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Wright County Board Minutes
AUGUST 14, 2001
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Mattson, Eichelberg, Sawatzke, Jude, and Russek present.
The following corrections were made to the minutes of 8-7-01: Page 3, 2nd to last paragraph, 10th sentence, change from "non-conforming system" to "nonstandard system" (Jude); Page 4, last paragraph, remove the following sentence, "Previously, the County swapped a piece of property with the City (at the City's request) and located the new shop away from CSAH 4" (Eichelberg). The 7-16-01 Transportation Committee Of The Whole minutes approved at the last meeting contained the same sentence and the Board instructed that the sentence be removed from those minutes also. Russek moved to approve the minutes as corrected, seconded by Eichelberg, carried unanimously.
Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: Aud./Treas. Item #4, "Swanson Bros." (Mattson); Aud./Treas. Item #5, "County Ditch 38" (Mattson); Hwy. Engineer Item #4, "Crow River Bridge-St. Michael" (Eichelberg); Item For Consid. #5, "Water Tower Issue-Howard Lake" (Eichelberg). Gruber corrected Aud./Treas. Item #1 from "County Ditch 11" to "County Ditch 31." Russek moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0.
On a motion by Eichelberg, second by Russek, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda as follows:
1. Performance Appraisals: M. Mortazee, Ct. Admin.; J. Wright, Hwy.; G. Lebovsky, P&Z; C. Glander, T. Olson, Sheriff.
2. O/T Report, Period Ending 8-3-01.
3. Accept Resignation, Steve Smock, Custodian I, Eff. 8-6-01 & Authorize Replacement.
1. Authorize Signatures On Grant Application For Emergency Funds ($4000) From The Dept. Of Public Safety For The Victim/Witness Program.
1. Tobacco License For New Owner, dba, "Pilot" (formerly SuperAmerica #4554), St. Michael.
D. COURT SERVICES
1. Approve Hire, Carter Lee Diers, Senior Probation Agent, Eff. 9-4-01, Step 1.
1. Approve Hire, Dave Pullis, Highway Engineering Tech I, Eff. 9-4-01, Step 3.
2. Distribution Of 2000 Annual Report.
1. Approve Phone System Maintenance Agreements With Hickory Tech (Formerly Collins Communications) - One For PW Building; One For Government Center/HS Center. Approve Signatures On Documents.
G. PLANNING & ZONING
1. Approve Hire, Marcia Westover, Assistant Planner, Eff. 8-20-01, Step 3.
2. Accept Finding & Recommendations Of Planning Commission For The Following Rezonings:
a. Approve Request To Rezone 7.9 Acres From AG & S-2 To R-1 & S-2, Michelle & John Twardy (Indian Lake-Corinna Twp.).
1. Acknowledge Appointment, Tamara Everett, Communications Officer, Eff. 8-13-01, Step 2.
2. Acknowledge Retirement, Patrick Miller, Deputy Sheriff, Eff. 8-31-01 & Authorize Replacement.
Doug Gruber, Auditor/Treasurer, received a written request from Gene and Jane Babatz for a crossing on County Ditch 31 for an improvement/replacement and culvert extension. Gruber distributed written response to the request from Brad Wozney, SWCD. Wozney recommends approval if the front and back slopes of both crossings are stabilized with geotextile and rock to prevent scouring. The use of old foundation blocks in place of the rock is acceptable as long as no tar or steel is present. The same size of culvert is to be used as what is presently under County Road 30. Wozney also finds acceptable the Babatz's request to expand the crossing just south of County Road 30 to a 24-foot top, enabling them to access the area across the ditch without having to travel County Road 30. Mattson moved to approve the request to proceed as long as the SWCD requirements are followed, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
On a motion by Russek, second by Mattson, all voted to approve a plat, "DICKINSON SPRING INDUSTRIAL PARK," as submitted by Michael D. & Darla R. Paripovich, husband and wife and fee owners, of the following property described in part as: That part of the W1/2 of the SW1/4 of Section 14, Township 119, Range 25; commencing at the NW corner; with all outstanding taxes including green acre liability, if any, having been paid; the park dedication fee has been paid (#84568); a road bond has been furnished and is on file with the County Auditor/Treasurer; and the title opinion of George C. McDonald, attorney at law, has been reviewed by Thomas C. Zins, Assistant Wright County Attorney, who finds the plat to be ready for recording.
Mattson was contacted by Vernon Yager who is experiencing beaver problems. The Swanson Brothers will proceed to correct the problem. This was provided as an informational item.
