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Wright County Board Minutes
AUGUST 26, 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 8-19-03, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: Highway Engineer Item #4, "4-Way Stop, City of Maple Lake" (Mattson); Item For Consid. #1, "Schedule Technology Committee Meeting" (Norman). Russek moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded by Heeter, carried unanimously.
On a motion by Russek, second by Mattson, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda:
1. Performance Appraisals: M. Doppenberg, A. Duis, C. Hohl, Atty.; P. DeBoer, C. Turnquist, Aud./Treas.; K. Olson, Sher.
2. Overtime Report.
1. Promote Aaron Duis To Assistant Attorney II, Eff. 8/27/03.
C. COURT ADMINISTRATION
1. Acknowledge Hire, Anita Saliterman, Court Attendant, Eff. 8-27-03 (Class B, Step 3).
Bob Hiivala, Chief Deputy Auditor/Treasurer, presented the July Revenue/Expenditure Reports for review. He indicated that departments are on schedule. Russek moved to acknowledge receipt of the Revenue/Expenditure Reports, seconded by Sawatzke, carried 5-0.
The claims listing was reviewed. Mattson questioned a claim on Page 7, Ranger Joes, $140.39. Hiivala said the claim is for equipment for the Sheriff's Emergency Response Team. On a motion by Mattson, second by Russek, all voted to approve the claims as listed in the abstract, subject to audit.
Richard Norman, County Coordinator, said Bill Swing, Information Technology, has requested the scheduling of a Technology Committee meeting to review response to the RFP for local and long distance services. He would like to award the bid at the 9-9-03 County Board meeting. Heeter moved to schedule a Technology Committee Meeting on 9-8-03 at 10:30 A.M., seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
Kimberly Thon, Central MN Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Coordinator, distributed and provided an overview of the activities report for the period 2001-2003. The report outlines the activities, progress and challenges. The mission of the EMS is "Using our collective expertise, the members of the Central MN EMS Region dedicate themselves to improve EMS throughout our community by enhancing communication, collaboration and supporting those in the business of saving lives." EMS Regions were established in the 1970's. There are 8 EMS Regions in Minnesota. Wright County is in the largest Region in the State with 14 counties. The EMS is funded through grants which are split evenly among the 8 regions. In response to a question by Mattson, Thon said that seatbelt fines are split approximately 50/50 with the Department of Public Safety. The funding sources are the State General Fund and seatbelt fines. Funding in 2001-2003 was $419,233 and in 2003-2005 is $416,524. Regional Programs include: Training (Reimbursement), Equipment (Reimbursement), Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), Passenger Safety/Injury Prevention, Pediatric Education, Data Collection & Trauma Systems, Homeland Security, and Rural AED Grant. There are 26 EMS Agencies in Wright County. Wright County was reimbursed for 8 of those, as only 8 applied for funding. The EMS plans to work toward a higher percentage of application response for these Agencies, as only 119 of the 303 training applications sent were returned. Wright County received 6% of the training reimbursement in 2001-2003 and not quite 3% for equipment reimbursement in 2002-2003. The CISM program involves a critical incident stress management team of trained volunteers to work with the EMS providing debriefings free of charge. Wright County has received 8% of the $50,000 available reimbursement for MNSTAR computer software. The EMS has applied for AED Grant Dollars to place defibrillators and the grant does include Wright County. The Report reflected the different counties where AED's have been placed, including training of over 500 people. Thon also reviewed the goals of the EMS. Discussion followed on Administration costs of the EMS, estimated at 40%. Thon said the EMS has spent more on programs in the last few years. Administration costs include such things as system management, salaries, program development, technical assistance (including mileage), data collection activities, public agency coordinator, auditing, rental and postage. More detail is provided in the RFP which will be left with the County Coordinator. Heeter was thanked for her presence on the Joint Powers Board. Sawatzke is the alternate. Greg Stassen is the Wright County appointment on the EMS Advisory Committee. Thon recommended an alternate for Stassen. She said alternates are needed so that Wright County always has a voice.
Wayne Fingalson, Highway Engineer, requested approval of the Highway Department 2002 Annual Report. On a motion by Sawatzke, second by Russek, all voted to accept the 2002 Annual Report.
