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Wright County Board Minutes
APRIL 8, 2003
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Heeter, Mattson, Eichelberg, Russek and Sawatzke present.
Mattson moved to approve the minutes of 04-01-03, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: Remove Item For Consid. #2, "Authorize 'Notice Of Award' To Nelson Construction" (Norman), Add Item For Consid. #5, "National Violence Week" (Mattson), and Item For Consid. #6, "Resolution From Sherburne County Re: Historical Oliver Kelley Farm" (Sawatzke). Russek moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0.
Russek moved to approve the Consent Agenda. Mattson requested E.1, "Request Funds To Pay For Installation Of Radio Repeater For Courthouse Security" be pulled for discussion. Russek amended his motion to approve the Consent Agenda with the exception of E.1, seconded by Sawatzke, carried 5-0. Mattson questioned whether this item had been before the Building Committee and Norman stated it had not. Mattson moved to remove E.1 from the Consent Agenda to be referred to the Building Committee, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0.
1. Performance Appraisals: l. Oestreich, Hwy.; R. Mitchell, D. Wold, Sher.; R. Bonk, VS/CD.
2. Authorize Signature On Memo Of Understanding with 49er's Union RE: Four, Ten-Hour Days.
3. Claim, Buetow, $3,580.98.
4. Claim, Scott Builders, $1,066.00.
5. Authorize Signatures On Agreement With Scott Builders For Owner's Const. Rep.
1. Tobacco Licenses: Albertville Mobil (Albertville City).
2. Approve Springsted Contract For Continuing Disclosure And/Or Arbitrage Rebate Relating To $2,515,000 General Obligation Capital Improvement Plan Bonds, Series 2003A.
1. Approve Quit Claim Deed For Turnback Of Any County Interest In Former State Highway 25 Right Of Way In City Of Monticello.
D. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
1. Refer the Following Two Items To The Building Committee, 1) Voice Data Wiring, 2) Paging.
1. Request Funds To Pay For Installation Of Radio Repeater For Courthouse Security.
David Schwarting, Sherburne County Engineer and Minnesota County Engineer Association President, recognized Wayne Fingalson, Wright County Highway Engineer for receiving the 2002 Rural County Engineer of the Year Award from the National Association of County Engineers. The National Association of County Engineers (NACE) has over 1,900 members representing 30 states and Canada. The award is presented to one rural and one urban county annually. A county with a population of less than 100,000 is considered to be rural. The award was officially presented to Fingalson March 26, 2003 at the NACE Annual Meeting and Management & Technical Conference. This award is a culmination of 28 years in county engineering with 22 years served as Wright County Engineer. A partial list of accomplishments include: initiated development of a 20 year long-range Transportation Plan, served in all offices of Minnesota County Engineers Association, including President in 1996, received Outstanding Minnesota County Engineer of the Year Award in 1997, received 1998 Government Engineer of the Year Award from the Minnesota Society of Professional Engineers, and has served as Minnesota State Director to NACE from 1999 to present. Schwarting congratulated Fingalson on the honor of receiving this prestigious award and thanked him for his support and friendship as a neighboring county engineer for the past ten years. Fingalson stated he was honored to be the recipient of the award and expressed thanks and appreciation for support from his staff noting that it is a team effort. He thanked the County Board for their help over the years noting that at times there have been challenges and disagreements but all share the common goal of striving for a safe transportation system. Lee Amundson, former Steele County Engineer and former NACE Regional Vice President, added his congratulations and mentioned work done in the home county as a main criteria of the award. Previous recipients of the award and fellow engineers, highway staff and department heads were in the audience in acknowledgment of Fingalson's award. Each of the County Commissioners offered their congratulations and appreciation for Fingalson's contributions and hard work, noting most recently his efforts in helping obtain 1.5 million in funding for the Highway 55 project. Norman extended congratulations on behalf of Wright County department heads.
On a motion by Mattson, second by Russek, all voted to approve a plat, "TWIN PEAKS," as submitted by Schmidt Land Company, a Minnesota Corporation, described in part as: Part of the W1/2 of the NE1/4, and part of the NW1/4 of the SW1/4, and part of the E 2 rods of the NE1/4 of the NW1/4, and part of the S 924 ft. of the SW1/4 of the NW1/4, all in Section 26, Township 120, Range 26; with all outstanding taxes, including green acre liability if any, having been paid; the park dedication fee has been paid (#93955); an irrevocable letter of credit for the road has been filed with the Auditor/Treasurer; and the mylars and revised title opinion prepared by Jan C. Larson, attorney, have been reviewed by Thomas C. Zins, Assistant County Attorney, who finds the plat to be ready for recording.
