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Wright County Board Minutes

JULY 15, 2003

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

Russek moved to approve the minutes of 7-1-03, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0.

Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: Item For Consideration #4, "RC&D" (Russek). Heeter stated that the Special Board Meeting which was to be held at 12:00 P.M. to tour Chamness Technology in Iowa has been cancelled. Heeter moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.

The Consent Agenda was discussed. A correction was made to Item D, #1C, to include the name of the applicant, Wurm-Paumen Properties, LLC (Salkowski). On a motion by Russek, second by Sawatzke, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda as amended:


1. Performance Appraisals: H. Becker, J. Uecker, Aud.; M. Olson, Ct. Admin.; T. Hackenmueller, Hwy.; J. Eaton, J. Hinton, Sheriff.

2. O/T Report, Period Ending 6-20-03.

3. O/T Report, Period Ending 7-04-03.

4. Claim, Nelson Construction, $179,700.10.

5. Acknowledge Termination, Dan Wines, Custodian, Eff. 7-7-03; Refer Authorization Of Replacement To The Personnel Committee.

6. Approve Change Order #2, Fire Alarm System, $30,523.00.

7. Claim, Frank Madden, $1,738.56.

8. Claim, Facility Systems, $7,970.24.


1. Adjust Assessor Budget Line Items 055-6104, 055-6203 and 055-6621.


1. On Sale Liquor License Renewal: "THE MONTE CLUB" (Monticello Twp.).


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

A. Approve Request To Rezone From A/R & S-2 To R-2a & S-2, John Magnussen (Rockford Twp.).

B. Approve Request To Rezone From AG To R-1, Philip Peters (Rockford Twp.).

C. Approve Request To Rezone Just The Area Shown, Riparian Lots, From AG & S-2 To R-1 & S-2, Wurm-Paumen Properties, LLC.


1. Refer Discussion Of Conference Room Furnishings To The Building Committee.

Doug Gruber, Auditor/Treasurer, presented a plat for approval. On a motion by Mattson, seconded by Russek, all voted to approve a plat, "MOORE LAKE MEADOWS," as submitted by Patricia R. Hopkins, Trust, dated August 18, 1995, a Minnesota Trust, fee owner of the following property described in part as: Gov Lot 3, Sec. 1, Twp. 119, Rge. 25; with all outstanding taxes, including green acre liability, if any, having been satisfied; the park dedication fee has been paid (#95474); there are no new roads involved; and the title opinion prepared by Jan C. Larson, attorney, has been reviewed by Thomas C. Zins, Assistant County Attorney, who finds the plat to be ready for recording based upon a quit claim deed that deeds the entire contract interest on the platted property from Tamra K. and Arthur B. Otten to the trust of Patricia R. Hopkins.

Gruber requested a Deferred Compensation Meeting be scheduled for the purpose of meeting with one of the vendors to discuss how funds are dispersed. Heeter moved to schedule the meeting for 7-23-03 at 9:00 A.M., seconded by Sawatzke, carried 5-0.

On a motion by Mattson, second by Russek, all voted to approve the purchase of a tax forfeit parcel, PID #110-500-063304, by the City of Maple Lake. The parcel will be sold for the minimum bid price and is not intended for public use. The property is located east of the United Power Plant.

Gruber said that before the $2.5 million in bonds were issued for the remodeling project, some claims were paid out of Budget 820. The request is to transfer:

From To

Fund 34, Capital Budget 820, 6261


$76,231.01 $76,231.01


Fund 34, Capital Budget 820, 6605


$23,697.68 $23,697.68

A breakdown of the claims and account numbers was included. A resolution was passed previously by the Board allowing for the transfer. Russek moved to approve the transfers as requested, seconded by Heeter,carried 5-0. Also included was a breakdown of claims totaling $55,065.43 that should be charged against Line Item 6604, GIS. This will be corrected on the next Revenue/Expenditure Guidelines and was provided as an informational item.

