Wright County Board Minutes

WRIGHT COUNTY BOARD MINUTES
JULY 14, 2009
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Sawatzke, Mattson, Russek, Eichelberg and Thelen present.
Russek moved to approve the 7-07-09 County Board minutes as presented, seconded by Eichelberg, carried unanimously.
The minutes of the 7-07-09 Emergency County Board Meeting were corrected as follows: Page 1, 2nd paragraph, 4th sentence should read, “Per State Law a vendor needs to be paid within 30 days” (Norman). Thelen moved to approve the minutes as corrected, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: 9:15 Agenda Item, “Gary Torfin RE: Quotes For Acoustical Panels, Jail/LEC” (Torfin); Item For Consid. #5, “AMC Leadership Summit” (Norman). Russek moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded by Thelen, carried 5-0.
On a motion by Russek, second by Eichelberg, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda:
A. ADMINISTRATION
1. Performance Appraisals: R. Jensen, Bldg. Maint.; T. Hackenmueller, T. Laage, J. Sturges, T. Waldron, Hwy.; R. DuBois, A. Minea, Sher./Corr.
2. O/T Report, Period Ending 6-26-09.
3. Voluntary Leave Without Pay Report.
B. AUDITOR/TREASURER
1. On Sale Malt Liquor License Renewal, “Osowski’s Flea Market” (Monticello Twp.).
Bob Hiivala, Auditor/Treasurer, presented the June Revenue/Expenditure Guidelines for approval. Budgets are at 50% for the year. Hiivala said that investment income, penalties and interest, and delinquent taxes are positive variances that have helped to offset some of the land record revenues. Mattson noted that there were no departments that were over 50%. Russek moved to accept the June Revenue/Expenditure Guidelines, seconded by Mattson, carried 5-0.
On a motion by Eichelberg, second by Thelen, all voted to approve the claims as listed in the abstract, subject to audit.
A Building Committee Meeting was held on 7-08-09. At today’s County Board Meeting, Sawatzke referenced the recommendation for the Off-Street Parking Assignments for the seven non-reserved parking spaces in Area 2. He asked whether the spaces are being removed. Norman said they are not. One of the proposals discussed making these designated parking spaces but the Committee decided against this. The seven spots will be available on a first come, first serve basis and may be used to stockpile snow in the winter. Sawatzke referenced Area 1 and the recommendation to provide three parking spaces for the day Jail and three parking spaces for Building Maintenance staff (4:00 P.M. – 12:30 A.M. shift only). He supported the request for the specific shift of the custodial staff but felt that the three spots could be utilized for another purpose until 3:45 P.M. Norman will review options. Mattson moved to approve the minutes and recommendations, seconded by Eichelberg, carried unanimously.
Off-Street Parking Assignments.
Mattice distributed a map outlining the Snow Removal Schedule for the parking lots near the Government Center (attached). Norman said with the move of the Sheriff Department to the new Jail/LEC site, a number of parking spaces previously assigned to staff members have become vacant. The west parking lot (Area 2 on the map) currently has the following designated parking spots:
Dispatch – Reserved Parking #1-4
Court Services – Reserved Parking #5
Employee of the Year – Reserved Parking #6
Assessor – Reserved Parking #7-9
Corrections – Reserved Parking #10-16
The east lot (Area 4) provides reserved parking spaces for the following County-owned vehicles:
Information Technology – 1 space
Planning & Zoning – 4 spaces
Court Services – 3 spaces
Norman addressed the area behind the vacated Sheriff’s Office. He suggested moving the County-owned vehicles from the east lot (Area 4) to the vacated Sheriff parking area (Area 3), opening up the east lot entirely to employee parking. There are nine parking spaces available in the vacated Sheriff Parking area and six provide block heaters. Norman said another consideration would be to move the Judge’s parking from the garage to Area 3. Mattice suggested moving the County owned vehicles from the east lot (Area 4) to the west parking lot (Area 2), within Reserved Parking spaces #7-16. This would make snow plowing easier in Area 3. Building Maintenance would be responsible for clearing snow from Area 2 Reserved Parking spaces that are not cleared by the Parks Department. With the scenario proposed by Norman, Building Maintenance may be required to clear sections of Area 3 that are not cleared by the Parks Department (because of parked vehicles). Norman said the block heaters are preferred for the County-owned vehicles. The employees would access the building through the vacated Sheriff Department. Changes to the card key groups will be required to include access through the Sheriff Department for those parking in Area 3. Norman referenced the six parking spaces available near the Jail (Area 1). Capt. Gary Torfin, Jail Administrator, has indicated they will require three parking spaces for operation of the day Jail. Norman suggested the remaining three spots be designated to Building Maintenance employees who work the 4:00 P.M.