At 9:30 A.M., Eichelberg closed the bid process for the CSAH 3 Overlay Project (SP 86-603-15). This is a federally funded overlayment of CSAH 3 North of Cokato (approximately 10 miles) and requires EEO approval. The project is scheduled for 2004 but the bid specifications were set up with a provision that would allow the contractor to complete the project this year. Mattson moved to lay the bids over for one week, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0:
Bidder; Bid Bond; Addendum #1 Signed; Addendum #2 Signed; Bid Amount
Buffalo Bituminous; Yes; Yes; Yes; $1,859,562.00
Duininck Bros., Inc.; Yes; Yes; Yes; $1,795,699.24
A Transportation Committee Of The Whole meeting was held on 8-13-03. A change was noted on page 1, Doug Weiszhaar was incorrectly listed as a representative from the City of St. Michael and will be changed to the City of Monticello. A summary of the minutes and discussion at today's Board meeting follows:
Discuss Turnback of a CR 117 Segment to City of Monticello: CR 117 has been a turnback candidate due to development occurring in that area. A cooperative agreement proposal was sent to the City in March calling for approximately 1.3 miles of CR 117 (from Chelsea Road to 85th St.) be turned over to the City of Monticello. The City would take over maintenance at some point. The County would reimburse the City for the construction cost of a two-inch bituminous wear course for the 1.3 miles at a cost of about $65,000. There are access issues which need to be resolved before development can continue. The City proposed swapping this portion of CR 117 for 85th Street so that the portion of CR 106 on the west side of TH 25 could then continue across TH 25 and 85th St. and could become a continuous County road. 85th St. is currently a Township Road. There is the illusion that it is a County Road because it meets with CR 106. The development in question needs two access points on CR 117 which would require turn lanes and this should be paid for by the developer. However, the developer has indicated they are already paying the City for road upgrades and do not intend to contribute more than that. The portion of CR 117 that runs from Chelsea to 85th St. is projected to be a 4-lane roadway to accommodate development. No accesses on 85th St. are proposed at this time as part of the first phase but the City will follow the same requirements as the County for turn lanes. The County is unable to improve CR 117 beyond a 2" overlay due to funding. The City requests larger contributions from the County or to provide maintenance for a longer period of time if the City takes back that portion of CR 117. A plat had just been received for the east side of CR 117 which will be reviewed by the Highway Department. Recommendation: Fingalson will review the City's proposal to swap part of CR 117 for 85th Street or to provide maintenance on CR 117 for a longer period of time than originally suggested by the County and bring back his recommendations to this Committee or to the County Board when the minutes from today's meeting are reviewed.
At today's Board meeting, Fingalson's recommendation was that the County should not take over 85th St. as it is a Township Road. It does not come close to meeting County standards with regard to width and structure. It will only be a matter of time before a traffic signal will be required at 85th St. and Hwy. 25 due to development. Fingalson recommended proceeding with the original plan of turning that section of CR 117 back to the City. The County would pay for two years of maintenance in addition to reimbursing them for maintenance. This is consistent with what was previously done with Buffalo and Hanover. Sawatzke thought the County should approach the City relative to cost sharing on rebuilding 85th St. He was reluctant to dismiss this as the economics had not been discussed with them. The road is currently adequate but will not be when the land is fully developed. Further discussion evolved on the time element and the development not meeting County spacing guidelines. There will be two accesses within a very short distance and Fingalson did not recommend changing the policy due to safety issues. Fingalson said he could approach the City but the two sides are quite a ways apart. He noted that the developer has been allowed to proceed by the City. Russek referred to the proposal to exchange CR 117 for 85th St. The City could not exchange 85th St. as it is a Township Road. Eichelberg said that until the Township indicates what will happen to that Street, the County cannot get involved. It does pose a dilemma for the developer, city and township. In response to a question by Sawatzke, Fingalson indicated that the property could be developed to meet setbacks and criteria. Fingalson said he will point out the concern to the City that Phase II does provide accesses that do not meet County standards. Russek moved to approve turnback of CR 117 to the City of Monticello, to include the $65,000 wear course overlay and 2 years of maintenance. The motion was seconded by Heeter and carried 5-0.
Review Proposals from St. Michael (3 issues).
