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Wright County Board Minutes
April 20, 2004
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Heeter, Mattson, Eichelberg, Russek and Sawatzke present.
The following corrections were made to the minutes of 4-13-04 on Page 1, 5th paragraph: 2nd sentence, change from “The first” to “He first” (Sawatzke); 10th sentence should read, “A small portion (.12%) of the original benefitted acreage that had been attached to a parcel owned by Michael G. and Alice Helfert will be transferred to a parcel owned by the State.” (Sawatzke); add the following sentence just prior to the 10th sentence, “In reviewing the Shierts property, it was determined that an adjacent property should also be corrected.” (Sawatzke). Russek moved to approve the minutes as corrected, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0.
Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: Consent Item D2, “Award Contract To Mathiowetz Construction Co. For 2004 Culvert Improvement Project, Contract #0401, $61,333.00” (Sawatzke); Item For Consid. #4, “Reschedule 4-28-04 Ways & Means Committee Meeting” (Sawatzke); Item For Consid. #5, “Homeland Security Grants” (Norman). Heeter moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
On a motion by Eichelberg, second by Russek, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda as amended:
1. Performance Appraisals: S. Riley, P&Z.
2. Claim, Frank Madden, $7,180.10.
3. Claim, Prairie Country RC&D, $6,230.00.
4. Authorize Signature, Certificate Of Substantial Completion, Courthouse Remodeling Project.
5. Approve Change Order No. 8; Authorize Signature (-$2,500.00).
6. Award Contract To Mathiowetz Construction Co. For 2004 Culvert Improvement Project, Contract #0401, $61,333.00.
1. Claim, City of St. Michael, $70,328.50, Supplemental Assessment (Fund 61-Sewer).
C. COURT ADMINISTRATION
1. Recognized Termination, Lucy Frerck, Court Clerk, Eff. 4-15-04 & Authorize Replacement.
1. Award Contracts For Seasonal Requirements.
1. Authorize Signatures Of Board Chair, Coordinator & Sheriff On Federal Boat & Water Supplemental Grant Agreement.
Bob Hiivala, Chief Deputy Auditor/Treasurer, presented a “Gustafson Addition” plat for approval. On a motion by Russek, second by Heeter, all voted to approve a plat, “GUSTAFSON ADDITION,” as submitted by Barry & Rebecca Gustafson, husband and wife, fee owners, of the following property: Lot 2, Block 1, Keskey Addition, according to the record plat thereof; with all outstanding taxes, including green acre liability, if any, having been paid; the park dedication fee has been paid (#98203); there are no new roads involved; and the title opinion prepared by Jean Paulson, attorney, has been reviewed by Assistant County Attorney, Thomas C. Zins, who finds the plat to be ready for recording along with the consents of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems and US Bank.
Hiivala was contacted by a property owner on County Ditch 13. Last year the County Board authorized removal of beavers. The property owner indicated that the dams remain, causing flooding in the ditch. Russek moved to authorize Eichelberg and Hiivala to meet with the resident on 4-23-04 to review the situation, seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0.
The claims listing was reviewed. Hiivala referenced the claim approved on the Consent Agenda to St. Michael City for $70,328.50 for the Supplemental Assessment (Fund 61-Sewer). Copies of the request for payment from the City were distributed along with a memorandum from Brian Asleson, Chief Deputy Attorney. Asleson’s memo explained that the payment is for a share of the cost overrruns for the main sewer line bringing service to the area and that the claim should be paid from dedicated funds for the District. At today’s meeting, Asleson said the County was first made aware of the cost overruns in the Fall of 2002. The overruns related to a condemnation matter with two landowners and are the Sewer District’s share of the costs. The dedicated fund balance is comprised of prepayments by the District’s residents, as 50% prepaid their assessments. Replenishment of these funds will be through future hookups. The Auditor’s Office suggested using the dedicated fund balance versus placing supplemental assessments on properties. When questioned as to whether these costs seemed reasonable, Asleson responded that it was unfortunate that the condemnation got way out of hand. The costs relate to the pipe that provides service to the area. These costs were split 60/40 with the residents (District paid 60%). Asleson said the residents in the District could be assessed or collection could be through future hookups. His suggestion was that the latter option would be simpler. All charges are against the District, not against the County.
