Wright County Board Minutes
November 2, 2004
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 10-26-04, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0.
Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: Consent Item E1, Highway, “Award The Contract For CSAH 6 Bridge Replacement (SP 86-606-05) To Lunda Construction Co., $766,490.65” (Sawatzke); Consent Item E2, Highway, “Refer To 11-05-04 Transportation Committee Of The Whole Meeting: Appoint Two Commissioners To The TH 101 Funding Task Force With City Of Otsego” (Sawatzke); Parks Administrator Item #3, “Set Meeting To Discuss Trail Between Montrose & Buffalo” (Mattson); Chief Deputy Attorney Item #4, “Release Of Highway Easement” (Asleson). Heeter moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
On a motion by Russek, second by Eichelberg, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda as amended:
1. Performance Appraisals: K. Gunnerson, Ct. Admin.; J. Wells, Bldg. Maint.; D. Demarais, Hwy.; C. Schulz, P&Z; R. Fischer, S. Leinonen, S. Quern, Sheriff; D. Ernst, VS/CD.
2. Claim, Frank Madden, $15,498.65.
3. Schedule Labor/Management Health Insurance Committee Meeting For 11-10-04 @ 9:00 A.M.
4. O/T Report, Period Ending 10-22-04.
5. Refer 2003 Safety Report To November 10 Meeting Of The Labor/Management Loss Control Committee.
1. Claim, McCombs, Frank, Roos, $56.00 (September Services-Fund 51 Sewer).
C. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
1. Request Authorization To Approve Claims Submitted By Consultants For Work On The Data & Radio Network Planning Project, Sheriff Department (PSC Alliance, Radio Network Consultant, 911 Surcharge Account; Changemasters, In-house Data System Consultant, Homeland Security Grant).
2. Schedule Bid Opening, Telecommunications Systems RFP, 11-16-04 @ 9:30 A.M.
1. Authorize Signatures On State Snowmobile Supplemental Grant Agreement.
2. Acknowledge Appointment, Joshua Tester, Deputy Sheriff, Eff. 11-15-04 (Grade 5).
1. Award The Contract For CSAH 6 Bridge Replacement (SP 86-606-05) To Lunda Construction Co., $766,490.65.
2. Refer To 11-05-04 Transportation Committee Of The Whole Meeting: Appoint Two Commissioners To The TH 101 Funding Task Force With City Of Otsego.
Bob Hiivala, Auditor/Treasurer, requested approval of a plat, “SHANAGOLDEN.” On a motion by Russek, second by Heeter, all voted to approve a plat, “SHANAGOLDEN,” as submitted by Patrick G. & Alice Meuwissen, husband and wife, fee owners, of the following property described in part as: That part of Gov. Lot 4 of Sec. 5 and that part of Gov. Lot 2 of Sec. 6, Twp. 121, Rge. 27; with all outstanding taxes, including green acre liability, if any having been paid; the park dedication fee has been paid (#101967); there are no new roads involved; and the title opinion prepared by the Young & Brown law firm has been reviewed by Thomas C. Zins, Assistant Wright County Attorney, who finds the plat to be ready for recording.
The claims listing was discussed. Mattson moved to approve the claims as listed in the abstract, subject to audit. The motion was seconded by Russek. Mattson referenced a claim on page 8 to American Institutional Supply. A portion of the purchase was for a mop bucket at a cost of $56.18. Mattson thought it may be advantageous to purchase outside the State contract in some instances. Hiivala said the purchase was for a 35-quart bucket with a wringer. Sawatzke said the cost may be driven higher if the item was made from galvanized steel. The motion carried 5-0.
Jay Wittstock, Surveyor, requested approval to schedule a public hearing to increase the plat checking fees for 2005. This issue was discussed at a recent meeting involving various impacted departments to discuss the platting process in Wright County. At that meeting, it was suggested that a $5.00/lot aerial photography fee be assessed in conjunction with plat-checking fees. The group also felt that an aerial flight every three years was adequate. Wittstock was in contact with a vendor for aerial photography who estimated a cost of $45,000-$50,000 to fly the entire County. The last flyover was completed in 2001 at an approximate cost of $120,000 and is in paper format. The new aerial will be in digital format which will provide the capability of having the aerial photography available on the website. Russek moved to set a Public Hearing on 11-23-04 at 9:30 A.M. for the purpose of reviewing the proposed $5.00 Aerial Photography Fee Per Lot. The motion was seconded by Mattson and carried 5-0. Richard Norman, County Coordinator, will publish the legal notice.
