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Wright County Board Minutes
August 10, 2004
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Heeter, Mattson, Eichelberg, Russek and Sawatzke present.
Eichelberg moved to approve the minutes of 7-27-04, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: Consent Item A4, “Charitable Gambling Application, St. Michael-Albertville Rotary Club” (Norman); Consent Item B2, “Approve Abatement, PID #213-600-000012, AT & T (Monticello Twp.)” (Norman); Consent Item B3, “Approve Abatement, PID #155-110-001290, Kenneth Shultz, (City of Monticello)” (Norman); Consent Item B4, “Approve Abatement, PID #114-168-001060, Dennis & Carol Wyffels (City of St. Michael)” (Norman); Consent Item B5, “Approve Abatement, PID #109-600-000020, Lake Region Coop Oil Assoc. (City of Howard Lake)” (Norman); Consent Item D2, “Acknowledge Appointment, Ryan Ferguson, Deputy Sheriff, Eff. 8-09-04 (Grade 5); (Norman); Consent Item D3, “Acknowledge Appointment, Louis Beauchane, Deputy Sheriff, Eff. 8-09-04 (Grade 5)” (Norman); Aud./Treas. Item #4, “Petition For Ditch 31 Crossing” (Hiivala); Aud./Treas. Item #5, “Jt. Ditch #4 Meeting” (Russek); Hwy. Engineer Item #7, “Cokato Salt Shed Discussion” (Mattson). The following item was removed from the Agenda and will be discussed at the next Board Meeting, “June Rev./Exp. Guideline Report” (Hiivala). Russek moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0.
On a motion by Russek, second by Eichelberg, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda as amended:
1. Performance Appraisals: W. Peterson, Assr.; J. Palm, G. Stoppelman, Bldg. Maint.; J. McComb, Ct. Admin.; J. Wright, Hwy.; D. Anselment, T. Eull, R. Helgeson, J. Hinton, J. Mackereth, K. Olson, Sher.; M. True, Surv.
2. Claim, Gene Branstrom, $1,084.24.
3. Claim, Pfeifer Construction, $77,933.
4. Charitable Gambling Application, St. Michael-Albertville Rotary Club.
1. Approve Abatement, PID# 118-090-004010, Rickie & Mary Nelson (City of Otsego).
2. Approve Abatement, PID #213-600-000012, AT & T (Monticello Twp.).
3. Approve Abatement, PID #155-110-001290, Kenneth Shultz, (City of Monticello).
4. Approve Abatement, PID #114-168-001060, Dennis & Carol Wyffels (City of St. Michael).
5. Approve Abatement, PID #109-600-000020, Lake Region Coop Oil Assoc. (City of Howard Lake).
C. COURT ADMINISTRATION
1. Recognize Termination, Jennifer Sorensen, Court Clerk, Eff. 7-27-04 & Authorize Replacement.
1. Acknowledge Retirement, Stewart Wirth, Lieutenant, Eff. 9-30-04 & Authorize Replacement.
2. Acknowledge Appointment, Ryan Ferguson, Deputy Sheriff, Eff. 8-09-04 (Grade 5).
3. Acknowledge Appointment, Louis Beauchane, Deputy Sheriff, Eff. 8-09-04 (Grade 5).
Bob Hiivala, Auditor/Treasurer, introduced Bruce Kimmel, Springsted Financial Advisors. Kimmel distributed the results of the sale of $8,485,000 in General Obligation Solid Waste Revenue Refunding Bonds Series 2004C which occurred on 8-09-04. Seven bids were received representing 20 underwriters. The true interest rate ranged from 2.9885% to 3.0707%. The bid award went to Legg Mason Wood Walker, Inc. with a true interest rate of 2.9885%. The net future value savings to the County through 2012 will be over $1 million. Kimmel described the results as excellent given the projected interest rate of 3.5% only a month ago. Kimmel was in contact with Moody’s on the County’s credit rating. Recently, the County was upgraded to an A-1 rating. Today, Commissioner Sawatzke was presented with a plaque officially recognizing the County for the A-1 rating. Kimmel’s conversation was positive with the analyst given the County’s overall credit worthiness. Moody’s was not ready to upgrade the status but reaffirmed the A-1 status. The County will be saving about $130,000 annually on the debt service. Kimmel requested approval of a draft resolution reflecting the sale of $8,285,000 General Obligation Solid Waste Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2004C. He noted the total bond amount was reduced by $200,000 adding to the savings the County is receiving. Heeter moved to adopt Resolution #04-48, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Hiivala said a request was received from John T. Peterson on behalf of Frank and Marilyn Schmidt for two ditch crossings on their property (Ditch #31 and Lateral 1on Ditch #22). The Schmidts own 260 acres in Woodland Township and would like to sell a portion of their property to their son. The request for approval of a variance to comply with zoning requirements was presented to the Board of Adjustment. The Board of Adjustment did not take action as they wanted to see what action the County Board would take on the request. The Schmidt property is bisected in two locations by Wright County Ditch #31 and Lateral #1 of Wright County Ditch #22. Previous discussion included whether the ditches were drainage ditches or a natural creek or stream. It was confirmed they were both Wright County ditches. The request is for approval of ditch crossings over these areas and it is understood the Schmidts would need to install culverts. Peterson said a copy of the information was provided to Kerry Saxton, SWCD, for review and approval. Mattson moved to approve the request pending approval by the SWCD, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0. Hiivala will send a letter to Saxton indicating the action taken at today’s meeting.
