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ORDINANCE NO. 01-2012AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CITY OF COKATOFEES AND PERMITS SCHEDULE FOR 2012
THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COKATO, WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA DOES ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS:
Section 1. Fees and Permits Schedule of the City of Cokato is amended to read:
CITY OF COKATO
FEES & PERMITS SCHEDULE
FEE CATEGORY AMOUNT
ADMINISTRATIVE
Fax $5.00
Copies per page $ .10
Copy of City Code $25.00
Copy of Zoning Ordinance $15.00
Copy of Subdivision Ordinance $15.00
Special Planning Commission Meeting $300.00 & actual expenses of Engineer or City Attorney etc.
Special Council Meeting Request $500.00 & actual expenses of Engineer or City Attorney etc.
Special Assessment Search $20.00 each request
LICENSES AND PERMITS
Animal License $5.00 annual
Boarding Per day (dogs/cats) Refer to Animal Control Contract
Merchants Peddlers License $25.00
Excavation Permit (utilities) $100.00 each request
Sign Permits $20.00
Pawn Broker License $200.00 annual
Second Hand Goods Dealer $25/$50 annual
Pawn & Second Hand $250.00 annual
Pawn/Second Hand Investigation $500.00
Consignment House $100.00 annual
Auction/Trader House $100.00 each (annual)
Precious Metals Dealer $150.00 annual
Adult Use License $1,500 annual
Adult Use License Investigation $1,500
Tattoo License $1,500 annual
Tattoo License Investigation $1,500
Body Piercing License $1,500 annual
Body Piercing License Investigation $1,500
Fire Works Permit $250.00
Fire Works Permit Investigation $250.00
Fence Permit $20.00
Liquor License
On Sale Intoxicating Liquor License $2,000
On Sale Intoxicating Liquor Club License $300
On Sale 3.2 Malt Liquor License $350
Temporary On Sale Intoxicating Liquor License $50
Temporary On Sale Malt Liquor License $50
On Sale Wine License $300
Off Sale Intoxicating Liquor License $200
Off Sale 3.2 Malt Liquor License $150
Consumption &Display Permit (set ups) $300
Three Day Charitable Organization of 2 Years /duration as Sponsor $50
Background Investigation Fee $500
FINES
Animal Fines (1st offense) Warning only
Subsequent Offenses $25.00 each
NSF Check Fine $20.00
Liquor – First Violation $200 Administrative
Liquor – Second Violatio $500 Administrative and one day suspension of license to be determined by the City Council
Liquor – Third Violation $1,000 Administrative and one week suspension of License
City Hall/Centennial Rental Fees
City Hall/Centennial Room Rental $75
Non Profit Civic Organizations $0
Damage Deposit for Use Rooms $150.00
AMBULANCE FEES
Aspirin $1.50
Nitro Spray $9.00
Albuteral $25.00
Atrovent $15.00
DuoNeb $30.00
Pediatric Acetaminophen (fever) $5.00
Epinephrine (Epi-Pen) $80.00
Blood Sugar Strips $15.00
Glucose $10.00
Glucogon $100.00
IV Supplies $55.00
Dextrose 5% 1000 mL $27.50
Normal Saline 1000 mL $25.00
EZ I.O. $120.00
Oxygen $25.00
CPAP $50.00
Combitube $75.00
Activated Charcoal $25.00
Ipecac $6.00
12 Lead ECG $20.00
4 Lead ECG $10.00
Defib Pads $65.00
Bag Valve Mask/Oxygen $45.00
Irrigation Saline $5.00
OB Kit $23.00
Gloves per EMT $6.00
Traction Splint $30.00
Cervical Collar $75.00
Misc Splints ( Back Board, SAM Splints, Vacuum Splints, Etc) $25.00
Mast Trousers $20.00
Disposable Supplies (Bandages, etc) $27.50
ResQpod $100.00
Suction Supplies $30.00
Mileage $10.50 Per Loaded Mile
Base Emergency $700.00
ALS Intercept $350.00
Auto Pulse Strap $120.00
Fire & Ambulance Department Fees
Accident Report Requests $20.00
(Insurance)
WATER/SANITARY SEWER UTILITY RATES
Water Base Rate: $29.00 per month, $348.00 pr year
Water No Meter: $37.82 per month
Meter Use Rate:
1-3000 gallons $2.94
3,001 – 10,000 gallons $3.92
10,001 – 50,000 gallons $4.90
50,001 – Total Used gallons $7.35
High Volume User Rate: 10 times the Base Rate plus the Meter Use Rate for the first 500,000 gallons usage and 25% or the Meter Use Rate for usage over 500,000 gallons per month.
