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Public Notices/Lega/s 00aoe The Tyler Tribute, Thursday, August 29, Public Notices q hese Three Amigos Face "'Because The People Must Know" Uphill Battle In Election Public Notice Public Notice Public Hearing NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REQUEST FOR CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Tyler, Minnesota, will hold a public hearing at its regular City Council meeting on September 9, 2002, at 7:05 p.m. at the Tyler Fire Hall to discuss a request for a Conditional Use Permit for the placement of a manufac- tured home at the property located on Kaye Street. 12,13x Public Notice PUBLIC NOTICES -, '  Itlt Public Notice PUBLIC NOTICE Due to the Labor Day Holiday, the Tyler City Council Meeting will be resched- uled to Monday, September 9, 2002, at 7:00 p.m., at the Tyler Fire Hall. 12,13x Public Hearing NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The City of Tyler will hold a Public Hearing to receive comments on the grant request to the USDA Rural Development. The Public Hearing will be on Monday, September 9, 2002, at 7:05 p.m., at the Tyler Fire Hall. 12,13x Big Stone Wetland Management District Open House Set For Sept. 5 At Ivanhoe The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Ser- vice (Service) has completed the Draft Comprehensive Conservation Plan for Wetland Management Dis- tricts in Minnesota and will now be accepting public comment through a series of open houses. The Big Stone Wetland Manage- ment District which covers Lyon and Lincoln Counties will host an open house on Thursday, Sept. 5th at the assembly room of the courthouse in lvanhoe between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Other Wetland Management Districts cov- ered by this planning effort are Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls, Mor- ris, Litchfield and Windom. The Comprehensive Plan de- scribes how each District plans to address waterfowl production and the conservation of other fish, wild- life, and plant resources on the more than 800 Service-owned Waterfowl Production Areas (WPAs) and several thousand wet- land and habitat easements admin- istered by the Service in the Prairie Pothole Area of Minnesota. The Plan also outlines various public and management uses of WPAs through the inclusion of Compatibility De- terminations in the Appendix of each District's Comprehensive Plan. The time frame for Compre- hensive Plan implementation is the next 15 years. Since this effort was program- matic in nature, each District's Comprehensive Plan is similar in terms of background information, broad policies, goals and objectives, but will vary in specific strategies to reflect local conditions, needs and opportunities on each District respectively. A copy of each District's Comprehensive Plan or Summary Plan is available upon request or can be obtained at most libraries as well as the open house. The Service invites your com- ments by September 13, 2002. Comments may be received elec- tronically through the website /midwest.fws.gov/ planning.wmdtop.htm, by mail to Big Stone Wetland Management District, RR 1 Box 25, Odessa, MN 56276, or by visiting the managers at their open house locations. , The Service looks forward to receiving comments for the Plan as they build upon the important legacy of the Service's Wetland Management Districts in Minne- sota. '[D0 YOU Have I' S0metmng Drop it off at. BUILDING PRODUCTS HELP WANTED 151 North Tyler St. Mail it to us at: Box Q, Tyler, Mn 56178 Fax it to us at: 507-247-5502 E-mail it to us at: iribute@tylertribute, corn ,,. ,, THINK CLEARLY! 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The three are: Dave Hutcheson, running for State Auditor; Jim Moore, running for U.S. Senate; and Dean Alger, running for Sec- retary of State. Hutcheson said he probably has the easiest uphill climb. He is run- ning against several other candi- dates, but the incumbent, Judi Dutcher is not running again. "This leaves the field wide open," he said. Alger is running against an in- cumbent, Mary Kiffmeyer, as well as several others, but he feels he has a good chance in the election. He also said that he is far and away the best qualified candidate for the Secretary of State office. The third candidate probably has the toughest climb of all. Moore is running against two big names - DFL incumbent Senator Paul Wellstone and Republican Norm Coleman. Both are very well known and both are heavily financed. "It will be a $20 million campaign for them," Moore said. He will be way, way below that. But he also re- members when Wellstone beat a heavily favored and well-financed Rudy Boschwitz. Another Independence Party candidate, Tim Penny, is running for governor. He was not along on the trip to Tyler. But Moore, Hutcheson and Alger did talk about him also. They agreed that they like his chances quite a bit. "Tim has the experience and knowledge to be governor, and has d '] r:l :] i d [4 J: d l 4  h i-ff.N I i1 i :;'a i 1: i [ I ou have Medicare or I PI ate Insurance, you may be eligible to receive your DIABETIC i RESPIRATORY SUPPLIES such as Nebulizer Pumps & Nebulizer Medication, Albuterol, Ipratropium (Atrovent) & more AT NO COST TO YOUII For more information call DIABETIC SUPPLY PROGRAM TOLL FREE 1-888-466-2678 1 -888-4NO-OST (No HMO patients, please) an excellent chance to run," they said. That's because he is running against two legislators, they said. And because Governor Ventura has shown that an Independence can- didate can win. The three candidates in Tyler admitted that the Independence Party is not very strong in south- west Minnesota. "We don't have much party presence here," they said, and they wondered why. A brief sketch of each of the three candidates follows. Dave Hutcheson - Born and raised in Goodhue, MN, he served 21 years in the military and 15 years working for Honeywell and Hughes Aircraft. He's also been on the fac- ulty of the College of St. Benedict and St. John's University. He and his wife are moving from St. Joseph to North St. Paul. He wants to give the State Auditor's office a "fresh, non-par- tisan, common sense approach, and he's "not using the office as a step- ping stone to some higher office." Jim Moore is a commercial banker in the Twin Cities area. He has specialized in helping small and struggling companies get back on Independence candidates, Dave Hutcheson, Jim Moore and Dean Alger, in Tyler. their feet again. He believes that the private sector and government must work together to solve prob- lems. 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