for help, please call 612-

348-9260 at least three days prior

to the hearing

(Bulletin: Mar. 27, 2019)

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PUBLIC NOTICE

RAMSEY-WASHINGTON

METRO WATERSHED

DISTRICT

RAMSEY AND WASHINGTON

COUNTIES, MINNESOTA

The Board of Managers of the

Ramsey-Washington Metro

Watershed District will hold a public

hearing at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday,

April 3, 2019, at the District office,

2665 Noel Drive, Little Canada,

MN 55117, to review the proposed

revisions to the Ramsey-Washington

Metro Watershed District Rules.

All interested persons will have the

opportunity to be heard at said time

and place. The proposed revisions

to the District Rules can be viewed on

the District website in the Document

Library section.

Dated: March 12, 2019.

(Roseville Review:Mar. 19, 26, 2019)

(Oakdale-Lake ElmoReview: Mar.

20, 27, 2019)

(Review: Mar. 20, 27, 2019)

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NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the

property will be sold on April 17,

2019. The property will be offered

online at www.StorageTreasures.

com and more information about

the sale can be found at that

website. The undersigned Acorn

Mini Storage will sell at Public Sale

by competitive bidding the personal

property heretofore stored with the

undersigned by:

Unit # 111

Jamie Schmeichel

tool box, vacuum cleaner, television,

ladder, luggage, furniture, boxes of

unknown content

Unit # 1619

Angelique Coakley

luggage, boxes of unknown content

Unit # 3514

Kaokia Ly

furniture, boxes of unknown content

Unit # 3515

Kaokia Ly

luggage, boxes of unknown content\

(Roseville Review: Mar. 26; Apr. 2,

2019)

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Roseville

CITY OF ROSEVILLE

NOTICE OF CANCELLED

PUBLIC HEARING

This is notice that the previously

noticed item to be presented before

the Roseville Variance Board on

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 has been

removed from the docket and this

specific meeting cancelled.

(Roseville Review: Mar. 26, 2019)

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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

CITY HALL PARKING

LOT PROJECT CITY OF

ROSEVILLE

ROSEVILLE, MINNESOTA

RECEIPT AND OPENING OF

PROPOSALS: Sealed proposals

for the work described below will

be received at the office of the

City Engineer, City of Roseville,

2660 Civic Center Drive, Roseville,

Minnesota, electronically through

BidVAULT until 1:00 p.m., Tuesday,

April 9, 2019 at which time the bids

will be opened and publicly read.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The

work includes the construction of

approximately:

1,100 TON B i tuminous

wear course

760 CY A g g r e g a t e

Base Class 5

9,000 SF P a v e d r a i n

Installation

200 LF 6” Watermain

Ductile Iron Pipe

200 LF 8” Sanitary

Sewer Main PVC

Together with numerous related

items of work, all in accordance with

Plans and Specifications.

COMPLETION OF WORK: Project

completion date is October 4, 2019.

PLANHOLDERS LIST, ADDENDA

AND BID TABULATIONS: The

planholders list, addenda and bid

tabulation will be available on-line

at: https://egram.cityofroseville.com/

. Any addenda will be e- mailed to all

planholders.

TO OBTAIN BID DOCUMENTS: A

description of the project, Plans and

Specifications, and the planholders

list are available at https://egram.

cityofroseville.com/ . You may

download these documents for

$25 through the City’s eGram page

as long as you are a planholder.

Hard copies of complete project

documents are available for $150

at the City of Roseville, 2660

Civic Center Drive, Roseville, MN

55113, 651-792-7004. No refunds

will be provided. Bids will only

be accepted electronically from

Contractors who are listed as

planholders on the City’s eGram

site.

BID SECURITY: A certified check or

proposal bond in the amount of not

less than 10% percent of the total

amount bid, drawn in favor of the City

of Roseville shall accompany each

bid. This can be can be submitted

either electronically with your bid

through BidVAULT or submitted via

paper copy at or before the time of

the bid opening.

OWNER’S RIGHTS RESERVED:

The City Council reserves the right

to reject any and all bids, to waive

irregularities and informalities therein

and the right to award the contract in

the best interests of the City.

