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STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, DOUGLAS COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Bradley T. Bartylla Notice to Creditors (Informal Administration) Case No. 22-PR-01 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. An application for informal administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth 11/14/1970 and date of death 12/16/2021, was domiciled in Douglas County, State of Wisconsin, with a mailing address of 901 E. 4th Street, Superior, WI 54880. 3. All interested persons waived notice. 4. The deadline for filing a claim against the decedent’s estate is 04/25/2022. 5. A claim may be filed at the Douglas County Courthouse, 1313 Belknap Street, Superior, Wisconsin, Room 304. Form completed by: Steven J. Ledin 1109 Tower Avenue, Superior, WI 54880 Telephone: 715-394-4471 Bar Number: 1005668 DATE SIGNED: January 10, 2022 Electronically signed by Jaime L. McMeekin Probate Registrar (Jan. 14, 21 & 28, 2022) WNAXLP 23049
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOLON SPRINGS Agenda - Regular Monthly School Board Meeting DATE: Monday, January 17, 2022 6:00 pm LOCATION: IMC Location and Public Access Special Note: Because of the COVID pandemic, the following changes will be in effect for School Board meetings until further notice: • Remote School Board Member Participation – Some, or all Board Members, may be connecting electronically. • Public Access & Participation – COVID 19 restrictions allow for School Board meetings with Social Distancing being practiced. A physical location, with Social Distancing, will be available in the Solon Springs School for individuals wishing to be present. • Remote Public Access – Members of the public who wish to connect remotely with the meeting will need to contact Frank Helquist, Superintendent: Email – fhelquist@solonk12.net or WK: 715-378-2263 or go to: https://isn.zoom.us/j/4329226862 • Meeting Audio Recording – The recording of this, and most other School Board meetings, is available to the public by contacting Frank Helquist, Superintendent. I. CALL THE MEETING TO ORDER, AND ROLL CALL – Indicating those present in person and electronically. II. REPORT ON HOW THE PUBLIC WAS NOTIFIED OF THE MEETING • Published in the Superior Telegram, posted it on High School Door, Bennett Town Hall, & Solon Springs Post Office. III. ANNOUNCEMENTS: Next meeting is on the third Monday, February 21, 2022 at 6:00 pm IV. AGENDA – consider approval of posted agenda V. MINUTES – consider approval of December 13 Regular Meeting Minutes VI. EXPENDITURES – consider approval of expenditures VII. TREASURER’S REPORT – presentation of monthly report VIII. PUBLIC COMMENT • To participate in the Public Comment session each speaker must register prior to the meeting by contacting Frank Helquist at fhelquist@solonk12.net • Speakers have a 3-minute time limit to address any item not listed as part of the agenda for that meeting. • Public Comment portion of the agenda will be limited to 20 minutes. IX. REPORTS (Discussion & Action) A. Board President B. Student Council C. Athletic Director - update on Athletic Department, including winter sports and filling of Girls JV Basketball coaching position D. Principal Report – update on Hope Survey recent activities including state assessments and student apparel request E. Superintendent Report: 1) Child Care – update on Eagles Nest Child Care development including State inspection, staffing and other opening of center activities, including considering approval of employment items 2) Charter School – update on January 10 Governance Board Meeting, and review of Eagles Academy Draft Contract 3) CESA 12 – update by Brad Hunter on recent CESA 12 Board meeting 4) Human Growth & Development Advisory Committee – update on January 13 meeting 5) School Forest – update and consider possible harvesting of some acreage 6) Budget Brief – ongoing update on budget and school finance issues 7) COVID Relief Funds – update on various COVID Funds 8) COVID – updates regarding onsite testing, recent case history, review and consider changes to COVID Plan 9) Spring Election – update on election and candidate filing 10) Facilities Committee – update on January 6 meeting and Maintenance Plan update 11) Foundation – update on January meeting 12) Fab Lab – update on new Plasma Cutter 13) Wall of Honor – update on January 15 deadline for nominations 14) Safety Training – update on training, safety drills and School Safety Improvement Team 15) New Paradigm Partners – update on Washington DC workshop through Drug Free Schools & Communities Grant 16) GED Bootcamp – update on cosponsored GED Bootcamp starting Feb. 21 17) Others as Appropriate X. OLD BUSINESS: XI. NEW BUSINESS: XII. CLOSED SESSION - consider motion pursuant to s. 19.85 (1) (c) and (f) for the purpose of discussing: 1) Employment Matters and 2) Administrator contracts XIII. ADJOURNMENT OF MEETING - consider motion to adjourn (Jan. 14, 2022) WNAXLP 22925