Sewer Base Rate: $20.16 per month, $241.92 per year
Sewer No Meter: $28.67
Meter Use Rate:
1 – 3000 gallons $3.17
3001 – 10,000 gallons $4.23
10,001 – 50,000 gallons $5.28
50,001 – Total used gallons $7.92
Water Main Access Charge (WAC) $2,500.00-Suspended Residential, Commercial and Industrial Until December 2012
Water Disconnect Charge $50.00
Standard Water Meter (3/4inch) $175.00
Water Meter (1 inch) Actual Cost of Purchase from Supplier
Multi Family/Commercial etc. Refer to Resolution Adopted by the City Council
Utility Penalty 5% of unpaid balance per month
Sanitary Sewer Access Charge (SAC) $2,500.00-Suspend Residential, Commercial and Industrial Until December 2012
Multi Family/Commercial etc. Refer to Resolution 97-10 Adopted by the City Council
SPECIAL UTILITY CONNECTION CHARGES $2.500.00 each service
This charge is applicable to any extra-territorial user wishing to connect to the water and/or sewer facilities constructed and operated by the city where the City has had to extend a special service line to the property line for the hook up whether these facilities are located within or outside of the corporate limits of the city.
MISCELLANEOUS FEES
Weed Violation Mowing $75.00 per hour (Min. of 2 hours)
Mobile Home Move In Inspection $50.00
Curb Cut Inspection $20.00
Annual Hauling License $75.00 each
(Residential & Commercial)
Planning & Zoning Fees
Special Use Permit $175.00
Variance $175.00
Zero Lot $175.00
Lot Split $175.00
Rezoning $175.00
Site Plan Approval $175.00 (refer to subdivision)
Wetland Mitigation $275.00
Concept Plan Review $175.00
Street/Alley Vacation Request $200.00
House Relocation into the City $175.00
In addition to the above charges the city will be reimbursed by the applicant for all outside legal and administrative expenses in connection with the process.
TIF Modification (Private Reimbursement of City Attorney/Engineer City Administrative Actual Expenses
SUBDIVISION
Subdivision Minor (3 lots or less) $175.00
Subdivision (Preliminary Plat) $225.00 & $15.00 per lot
Subdivision (Final Plat) $250.00
In addition to the above charges the applicant for all outside legal, engineering and or administrative expenses will reimburse the city. For the preliminary plat, site plan, or concept plan application, a deposit of $5,000 for engineering, legal and administrative expenses is required. In addition, fees for land use and other applications must include the fee established by the schedule ordinance and or any unpaid fees from previous applications involving essentially the same property by the same or similar applicant.
Park Dedication Fee 10% cash of land value (refer to city ordinance)
Trunk Area Charge
Water $1,000 per acre
Sanitary Sewer $1,750 per acre
Development Fees
Annexation (all actual cost) $250.00 each petition plus all outside administrative, engineering or legal expenses reimbursed back to the city.
Utility Feasibility Study Reimbursement of all expenses of City Engineer or Attorney whether approved or not approved.
Administrative (Legal/Engineering) Negotiated within Developers Agreement to include the reimbursement of expenses with $10,000 deposit.
Mapping Updates Refer to Development Agreement as negotiated
Section 2. This ordinance shall become effective upon its adoption at the public hearing.
Adopted this 9th day of January, 2012.
/s/ Gordon W. Erickson, Mayor
/s/ Peggy L. Carlson, City Clerk
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch Jan. 16, 2012.
UNOFFICIAL SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES I.S.D. #466, BOARD OF EDUCATION 7:00 PM SPECIAL BOARD MEETING, MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2011 DIStRICT BOARD ROOM COKATO, MN
Pursuant to due call and notice thereof, a special meeting of the Board of Education of Independent School District No. 466 (Dassel-Cokato, Minnesota) was duly held in the District Board Room, Cokato, Minnesota, on Monday, December 12, 2011.
Board Chairman Kevin Bjork called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM.
The following members were present: Clemen, Tormanen, Bjork, Linder, McConkey and Bender. The following were absent: none. Members of the community and administration were also present.
The meeting began with the pledge of allegiance.
Motion by Linder, seconded by McConkey, accepting the agenda as printed. Motion carried unanimously.
Brient Pokornowski was recognized as the November Courtesy and Respect Award winner.
Business Manager Palmer gave the Truth in Taxation presentation.
Motion by Linder, seconded by Tormanen, ratifying contracts with the principals, Business Manager, and Community Education / Activities Director. Motion carried unanimously.
Being no further business the meeting adjourned at 7:45 PM
Irene Bender, Clerk
This document is available in the following formats upon request: Braille, Large Print, Audio Cassette Tape, and Computer Disk. Please call (320-286-4100) for more information or to request a copy.
