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Wright County Board Minutes

JANUARY 28, 2003

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

The following correction was made to the minutes of 1-21-03: Page 1, 7th paragraph, 6th sentence, should read, "With the projected clean out, the material may have to be hauled to another site and disposed of." (Sawatzke). Mattson moved to approve the minutes as corrected, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.

Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: Item For Consid. #4, "Reschedule Budget Committee Of The Whole Meeting" (Norman); Item For Consid. #5, "County Day At The Capitol" (Eichelberg). Heeter moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded by Russek, carried unanimously.

On a motion by Russek, second by Mattson, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. Eichelberg referenced Consent Item B2 and said that all residents have been hooked up and are operational with the exception of three who do not have electrical service (electrical service is the liability of the resident).

A. ADMINISTRATION

1. Performance Appraisals: J. Tazelaar, Ext.; S. Doyle, Sheriff.

2. O/T Report, Period Ending 1-17-03.

3. Approve Indirect Cost Allocation Plan Contract; Authorize Signatures.

4. Set Labor/Management Loss Control Committee Meeting For 3-12-03 @ 9:00 A.M.

5. Employee Turnover Rate.

B. ASSESSOR

1. Approve Abatement, PIN #101-045-007190, Timothy & Carol Dorland (City of Albertville).

C. AUDITOR/TREASURER

1. Tobacco License: Circle C Convenience Center (Montrose City).

2. Claim, McCombs Frank Roos Assoc, Inc., $12,227.50, Fund 61-820-6261, Professional Services, Lake Charlotte/Lake Martha Sewer Project.

D. COURT ADMINISTRATION

1. Acknowledge Hire, Stacylee Stein, Court Attendant, Eff. 2-3-03 (Class B, Step 2).

E. COURT SERVICES

1. Acknowledge Resignation, Kevin Titus, Agent, Eff. 2-12-03 & Authorize Replacement.

F. PLANNING & ZONING

1. Accept The Findings & Recommendations Of The Planning Commission For The Following Rezonings:

A. Approve Request To Rezone From AG & S-2 To R-2a & S-2, Harold R. Beckala (Cokato Twp.).

B. Approve Establishment Of A Rural Planned Unit Development District, William Metz (Franklin Twp.).

G. SHERIFF

1. Authorize Signatures On Department Of Safety Violence Prevention Grant.

Bob Hiivala, Chief Deputy Auditor, presented the claims listing for approval. An additional claim was added to the listing, payable to Elections Systems Software, $8,745.11, for election materials. Russek moved to approve the claims as listed in the abstract, including the claim to Elections System Software, subject to audit. The motion was seconded by Mattson and carried 5-0.

A Building Of The Whole meeting was held on 1-21-03. At today's meeting, the date of the minutes was changed from "1-21-02" to "1-21-03." Hiivala referenced the recommendation on the Capital Improvement Plan and Bonding and inquired to what level would they be authorized to proceed. Richard Norman, County Coordinator, said it would be the figure reflected in the Capital Improvement Plan. Russek moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0:

Discuss Potential Building Purchase. This issue was reconvened from the January 7, 2003 meeting. Kramber reported the property under review for possible purchase is zoned I1 and is located in a TIF district. Asleson stated recorded documents have been examined. He noted there does not appear to be any restriction for a government facility in an I1 zone. There was general discussion on long-term space needs for the Jail, Public Works, and the Government Center. It was suggested that Jail facilities/space be discussed at an upcoming Quad County Meeting. Other potential expansion sites were mentioned. Asleson will investigate the disposition of County property and whether a land exchange would be allowable. Recommendation: The meeting was recessed until January 28, 2003 at 1:30 P.M. for interested members of the Committee to tour the property proposed for purchase. Kramber will contact the realtor to schedule the tour.

Capital Improvement Plan and Bonding. This item was reconvened from the January 14, 2003 meeting. The Committee toured the building to view areas where carpeting and wallcovering is proposed to be replaced separate from the remodeling project. Concrete surfaces needing repair/replacement were also inspected. The Assessor requested a wall in the Assessor's Office be removed to allow for additional work stations. Following the tour discussion continued on relocation of offices during remodeling and related costs. Hayes stated heat pump controls will cost approximately $40,000 and will be handled separately from the remodeling project in order to ensure compatibility with the current system. It was requested that there be clarification with the Architect on specific locations of carpet and wallcovering replacement included in the remodeling project. Recommendation: Authorize the Auditor/Treasurer to proceed with bonding according to the Capital Improvement Plan.