An update was provided on County Ditch #33. Gruber, Sawatzke, and Saxton reviewed the area last Fall and this Spring. There is a 24" tile running at 1/3 capacity. Water is also flowing along side the tile causing erosion back approximately 100 feet. Gruber has received complaints from landowners both above and below the area of concern. The Board had previously authorized solicitation of the quotes. Gruber consulted the Attorney's Office and it was determined that up to $50,000 could be expended without conducting a public hearing. Sawatzke said they had anticipated digging in the area to assist with faster drainage to allow the installation of a new tile. With the recent rainfalls this has not been completed. Caution must be used however, so we don't cause flooding downstream. He cited five properties which are being substantially impacted. Gruber said Saxton suggested placing a plastic tile along the current tile through the field. He felt bids would be sought from the point they started to open up last year to 90th Street. A screen will be installed so the tile can run at full capacity. Sawatzke felt that a new tile may be able to handle the water flow once the corrective measures have been taken and the water recedes. Gruber thought there are approximately 100 properties on the ditch and estimated the highest payment at about $4000, if lump payments are made. Contractors will be contacted. This was provided as an update as authorization to obtain quotes was included with a past motion.

The MCCC (MN Counties Computer Cooperative) Tax User Group plans to purchase the Property Tax System (PTS) from the current vendor. The current maintenance contract for the 50 member counties using PTS expires 12-31-05, so the Group plans to use an RFP process to obtain competitive bids on maintenance and support of existing software. Gruber explained that the vote on whether to purchase the source code will occur on 7-30-03. The cost is $1,500,000 or $30,000/county payable over two years. By purchasing this code, the Group would have the ability to proceed to the RFP process. There are currently about ten counties on PTS. Wright County was one of the first three to implement the program last year. Although there have been some trying times with the implementation, staff in Wright County support the program. Bill Swing, IT Director, felt the Group's movement on this issue was an incident in time. He did not see any compelling reason to vote for purchase of the source code. Gruber and Swing did not recommend supporting this action. A meeting was held with Stearns County and they will recommend to their Board not to support it either. Some of the counties feel that if the source code is owned, the Group would have a better bargaining position when the contract comes up for renewal in 2005. Wright County currently pays $20,000 annually. Historically, Wright County supported its own property tax system for ten years which had a major impact on the IT Department (65-70% of their efforts). The County then opted to join the MCCC. Gruber and Swing said Wright County will vote against the action on 7-30-03. If new information comes forth to change their minds before the vote is taken, they will address the Board at that time.

Correspondence was received from David W. Erotas (Buffalo) requesting cleanout of County Ditch #13 to alleviate flooding problems. Russek moved to authorize Gruber, Saxton and Eichelberg to view this area with the property owners and to bring forth a recommendation at the next meeting. The motion was seconded by Mattson and carried 5-0.

The claims listing was reviewed. The following corrections were made by Gruber: Page 8, Russells Lock & Key, should be changed to Russells Securities (name and vendor number change); Page 9, Buffalo Books ($414.75) should be charged to 121-6411 instead of 121-6621; Page 36, Meeker County Attorney's Office ($1141.20) was removed from the listing as it is an Auditor's Warrant. On a motion by Mattson, second by Russek, all voted to approve the claims as corrected, subject to audit.

Tom Salkowski, Planning & Zoning Administrator, recommended accepting the findings & recommendations of the Planning Commission for denial of the following rezoning & authorize signature of the Notice & Order Of Denial: Dan Grundman (Silver Creek Twp.). Planning Commission unanimously recommend denial of the request to rezone from AG to A/R. Russek moved to accept the recommendation, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0. The Notice & Order Of Denial will be signed by the County Coordinator.