A Joint Ditch #4 meeting was recently attended in Hollywood Township by Russek and Hiivala. Russek explained that one property owner was opposed to the proposed work. That property owner is on the end of the outlet which is private property. Part of the proposed work is in Carver County and the other portion is in Wright County. Estimated cost is $46,000-$49,000. The request could not be approved at the Ditch meeting because not enough members were in attendance. The issue will possibly be approved by the Carver County Board today as a McLeod County Board member planned to attend for that purpose. This was provided as an informational item.
The claims listing was reviewed. Mattson referenced the claim to the City of Hutchinson on page 1 and questioned whether the County had received any payments for use of the Compost Facility. Sawatzke suggested that Norman contact Davis and inform him that a SWTF Meeting should be scheduled to discuss what has transpired at the Facility. Mattson referenced claims on page 18 with regard to inmate care. Mattson recently met with Tom Kelly, Gary Torfin and Brian Asleson on the issue of whether judgments should be sought in an attempt to recoup some of the costs incurred. Mattson said the current process used through a collection agency has proven to be effective. Asleson stated that the current system is working fairly well with collection of about $.10 on each $1.00. These medical costs are for many who do not have insurance and Statute outlines what can be collected. However if the issue went to court, Asleson felt the judge would render a decision based on the person’s ability to pay. Heeter referenced claims on page 18 for inmate dental costs ($1,103.00) associated with five prisoners. Sawatzke responded that dental care is provided for emergency situations only. Russek referred to a claim on page 30, Scharber & Sons Inc. ($9,585.00) for a boom mower and questioned if this should be out of miscellaneous expense. Norman responded that if this was on the list of major equipment items in the budget, it would then be funded out of the equipment bond. Sawatzke referenced page 5, Anoka Ramsey Community College ($898.38) and questioned if the training was under the tuition reimbursement program. Hiivala said the claim was for Cheri Nelson and Karen Hayes to attend project management fundamentals training for one week. Russek moved to approve the claims as listed in the abstract, subject to audit. The motion was seconded by Heeter and carried unanimously.
Brian Asleson, Chief Deputy Attorney, provided an update on the purchase of 290 acres of land near Pelican Lake from the Holker family. The County is working with the US Fish & Wildlife Service on the purchase. The purchase agreement calls for closing between Wright County and the Holkers by August 15th. The US Fish & Wildlife Service is about 90% through with the appraisal process, with the last approval necessary from the State Land Exchange Board. Their next meeting is 9-08-04 and this issue is on their agenda. This approval is required when the Federal Government acquires property in Minnesota. It is hoped that the transfer from Wright County to the US Fish & Wildlife Service will occur around 10-01-04. Asleson will present the purchase agreement for review at the next Board Meeting. The issue of the buyers premium is still unresolved. The auction bill called for an 8% buyers premium. At the time of purchase, the US Fish & Wildlife Service indicated they could not fund this but the other wildlife groups would assist. Lampi Auction also indicated a possible 1% reduction in the premium since wildlife groups were involved. Asleson said no action was necessary today. The County has already paid the $25,000 earnest money and will need to have just under $1.8 million available at the time of closing. Most of that would be reimbursed back to the County within weeks by the US Fish & Wildlife Service and other groups. Asleson will provide more information at the next Board Meeting.