Mattson moved to approve a claim in the amount of $3,960.00 to J.L. Schmitz & Sons for cleaning out of Ditch #38, seconded by Russek. Both commented they inspected the ditch and the work was well done. Motion carried 5-0.
Hiivala, Auditor/Treasurer's Department, requested a public hearing be scheduled on Ditch #33 & the Wild Meadows Plat. This item was discussed at the 3-18-03 Board Meeting and laid over for additional information. Asleson stated it is a benefit to the County for water to not flow into Ditch 33 and the majority of the development will flow into the Gillard Avenue storm sewer and directly to the Mississippi River. Saxton has reviewed whether other areas have been removed from Ditch #33 over the past ten years. According to Saxton most of the areas that have funneled water through the Gillard Avenue storm sewer were not among assessed acres for Ditch #33. Asleson stated statute requires notification by publication to all interested persons. Sawatzke felt the cost for the mailing should be the developer's responsibility. Asleson stated it may be possible to also assess the cost to ditch owners but will research whether the cost can be charged to the petitioner. Sawatzke moved to set the public hearing for May 6, 2003, 10:00 A.M., seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
The claims listing was reviewed. Hiivala noted correction to the account code for payment to SWCD on Page 14 has been made on the signature copy. Mattson referenced a claim on Page 11 in excess of $24,000 for a prisoner's operation and expressed concern over continuing large medical expenditures for prisoners. He requested Norman send a letter to the Sheriff and Jail Administrator requesting information on the policy of incarceration when medical attention is needed. Sawatzke noted some counties wait until the medical issue has been addressed before commencing a sentence. Norman questioned a claim on Page 14 for 2002 Wetland Grant. Hiivala clarified the County's contribution is paid the year after receipt of the grant. Heeter moved to approve the claims as listed in the abstract, subject to audit, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
Norman stated the County Board established a HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) Workgroup several months ago. This Act requires certain agencies having access to public health information to comply with standards related to privacy and confidentiality, security and electronic transfer of public health information. Department audits were conducted and it was determined that only Human Services meets the definition of a "covered entity." Swing, IT Director, stated October 13, 2003 is the deadline for electronic data transfer compliance and that he is dealing with the automation aspects. He favors a conservative approach and to collaborate with other counties and state organizations. Mleziva gave a brief overview of the requirements. A Privacy Standards Policy has been drafted and reviewed by the Attorney's Department and needs to be approved by the County Board. It was the determination of the Workgroup that Wright County is a hybrid entity with only Human Services being a covered entity, and that the Sheriff's Department, Court Administration, etc. are business associates. In response to a question from Mattson, Asleson stated the law protects electronic transmission of data and did not see that it would affect what information Commissioners are entitled to on a need to know basis. Mleziva stated approval is also needed to approve mailing approximately 600 privacy notices. As the draft Policy is about 100 pages in length, Norman suggested the Board receive the approximately 19 pages that deal specifically with HIPAA. Asleson stated it is possible that revisions will be necessary in the future. Mattson moved to approve the Privacy Standards Policy with the determination that Wright County is a hybrid entity and Human Services a covered entity, and to authorize the privacy notice mailing, seconded by Sawatzke, carried 5-0.
