Public Notices

Public Record

 

The following non-confidential traffic and criminal cases from 9/20/18 to 9/27/18 were compiled from reports released from the Houston County Court Administrator’s office.

 

Caledonia
Police
Dept.

Angela Marilyn Martinez, 25, Spring Grove; 7/13/18 Careless driving; Fees $175

Taniel Marie Mathison, 27, Caledonia; 7/12/18 Driving after revocation; Fees $275

Taniel Marie Mathison, 27, Caledonia; 7/12/18 Uninsured vehicle; Fees $200

Cristobal Santiago-Mariano, 29, Caledonia; 9/6/18 Driving without a valid license; Fees $175

Cristobal Santiago-Mariano, 29, Caledonia; 9/6/18 Operate vehicle with expired registration; Fees $30

Levi Roger Schulze, 20, Caledonia; 8/8/18 Driving after revocation; Fees $275

Levi Roger Schulze, 20, Caledonia; 8/8/18 Possession of drug paraphernalia; Fees $50

Levi Roger Schulze, 20, Caledonia; 8/8/18 Fail to signal for turn; Fees $50

Amber Lee Vassey, 40, Cashton, Wis.; 3/22/18 Driving without a valid a license; Fees $175

Amber Lee Vassey, 40, Cashton, Wis.; 3/22/18 Uninsured vehicle; Fees $200

 

Houston
County
Sheriff’s
Office

Emily Lynn Babcock, 21, Houston; 9/6/18 Speeding 74/55; Fees $135

Anthony Irvin Bankes, 20, Spring Grove; 7/2/18 Operate unregistered vehicle; Fees $175

Tara Joanne Bruening, 32, Decorah, Iowa; 8/26/18 Speeding 65/40; Fees $215

Daniel Lee Halverson, 57, Caledonia; 8/31/18 Possession of burglary tools; Fees $75; Prison, 17 months

Jesse Joe Heaser, 37, Owatonna; 8/20/18 Duty to drive with due care; Fees $115

Susan Marie Holien, 50, Rushford; 9/7/18 Speeding 70/55; Fees $135

Kevin George Jostand, 43, Waukon, Iowa; 8/26/18 Speeding 70/55; Fees $135

Sara Jean Kasten, 28, Minneapolis; 9/9/18 Speeding 65/55; Fees $115

Rachel Ann Lankford, 47, New Albin, Iowa; 7/31/18 Speeding 42/30; Fees $125

Patty Lyn Peterson, 42, Woodville, Wis.; 7/29/18 DWI; Fine $300, Fees $100; Jail, 90 days, stay 90 days for 1 yr.; Unsupervised probation, 1 yr.

Jacob David Theobald, 25, Brownsville; 9/3/18 DWI; Fine $300, Fees $100; Jail, 90 days, stay 90 days for 1 yr.; Unsupervised probation, 1 yr.

Gustavo Zuniga, 46, Winona; 8/26/18 Speeding 60/40; Fees $215

 

La
Crescent
Police
Dept.

Canadian Pacific Railroad; 7/10/18 Block crossing more than 10 minutes; Fees $175

Crystal Doyle Hegge, 37, Winona; 8/25/18 Speeding 58/40; Fees $135

George Robert Kaczorowski, 66, La Crescent; 9/16/18 Operate vehicle with expired registration Fees $105

Garret Bradley Proudfoot, 23, Dresbach; 8/24/18 Speeding 54/40; Fees $125

Courtney Rae Smith, 24, Mabel; 7/10/18 Driving after suspension; Fees $275

 

MN
Dept.
of
Natural
Resources

Peter M. Basara, 41, La Crosse, Wis.; 7/12/18 Fail to display valid registration on motorized watercraft; Fees $100

 

MN
State
Patrol

Brian Patrick Christensen, 43, Waukon, Iowa; 4/20/18 Speeding 65/55; Fees $115

Mary Elizabeth Daley, 75, Caledonia; 8/31/18 Seat belt required; Fees $100

Ronnie Gene Heim, 60, Lansing, Iowa; 9/20/18 Seat belt required; Fees $100

Anna Marie Klar, 26, Caledonia; 9/24/18 Speeding 65/55; Fees $115

Anna Marie Klar, 26, Caledonia; 9/24/18 Possession of drug paraphernalia; Fees $50

