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New public notices published in the issue of Dec. 13, 2019

COKATO TOWNSHIP - FILING NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that a Township Election in the Town of Cokato Township, County of Wright, State of Minnesota, will be held on March 10th, 2020.
Affidavits of candidacy may be filed with the Town Clerk, 5363 Rhoades Ave SW, Cokato, MN between the hours of 1 pm - 9 pm from December 31, 2019 to January 14th, 2020 (filing closes at 5 p.m. on January 14th) for the offices of:
One (1) Supervisor .3 year term
One (1) Clerk 2 year term
There is a $2.00 filing fee.
Brad Morris
CokatoTownship Clerk
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch Dec. 13 and 20, 2019.

DASSEL TOWNSHIP FILING NOTICE
Filing for Dassel Township offices will open on Tuesday, December 31, 2019, and will close on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. The Township Clerk’s office will be open for filing from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. on the last day of the filing period. Filings are open for one supervisor for a 3-year term, and one Clerk for a 2-year term. File at the Township Clerk’s office at 69603 233rd Street, Dassel, MN. Candidate’s withdrawal date is on Thursday, January 16, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.
Karin Colberg
Dassel Township Clerk
Note: If you need to reach me to file for the Dassel Township openings, you can also call my cell phone at 320-221-0267.
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch Dec. 13 and 20, 2019.

UNOFFICIAL SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES
I.S.D. #466, BOARD OF EDUCATION
6:00 PM REGULAR BOARD MEETING, OCTOBER 28, 2019
DASSEL-COKATO BOARD ROOM
In partnership with our communities and families, we will educate and inspire all learners to maximize their potential, promote lifelong learning, and become contributing members of society.
Pursuant to due call and notice thereof, a regular meeting of the Board of Education of Independent School District No. 466 (Dassel-Cokato, Minnesota) was duly held in the Dassel-Cokato Board Room, Cokato, Minnesota, on Monday, October 28, 2019.
Aho called the meeting to order at 6:00 PM.
The following members were present: Aho, Sangren, Nelson, Grochow and Bender. The following were absent: Engh.
The meeting began with the pledge of allegiance.
Motion by Sangren, seconded by Nelson, approving the agenda as printed. Motion carried unanimously.
Jill Haataja was presented with the September Courtesy and Respect Award.
Motion by Bender, seconded by Grochow, approving payment of bills as presented including payroll, hand payables and contingency totaling $3,099,675.02. Motion carried unanimously. (A complete list of bills is available from the District Office for review.)
Communications / Open Forum – None
Curriculum Advisory Committee (CAC) Report: Engh reported on the 10/24 meeting which included 2018-19 assessment results and a proposal for a new Modern Literature Course.
MAWSECO Report: Written
Community Education Report: Grochow reported on the October mtg. which included reviews of Play and Learn Preschool, ECFE, Kinship Caregivers, and a grant from Allina Healthcare
Business Manager’s Report: Business Manager Palmer reported expenditures are in line with budget through the end of the fourth month of the fiscal year and reviewed the investment report with the board.
SEE: Written
Superintendent’s Report: Powers reported on ACT Scores, Ft. Snelling, Safe Schools, and progress on safety upgrades
Program Report – Elementary Principals Morris and Franklin reported on facility improvements, curriculum, remedial supports, and current happenings.
Negotiations – Nelson reported that all non-certified negotiations are done.
Other Reports – Aho introduced the idea of a board self-evaluation
Motion by Nelson, seconded by Engh, approving all consent items, which included approval of the minutes from the September 23, 2019 Regular Board Meeting, October 1, 2019 Special Subcommittee Meeting Non Certified Negotiations, October 10, 2019 Special Subcommittee Meeting Non Certified Negotiations, October 14, 2019 Special Board Meeting, October 24, 2019 Special Subcommittee Meeting Non Certified Negotiations.
Approval of wire transfers made on September 24th for $125,000, September 30th for $750,000, October 10th for $275,000, and October 15th for $900,000.