-12:30 A.M. shift. These employees come to work when the parking lots are full, potentially requiring them to park further away from the building. This will allow for a safer environment when they leave at 12:30 A.M. Buskey requested that the snow in Area 3 be piled in the southeast corner of the lot to avoid damage to the grass and plants. Norman said that prior to implementing the suggested parking changes in Area 3, the stairs and the deck will need repair or replacement. An engineer will be hired to assure that the wall is structurally sound. Tuck pointing and concrete replacement will be required. Some of the street signs along 1st Avenue NW will be removed. These signs are for Sheriff reserved parking. Norman spoke with Chief Deputy Joe Hagerty and the Sheriff’s Department does not require as many reserved spots since moving to the Jail/LEC. Recommendation: Area 1 will provide three parking spaces for the day Jail and three parking spaces for Building Maintenance staff (4:00 P.M. – 12:30 A.M. shift only). In Area 2, the westerly overnight parking (7 spaces, not reserved) will be removed permanently to aid in snow removal. Reserved Parking #1-4 and #10-16 may be used for parking additional County-owned vehicles. Criteria will need to be met in order to park a vehicle in the remaining Reserved Parking spaces. Norman will have an engineer review the deck and structure in Area 3. After the repair work is completed, County-owned vehicles from Area 4 will be moved to Area 3. Snow will be plowed into the southeast corner of Area 3 by the Parks Department.
(End of 7-08-09 Building Committee Minutes)
Wayne Fingalson, Highway Engineer, said the recommendation from the Transportation Committee Of The Whole is to set a bid opening for the sale of the McNamara property in St. Michael. The property was purchased as part of the Hwy. 19 project. Russek moved to schedule the bid opening for 8-11-09 at 9:30 A.M., seconded by Thelen. Fingalson said the bid process will require a $1,000 bid security and a minimum bid. The motion carried 5-0.
Capt. Gary Torfin said the Owners Committee met on 5-19-09 and reviewed a proposal from Neil Slate Company totaling $34,820 for acoustic paneling for sound mitigation at the LEC. The direction of the Committee was to obtain additional quotes to present to the County Board for review. A bid was then received from Architectural Renovations using a product that is sold by a firm in St. Michael. The bid came in considerably lower than Neil Slate Company. In the interim, Architectural Renovations requested the materials and installation be separated. This company is normally an installer for the material supplier. A combined bid of $27,728 was then received from Pinta Acoustics and Architectural Renovations Inc. Torfin’s recommendation was to proceed with the low quote from Pinta Acoustics and Architectural Renovations. Mattson questioned whether the quote includes sales tax. Torfin said it includes delivery but it does not include sales tax because of the tax increase that occurred after the initial quote. The first quote included sales tax on materials only. It was clarified that sales tax on the material would need to be added to the bid. Sales tax was not included on the Neil Slate Company quote. Torfin said Pinta Acoustics has individual panel sizes and will place fabric pull tabs and reinforced edges on the panels that have to be removable for access panel areas. They have worked very hard to be awarded the project and their pricing is better. Thelen moved to purchase the acoustic paneling for sound mitigation at the LEC from Pinta Acoustics and Architectural Renovations. Mattson asked whether all work is complete at the Jail/LEC. Torfin stated there is an outstanding change order on the water hammer arresters. Richard Norman, County Coordinator, said a proposal will be submitted next week for the remainder of the landscaping at the site. The motion carried 5-0.
A Capital Improvement/Finance Committee Meeting was held on 7-08-09. At today’s County Board Meeting, Russek moved to approve the minutes and recommendations. The motion was seconded by Thelen and carried 5-0:
FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN.