Janis Amatuzio, Wright County Coroner, distributed and provided an overview of the 2002 Report Of The Coroner. There were 274 deaths with the following breakdown: Natural (233); Accident (31); Suicide (9); Homicide (1) and Undetermined (0). The number of Wright County deaths investigated has increased because of the population growth of the County. There was a significant rise in accidental deaths, up from 16 in 2001. The number of SIDS related deaths was 0. Of the Accidental deaths, 13 were motor vehicle and the average age was 39. The number of alcohol related deaths was 2. The majority of those who died in motor vehicle accidents were male (9) versus female (4). The majority of crashes were when roadways were dry with no particular day of the week having more occurrences. Of the 18 non-motor vehicle accidental deaths, the average age was 73 and the major cause was medical complications of a fall. She encouraged the population to exercise, not smoke and for both men and women to take calcium supplements. Nationally, the male to female suicidal rate is 10:1. In 2002, there were 9 suicides in Wright County. Several years ago, Amatuzio looked at the impact of marital status to suicide and found there wasn't one. She said people tend to despair more when there is a change in relationship. There was 1 homicide and 0 undetermined deaths. There were 111 cremation approvals. Jurisdiction is assumed by the Coroner on all accidental, homicidal and suicidal deaths and on apparent natural deaths of persons who have not seen their primary physician within 90 days of death, who die in the ER and were not known by the ER physician, or who were visiting from out of the area. There were 72 cases in 2002 and 202 cases were declined as there was no evidence of foul play. There were 46 autopsies performed. Amatuzio complimented the medical and law enforcement community and the deputy coroners.

Genell Reese, Civil Defense, presented two resolutions for adoption which are required to apply for Federal Disaster Assistance. Minnesota Law allows the County Board Chair to sign the resolutions to get the process started, with followup by the entire County Board. The resolutions were signed by Commissioner Eichelberg on 7-3-03 with witness by the County Coordinator and Auditor. The application has been submitted. Mattson moved to adopt Resolution #03-49 Declaring a State of Emergency, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote. Sawatzke moved to adopt Resolution #03-50 Requesting a Presidential Declaration of a Major Disaster, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.

A Building Committee Meeting was held on 7-9-03. Mattson moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0:

Vending Machines. Jude Candy has proposed to place ten candy/nut machines in Government buildings. The County would realize a $1.50 commission/month on each machine. Recommendation: After discussion, it was the consensus to deny the request.

Meeting Room Scheduling. With the remodel of the Government Center, two conference rooms will be created. One will be located by the new location of Extension/Vet Services and the other by the new location of IT/Law Library. The Committee reviewed a breakdown of conference room space and the justification as to why use of the two conference rooms should be reserved through the Administration Department. Recommendation: It was the consensus that the two conference rooms will be reserved through the Administration Department.

Long Range Plan RFP Development. Norman conveyed that neighboring counties have not gone through a formal comprehensive planning process. Scott County uses a forum to bring those involved together when their Plan is being revised. They also meet monthly at an Issues Forum with representation by the County, school districts, and cities to discuss common issues. Norman referenced the Wright County Comprehensive Plan and suggested updating the first ten pages of the Plan, which is a summary of what the County is about. Heeter envisioned hiring a consultant who would meet with departments and address issues that the County deals with (space, jail, expansion, land). Norman felt 2011 was the time for the County to be looking at a new jail facility as two bond issues mature then. This year, Wright County will spend approximately $500,000 in boarding prisoners outside of the County. The new facility could also house the Sheriff Department and some courtrooms. Recommendation: Norman is to develop a draft RFP which will address space needs as they relate to the function of County Government. The draft is to be presented to the Building Committee for review in approximately one month. Funding for the consultant would come from Budget 820, Professional Services. The Committee will meet in one month to continue discussion on this issue.

Technology. Swing distributed Buffalo Communications correspondence reflecting the install of 87 voice/data locations on the 1st Floor, Annex will cost $18,024.57. This will fall within the $136,000 approved by the Board in October, 2002 for voice/data needs. This was provided as an informational item.