Mattson and Russek met with Robert Nibbe, Mn/DOT and the Duske's regarding County Ditch 38. The work met with the satisfaction of all parties. This was provided as an informational item.
The claims listing was reviewed. Russek referenced a claim on page 5 to the City of Buffalo for utilities ($34,775.88). He said utilities had doubled from when he first started as a Commissioner. Richard Norman, County Coordinator, indicated that the bill is for both the HS Center and the Government Center. Another factor contributing to the increase would be the rise in utility costs. The Public Works site pays their own utilities. Norman noted that the County could consider Public Works paying rent with the recent construction of the office building. The Public Works site is maintained with custodial staff. Norman referenced a claim on page 8, Facility Systems ($689.00) for workstations which was coded to Professional Services. Gruber will review the claim to see if it should be paid from Furniture and Equipment. Mattson questioned the claim on page 20, Lonnie Ogden ($20.00) for reimbursement for a well certificate for the Stemper property. Gruber stated that the well certification needed to be paid at the time of recording so Ogden paid for it and is asking for reimbursement. In response to a question by Mattson, Gruber indicated that payments for the Stemper and Ney Park properties will be reflected either on the Consent Agenda or under Non-Departmental. Eichelberg moved to approve the claims as listed in the abstract, subject to audit. The motion was seconded by Russek and carried 5-0.
Wayne Fingalson, Highway Engineer, presented the following Agenda items as those to be considered for a Transportation Committee Of The Whole (TCOTW) meeting:
1) Letter From Aggregate & Bulk Carriers. The letter inquires whether the County would consider a lease, lease-purchase or an outright purchase of the Delano Maintenance Building and property. Fingalson stated that the building sits vacant in the summer months and the request is to potentially store trucks during that time. Russek and Jude both stated that the County needs to keep a County Maintenance Building in that area.
2) Discuss Response To Darrell Kelly's Letter. Fingalson stated that the response received from the Kelly's was unreasonable as the County cannot legally record a document from Kelly. It was the consensus that Kelly should be informed that the County's position has not changed. The issue should only be brought forth at a TCOTW meeting if it can be resolved.
3) Discuss Options For Albertville Truck Station. Eichelberg and Fingalson serve on a Task Force. They hope to bring forth some type of proposal in the next two weeks.
4) Discuss CR 106 Project In Monticello Township. As part of the road tour last year, a proposal was reviewed from Monticello Township relating to the intersection of Cahill Avenue and CR 106. There may be a 50/50 split in cost but the Township Board would need to be consulted. Jude questioned how the County can take on another project with no funding budgeted. Sawatzke stated that the County Board reviewed several areas as part of the road tour last year and the consensus was this intersection stood out as a potential problem. There has not been a history of accidents in this location but there is a sight distance problem. Jude referenced an intersection in Silver Creek Township (CR #8) which had a history of accidents that was not corrected. Fingalson said that $10,000 was budgeted for this item.
5) Cokato Truck Station Road Access.
Russek moved to schedule the TCOTW meeting for 9-10-01 at 9:30 A.M., seconded by Eichelberg, carried unanimously.
Russek moved to adopt Resolution #01-58 requesting the Commissioner of Transportation to perform a speed zone study on CSAH 35 from TH 55 in the City of Buffalo to CSAH 19 in the City of St. Michael, approximately 11 miles in length. The request stems from a safety audit performed by Mn/DOT. The motion was seconded by Sawatzke and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
At the request of Fingalson, the adoption of a new Bridge Funding Policy for Townships and Cities will be referred to a future meeting. He would like the French Lake Township Board to address the funding and contract on a current project at their September meeting. He said Victor Township is not in favor of modifying their contract in light of the recent funding changes as they were scheduled to pay $5000 anyway.
A meeting was held on 8-10-01 with Wright County and St. Michael representatives to discuss the Berning's Mill Bridge in St. Michael. The recommendation from that meeting was to submit to Hennepin County a proposed alignment, which was presented by the St. Michael Engineer, that would provide full access north of the proposed bridge. There will be some safety concerns associated with this alignment. If this proposal is not agreeable, the second option would be to revert back to the original design of either a full intersection or right in/right out. Fingalson said the significant change is adding an intersection with turn lanes that back up into the bridge section. There is the potential of snowmobile traffic being forced to drive on the driving lane. This will have to be addressed with Hennepin County and approval would need to be gained through State Aid. Fingalson felt this would be a tough sell to convince State and Federal officials that this would be a suitable use of funding. Eichelberg moved to authorize Fingalson to present the latest plan from the City of St. Michael to Hennepin County and other agencies involved to obtain approval on the full intersection and turn lanes. The motion was seconded by Mattson and carried 5-0.