Personnel items: Resignation of Meera Lyver as a Middle School special needs paraeducator effective 10/16/2019, Resignation of Kim Levinski as a Middle School media center paraeducator effective 10/4/2019, Resignation of Chris Josephson as a Cokato Elementary special needs paraeducator effective 12/31/2019, Approval of a lane change for Brian Johnson from BA+60 to BA+75 effective 1/1/2020, Employment of Jessalyn Nikula as a Type III driver sub effective 10/10/19, Employment of Anita Harmala as a Type III contracted driver effective 9/30/2019, Employment of Kari Chellin as a Middle School special needs paraeducator effective 10/22/2019, Employment of Jennifer Johnson as a Middle School media center paraeducator effective 10/14/2019, Employment of Cheryl Loge as part time (.1923 FTE) Dassel Elementary Social Worker effective 10/02/2019, Assignment of Heather Halstead as Dassel Elementary Cook/Manager effective 11/1/2019, Request approval of up to 8 weeks of medical leave of absence for Mikailya Rutten beginning approximately January 29, 2020, approved additions to the Fall 2019 list of Community Education Coaches/Instructors Volleyball: Maurice Niemela Youth Basketball: Brett Mayfield, Blake Christianson, Toby Chellin, Tim Trocke, Dan Smock, Andy Kraemer, Chad Harrison, Matt Whittaker, Gorden Heaver, Aaron Hendrickson, Aaron Rauschendorfer, Ryan Wieweck, Steve Quern, Angela Schrupp.
Acceptance of Donations From: DC Youth Trust - $2,000 to Cokato Elementary, 3M Charities Aid Foundation - $81.50 to Dassel Elementary, DC Volleyball Boosters - $1,499.02 for volleyball supplies, Cokato Dairy Queen - $424.50 to Dassel Elementary, Cokato Dairy Queen - $424.50 to Cokato Elementary, DC Drama Boosters - $1,356 for backdrop rental for the fall musical, DC Youth Trust - $2,000 to the High School Rechargers account, Janet Nesseth & Charities Aid Foundation - $271.70 to the Robotics program, Communities Charities of Minnesota & Huikkos Bowling - $500 to After Prom, Joe & Nickole Schmitz - $200 to the Robotics program, Rachel Yates & Wells Fargo - $70 to the Music program, Rachel Yates & Wells Fargo - $70 to National Honor Society, DC Swim Boosters - $52.50 for swim uniforms, Holt Motors - $1,000 to the scholarship fund, 3M- $2,500 grant for the Middle School Math League (applied for by Elizabeth Niemela), Minnesota Agricultural Education Leadership Council - $4,400 grant to the Ag department for a Farm to Table Food Science Lab (applied for by Tracy Nelson). Motion carried unanimously.
Superintendent Powers presented communication ideas for forming community groups. The board decided to accept volunteer applications until 4:30 on 11/25 and to begin advertising Monday 11/4.
Motion by Nelson, seconded by Grochow, approving Walter Martinnen for a full term on the CAC. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Grochow, seconded by Bender, approving the 2018-19 audit presented by Justin McGraw from CDS. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Nelson, seconded by Sangren, Ratifying the following 2019-21Contracts:
Transportation Coordinator’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2.5% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, a $250 increase to the 403b match in year one and year two, a $250 increase to the Health Care Savings Plan contribution, an additional vacation day and a $500 increase to the life insurance cap.
Community Ed Programs & Communications Coordinator’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 3% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, a $250 increase to the 403b match in year one and year two, a $250 increase to the Health Care Savings Plan contribution and a $250 increase to the health insurance cap in year one and year two.
ECFE Coordinator’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two.
Early Childhood Certified Staff contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include a hourly rate adjustment in year one and year two to match the K-12 teacher grid, an increase of $150 to career increment in year one and $100 increase in year two. Increase the extended employment hourly rate from $27/hour to $28/hour. An additional of health insurance language was also made to the contract.
Building & Grounds Supervisor’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 3.5% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, an increase to the weekend boiler/building check rate, a $100 increase to uniform allowance and a $2,000 increase to the health insurance cap in year two.
CDL Bus Driver’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2.5% on the CDL regular route pay in year one and year two, an increase of 2.5% on the hourly rates for year one and year two, an increase to longevity pay and the attendance bonus and new language regarding payment for unused discretionary days.
Type III Driver’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two.
10 Month Secretary’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, a $300 increase to the health insurance cap in year two, an increase to the experience recognition pay and some minor health insurance language changes.
Activity Secretary’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, a $300 increase to the health insurance cap in year two, an increase to the experience recognition pay, some minor health insurance language changes and the addition of 403b language with a match of $400.
Special Education/Curriculum Secretary’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, a $300 increase to the health insurance cap in year two, an increase to the experience recognition pay and some minor health insurance language changes.