1. A map was reviewed indicating the City's proposal to split CSAH 35 and TH 241 into two one-way roadways from the west side of St. Michael to a point just east of the current Dairy Queen. It is their intent to route the east-bound lane of CSAH 35, just west of CR 119, to a more southerly location and to have it cross CSAH 19 at a more southerly intersection, and then have it intersect with TH 241 (just east of the DQ). Two-way traffic would start up from that point and continue easterly. The leg of TH 241 from that point west would carry west-bound traffic only, and at the current intersection of CSAH's 19 and 35 and TH 241, CSAH 35 would carry only west-bound traffic up to the point where the east-bound lane of CSAH 35 departed from its current route. The City had considered changing CSAH 35 and TH 241 into four lanes in their current locations but that would require the move or close of several businesses, a frontage road, and more right of way than the design of the two sections of one-way roads. A split roadway, offering one-way traffic as outlined above, would require an additional traffic signal where east-bound CSAH 35 would cross CSAH 19. The City is asking for preliminary approval from the County and State so that they can proceed with planning and meeting with residents. Everyone agreed that the traffic and population will continue to increase in this area, prompting the need for an improvement on this highway. Recommendation: It was the consensus of this Committee that this plan, as presented by the City of St. Michael to divide CSAH 35 and TH 241 (as outlined above) into two one-way roadways from CR 119 east to a point near the current Dairy Queen, is acceptable to the County and that the City may proceed with further planning.
At today's meeting, Sawatzke voiced concern if the public perception of the project is negative. He said if the City promotes it as though the County has a role in it and the public does not get satisfied through the City, the public will then approach the County. By saying the project is acceptable, it means acceptable to move forward in the process (not saying the road in its entirety). Sawatzke felt public input is needed. Eichelberg responded that as with any project, some landowners will not be in favor of it. Economics enters into it and federal funds are required. The proposed plan would be favorable to moving businesses and expending more dollars. Fingalson said that this proposal was shown at an open house held on the TH 241 project last week. Fingalson heard positive comments. There are some maintenance issues which will have to be resolved. State Aid will be allowed with two one-way roadways. Russek moved to approve the recommendation based on the plan Fingalson showed at today's Board meeting, seconded by Sawatzke, carried 5-0.
At 10:00 A.M., Eichelberg closed the bid process for the Government Center Concrete Repairs.
Discussion resumed on the Transportation Committee Of The Whole Minutes.
Review Proposals from St. Michael (3 issues) cont.:
2. The second issue was regarding inadequate turn lanes at the intersection of CSAH's 19 & 35 and TH 241. Currently, there are no left turn lanes for all directions in downtown St. Michael. Before the ultimate improvement is done to four lane CSAH 19, the City would first like to make improvements in the turn lanes at this intersection. Federal funds will be used for a portion of the improvement costs, but the City is asking the County to pay for half of the remaining costs for the three legs of County highways. The City will be responsible for the remainder. The estimated local cost (after federal funds are used) is $171,000, and of that, the County's share is estimated at $64,215.00. Federal funding will be available in 2006, but the City would like to make the improvements before that time, perhaps as soon as 2004. They would like the County to participate and would be flexible in how the payments are made. Recommendation: It is the recommendation of this Committee that the County participate in their share of the cost of improving turn lanes at the intersection of CSAH's 19 and 35 and TH 241 in the amount of $64,215.00, timing of the payments to be determined at a later date. At today's County Board meeting, Sawatzke moved to approve the recommendation, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
3. The third issue that Weigle addressed was the intersection at Naber and TH 241, where traffic lights were installed late last Fall. Since the City believed that this was to be part of the upcoming CSAH 22 bridge project, the City would like the County to reimburse them for half the cost of one leg of that intersection since that is a County highway. That cost to the County is estimated to be $35,625.00 and the City is requesting that the County participate in their share at such time that bond money is available, or on January 1, 2005, if the bonding falls through. The signal had already met warrants. The original timing of the bridge work had been set for the fall of 2003, but that has been delayed. The agreement for the bridge did not include this signal light. Weigle agreed that the best thing would have been to get the County's approval before the work was done, but the push to get it done before winter prompted the quick action. Fingalson said that though he did not sign off on it, he had reviewed it and given it courtesy approval since he understood there would be no County money involved. Derus explained that this signal project was going to be only temporary, but the initial estimate grew from $100,000 to $400,000 because Mn/DOT required that shoulders on TH 241 be re-built. The City had not planned on County participation for a temporary light, but when things progressed to a certain point because of the rebuilding of parts of the highway, the permanence of the signal (and the cost) prompted them to ask the County for a share of the cost. Recommendation: It was the recommendation of this Committee that Fingalson and Weigle review the cooperative agreement for the CSAH 22 bridge project and report back to the County Board how this will affect the County's participation in the cost sharing of the signal light installation at Naber and TH 241. At today's County Board meeting, Fingalson said he felt the City should have come to the County when they foresaw a permanent signal. An agreement could have been set up at that point. To approve this would involve precedent setting as an agreement was not in hand before it was completed. Sawatzke moved to deny the request for partial funding of $35,625.00 for the light, seconded by Russek, carried 4-1 with Eichelberg casting the nay vote.