If there is a shortfall in the future, the residents of the District would be responsible. Asleson said there was an agreement which the County and City entered into guaranteeing capacity. There is not an actual agreement relating to the operation of the District. Mattson referenced a past situation involving Lake Pulaski residents, where residents sued the City for assessments which doubled. The residents won and the entire City was responsible for the costs. Asleson said that litigation involved special assessments by the City. In that case, the residents alleged their land was not benefitting to the extent of the assessments. With the Lake Charlotte/Martha Subordinate District, they did not elect to proceed under Chapter 429, special assessments. A different chapter was used. The benefit provided was not a detriment to the landowners. Asleson said the $70,000 relates to costs over and above what was anticipated, but there was no guarantee of the total cost. He felt the costs were fair. Russek said he did not have a problem with payment of the claim as long as the cost was not spread to County residents outside of the District. No further approval was required as this claim was approved as part of the Consent Agenda. On a motion by Russek, second by Eichelberg, all voted to approve the claims as listed in the abstract, subject to audit.
Marc Mattice, Parks Administrator, said work has commenced on the Schroeder Park septic system. As soon as road restrictions are lifted, the tanks will be set. A copy of the drawings was distributed reflecting required tank covers which were not included in the original drawings. Mattice explained the Parks Department changed what they wanted for better maintenance. A total of $1,760 was budgeted for tank lids. If all cast iron lids were ordered, an additional $1,280 would be required. Mattice suggested that plastic lids with a rubber sealer be utilized on the lake side bathroom. Cast iron would be required in areas that need to withstand vehicle weight. If plastic lids were used, the additional cost would be reduced to $840. Eichelberg moved to approve the additional cost of $840 for tank covers, seconded by Heeter. Mattson said he would be voting against the motion. He felt the contractor should absorb the additional cost, not the County, and that the contractor should have known what was needed. The motion and second were amended to include the funding source of the Capital Improvement Bond. The motion carried 4-1 with Mattson casting the nay vote.
A Building Committee meeting was held on 4-14-04. Russek moved to approve the minutes and recommendations, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0:
Remodel Project Update. Joe Scott provided the update. Remaining items on the punch list are to be completed by May 15. Some items cannot be completed until the carpeting and base are installed. Hayes stated a decision was made to not purchase an extended four year warranty on the heat pumps as problems normally would arise within the one year warranty period. Climate Air will be providing a cost estimate to increase fresh air intake on the second floor. Hayes distributed information from the carpet manufacturer regarding resolution of the carpet flaw. The manufacturer agrees to a $2,500 credit for the carpet installed in the courtroom corridors and bridge, replacement of carpet in the VS/CD office area, and to change the carpet in the 3 uninstalled corridors to Bay Ridge #535 Ridge Blue. Hayes reported the reordered carpet should be here in about four weeks.
Recommendation: accept the proposed carpet resolution with a $2,500 credit. Norman stated the credit would be included in Change Order #8 for approval at next week’s Board Meeting. Norman stated signature on substantial completion documents will also be on next week’s County Board agenda. Scott stated an exception should be noted for the reordered carpet’s one year warranty to begin with the date of installation. It was noted that retainage will continue to be held until the Board approves the final completion report. Holes in the parking lot from the temporary fencing also still need to be filled in. Norman stated the total change order cost with the $2,500 deduct for the carpet credit is $112,760. It was noted that approximately $76,000 of the total is due to fire alarm requirements beyond the control of the County. The status of the cement project on the south entrance was discussed. Hayes stated a revised warranty is being forwarded to the engineer for review with caulking scheduled for the middle of May. Following discussion there was consensus for Norman to send a letter to the contractor this week outlining the County’s expectations regarding waterproofing and caulking, and for a meeting to be scheduled prior to the caulking date if any of the items are in dispute.