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION City of Superior April 5, 2022 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a special election has been ordered by the Common Council to be held in the City of Superior, State of Wisconsin, on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 to fill the remaining term, expiring April 17, 2023, due to a resignation effective November 30, 2021. ALDERPERSON DISTRICT 8 Craig Sutherland NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that the first day to circulate nomination papers is Friday, December 1, 2021, and the final day for filing nomination papers is 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 4, 2022. Candidates file with the City of Superior Clerk. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that if a primary is necessary, the primary will be held on Tuesday, February 15, 2022. Done in the City of Superior, this 16th day of November, 2021. Camila Ramos, City Clerk (Jan. 14, 2021) WNAXLP 22898
1. ADVERTISEMENT TO BID CITY OF SUPERIOR SEEKING BIDS FOR THE Barker’s Island SOGL Site Improvements Project 1.1 Sealed Bids Sealed bids will be received by the City of Superior at 1316 North 14th Street - 2nd Floor, Suite 200, Attn: Contract Analyst, Superior, WI 54880. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. 1.2 Bid Opening Date: Tuesday, February 15, 2022 Bid Opening Time: 2:00 p.m. Bid Project: The City of Superior is requesting sealed bids from qualified contractors for the project on Barker’s Island, Superior, Wisconsin. The work under this project shall consist of hard and softscape surface removals, earthwork/grading activities, and the installation of geocell pervious ramp, pervious pavers, concrete curb and gutter, storm sewer catch basin, perforated drain pipe with outlet structures, concrete paving, porous asphalt, pavement marking, electrical site lighting, seed, rock mulch, native vegetation and associated landscaping as necessary to complete the work as described in the plans and specifications. This project is partially grant funded by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Fish Nation Fish and Wildlife Foundation through the Sustain Our Great Lakes program. There is a MANDATORY pre-bid meeting February 1, 2022. All bids must be prepared on the form provided and submitted in accordance to the Instructions to Bidder. Specifications may be obtained through the internet at www.DemandStar.com, via the City of Superior’s web page, or by phoning DemandStar, at 1-800-711-1712. Bidding documents may be viewed at the City of Superior, 1316 North 14th Street - 2nd Floor, Superior, Wisconsin (darwinj@ci.superior.wi.us), the Minnesota Builders Exchange (mbex.org), Builders Exchange of Wisconsin (bxwi.com) and LaCrosse Builders Exchange (laxbx.com). Bid security in the amount of five percent (5%) of the bid must accompany each bid in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders. The contractor shall submit a list of its subcontractors as a part of the proposal, which list shall not be added to or altered without the written consent of the City of Superior, and as specified in 66.0901 Wisconsin Statutes. The City of Superior encourages the participation of women and minority owned businesses. The City of Superior reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive irregularities, or to accept such bids, as in the opinion of the City, will be in its best interests. Todd Janigo, Director of Public Works, Linda Cadotte, Director of Parks, Recreation & Forestry (Jan. 14, 21 & 28, 2022) WNAXLP 22861

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STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT DOUGLAS COUNTY Plaintiff: MINNESOTA POWER JACK’S PLACE 1923 Tower Avenue Superior, WI 54880 -vs- Defendant(s) JOSHUA KAGIE 1517 Grand Avenue Superior, WI 54880 Publication Summons and Notice (Small Claims) Case No. 21 SC 1330 Publication Summons and Notice of Filing TO THE PERSON(S) NAMED ABOVE AS DEFENDANT(S): You are being sued by the person(s) named above as Plaintiff(s). A copy of the claim has been sent to you at your address as stated in the caption above. The lawsuit will be heard in the following small claims court: DOUGLAS County Courthouse 715-395-1203 Courtroom/Room Number: 301 1313 Belknap St. Superior, WI 54880 on the following date and time: Date: February 3, 2022 Time: 2:30 p.m. If you do not attend the hearing, the court may enter a judgment against you in favor of the