Marc Mattice, Parks Administrator, requested approval to proceed with two property appraisals for possible land acquisition. These include 31 acres adjacent to Stanley Eddy Park Reserve and 140 acres adjacent to Ney Park Reserve. The land adjacent to Stanley Eddy Park was appraised in 2003 and at that time, the owner declined the appraised offer. The owner has since expressed interest in selling the property to the County. The property adjacent to Ney Park was approved last year and negotiations were conducted using a non-profit group, The Trust For Public Land. The landowner was not happy with the Trust and declined. The owner has since expressed interest in selling the property. If the appraisals are acceptable to the County and the sellers, they will be used as part of two separate grant applications for the 2005 grant cycle. Mattice estimated the cost at $500-$600 per appraisal. An appraiser will be selected that is mutually agreed upon between the County and the seller. Sawatzke felt that adjustments could be made to the prior appraisal, lowering the cost of the appraisal. Mattson referenced the dedication of land by the Ney and Eddy families versus the County having to purchase property. Sawatzke explained that land which is donated is kept in the family name; otherwise land purchased, as in this case, would be under the Ney and Eddy family name. Also, the property owner is contributing to the County when offering land for sale at a price lower than market value. Eichelberg said the advantage in purchasing the proposed properties is their proximity to the Ney and Eddy Parks. Heeter moved to proceed with obtaining appraisals on these properties, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0. The cost of the appraisals will be funded from Budget 820, Professional Services.
Mattson voiced concern with the proposed trail along CSAH 12 between Buffalo and Montrose. He felt the proximity of the proposed trail to the vehicles traveling at estimated speeds of 60 mph was unsafe as portions of the trail meet up with the roadway. Mattson said Statutes require a trail to be 20’ off a roadway in a speed zone of 50 mph. Russek said there is also a trail proposed for CSAH 14. Currently, residents walk the shoulders. Mattson said some of the residents along CSAH 12 haven’t yet been approached regarding the trail but stakes have been put in along the roadway. Mattice said if a meeting is scheduled, the following entities should be involved: Marysville Township, City of Buffalo, City of Montrose, Parks, Highway and County Board. After further discussion, Mattson moved to schedule a Committee Of The Whole Meeting for 11-16-04 at 10:30 A.M., Public Works Building, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0. The Board felt that Dick Marquette, Highway Department, should continue meeting with property owners on right-of-way acquisitions and inform them of the upcoming meeting if they have concerns.
Brian Asleson, Chief Deputy Attorney, requested authorization to obtain signatures on a deed conveying property to the US Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS). The property involved is the former Holker property on Pelican Lake. In June, 2004, the County Board authorized a County representative to bid on the purchase of approximately 290 acres of land with the understanding that USFWS will acquire the property. The County was the successful bidder and closed on the purchase in September, 2004. Prior to that, the County entered into a purchase agreement with the USFWS. The draft resolution being presented today finalizes that action and authorizes the signatures of the County Board Chair and County Coordinator on the deed. One remaining issue will be whether the County will be required to pay taxes on the property since possession occurred after July 1st. The estimated tax is $1900. The County is receiving more for the property than what was expended because of the USFWS appraisal. There is also the possibility for an abatement and funding from sportsman’s groups. Dave Lindberg, USFWS, said taxes are not paid but the County receives a payment in lieu of taxes based on the selling price of the property. An annual payment is made by the USFWS for property owned within the County. Heeter moved to adopt Resolution #04-68 authorizing the Board Chair and County Coordinator to execute the appropriate transfer documents necessary for completing the conveyance of the Holker property to the USFWS. The motion was seconded by Russek and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote. Sawatzke said that a question had previously arisen relating to parcels not being listed appropriately on the legal description. Lindberg worked with Stearns County Title to have the abstract corrected as there was a property listed on the deed that had been sold by the Holkers. Lindberg presented the County with a check for $1,806,000 and obtained signatures of Sawatzke and Norman on the warranty deed. Scott Glup, USFWS, expressed appreciation for the cooperation with the County Board to allow acquisition of the property. On behalf of his district, Sawatzke thanked all involved for supporting the acquisition.