A Labor/Management Loss Control Committee Meeting was held on 7-9-03. Russek moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Heeter. At today's meeting, discussion followed on cell phones. Sawatzke was not opposed to the request but questioned the County's policy on cell phone usage. He referenced the past opinion by the County Attorney relating to legislation requirements on personal phone calls. Gruber said that at the time, a contract was offered for employees to purchase cell phones under the County for their own personal use and that was deemed unacceptable. The County does purchase phones for work use. Eichelberg stated the approval of the minutes would allow for use of phones for emergency 911 purposes. The motion to approve the minutes carried 5-0. On a motion by Sawatzke, second by Heeter, all voted to direct the County Coordinator to contact adjacent counties for a copy of their cell phone policies. A copy of those policies and Wright County's policy is to be copied to the County Board and Auditor. A summary of the Committee minutes follow:

Review of the 2002 Wright County Safety Report by Special Projects Administrator Patrick Melvin. Melvin reviewed the Wright County 2002 Risk Management Summary and the Automobile, Property and Liability Claims for 2002. The claims are higher due to flooding and a plow truck accident. Melvin is currently making a comparison between the insurance deductibles and premiums to determine whether a higher deductible would be more advantageous to the County. This will be presented for review at a future date. Training for 2002 was reviewed. Public Works is implementing a Hearing Conservation Program. It was noted that the attached listing does not include training that individual departments have provided.

Review of the year 2002 goals and establish new 2003-2004 goals. The Committee discussed progress on previous goals. MCIT will cover the cost associated with a MN Safety Council Membership and will offer programs, seminars and training. Norman suggested that staff attend the Annual MN Safety Conference and that random inspections be given a priority. Recommendation: Adopt the attached Labor Management Loss Control Committee 2003-2004 Risk Management Goals.

Discuss Automatic External Defibrillators for County Facilities. Training of ten Human Services Center employees was completed for CPR and Auto External Defibrillators (AED). An AED was purchased last year by Public Health and placed at the Human Services Center. The Human Services Director suggested that the Committee review whether additional AED's should be placed at other County facilities. Dr. Lick provided an overview of the treatment for a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) with the AED. There have been 50 AED's placed within the Wright County Sheriff and Police Departments. The cost for an AED Package is $2500 plus sales tax. Maintenance is estimated at $80-$90 every two years for parts. Grants may be available through Wright Hennepin Electric and other sources. Recommendation: Approve the purchase of two AED's to be placed at the Government Center and Public Works locations. Funding options will be pursued through grants and a decision will be made on who should be trained at each location.

Discuss providing Assessors with outdated cell phones for emergency purposes. Kramber requested the use of outdated cell phones for Assessor staff to use while in the field for emergency situations. Human Services has also expressed a concern, especially those who work past normal hours. Anderson and Helgeson said their respective departments have phones which will meet these requests. A suggestion was also made to research plans offered for low usage. Recommendation: Approve use of outdated cell phones as requested.

A Personnel Committee Meeting was held on 7-9-03. Sawatzke moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0:

Discuss Forming A Human Services Labor/Management Committee. (Human Services Board Item)

Discuss Replacement For Court Attendant Position. Recommendation: Approve request to fill vacant position.

A Technology Committee Meeting was held on 7-9-03. At today's meeting, discussion followed on the Voice Mail request for Deputies. Gruber explained that this was a one-time install fee and no phones would be purchased. Relative to the Phone Switch Upgrade, the expense will be funded through the telephone line item on a percentage based upon usage. Heeter moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0.

Voice Mail For Deputies. Voice mail was approved at the 5-28-03 Technology meeting contingent upon the ability to use E911 funds. Swing stated the cost is $6,200. The voice mail would allow approximately 60 deputies in the field to be able to call in and retrieve messages saving both time and travel expenses by reducing trips to the Government Center. Helgeson stated the Sheriff's Department researched the use of E911 funds for this purpose and were advised funds could be used if the auditor felt they could be justified. Sheriff Miller stated he feels this is an inhouse type of expenditure and there are public safety uses which are more appropriate for E911 funds. There was discussion on the use of telephone budget savings which would spread the cost over all departments. There was reluctance to use this funding source as it would result in approximately 50% of the cost being charged to Human Services. Recommendation: Approve with funding from Budget 820, Professional Services.