At 9:40 A.M., Jude recessed the Board meeting and opened the Public Hearing to consider the proposed implementation of an aggregate material tax. General legislation was passed during the 2001 Legislative Session simplifying the procedure for counties to adopt an aggregate material tax. Requirements include holding a public hearing and adopting a resolution. Effective 8-1-01, counties can "impose upon every importer and operator a production tax equal up to ten cents per cubic yard or up to seven cents per ton of aggregate material removed except that the county board may decide not to impose this tax if it determines the in the previous year operators removed less than 20,000 tons or 14,000 cubic yards of aggregate material from that county." Wright County would consider an implementation date of 1-1-02 instead of 8-1-01 to allow those impacted by the tax to prepare financially. Public comment was received:
Russell Nelson, Silver Creek Twp.: Questioned whether the tax will be returned back to the area that the gravel came from. Jude stated it has not been determined. Those townships where mining has taken place in the past did not receive compensation and he was unsure whether that would be fair to them. Nelson asked whether it is a tax on a tax. Jude responded that it was and that a township will be taxed on any purchases of gravel other than what they own. Jude said that as part of the process, they attempted to obtain approval to tax only exported gravel. The legislature decided it was all or nothing. Mattson felt townships should have a record of what they haul to see whether taxing would be beneficial or a break even process. Jude stated the County has to take the step of implementing the tax. The process of administering and collecting the tax as well as redistribution of proceeds throughout the County would follow. In response to Sawatzke, Norman stated the public hearing notice was placed in the Howard Lake Herald but notice was not sent to cities and townships. Nelson also questioned whether gravel stockpiled in a township would be taxed even though it will not be spread until next year. Norman said the tax would not apply to stockpiled material as the tax is applied at the time it leaves the pit.
Don Daniels, Southside Township: Daniels felt the tax was warranted as it provided a manner to collect for the gravel leaving the area.
Ed Schultz: Schultz did not feel the tax would harm those hauling gravel.
Mike Caron, Barton Sand & Gravel: Caron felt that if the tax were imposed, the township where the active mining was taking place should receive their fair share of the proceeds. When he has discussed this issue with townships, they wanted to know what benefit they would receive. He also questioned the charge to small operators.
Norman clarified that if the County collected 10¢/cubic yard in gravel tax, 60% of that is credited to the County's Road & Bridge fund, 30% is divided to the cities/townships, and 10% is credited to a special reserve fund established for restoration of abandoned pits. Tom Salkowski, Planning & Zoning Administrator, said that the 10% reclamation only applies to tax forfeit or county land. Sawatzke said it appears the statute does allow for operators under a certain size to be exempt from this. Brian Asleson, Chief Deputy Attorney, said the statute was not clear as it refers to not imposing the tax if operators (not operator) removed less than 20,000 tons or 14,000 cubic yards of material. Asleson would want to obtain an opinion from the Attorney General on this. Salkowski suggested potentially hiring a gravel pit person within the County who would not only work on the taxing portion but be involved with other regulation and enforcement issues. Norman stated that most counties use a clerical staff person in the Auditor's Office to work with the gravel tax. He suggested possibly hiring a recent retiree from the Highway Department on a temporary basis. The consensus of the Board was to have Norman and Asleson draft a resolution for adoption of the gravel tax. The Auditor's Office is to research what other counties are doing and this item should be placed on a future County Board Agenda when the information has been compiled. The public hearing was closed at 9:59 A.M.