Asleson presented a draft letter to the DNR Commissioner relating to the Pelican Lake DNR Access. The letter requests that the DNR close the access for safety reasons. Photographs of the area will also be included with the letter. Russek moved to approve sending the letter as presented, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0.
Asleson presented a bill from the Minnesota Hooved Animal Rescue Foundation (MHARF) in the amount of $2,406.26. In February, the Sheriff Department was called to seize two horses. It was found that the horses had not been fed for some time and had gone to a neighboring property during extremely cold weather conditions. The horses were taken into custody and cared for by the MHARF. Statutes require the County to be responsible for these costs. In September, the owner of the horses plead guilty to the charges. At that time, the bill for care had not been received. The Attorney’s Office subsequently requested a restitution hearing. The court denied the request and said it should be handled through the civil process. Once the County pays the bill, the Attorney’s Office will pursue collection from the owner of the animals. Part of the disposition of the criminal matter is that the owner not have horses again. Heeter moved to authorize payment to the MHARF for $2,406.26 out of Budget 820, Animal Impound line item. It was recognized that this line item will have an overage this year. The motion was seconded by Mattson and carried 5-0.
Asleson requested signatures on a Release of Land from Highway Easement document due to a land transfer which is occurring on CSAH 18. The Highway Department has a temporary construction easement for a project that occurred a few years ago. This easement is in effect until completion of the project. The project is complete but has not yet been finalized on paper. The document would release the parcel from the easement allowing the transfer of the property from one owner to another. Eichelberg moved to approve the Release of Land from Highway Easement as requested, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
A Building Committee meeting was held on 10-27-04. Russek moved to approve the minutes and recommendations, seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0:
Data/Voice Cabling Vendor & Outstanding Projects. The voice/data vendor for the Historian Project and Paging Project was Buffalo Communications. It appears they are no longer in business and the projects remain incomplete. It does not appear they have filed for bankruptcy and they have not responded to correspondence from the Historian. A quote was received from Excel Systems to complete the projects. A handout was distributed reflecting a total of $12,914.13 which will still need to be expended to complete the Historian Project ($7,529.80) and Paging Project ($5,384.33). Asleson suggested that the County make an additional attempt to contact Buffalo Communications by letter giving them a 10-day response time. The letter would make clear that at that point, the County would be terminating the contract with Buffalo Communications. Once the deadline has been met, the County would sue both the corporation and John Glunz (owner) for the damage amounts. Excel would be given the approval to proceed with completing the project. It was noted that the work for the Paging Project was done through a County purchase order. The work at the Historical Society was not ordered through a County purchase order but through the Historical Society office. The Historical Society was intending to expend another $2,100 to finish the project. This amount will be paid to the new vendor once the work has been completed. Swing referenced the opposite side of the handout reflecting the Voice/Data Project Summary. The Building Committee approved $136,000 in soft costs under the remodel project on 4-23-03. The handout reflects the areas not completed including Sheriff, Jail, and miscellaneous Annex basement areas. He requested approval to solicit quotes for these outstanding areas from Excel Systems. Recommendation: It was the recommendation that the Historian and Paging voice/data projects be funded from Budget 820, Site Improvements. The Historical Society will fund $2,100 of this amount to be paid directly to the vendor when due. Swing is to contact Excel Systems on a bid for completion of the Sheriff Department-1st floor Courthouse voice/data project. If the quote obtained differs much from the project estimate of $24,000, additional quotes will be sought.
Hallway Seating, Court Administration. At a recent County Board Meeting, Norman was directed to research whether the County had chairs available for hallway seating near the courtrooms. Today, Norman indicated nothing was available. Hayes discussed seating with the bailiffs and they indicated problems normally occur on days when juvenile court is in session. Nordeen felt there may be other times that his occurs as well. The estimated cost of seating is $180/chair. Chairs purchased can be grouped as desired (several chairs on a single pedestal). The purpose of grouping chairs is so they cannot be moved. Mattson felt chairs should be placed in a manner that will minimally impact custodial staff. Recommendation: Authorize purchase of chairs dependent upon space utilization with expenditures not to exceed $3600. (End of Building Committee Minutes)
A Personnel Committee meeting was held on 10-27-04. Eichelberg moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Mattson. Sawatzke commented on the recommendation to move the hire of the Microcomputer Specialist from 7-01-05 to 1-01-05. He said the Board did not allow many new positions in the 2005 budget and those that were authorized had a start date of 7-01-05. It was the position of the Personnel Committee that moving the hire up would allow assistance with technical needs to provide efficiencies in other departments and would also keep line items within budget. The motion carried 5-0:
Performance Appraisal, Tom Salkowski, Planning & Zoning Administrator.Based on review of four performance appraisals the Committee recommends an overall rating of “Exceptional.”