Pat Trudgeon, City Manager

City of Roseville, Minnesota

(Roseville Review: Mar. 26, 2019)

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Shoreview

STATE OF MINNESOTA

COUNTY OF RAMSEY

CITY OF SHOREVIEW

ORDINANCE NO. 969

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE

CITY OF SHOREVIEW OFFICIAL

ZONING MAP

REGARDING PROPERTY

LOCATED AT 5900 MACKUBIN

STREET

The Shoreview City Council

ordains that the Official Zoning

Map are hereby amended as

follows:

SECTION 1. Buell Consulting, on

behalf of Verizon Wireless, LLC

initiated a rezoning from TOD-1,

Telecommunications Overlay District

One to TOD-2, Telecommunications

Overlay District Two for the following

described property:

Section 1 Town 30 Range 23 Lot 7

Blk 3 Western Pines No 2 & Park In

Evergreen Shores And In Sd Sec 1

Tn 30 Rn 23, The S 720 Ft Of N 903

Ft Of E 785 Ft Of W 815 Ft Of Ne

1/4 Of Nw 1/4 (Subj To Ditch) Sec

1 Tn 30 Rn 23, Ramsey County,

Minnesota.

(This property is commonly known

as Bucher Park, 5900 Mackubin

Street)

SECTION 2. The procedural history

of this rezoning is as follows:

1. This rezoning was initiated

pursuant to Section 203.052 of the

Shoreview Code of Ordinances.

2. The Shoreview Planning

Commission held a public hearing

on February 26, 2019. Legal notice

of this hearing was published on

February 6th in the City’s legal

newspaper. Notice was mailed

pursuant to law to property owners

within 350’ on February 13th. All

persons present at said meeting,

including the applicant, were given

an opportunity to be heard and

present written statements. The

Commission also considered the

recommendation of the City staff.

After discussion, the Planning

Commission recommended the

City Council approve the rezoning

request with a 6 to 1 vote.

3. This rezoning was considered by

the Shoreview City Council on March

18, 2019.

SECTION 3. Section 205.010

of Chapter 200, Development

Regulations is hereby amended to

add the following:

Zoning Map Revision The

Shoreview Zoning Map, adopted on

March 18, 1991, is hereby revised

to indicate that the above described

property has been rezoned to

TOD-2, Telecommunications

Overlay District Two from TOD-1,

Telecommunications Overlay District

One zoning classification pursuant to

Shoreview Ordinance 969.

SECTION 4. Approval of zoning

amendment is on the basis of the

following findings of fact:

1. The rezoning is consistent with

the Comprehensive Plan, and the

requirements of the Development

Code. The park use of the property

will remain and the underlying

zoning will remain as R-1, Detached

Residential.

2. The increased height permitted

in the TOD-2 District will not have

a significant adverse impact on the

surrounding planned residential land

uses. Impacts will be mitigated by the

park’s size, characteristics, natural

features and City design standards.

3. The increased height permitted

in the TOD-2 District will not impact

the park use.

SECTION 5. Said approval is

subject to the following conditions:

1. This approval rezones

the property from TOD -1,

Telecommunications Overlay

District – One, to TOD -2,

Telecommunications Overlay

District – Two. The underlying

zoning designation of R-1, Detached

Residential District will remain

unchanged.

2. Rezoning is not effective until

a Wireless Telecommunications

Facility (WTF) agreement is

executed.

Adoption Date. Passed by the City

Council of the City of Shoreview on

the 18th day of March, 2019.

Effective Date. This ordinance shall

become effective the day following

its publication in the City’s official

newspaper and satisfaction of the

conditions above in Section 5.

Sandra C. Martin, Mayor

(Bulletin: Mar. 27, 2019)

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NOTICE OF

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

ROADWAY AND UTILITY

IMPROVEMENTS

FOR THE WABASSO

NEIGHBORHOOD

AND ST. ALBANS COURT

WATER MAIN EXTENSION

CITY PROJECTS

19-01 AND 19-04

CITY OF SHOREVIEW,

MINNESOTA

Notice is hereby given that sealed

proposals will be received by the

City of Shoreview, Ramsey County,

Minnesota, at the Shoreview City

Hall, 4600 Victoria Street North,

Shoreview, Minnesota, 55126, until

10:00 AM local time on Thursday,

April 18, 2019, and will be publicly

opened at such time and place by

two or more designated officers or

agents of the City of Shoreview, said

proposals to be for the furnishing

of all labor and materials for the

construction, complete and in place

in accordance with the plans and

specifications for the following

estimated quantities of work:

CITY PROJECT 19-01

3,510 CY C ommo n

Excavation

1,500 CY Aggregate

Base Class 5

720 TN Bituminous

Pavement

4,600 LF Concrete

Curb & Gutter

19,600 SF Permeable

Concrete Paver Block

2,000 CY 1-1/2-inch

Clear Rock

400 CY 3/4 - i n c h

Clear Rock

600 CY O r g a n i c

Topsoil Borrow

4,100 SY Sod

4,000 SY Geotextile

Fabric

2,700 SY Geotextile

Grid

430 LF 6 - i n c h

C-900, DR 18 Water Main

6 EA Hydrant &

Valve

5 EA 6 - i n c h

Gate Valve

4 EA 1 - i n c h

Corporation & Curb Stop

1 EA S a n i t a r y

Sewer Manhole

23 EA Vac-A-Tee

Clean-out

1,100 LF 8 - i n c h

CIPP Sanitary Sewer Lining

23 EA 8 - i n c h

Main to Lateral CIPP Liner

690 LF C I P P

Lateral Liner > 5-25-Feet Long

340 CY C ommo n

Excavation

920 CY Aggregate

Base Class 5

400 TN Bituminous

Pavement

1,150 LF Concrete

Curb & Gutter

750 SY Sod

440 LF 6 - i n c h

C-900, DR 18 Water Main

1 EA 6 - i n c h

Gate Valve

1 EA Hydrant &

Valve

8 EA 1 - i n c h

Corporation & Curb Stop

350 LF 1 ”

Polyethylene Service Pipe

The bids must be submitted on

the proposal forms provided in

accordance with contract documents,

plans and specifications as prepared

by the City of Shoreview Public

Works Department which are on file

with the City Manager of Shoreview

and may be seen at the City Hall,

Public Works Department.

Digital copies of the Bidding

Documents are available through

QuestCDN for a fee of $15, eBidDoc

Number 6236306. 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

the City of Shoreview Public Works

Department at a non-refundable cost

of $100/set.

No bids will be considered unless

sealed and filed with the City Manager

of Shoreview and accompanied by a

cash deposit, cashier’s check, bid

bond or certified check, payable

to the City of Shoreview, for five

percent (5%) of the amount bid to

be forfeited as liquidated damages

in the event the bid be accepted and

the bidder shall fail to enter promptly

into a written contract and furnish the

required bond.

All bidders for contract amounts

of $100,000 or more shall require

contractors, sub-contractors, and

vendors which have 40 or more fulltime

employees to submit a copy of

their Affirmative Action Certification

for the current period after their bid,

before construction.

The Owner reserves the right to

reject any and all bids, to waive

irregularities and informalities therein

and to accept the bid deemed in their

best interest.

It is expected that the City of

Shoreview will consider the bids

at their Council Meeting on May 6,

2019.

By Order of the City Council

/s/ Terry C. Schwerm

City Manager

City of Shoreview, Minnesota

(Bulletin: Mar. 27, 2019)

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District 621

Minutes

REGULAR MEETING

Pursuant to due call and notice

thereof, a regular meeting of the

School Board of Independent School

District No. 621, State of Minnesota,

was called to order by Jonathan

Weinhagen, Chair, at 7:00 p.m.,

February 12, 2019. Meeting was

duly held at the District Center, 4570

Victoria Street N, Shoreview, MN

55126.

Present: Bock, Helgeson, Jones,

Sager, Weinhagen

Superintendent Chris Lennox

Mounds View student representative

Absent: Glasheen, Westerman

Irondale student representative

Motion by Sager, seconded by

Jones, to adopt the agenda as

printed. Voting aye: all; nay: none.

Motion carried.

The student representative reported

on various student council events

and activities at her school.

No one registered to speak at Open

Forum.

Announcements were made

concerning gifts and meeting dates.