RFP For Local & Long Distance Service & Phone Switch Upgrade. Swing stated the local telephone contract will expire the end of August and requested authorization to proceed with the preparation of an RFP which would also include long distance service. Although the long distance contract does not expire until the end of December, he feels it would be advantageous to include both in the RFP in order to obtain lower rates. With the move to digital local service he expects a substantial decrease in local rates next year. Savings in the long distance service have been attributed to it already being digital, the local service area continues to expand, and the use of e-mail. Eichelberg requested Swing have the Attorney's Office review any legal ramifications with the dates for issuing the RFP and implementation. The cost for the Phone Switch Upgrade is $20,000. Swing anticipates there will be sufficient savings in the telephone budget to cover the upgrade expense. Recommendation: Authorize Swing to prepare an RFP for local and long distance telephone service for review by the Attorney's Office. Approve the Phone Switch Upgrade with funding from savings in the telephone budget. 2004 Automation Objectives. Swing distributed a draft copy of automation objectives for 2004 (attached) and provided a brief review. He views automation as falling into five main categories: Human Services, Public Works, Land Records, Law/Legal Departments, and Infrastructure. This was provided as an information update. Records Management Project. Swing distributed a copy of proposed objectives and related costs for 2004 (attached). Patty Zimmerman provided an update of the progress to date and stated there are approximately 500 boxes from the departments that have gone through the retention process in the old Attorney Office area that are ready to be relocated to a central storage area in the south wing of the basement. There was discussion on shelving, a scanner station, and the need to move Human Services from that area of the basement.

A Ways & Means Committee Meeting was held on 7-9-03. Sawatzke moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0:

Sheriff Contract Fees, 2004 & 2005. The current contract rate for providing law enforcement and attorney services is $43.50/hour. Norman distributed information substantiating a minimum 5% increase. When a union contract settlement occurs, a uniform settlement form is completed which looks at the full cost of settlement. For the years 2000-2005, this number fluctuated from 7.97% to 5.77%. This number does not take into account any costs associated with a vehicle, severance payments or service provided by the Attorney's Office. Based on calculations with a 5% annual adjustment to the schedule, Norman estimated the County is subsidizing the contracts over $366,000 this year. Sawatzke said he agreed with the figures but said these numbers are affected by lower wages realized when a person is replaced. Sheriff Miller said the Sheriff's Office also did some calculations and estimated costs close to the 4% annual rate if an $87,000 cost was used for an officer. He felt the fees were running $.50-$.80 short of where they should be. This would not include costs associated with insurance or the Attorney's Office. There is a redundancy in dispatch costs. The contract rate was increased $1.75 each year over the last two years. Cities have also been encouraged to increase their coverage hours. Kelly said paragraph 11 of the law enforcement contract states the County shall provide for all costs associated with prosecution services. He referenced the 30-40 deputies which have been added in the past ten years and said they have run out of options with regard to fulfilling these obligations. The County is in the third and final year of the contract with the City of Buffalo and has yet to satisfy this requirement. Kelly also referenced the intense caseloads and staff burnout being realized. There are approximately 30 deputies under contract patrol. Norman said that Sheriff personnel make up 20-25% of the total workforce in the County, and the impact on Administration, payroll, etc., would be similar. Sheriff Miller said over the past five years, the amount of deputies has increased by 30% or better. He questioned whether enough was being built into the cost to cover clerical, as there has only been one clerical staff person added to assist with the addition of 36 deputies. One prosecutor and no clerical assistance was added for attorneys. Sawatzke noted that clerks and attorneys have been added to the Attorney's Office during the past five years, but said he was not suggesting that percentage was the same as the increase in workload. Sheriff Miller said the Sheriff Department has grown by 50% since 1991. Along with that growth has come new deputies who are more aggressive with writing tickets, as well as the increase in the complexity of cases. The County must keep up with growth, technology and adding staff as needed. Although they have kept up in the patrol area, it also takes clerical, administration, sergeants, detectives, attorneys and personnel staff to support these areas. Recommendation: The consensus was to increase the law enforcement contract rates $2.00/hr. in 2004 and $2.25/hr. in 2005.