Asleson, Chief Deputy Attorney, requested a public hearing be scheduled regarding name change for Twin Lake. About three years ago, a petition was received from citizens requesting a name change for Twin Lake, located in the western part of the County. It was determined that the County Board, although it supported the name change, did not have the power to do so. More recently, a bill was introduced in the Minnesota Legislature to effect a name change for the lake. A letter has been received from the DNR indicating that the Commissioner is willing to make the name change if two conditions are met: 1) that Sylvia Lake is renamed "Lake Sylvia East" or "East Sylvia Lake", and Twin Lake is renamed "Lake Sylvia West" or "West Sylvia Lake"; and 2) that the Wright County Board of Commissioners approve the above names by unanimous resolution. Due to the passage of time since the Board last dealt with this, Asleson recommended that another public hearing be scheduled to discuss possible names for the lake. Asleson will contact the Lake Association regarding required notification costs. Following discussion, Heeter moved to set a public hearing for June 3, 9:30 A.M., seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
Asleson distributed a proposed statement to be presented to the MPCA at a public information meeting April 9, 2003 regarding the County's opposition to the draft permit for Superior Landfill. The deadline for the County to submit written comments is April 22, 2003. There was discussion on how the County could best proceed. Salkowski noted the 4-22-03 deadline and that the individuals at Conestoga Rovers who were familiar with the issue are no longer at the firm. Sawatzke moved to present the statement as presented by Asleson at the 04-09-03 meeting, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0. Following further discussion there was interest in requesting an opportunity to present concerns before the MPCA Citizens Board. Eichelberg requested any costs be brought back to the Board before proceeding. Heeter suggested a dollar limit of no more than $10,000. Sawatzke suggested any costs be paid from the solid waste surcharge fund. Sawatzke moved to authorize staff to request and prepare for a hearing before the PCA Citizens Board with a budget not to exceed $10,000 from the solid waste surcharge fund, seconded by Heeter, carried 4-1, with Eichelberg voting against the motion.
A Budget Committee Of The Whole meeting was held on 4-1-03. Sawatzke summarized the minutes noting a correction on Page 3 , third paragraph, last sentence. The sentence should read, "Interest was expressed to include a tour of this area when doing the road tour." Heeter moved to approve the minutes as corrected, seconded by Russek, carried, 5-0.
Revenue from the Mortgage Registry Tax, is above projection due to refinancing and new construction. Revenues in the License Bureau are running close to projection. Over expenditures in staffing was explained as being due to temporary help filling in for two full-time employees out for medical reasons and overtime being paid rather than using compensatory time off. Professional Services expenses include a contract with a property tax vendor. Gruber felt $10,000 could be reduced from Furniture & Equipment. A Green bar printer needs to be replaced at an approximate cost of $6,000. Gruber will be requesting replacement of the postage machine at an approximate cost of $15,000 from Fund 820. Legal publishing requirements were mentioned. Gruber noted the requirement to publish the delinquent tax list twice is particularly costly. Sawatzke stated that in earlier budget meetings with departments, cuts were still at a hypothetical stage. However, now that information has been received regarding the 2003 levy limit he felt that departments need to be informed those cuts are not in effect. It was reported that according to the State Auditor's report, Wright County is the fifth lowest in the State in per capita expenditures. It was mentioned that one county was reducing work hours to 37 hours per week and the State is asking employees to take two to four weeks of voluntary leave without pay. Norman stated reduction in work hours would require notification with the Unions. The County's voluntary leave without pay program which has been in effect over the summer months for many years was mentioned as another way to reduce the budget. It is the consensus of the Board to avoid layoffs if at all possible. Fees were reviewed. Some counties charge cities for special assessments, but cities are also facing cuts. The possibility of establishing a fee for plat recording was discussed. Surrounding counties will be contact for information and time and costs involved in plat recording will be calculated. Thee was consensus to reduce the Furniture & Equipment budget by $10,000.
Publication of help wanted ads was identified as an area where future reductions could be made if the Board wished to make a change in how many newspapers ads are placed. Norman felt possibly $10,000 - $15,000 could be saved in future years and suggested reducing Publications by $5,000 for 2003 if given discretion to determine advertising. Sawatzke suggested reducing Publications to $30,000. There was consensus to reduce Temporary Personnel - $500, Furniture & Equipment - $1,000, Publications - $8,000 for a total reduction of $9,500.
Building Care & Maintenance
Norman suggested areas of possible reduction. It was decided to not reduce Utilities as rate increases are out of the County's control. There was consensus to reduce Temporary Personnel - $1,000, Repairs & Maintenance - $15,000, and Fuel for Building - $5,000 for a total reduction of $21,000.
Swing suggested the following reductions: Equipment Maintenance - $2,000, Professional Services - $4,000, and Furniture & Equipment - $2,000. The areas of Temporary Personnel and Staff Training were discussed. Swing explained that only a portion of the Staff Training budget was used in 2002 because staff was unable to get away. Heeter concurred with Swing that it is crucial for the IT staff to keep current in training. Mattson noted in previous years IT has used most of their training budget. Following discussion thee was consensus to make the following reductions: Equipment Maintenance - $2,000, Professional Services - $4,000, Furniture & Equipment - $4,000 for a total reduction of $10,000.