The County Board delayed further discussion of the Transportation Committee Of The Whole Minutes until later in the meeting.
Craig Hayes, Purchasing Agent, opened and read bids for the Government Center Concrete Repairs. Keith Pashina, Buildings Consulting Group, developed the bid specifications. The bid included three alternates: 1) A snow melt system on the patio area (South of the Lobby); 2) A snow melt system on the sidewalk area of the Sheriff's Southwest Door; 3) Removal of a planter on the patio (South of the Lobby). The alternates were requested by the County Board. A Bid Security of $500 was requested. The bids were as follows:
Bidder; Bid Bond; Base Bid; Alternate 1; Alternate 2; Alternate 3
Paragon Construction; Yes; $132,404.00; $73,430.00; $42,553.00; $24,907.00
Cy-Con; Yes; $108,000.00; $52,000.00; $32,000.00; $13,000.00;
Brent Anderson; Yes; $132,845.00; $63,000.00; $60,000.00; $22,000.00
Nelson Construction; Yes; $159,700.00; $74,800.00; $44,500.00; $16,500.00
Mattson moved to lay the bids over for one week to allow time for bid review and a decision on what alternates are desired. The motion was seconded by Russek and carried 5-0. As Pashina was present, Hayes invited questions relating to the alternates. Sawatzke asked for examples of businesses which use the snow melt type of system. Hayes referenced the Wells Fargo Bank and Pashina said there are examples in downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul due to the difficulty of snow removal. Russek questioned whether a drain is used as the melt would refreeze outside of the wire area. Pashina said most systems are not actual runoff systems, most evaporate. With the water that does run, it is directed to the edge of the area desired to melt. In the upper plaza, electrical tape will be used within the drains to protect against freezing before it reaches the lower environment of the Government Center. With regard to the Sheriff Southwest Door area, in the event of a lot of snow melt, it would not freeze until the end of the stone wall. Sawatzke questioned the advantages of the system, as snow shoveling will still be required when 6" of snow is experienced. Pashina said the system would not handle blizzards or high winds but rather typical snowfalls. The system automatically cycles on and off at 34 degrees. The system reacts quickly and melts the typical snowfall. In response to Mattson, Norman said that slips and falls are the number one incidence that counties face, whether summer or winter. Hayes added that the Sheriff's Department is open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week through that door. Custodians are not staffed all of that time so there are periods where the snow is not cleared away. Both areas also are difficult to remove the snow from. Part of the deterioration of the plaza is believed to be from the amount of snow melt chemical used to keep the area safe. The removal of the planter against the annex exterior is hoped to alleviate some of the water problems which have been experienced. A study was performed on the electrical costs, reflecting an annual operating cost of $7000. This may fluctuate due to weather conditions. Hayes said this study was based upon a cost of $.07/kw and the County currently pays $.06/kw, so the estimate is $5000-$7000. The Sheriff Southwest Door would be 25% of that cost. Sawatzke noted the County could pay for a lot of snow shoveling for this cost, although he did recognize other benefits. He inquired why this type of system is not seen in the private sector or in high traffic areas such as Target. Pashina responded that it has to do with accessibility. The Sheriff Southwest Door and Lobby both have many stairs and wall areas. Removal is problematic as the snow must be lifted or carried some distance for removal. For stores such as Target, snow removal is easier due to wide, open areas. Eichelberg stated he could support the request for the Sheriff Southwest Door due to the 24/7 access. Relative to warranty, Pashina said the system is designed for 20 years. The life of that is affected by the concrete. The design is for a better quality concrete (floating system). If damage to the system is realized, individual zones could be replaced rather than the entire plaza.
Discussion resumed on the Transportation Committee Of The Whole Minutes.
