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Do You Have Property Being Affected by the Huntley Wilmarth Project?
The Huntley-Wilmarth transmission line project has been approved, a route has been determined, and construction is set to begin in 2020. The Huntley-Wilmarth project will connect a fifty mile, 345 kilovolt (kV) transmission line from Excel […]
Huntley-Wilmarth Route Approved
On June 27, 2019 the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission approved the Huntley-Wilmarth transmission line project. The Commission voted in favor of the proposed purple route – including segments BB and L. Click HERE to view an […]
Slow-Poke Law Not an Invitation to Speed
Recent legislation effective August 1, 2019 prohibits driving by a non-emergency vehicle in the left-most lane on a multi-lane road unless you are actively passing a vehicle or preparing to take a left turn or exit. […]
Is it illegal to use your phone while driving in Minnesota?
Effective August 1, 2019, drivers in Minnesota will need to use hands-free devices if they want to talk on their mobile devices. The bill passed both the Minnesota House of Representatives and the Minnesota Senate, and […]
Fargo Moorhead Area Diversion Project
The Fargo Moorhead Diversion Project is a major flood control project intended to provide flood relief primarily to the Cities of Fargo and Moorhead. Unfortunately, this will come at the expense of others, including many rural […]
Can I Avoid Taxes by Moving to Another State?
Retirees often consider moving out of Minnesota to a state with warmer weather and beautiful scenery, but what they may not realize are the potential risks as well as the potential benefits associated with relocating out […]
St. Cloud Educational Rights Advocacy Council, Inc. v. Tim Walz, Governor, et al
To view the document please click below. St. Cloud Educational Rights Appeal
Can I Avoid Probate?
“I was talking with my friend and she said I had to have a Will in order to avoid probate.” This is a common misconception. In fact, if there is a Will in place when you […]
David Meyers Presents at the Torrens Workshop for the Minnesota County Recorders Association
Examiner of Titles, David Meyers, presented to the MCRA in St. Cloud on October 25, 2019. Below is the PowerPoint presentation. Please feel free to contact David with any questions. More Than Somewhat…Torrens (002) © 2019 […]
Are There Exceptions to Pre-Lien Notice Requirements?
Pre-Lien Notice is Necessary As we have discussed before, contractors, subcontractors, and material suppliers for a building improvement project should deliver to the property owner a pre-lien notice whenever they provide labor, skill, or material to […]