Modular Furniture & Carpet, Sheriff Annex. Hayes stated Neil’s Carpet is willing to reduce the cost of carpeting in the Sheriff Annex area by $2,900 by reusing the flawed carpet for a total cost of $5,256. The price includes removal and disposing of the old carpet. Recommendation: Approve. Hayes presented a request for modular furniture for nine cubicles for detectives, an office for a sergeant, and an office for a lieutenant for a cost of $24,000. He stated approximately $6,000 in inventoried pieces can be used and the receptionist area was able to be created from pieces. Recommendation: Approve from Fund 34. Additional costs above $24,000 to be paid by the Sheriff’s Department. (End of Building Minutes)
Wayne Fingalson, Highway Engineer, requested approval of Agreement No. 86422 with Mn/DOT for the CSAH 35 project adjacent to TH 55. The Agreement provides for a lump sum payment of $116,823.47 to Wright County for the State’s share of the roadway construction costs to be performed on CSAH 35. Mattson referenced page 8, Section C, Termination of Agreement. He inquired whether the language of termination should include termination with or without cause. Asleson assumed this language was a part of other contracts and did not foresee a problem. Eichelberg moved to adopt Resolution #04-24, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
At 9:33 A.M., Sawatzke closed the bidding on the CSAH 35 Construction Project (SAP 86-635-30). The engineer’s estimate for the project was $1,215,000. Fingalson opened and read the bids. Russek moved to lay the bids over for one week for recommendation, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0:
Bidder; Aknowledge Addendum 1, 2, 3; Bid Bond; Bid Total
Buffalo Bituminous Inc.; Yes; Yes; $1,172,325.95
Hoffman Construction Company; Yes; Yes; $1,198,593.72
A Negotiations Committee meeting was held on 4-14-04. At today’s meeting, Sawatzke said that the only condition stipulated by the Committee was to make sure the annual modification was acceptable. Richard Norman, County Coordinator, said there is some question whether what the union has requested in the clause of the agreement can be done. The agreement language may change. Russek moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0:
Post Retirement Health Insurance Savings Plan. Herberg stated that the LELS bargaining unit is interested in establishing a Post-Retirement Health Insurance Savings Plan. This would require a Memorandum Of Agreement similar to the one entered into with Teamsters Local No. 320, Sheriff Supervisory Unit. It would not require any contribution from the County above and beyond the severance payment obligations currently in the collective bargaining agreement. Herberg presented a copy of an Agreement they have with Chisago County that allows the union to modify the percentage of accumulated vacation and sick leave that is contributed to the Plan. They would like similar language in an Agreement with us. The Union will have to vote on this Agreement. It was the consensus to proceed provided the Union is in agreement. (End of Negotiation Minutes).
At 9:40 A.M., Sawatzke closed the bid process for the 2004 Overlay Projects (SAP 86-613-02, SAP 86-630-19, CP 86-103-04, CP 86-134-043). The engineer’s estimate was $2,150,000. Fingalson opened and read the bids. Sawatzke referenced the bid from Buffalo Bituminous and inquired whether the County could purchase extra mileage when a bid comes in lower than the estimate. Fingalson said it would be unusual to do this as the bids called for specific projects. A supplemental agreement would be required. On a motion by Heeter, second by Russek, all voted to lay the bids over for one week for recommendation:
Bidder; Bid Bond; Bid Total
Duininck Bros., Inc.; Yes; $2,099,008.71
Buffalo Bituminous, Inc.; Yes; $1,767,562.72
Wm. Mueller & Son; Yes; $2,041,777.90
At 9:45 A.M., Sawatzke closed the bid process for the used paver. The Highway Department budgeted $75,000 for this purchase which was calculated into the equipment note. Fingalson opened one bid. Russek moved to lay the bid over for one week for review, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0:
Bidder; Bid Bond; Bid Total
Ziegler; Yes; $83,070.00 including sales tax
Sheriff Gary Miller and Capt. Gary Torfin requested approval of a resolution acknowledging May 1-7, 2004 as Correctional Officers’ Week. Sheriff Miller referenced a study showing the worst job to have is a prison guard or correctional officer. He did not feel this was the case in Wright County. He said their staff have a tough job but they do it well. Capt. Torfin asked that the Board recognize the work of these staff members and adopt the resolution. Heeter moved to adopt Resolution #04-25 acknowledging May 1-7, 2004 as Correctional Officer’s Week, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
A Personnel Committee meeting was held on 4-14-04. Eichelberg moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0:
Request To Hire Temporary Support Staff, Extension. Anderson explained that Extension has a $5,000 Temporary Help line item in the budget. This has been used in the past to hire help with 4-H and the County Fair. Since the Ag/Horticulturalist and 4-H Coordinator positions were open for a period of time they have an additional $7,500 that they would like to use for additional temporary help. Thus, she is asking that two temporary positions be authorized with neither exceeding 67 working days. Norman pointed out that an individual in Extension was put on lay-off status the first of the Year and questioned why we would not be obligated to call this person back to work, even if it was temporarily. After lengthy discussion, it was agreed that Norman would seek an opinion from Frank Madden. Recommendation: Recess and lay this item over until 9:00 A.M., April 28th.