Discuss/Recommend 5-Year Improvement Plan for Road/Bridge. Several things have been presented to the County for highway improvements since the first 5-Year Improvement Plan was presented that are not included on this plan. Monticello has requested improvements to CSAH 18 at its intersection with I-94 and Southside Township has requested help for one of their roads (Nevens Avenue). In addition, there is a 'Northeast Transportation Study' that is examining options for improving the traffic flow in the northeastern portion of Wright County that is not included in the 5-Year Plan. Fingalson added that the Montrose Mayor would like this Committee to consider the extension of CR 107 from CSAH 12 to TH 25 and for the County to implement bonding for projects that the budget won't cover. It was commented that the suggestion to extend CR 107 has been brought up before but has been rejected because it is cost prohibitive. Fingalson reminded the Committee that Wright County may also be looking at having to share costs for County Highway connections on TH 101 for four different interchanges, none of which are on the 5-Year Plan at this point. Weiszhaar, a consultant from WSB and representing the City of Monticello, addressed the Committee and requested that they consider amending the 5-Year Plan to included certain construction improvements. The City would like to see the 5-Year Plan amended to include a major change in the interchange at I-94 by CSAH's 18 and 39 and 75 in conjunction with work planned by Mn/DOT. Fingalson explained that the draft 5-Year Plan, developed earlier this year, put our State Aid Regular Construction Account in a deficit of $9 million over the next five years. The current plan distributed today is the same as was presented at the 5-Year Public Meeting on May 29th a fiscally restrained program that keeps the projects at a maximum while advancing the next year's allotment. Even without adding additional projects, this plan will put Wright County in a deficit. Fingalson suggested that bonding money be considered, especially if more projects are going to be added to the schedule. The addition of turn lanes in St. Michael will require a contribution of $64,215 which is not in the Plan. The 2006 bituminous overlay improvement is down to 9.5 miles. Recommendation: It is the recommendation of this Committee that more information be gathered and reviewed before any approval is given to accept the current 5-Year Plan, perhaps at the next TCOTW meeting. The assumption shall be made that all projects scheduled for 2004 will proceed as scheduled, by virtue of the 2004 Budget approval.
Discuss Feasibility of New Maintenance Facility in Albertville. The City of Albertville has proposed that the County relocate its Shop No. 1 (currently at CSAH 19 and CSAH 18) to a shared site with the City just north of I-94. The cost to Wright County would be over $1 million, and this would not include a salt shed. Everyone generally agreed that this was too high a price to consider. The value of the current site is estimated at $500,000-600,000. Negotiations will continue with Mn/DOT on the Mn/Road Site. Recommendation: It was the recommendation of this Committee to inform Albertville that their current proposal for shared facilities for the cost of $1 million will not work at this time. At today's County Board Meeting, Russek moved to approve the recommendation, seconded by Sawatzke, carried 5-0.
Discuss Bonding Projects at Public Works Building Site. The construction of an additional storage shed at the current Public Works Building site was included in the recent bond sale. The building is to allow parking for about 20 Public Works vehicles that currently park outside and for a few others that park inside the main shop area. Relocation of the vehicles currently in the PWB would free up room to add another hoist in the mechanic's area and would increase the safety in the shop area by minimizing the tight quarters that exist now. Some money was also included to move a shop door. Recommendation: It was the recommendation of those present, Sawatzke, Russek, and Eichelberg, that the issue of whether or not to permit the Highway Department to construct an additional storage shed, add a hoist to the shop area, and move a garage door in the present shop area with the funds that were included in the bonding allotment should be discussed and decided at a meeting of the full County Board. At today's County Board meeting, Sawatzke said he was not in favor of adding another shed as the Compost Facility is located a few miles from the Public Works site. The Compost Facility is currently utilized by departments for storage. Wayne Luetgers, Shop Maintenance Supervisor, said the Highway Department stores seasonal equipment at the Compost Facility. He did not feel it was feasible to travel back and forth to the other location to pick up vehicles. Mattson referenced the Sheriff's Storage Building and the items added after it was constructed. These were items not initially discussed, as it was supposed to be just for storage. He was concerned with realizing extra costs. Fingalson said they have no plans to do anything further than a 60 x 150 building with concrete floor and electricity. There will be no heat. Sawatzke said he understood that when the Sheriff's Storage Building was constructed, that was supposed to have freed up some space. Luetgers responded that the Sheriff previously used a fenced area on the North side of the PW Building. This has been removed, but it had no impact on storage. The suggestion was made to possibly approve the garage door and hoist, and defer approval of the storage shed until after the Board has determined how the Compost Facility will be used. Luetgers responded that the garage door and hoist are dependent upon approval of the entire shed, otherwise vehicles will still need to be stored in their current location. Russek moved to direct the Public Works Department to move ahead with the cold storage building and to make the modifications to the existing structure for improvements. The motion was seconded by Heeter and carried 4-1 with Sawatzke casting the nay vote. Mattson said he voted in favor as it was included in the bonding. On a motion by Mattson, second by Russek, all voted to approve the Transportation Committee Of The Whole Minutes, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
Mattson referred to the intersection of CR #7, CR #8 and Division Street in Maple Lake and the City's request for a 4-way stop system. Fingalson said a study has been completed reflecting that the intersection does not meet the requirements for a 4-way stop from a crash standpoint. However, it does for site distance. It was the recommendation of Bill Cordell, Senior Engineering Technician, that the County proceed with a 4-way stop. Fingalson said they are in the process of working with the City on some site distance problems. He noted that the two crashes which occurred at the intersection involved vehicles running the stop sign.