Hiivala distributed a handout showing a cash balance of $299,785.58 in Site Improvement and $340,992.18 in Capital Projects as of March 31, 2003, and expenditures and items that are reimbursable from the Capital Improvement bond. There was discussion regarding the Stemper property payment which is due in April. At the 3-25-03 Board Meeting action was taken to make the current year's payment out of Site Improvement and not pay off the balance because of the budget situation. Other items identified to be paid are: installation of the fence around the Sheriff's storage building, and approximately $30,000 for retrofitting the Jail windows. Norman recommended the Jail windows and Stemper payments be made out of the Capital Improvement Fund. Gruber estimated approximately $25,000 will be able to be reimbursed from Capital Improvement. Thee was consensus to reduce Site Improvement by $200,000 leaving a balance of approximately $100,000 and for the Stemper property payment and Jail windows to come out of the Capital Projects account. Norman initiated discussion on liability insurance and suggested possibly increasing the deductible from $1,000 to $5,000. He suggested an analysis be done to determine potential premium savings. Following discussion, Norman was requested to investigate the issue and make a recommendation for change if advisable. Mattson suggested the possibility of selling a parcel of County land which was an old gravel pit. Thee was discussion on location and whether it had potential for future park land. Interest was expressed to include a tour of this area when doing the road tour. There was consensus to reduce the Animal Impounding line item budgeted at $6,000 to $3,000. Allocations to the Historical Society, Fair Board, Soil Water Conservation District, Economic Development Partnership, and Great River Regional Library were discussed. Sawatzke stated legally he allocation to the GRRL cannot be reduced. Since SWCD has already received State cuts it was decided to not reduce their allocation further. Following discussion, there was consensus to reduce allocations to the Historical Society, Fair Board and Economic Development Partnership each by five percent. Norman was requested to prepare a summary calculating reductions made in all budget categories. There was consensus to include new positions on hold until October 1st in the cuts.
A Committee Of The Whole meeting was held on 4-1-03. Russek moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0. At the 3-25-03 County Board Meeting Sawatzke moved to schedule today's meeting for the purpose of creating a County position on the landfill expansion. Sawatzke stated the reasons the Board opposed the expansion have not changed and the intent of today's meeting is to discuss the best way to present that opposition for the PCA's consideration in modifying the permit. Russek and Mattson stated they continue to be opposed to the expansion because of environmental concerns. Salkowski stated the PCA has scheduled an information meeting for April 9, 2003 and has asked that the County give a brief presentation. He indicated the presentation may not need to be more than stating that the Federal Court ordered the County to issue a permit although the County was opposed because of environmental concerns. Salkowski stated April 22nd is the deadline to submit written comments and that the PCA is looking primarily for comments with a technical basis. He also mentioned the possibility of a contested case hearing or a hearing in front of the MPCA Citizens Board. Asleson concurred that written comments need to be very specific and detailed and suggested the Board might wish to obtain technical help if they intended to proceed. Tim Thornton explained the various courses of action stating that if a contested case hearing was requested and was granted by the PCA, the very specific permit terms would need to be identified and backed up with technical statements. In response to a question from Russek, Thornton stated he did not believe there was anything in the court order that would prohibit the County from presenting comment as the County was not in a decision making role. Sawatzke identified litter blowing onto adjacent property, odor, noise, seepage, slope, Big Woods and setbacks as a number of concerns. In response to a question from Sawatzke, Basgall stated the slope averages out to be 3.75 in some places and 4 in others which the State accepted because of the way it was designed. Sawatzke felt that the concerns previously mentioned can only become more problematic as the landfill height increases. Thornton recommended someone representing the County be present April 9th to remind the MPCA the situation the County is in by virtue of the court order and present general concerns the County has, indicating that those will be elaborated on through written comment by April 22nd. Mattson expressed concern with the clay liner's ability to protect the surrounding area ground water from future contamination. Thornton stated that from a quick review the liner appears to be consistent with regulations. In response to a question from Heeter, Thornton stated the PCA has completed their investigation and is at the point of taking public input. He stated that substantive points must be raised or we have no case. Technical expertise is needed