Wayne Fingalson, Highway Engineer, referenced the bids received at the last meeting for the vehicle storage building, Contract 0410. Six bids were received with the low bid from Nelson Building & Development, Inc. (Buffalo) at $322,900. The bids came in high due to the following factors: 1) Steel costs doubled this year; and 2) The building as proposed would be located within City limits. As the property is zoned in the heavy commercial area, the City requires the exterior of the building to be the same as the Public Works Building. The exterior surface added an additional $70,000 to the cost. The building was proposed to be constructed 23% longer with a separate door to accommodate the storage of the WOW van. Fingalson suggested an option may be to construct a pole building north of the existing cold storage building (outside of City limits) at a cost of about $250,000. Extra costs would be associated with items such as a lift pump to the sewer line and a chain link fence/gate. Another option would be to place the required exterior surface only on the south and east sides. Fingalson was in contact with Hiivala and Kimmel with regard to financing options. Dependent upon what happens with the 2005 budget, it may be possible to combine equipment notes to help finance the building. Discussion followed on storage of the WOW Van. Fingalson said an additional 45’ x 65’ area was added because of maneuverability. Don Mleziva, Human Services Director, said when they first discussed storage of the van, their expectation was a $20,000 encumbrance from Human Services and they were also looking at the potential for Federal reimbursement. With the current proposal, it is estimated Human Services would need to fund $40,000-$85,000. With rental space at $200-$250/month (4-6 onths/year), he had a hard time justifying that expense. Current rental includes heated storage which would not be the case with the vehicle storage building. Norman said that $175,000 was earmarked for the storage building. Mleziva asked for consideration to have the WOW van space removed from the project. Fingalson suggested that instead of rejecting all bids, the issue be referred to the Transportation Committee Of The Whole (TCOTW) Meeting to review options. Sawatzke felt the bids should be rejected as Human Services was possibly withdrawing from the contract and the cost was twice of 08-10-04 what was budgeted. He suggested approaching the City for a variance as a pole shed would match the current buildings. Mattson moved to reject the bids and refer the issue to the TCOTW. The motion includes Human Services no longer being a part of the project for storage of the WOW Van and to review alternative surfaces. The motion was seconded by Russek and carried 5-0.
A Transportation Committee Of The Whole (TCOTW) meeting is scheduled for 8-16-04 at 8:30 A.M. Fingalson requested that the time be changed to the afternoon if possible. Heeter moved to change the time of the TCOTW meeting to 8-16-04 with a start time of 1:15 P.M. and an ending time no later than 4:30 P.M. The vehicle storage shed discussion will be added to the agenda. The motion was seconded by Russek and carried 5-0.
At their 7-23-04 meeting, the TH 55 Corridor Coalition Joint Powers Board voted to accept the proposal of SRF Consulting Group, Inc. for administrative and technical assistance to the TH 55 Corridor Coalition. Their proposal was selected out of eight submitted. Wright County is the authorized agent for the TH 55 Corridor Coalition. The project will receive 80% Federal funding. Thus far, $1.5 million in Federal funding has been received. Out of this amount, $1 million has been used toward various activities including a traffic study. Sawatzke questioned language in the document which reflects SRF charging 137% of direct labor costs. Fingalson felt this was standard language in the agreement and that no additional fees would be incurred beyond the total contract of $57,451.46 unless agreed upon between both parties. Heeter moved to approve the agreement, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
Fingalson requested approval of Amendment No. 1 to Mn/DOT Agreement No. 86572 for the TH 55 Corridor Coalition. The original agreement, approved on 5-25-04, allows Mn/DOT to act as the County’s agent in accepting Federal aid in connection with the TH 55 Corridor Project. At the time of the approval, the cost estimate was $50,000. The accepted proposal was $57,500 so an amendment to the Agreement is required. Russek moved to adopt Resolution #04-49, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Eichelberg moved to adopt Resolution #04-50 for final acceptance for Contract 0407, 2004 Aggregate Stockpile, and authorizing final payment of $4,059.50. The motion was seconded by Russek and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Eichelberg moved to adopt Resolution #04-51 approving Agreement No. 79964R and resolution for traffic control signal in Albertville at the junction of CSAH 19 & CSAH 37. The agreement is required so Mn/DOT may recoup the $22,000 cost of the cabinet and controller which is shared by the City and the County. The motion was seconded by Russek and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Mattson inquired on the status of Agreement information he requested previously on the Cokato salt shed. Fingalson responded that he had sent the information via e-mail to Heeter and Mattson. As neither of them had received it, he said he will fax the information to them.