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch Jan. 16, 2012.

UNOFFICIAL SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES I.S.D. #466, BOARD OF EDUCATION 7:00 PM REGULAR BOARD MEETING, NOVEMBER 21, 2011 DASSEL-COKATO BOARD ROOM
Pursuant to due call and notice thereof, a regular meeting of the Board of Education of Independent School District No. 466 (Dassel-Cokato, Minnesota) was duly held in the Dassel-Cokato Board Room, Cokato, Minnesota, on Monday, November 21, 2011.
Bjork called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM.
The following members were present: Clemen, Bender, McConkey, Linder, Tormanen and Bjork. The following were absent: none. Members of the administration and public were also present.
The meeting began with the pledge of allegiance.
Motion by McConkey, seconded by Bender, accepting the agenda as presented. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Clemen, seconded by Tormanen, approving payment of bills as presented including payroll, hand payables and contingency totaling $1,769,591.25. Motion carried unanimously. (A complete list of bills is available from the District Office for review.)
Communications/Open Forum: None
Curriculum Advisory Committee (CAC) Report: Linder reported on the 11/10 meeting which focused on several new course proposals from the high school.
Technology Report: None
MAWSECO Report: None
Community Education Report: McConkey reported on the November meeting which included ABE, ECFE, Budget, and Community Theatre.
Business Manager’s Report: None
Superintendent’s Report: Superintendent Powers reported on the new Campus Messenger system.
DCRISC: None
SEE: None
DC Trail Committee: Bender reported that the trail grant was finished and sent in.
Student Representative’s report: Representative Salden reported on: girls swimming, winter sports, Godspell, Chemical Awareness Week, Teacher Appreciation Week, Trimester end.
Motion by Linder, seconded by Clemen approving all consent items 9.1 through 9.4, which included approval of the minutes from the October 27, 2011 Regular Board Meeting.
Approval of wire transfers made on October 28th for $250,000, October 31st for $600,000, and November 15th for $200,000.
Personnel Items: Approval of Johanna Hanneman and Kim Johnson as JH Speech co-coaches,Patty Sterner as 7th grade girls basketball coach, Carol Lundeen as Volunteer 7th Grade Girls Basketball coach, Approve unpaid medical leave for MS Paraeducator Kari Anderson January 3, 2012 through March 21, 2012, Approve medical leave for MS Paraeducator Patsy Amundson December 12, 2011 through January 16, 2012 approximately, Approve Resignation of Kelly Krueger as Licensed School Nurse effective 11/30/2011, Approve Resignation of Cynthia Gruhlke as Dassel Elem Title I Paraeducator effective 11/17/2011, approval of 12 weeks FMLA for Stacey Doering beginning approximately March 25, 2012 for the birth of a child, approval of up to 8 weeks FMLA for Megan Chatterton beginning approximately March 18, 2012 for the birth of a child, Employment of Tracy Kraemer as Licensed School Nurse full time effective 12/1/2011, approve resignation of Judd Wheatley as a Football Coach, approve employment of Katie Hoppe as .25 FTE High School Math Instructor for Trimester II.
Acceptance of Donations from 3M – school supplies with an estimated value of $6,490 to Cokato Elementary; from Cokato American Legion - $200 to the School Patrol program at Cokato Elementary; from Cokato Manor - $252.80 to the Foster Grandparent program at Cokato Elementary, From Sew Friendly Quilt Guild - $50 to Cokato Elementary for school supplies. Motion carried unanimously.
Bjork gave a certified negotiations update. McConkey gave a non-certified negotiations update.
Motion by Linder, seconded by Clemen accepting the 2010-11 Audit. Paul Harvego from Conway, Deuth, and Schmiesing presented the audit. There were no negative findings. Motion carried unanimously.
Nicole Nelson was recognized as the Russell A. Johnson Courtesy and Respect Award Winner for October.
Motion by Tormanen, seconded by McConkey approving the 2011-12 seniority list. Motion carried unanimously.
Motion by Linder, seconded by McConkey approving the following new high school courses: Biotechnical Engineering (BE), College Calculus I and Calculus II, College in the Schools (CIS) Horticulture-Plant Propagation, Lifelong Health and Fitness St. Cloud State University PESS 122, St. Cloud State University Psychology 105, Introduction to Drama/Theatre, Literature and Film, Young Child 2, Triathlon. Motion carried unanimously.
Being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 8:31 PM.
Irene Bender, Clerk
This document is available in the following formats upon request: Braille, Large Print, Audio Cassette Tape, and Computer Disk. Please call (320-286-4100) for more information or to request a copy.
Published in the Enterprise Dispatch Jan. 16, 2012.