to detemine if we have substantive issues. Sawatzke mentioned past violations and felt they should be a consideration. Russek expressed concern over contamination stating that it has been proven it's not known what all is brought into the landfill. There was discussion on contacting the firm of Conestoga Rovers for possible technical assistance in preparing written comments. Sawatzke raised questions on litter control methods and expressed concern about litter blowing into the Big Woods area and onto neighbors' property. He doesn't feel sending someone over to pick up the litter is an acceptable answer. Basgall stated the success of temporary wind fences depends on the people operating the facility and that the fences are moved depending on the direction of the wind. Eichelberg questioned the potential cost involved in seeking technical assistance. Thornton advised that the County needs to be committed and to be prepared to spend possibly up to $50,000 or not proceed. He stated initial costs to obtain assistance in preparing written comments would not be that great, but substantial costs could become involved if the issue were to proceed to a contested case. Salkowski mentioned the Environmental Impact Statement is 6-7 years old at this time. Kelly reiterated that the County Board is not the decision maker, but has an opportunity for input and to express to the PCA that what the County wants most is an environmentally safe facility. Sawatzke commented that littering on neighboring property has been going on for 20 years and using the same methods is going to get the same results. In response to comments by Sawatzke, Basgall stated that he hears everyone saying they want an environmentally safe landfill, that he is looking for ways to improve, and is willing to sit down, listen and try to work to resolve issues with neighbors. Mattson expressed concerns about further expansion in the future with the County held hostage. Salkowski stated the mention of landfills in the ordinance was removed by court action and they are not allowed to expand beyond the license, but that doesn't give any guarantee about the future. There was interest on the part of the Committee to contact Conestoga Rovers regarding the possibility of obtaining technical assistance from their firm and the cost involved. Thornton stated he was meeting with them the next morning and would mention the matter at that time. There was consensus that Asleson and Salkowski prepare a short statement for presentation on April 9th for review at the 4-8-03 Board Meeting, and for Thornton to discuss with Conestoga Rovers if they would be willing to meet with Davis in preparing written comments for April 22nd.
A Labor Management Loss Control Committee meeting was held on 3-12-03. Heeter moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0.
Dan Morgan, Loss Control Consultant, MCIT. Review County's Loss Control and Accident Prevention History
Mr. Morgan presented his report entitled "Safety Program & Loss Experience Review for Wright County." The Report includes an evaluation of the County's Safety Program and a comparison with other Minnesota Counties, A Workers' Compensation loss history on a County wide and individual department basis, a property and casualty loss history from a County wide and individual department basis, a listing of MCIT's loss control services and a recent property survey report. The Report provided the Committee with valuable statistical data regarding the County's loss control efforts that will be valuable in guiding the Committee in their future loss control efforts and in establishing the Committee's 2003 goals.
Brief Overview of the 2002 Wright County Safety Report - held over until next meeting.
Review of the Year 2002 Goals and Establish New Goals for 2003 - held over until next meeting.
Norman referenced the NACO Annual Conference scheduled for July 11 - 15, 2003 to be held in Milwaukee stating May 2nd is the deadline for State block room accommodations. Eichelberg expressed interest in attending. Sawatzke felt in light of the budget situation the County Board should set an example and not attend out-of-state conferences involving County dollars. He noted Norman's attendance at a conference was pulled for discussion at last week's meeting and was approved upon confirmation that all costs would be covered by MCIT. Heeter felt conference attendance is valuable, but concurred with Sawatzke. Mattson was also opposed. Russek stated he was not interested in attending, but did not have a problem with Eichelberg's attendance. Heeter moved that the Wright County Board not participate in the NACO Conference this year, seconded by Mattson, carried 4-1 with Eichelberg voting against the motion.
Russek moved to adopt Resolution #03-25 requesting the Commissioner of Transportation to make the necessary investigation to determine the reasonable and safe speed on CSAH 17 from the South County Line to TH12 (in the City of Delano), approximately 4.77 miles in length, seconded by Mattson. Motion carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Mattson referenced a display table in the Government Center lobby in regard to National Violence Week noting that violence is a national problem and prevalent on tv, professional sports and all areas of society. This was provided as an information item.