Discussion took place in regard to remodeling and expansion of the following departments: Courts, Court Administration, Attorney, Court Services, Assessor, Highway, Human Services Center, Surveyor, and Veteran’s Services. Additional space is being requested for employee office spaces and additional areas for record storage. Norman stated that it is in the County’s best interest to have a strategic plan in place for reconfiguring these areas. Temporary fixes often end up costing more in the long run. Russek agreed that a permanency plan should be in place to save money and unnecessary rework in the future. Norman stated that by having a plan in place it will make it easier for Wright County to apply for stimulus monies and energy conservation funds that become available from the State and Federal governments. It was agreed that remodeling/expansion items should be presented at a Building Committee of the Whole Meeting to discuss these issues in detail. Norman stated that projects with current obligations will be top priority. Hiivala distributed the Wright County Analysis Of Capital Projects, Summary of Projects (see handout). Russek referenced the Assessor’s request to replace the existing ACS System with a new PC based Manatron System. There is money available for this project out of the Recorder’s Compliance Fund. Hiivala stated that some offices work closely together and would suggest keeping them close together for convenience, for example the Assessor, Recorder, and the Auditor/Treasurer offices. T. Kelly stated that from a cost benefit basis it would be in the County’s best interest to have a plan in place now for when the recession ends and Wright County starts growing again. Norman stated that there are several requests/projects that are moving forward; replacing the concrete stairway outside of the old Sheriff’s area, damper replacements, boiler replacements, and heat pump replacement on the third floor. Swing stated that the IT Department is taking up prime space that could be utilized by another department. He feels that the IT Department, including the training room, and records space could all be moved out of the public’s presence. Norman stated that a move like this could change the CIP dramatically for everyone requesting additional space. Russek suggested that a building analysis should be done to see how the space could be used most efficiently. Norman stated that the Human Services building will need upgrades in the near future. Also, they are almost out of space in that building with no options for expansion. Swing stated that from a technology standpoint remote access capabilities will have an impact on current space problems at the HSC and Government Center. Hiivala referenced projects that could be completed that are not contingent on any departments moving. The Surveyors, Pictometry project could be completed in 2010 using the Recorder’s Compliance Fund. Norman referenced the Court Services project of Integration of Electronic Document Imaging and department’s document workflow into the Court Services core system, Court Services Tracking System (CSTS). Swing stated that these items could qualify for grant monies. Nordeen referenced two items under Court Administration regarding record space and clerks workstations within the court rooms. Something needs to be done to accommodate all of their work and files. She stated that currently records are being placed in hallways. Russek questioned, as a temporary fix, if files could be stored at the Jail/LEC. Nordeen stated that would be fine, however, they have to be in a locked area not accessible to any employees. The five-year Capital Improvement Plan is available for review in the Administration Department. RECOMMENDATION: Schedule a Building Committee Of The Whole Meeting on 7-21-09 or 7-28-09 to discuss expansion needs and best use for space.
(End of 7-08-09 Capital Improvement/Finance Committee Minutes)
On a motion by Mattson, second by Thelen, all voted to schedule a Building Committee Of The Whole Meeting for 9-08-09 at 10:30 A.M., as recommended by the Capital Improvement Finance Committee.
There will be no Owner’s Committee Meeting today.
The Board reviewed a draft of the schedule for the Budget Committee Of The Whole Meetings (2010 Budget Sessions). The draft was revised to move the items scheduled for 8-18-09 to 8-25-09. Norman stated that not much time is slated between each department’s session. This was done because departments were instructed to keep their budgets close to what they currently are and to not ask for additional staff. Russek moved to approve the revised schedule, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0.
At 9:30 A.M., Sawatzke closed the bid process for the LaTour/Carlson Trail Project (SP 86-090-02). Wright County is the sponsoring agency for the City of Annandale’s Federally funded trail project. The Engineer’s estimate is $190,000. There are no alternates or addendums. Russek moved to acknowledge the bids and lay them over until the 7-21-09 Board Meeting. The motion carried 5-0 on a second by Eichelberg.
Bidder; Total Bid; Bid Bond
Hardrives, Inc. (Rogers); $128,650.54; Yes
Knife River Corporation (Sauk Rapids); $134,208.35; Yes
Mid-Minnesota Hot Mix (Annandale); $141,856.44; Yes
Neisen Paving (Arlington); $137,703.00; Yes
At 9:47 A.M., Sawatzke closed the bid process for the CSAH 37/CR 119 Rural Safety Project (SP 86-637-31).
