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Wright County Board Minutes

JUNE 5, 2001

The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Mattson, Eichelberg, Sawatzke, Jude, and Russek present.

Eichelberg moved to approve the minutes of 5-22-01 as presented, seconded by Russek, carried unanimously.

Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: Aud./Treas. Item #3, "Approve Plat, Longbow Lake, Buffalo Twp." (Gruber); Item For Consid. #7, "Sheep Barn, Fairgrounds" (Russek); Item For Consid. #8, "EMS Letter RE: EMS Risk Management/Emergency Management Person" (Russek); Item For Consid. #9, "Fish Lake Flooding" (Mattson); Item For Consid. #10, "Quad County Meeting" (Mattson); Item For Consid. #11, "Mn/DOT Transportation Planning Meeting" (Mattson). Discussion occurred on moving the Highway Engineer's Item, "Set Letting Date For Construction On CSAH 18 (SAP 86-618-08)" from the regular Agenda to the Consent Agenda as the Highway Engineer would not be attending the meeting. It was the consensus that the Item should remain at the 9:40 A.M. scheduled time in case a member of the public would attend for this issue. Russek moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0.

On a motion by Russek, second by Mattson, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda as presented:


1. Performance Appraisals: R. Demarais, C. Solien, Assr.; A. Buskey, Bldg. Care; C. Davis, J. Nelson, Hwy.; J. Baker, P. Schloesser, R. Williams, Sheriff.

2. O/T Report, Period Ending 5-11-01.

3. Claim, MCIT, $3,592.00 (2000 Automobile Final Adjustment).


1. Approve Abatement, PIN #104-010-013060, Vern R. & Cathy A. Scott (Clearwater Twp.).


1. Claim, Rochon Corp., $31,830.70 (Fund 34-Courthouse-Appl. #7-Final).

2. Claim, Buffalo Communications, $23,830 (Fund 34-Courthouse Phase II Wiring).

3. On Sale Liquor License Renewal, "Silver Springs Golf Course," (Monticello Twp.).

4. On/Off Sale Liquor License Renewal, "Silver Creek Corner Bar," (Silver Creek Twp.).

5. On/Off Sale Liquor License Renewal, "Lake Center Bar & Grill," (Corinna Twp.).

6. Tobacco License, "Albertville Mobil," (Albertville City).

7. On Sale Beer License Renewal, "Buffalo Gun Club," (Buffalo Twp.).

8. Authorize Lateral Transfer Of Kathy Green, Office Assistant (Auditor) To Office Assistant (Treasurer), Eff. 6-5-01 & Authorize Filling Of Vacated Position.


1. Authorize Two Additional Phone Lines In EOC.


1. Authorize Activation Of Phone Line For New Fax Machine.


1. Approve Hire, Brad Renville, Engineering Technician I., Eff. 6-11-01 (Step 2).

2. Approve Hire, Alan Ogaard, Engineering Technician I., Eff. 6-11-01 (Step 2).

3. Refer Issue Of Parking Spaces At Government Center For Public Works Employees To The Building Committee.


1. Accept Resignation, Patty Heitland, Communications Officer, Eff. 6-2-01 & Authorize Replacement.

2. Accept Resignation, Nancy Engfer, Property/Evidence Technician, Eff. 6-12-01 & Authorize Replacement.

3. Accept Resignation, Derek Randall, Deputy, Eff. 6-8-01 & Authorize Replacement.

4. Acknowledge Hire, Gaylen Sorensen, Corrections Officer, Eff. 6-18-01 (Step 1).

5. Acknowledge Appointment, Michael Lindquist, Deputy, Eff. 6-4-01 (Grade 4).

6. Acknowledge Appointment, Dean Olson, Deputy, Eff. 6-4-01 (Grade 5).

7. Authorize Jacqueline O'Dowd To Work Out Of Classification As Property/Evidence Technician, Eff. 6-12-01 During Hiring Process To Fill Vacancy Created By Resignation Of Nancy Engfer.