Sawatzke stated he received a call from Sherburne County Commissioner Engstrom regarding closing the Oliver H. Kelley Historical Farm due to Minnesota Historical Society budget cuts. Engstrom requested the Wright County Board pass a resolution in support of striving to keep the Oliver H. Kelley Farm open. Russek moved to adopt Resolution #03-26 in support of keeping the Kelley Farm open, seconded by Sawatzke. There was support for adopting the resolution, however, concern was expressed by Russek and Mattson procedurally in terms of adding the resolution to the agenda. Asleson stated the legal requirement is for an open meeting and for copies to be available. Motion carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
ACS Government Information Ser 181.25
Albertville Body Shop, Inc. 2648.28
American Business Forms 1577.65
American Pressure, Inc. 1255.08
AMI Imaging Systems, Inc. 1365.44
Ancom Technical Center 697.10
Andersen, Earl, Inc. 12,167.63
Annandale Rock Products 13,324.00
Annandale Tactical Training Ce 1050.00
Auto Glass Center, Inc. 277.66
B&D Plumbing & Heating 159.31
Bakeberg, George 438.56
Bauman, Lawrence 816.28
Beckius Truck Repair, Inc. 403.06
Bowman Distribution 344.73
BP Amoco 168.76
Buffalo Hospital-OTPT Commerci 318.60
Buffalo City 661.17
Case Credit 236.72
Catco Parts Service 627.78
CDW Government, Inc. 11,587.36
Centra Sota Lake Region LLC 15,530.81
Central Lock & Safe 202.25
Climate Air 4358.43
Collins Brothers Towing 638.67
Computer Training Internationl 426.50
Crescent Electric Supply Co. 1278.80
Diers, Carter 503.67
Douglas, Ralph 413.00
Emergency Physicians Professio 192.00
Ernst, Debbie 110.88
Facility Systems, Inc. 162.31
Farrell, Joyce 375.00
Feddema, Tom 121.32
Fingalson, Wayne 876.55
Force America, Inc. 538.45
Gholson, Janet 198.72
W Grainger, Inc. 469.77
Gruber, Douglas 402.84
Heeter, Karla 246.96
Hennepin County Medical Center
Hennepin County Sheriff 103.60
Hewlett Packard Company 2979.87
Hinckley Chevrolet 13,983.40
IBM Corporation 115.00
Info Logic 1445.00
Interstate All Battery Center 686.97
Interstate Battery Sys of Mpls 242.66
Kandiyohi Cty Sheriffs Departm 203.00
Kirscht, Bernard 403.28
LaPlant Demo, Inc. 1228.98
Larson Distributing 5616.81
Law Enforcement Targets, Inc. 1240.04
Lawson Products, Inc. 137.21
Lieb, William 293.92
Lund Industries, Inc. 506.00
MR Sign Company, INc. 15,586.40
Maple Lake Lumber Company 355.74
Marco Business Products 3764.23
Marks Standard Parts 1982.14
Minnesota Spring & Suspension 479.25
MN Alcohol Traffic Safety Assn 370.00
MN Counties Computer Co-op 3376.89
MN Counties Ins. Trust 100.00
MN Highway Safety and Research
Monticello Ford Mercury, Inc. 3274.45
MSC Industrial Supply Co., Inc. 208.09
Mumford Sanitation 140.03
Norman, Richard 292.72
Office Depot 2381.02
Pederson, David 341.04
Performance Office Papers 526.64
Pizza Hut 139.23
PSC Supply 214.19
Qualification Targets 158.92
Ramada Plaza Suites Fargo 166.40
Record Preservation, Inc. 311.15
Reds Auto Electric 140.20
Reese, Genell 128.92
Royal Tire, Inc. 1820.81
Scharber & Sons, Inc. 130.69
Schermann, Robert 143.96
Schmidt, Donald 380.96
Star Tribune 544.90
State of MN Intertech Group 2062.70
Stoll, Brian 212.40
Tab Products Co. 4832.36
Thermal Technologies, Inc. 2063.40
Total Printing 3738.79
Treichler, Matthew 203.70
Truk-Mate Toppers, Inc. 531.44
Tuttle, Mark 324.50
United Rentals 204.23
Waste Management TC West 687.90
West Group Payment Center 516.31
Westside Equipment 698.46
Wright County Auditor-Treas. 699.50
Wright County Journal Press 182.16
Wright Soil & Water Cons. Dist. 56,000.00
50 payments less than $100 $40,162.87
Final Total $299,017.06
The meeting was adjourned at 11:13 A.M.