Anna Marie Klar, 26, Caledonia; 9/24/18 Marijuana in motor vehicle; Fees $50

Timothy Alan Loomis, 51, Houston; 8/30/18 Seat belt required; Fees $100

James Robert Sheehan, 55, Caledonia; 8/30/18 Over legal table weight; Fees $375

James Robert Sheehan, 55, Caledonia; 8/30/18 Gross weight exceeds registered limit; Fees $300

Melissa Ann Warren, 41, La Crosse, Wis.; 7/16/18 No MN driver’s license after residency; Fees $175

Melissa Ann Warren, 41, La Crosse, Wis.; 7/16/18 Display stolen plates; Fees $300

 
 

Police Blotter

Spring Grove Police
 Department Blotter

Sept. 26 to Oct. 2, 2018

Sept. 26, 2018

0914 hours- Officers received a report of a driving complaint, Main St.

1017 hours- Officers received a report of found property, 1st St.

1034 hours- Officers issued a citation for driving after revocation, Main St.

1112 hours- Officers received a report of a city ordinance violation, 3rd Ave.

1457 hours- Officers assisted the Spring Grove Ambulance with a medical call, 5th Ave.

1647 hours- Officers received a report of a motor vehicle accident, Division Ave.

1726 hours- Officers received a report of a suspicious vehicle, Division Ave.

1751 hours- Officers received a report of a theft, Main St.

1832 hours- Officers received a report of child neglect, Terrys Dr.

2211 hours- Officers issued a warning citation for speeding, Main St.

2304 hours- Officers issued a warning citation for speeding, Main St.

Sept. 27, 2018

2033 hours- Officers issued a citation for no proof of insurance, Division Ave.

Sept. 28, 2018

1553 hours- Officers received a report of an Internet scam, Main St.

1648 hours- Officers issued a warning citation for speeding, Main St.

2116 hours- Officers issued a warning citation for speeding, Main St.

2337 hours- Officers issued a warning citation for speeding, Main St.

Sept. 29, 2018

1706 hours- Officers conducted a background investigation, 1st Ave.

1922 hours- Officers issued a warning citation for speeding, Main St.

2243 hours- Officers issued a warning citation for speeding, Main St.

Sept. 30, 2018

0050 hours- Officers issued a warning citation for speeding, Main St.

1215 hours- Officers assisted a person who locked their keys in their vehicle, Main St.

1710 hours- Officers issued a warning citation for failure to display current registration, Main St.

Oct. 1, 2018

0930 hours- Officers received a request to speak with a landlord over tenant issues, 2nd Ave.

1531 hours- Officers received a report of check fraud, County Rd. 8.

Oct. 2, 2018

0125 hours- Officers received a report of a parking violation, Hoegh Ave.

1715 hours- Officers received a report of suspicious activity, 2nd Ave.

1730 hours- Officers received a report of an ordinance violation, 2nd Ave.

 
 
 

PROCEEDINGS
OF
THE
BOARD
OF
COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS

Date: Tuesday, September 25, 2018 9:00 a.m.

Place: Commissioners Room, Courthouse, Caledonia, MN 

Members Present: Jack Miller, Justin Zmyewski, Teresa Walter and Fred Arnold

Presiding: Fred Arnold, Chairperson

Call to order.

Motion was made by Commissioner Miller, seconded by Commissioner Walter and unanimously carried to approve the agenda as amended.

Motion was made by Commissioner Walter, seconded by Commissioner Miller and unanimously carried to approve the minutes of the September 18, 2018 meeting.