A Detention Facility Committee meeting was held on 1-22-03. The following correction was made to the minutes: 3rd paragraph, 1st sentence should read: "Recommendation: Have DLR Group update their 2000 projections." The minutes and discussion at today's meeting follows:

Discuss Projections From DLR Group. Sheriff Miller stated the Detention Space Planning Study was completed by DLR Group in 2000. The belief is that we are far ahead of their projections. He stated that if we are going to continue to board prisoners elsewhere, we should have a 5 or 10 year plan. Benton County has just signed a contract with the State to house some of their work release prisoners. This diminishes our options for boarding elsewhere. Mattson stated that the jail issue should be on the next Quad Counties agenda for discussion. Torfin said the Carver County Sheriff Department is conducting a survey of all counties to determine available bed space state-wide. Miller said his opinion is that long term boarding of prisoners is not the answer. Recommendation: Have DLR Group update their 2000 projections. Fund this out of Budget 820, Professional Services. Agenda this issue at the next Quad County meeting. Have Torfin contact Carver County to see when their survey will be completed. Work at developing a Wright County Detention Plan.

At today's meeting, Sawatzke referenced the four recommendations which came from Committee and said he supported the last three but not the first one. He felt that projections of inmate population for the Jail could be estimated by staff instead of hiring DLR. With regard to the State housing prisoners in Benton County, Sawatzke said this would not prohibit Wright County from also housing prisoners there. This issue will be discussed at the next Quad County meeting on 4-29-03. Mattson said the Committee felt DLR should update their projections with 2000 census figures. Sawatzke moved to approve the last three recommendations of the Committee but not the first recommendation, seconded by Heeter, carried 4-1 with Mattson casting the nay vote. Mattson moved to approve the Detention Facility Committee minutes, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.

Tom Salkowski, Planning & Zoning Administrator, brought forth a recommendation to accept the findings and recommendations of the Planning Commission for the following rezoning: Ralph Goelz (Maple Lake Twp.) Planning Commission recommends on a 6/1 vote to establish a rural Planned Unit Development (PUD) District. The property was rezoned to A/R (ag/residential) with approval by the County Board in October, 2002. The process started nearly a year ago with the Planning Commission when it was proposed to rezone the property to R1 (1 acre lots). The City was opposed to that. After that, the applicant came back with a proposal to both the Township and County for A/R with a PUD. The Planning Commission held hearings in December and January. The concept of the PUD is that the vast majority of the property will stay in Ag and not be developed at this time. The idea is for the land to be developed to City standards once the City of Maple Lake expands that far. The first phase of the development would create five new lots on existing roads (3 on Furman Avenue between two existing lots and 2 on CR #8 on either side of what will be the new road). The second phase will include the building of 68th Street and 7 lots adjacent to Ney Park along the northern edge of the property. The first phase will include park dedication of a trail along CR #8. Salkowski understood the long-term plan is to connect Ney Park with the City and other trails. The second phase will include dedication of land to the County labeled as Outlot A in the plans, which includes lakeshore along Lake Mary adjacent to Ney Park. At least one more public hearing will be held for preliminary plat approval at the Planning Commission. Drainage was a large issue addressed, especially due to the rains experienced last year. Lake Mary residents were concerned with water runoff. Salkowski referenced correspondence received from Lake Mary residents dated 1-27-03 where opinions and recommendations of Kerry Saxton, SWCD, were questioned. Salkowski said the area was studied and the vast majority of the water in this area drains south to Maple Lake. The properties which will drain to Lake Mary include the three proposed lots on the hill and the two on CR #8. Salkowski referenced a statement in Saxton's letter which stated that, in his opinion, flooding on Lake Mary would not have been worsened if this development had been in place last year. The Planning Commission will review drainage issues at their February 20th meeting.

Russek said that the Planning Commission approved of the request for the lots on the north side of the property as Ney Park was a natural stop for any Maple Lake expansion. Most of the land will remain ag and if the City expands, they can develop up to that point. Heeter questioned whether the lots located on the bluff will come with lake access. Salkowski said Outlot A will be given to the County Park and so none of those residents will be owning lakeshore. The final plat will be presented for Board approval. Salkowski said if Outlot A were not included in the final plat, that he would start the hearing process over again. Outlot A is unbuildable and Lake Mary residents were concerned that trees may be removed from the lot. Salkowski explained that Outlot A will be given to the Parks as part of the 2nd Phase. The Attorney's Office is working on language to ensure that the Parks doesn't receive a piece of property without trees.