person(s) suing you. A copy of the claim has been sent to you at your address as stated in the caption above. A judgment may be enforced as provided by law. A judgment awarding money may become a lien against any real estate (property) you own now or in the future, and may also be enforced by garnishment or seizure of property. You may have the option to Answer without appearing in court on the court date by filing a written Answer with the clerk of court before the court date. You must send a copy of your Answer to the Plaintiff(s) named above at their address. You may contact the clerk of court at the telephone number above to determine if there are other methods to answer a Small Claims complaint in that county. Date: 1/06/2022 Attorney Max T. Lindsey 715-682-9114 Attorney’s State Bar Number: 1112865 Anich, Wickman & Lindsey, S.C. 220 Sixth Avenue West P.O. Box 677 Ashland, WI 54806 (Jan. 14, 21 & 28, 2022) WNAXLP 22745
PROCEEDINGS OF THE REGULAR COMMON COUNCIL MEETING SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN Tuesday, January 4, 2022 The Regular Meeting of the Common Council was called to order by Mayor Jim Paine at 6:31 p.m. in the Government Center, Board Room 201. 1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 2. ROLL CALL Present: Nick Ledin, Jenny Van Sickle, Jack Sweeney, Brent Fennessey, Tylor Elm (via teleconference), Ruth Ludwig, Keith Kern, Lindsey Graskey – 9 Absent: Warren Bender Also Present: Mayor Paine, City Attorney Prell, City Clerk Ramos 3. PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLIC HEARINGS 3.1 Northwest Community Services Agency Presentation by Chief Executive Officer Millie Rounsville 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 4.1 December 21, 2021 - Regular Council Meeting MOTION by Councilor Ludwig, seconded by Councilor Pierce and carried, to approve. 5. CORRESPONDENCE TO BE FILED (No action) 6. MAYOR’S REPORT 6.1 Report from Mayor Paine 6.2 Mayor Paine recommends the approval of Amendment I to the Shared Services Agreement with Douglas County for an Office Assistant II position. MOTION by Councilor Ludwig, seconded by Councilor Fennessey and carried, to approve. 7.STANDING COMMITTEE REPORTS 7.1 Human Resources Committee (Meeting held December 20, 2021) Report from the Vice-Chair Van Sickle. RECOMMENDATIONS: 1. Approve request to increase Crossing Guard wage. 2.Increase one current part-time Police Records Clerk to full-time (effective Jan.1, 2022) 3.Create a new full-time Community Services Officer position and move current part-time Police Records Clerk into that position (effective Jan.1, 2022) MOTION by Councilor Van Sickle, seconded by Councilor Sweeney and carried, to approve. 7.2Public Works Committee (No meeting to report) 7.3Finance Committee (No meeting to report) 7.4 Licenses and Fees Committee (No meeting to report) 7.5 Public Safety Committee (No meeting to report) 7.6 Committee of the Whole Meeting (No meeting to report) 8. SPECIAL COMMITTEE REPORTS 8.1 REPORTS WITH RECOMMENDATIONS 8.2 REPORTS SANS RECOMMENDATIONS 8.2.1 Liability Claims Committee (Meeting held November 16, 2021) 8.2.2Plan Commission (Meeting held December 15, 2021) No report from the Chair. 8.2.3 Human Trafficking Task Force Commission (Meeting held December 17, 2021) No report from the Chair. 9.OLD BUSINESS 9.1 PARKS, RECREATION & FORESTRY DIRECTOR CADOTTE recommending investing in SWL&P’s Community Solar Garden Project (20 blocks), for a total NTE $65,000.00. MOTION by Councilor Ledin, seconded by Councilor Elm, to approve (12-21-21 mtg). MOTION TO POSTPONE until next Common Council meeting by Councilor Sweeney, seconded by Councilor Kern and carried. 10. NEW BUSINESS 10.1 CITY CLERK RAMOS recommending approval of miscellaneous licenses. MOTION by Councilor Kern, seconded by Councilor Graskey and carried, to approve. 11. BUSINESS BY PUBLIC Meeting adjourned at 6:55 p.m. Respectfully submitted, Camila Ramos, City Clerk Superior, Wisconsin (Jan. 14, 2022) 22703
INITIAL RESOLUTION OF THE VILLAGE OF OLIVER VACATING AND DISCONTINUING CERTAIN STREETS/ ALLEYS Nature of Hearing WHEREAS, the following described streets/alleys in the Village of Oliver, Wisconsin are platted and it is deemed necessary, and in the public interest to vacate said streets/alleys pursuant to Section 66.1003(4) of the Wisconsin Statutes; and WHEREAS, the Village of Oliver has recommended the vacating of said streets/alleys; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the public interest requires that the following described streets/alleys located within the Village of Oliver be vacated and discontinued, subject to all utility and sewer easements and usages existing thereon, and future construction and maintenance rights and access for all utility and