Motion was made by Commissioner Zmyewski, seconded by Commissioner Miller, and unanimously carried to approve payment of the license center and Human Services  disbursements and the following claims:

County Revenue Fund $ 44,046.48

Road & Bridge Fund $86,263.13 

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Total $130,309.61

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Engineer Pogodzinski recommended approval of the final payment for C.P. 2018-06. Motion was made by Commissioner Walter, seconded by Commissioner Zmyewski, and unanimously carried to adopt the following: 

RESOLUTION NO. 18-37

NOW, THEN BE IT RESOLVED, That we do hereby accept said completed project for and in behalf of the County of Houston and authorize final payment as specified herein.

Zoning Administrator Lacher requested approval of a Conditional Use Permit on behalf of James Gilmer, Houston Township, to construct a replacement bridge in a floodway. Motion was made by Commissioner Walter, and seconded by Commissioner Zmyewski and unanimously carried to approve the permit and to adopt the findings.

PHN Director Marchel and HS Director Pugleasa met with the board and presented a formal resolution to integrate the Human Services and Public Health departments. Motion was made by Commissioner Walter, seconded by Commissioner Zmyewski and unanimously carried to approve the integration of the Human Services and Public Health departments and to adopt the following:

RESOLUTION NO. 18-38

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Houston County Board of Commissioners adopts the research by its departments and the new organizational chart with implementation on or before January 1, 2019, and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that staff be directed to develop a timeline for initial implementation to be completed no later than 12/31/2018 to include the modification of necessary job descriptions related to the integration, necessary staff trainings, and establishment of an integrated budget and fund, and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the new department title shall be Houston County Public Health and Human Services.

Motion was made by Commissioner Walter, seconded by Commissioner Zmyewski, and unanimously carried to approve the following snowmobile trail Grant in Aid Agreements: Gopherland Trails $55,330.04; La Crescent $19,160.99; Houston Money Creek $25,066.14; Viking Ridge Trail $20,421.98. 

  Motion was made by Commissioner Miller, seconded by Commissioner Walter and unanimously carried to schedule the Truth in Taxation (TNT) meeting for Monday, November 26th at 6:00 p.m. 

Motion was made by Commissioner Miller, seconded by Commissioner Walter and carried with Commissioner Zmyewski voting in the negative to adopt the following which provides for a 6.944% levy increase for Taxes Payable in 2019; 

 

RESOLUTION NO. 18-39

BE IT RESOLVED, that the proposed levy after the deduction of County Program Aid (CPA), in the amount of $13,770,620 be made on all taxable property in the County of Houston for taxes payable in 2019 in the following amounts by County Fund:

County Revenue $ 8,193,042 

Road & Bridge 2,399,834

Human Services 1,793,990

Bond Fund – 2009C Jail Bonds 629,738

Bond Fund – 2010A Jail Bonds 374,493

  Bond Fund – 2017A Jail Bonds 379,523

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Total $13,770,620

Less CPA (986,897)

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Total Levy $12,783,723

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Motion was made by Commissioner Miller, seconded by Commissioner Walter and carried with Commissioner Zmyewski voting in the negative to adopt the following; 

RESOLUTION NO. 18-40

RESOLUTION ADOPTING 2019 OPERATING BUDGET

Revenues

Over (Under)

Revenue Expenditures Expenditures

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County Revenue $11,632,416 $11,632,416 $ 0

    Road & Bridge 13,139,349 13,139,349 0

Human Services 6,672,125 6,672,125 0

Debt Service 1,383,754 1,383,754 0

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Grand Total $32,827,644 $32,827,644 $ 0 

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There being no further business and the time being 10:20 a.m., motion was made by Commissioner Zmyewski, seconded by Commissioner Miller and unanimously carried to adjourn the meeting, the next advertised meeting being Tuesday, October 2, 2018.

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

HOUSTON COUNTY, MINNESOTA

By: Fred Arnold, Chairperson

Attest: Michelle Quinn, County Auditor 

THE ABOVE PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSTON COUNTY BOARD OF COM-MISSIONERS IS ONLY A SUMMARY. THE FULL TEXT IS AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION AT THE HOUS¬TON COUNTY AUDITOR’S OFFICE AS WELL AS ON THE HOUSTON COUNTY WEBSITE LOCATED AT THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESS: http://www.co.houston.mn.us/

 

 

 

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