On a motion by Sawatzke, second by Russek, all voted to authorize attendance at the AMC Leadership Summit being held August 13-15, 2003 in Redwood Falls.

Richard Norman, County Coordinator, referenced Proposal Request #14 for carpet replacement in C253 and C129. Area C253 is located beyond the double glass doors in the Courts corridor. There is adequate carpet in stock for this. Costs associated would be for labor. Area C129 is the Sheriff corridor. Additional carpet would be purchased and would match that being installed in the future Extension/Vet Services corridor. Funding would be through bond proceeds. Mattson moved to approve the request, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.

Russek reported an RC&D meeting was held last week where the name, "Mid MN Mississippi River RC&D" was selected for the group. The By-Laws will be presented at the next County Board Meeting for review.

Bills Approved

A-1 Marine 178.49

Abrahamson, Brian 309.96

American Bio Medica Corporatio 442.50

American Health Care Supply 210.04

American Institutional Supply 529.86

Ameripride Linen and Apparel 139.58

AMI Imaging Systems, Inc. 2661.30

Ancom Communications, Inc. 9345.35

Ancom Technical Center 2425.02

Andersen, Earl, Inc. 530.09

Annandale Rock Products 540.27

Annandale Tactical Training CE 220.00

Aramark Correctional Services 9041.67

Arctic Glacier, Inc. 905.96

Auto Glass Center, Inc. 320.92

B&D Plumbing & Heating 633.00

Bachman Printing 220.46

Backes, Joe 119.16

Bakeberg, George 380.64

Barker, Bob Co. 278.46

Bauman, Lawrence 814.48

Big Tyme Collision Center 679.76

BLM Technologies, Inc. 1755.01

Bowman Distribution 327.48

Boyer Trucks 64,711.00

Buetow and Associates, Inc. 2904.23

Buff'N'Glo, Inc. 266.28

Buffalo Books, Inc. 414.75

Buffalo Clinic 160.00

Buffalo Hospital-OTPT Commerci 259.20

Buffalo City 30,886.52

Case Credit 1773.13

Catco Parts Service 440.53

Center Point Energy 2423.06

Centra Sota Lake Region LLC 11,073.47

Clearwater Township 971.20

Climate Air 6371.73

Commissioner of Transportation 638.05

Crow River Tools 425.84

Denos Excavating & Drainage, In 4300.00

Dental Care Associates of Buff 140.00

Department of Public Safety 8430.00

Design Electric, Inc. 1171.93

Diamond Mowers, Inc. 476.02

Douglas, Ralph 413.00

E-Z Flush 422.28

Eastman, Nicholas 125.00

Eichelberg, Elmer 214.20

Emergency Physicians Professio 146.00

Engel, Dale 224.64

Ernst General Construction, Inc. 2590.00

Eulls Manufacturing Co., Inc. 117.15

Facility Systems, Inc. 27,955.77

Fingalson, Wayne 291.22

Flemming, Mitchell 438.12

Fletcher, Kimberly 101.52

Flickers TV & Appliance 486.71

Foremost Sales and Service 323.63

Four Points Sheraton St. Paul-C 301.71

G&K Services 1239.20

Geyer Signal 2827.30

Gholson, Janet 249.48

Glunz, Raymond 1392.00

W Grainger, Inc. 136.40

Greener Pastures 133.13

Gruber, Douglas 177.75

Hanson, Chris 115.20

Heart of the Lakes Pumping 780.00

Heeter, Karla 153.72