Personnel Policy And Procedure Manual. The Committee reviewed Sections 500 and 600. The second sentence in 501.02 was changed to read: “The Wright County Safety and Health Manual is available in the Administration Department and with each department head.” In 501.03 the word “any” was changed to “a.” The last sentence in 511.05 was changed to read: “This training will be mandatory for all affected employees.” Section 512, Dress, will be discussed at the next Committee meeting. In discussing Section 513, Electric Equipment In Work Stations, Melvin stated that a recent tour of departments found at least four locations where coffee pots were being used and they were not commercial grade. It was the consensus that Buskey and Melvin should tour the buildings again and compile a list of unauthorized electric equipment. Section 601.03 was modified by removing the second paragraph. Section 601.07 was changed to read: “Donated time, as authorized under Section 310, will count as part of FMLA leave.” In 602.01 the word “provides” was changed to “considers.” In 602.06 and 603.01, last sentence, “resigned” was put in place of “a resignation.” The Committee will continue its review on April 28, 2004. (End of Personnel Minutes)
A Technology Committee meeting was held on 4-13-04. After discussion, the minutes were changed to add the following sentence to Item V, Discuss Voice Menu, “No authorization was given for voice menu at this time.” Heeter moved to approve the minutes as corrected, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0:
Record Management Project - Attorney. At the 2-26-04 meeting it was recommended Swing and Hohl return with an overtime request which included number of employees, cost, time frame, and employee time commitment to the project. Four employees have committed hours for a one month trial basis at a total cost of $2,059.96. An estimate of $26,000 was received for the project to be done by an outside vendor. Hohl stated during the trial period with the vendor it was still necessary for the secretarial staff to spot check the records and errors were found. Recommendation: Approve secretarial staff overtime in order to determine progress after a one month trial period.
Record Management - Court Administration.
A. Request for short-term storage in the Records Center. Nordeen requested approval to store files in the Records Center on a temporary basis with the understanding they would be removed by September 1, 2004. Recommendation: Approve.
B. Court Administration & Records Center - Long Term. There was discussion on permanent storage of Court Administration files with the future takeover by the State. Nordeen stated she requested clarification from the State several months ago regarding the County’s on-going obligations after the takeover. In response to her questions, she received copies of Minnesota Statutes 484.77 Facilities, and 375.14 Offices and supplies furnished for county officers (copies attached). It was the consensus of the Committee that records storage is only one of many issues which need to be addressed with the State takeover, and should be referred to either the Committee of the Whole or Budget Committee of the Whole. Heeter will contact Anderson and arrange a time to meet with her to review the current record storage location and volume of records.
GIS Intern Funding. Wittstock reported the center line project is nearing completion and the intern in that position will be done approximately the second week of May. Over the winter months the survey technicians scanned approximately 3,500 back files of plats from the Recorder’s Office. There are about 1,000 plats left to scan from the late 1800’s. Wittstock requested $5,000 for an intern position to complete the scanning project. This would be a one-time expenditure for this information to be computerized as the Recorder’s staff routinely scans new plats as they are recorded. Recommendation: Approve with a suggested funding source of Budget 820.
Preliminary 2005 Budget Discussion. Swing stated with his current level of staffing it is taking three months to do routine computer installs; network security is becoming critical and time consuming, which was evident with the recent spread of viruses; and the various projects IT is involved with. He reported he would be requesting the following new positions for 2005, listed in order of priority:
A. Staffing Priorities
1st: Technical Support Supervisor - (1) to coordinate and assist Tech on task list items; (2) take responsibility for security, upgrading network infrastructure, server upgrades, etc. Emphasis would be on item 1 with initial objective of decreasing backlog.