HR/Payroll Coordinator’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 3% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, a $250 increase to 403b match in year one and year two, a $250 increase to the Health Care Savings Plan contribution, a $1,000 increase to the health insurance cap in year two, an additional vacation day and a minor language change regarding sick leave.
IT Specialist’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, an increase of $48 per month to the dental insurance cap and an increase of $250 to the Health Care Savings Plan contribution.
School Age Child Care Site Supervisor’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2.5% on the salary schedule in year one and year two.
Help Desk Analyst’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, a $300 increase to the health insurance cap in year two, changes to vacation language and the addition of 403b language with a match of $500.
Computer Technician’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, a $300 increase to the health insurance cap in year two, changes to vacation language and the addition of 403b language with a match of $500.
Technology Coordinator’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, a $200 increase to the 403b match and an increase of $250 to the Health Care Savings Plan contribution.
Community Education Secretary’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, a $300 increase to the health insurance cap in year two and a $300 increase to the 403b match in year one.
Bookkeeper’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, a $300 increase to the health insurance cap in year two and a $300 increase to the 403b match in year one.
Food Service Secretary’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, a $300 increase to the health insurance cap in year two and a $300 increase to the 403b match in year one.
Payroll Clerk’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, a $300 increase to the health insurance cap in year two and a $300 increase to the 403b match in year one.
Groundkeeper’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two and a $200 increase to the health insurance cap.
Early Childhood Family Education Secretary’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, a $300 increase to the health insurance cap in year two, an increase to the experience recognition pay and a minor health insurance language change.
Food Service Association’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two, one additional discretionary day, increase in longevity pay, a minor health insurance language change and an increase to the outside activity rate from $24/hour to $26/hour.
Changes to non-contracted hourly employees: increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two and an increase to the health insurance cap from $4,000 to $5,000 for the following hourly positions; lead bus maintenance, transportation clerical and mail/meals driver.
Paraeducator Association’s contract effective for the term of July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021. The terms of the agreement include an increase of 2% on the salary schedule in year one and year two and an increase to the experience recognition pay.
Motion carried unanimously.
Pursuant to due call and notice thereof, a regular meeting of the School Board of Independent School District No. 466 (Dassel-Cokato), State of Minnesota, was held on October 28, 2019 at 6:00 o’clock p.m.
Member Engh introduced the following resolution and moved its adoption:
RESOLUTION STATING THE INTENTION
OF THE SCHOOL BOARD TO ISSUE
GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS TO FINANCE PROJECTS INCLUDED IN THE DISTRICT’S
APPROVED TEN-YEAR FACILITY PLAN;
COVENANTING AND OBLIGATING THE DISTRICT TO BE BOUND BY AND TO USE THE PROVISIONS OF MINNESOTA STATUTES,
SECTION 126C.55 TO GUARANTEE THE
PAYMENT OF THE PRINCIPAL AND
INTEREST ON THE BONDS
BE IT RESOLVED by the School Board of Independent School District No. 466, State of Minnesota, as follows:
1. The Board hereby finds and declares that it is necessary and expedient for Independent School District No. 466 (the “District”) to issue its fully registered general obligation facilities maintenance bonds (the “Bonds”) pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 123B.595, subdivision 5 and Chapter 475, as amended, to fund the costs of the following projects included in its ten-year facility plan approved by the Board and the Commissioner of Education, and related financing costs: swimming pool repairs; parking lot repairs; and deferred maintenance projects at various school sites and facilities The Bonds would be issued in the total aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $2,065,000. The issuance of the Bonds is hereby authorized.
2. The ten-year facility plan is approved by the Board and is incorporated in this resolution as though fully specified herein. The administration is authorized and directed to submit to the Commissioner such additional information as may be necessary to secure the approval of the Commissioner for the ten-year facility plan and this bond issuance, as required by Minnesota Statutes, Section 123B.595. The submission of a proposed plan and a request for approval prior to the date of this resolution is ratified and approved in all respects.
3. The District further covenants to comply with all procedures now or hereafter established by the Minnesota Department of Education pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 123B.595 and otherwise to take such actions as necessary to comply with that statute. The chair, clerk, superintendent or business manager is authorized to execute any applicable Minnesota Department of Education forms.
4. The clerk is hereby authorized and directed to cause a notice substantially in the form of the Notice attached hereto as EXHIBIT A and incorporated herein by reference to be published as a legal notice one (1) time in the official newspaper of the District as soon as reasonably practicable after the date of adoption of this resolution, but at least twenty (20) days before the earlier of the issuance of bonds or the final certification of levies. Any publication of said notice prior to the date of adoption of this resolution is hereby ratified and approved in all respects.