Brian Asleson, Chief Deputy Attorney, referenced the 8-6-01 Charlotte/Martha Subordinate Sewer District (CMSSD) Public Hearing. At the Hearing, there were two parcels with unresolved issues as to whether the owners would receive one assessment for their home and hookup and an additional trunk charge for the additional footage on their parcel. The two property owners are Jeff Kennedy and Al & Jeanette Wenzel. Russek drove past the Kennedy property and agreed with Kennedy that it would be very difficult to build a home between the existing home and the ravine. Asleson said if the Board decided not to assess the additional trunk charge, Kennedy would have to work with the Planning & Zoning Office on the waiver which would have to be recorded. He could not predict the enforceability in 20 years. Russek questioned whether a conservation easement could be requested. Asleson responded that the landowner would then have to convey the land. A future Board could dissolve or revoke that easement at the urging of the landowner. Asleson preferred to handle any waiver through the Planning & Zoning Office as they regulate future development. Salkowski said the Wenzel property issue relates to a small garage overlapping property lines but felt the lot lines could be adjusted. There is adequate room for a house. Wenzel's concern was whether the lot line adjustment would be denied. Asleson said that Wenzel now has a better understanding of what can be done with the property and that Wenzel's have resigned to the additional assessment. Brian Oakley, MFRA, distributed a revised Assessment Role for the CMSSD. A revised resolution which adopts the assessments was distributed. The revision relates to it being a Chapter 444 project and not a Chapter 429 Special Assessment Project. Asleson said that public hearing and assessment notices were mailed previously. If Kennedy's additional trunk charge was not included in the assessment listing, the County would have the ability to collect this cost difference through other methods (i.e., service charge or administrative costs). The project will be paid solely by the residents of the system. Asleson requested the Board adopt the resolution with the attached assessment role distributed today, noting that the individual service package component has changed and that the trunk charge for Jeff Kennedy will be exempt. Asleson noted that there may be additional changes to the project between now and when construction commences. Any problems would be brought back for Board direction. Russek moved to exempt the second lot of Jeff and Diane Kennedy from the assessment roll with restrictions to be worked out between Kennedy, Asleson and Salkowski. This will be a permanent restriction. The motion carried 5-0 on a second by Sawatzke. Russek moved to adopt Resolution #01-59, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote:
WHEREAS The Wright County Board of Commissioners (County Board), by Resolution 00-49, adopted November 14, 2000, established the Lake Charlotte / Lake Martha Sanitary Sewer District (CMSSD); and
WHEREAS The County Board has received bids for the construction of a sanitary sewer collection system for the CMSSD; and
WHEREAS Pursuant to Minnesota statutes, Section 444.075, Subd. 3, the County "may impose just and equitable charges..." to pay for the construction of said sewer system, as well as "for the availability of... and for connections with..." said sewer system; and
WHEREAS A public hearing was held on August 6, 2001 to consider the proposed list of charges to be assessed to landowners within the CMSSD to cover the costs of construction; and
WHEREAS The County Board has heard all objections to the proposed list of charges;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED:
1. That the Wright County Board of Commissioners hereby adopts the attached list of charges to be assessed to landowners within the CMSSD for the availability of the sewer system and the connections with it.
2. That said charges are hereby certified to the Wright County Auditor for collection as other taxes are collected.
3. That said charges shall be payable in equal annual installments extending over a period of 20 years, bearing interest at the rate of seven (7) percent per annum from the date of this resolution.
The bid award for the CMSSD Sewer Project was tabled until later in the meeting.
John Sander, Springsted Financial Advisor, distributed and provided an overview of the Recommendations For Wright County, Minnesota $2,295,000 General Obligation Sewer Revenue Bonds, Series 2001A. The document sets the terms and conditions for the bond sale. A change was made to Page 1 of the Recommendations, Item 2, and will read as follows: "Sale Date and Time: Monday, September 10, 2001 at 1:00 P.M. with consideration for award by the County Board of Commissioners at 9:00 A.M. on Tuesday, September 11, 2001." Norman had received calls from property owners inquiring about prepayments of assessments so that the assessment is not reflected on their property tax statements. Asleson anticipated putting together a letter of notification to residents outlining prepayment dates, to be reviewed by the Board at their next meeting. The adoption of the resolution was laid over until later in today's meeting.
A Building Committee meeting was held on 8-8-01. Russek moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0:
Roofing Report, PWB. Engel stated that he reviewed the report submitted by Norwest Contractors, Inc. He said the installation is not in accordance to specifications. He said Buetow will fix the problem. He suggests three quotes for repair be obtained, the repair work be authorized by the County, and Buetow will reimburse us for the cost. He also referenced a letter he sent the County on March 16, 2001. In it he states, in part, that the perimeter of the building lacks insulation. KUE Construction should be put on notice that this needs to be fixed. Asleson will send KUE a letter. Fingalson stated they are still having high humidity problems in the building. Engel will research the issue.