Tom Kelly, County Attorney, introduced Aaron D. Duis as the new Assistant County Attorney. Duis was welcomed.

Doug Gruber, Auditor/Treasurer, requested approval of a plat, "Chatham Hills," (Chatham Twp.). On a motion by Russek, seconded by Mattson, all voted to approve a plat, "CHATHAM HILLS,"as submitted by Keith M. & Patricia A. Leiseth, husband and wife, and Darrell R. Anderson, single person; and Inderberg Inc., a Minnesota Corporation, fee owners of the property described in part as: The W-1/2 of the SE-1/4 and part of the E-1/2 of the SE1/4 lying W of E.60 rods thereof; and the W 578.75 ft. of the N 150.48 ft. of said W-1/2 of the SE-1/4; and that part of the W-1/2 of SE-1/4; and the N 231.00 of the E 198 ft. of the W 1336.50 ft. of SE-1/4, Sec. 23, Twp. 120, Rge. 26; with all outstanding taxes, including green acre liability, if any, having been paid; the park dedication fee has been paid; an Irrevocable Letter of Credit Number 96 issued by Oakley National Bank is on file with the Auditor/Treasurer; and Thomas C. Zins, Assistant Wright County Attorney, has approved the hardshell drawings and the title opinion provided by the developer Otto & Associates; and recommends approval of the plat by the Wright County Board of Commissioners.

On a motion by Russek, seconded by Eichelberg, all voted to approve a plat, "LONGBOW LAKE," as submitted by Stanley E. Held, single, fee owner of the following property described in part as: The W-1/2 of the SW-1/4; and part of the W-1/2 of the NW-1/4, Sec. 5, Twp. 120, Rge. 25; with all outstanding taxes having been paid; green acre liability will be paid prior to recording; the park dedication fee has been paid (#83196); an Irrevocable Letter of Credit #95 for the roads is on file with the County Auditor/Treasurer; and the title opinion prepared by Jan Larson, attorney, has been reviewed by Thomas Zins, Assistant County Attorney, who finds the plat to be acceptable for recording.

The claims listing was reviewed. Gruber referenced page 1, Stat Medical Inc. ($75.82) for Jail Canteen. Normally these claims are paid as an auditor's warrant but were listed on the Commissioners' warrants as an oversight. On a motion by Russek, second by Mattson, all voted to approve the claims as listed in the abstract, subject to audit.

A Building Committee meeting was held 5-23-01. Eichelberg moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0:

Pavement & Water Leak Problems. Hayes and Buskey reported that the alley pavement by the apron of our parking deck is apparently washed out underneath. The curb and pavement are sinking and water leaks into the lower level parking area. They received a quote from Ray Glunz for $4,000 to fix the problem. Recommendation: Accept quote from Ray Glunz, $4,000.

A Building Committee Of The Whole meeting was held on 5-25-01. Russek moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0:

Discuss Short Term Space Needs. Discussion centered on use of the space vacated by the County Attorney and Court Services departments. Also, the State has notified us that the EOC should not be used as a Juvenile Holdover area. After touring the areas and reviewing the space plan developed by Buetow Architects, Inc., the Committee developed the following priority list: 1) Move the Juvenile Holdover function out of the EOC; 2) Designate the vacated Attorney office area for use by the Sheriff Department; 3) Discuss with the architect the possibility of moving Veterans Service/Civil Defense, Extension Services and the Law Library; 4) Consider more efficient use of the space behind C117 and C118. The Committee will meet again at 10:00 A.M., June 11th.

A MIS Steering Committee meeting was held on 5-23-01. At today's meeting, the minutes were changed under "Members Attending," deleting "Ken Jude for Dick Mattson," and adding "Pat Sawatzke" and "Dick Norman." Mattson moved to approve the minutes with the changes as noted, seconded by Sawatzke, carried unanimously. A summary of the minutes follows:

Report on Records Management Project. A Records Management Services Retention Schedule Implementation was distributed. Payment of $3,586 was approved from Budget 820, Professional Services. Proposed expenditures totaling $1500 for remaining work in Court Administration was approved. The contents of the report were endorsed.