A Building Committee Meeting was held on 7-28-04. At today’s Board Meeting, discussion involved the update of the Government Center drawings. Norman stated that in the past, the County has relied on the contractors for the as-built drawings but the drawings have proven unreliable. The proposal would be to receive an up-to-date set of drawings from the architect that would include the fire alarm system and change orders. He could not confirm they would be 100% accurate. Norman explained that Building Maintenance references these drawings for repair work. Russek moved to approve the minutes and recommendations, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0:
Architect’s Final Report. Engel provided a summary of the overall project. The total construction cost for the project was $1,147,760, including $112,760 in change orders. Many of the change orders were the result of fire alarm requirements. Problems with the heat pumps was discussed. $10,000 of the final payment has been withheld until the heat pump issue has been resolved. Engel stated he has obtained an extended warranty on the heat pumps until October, 2005. A meeting was held with the contractor 7-19-04. A list of items was reviewed at that meeting which subcontractors are to address by 7-30-04. There are also a couple areas where air balancing has not been completed. Engel distributed a proposal to update the drawings of the Government Center to reflect currently known conditions to serve as a record document to include: 1) Architectural, Mechanical and Electrical drawings for the portions of the Government Center which Buetow has been involved with (Government Center West and Annex Building’s First, Second and Fourth Floors); and 2) floor plans of currently observable conditions for the Annex Building’s Basement and Third Floor, at a cost of $6,995 plus reimbursable expenses. Fire Alarm System floor plans would be provided for all portions of the Government Center for a fee of $8,995 plus reimbursable expenses. $6,995 does not include a printed hard copy. Swing stated with the acquisition of a new plotter in Planning & Zoning it will be possible to print out our own copies from disk. Discussion followed on how these drawings would differ from the contractor’s as-built drawings and other drawings in Wright County’s possession and why there is additional charge for these drawings above the project cost. Engel stated Hennepin County routinely includes these documents in their projects, but most projects do not because of the additional cost. Engel stated he would include information on the heat pump sensors on the drawings if they are provided. He will also include fire alarm schematic information on the drawings. Hayes stated the advantage of mylar copies is they are reproducible. Norman recommended obtaining one set of printed documents. There was further discussion on the status of the heat pumps. Engel stated he would contact the manufacturer and try to obtain an extension to the warranty beyond the October, 2005 date. Recommendation: Accept Buetow & Associates’s proposal to update the drawings of the Government Center at a cost not to exceed $8,000, including reimbursable expenses.
Community Room Improvements. Norman stated Planning & Zoning requested this item be placed on the agenda to discuss a microphone system and recording capabilities in the Community Room. He mentioned future use of the Community Room space should be a consideration. Mattson suggested the use of portable microphones. Swing stated costs have come down significantly the past few years and suggested having EPA provide a cost estimate and recommendation on multi-media systems for both the Community Room and Board Room. Recommendation: Authorize Swing to contact EPA and proceed with obtaining estimates for informational purposes. (End of Building Committee Minutes)
A Deferred Compensation Committee Meeting was held on 7-28-04. At today’s Board Meeting, Sawatzke questioned whether the following sentence should be omitted from the minutes, “It was also recommended to not allow any additional new plans for 2004 due to the number of plans which are available to employees.” Heeter responded that this was the decision at the meeting, not to entertain any additional plans for this plan year. Heeter moved to approve the minutes as presented, seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0:
Guided Portfolio Services, VALIC. VALIC has partnered with Ibbotson Associates, Inc. to develop the Guided Portfolio Service which is a tool an employee can utilize to manage investments. Schultz explained there is a great need for people wanting professional advice for their retirement account. Employees would obtain independent investment advice from Ibbotson as to how much to save and where to invest. Employees can also choose to have their portfolios managed for them. An employee will have the option to choose to participate in the following:
A. Portfolio Advisor. An employee would be provided portfolio information based on their assets and allowed to manage their own funds. Cost is $90/year.
B Portfolio Manager. An employee would be provided portfolio information based on their assets. Ibbotson would select investment funds and provide the employee a 10-day notice with their intent. After that time, Ibbotson would control investment funds. Rules of the portfolio must be followed and funds must stay within the established funds. Employees could terminate participation at any time. The employee would then not be allowed to participate for one year. Cost is six tenths of one percent of portfolio balance.