A Building Committee Of The Whole meeting was held on 8-8-01. Norman provided a summary of the minutes and recommendations. The Committee discussed the short term space issues and long range facility needs. Discussed was the potential of expanding the Human Services Center 8,000 to 10,000 square feet at a cost of $1,520,000 to $2,035,000. The Committee also reviewed various options for remodeling of the Government Center. The Committee's recommendation was that a meeting was set for 8-20-01 at 10:00 A.M. to receive a report back from Engel. Engel will provide a closer cost estimate leaving walls, etc. intact as much as possible for movement of Juvenile Holdover, VS/CD to move next to EOC, a conference room and the Extension Office in the remainder of the old Court Services area, relocate the Law Library to part of the current Extension Office with MIS expanding into the remaining space, reconfigure Licensing Bureau and P&Z with counters into the hallway, moveable wall in the Sheriff's meeting rooms, and use of the vacated VS/CD area. At today's County Board meeting, the following correction was made to the minutes: Page 1, 1st paragraph, 4th sentence, correct the figure to "$2,035,000." Eichelberg moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
On a motion by Sawatzke, second by Russek, all voted to approve the 8-6-01 Public Hearing Minutes for the Proposed Assessments-Sanitary Sewer Improvements, Lake Charlotte/Lake Martha Subordinate Sewer District.
The Board discussed receiving quotes for the new 15-row bleachers at the Fairgrounds, estimated by Buildings Consulting Group to cost less than $50,000 so a formal bid process is not required. Sawatzke questioned the option of renting bleachers for the five days of the year they are needed. Russek moved to lay this issue over for one week to have Craig Hayes, Purchasing Agent, research the availability and cost of renting bleachers. The motion was seconded by Sawatzke. Mattson suggested that Hayes contact Hennepin or Benton County to obtain information on bleacher rental. Jude stated the Fair Board will proceed with removal of the old bleachers while the weather is favorable. The motion carried 5-0.
Russek moved to adopt Resolution #01-60 approving a Charitable Gambling Application for the Monticello Knights Of Columbus #6285, Monti Club (Monticello Twp). The motion was seconded by Sawatzke and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Eichelberg questioned the status of the Water Tower issue with the City of Howard Lake. In late May or early June, Asleson received correspondence from the City Administrator basically informing him that the consensus of the City was that they had given the County breaks on unrelated costs such as building permits, etc. Copies of this were given to Russek and Mattson, who were part of the original group that agreed upon the parameters for the water tower being placed on County property. Copies will be provided to the remainder of the Board. Russek clarified that the County was assessed for a sewer line in 1994 as previous reference to this issue had indicated the County had not been assessed. Jude said the basic issue is that there was an agreement on the table for the construction of the water tower on County property with certain parameters set forth. Now the City will not sign the agreement but the tower has been constructed. Sawatzke said the tower was to be constructed based upon the conditions set forth in the agreement. The consensus was for Asleson to send a letter to the City asking them to sign the original agreement and to convey that this issue needs to be resolved.
On a motion by Russek, second by Eichelberg, all voted to accept the low bid and award the contract for the Charlotte/Martha Sanitary Sewer District to Utility Systems Of America, Inc. at a bid cost of $1,152,329.40.
The following relates to the adoption of Resolution #01-61 providing for the Competitive Negotiated Sale of $2,295,000 General Obligation Sewer Revenue Bonds Series 2001A:
Pursuant to due call and notice thereof, a regular meeting of the County Board of Commissioners of Wright County, Minnesota, was duly held at the County Courthouse in Buffalo, Minnesota, on Tuesday, the 14th day of August, 2001 at 9:00 A.M. for the purpose in part of authorizing the competitive negotiated sale of the $2,295,000 General Obligation Sewer Revenue Bonds, Series 2001A of said County. The following members were present: Sawatzke, Eichelberg, Jude, Mattson and Russek and the following were absent: None. Member Eichelberg introduced the following resolution and moved its adoption:
RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE COMPETITIVE NEGOTIATED SALE OF $2,295,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION SEWER REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 2001
A. WHEREAS, the County Board of Commissioners of Wright County, Minnesota (the "County"), has heretofore determined that it is necessary and expedient to issue its $2,295,000 General Obligation Sewer Revenue Bonds, Series 2001A (the "Bonds") to finance the construction of a sanitary sewer collection system in the proposed Lake Charlotte/Lake Martha Sanitary Sewer District; and
B. WHEREAS, the County has retained Springsted Incorporated, in Saint Paul, Minnesota ("Springsted"), as its independent financial advisor and is therefore authorized to sell these obligations by a competitive negotiated sale in accordance with Minnesota Statutes, Section 475.60, Subdivision 2(9).