IT Personnel Issues.
A. Need For 24/7 On-Call IT Support. Although calls for support are infrequent (1 every 4 months), it is critical that someone is available to assist Dispatch, Sheriff and Public Health. During the 2005 budget process, the IT Department was given approval to hire a Microcomputer Specialist, effective 7-01-05. The organizational chart of the IT Department was distributed (attached). Swing requested the Microcomputer Specialist authorized for hire 7-01-05 be hired as a Lead Technician who would supervise the two Microcomputer Specialists and the Interns and would report to the Systems Analyst. The job description for the Lead Technician would reflect an on-call requirement. Those three positions would support the on-call support required. Norman explained that the Collective Bargaining Agreement allows for scheduling of an employee out of the normal 8:00 A.M.-4:30 P.M. hours, as long as the schedule is consistent and the employee is given a 2-week notice. Otherwise an employee called in would be paid at time and one-half with a 2-hour minimum. It was pointed out that most departments need to have someone on call in case the need arises. To include a stipulation in a job description that a person is on call 24/7 would probably require stand-by pay. Norman did not feel layering another person between the Systems Analyst and the Microcomputer Specialists was the answer. It was the consensus that a call list could be developed for when Swing and the Systems Analyst are not available. This call list would include the three Microcomputer Specialists. Swing wanted the record to reflect that he had concern with this type of support for the 911 System. He thought on-call support was required. Norman responded that there is an alternate Dispatch location if needed. Swing said that a network problem may affect that area as well.
IT Interns & IT Staffing for 2005. The IT Department relies heavily on the ongoing support of Interns. The Interns are paid $10/hour. The IT Department budgeted $20,000 for Interns in 2004. The Department is four months behind on projects even with Intern assistance. Brown explained that Interns are similar to temporary employees in relation to PERA and MPELRA requirements. Interns should be hired for up to 67 days unless they are a student, in which case they can work 100 days if they are under age 22 and enrolled as a full-time student. Sawatzke suggested authorizing the hire of the Microcomputer Specialist in January instead of July so requirements for use of Interns could be met. Recommendation: Move hire of Microcomputer Specialist from 7-01-05 to 1-01-05. Interns will be hired within the requirements of PERA and MPELRA and expenditures for Interns will stay within budget. (End of Personnel Minutes)
A Technology Committee meeting was held on 10-27-04. Eichelberg moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Russek. It was noted that the payment to Changemasters was presented for approval on the Consent Agenda today. Heeter said as part of the $50,000 Homeland Security Grant received, $20,000 was earmarked for the Data Consultant and $30,000 for the Emergency Management person. She inquired whether a signed agreement had been received. Norman understood this to be the case but said the grant has been handled through the Civil Defense Department. It was the consensus that a Civil Defense Committee meeting should be scheduled to discuss the RFP for the Emergency Management position. The motion to approve the minutes carried 5-0. On a motion by Heeter, second by Russek, all voted to schedule a Civil Defense Committee Meeting on 11-24-04 for the purpose of discussing the RFP for the Emergency Management position. The minutes of the Technology Committee Meeting follow:
City Of Buffalo Crimnet Grant Award. May 18, 2004 the County Board took action to support the application for the Criminal Justice Systems Integration Grant to partner with the Cities of Howard Lake, Annandale, and Buffalo. 80% of the requested $61,219 was awarded. County portion of matching funds are: Sheriff - $5,106.52 (2005 Professional Services); Attorney - $4,042.08 (Drug forfeiture funds); and Court Administration - $5,106.52 (2004 Professional Services). Discussion included benefits, project overview and ramifications on departments.