Superintendent’s report:

- Testified at the legislature on a

bill that would give school boards the

authority to renew an existing levy

- Weather-related closings and

make-up days

Motion by Sager, seconded by

Jones, to take action on the consent

agenda as follows:

Approve minutes:

Approve the minutes of January 22,

2019 as printed.

Approve personnel changes as

follows:

new hire: effective

Babirad, Natalie T

2-1-19

Lee, Molly CH

1-22-19

Love, Logan Bridges

1-25-19

Meyers, Darius Bridges

2-6-19

Nordenstrom, Rachel BA

2-1-19

Zaczkowski, Christina ID

1-22-19

rehire:

Barhan, David MV

1-22-19

Hauser, Erin ID

1-22-19

Jarrett, Susan HV

2-11-19

Stauder, Karen SLEC

1-28-19

Wiederin, Allison PW

2-8-19

return from leave:

Adair, Lori CH

1-29-19

Jenson, Annie ID

1-28-19

Wilson, Gina HV

2-1-19

request for leave:

Bellefeuille, Nathan

On leave 2019-20 school year

Brohman, EmaKate

On leave 2019-20 school y ear

Cohen, Sandra

On leave 2019-20 thru 2023-24

school years

Hanson, Bjorn MV

4-22-19 thru 5-17-19 approx.

Horwath, Christine On leave

2019-20 school year

Kappes, Dana VH

5-9-16 thru 6-7-19 approx.

Langness, Lindsey On leave

2019-20 school year

Larson, Erica BA

1-3-19 thru 3-1-19 approx.

Larson, Michael On leave

2019-20 school year

Lynch, Arian PW

3-7-19 thru 5-3-19 approx.

Lynch, Robert HV

3-7-19 thru 3-13-19 approx.

McGrew, Brent On leave

2019-20 school year

Moe, Kristin PW

4-22-19 thru 5-21-19 approx.

Niemetschek, Alyssa On leave

2019-20 school year

Petersen, Allison On leave

2019-20 school year

Rockenstein, Andrew On leave

2019-20 school year

Rollman, Elizabeth On leave

2019-20 school year

Schlangen, Casandra ID

4-10-19 thru 4-24-19 approx.

Sorknes, Ann ECEC

1-16-19 thru 2-13-19 approx.

Tschida, Joseph VH

2-4-19 thru 2-15-19

Weems, Roberta TL/VH

1-24-19 thru 2-8-19 approx.

resignation:

Barhan, David MV

6-7-19

Hall, Tawnya ECEC

2-15-19

Moua, Kazoua DC

2-15-19

Mountain, Samaria ID

2-7-19

Mullet, Luanne On leave

2-5-19

Stauder, Karen SLEC

6-7-19

Wanschura, Rachel On leave

1-24-19

retirement:

Fox, Duane BA

3-29-19

Henderson, Melanie On leave

6-7-19

Iwaszko, Lynn District

11-27-19

Kristyniak, Mary Ann TL

6-7-19

Meints, Susan IL

6-7-19

Norgren, Jane TL

6-7-19

transfer:

McDonald, Samantha PW

2-1-19

Merrills, Jessica ID

2-7-19

Moberg, Ben MV

2-6-19

Mohamed, Basimo PLEC/SLV

1-22-19

Smith, Asiya ID

1-22-19

Approve expenditures as follows:

General Fund $2,935,490.30

Nutrition Service 296,754.00

Community Service 77,283.19

Capital Outlay 895,764.19

Building Construction 589,210.78

Trust 10,000.00

Internal Service 239,545.99

Total $5,044,048.45

Bank Wire Transfers:

$47,913,315.55

Accept the following gifts and

extend thanks to the donors:

Lake Region Hockey Association

for the baseball program at Mounds

View and for a set of

Brady Brady Hockey books for each

elementary school and K Center

($2,966)

Wash-N-Fill Express for design

specialist materials at Valentine Hills

($500)

Wells Fargo Foundation for general

use at Mounds View ($100)

Gordon & Jackie Knott for staff

appreciation at Bel Air and student

engagement at Highview ($200)

Medtronic Foundation for general

use at Island Lake ($500)

Linda Gondringer & David Schreifels

for Robotics at Mounds View ($300)

Brian Brandt for general use at

Edgewood ($42.52)