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Board of Commissioners of Wright County, Minnesota, as follows:
1. Authorization; Findings. The County Board hereby authorizes Springsted to solicit bids for the competitive negotiated sale of the Bonds.
2. Meeting; Bid Opening. This County Board shall meet at the time and place specified in the Terms of Proposal attached hereto as Exhibit A for the purpose of considering sealed bids for, and awarding the sale of, the Bonds. The County Auditor or his designee, shall open bids at the time and place specified in such Terms of Proposal.
3. Terms of Proposal. The terms and conditions of the Bonds and the negotiation thereof are fully set forth in the "Terms of Proposal" attached hereto as Exhibit A and hereby approved and made a part hereof.
4. Official Statement. In connection with said competitive negotiated sale, the County Auditor and other officers or employees of the County are hereby authorized to cooperate with Springsted and participate in the preparation of an official statement for the Bonds, and to execute and deliver it on behalf of the County upon its completion.
The motion for the adoption of the foregoing resolution was duly seconded by Member Russek and, after full discussion thereof and upon a vote being taken thereon, the following voted in favor thereof: Sawatzke, Eichelberg, Jude, Mattson and Russek and the following voted against the same: None.
Brian Abrahamson 313.14
Allina Hospitals & Clinics 112.75
American Bio Medica Corp 125.84
Ancom Technical Center 788.50
Pennie Anderson 100.00
Annandale Advocate 206.43
Bachman Printing 320.57
Benton County Treasurer 2150.00
Betmar Languages, Inc. 110.70
Ralph Borell 202.33
Brown Cty Evaluation Center 980.00
Buff'N'Glo, Inc. 306.54
Buffalo Bituminous 1650.00
Buffalo Hospital 6691.25
Buffalo Hospital-OTPT Com 162.00
City Buffalo 39,334.51
Central Lock & Safe 224.75
Climate Air 9447.14
Cokato Township 487.00
Corinna Township 1110.00
Country Inn & Suites - Mankato 435.60
City Delano 2114.00
Richard Desmarais 145.18
Department of Public Safety 120.00
Sandra Dickerman 200.70
Dupont Flooring Systems 369.00
E-Z Flush 377.28
Enterprise Dispatch 184.00
Ernst General Construction, Inc. 4345.77
Facility Systems, Inc. 689.00
French Lake Township 550.60
G&K Services 1713.49
Gateway Companies, Inc. 433.07
H&H Sport Shop 116.55
City Hanover 1494.20
Chris Hanson 119.34
Heartland Acoustics 2309.79
Hillyard Floor Care Supply 4830.84
Mark Hoberg 274.98
City Howard Lake 682.00
Intoximeters, Inc. 256.48
Kemske-Oswald Co. 100.76
Greg Kramber 238.73
Lakedale Telephone Co. 463.13
LaPlant Demo, Inc. 530.65
Loberg Electric 526.81
Maple Lake Township 1224.10
City Maple Lake 1331.50
Marco Business Products 1241.51
Martin-McAllisters Consulting 913.50
Masys Corporation 2503.95
McDowall Company 1827.62
MinnComm Paging 557.87
MN Counties Computer Co-Op 1579.00
MN Gov. Finance Officers 200.00
Motorola, Inc. 2918.96
NHRA-MN State Shrma Council 390.00
Office Depot 1185.15
Oryans Conoco 130.00
Pats 66 152.00
PD Mounted Police Trining Cent 1500.00
Performance Office Papers 355.74
Photo I 582.87
Jack Purcell 100.00
Anthony Rasmuson 136.34
Reliant Energy Minnegasco 822.21
Rockford Township 1834.96
RS Eden 1164.45
Shoplifters Alternatives 1144.64
Douglas Short 169.95
SKC Communication Products 176.00
City South Haven 630.00
St. Cloud Times 224.25
City St. Michael 6430.50
State of MN-General Fund 146.41
Superior Service - Central MN 546.60
Nancy Tallman 122.56
Total Printing 1757.37
Transcor America, Inc. 840.00
Uniforms Unlimited 882.87
Verizon Wireless 1932.50
Waste Management TC West 884.45
Wessman Oil Co. 133.70
West Group Payment Center 167.21
Winsted Publishing, Inc. 601.19
Wright County Highway Dept. 1056.74
Wright Lumber & Millwork, Inc. 484.79
38 payments less than $100 1568.14
Final Total 133,011.27
The meeting adjourned at 10:55 A.M.
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