GIS Committee Report. A report was provided on GIS line item expenses, activity updates, linear route project (Highway), Arcview Station (Assessor), and MSAG updates. $1000 from the GIS line item was approved toward a GIS pilot program to assist 911 Dispatch with locating an address graphically via the Internet.

Other: The Committee received an overview of the 2002 Objectives and the Records Management Services Retention Schedule Implementation.

A Personnel Committee meeting was held on 5-23-01. Sawatzke moved to approve the minutes as presented, seconded by Eichelberg, carried unanimously:

Performance Appraisal - Wayne Fingalson, Highway Engineer. Based on the review of four performance appraisals submitted the Committee recommends an overall rating of "Superior."

A Ways & Means Committee Of The Whole meeting was held on 5-22-01. A summary of the minutes follows:

Discuss Ordinance Regulating Issuance Of Temporary Conditional Use Permits For Portable Hot Mix Plants. The purpose of the meeting was to hear and discuss concerns regarding the temporary conditional use permit for the portable hot mix plant operating in Silver Creek Township. Comment was received relating to the problems associated with the operation of the plants. The minutes reflect that continued discussion will occur on this issue.

At today's meeting, Jude stated that ongoing discussion will occur for conditional use permits (CUP) in agricultural zones, trying to balance people's concerns with the need for gravel. Hours of service, odor, traffic and temporary hot mix permits need to be addressed. Sawatzke moved to request the County Attorney's Office to provide language for the Board to review that would grant some type of relief for temporary permits. He suggested the language include operation for a couple of years or the permit expires. The motion was seconded by Eichelberg. Sawatzke clarified that his motion pertained to bituminous plants, not gravel pits. The motion carried 5-0.

Heidi Peper, Wright County Economic Development Partnership, requested approval of an Enterprise Fund Loan to Auto-Chlor, Inc. in the amount of $25,000 at one point below prime interest. Auto-Chlor, Inc. is a blender and manufacturer of cleaning chemicals for restaurants, nursing homes, schools, hospitals and other institutions. The EDP Loan Committee and Board of Directors have approved the request. The business would create 63 jobs at an average of $15.27/hour. Approval would assist with relocating a business to Wright County. The EDP will share a first position on all equipment with the City and the Initiative Foundation. Peper reported that the Enterprise Fund Loan Balance is $115,000. Russek moved to approve the request, seconded by Eichelberg, carried unanimously.

Maribel Fernandez, MN Extension Service, announced a Satellite Program on Biosecurity Measures on the Farm. The Program, produced by the University of Wisconsin, will be available to the public on 6-13-01 from 3:00-4:30 P.M., Government Center Room 120A&B. She requested the assistance of the Board in relaying this information to those who may be interested in attending, especially those who serve farms. With the recent foot-and-mouth and "mad cow" epidemics in Europe, she felt that proactive measures needed to be taken to prevent such outbreaks.

Brian Asleson, Assistant County Attorney, brought forth discussion on the Lake Martha/Lake Charlotte Subordinate Sewer District Project. The project engineers, MFRA, sent notices in April to all residents involved in Phase I. Of the over 100 notices sent, all but 10-15 have replied. Asleson has since sent them letters. Individual site visits have been completed and planning continues. MFRA is ready to advertise for bids. The bids would be received but not awarded awaiting an actual assessment hearing. Residents will be notified of their assessments and will have an opportunity to be heard by the Board. After the hearing, the Board could then make a decision on whether to proceed with the project.