Albertville City 3,291.10
American Bio Medica Corporation 457.87
American Institutional Supply 177.15
Ameripride Linen and Apparel 139.58
Ancom Technical Center 163.33
Apec Corporation 1,710.37
Aramark Correctional Services 4,419.06
Arctic Glacier, Inc. 457.28
AT&T-Universal Biller 4,416.26
Auto Glass Center, Inc. 641.86
B&D Plumbing & Heating 1,605.00
Backes, Joe 138.60
BLM Technologies, Inc. 533.68
Buffalo Bituminous 689,404.38
Buffalo Hospital-OTPT Commercia 153.70
Bureau Of Criminal Apprehensn 360.00
Center Point Energy 839.41
Centra Sota Lake Region LLC 12,023.44
Central McGowan, Inc. 203.50
Central Mn Mental Health Cntr 150.00
Clearwater City 30,027.78
Climate Air 12,222.50
Cokato Township 582.20
Contech Construction Product 6,909.07
Dales 66 133.13
Deatons Mailing Systems, Inc. 169.87
Decorative Designs, Inc. 175.53
Diamond Mowers, Inc. 357.88
Dilley, Susan 300.40
Farm & Home Publishers 474.45
Force America, Inc. 394.86
French Lake Township 571.60
W Grainger, Inc. 245.06
Greenview, Inc. 17,579.37
Hanover City 1,428.70
Hawthorn Suites Duluth 223.74
Hillyard Floor Care Supply 185.57
Interstate Automotive 125.00
Interstate Battery Sys Of Mpls 153.25
Klatt True Value Electric 201.95
Kloss, Edie 126.72
Lawson Products, Inc. 352.44
Loaf & Ladle 218.33
M-R Sign Company, Inc. 357.64
Maass, Robert 267.70
Madden & Associates 7,151.58
Marco Business Products 505.88
Marlin Leasing Corporation 1,069.86
Masys Corporation 2,628.87
Meeker County Sheriff 7,033.53
Mid-Minnesota Hot Mix, Inc. 13,064.19
Minnesota Corrections Ass'n 230.00
Minnesota State Bar Ass'n 310.00
MN Counties Computer Co-op 1,700.00
MN State Auditor 3,447.22
MN Weights and Measurers 230.00
Monticello Ford Mercury, Inc. 1,733.75
Myers Tire Supply Company 411.52
Office Depot 1,000.21
Olsen Chain & Cable Co., Inc. 155.23
PC Solutions, Inc. 504.24
Peterson, Wallace 158.24
Phillips Petroleum Company 976.94
Phillips 66 146.65
Prosource One 9,424.85
Pullis, Dave 100.00
Ranger Joes 140.39
Reds Auto Electric 198.10
Romans, Charles 525.00
Royal Tire, Inc. 4,129.05
Russek, Jack 164.88
Silver Creek Township 2,017.95
Southside Township 618.60
Stoddard, Jessica 244.00
Total Printing 296.81
United Rentals Highway Tech. 228.98
Weege Construction Inc. 8,775.00
White, Bill 525.00
Wild, Brenda 627.25
Wright-Hennepin Electric 3,612.12
Xcel Energy 102.94
Zack's, Inc. 807.27
32 payments less than $100 $1,474.60
Final Total $875,671.02
The meeting adjourned at 10:55 A.M.