sewer easements, including access rights incidental to such easements and usages: 1. Streets/ Alleys vacated A. Vacate that portion of Kingston A venue between Harding Street and Carnegie Street, Block 24 and Block 25, Carnegie Division. B. The legal description of the lots which are affected by the proposed vacation are as follows: (i) OL-165-00554-00 - Lots 1-26 inclusive, Block 24, Carnegie Central Division, Section 12, Township 48N, Range 15, and vacated alley in Volume 631, page 739. (ii) OL-165-00561-00 - Lots 1-7 inclusive, Block 25, Carnegie Central Division, Section 12, Township 48N, Range 15, and vacated alley in Volume 631, page 739. (iii) OL-165-00565-00 - Lot 23, Block 25, Carnegie Central Division, Section 12, Township 48N, Range 15, and vacated alley in Volume 631, page 739. (iv) OL-165-00566-00 - Lots 24-26, Block 25, Carnegie Central Division, Section 12, Township 48N, Range 15, and vacated alley in Volume 631, page 739. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a public hearing on this resolution will be held by the Village Board at Oliver, Wisconsin, on the 22nd day of February, 2022 in the Village Hall, Oliver, Wisconsin, and that notice of said hearing was given to all interested persons in the manner provided by law. PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 28th day of December, 2021. VILLAGE OF OLIVER BY: /s/ Gary Abraham, President ATTEST: Julie Abraham, Village Clerk Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28th day of Dec. 2021. /s/ Cathy M. Miller Notary Public, Douglas County, Wisconsin My Commission: Expires 6-9-2025 TIDS INSTRUMENT WAS DRAFTED BY: Stephen J. Olson Maki, Ledin, Bick & Olson, S.C. 1109 Tower Avenue Superior, WI 54880 715-394-4471 (Jan. 14, 21 & 28, 2022) 22679 WNAXLP
INITIAL RESOLUTION OF THE VILLAGE OF OLIVER VACATING AND DISCONTINUING CERTAIN STREETS/ALLEYS Nature of Hearing WHEREAS, the following described streets/alleys in the Village of Oliver, Wisconsin are platted and it is deemed necessary, and in the public interest to vacate said streets/alleys pursuant to Section 66.1003(4) of the Wisconsin Statutes; and WHEREAS, the Village of Oliver has recommended the vacating of said streets/alleys; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the public interest requires that the following described streets/alleys located within the Village of Oliver be vacated and discontinued, subject to all utility and sewer easements and usages existing thereon, and future construction and maintenance rights and access for all utility and sewer easements, including access rights incidental to such easements and usages: 1. Streets/ Alleys vacated A. Vacate that portion of Grand A venue between Lots 16-18, Block 30 and Lots 28-30, including vacated alley, Block 31, Oliver Central Division. B. The legal description of the lots which are affected by the proposed vacation are as follows: (i) OL-165-01557-00 -Lots 12-17 inclusive, Block 30, Oliver Central Division, Section 12, Township 48N, Range 15. (ii) OL-165-01558-00 - Lot 18, Block 30, Oliver Central Division, Section 12, Township 48N, Range 15. (iii) OL-165-01582-00 - Lots 29 and 30, Block 31, Oliver Central Division, Section 12, Township 48N, Range 15. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a public hearing on this resolution will be held by the Village Board at Oliver, Wisconsin, on the 22nd day of February, 2022 in the Village. Hall, Oliver, Wisconsin, and that notice of said hearing was given to all interested persons in the manner provided by law. PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 28th day of December, 2021. VILLAGE OF OLIVER BY: /s/ Gary Abraham, President ATTEST: /s/ Julie Abraham, Village Clerk Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28 day of December, 2021. /s/ Notary Public, Douglas County, Wisconsin My Commission: Permanent TIDS INSTRUMENT WAS DRAFTED BY: Stephen J. Olson Maki, Ledin, Bick & Olson, S.C. 1109 Tower Avenue Superior, WI 54880 (715) 394-4471 (Jan. 14, 21 & 28, 2022) 22638 WNAXLP

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STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, DOUGLAS COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE NAME CHANGE OF Sydney Page Rosenbaum By (Petitioner): Sydney Page Rosenbaum Notice and Order for Name Change Hearing Case No. 2022-CV-5 NOTICE IS GIVEN: A Petition was filed asking to change the name of the person listed above: From: Sydney Page Rosenbaum To: Sydney Page Cannon Birth Certificate: Sydney Page Rosenbaum IT IS ORDERED: This Petition will be heard in the Circuit Court of Douglas County, State of Wisconsin: Judge’s Name: Honorable Kelly J. Thimm Place: Douglas County Courthouse, 1313 Belknap Street, Suite 303 Date: March 7, 2022 Time: 11:30 a.m. If you require reasonable accommodations due to a disability to participate in the court process, please call 715-395-1203 prior to the scheduled court date. Please note that the court does not provide transportation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED: Notice of this hearing shall be given by publication as a Class 3 notice for three (3) weeks in a row prior to the date of the hearing in the Superior Telegram a newspaper published in Douglas County, State of Wisconsin. DATE SIGNED: January 6, 2022 Electronically signed by Kelly J. Thimm Circuit Court Judge (Jan. 14, 21 & 28, 2022) WNAXLP 22442
STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, DOUGLAS COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE NAME CHANGE OF Sawyer Daniel Rivord By (Petitioner) Sydney Page Rosenbaum Notice and Order for Name Change Hearing Case No. 2022-CV-5 NOTICE IS GIVEN: A Petition was filed asking to change the name of the person listed above: From: Sawyer Daniel Rivord To: Sawyer Daniel Cannon Birth Certificate: Sawyer Daniel Rivord IT IS ORDERED: This Petition will be heard in the Circuit Court of Douglas County, State of Wisconsin: Judge’s Name: Honorable Kelly J. Thimm Place: Douglas County Courthouse, 1313 Belknap Street, Suite 303 Date: March 7, 2022 Time: 11:30 a.m. If you require reasonable accommodations due to a disability to participate in the court process, please call 715-395-1203 prior to the scheduled court date. Please note that the court does not provide transportation. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED: Notice of this hearing shall be given by publication as a Class 3 notice for three (3) weeks in a row prior to the date of the hearing in the Superior Telegram a newspaper published in Douglas County, State of Wisconsin. DATE SIGNED: January 6, 2022 Electronically signed by Kelly J. Thimm Circuit Court Judge (Jan. 14, 21 & 28, 2022) WNAXLP 22440
NOTICE OF INTENT TO APPOINT NORTHWOOD TECHNICAL COLLEGE DISTRICT BOARD MEMBERS Notice is hereby given that applications are being accepted for three positions on the Northwood Technical College District Board from individuals residing in the following regions of the Northwood Technical College District: • Region 1 (Ashland, Bayfield, and Douglas Counties, and portions of Iron County—excludes Iron County towns of Mercer and Sherman) • Region 2 (Barron, Rusk, and Sawyer Counties) • Region 3 (Burnett, Polk, and Washburn Counties) • Region 4 (portions of St. Croix County—excludes portions of the city of River Falls and the village of Spring Valley) Equal consideration is given to the general population distribution within the Northwood Technical College District, as well as to the distribution of women and minorities within the district. According to the Wisconsin Technical College System, this has been interpreted to mean that members of each gender (male/female) must hold at least three positions on the District Board. If the district’s minority population exceeds 6.5%, at least one minority must hold a position on the District Board. Northwood Technical College’s minority population is 8.4% and one minority representative is currently serving. Board members must live in the district and are selected for member positions (regions) based on the county in which they live, not the county in which they own a business. No two members of the Northwood Technical College District Board may be officials of the same governmental unit, nor may any district board member be a member of the school board which employs the School District Administrator member. No region will have less than one member and no more than four members on the District Board. Openings Appointments will be made for the following three positions in accordance with the Plan of Representation, which specifies categories of membership as well as geographic areas of representation within the district. Board members are not paid, except for expenses incurred in the performance of their duties. These Board positions will commence on or about July 1, 2022, upon certification by the Wisconsin Technical College System Board, with 3-year terms ending on June 30, 2025. • Employee Member • Employer Member • Additional Member EMPLOYEE MEMBER: You receive payment for work performed but do not qualify as an Employer using the definition described below. An officer or agent of a labor organization automatically qualifies as an Employee. EMPLOYER MEMBER: You must receive earnings as payment for your service and possess the power to hire, transfer, suspend, layoff, recall, promote, discharge, assign, reward, or discipline other employees or adjust employee grievances or effectively recommend such action if in connection with the exercise of