Nobles County sells one oddball property, has no bids for one more

WORTHINGTON — A 3,500-square-foot piece of land owned by Nobles County was offered Tuesday for $1,000 to Patricia Karl of Worthington, after a sealed bidding course of wherein she was the one bidder.

Each Karl’s newly bought parcel, situated within the Inexperienced Thumb Addition, and one other parcel up on the market that acquired no bids, the south 5 ft of Lot 7, Block 6 within the Cherry Level Park space, had been probably vacated alleyways that sooner or later could have been left off the property survey of one of many adjoining landowners.

County commissioners determined to promote each parcels in a sealed bid course of throughout an October assembly.

As there have been no bids for the Cherry Level Park parcel, which additionally appears to have a nook of a constructing on it from a neighboring property, county commissioners suggested Joyce Jacobs, Nobles County auditor-treasurer, to speak to the one that owns that constructing.

“I shall be doing that,” Jacobs stated.

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In different information Tuesday, the board:

  • Authorised a 2-year feedlot program delegation settlement with the Minnesota Air pollution Management Company, which describes the county’s plans, methods and objectives for the feedlot program.

  • Renewed its guardianship service settlement with Vicki Poier for $20 per hour plus mileage prices, with Lutheran Social Companies for $55 an hour plus mileage and with Prairie Assist Companies Guardianship for $27 per hour plus mileage.

  • Authorised an up to date settlement with Des Moines Valley Well being and Human Companies for a well being educator for Nobles County, which is supported with grants from the Statewide Well being Enchancment Program.

  • Renewed its partnership with the Minnesota Division of Agriculture to manage the Girls, Toddler and Youngsters (WIC) program within the county, which serves a median of 1,100 individuals month-to-month, with a grant of $237,000.

  • Authorised a contract with St. Cloud legal professional agency Rinke Noonan for helping the county with a property tax enchantment case.

  • Renewed a contract with Miriam Johnson/Godspeed Transcription by Miriam to help the Nobles County Lawyer’s Workplace help workers in assembly deadlines for preparation of instances.

  • Renewed a contract with Travis Smith and Kayla Johnson for appellate work and different particular prosecution duties for the Nobles County Lawyer’s Workplace.

  • Authorised a cost-sharing settlement for transportation of scholars in foster care in District 518.

  • Authorised a two-year settlement with the Minnesota Division of Transportation for snow elimination on Minnesota 264 and Nobles County 62.

  • Obtained the annual report on grownup safety and youngster help from Nobles County Neighborhood Companies.

  • Authorised an settlement for $30 per hour with Tammy Markus for certified residential therapy program evaluation companies for kids being thought-about for placement in residential therapy settings.

  • Authorised an auditing settlement with Clifton Larson Allen for $72,161 for the county’s 2021 audit.

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