Relative to the use of the property for the trail system, Marc Mattice, Parks Administrator, said the City of Maple Lake has received a TEA 21 grant for construction of a trail connecting the City to Ney Park along CR #8. As part of the process, Salkowski and Mattice worked closely with the Parks Board and Planning Commission for trail ROW easements and deeding of Outlot A. If the request today is denied, the trail could still be built along the road ROW.

Mattson voiced concern with water problems two years ago on the Provo property located on the south side of CR #40 and inquired whether this was addressed as part of the process. Salkowski said the water should not drain toward that property. Any change that might occur would be associated with the lots next to Ney Park. There is a storm water detention pond proposed at this location. More detailed draining and grading plans were available for review and the opinion of the SWCD is that this will meet the requirements to hold and treat water. If two property owners have a dispute about water drainage, Salkowski felt that was an issue to be resolved between them. The drainage problems may have been there for many years. He said the County's job is to make sure things do not get worse. Russek said that the natural watershed is to the South and that cannot be altered.

Heeter referenced a letter dated 8-7-02 from the City reflecting their concern that this development was premature and not orderly. Salkowski said that this letter was received early in the process, before the plan being reviewed today. He felt the letter was in reaction to the previous plan which made the entire area one-acre lots.. He said the Mayor attended hearings held in the Fall. Although he could not say the City was overly enthused, he felt they were more pleased than before. The Wright County Plan identifies this area as a major growth area. The Township felt that it would be overly strict to not allow anything until the City develops this area. Salkowski said it was a compromise. Russek stated that the Planning Commission does not plan for the City but rather for the Township. The Township approved of the request and the Planning Commission tried to protect the City as best they could. Salkowski said there will be no more development beyond this request until the City expands. The remaining land has been restricted and the only thing which would change this is annexation or a future County Board decision. Heeter felt the City's letter reflected concern about leapfrogging and concern about building on the northerly portion of the property. Mattson said he would vote against the motion as he felt the Planning Commission did not listen to Provo's concerns. Russek moved to accept the findings and recommendations of the Planning Commission for the following rezoning: Ralph Goelz (Maple Lake Twp.) Planning Commission recommends on a 6/1 vote to establish a Rural Planned Unit Development District, seconded by Sawatzke. In response to a question by Sawatzke, Salkowski said the option is between this request and the property being developed into 10 are lots with loss of the park land. Salkowski said there will be no more development beyond this plat and the size of the lots will restrict building sizes. The Planning Commission may also impose other restrictions. The motion carried 3-2 with Mattson and Heeter casting the nay votes.

Marc Mattice, Parks Administrator, said Willard Kreitlow has resigned from the Parks Commission after 42 years of service. The Board spoke highly of Kreitlow and expressed appreciation for his service. Russek moved to accept Kreitlow's resignation, seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0. Russek moved to nominate Kevin Bergquist to the Parks Commission to fill the At-Large position, seconded by Sawatzke. If another district position comes up for appointment, Russek offered to move Bergquist to his district appointment and make available the At-Large position for another appointment. The At-Large position does not have a term limit, whereas the other members have a three-year term limit. The motion carried 5-0.

Discussion followed on the Parks Commission recommendations:

Public Polling. Chisago, Isanti and Sherburne Counties have expressed interest in a cooperative public polling project. Commitment of funds by each County was to be brought back to this group at the end of January. The Parks Commission felt that utilizing Park Dedication funds would be unwise as this money is earmarked for land acquisition. The Parks Commission voted in favor of researching alternative methods of obtaining public input, such as an online survey. At today's Board meeting, Heeter moved to proceed with public polling in a low cost fashion, seconded by Sawatzke, carried 5-0.

Plat Dedication On Ralph Goelz Plat. This issue was addressed at today's meeting during the discussion led by Salkowski.

Fee Schedule. The Parks Commission voted in favor of leaving the fees "as is" for 2003 and to revise the fee schedule after the State has made changes for 2004. Russek moved to support the Parks Commission recommendation, seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0.

A Transportation Committee Of The Whole (TCOTW) meeting was held on 1-10-03. A summary of the minutes and action at today's meeting follows:

Review & Recommend Projects for Submittal to ATP for FY 2006-County Projects. A formula (similar to the ATP's) was used by the Highway Department to determine which projects should be recommended for funding. Criteria include such information as crash history and condition of the pavement/roadway. Before a project is considered, it must be part of the County's Five-Year or Ten-Year Plan. CSAH 19 (4-lane highway between Albertville and St. Michael) was placed at the top of the list. The County will use bonding or local levy money in the amount of $50,000/year. Recommendation: Improvement plans for CSAH 19 (from 57th St. to TH 241) and for the CSAH 40 bridge (at the Stearns County line) will be submitted as candidates for TEA 21 funding, upon formal approval by the County Board at its next scheduled meeting, January 14, 2003.