Brian Oakley, MFRA, requested that the Board give authorization to advertise for bids for the project. One of the issues which needs to be addressed prior to mailing of the assessment notices (after bids are received) are the rules for project costs. The original feasibility report called for 190 buildable lots with each property owner to pay for their hookup and grinder costs. As many of the lots are not considered buildable by current County rules (20,000 sq. ft.), Oakley met with the County Planning & Zoning staff. Three scenarios with different rules were presented. The first would involve 171 buildable lots if the County's current buildable lot requirements of 20,000 sq. ft. were used plus individually owned platted lots of less than 20,000 sq. ft. The 20,000 sq. ft. minimum would be applied to multiple lots owned in common and an assessment would be allowed for each 20,000 sq. ft. area. A second scenario would involve 178 buildable lots if a 15,000 sq. ft. minimum was used for riparian lots on general development lakes under Lake Charlotte rules. The third scenario would increase the buildable lots to 187 if all lots were included (i.e., two 14,000 lots would count as two lots). Any of the scenarios would not impact the cost of the project. The impact would be realized on the assessment on vacant lots. In the feasibility report, the estimate was $6,730 per lot. Depending upon which rule is used the range would be from $6,830 up to $7,475.

Jude said in instances where there is a question on whether a lot is buildable, people should know the costs and decide ahead of the project whether to proceed. Oakley felt it was important to identify all potential buildable lots. A stub for water connection gives the right to connect in the future. Discussion followed on buildable lot size. Sawatzke felt that the 20,000 sq. ft. minimum should be the standard because otherwise variances will be required. Tom Salkowski, Planning & Zoning Administrator, indicated that most everything that can be built on has been. If it is a separately owned lot, the State and County record it as a lot of record. Although some lots may meet legal size requirements, they may not be desirable to build upon because of swamp land or slope. He anticipated only three or four sites which may have a problem. Asleson suggested scheduling a Committee Of The Whole meeting to address issues such as minimum lot size. The people would then be notified of their assessments and a public hearing would be held in the latter part of July.

Oakley said the original feasibility report wanted to require seasonal properties to connect to the system. As there are only 4 properties involved (3 with plumbing, 1 without) and they are occupied for short periods of time, both the opinion of Oakley and Sean Riley, P&Z, is that these properties could be assessed the trunk line portion but not required to install the grinder pump. These properties can meet their needs by installing a holding tank. If the properties and road access to them were upgraded, they would be required to hook up a grinder pump.

Of the 106 people contacted, only 4 have been opposed to the project. Oakley anticipated that approximately half of the 10-15 left to contact would also be opposed. A few residents have upgraded their systems and are currently compliant with County and State rules. Oakley and Riley agreed that if a property owner made an investment in a mound system which is conforming, they should not be required to put in a grinder pump but would be required to pay their portion of the trunk line. Oakley and Riley would be opposed to allowing future mound systems.

Oakley suggested that the County hire a private maintenance crew, providing 24-hour call out service, to service grinders. Oakley stated that this is what St. Michael does. Residents will be charged a wastewater treatment fee of $30/quarter and a grinder replacement fee estimated at $15.00 based on bids. The Point Of Sale Ordinance should address whether a mound system is conforming.

Sawatzke moved to schedule a bid letting date for the Lake Charlotte/Martha Sewer Project for 7-10-01 at 10:00 A.M., seconded by Russek, carried 5-0. MFRA will be responsible for advertising and notifying contractors. Jude voiced concern with who will be the fiscal agent for the project and responsible for the day-to-day operations. Asleson envisioned some sort of agreement with the City and their wastewater treatment contractors. Jude felt it was much easier to negotiate prior to a project. Asleson will contact the City and obtain language to bring back before the Board. He felt this could be discussed when the Committee Of The Whole meets to address the other issues previously mentioned. Jude requested a breakdown of who reports to who and the responsibility for each person. Relative to the public hearing, Asleson will research Statutes to determine whether the Board can hold the public hearing at any location other than the County seat. Norman requested that the site have a working sound/recording system and an area where staff can take accurate minutes of the proceedings. The consensus was to refer to the next meeting the recommendations from Asleson on where the Board can meet and any other legal requirements.