such power the person exercises independent judgment in relation to the power. An Employer does not include a person acting in the capacity of officer or agent of a labor organization. At the time of their appointment, employers also must be actively engaged in business and employ others. An ADDITIONAL MEMBER is defined as someone who resides in the district. A notarized affidavit (application), along with up to a one-page single-spaced statement describing reasons for seeking an appointment to the Board, must be received at the address below no later than 4 p.m., on Monday, January 31, 2022. Applicants must attend the public hearing of the District Board Appointment Committee on Monday, March 7, 2022, at 2 p.m., at Northwood Technical College, Rice Lake Campus, 1900 College Drive, Rice Lake, WI 54868, and provide at least two (2) letters of recommendation supporting the individual’s candidacy to the Northwood Technical College District Board before being interviewed at the scheduled public meeting. No additional names will be accepted from the floor at the time of the Appointment Committee meeting. Please mail a notarized affidavit/application, statement, and any other materials to: Mr. David Peterson, Chair District Board Appointment Committee Northwood Technical College, Rice Lake Campus 1900 College Drive Rice Lake, WI 54868 A Board Appointment affidavit/application form and instructions may be obtained on the Northwood Technical College Board Appointment website at https://www.northwoodtech.edu/about/leadership/board-of-trustees/board-responsibilities, or by contacting: Deanna Corry Board Appointment Committee Liaison Northwood Technical College, Rice Lake Campus 1900 College Drive Rice Lake, WI 54868 Telephone: 715-788-7136 E-mail: deanna.corry@northwoodtech.edu A second legal notice announcing the public hearing and committee meeting and all applicant names will be published in mid-February 2022. (Jan. 14, 2022) WNAXLP 22059
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The regular Annual Meeting of the Shareholders of the Superior Savings Bank will be held at 1130 Tower Ave, in the City of Superior, County of Douglas and State of Wisconsin, on the 17th day of January, 2022, at 10:00 o’clock a.m., for the purpose of the election of Directors, and for the transaction of such other and further business as may properly come before each meeting. Agenda Report by President Report by Treasurer Election of Directors, terms expiring Dated at Superior, Wisconsin, this 31st day of December, 2021. /s/ Dawn M. Staples President (Jan. 7, 2022) WNAXLP 20372
PROCEEDINGS OF THE DOUGLAS COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Thursday, December 16, 2021, 6:00 p.m., Board Room, Second Floor, Government Center 1316 North 14th Street, Superior, Wisconsin Meeting called to order by Chairman Mark Liebaert. Pledge of Allegiance recited. Roll call taken by County Clerk Susan Sandvick. There were 16 Present, 5 Absent. Absent – Glazman, Raunio, Lear, Ryan, Long. Motion by Pomush, second Hendrickson, to approve the November 10 and 18, 2021, meeting minutes. Motion carried. CORRESPONDENCE Two items of correspondence were either received and placed on file or referred to the appropriate committee. PUBLIC COMMENT Motion by Liebaert, second Allen, to refer public comment on Amendment to Ordinance 8.0, Zoning Ordinance (McNeil rezoning request), to take place during discussion on the ordinance. Motion carried. No other public comment. ORDINANCES Amendment to Ordinance #8.0, Zoning Ordinance, presented by the Zoning Committee. Motion by Liebaert, second Bergman, to defer to January County Board meeting to allow the Zoning Department to have a reasonable opportunity to ascertain and report to the board as to the authenticity of the ownership statements contained in the Protest filed with the County Clerk pursuant to Section 59.69(5)(e)5g of the Wisconsin Statutes. No public comment allowed due to referral motion. Roll call vote taken and passed with 15 – Yes, 1 – No, 5 – Absent. Voting no – Baker. Absent – Glazman, Raunio, Lear, Ryan, Long. Amendment to Ordinance #8.0, Zoning Ordinance, presented by the Zoning Committee. Motion by Bergman, second Hendrickson, to adopt. Motion carried. RESOLUTIONS #63-21: Resolution by the Land and Development Committee recommending land sales. Motion by Allen, second Jaques, to adopt. Motion carried. #64-21: Resolution by the Land and Development Committee recommending amendment to Land Donation Policy. Motion by Allen, second Luostari, to adopt. Motion carried. #65-21: Resolution by Supervisors on the Health and Human Services Board supporting the efforts of the Douglas County Sex Trafficking Response Team and the City of Superior Human Trafficking Task