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Bennett J. Montzka

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Attorney

Phone: (651) ***-****  HQ Phone
Montzka Legal Services
5305 East Viking Boulevard PO Box 307
Wyoming, Minnesota 55092
United States

Company Description: Comprehensive family law, estate planning, personal injury and civil litigation legal services. Call Montzka Legal Services at 651-462-4200.
Background

Employment History

  • Attorney At Law
    Montzka Legal Services
  • Attorney
    COUNTY
  • Commissioner
    COUNTY
  • Commissioner
    Chisago County Board
  • Chair
    Chisago County Board
  • District 4 Commissioner
    Chisago County Board
  • Chairman
    Chisago County Board of Commissioners
  • Commissioner
    Eric Peterson
  • Music Teacher
    The Music Connection

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    COUNTY

Education

  • M.A. degree
    University of Minnesota
  • B.A. Degree
    University of Minnesota
  • B.S. Degree
    University of Minnesota
  • J.D. Degree
    University of Minnesota
163 Total References
Web References
Welcome to Montzka Legal Services
www.montzkalegalservices.com, 16 Oct 2012 [cached]
Bennett J. Montzka Attorney at Law Montzka Legal Services 5305 East Viking Boulevard PO Box 307 Wyoming, MN 55092 Phone: 651.462.4200 Fax: 651.462.4444
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An attorney-client relationship is created only after Montzka Legal Services and/or Bennett J. Montzka agrees in writing to represent you. It is not created by you contacting or communicating with Montzka Legal Services and/or Bennett J. Montzka.
Commissioner Ben ...
wyomingforachange.com, 2 Oct 2012 [cached]
Commissioner Ben Montzka Work 651-462-4200, Home 651-464-8515 County Attorney 651-213-8400 Court Administration 651-213-8650 Court Services/Probation 651-213-8350 Heartland Express 763-689-8131
Anderson: Montzka failed to act on city's behalf
www.forestlaketimes.com, 7 June 2006 [cached]
Anderson: Montzka failed to act on city's behalf
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In last weeks FL Times, County Board Member, Ben Montzka wrote as a guest columnist questioning my memory regarding reimbursement of Wyoming's contribution to the Chisago County SWAT Team.
I've decided to respond and set the record straight.On April 4th, 2006, the Wyoming City Council authorized a member of our police department to join the Chisago County SWAT Team, during discussion, a council member suggested donating $500 for extra training munitions.
I opposed the idea and suggested contacting Commissioner Montzka to seek additional funding for the SWAT Team and hold him accountable for seeing that the team is properly funded.A member of the media contacted Montzka and passed along to him my concerns.
Several days later, Montzka called me and asked me about my statements and what he could do for me.
Since the training of an officer only serves to benefit the entire county, I spoke to him about my concerns and requested he seek reimbursement from the county board for the city of Wyoming's costs and additional training money for the entire team.
Montzka said he'd get back to me. On April 18th, prior to a ground breaking ceremony at Fairview Hospital, Montzka approached me and said he'd like to come before the Wyoming City Council and discuss all the things the sheriff's department already does for the city of Wyoming.I asked Montzka what his reason was for doing this.Montzka stated the sheriff and county administrator had some issues with reimbursement of my request for Wyoming's costs.
I advised Montzka that it would be an insult to think that the council and I didn't know what services the sheriff's department provides the city.Sheriff Rivard and his deputies have and will continue to provide quality and professional law enforcement services to Wyoming and Chisago County.Rivard has been proactive and always available to assist our police department.
It was apparent Montzka would not take the request before the county board.I told him I would take care of this matter on my own and wouldn't need his assistance any further.
After the ceremony, I had lunch with Commissioners Robinson and Gustafson and told them of my frustration with Montzka.They both advised me to send a request to the county board.
Needless to say, after my letter reached the county board, action was taken and training costs incurred by Wyoming will be reimbursed.
Apparently, Montzka is disappointed with my letter to the county board so much so, that Montzka told a member of the Wyoming Town Board my letter may be lible and forwarded him a copy for his viewing pleasure.The letter is public record and I stand behind everything written.
I remember when Montzka couldn't get $5000 to keep our newly built library open and we lived with the possibility of shortening the hours of our library right after the grand opening.
I remember over the last two years that $14.5 million in road improvements were and are being made in Chisago County.Unless you drive on the shoulder of CR-30 (old US-61) between Wyoming and Stacy, you will not notice a difference in the roads in District 4, Commissioner Montzka's district, our district.
I remember Montzka doing nothing over the last 16 months in offering assistance or fighting for the mutual annexation agreement between the city and Wyoming Township.
It saddens me that Montzka has sat on the sidelines while our communities spend thousands of dollars in additional legal fees to fight off Stacy and Chisago City in their attempt to make a land grab.
Now I'll remember if I need help, assistance or funding, I'll take my request directly to the Chisago County Board, not Montzka.
Wyoming Town Board hears police update
www.forestlaketimes.com, 17 May 2006 [cached]
County Commissioner Ben Montzka was present at the Wyoming Town Board meeting May 9th to explain the proposal from the County to purchase mobile data computer systems for city squad cars and reimburse the city for initial training, equipment and uniform expenses related to an officer's participation with the county's SWAT team.
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Commissioner Montzka reminded the audience that this will involve heavy rail, not light rail, and said he was told the project might not get started for another twenty years.
Chisago County Commissioner, Ben ...
forestlaketimes.com, 13 June 2012 [cached]
Chisago County Commissioner, Ben Montzka, Stacy, filed for reelection to a fourth term as county commissioner. Montzka is the board's senior member where he represents Wyoming and Stacy.
"This is the fourth year in a row Chisago County has not raised the tax levy," Montzka said. "By working with our unions and employees, we have been able to accomplish this without a significant loss in services to residents."
Montzka grew up in Wyoming and has a law practice there. Montzka, his wife, Emily, and their three children have a hobby farm in Stacy. Besides Montzka's law degree, he holds degrees in music education and piano and was a music teacher at The Music Connection in Forest Lake. While in office, Montzka completed a master's degree in public affairs. He can be reached at montzka@aol.com, or www.benmontzka.com.
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