Genell Reese, Veterans Service/Civil Defense Officer, was notified that the Human Services Board will be addressing a request from the EMS Advisory Council to create a County position for EMS Risk Management/Emergency Management. The position would fill in the gaps in EMS that the Advisory Council feels are present in the County and would work closer with each of the Fire and EMS organizations. The Human Services Board is scheduled to address this on 6-11-01 at 1:30 P.M. At today's meeting, Reese explained that these duties fall under the realm of her position. In past budget sessions when she has asked for assistance, it has been denied. Jude responded that the person would be hired specifically for the coordination of fire marshals, insurance claims and any other duties as assigned. Jude suggested that Reese attend the Human Services meeting to discuss the issue. Sawatzke stated that every other department is required to present their staffing requests during budget deliberations. He felt it was inappropriate to be considering requests outside of this forum and referenced another staff request Human Services had several weeks ago. Sawatzke agreed that if a person would be hired to assist with EMS, they should be under the direction of Reese or secondly, the Sheriff's Department. Mattson pointed out that the Human Services Board does not have jurisdiction over the budget and that this issue would have to be voted on by the County Board.

On a motion by Sawatzke, second by Russek, all voted to schedule the Letting Date for Construction on CSAH 18 (SAP 86-618-08) for 7-10-01 at 9:30 A.M.

A Ways & Means Committee meeting was held on 5-23-01. At today's meeting, Russek moved to approve the minutes as presented, seconded by Eichelberg. Richard Norman, County Coordinator, requested that the Board select an alternate date for the regular committee meeting date of 6-13-01. The consensus of the Board was that the committee meeting date of 6-13-01 will be canceled and that committee meetings will be scheduled on 6-27-01, which is the next regularly scheduled committee meeting date. The motion carried 5-0.

Overtime Use. Norman provided a summary of overtime use for the last several years. The concern with overtime in the Highway Department centers on the policy of having two people in the shop when a mechanic is working on vehicles. It was suggested to Fingalson that these individuals be scheduled so that the use of overtime is minimized. It is recommended that Don Mleziva, Human Services Director, attend the next Committee meeting to discuss overtime use in his Department.

A Ways & Means Committee meeting was held on 5-30-01. At today's meeting, the following sentence was added to the minutes under Proposal From Mathowitz Construction: "The funds will be placed in the Park Dedication Fund." Sawatzke moved to accept the minutes noting that the funds from Mathowitz Construction will be placed in the Park Dedication Fund. The motion was seconded by Russek and carried unanimously. The minutes follow:

Proposal From Mathowitz Construction. Mathowitz Construction is proposing to pay the County $.50 per yard for sand from a portion of Bill Anderson Park which is adjacent to the Highland Pit. The offer also includes reclamation with top soil. Since the material will be used on the Highway 12 project, Mn/DOT will monitor the yards used from our property. We would be provided with a set of plans prior to the removal of any sand. The contractor is responsible for getting any permits which may be required. Recommendation: Mattice is authorized to negotiate terms with the cost per yard to be no less than what Mathowitz is currently paying Middleville Township. The funds will be placed in the Park Dedication Fund.

Encroachment By Adjacent Gravel Pit On Stanley Eddy Park. Bill Rice, an engineering consultant for Bauerly Co., called Mattice regarding our property line along the North Unit of Stanley Eddy Park. Mattice had Jerry Uhde survey the area. It is apparent that Bauerly's has significantly encroached onto our property. The survey shows the encroachment to be from 38' to 125'. Also, a 30' setback is required for mining operations. The park land is part of the "Big Woods" area and numerous trees were destroyed by Bauerly's crew. Mattice stated that a forestry inventory would have to be done to try to determine how many trees were lost. Salkowski stated other problems with the mining operation. The old permit and plan approval didn't even call for this area to be mined. A new permit and/or EAW may be required. Mark Bauerly suggested that since approximately 1.1 acres were impacted he would consider donating 2.2 acres of adjacent land to the Park and reseed the area with trees. In response to a question, Bauerly stated that he would have somebody calculate how much gravel was mined off our property and the setback area. Zins stated that we are dealing with three problems. First is the permit issue, second is the encroachment problem, and third is the 24-hour operations. It was the consensus that these issues be laid over while County Attorney staff research the issues and look at our options. The meeting was recessed until 9:00 A.M., June 27th.