Recommendation: Authorize signature of Bob Hiivala (Plan Representative) on the Guided Portfolio Services Program Plan Services Agreement (attached). This action is pending review of the document by Hiivala and the Attorney’s Office. It was noted that there is nothing in the Deferred Compensation Plan which allows or disallows this type of service.
Deferred Compensation Plan Update. Schultz received notice from VALIC that there are new deferred compensation laws which may affect the Deferred Compensation Plan. He offered the services of VALIC to rewrite the Plan if needed.
Update on ING & MetLife Plans. In 2003, the Committee recommended and the Board approved offering ING and MetLife to employees contingent upon meeting the minimum requirement of 20 new enrollees by 2-29-04 in order for the Plan to be added effective 3-01-04. It was also recommended to not allow any additional new plans for 2004 due to the number of plans which are available to employees. As the minimum number of enrollees was not met, these offerings were not added. This was provided as an informational update.
Retirement Presentations. Discussion involved the potential of providing a generic presentation to employees on retirement. Norman said generic presentations have been rotated between providers. During those sessions, individual companies would not market their products. Any marketing must be done after work hours. Individual meetings must be scheduled on an employee’s break time or after hours.
Plan Beneficiaries. Ameritas is the only plan that holds the County accountable for beneficiaries. All other plan offerings work directly with the employee’s family and disburse funds directly to them. It was suggested that no new employees be allowed to sign up for Ameritas unless Ameritas elects to follow the same procedures as the other plans offered. The Committee recommended that Hiivala and the County Attorney’s Office review the Deferred Compensation Plan in this regard. If needed, the Attorney’s Office could contact Rider Bennett for an opinion on whether this action is covered by the Plan. (End of Deferred Compensation Minutes)
Russek moved to adopt Resolution #04-52 approving a Charitable Gambling Application for Ducks Unlimited Ladies Duck Talk, Silver Springs Golf Course (Monticello Township). The motion was seconded by Heeter and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
AAA Striping Service Inc. $41,882.00
ABM Equipment & Supply Inc. 253.58
Advantage Water Conditioning 223.82
Albertville Body Shop Inc. 1,364.14
Albion Township 1,246.30
American Institutional Supply 114.00
Ameripride Linen and Apparel 390.35
AMI Imaging Systems, Inc. 1,500.00
ANCOM Communications Inc. 15,815.25
ANCOM Technical Center 1,172.67
Sherlyn Anderson 236.45
City Annandale 1,118.80
Anoka Co. Juvenile Center 2,624.50
Anoka Ramsey Community Clg. 898.38
Aramark Correctional Services 5,059.77
Assn. of Minnesota Counties 150.00
Atrix International Inc. 335.20
B & D Plumbing and Heating 3,491.00
Bachman Printing 306.72
Bob Barker Co. 318.68
Donald Bickmann 100.00
BLM Technologies Inc. 318.44
Jim Borrett 159.02
Bound Tree Medical LLC 7,147.03
BP Amoco 124.33
Braun Intertec Corporation 5,000.00
Darnell Brethorst 145.93
Brewsters Sea & Ski 298.00
Bristows Kawasaki & Polaris 295.80
Buffalo Auto Alignment 127.00
Buffalo Bituminous 119,630.90
Buffalo Quality Feed Mill 845.40
Buffalo Township 740.20
City Buffalo 37,109.60
Buildings Consulting Group Inc. 117.00
Burdas Towing 270.52
Bureau of Crim. Apprehension 300.00
CDW Government Inc. 252.00
Cellular One 248.22
Cellular 2000 of St. Cloud 158.18
City Clearwater 544.20
Climate Air 9,489.62
Cokato Equipment Inc. 7,398.83
Cokato Township 576.95
Commissioner of Transportation 158.13
Computer Training International 862.00