5. The Board, having been advised by Ehlers & Associates, Inc., the District’s municipal advisor, hereby determines that this issue shall be privately sold after receipt of written proposals, as authorized pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 475.60, Subdivision 2.
6. On approximately December 5, 2019, the Superintendent or Business Manager and a Board Officer are authorized and directed to receive all proposals presented in conformity with the Terms of Proposal contained in the Official Statement, the terms of which are ratified and confirmed in all respects, and to approve on behalf of the District the sale of the Bonds to the party submitting the most favorable proposal (the “Purchaser”). If the true interest rate of the most favorable of said proposals does not exceed 4.00% and a favorable recommendation to accept the proposal is received from Ehlers & Associates, Inc., the Superintendent or Business Manager and a Board Officer are authorized and directed to accept the same as though the price and interest rate had been included herein. In the Terms of Proposal, the District reserved the right, after proposals were opened and prior to award, to increase or decrease the principal amount of the Bonds offered for sale or the amount of any individual maturity, with the increase or decrease to occur in multiples of $5,000 in any of the maturities. The Superintendent or Business Manager and a Board Officer are authorized and directed to endorse an acceptance on both copies of the most favorable proposal and to send one copy to the Purchaser.
7. Upon approval of the sale of the Bonds by the Superintendent or Business Manager and a Board Officer, the Board will meet at its next subsequent meeting to adopt the necessary approving resolution as drafted by the District’s Bond Counsel.
8. The terms and provisions specified in the Official Statement are hereby adopted as the terms and conditions of the Bonds and of the sale thereof, and shall be made available to all prospective purchasers of the Bonds. Ehlers & Associates, Inc., is authorized to prepare an Official Statement and to open, read and tabulate the proposals for presentation to the Board.
9. (a) The District hereby covenants and obligates itself to notify the Commissioner of Education of a potential default in the payment of principal and interest on the Bonds and to use the provisions of Minnesota Statutes, Section 126C.55 to guarantee payment of the principal and interest on the Bonds when due. The District further covenants to deposit with the Bond Registrar or any successor paying agent three (3) days prior to the date on which a payment is due an amount sufficient to make that payment or to notify the Commissioner of Education that it will be unable to make all or a portion of that payment. The Bond Registrar for the Bonds is authorized and directed to notify the Commissioner of Education if it becomes aware of a potential default in the payment of principal or interest on the Bonds or if, on the day two (2) business days prior to the date a payment is due on the Bonds, there are insufficient funds to make that payment on deposit with the Bond Registrar. The District understands that as a result of its covenant to be bound by the provisions of Minnesota Statutes, Section 126C.55, the provisions of that section shall be binding as long as any Bonds of this issue remain outstanding.
(b) The District further covenants to comply with all procedures now or hereafter established by the Departments of Management and Budget and Education of the State of Minnesota pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Section 126C.55, subdivision 2(c) and otherwise to take such actions as necessary to comply with that section. The chair, clerk, superintendent or business manager is authorized to execute any applicable Minnesota Department of Education forms.
The motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly seconded by Member Grochow and, upon vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor thereof: Engh, Grochow, Aho, Nelson, Sangren, and Bender and the following voted against the same: None, whereupon said resolution was declared duly passed and adopted.
Motion by Grochow, seconded by Nelson, approving the Long-Term Facilities Maintenance 10 Year Plan Revision. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Nelson, seconded by Bender, approving a Trail Maintenance MOU with the Cities of Cokato, Dassel, and Dassel Township:
WHEREAS, in the early 1990s, the parties determined to combine their collective efforts to construct a bicycle and pedestrian trail to serve the surrounding community by providing a safe alternative for bicycle and pedestrian traffic to travel to the Dassel-Cokato School facilities, and to provide a walking trail for residents for health and recreational purposes; and
WHEREAS, in 1994, each party extended its support and commitment to apply for a Transportation Enhancement Fund grant to cover a large portion of the costs of the construction of the trail. Following approval of the grant, and following receipt of the required matching funds from the parties and from a large number of donations from the surrounding community members, the Dassel-Cokato Area Trail was completed in the fall of 1996; and
WHEREAS, the parties have maintained the trail over the years by partnering with volunteers who have been generous with their time, through the donation of funds from many citizens, and through the sporadic funding from the parties; and
WHEREAS, because of the increasing costs of trail maintenance and the increased time commitment needed for required maintenance as the trail ages, the parties agree that there is an ongoing need to provide a dedicated source of funds for the continued maintenance and operation of the trail; and
WHEREAS, in 2017, the parties entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to provide a dedicated funding source for trail maintenance and operations, which agreement expires 12/31/2019.