On a motion by Russek, second by Mattson, all voted to pay the claim to MFRA, Inc., $7,731.40 (Lake Charlotte/Lake Martha Subordinate Service District). Asleson is tracking costs to be reimbursed through the project. In response to a question by Jude relating to billing for monthly administration fees, Asleson indicated that there would be a fee attached to the ongoing operation of the district. He said the City of St. Michael has not yet entered into a contract with US Filter, their contractor, who will perform the billing for the City.

Russek moved to refer the Sheriff Contract Fees for 2002/2003 to the Ways & Means Committee on 6-27-01. The motion was seconded by Sawatzke and carried 5-0.

On a motion by Russek, second by Mattson, all voted to cancel the July 31st County Board meeting due to the occurrence of five Tuesdays in July.

Mattson announced the "Central Minnesota Lake Day 2001" educational event being held on 6-23-01 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at St. John's University in Collegeville, MN. The event focuses on the preservation of surface water quality in the Benton, Sherburne, Stearns and Wright County area. The event is open to the public and registration is through the Sherburne County Extension Service. This was provided as an informational item.

On a motion by Mattson, second by Eichelberg, all voted to accept the 2001 General Revenue Budget transfers as presented.

Russek was contacted by Dennis Beise of the Wright County Fair Board relating to the construction of the sheep barn at the Fairgrounds. The City of Howard Lake Building Inspector is requiring it to be designed as a commercial building instead of an agricultural building. Estimated additional cost is $4000. Asleson said the definition of an agricultural building is tied to the Assessor's classification of the property. He viewed this as a wave of the future for replacement of buildings. He thought MCIT may prefer that the building be constructed with stronger trusses. Russek moved to approve the additional $4000 expenditure, seconded by Mattson, carried 4-1 with Sawatzke casting the nay vote. Sawatzke did not support the motion as he was unsure of the funding source for both the original request for funding and this additional request.

Mattson referenced the Fish Lake flooding issue which was discussed at the 5-22-01 County Board meeting. At that meeting, Jude had presented a request to waive the $25 water testing fee for wells due to flooding problems. The Board discussed past practice in regard to the waiver of fees. The consensus of the County Board at that meeting was that more information was desired and the issue would be placed on a future County Board Agenda. Subsequently, Jude petitioned the item onto the 5-25-01 Human Services Board meeting Agenda. The waiver of the water testing fees was approved. Commissioner Mattson was absent from that meeting. At today's County Board meeting, Mattson stated he felt this issue should have been brought back before the County Board and was concerned with budget implications. Mattson said if testing is done for one lake, it should be done for any lakes submitting a request. He felt all situations should be treated the same and that in this case, the actions deviated from the norm.

Mattson provided an update on recent meetings he attended including Quad County and Mn/DOT Transportation Planning.