Marc Weigle, St. Michael Community Development Director, expressed interest in the CSAH 19 improvement plans. The City of St. Michael has received federal money to build a sidewalk/pathway along CSAH 19. He also expressed interest in working with the County in planning improvements for CSAH 19 at the intersection of TH 241 and CSAH 35. The City has taken steps to acquire properties on the southwest corner so that improvements made will allow for separate left-hand turn lanes on CSAH 19. St. Michael plans to submit this project for consideration of TEA 21 funds but Weigle would like to meet with the County and discuss whether it would be prudent to include these intersection improvements on the plan. The City needs the improvement now but to tie it to the larger improvement plan may result in funding being turned down. Weigle, SRF staff and Fingalson will meet to discuss the best approach to obtain funding for improvements at this intersection. At today's meeting, Fingalson said they have since decided that separate proposals for funding will be submitted.

Discuss Bridge Funding Agreement with City of St. Michael Representatives. A previous TCOTW recommendation was discussed which read, "The Committee offered to adopt the plan that includes the full intersection on the condition that St. Michael pay $200,000 for the wider bridge, plus 18% of the engineering fees. St. Michael will put this on the Council agenda for 1-8-02." At the 1-10-03 TCOTW meeting, the City requested the County to consider reducing St. Michael's share if the County receives additional grant monies or if the bid for bridge replacement comes in lower than first estimated. Fingalson did not know if more bonding will be available and recommended the Board stand behind their original recommendation. Recommendation: It was the consensus of the Committee that the original recommendation, made on 12-19-01, by the TCOTW, and approved by the Wright County Board on 1-8-02, that St. Michael pay $200,000 for the wider bridge (over the Crow River on CSAH 22), plus 18% of the engineering fees, be submitted back to the City of St. Michael for their review and approval as part of the original agreement.

Review & Recommend Projects for Submittal to ATP for FY 2006-Enhancement Projects:

a. City of Clearwater. Representatives of the River Country Bike Group stated funding for the establishment of a trail along the edge of the City of Clearwater was not approved last year. They felt this was due to the plan not being a "regional" plan. They would like to accomplish this by modifying the plan so the trail runs to Warner Park in Stearns County. Stearns County is not ready to commit funds at this time but supports the concept. The plan could be broken into four different phases, the first being to develop a trail in the City of Clearwater proposed to be constructed with 2006 funding. No County funding will be required for Phase One-just a resolution of support so that application can be made for funding. Phase One can be independent of the other Phases. Eichelberg and Mattson supported Phase One and would consider reviewing the other phases in other funding years. At today's County Board meeting, Fingalson said the Board took action on this at their 1-14-03 meeting.

b. City of Maple Lake. Last year the City received TEA-21 funding for the purchase of right of way and the construction of a trail system from the north City limits to Ney Park in 2005. This year they propose that additional trail development be approved to expand the trail system to the swimming beach on the east side of the City, to include revamping the beach area and improvements to the parking area. The City requests a resolution of support from the County which does not require financial support from them. Recommendation: It was the consensus of the TCOTW to recommend two applications for submittal to the ATP for FY 2006 enhancement funding, one by the City of Clearwater and one by the City of Maple Lake. It was their further recommendation that the project application submitted by the City of Clearwater receive the top priority for approval. At today's County Board meeting, Fingalson said the Board took action on this at their 1-14-03 meeting.

Discuss 30 MPH Speed Zone Study, Use of Rumble Strips. Discussion involved the intersection of CSAH 37 & CSAH 8, where CSAH 37 comes to a "T" from the east. There have been several accidents and also reports of vehicles ending up in the front yard of the house that is just west of the "T". A vehicle has collided with the house. Judith Kelly, Maple Lake City Council, presented a two-part request, 1) speed bumps and 2) a lower speed limit. Only Mn/DOT can set speed limits or perform speed studies. The result of the 1994 study was to set the statutory speed limit on that portion of CSAH 37 at 55 mph. The only change that has occurred since 1994 in that portion of the road is the addition of 8-foot paved shoulders and the construction of a building somewhat away from the right of way. Mn/DOT provided a list of all reported crashes and said six vehicles have continued through this "T" intersection and have hit either the house or the tree in the front yard. In all instances the conditions were foggy. Steve Mooney, Maple Lake City Council, said the City believes an advance warning is needed as drivers feel the distance is greater than it is before the stop sign. The rumble strips will be reground and a pavement message has been added. A "Stop Ahead" sign is in place. Mn/DOT was recently contacted and it appears a speed limit change would be unlikely. Maple Lake officials expressed concern for student safety. The response was that the County is bound by the last speed study until it is changed by Mn/DOT. Recommendation: Highway Department staff will contact Mn/DOT to see if they can meet with local officials in the near future.