Apple Airpods from Colin

Mildenberger for the Unity event

raffle at Edgewood

70 new caps, mittens and gloves

from United Educators Credit Union

for student use

The following are for the Ralph

Reeder Food Shelf from:

Bell Lumber & Pole Company

($20,000)

Culvers St. Anthony ($1,000)

Sally & Daniel Larson ($500)

Renee Nutter ($400)

Peace United Methodist Church

($2,209)

PHT Systems Inc. ($500)

Twin Cities North Chamber

($601.50)

Wilshire Park Elementary School

($623 & 1,142 lbs. of food)

Teacher seniority lists:

Approve the Teacher, Learning

Resource Teacher, Adult Basic

Education Teacher and the Early

Childhood Family Education seniority

lists as presented.

Sabbatical leave request:

Approve the sabbatical leave for

Joshua Miller.

Voting aye: all; nay: none. Motion

carried.

Colin Sokolowski, Director of Public

Relations; Jeff Nowak, Mounds View

Dean and Mounds View students

Johnny Santiago and Cadyn Jones

shared the work that has been done

on a series of videos for students as

part of the school’s Be Kind to Your

Mind campaign, focused on students’

mental health. Discussion followed.

Jeff Ridlehoover, Assistant

Superintendent; Michael Werner,

Coordinator of Post-Secondary

Planning and Mindy Handberg,

Coordinator of Community

Partnerships, provided an overview

of the District’s career and technical

education programs including the

Pathways to Possibilities program.

The report included information

about post-secondary partnerships

and articulated credits available

to students as well as community

partnerships, summer internships

and career fairs. Discussion

followed.

Jones provided an AMSD/

Legislative update.

As liaisons to schools and on

committees, Board members

reported on events in which they had

participated

Meeting adjourned at 8:15 p.m.

Sandra Westerman, Clerk

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CITY OF LAUDERDALE, MINNESOTA

SUMMARY FINANCIAL REPORT

REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES FOR GENERAL OPERATIONS

GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS

FOR THE YEARS ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2018 AND 2017

The purpose of this report is to provide a summary of financial information concerning the City of Lauderdale to

interested citizens. The complete financial statements may be examined at City Hall, 1891 Walnut Street, Lauderdale,

MN, 55113.

Questions about this report should be directed to Heather Butkowski, City Administrator at (651)792-7650.

(Roseville Review: Mar. 26, 2019)

______

City of Lauderdale, Minnesota

Summary Financial Report

Revenues and Expenditures For General Operations

Governmental Funds

For the Years Ended December 31, 2018 and 2017

2018 2017

Revenues

Taxes $ 782,283 $ 729,941 7.17 %

Licenses and permits 44,459 36,901 20.48

Intergovernmental 563,039 566,698 (0.65)

Charges for services 61,675 62,442 (1.23)

Fines and forfeitures 25,488 24,046 6.00

Special assessments 3,914 4,723 (17.13)

Interest on investments 22,007 6,724 227.29

Miscellaneous 924,187 95,360 869.16

Total Revenues $ 2,427,052 $ 1,526,835 58.96 %

Per Capita $ 1,000 $ 626 59.88 %

Expenditures

Current

General government $ 399,905 $ 387,497 3.20 %

Public safety 773,853 765,492 1.09

Public works 126,721 88,181 43.71

Sanitation and recycling 52,979 46,082 14.97

Economic development 7,710 7,814 (1.33)

Culture and recreation 105,381 100,450 4.91

Capital outlay 131,649 39,569 232.71

Debt service

Bond issuance costs 36,015 - N/A

Total Expenditures $ 1,634,213 $ 1,435,085 13.88 %

Per Capita $ 674 $ 588 14.53 %

Total Long-term Indebtedness $ 1,295,000 $ - N/A

Per Capita 534 - N/A

General Fund Balance - December 31 $ 747,208 $ 774,580 (3.53) %

Per Capita 308 317 (2.98)

The purpose of this report is to provide a summary of financial information concerning the City of Lauderdale

to interested citizens. The complete financial statements may be examined at City Hall, 1891 Walnut Street,

Lauderdale, MN 55113. Questions about this report should be directed to Heather Butkowski, City Administrator

at (651)792-7650.

Percent

Increase

(Decrease)

Total

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