Renodis Telecommunications Audit Proposal. Swing stated there is a need for ongoing management of the County’s local and long distance services. The primary tasks involved are 1) inventory of circuits and trunks, 2) proper configuration and design of circuits, and 3) accurate billing. He feels confident that with the size of the County’s telephone service, that errors in overbilling, etc. should pay for the monthly maintenance charge. Swing will cover the one-time local and long distance network review cost of $5,950 from his budget, and discuss with Hiivala whether the on-going maintenance charge of $150 per month will be billed to departments based on phone usage percents. Recommendation: Approve “Wright County Telecommunications Audit Proposal” from Renodis, Inc.
A. NASCA Web Portal Project. September 28, 2004 the County Board approved signing the Sub-License Agreement Of The NASCA/MCCC Agreement For The Development and Support Of The County’s Web Portal. This will ultimately be the primary means of accessing information in the County. Technical meetings have been scheduled with various departments for 10/29/04 and 11/5/04. 2005 funding for this project was included in Swing’s Capital Improvement Budget request.
B. RFP For Switch Upgrade. August 31, 2004 the County Board approved proceeding with a Request For Proposal. The switch is over 20 years old, nearly at capacity and is technologically outdated. Cost is approximately $204,000 and was included in Swing’s Capital Improvement Budget request. Swing presented the following RFP schedule:
RFP Distributed 10/29/04
Bid Opening 11/16/04
Award Contract 12/14/04
The RFP document is available from IT. Swing will place the bid opening and awarding of the contract on the 11/16/04 and 12/14/04 County Board Agendas.
C. Spam Filtering. It is estimated that up to 70% of the email entering the County’s network is unsolicited/spam email. The IT Department is moving forward with the deployment of a spam scanning and removal service offered by the State of MN. This will also provide a double virus filter. The $300 per month cost of the service will be paid from the IT Department’s professional services line item. Activation of the service is planned for Thursday, November 4, 2004.
D. Sheriff Data and Radio Planning. On 5/18/04 the County Board approved Civil Defense Committee’s recommendation to earmark $20,000 of the $50,000 Homeland Security Grant for consultant services in planning for the Sheriff’s data/radio system. Planning meetings were scheduled for 9/2/04, 10/15/04 and 11/12/04. Changemasters has been selected as the consultant for the in-house data system with funding from the Homeland Security Grant, and PSC Alliance has been selected as the radio network consultant and will be paid from the 911 Surcharge Account. Recommendation: Place authorization for Swing to process payments to the consultants on the County Board Agenda for approval.
E. Web Portal To Government Entities. Karen Hayes, IT Department, demonstrated access to the web portal. No fees will be involved in moving information between governmental entities. The web portal supports City-County collaboration efforts, and is an interim solution prior to full deployment of the NASCA Portal.
F. Intranet. Karen Hayes demonstrated access to the Intranet. The key objectives of the Intranet are 1) the primary means of distributing information to employees, 2) the primary means for employees to access (non-attendant) technical help, 3) the primary means for employees to access information from underlying County applications, and 4) tight integration with the NASCA portal effort. (End of Technology Minutes)
A Ways & Means Committee meeting occurred on 10-27-04. Mattson moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0:
Water Tower, City of Howard Lake. Last year, the City was requested to sign the original agreement with an 185,000 gallon threshold. The City then proposed vacated streets in the Fair Grounds be exchanged for the water tower land along with an easement to the water tower. Today, Asleson distributed a map with the proposed area highlighted which is approximately 73,000 sq. ft. The water tower parcel is about 13,300 sq. ft. The roads are platted and owned by the City. When a City street is vacated, the assumption is that ownership is split by the road centerline. Other language in case law indicates that when a road is vacated, ownership returns to the original owner or its successor. Asleson said the County would be the successor in this case. Although the County would obtain the property in exchange, the roads do not have to be vacated. It is proposed that 10th Street and 1st Street be left open to traffic. Norman inquired whether the property owner next to the railroad would have right to half of the road that runs parallel to the railroad tracks. Asleson was unsure. A City Council resolution and quit claim deed would be required. There is currently one vendor with antennae on the water tower. The Sheriff’s Department indicated that the antennae on the Cokato water tower is sufficient for coverage in that area. Recommendation: No action at this time. Asleson will continue to research the issue. (End of Ways & Means Minutes)
Correspondence was read from the Wright County Farm Bureau Association which reflected that at their 9-23-04 Annual Meeting, they adopted a resolution opposing the establishment of trails for the use of all terrain vehicles. The Board acknowledged the letter.