Discuss Sharing of Salt/Sand Shed between Cities and Wright County. The City of Cokato has been directed by the DNR to improve its salt storage area and has looked at purchasing the easement next to the current Wright County Salt Storage Facility located in Cokato. The City purchases salt from the County and Mattson wanted to see if an arrangement could be developed to share the current County facility. All agreed that it doesn't make sense for the City to build a new shed next to the current County shed. The current site does not have enough space for a new facility and the purchase of an easement from the County would be required. Waverly is in a similar position of needing to store salt and sand. Fingalson said from the standpoint of location it makes sense to share facilities with the City. In the interest of fairness if this approach is considered, they must be prepared to work out agreements with other cities if they are requested to do so. The County had to purchase a scale type of loader at the Public Works site in Buffalo as there were disagreements on load sizes. Setting up a system to keep track of materials and where they go would present the biggest challenge. Other considerations would be freight to haul to individual storage areas and maintaining an adequate supply. Equipment and liability issues would need to be addressed. Recommendation: The consensus of the TCOTW is to look at this issue, see if there are any partnership solutions for the Cokato situation, and try to determine if it will be possible for the County to work with other Cities and Townships for this same situation.

Adopt-A-Highway Program. Sawatzke was interested in discussing and reviewing the various policies. The program was established in Wright County in 1991. The County chose to adopt a variation of the Mn/DOT program, with two exceptions: 1) signs would not be installed, and 2) maintenance forces would not pick up filled trash bags from along the roads. A certificate is prepared and presented to the group or person who has followed guidelines for a certain length of time. Names of people and/or groups are published annually in the local papers. In 1995, the Board voted 3-2 not to place signs of recognition along highways. The Committee discussed sign size and a sign being installed after participation for a certain time period. If signs were installed for current groups on the program, the cost would be approximately $17,000. Recommendation: It was the consensus of the TCOTW to form a committee to discuss the possibility of sign recognition and partnering with community organizations to share or eliminate County expenses that would result. Members should be Heeter (Chair), Sawatzke, Leinonen, and Cordell. At today's meeting, Fingalson was directed to survey other counties to find out the size of signs used, type of wording, whether one or two posts are used, and maintenance costs. Approval of the TCOTW minutes will form the Adopt-A-Highway Committee. Fingalson is to work with the Administration Office on the establishment of meeting dates and posting notice of the meeting.

Discuss Turnback of a Portion of CR 117 to City of Monticello. The City has approached the County to discuss the future of CR 117. Major development is planned for this road and the City's proposals for accesses do not fit within the County guidelines. The City is considering benefits of a four-lane highway in this area and inquired how much the County would contribute to this road improvement. Fingalson suggested the City take over CR 117 so they can make their own decisions on accesses and road use. The road may be due for an overlay and the County could reimburse the City for a two inch overlay if they take over the road before that is done (estimated cost of $40,000 for the 0.635 mile stretch between School Blvd. and Chelsea Avenue). CR 117 is not scheduled for an overlay at this time but regular repairs are on the schedule. Fingalson said that it would be fair to pay for the overlay if the City takes it over, but didn't feel that County maintenance would be necessary, and the Committee was in consensus with this approach. Recommendation: It was the consensus of the TCOTW to have the County Engineer meet with City of Monticello officials and develop a Turnback Agreement to be approved by both the County and the City.

At today's meeting, Russek moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Russek. Mattson is to contact Cokato to determine whether they are required to meet any deadline relating to their salt storage area. The TCOTW minutes were change on page 7, 1st paragraph, 1st sentence to read, "The City of Cokato has been directed by the DNR to improve its salt storage area (next to Sucker Creek) and has looked at purchasing the easement next to the current Wright County Salt Storage Facility located in Cokato." The motion carried 5-0.