2nd: Microcomputer Specialist.
3rd: 50% clerical position. Position would also assist in record management activities. At this point, we see a consistent AM schedule. Will handle phone starting at 8 AM.
4th: Record Management Supervisor.
B. Swing listed the following as major projects for 2005:
-Land Records Web Portal - This is a collaboration effort with other counties to develop portals of information specific to particular types of requests, i.e. Realtors.
-Network performance - gigabyte backbone & Internet connection. Wright Vocation School is part of the State’s hub. Plans are for the County to connect to this hub which would connect the County to a very large system. Swing stated the County is currently reliant on a single circuit and needs to be very careful the network doesn’t collapse with the addition of GIS and demands on the wire.
-Law Enforcement System Geographic Information System - No information has been received at this time on the status of the grant application.
Discuss Voice Menu. Human Services is interested in the possibility of using a voice menu. Last year Court Services implemented a voice menu and it seems to be working well for their department. Swing requested the Committee’s opinion and direction in response to requests from departments for voice menu. Members of the Committee did not like using a voice menu personally, felt it is less user friendly and may make it more difficult for the elderly to obtain assistance. No position was taken in opposition for Swing to work with individual departments requesting use of a voice menu. No authorization was given for voice menu at this time.
Visit Records Center (Annex Basement). Swing reported shelving and card access have been installed and that Sheriff Department and Human Services boxes have been relocated to the Records Center. There was brief discussion on staffing the Records Center. Concern was expressed that with the amount that has already been invested in record management that the project not lose momentum or go backward without a Record Management Supervisor. Swing concurred with the need to keep the project moving, but felt the other positions he was requesting for 2005 were more urgent. Following the meeting Swing gave a tour of the Records Center in the basement. (End of Technology Minutes)
A Ways & Means Committee meeting was held on 4-14-04. Russek moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Heeter. It was noted that the bid requirements did not require a bid bond so the bid from Fairway Construction was legal. The motion carried 5-0:
Bid Opening, Seasonal Requirements. The meeting began with introductions and bids were officially closed. A total of twenty-four (24) sealed bids were opened and presented. Two bids were received for Aggregate Crushing and Stockpiling. The apparent low bid from Fairway Construction, Inc. did not include a bid bond. Bid specifications did not require a bid bond for this product. Fingalson will consult with the Attorney’s Office. The bids will be tabulated for presentation to the Board at the next County Board meeting. (End of Ways & Means Minutes)
Heeter moved to authorize herself and Fingalson to attend the Transportation Alliance Washington Fly In, June 8-10, 2004, as part of the Highway 55 Corridor Coalition. Russek Chairs the Coalition and Heeter is the Secretary/Treasurer. The motion was seconded by Russek. Mattson questioned the cost of the Fly In and referenced costs expended on lobbyists and the Transportation Alliance. He said Congressman Kennedy has already brought a lot of money into the area. Fingalson said the cost of the Fly In is approximately $1,200 per person. Fingalson’s expense was budgeted in the Highway Department. Sawatzke referenced the NACE Convention recently attended by Fingalson and questioned the County policy for one out of state conference per year. Fingalson said the policy applies to conferences. The Fly In will provide an opportunity to lobby for additional funding for the Highway 55 project, as they will be competing against other corridor coalitions for the funding. Fingalson did not anticipate any additional out of state travel for this year. Although the cost for the Fly In is high, Heeter felt the money would be well invested should additional funding be obtained. Eichelberg requested that while at the Fly In, Fingalson reconfirm the importance of the Hwy. 241 project as the Senate has not yet voted. Sawatzke added that Hwy. 101 should be mentioned as well as funds are needed to match the State. Fingalson felt he would have the opportunity to discuss additional funding for other designated projects while at the Fly In. They will need to meet without Senators as Kennedy’s efforts have been with the House. Sawatzke inquired whether the Hwy. 55 Coalition had discussed funding the attendance at the Fly In. Fingalson responded that they do not have the funding to do so. The motion carried 5-0.