Force Commission. Motion by Allen, second Hendrickson, to adopt. Motion by Allen, second Pomush, to amend resolution and sponsor from entire County Board. Motion carried. Motion to adopt as amended, carried. #66-21: Resolution by Supervisors on the Health and Human Services Board requesting elimination of Badger Care eligibility cliff. Motion by Jaques, second Slay, to adopt. Anna Carlson, Health and Human Services Director, clarified support of resolution and its meaning. Motion carried. #67-21: Resolution by the Executive Committee and Supervisor Jaques recommending use of $10,000 from American Rescue Plan Act funding for COVID-19 positive homeless sheltering. Motion by Allen, second Pomush, to adopt. Motion by Hendrickson, second Bergman, to amend resolution and sponsor from entire County Board. Motion carried. Motion to adopt as amended, carried. #68-21: Resolution by Supervisor Liebaert authorizing Douglas County to enter into the settlement agreements regarding opioid litigation. Motion by Hendrickson, second Pomush, to adopt. Motion by Allen, second Hendrickson, to amend resolution and sponsor from entire County Board. Motion carried. Carolyn Pierce, Corporation Counsel, spoke on opioid litigation, explaining settlement documents. 70 counties and 11 cities in Wisconsin included in settlement agreements; Douglas County anticipating to receive $1.5 million. Motion to adopt as amended, carried. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR REPORT: Written report reviewed. COUNTY BOARD CHAIR REPORT: Photos in Government Center walkway donated by Doug Finn; Forestry Department encountering timber contract issues. Superior Days will be held February 22 and 23rd as a small concentrated effort. Executive Committee met to discuss virtual attendance policy; appointment needed for Non-profit Funding Policy Work Group. APPOINTMENTS: None. COMMITTEE REPORTS: Clark – Senior Connections; Employee Relations Committee; Security and Facilities Committee. Jaques – Administration Committee; Health and Human Services Board. Hendrickson – Extension, Education and Recycling Committee. APPROVAL OF BILLS AND CLAIMS: Motion by Jaques, second Borgeson, to approve. Motion carried. ADJOURNMENT: Motion by Pomush, second Allen, to adjourn. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned at 6:42 p.m. Submitted by, Susan T. Sandvick, Douglas County Clerk (Jan. 14, 2022) 17074
STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, DOUGLAS COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Eleanor Oexemann Amended Notice to Creditors (Informal Administration) Case No. 21-PR-118 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. An application for informal administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth 4/29/1930 and date of death 11/8/2021, was domiciled in Douglas County, State of Wisconsin, with a mailing address of c/o Twin Ports Guardianship & Payee Services, Inc., 69 N. 28th Street, Superior, WI 54880. 3. All interested persons waived notice. 4. The deadline for filing a claim against the decedent’s estate is 4-18-2022. 5. A claim may be filed at the Douglas County Courthouse, 1313 Belknap Street, Wisconsin, Room 304. Form completed by: Suzanne M. Blank 1109 Tower Avenue Superior, WI 54880 Telephone: 715-394-4471 Bar Number: 1008930 DATE SIGNED: January 3, 2022 Electronically signed by Jaime L. McMeekin Probate Registrar (Jan. 7, 14 & 21, 2022) WNAXLP 21054
REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING School District of Maple District Conference Room, #2270 at Northwestern High School Monday, January 10, 2022 – 5:00 p.m. This meeting is a meeting of the Board of Education in public for the purpose of conducting the School District’s business and is not to be considered a public community meeting. There is a time for public comments during the meeting as indicated in the agenda. AGENDA 1. Call to order, roll call, and Pledge of Allegiance. 2. Report on how the public was notified. 3. Approval of the January 10, 2022 agenda open and executive sessions. 