Bills Approved

A-1 Marine 221.73

Brian Abrahamson 256.36

Albinson Reprographics 464.68

American Institutional Supply 294.66

AMI Imaging Systems, Inc. 2190.00

ANCOM Technical Center 1246.10

Anoka County IS Dept. 167.50

Anoka County Juvenile Center 565.00

APEC Corporation 410.57

Area Map Service 159.50

ASTECH 61,452.56

AT&T 826.91

B&D Plumbing and Heating 1054.68

Joe Backes 231.20

Bob Barker Co. 160.43

Bear Graphics, Inc. 315.97

Best, Inc. 8465.80

Best Western Kelly Inn 162.72

Jim Borrett 117.64

Breezy Point Resort 208.02

Brestows Kawasaki & Polaris 135.38

Darnell Brethorst 107.44

Buffalo Clinic 420.00

Buffalo Comm., Inc. 23,830.00

Careertrack 270.00

Cellular 2000 of St. Cloud 516.11

Central Glass Co. 175.00

Central Lock & Safe 296.00

Central Micro Systems, Inc. 3504.00

Cintas Corp. No. 748 322.76

Climate Air 5130.20

CPS Technology Solutions 705.50

CT Farm & Country 259.23

Decorative Designs, Inc. 175.53

Randal Desmarais 146.88

Karen Determan 148.58

Lawrence Dupont 8107.96

ECOLAB 267.90

Ernst General Construction, Inc. 180.00

Facility Systems, Inc. 1738.97

Gateway Companies, Inc. 2127.87

GCS Service, Inc. 468.20

Global Knowledge 1195.00

W Grainger, Inc. 2671.28

Granite Pest Control Services 104.37

Howard Green Co. 2924.34

Douglas Hackenmueller 2434.25

City Hanover 2771.12

Chris Hanson 131.24

Hartman & Hallet Interpreters 247.50

Kenneth Heuring 9610.50

Hickorytech 524.75

Hillyard Floor Care Supply 1575.34

Interstate Batteries 230.95

Robert Johnson 8975.04

Lucille Kolles 3209.47

LaPlant Demo, Inc. 517.45

Marco Business Production 2482.00

The Metro Group, Inc. 981.50

Mid-Minnesota Hot Mix, Inc. 921.10

Midland Corporate Benefits Svc. 685.75

Richard Miller 100.00

Minnesota Supreme Court 689.00

MN Counties Ins. Trust 800.00

MN County Auditors Assn. 105.00

MN Department of Revenue 280.00

MN Safety Council 1813.00

Richard Norman 116.89

Office Depot 1708.02

Omann Brothers, Inc. 302.94

On Site Monitoring 6971.00

Performance Office Papers 891.34

Red Line Medical Supply, Inc. 218.78

Reliant Energy Minnegasco 2514.07

Ronald Robeck 2876.98

A Roberts Company 556.00

Rochon Corporation 31,830.70

Royal Tire - St. Cloud 1198.47

Jack Russek 167.28

Ermin Schumacher 12,804.98

Sheriffs Youth Program of MN 839.86

Simplex Time Recorder Co. 316.71

Software House Intl. IN 657.70

Specialty Seeds, Inc. 231.80

Sprint-Local Telecom Division 158.63

St. Cloud Hospital 362.55

St. Cloud Times 617.14

State of Minnesota 1500.00

State of MN Intertech Group 431.35

Streichers 1011.75

Mark Swenson 10,093.60

Technical Reproductions, Inc. 636.00

Cynthia Theisen 112.20

Total Printing 1813.92

Traffic Technologies LLC 569.13

Unlimited Electric, Inc. 319.60

Victory Corps. 316.02

Village Ranch, Inc. 912.00

Wal-Mart Community Brc. 538.75

Wal-Mart Store 01-1577 254.40

Waste Management TC West 1088.96

Joseph Waxweiler 1314.18

James Weinberger 164.22

Carl Welter 578.32

Paul Welter 26,460.88

West Publishing Company 2008.59

Westside Equipment 176.15

Wheeler Lumber Operations 336.51

Wright County Hwy. Dept. 27,582.90

Wright Hennepin Electric 237.00

Xcel Energy 734.78

Eugene Zachman 21,111.24

Zee Service Company 149.76

Ziegler, Inc. 814.73

56 payments less than $100 2994.34

Total 343,586.61

The meeting adjourned at 10:47 A.M.

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