Russek moved to adopt Resolution #04-26 approving a Charitable Gambling Application, Form LG200R, for the Crow River Youth Hockey Association, Boon Docks Saloon (Rockford Twp.). The motion was seconded by Mattson and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
On a motion by Mattson, second by Russek, all voted to change the time of the Ways & Means Committee Meeting on 4-28-04 from 1:00 P.M. to 10:30 A.M.
Norman received information from Jon Young, Human Services, relating to Homeland Security Grants. The grant information was downloaded and reflected a short time frame to respond, with applications due by 5-14-04. Norman suggested referring this issue to the Civil Defense Committee. Eichelberg moved to schedule a Civil Defense Committee Meeting for 4-27-04 at 1:30 P.M., seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
Ancom Technical Center $685.43
Pennie Anderson 125.00
City Annandale 1,079.80
Aramark Correctional Serv. 4,823.16
B&D Plumbing and Heating 299.00
Joe Backes 107.25
Stephen Berg 1,700.00
Rick Bonk 100.00
Boyer Truck Parts 888.42
Briggs & Morgan 2,500.00
Bryan Rock Products 970.38
City Buffalo 641.88
Burdas Towing 158.45
Cellular One 724.11
Center Point Energy 4,707.42
Centra Sota Lake Region 23,762.42
Central McGowan Inc. 382.73
Chamberlain Oil Co. 1,520.44
City Clearwater 733.78
Cragun’s Lodging & Conf. 141.77
Crysteel Dist. Inc. 197.66
Dale’s 66 159.75
Dept. of Public Safety 120.00
Ernst Gen. Const. Inc. 2,130.00
Federated Propane 566.29
Wayne Fingalson 1,155.97
Gateway Companies Inc. 17,160.46
GCS Service Inc. 701.52
Raymond Glunz 200.00
Graphic & Printing Serv. 908.00
Byron Gustafson 100.00
H&R Const. Co. 906.74
Amy Hertzog 141.75
Hickory Tech Enterprise Sol. 270.00
Hillyard Floor Care Supply 2,998.91
Holiday Inn-Eau Claire 279.00
Identix Incorporated 156.18
Indianhead Specialty Co. Inc. 105.22
Interstate All Battery Center 490.50
Interstate Battery Sys. of Mpls. 318.22
Ralph Klocke 100.00
Greg Kramber 243.01
Michael Laurent 117.38
Law Enforcement Tech. Gro. 170.00
Lorman Education Serv. 289.00
Richard Mattson 430.98
Midland Corp. Benefits SVC 747.50
Minnesota CLE 222.59
MN Alcohol Traffic Safety Assn. 555.00
MN Assn. of Cty Prob. Ofcrs. 400.00
MN Counties Comp. Co-op 3,528.00
MN State Auditor 496.20
MN Transportation Alliance 400.00
Monticello Ford Mercury Inc. 778.37
Moodys Investors Service 4,000.00
National Assoc. for Bank Secur 195.95
North American Salt Co. 30,697.43
Office Depot 2,316.58
Olsen Chain & Cable Co. 381.72
Pakor Inc. 420.39
PC Solutions Inc. 103.20
Lynn Peavey Company 393.95
Powerplan OIB 222.30
Tom Praska 180.38
Anthony Rasmusson 161.50
Reds Auto Electric 156.20
Reed Business Information 532.89
Reichs Foster Home 1,640.00
Royal Tire Inc. 330.15
Ruttger’s Bay Lake Lodge 907.36
Ryan Motors Inc. 604.36
SBC Paging 783.73
Springsted Inc. 20,328.82
St. Cloud Stamp & Sign 479.06
City St. Michael 70,328.50
State of MN Intertech Grp. 496.50
State of MN-Info Tech Div-R HA 743.15
Tab Products Co. 2,034.15
Time Maintenance 215.87
Tools Unlimited 733.58
Total Printing 576.65
Uniforms Unlimited 1,115.32
United Rentals Hwy. Tech. 178.76
Verizon Wireless 629.50
Wright Co. Auditor-Treas. 555.50
Wright-Hennepin Electric 3,210.09
Xcel Energy 191.74
Zack’s Inc. 454.33
49 payments less than $100 2,211.50
Final total $243,263.26
The meeting adjourned at 10:16 A.M.