Herald Journal Publishing, Inc. 286.23

Hickorytech-Wireless 506.10

Hillyard Floor Care Supply 651.24

Holiday 1823.46

Interstate All Battery Center 1698.83

Interstate Battery Sys of Mpls 161.77

J Craft Div of Crysteel Mfg. 102.21

Jahnke, Chris 134.64

Janikula, Tracy 101.55

Kandiyohi Cty Sheriffs Departm 18,895.00

Keepers, Inc. 271.62

Kendeco Tool Crib 509.55

Kirscht, Bernard 346.80

KNR Communications Services In.


Kazimierz Kopacz 170.70

Kue Contractors, Inc. 825.00

Lake Management, Inc. 200.00

Lakedale Telephone Company 636.96

LaPlant Demo, Inc. 858.03

Lawson Products, Inc. 669.30

Lieb, William 425.60

Lund Industries, Inc. 448.88

M-R Sign Company, Inc. 588.51

Macey Construction Company 12,530.50

Maple Lake Lumber Company 612.17

Maple Lake City 1917.45

Marco Business Products 3381.65

Marks Standard Parts 2485.79

Marquette Camera Repair 495.00

Mattson, Richard 111.60

McCalla, Denise 390.41

Medicine Shoppe, The 0906 320.37

Meeker County Sheriff 6325.00

Metro Group, The, Inc. 3300.50

Minnesota State Bar Assn. 1931.00

Mitchell 1 433.30

MN Counties Computer Co-op 3361.89

MN Counties Ins. Trust 917.00

MN Sheriffs Association 253.93

MN State Auditor 2660.29

Monticello Ford Mercury, Inc. 2485.98

Nextel Communications 1215.39

Office Depot 2002.03

Olympus 135.00

Omalley, Patrick 367.84

Omann Brothers, Inc. 15,926.62

On Site Monitoring 12,034.00

Oryans Conoco 105.00

Pats 66 156.00

Pederson, David 370.96

Photo I 1178.09

Powerplan 3012.51

Praska, Tom 306.36

Precision Prints of Wright Co. 239.21

Prosource One 2615.68

Record Preservation, Inc. 743.76

Reed Business Information 449.54

Road Machinery & Supplies Co. 106.50

Rowekamp Associates, Inc. 1299.30

Russek, Jack 135.72

Russells Security Resource, Inc. 531.44

Ruttger's Bay Lake Lodge 180.00

Ryan Motors, Inc. 196.71

SBC Paging 609.34

Schermann, Robert 486.44

Schmidt, Donald 378.80

Scott Builders, Inc. 2184.00

Sherburne County Sheriff 3520.00

Sherwin Williams 130.54

M Smith Publishers 197.00

Software House Internatonal, In 6266.47

Sourcecorp 3340.00

Specialty Seeds, Inc. 592.67

Sprint 158.19

State of MN Intertech Group 1130.10

Stepp Mfg. Company, Inc. 318.83

T&S Trucking 300.00

Total Printing 1513.47

Uniforms Unlimited 234.77

United Rentals Highway Technol 798.81

Verizon Wireless 1775.09

Viking Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 237.25

Voss Lighting 117.47

Wal-Mart Community Brc 137.65

Wal-Mart Store 01-1577 478.17

Waste Manadement TC West 1440.85

Weber, Daniel 181.44

Wessman Oil Co. 105.48

Westside Equipment 109.12

Wright County Highway Dept. 25,896.08

Wright County Human Services 1570.00

Wright County Journal Press 172.68

Wright Lumber & Millwork, Inc. 330.11

WSB & Associates, Inc. 8376.00

Wurm, Keith Construction 800.00

68 Payments less than $100 3338.22

Final Total $408,532.04

The meeting adjourned at 10:47 A.M.

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