NOW, THEREFORE, the parties recognize and agree:
1. AGREEMENT PURPOSE. Each party, in recognizing its authority to provide services to the public, and in acknowledging its responsibility to maintain infrastructure built through the cooperative efforts of the parties and the surrounding community, desires to enter into an agreement for the continued maintenance of the Dassel-Cokato Area Trail and the adjacent grounds;
2. APPLICABILITY. This agreement only applies to the trail officially known as the Dassel-Cokato Area Trail, which is located within the Minnesota Department of Transportation’s Right-of Way on the north side of U.S. Highway 12, and runs from the western border of the City of Cokato through the area of Marcia Street in the City of Dassel;
3. MAINTENANCE FUNDING. The parties each agree to make an annual contribution of $5,000 no later than May 31st of each year, beginning 2020, to be used towards the ongoing upkeep and maintenance of the trail and immediately adjacent grounds. Such maintenance may include, but is not limited to, activities such as mowing, weed spraying, seal coating, fog sealing, patching, crack filling, or other required maintenance traditionally performed upon paved surfaces or nearby grounds. Any additional requests for funding will be made by application to each party’s governing board;
4. OPERATIONS. The parties agree that the City of Dassel shall act as the Treasurer of the funds allocated under this agreement and shall maintain a separate fund for the receipt and disbursement of funds as directed by the Dassel-Cokato Area Trail committee. Each party shall designate a member representative to serve on the committee, and expenditure decisions shall be upon a majority vote of the designated members;
5. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION. Public participation in the maintenance of the trail is encouraged, and the Dassel-Cokato Area Trail committee appreciates any assistance from volunteers and other members of the public with both maintenance activities and funding contributions. Interested members of the public are encouraged to attend committee meetings and provide feedback;
6. LEGAL AUTHORITY. This MOU is not a legally binding agreement and creates no legally binding obligations for any party. Because of the mutual desire to proceed and achieve the goals stated in this MOU, each party fully intends to make a good faith effort to work together to achieve the goals described above;
11. GOVERNMENT DATA. The parties acknowledge that this MOU, as well as any data created, collected, stored, or received under the terms of this MOU, are “Government Data” within the meaning of the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act (Minnesota Statutes Chapter 13), and that they must comply with the provisions of the Act as if related to such data;
12. EFFECTIVE DATE. This MOU shall be effective when the governing boards of each party has approved this agreement and the appropriate signatures for each has been obtained;
13. MODIFICATION. Any amendments to this MOU must be mutually agreed to in writing;
14. TERMINATION. This MOU shall be effective until December 31, 2022, at which time the parties shall determine whether or not to renew the agreement and under what terms. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Engh, seconded by Nelson, approving an Out of State trip for Wrestling to Fargo:
a. Name of group DC/L Wrestling
b. Time December 26-28
c. Location and destination Fargo, ND
d. Educational goal or objective Athletes will have an opportunity to compete against some outstanding quality individuals at this tournament
e. Number of participants No more than 40
f. Cost per student Meal and Spending money - under $60 per athlete
g. Description of special lodging facilities Rumble on the Red tournament contracts with specific hotels. We will update with our hotel reservations as they approve for us.
h. Description of proposed financing, i.e., method of solicitation, needs, etc. Combination of funds
• DCHS will cover transportation to and from event
• DC Wrestling Booster Club will cover hotel cost, room for bus driver, and some of the meal costs
i. Supervision Co - Head Coach - Bryan Clemen & Co-Head Coach - Dan Buker
j. Use of school time During Christmas Break - N/A
k. Assessment of medical facilities and assistance available. Sanford Medical Center - 5225 23rd Ave S, Fargo ND 58104 (701) 417-2000. Motion carried unanimously.
Being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 8:06 PM.
Andy Engh, Clerk
This document is available in the following formats upon request: Braille, Large Print, Audio Cassette Tape, and Computer Disk. Please call (320-286-4100) for more information or to request a copy.
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch Dec. 13, 2019.