Correspondence from AMC was received relating to the AMC Voting Delegates for the Annual Conference being held on December 6-8, 2004. The letter listed seven Wright County delegates. It was the consensus that Bob Hiivala, Auditor/Treasurer, should be added to the list. On a motion by Heeter, second by Mattson, all voted to authorize the following delegates: Elmer Eichelberg, Karla Heeter, Dick Mattson, John Russek, Pat Sawatzke, Richard Norman, Wayne Fingalson, and Bob Hiivala.
Correspondence was received from MCIT asking for confirmation of a voting delegate and alternate for the MCIT Annual Meeting being held 12-06-04. Eichelberg moved to authorize Richard Norman as the delegate and Bob Hiivala as the alternate. The motion was seconded by Russek and carried 5-0.
Russek moved to adopt Resolution #04-69 redesignating the Great River Road Route in Wright County, seconded by Heeter, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Russek moved to adopt Resolution #04-70 requesting the Commissioner of Transportation to investigate speed zoning on a section of CSAH 35 in the Buffalo area. The motion was seconded by Eichelberg and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
American Instit. Supply $1,037.16
Ameripride Linen and Apparel 401.12
Ancom Communications Inc. 3,164.44
Earl Andersen Inc. 21,630.00
Anderson Engineering LLC 130.95
Aramark Correctional Serv. 5,117.31
Assn. of Minn. Counties 11,400.00
Auto Glass Center Inc. 262.81
B & D Plumbing & Htg. 500.00
George Bakeberg 317.50
Bob Barker Co. 215.60
Barnes Distribution 820.63
Beaudry Propane Inc. 2,615.32
Bolton & Menk Inc. 9,469.48
Buffalo Hosp. Otpt. Comm. 1,272.00
Buffalo Township 800.60
City Buffalo 2,843.60
Cardiac Science 1,500.09
Case Credit 1133.64
CATCO Parts Service 890.30
Cellular 2000 of St. Cloud 166.86
Centra Sota Lake Region 13,976.00
Clearwater Township 1,201.00
Climate Air 865.08
City Cokato 1,186.50
Consulting Radiologists LTD 288.00
Corinna Township 1,055.80
Country Chevrolet 864.42
Cub Foods 343.76
Dales Auto Service Inc. 219.50
City Delano 5,028.70
Dental Care Assoc. of Buff. 661.00
Distagage. com 3,500.00
Ernst Gen. Construction Inc. 518.83
French Lake Township 2,925.54
Fyles Excav. & Honey Wagon 125.00
Gordys Foods 115.12
GS Direct 107.84
Hillyard Floor Care Supply 2,480.86
City Howard Lake 914.40
Intoximeters Inc. 362.10
J Craft Div of Crysteel Mfg. 475.99
Jerry’s Towing & Repair 106.18
Lakedale Telephone Co. 139.58
Michael Laurent 275.70
City Maple Lake 566.66
Marco Business Products 3,172.47
The Metro Group Inc. 990.45
Middleville Township 1,129.90
Minncor Industries Central 958.18
Minn. State Bar Ass’n 308.38
Moon Motorsports 489.42
Morrie’s Buffalo Chrysler 302.85
Mumford Sanitation 177.47
Nat’l Business Sys. Inc. 15,000.00
Nextel Communications 1,975.15
Office Depot 1,222.62
Onsite Medical Service Inc. 516.00
Lynn Peavey Co. 154.80
Reed Business Info 265.49
Royal Tire Inc. 1,151.50
Ryan Motors Inc. 184.73
SRF Cons. Group Inc. 10,401.89
Sterling Drug 5,324.42
Tom’s Towing Service 130.00
Total Printing 683.20
Larry Unger 204.25
United Locating Services 120.00
Vibes Technologies Inc. 208.75
Voss Lighting 139.03
Walmart Store 01-1577 890.84
Wright Co. Journal Press 281.54
Wright Co. Highway Dept. 25,859.58
Zack’s Inc. 729.00
28 Payments less than $100 1,377.92
Final total $179,736.83
The meeting adjourned at 10:35 A.M.