Consulting Radiologists Inc. 152.00
Corinna Township 1,023.60
CPS Technology Solutions 1,395.00
Cub Foods 100.00
City Delano 5,089.00
Franklin Denn 508.50
Dental Care Assoc. of Buffalo 1,103.00
Diamond Mowers Inc. 566.42
Diers Electric 618.38
E. Central Regional Juvenile 10,230.00
Dale Engel 225.50
Ernst General Construction 395.00
Debbie Ernst 109.50
Exxon Mobil 165.76
Fairway Construction Inc. 4,059.50
Federated Propane 1,112.31
Film It Inc. 1,602.49
Timothy Finch 349.44
Focal Point Fixtures Inc. 4,793.00
French Lake Township 578.60
G C Concrete Group 137.12
Gateway Companies Inc. 5,389.99
Gateway Masters Distributor 703.98
Todd Gau 251.25
GCS Service Inc. 251.21
Gould Bros Chev-Olds 133.13
Grafix Shoppe 274.77
Greenview Inc. 18,508.25
H & H Sport Shop Inc. 126.00
Hancock Concrete Products 370.72
City Hanover 1,455.70
Hennepin Co. Sheriff 202.40
Hennepin Co. Treasurer 3,245.00
Herald Journal Publishing 170.05
Hillyard Floor Care Supply 252.53
Interstate Automotive 399.38
Intoximeters Inc. 624.09
Michael Janckila 203.45
Junction Towing & Auto Repair 143.33
Klatt True Value Electric 103.94
KNR Communications Services 187.50
Greg Kramber 128.75
Lakedale Telephone Company 498.15
LaPlant Demo Inc. 826.49
Michael Laurent 193.54
Law Enforcement Technology 170.00
Loffler Business Systems Inc. 2,024.58
Lund Industries Inc. 464.28
Maple Lake Lumber Company 329.33
Maple Lake Township 1,497.10
Marco Business Products 10,596.79
Martin Marietta Aggregates 225.78
Martin-McAllisters Consulting 1,750.00
The Metro Group Inc. 3,948.17
Metropolitan Cardiology Cons. 147.00
Middleville Township 1,213.00
Minnesota Chemical Co. 128.33
Minnesota Corrections Assoc. 135.00
Minn. State University-Mankato 1,050.00
Mitchell 1 447.30
MN Assn. for Court Management 175.00
MN Assn. of Assessing Officers 250.00
MN Counties Computer Co-op 1,946.95
MN Sex Crimes Investgtrs Assn. 310.00
Mobile Vision 5,919.33
Monticello Ford Mercury Inc. 405.33
Monticello Township 116.00
City Monticello 150.00
Morell Towing Inc. 173.06
Nextel Communications 1,610.44
Northwest River Supplies 262.21
Office Depot 4,371.95
OSI Environmental Inc. 355.00
David Pederson 162.00
Barbara Peterson 292.11
Wallace Peterson 130.88
Tom Praska 219.37
Precision Prints of Wright Co. 186.38
Prosource One 3,156.77
Purcell Plumbing and Heating 188.70
Record Preservation Inc. 701.95
Dennis Redepenning 135.00
Reds Auto Electric 213.87
Reed Business Information 152.80
Retrofit Recycling Co. 4,635.67
Ritz Camera Centers 798.59
Rockford Fire Department 3,045.00
City Rockford 5,081.30
Royal Tire Inc. 7,246.99
RS Eden 967.05
Russell Security Resource Inc. 175.73
Ryan Motors Inc. 456.79
Scharber & Sons Inc. 9,585.00
Sherry Schliesing 413.25
Setina Mfg. Co. Inc. 400.58
Sheriffs Youth Program of MN 1,653.47
Simplex Grinnell LP 640.00
M. Smith Publishers 103.00
Software House Intl. Inc. 27,988.15
Span Publishing Inc. 129.00
Sprint-Local Telecom Division 114.11
City St. Michael 4,478.00
State of MN Intertech Grp. 1,205.07
Sterling Drug 3139.46
Rosanne Stoltz 170.00
T & M Towing and Snow Plowing 110.53
Tom’s Towing Service 263.64
Total Printing 849.09
Trimin Systems Inc. 3,631.60
Uniforms Unlimited 2,117.48
United Rentals Highway Technol. 853.95
University of Minnesota 5,174.00
Verizon Wireless 1,531.50
Vibes Technologies Inc. 822.19
Walmart Store 01-1577 623.77
Waste Management TC West 2,694.97
Daniel Weber 104.63
James Weinberger 273.75
W. Central Regional Juvenile 173.00
West Sherburne Tribune 211.80
Westside Equipment 323.56
Woodland Township 1,437.54
Wright Co. Highway Dept. 30,939.84
Wright Co. Journal Press 573.10
Wright Lumber & Millwork Inc. 295.00
Xcel Energy 1,748.77
Peter Yager 147.38
60 payments less than $100 $3,046.95
Final total $534,777.86
The meeting adjourned at 10:36 A.M.