4. Consent Agenda: a. December 13, 2021 regular board meeting minutes. b. Treasurer’s Report. c. Payment of Invoices. d. Resignation(s)/Retirement/Employment 5. Approval Items: a. Choir Tour – Remove from Table Due to Cancellation. b. Request from Darren Nyhus, FFA Advisor and two (2) students would like to attend the overnight field trip to the 2022 Halftime Leadership Conference in Stevens Point, Wisconsin on January 14-15, 2022. c. Request from Anna Haskins and Crystal Esselstrom, Co-Danceline Coaches to attend the overnight Regional Dance Competition in Hudson, WI on January 28-29, 2022. d. Open Enrollment Policy - Space Availability e. Contract Adjustments f. Policies: Policy Revisions: Bylaws: 0100-Definitions; 0143-Authority of Individual Board Members, 0144.2-Board Member Ethics-Delete, 0144.3-Conflict of Interest, 0144.5-Board member Behavior and Code of Conduct, 0145-Board Member Anti-Harassment, 0167.3-Public Comment at Board Meetings, 0171.1-President, 0174.2-School Performance Report-Delete No. 1130/3230/4230 – Ethics and Conflict of Interest No. 1210 – Board-District Administrator Relationship No. 1422/3122/4122 – Nondiscrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity No. 1422.02/3122.02/4122.02 – Nondiscrimination Based on Genetic Information of the Employee No. 1623/3123/4123 – Section 504/ADA Prohibition Against Disability Discrimination in Employment No. 1662/3362/4362/5517 – Employee Anti-Harassment/Student Anti-Harassment No. 2240 – Controversial Issues in the Classroom No. 2260 – Nondiscrimination and Access to Equal Educational Opportunity No. 2260.01 – Section 504/ADA Prohibition Against Discrimination Based on Disability No. 2431 – Interscholastic Athletics No. 3170/4170 – Substance Abuse (Delete) No. 3215/4215/5512 – Use of Tobacco and Nicotine No. 3216/4216 – Staff Dress and Grooming No. 4162 – Controlled substance and Alcohol Policy for Employees that Transport Students No. 5112 – Entrance Age No. 5520 – Disorderly Conduct No. 6152 – Student Fees, Fines, and Charges No. 7434 – Use of Tobacco On School Premises No. 7440.01 – Video Surveillance and Electronic Monitoring No. 8500 – Food Services No. 9270 – Home-based, Private, or Tribal Schooling New: 1st Reading: No. 2700.01 – School Performance Reports and Accountability Report Cards No. 5500.01 – Conduct in Virtual Classroom 6. Administrative Report: a. Communications b. Liability and Property/Casualty Insurance c. School Board Verification of Election d. Maintenance Update e. Donations f. WASB Correspondence and Legislative Report 1) State Education Convention – January 19-21, 2022 2) 2022 Delegate Assembly g. CESA #12 Report h. Reports from Northwestern High School, Northwestern Middle School, Northwestern Elementary/Iron River Elementary Schools, Athletics and Activities Director, Director of Special Education and Student Board Representatives. i. Student, staff, and community recognition: Mike Goodlet-Meijer and the cast of “Bad Auditions by Bad Actors” received the “Critic’s Choice Award,” representing an elite level of achievement at the State Festival. Additionally, the production earned: Directing Award, Ensemble Award and Technical Theatre Award. Plus earning an Outstanding Acting Award: Sheila Gregerson-Gr. 11, Olivia Pangrac-Gr. 12, Ella Cain-Gr. 11 and Gilbert Torvinen-Gr. 12. 7. Comments from the audience. 8. Adjournment. (Jan. 7, 2022) WNAXLP 20847
ADVERTISEMENT TO BID Winter St. & Susquehanna Pond Maintenance Sealed bids will be received by the City of Superior, Public Works Department at 1316 North 14th Street - 2nd Floor, Suite 200, Superior, WI 54880. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the City offices as follows: Conference call-in attendance for bid opening will be available on Google Meet through the following: Telephone (US): +1 470 485 8879 PIN: 545588087 Bid Opening: Friday, January 28th, 2022, 2:00PM Bid Project: The work under this contract shall consist of excavating and removing accumulated sediment from a storm water treatment pond (area approx. 20,835 sq. ft.), re-shaping pond bottom to elevation shown on plans, modifying existing concrete outlet control structure, installing rip rap and erosion control measures, and all incidentals necessary to complete the work as shown on the plans and included in the proposal and contract. All bids must be prepared on the form provided and submitted in accordance to the Instructions to Bidder. Specifications may be obtained through the internet at www.DemandStar.com. Bidding documents may be viewed at the Public Works Office, Government Center, 1316 North 14th Street - 2nd Floor, Superior, Wisconsin (carpenterc@ci.superior.wi.us) and at the Minnesota Builders Exchange (mbex.org) and the Wisconsin Builders Exchange (bxwi.com). The contractor shall submit a list of its subcontractors as a part of its proposal, which list shall not be added to or altered without the written consent of the City of Superior, and as specified in 66.0901 Wisconsin Statutes. The City of Superior encourages the participation of women and minority owned businesses. The City of Superior reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive irregularities, or to accept such bids, as in the opinion of the City, will be in its best interests. Todd Janigo, Director of Public Works Steve Roberts, ES Director Public Works Environmental Services Division (Jan. 7, 14 & 21, 2022) WNAXLP 20807

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