Correspondence was received from the City of Albertville requesting a letter stating that the County does not wish to grant its own property tax abatement for the CSAH 19 reconstruction project in the City of Albertville. Brian Asleson, Chief Deputy Attorney, said he attended several meetings in December on how the project would be funded. The County's intent is not to participate in the tax abatement process but would fund $50,000/year for ten years. The City plans to grant tax abatements in the amount of $1,500,000 over 15 years. By statute, in order for the City to grant tax abatements for more than 10 years, the City must receive written notice from the County formally declining participation in the tax abatement project. Sawatzke moved to authorize the Administration Office to send back correspondence declining participation, seconded by Russek, carried unanimously.

A Personnel Committee meeting was held on 1-22-03. Russek moved to approve the minutes as presented, seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0:

Performance Appraisal - Larry Unger, Recorder. Based on review of four performance appraisals submitted, the Committee recommends an overall rating of "Exceptional."

Norman requested that a Building Committee Of The Whole Meeting be scheduled. As per the Architect, the Agenda will include: 1) Presentation Of Construction Documents; Approval Of Construction Document Phase, Including Material Finish Recommendations; 2) Request To Release Construction Documents; 3) Project Construction Sequence Plan; 4) Project Bidding Schedule; 5) Bid Alternate Recommendations. Russek moved to schedule a Building Committee Of The Whole meeting on 2-4-03 at 1:00 P.M., seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0.

Norman requested that the Budget Committee Of The Whole Meeting scheduled for today at 10:30 A.M. be cancelled and rescheduled as the Auditor is unavailable. Sawatzke moved to cancel today's meeting and reschedule it for 2-11-03 at 1:00 P.M., seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0.

Discussion followed on scheduling a County Day At The Capitol. Norman said that last year, the Board decided to contact the Legislative Delegation when they were in St. Paul for the AMC Legislative Meetings in March. He felt this may be more timely as the next forecast comes out the last week of February and made public the first week of March. The AMC Legislative Conference will be held March 26-27, 2003. Norman was directed to contact the Quad Counties and see what dates they are considering.

Bills Approved

Advanced Systems Concepts 925.00

Albion Township 1247.80

AMI Imaging Systems, Inc. 10,650.00

Ancom Technical Center 149.10

Anoka County Juvenile Center 310.00

Assn. of Metropolitan Cty. Offic 220.00

AT&T 121.19

Bakeberg, George 186.72

Barker, Bob Co. 502.37

Beaudry Propane, Inc. 1721.04

Best, Inc. 4987.90

Buff'N'Glo, Inc. 145.00

Buffalo Clinic 114.00

Cabelas 282.94

Cardiac Science 2174.40

Central Lock & Safe 268.50

Chatham Township 889.90

Clearwater Township 944.50

Cokato Township 1205.40

Corinna Township 1085.00

City Delano 4718.50

Franklin Denn 276.52

Election Systems & Software In 8745.11

Exxon Mobil 402.63

First State Tire Recycling 615.66

Franklin Township 2628.10

French Lake Township 467.00

GCS Service, Inc. 417.20

General Pallet, Inc. 330.00

Grafix Shoppe 380.21

Greif Brothers Corporation 1225.26

Gruber, Douglas 326.67

Hanover City 1289.80

Hickorytech-Wireless 143.30

Hillyard Floor Care Supply 225.02

LaPlant Demo, Inc. 579.00

Lund Industries, Inc. 1143.27

Marco Business Products 753.51

Marlin Leasing Corporation 1069.86

Marysville Township 3114.20

Masys Corporation 2050.00

McCombs Frank Roos Associates

12,227.50

Middleville Township 1203.70

MinnComm Paging 2346.48

Minnesota Bookstore 213.00

MN Assn for Court Administrati 100.00

MN Sheriffs Association 1250.00

Monticello Township 2532.70

Office Depot 506.16

Pakor, Inc. 111.65

Phillips Petroleum Company 838.45

Record Preservation, Inc. 173.23

Rockford Township 2543.50

Rockford City 2492.20

RS Eden 1105.45

Brenda Shald & Associates 1334.80

Sherwin Williams 164.06

Shoplifters Alternatives 2250.00

Southside Township 601.20

St. Michael City 4039.60

State of MN Intertech Group 366.90

Sterling Drug 719.03

Total Printing 1075.71

Unger, Larry 320.95

Uniforms Unlimited 624.78

Verizon Wireless 306.42

Waverly City 430.40

West Group Payment Center 463.18

36 payments less than $100 1568.19

Final Total 100,941.82

The meeting adjourned at 10:40 A.M.


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