A Personnel Committee Meeting was held on 7-08-09. At today’s County Board Meeting, Eichelberg moved to approve the minutes and recommendations. The motion was seconded by Russek. Sawatzke referenced Item 1, PERA’s Phased Retirement Option, and inquired whether the County must approve participation by employees. Norman explained that requests will be reviewed by the County Board on a case-by-case basis. Sawatzke’s concern related to hiring an additional full-time staff person when an employee cuts down to half time. Norman said the plan would be to backfill up to a half-time position. If approved, the agreement would be with an employee for one year at a time. The agreement can be extended annually up to five years at the discretion of the County Board. The employee would then have to retire. Eichelberg said employees will be informed of the parameters of the program. Norman said all decisions will come before the Board for approval. There will be a written agreement with each individual and they will be limited by the rules of PERA. Mattson referenced Item 2 and the request to fill the Social Worker position. The minutes reflect that the County could lose $126,000 by not filling the position. He questioned whether this amount is for the four counties involved. Sawatzke felt each county receives $62,500 in STARS funding toward the position. If the County does not replace the position it would lose that amount. In addition, funding is received from the State and Federal governments. Norman’s understanding is that there is a contract in place with the four counties (Wright, Sherburne, Stearns and Benton). The motion carried 5-0:
PERA’s Phased Retirement Option.
Norman distributed information on the Phased Retirement Option (see attached). It is entirely up to the employer whether to offer the program. The program can be approved for one year at a time, up to a maximum of five years. He referenced correspondence from Frank Madden and highlighted specific areas:
1. “…employees would remain members of a bargaining unit covered by the collective bargaining agreement if the employees continue to work more than 67 days in any calendar year and more than 14 hours per week.” Norman said that if the employee is currently in a union, benefits would be eligible on a prorated basis. The contribution to PERA by the employer and employee would cease.
2. “…the County may want to consider seeking a waiver on the part of the employee and union regarding the right to file grievances over the non-renewal of a PRO program.” Norman said if the County opts to offer the program, an agreement should be entered into with the bargaining unit reflecting up front that this cannot be grieved.
3. “In the event of a layoff or reduction in workforce, an employee covered by a PRO program would likely enjoy the protections of the seniority article.”
4. “…if the County approves the application of certain employees but not others, the County may face potential age discrimination claims on behalf of employees who are denied participation. In the event of a claim, the County would be required to establish a legitimate, objective, business-related reason for denying an employee’s application as part of its defense of an age-based claim.” Norman said it is a reality in the workplace that claims can arise out of any situation. It is a form of risk management. He did not see this as an obstacle. The County could establish that this program will not be offered to department heads or other classifications.
5. “…the County may want to consider negotiating certain exemptions to the collective bargaining agreement for those employees covered by a PRO program in a Memorandum of Agreement so as to limit those employee’s eligibility for certain benefits or the application of seniority.”
Norman said if the union contracts already reflect that benefits are prorated, there is no need to change the collective bargaining agreement or have a separate memorandum. The employee must be 62 years old to participate but not eligible for full social security retirement benefits. Thus, an employee age 66 or older is not eligible. Norman said about 25 County employees would be eligible at this time. Russek asked whether an employee who entered the program at an earlier age would not be eligible any longer upon reaching age 66. Norman said he would need to clarify this with PERA. He understands that once an employee reaches the age for full social security retirement, they would not be eligible. Norman said that if the program is approved and an employee takes advantage of this and works half time or less, the County would have to decide whether or not to fill the remainder of the position. The normal hiring process would be followed. Russek felt an advantage would be the ability to train someone into a position. Norman said the County has the option of offering this for up to one year and deciding after that whether it should be continued. The employee is required to participate for one year. Russek referenced page 7 of the document from PERA, Item #24, “Can I work in a PERA-covered position at the end of the PRO Agreement?” The answer is, “Yes, you may return to work with the same employer at the end of the PRO Agreement. However, you will have to have a 30-day separation from the employment for which you had the PRO Agreement and must not have an agreement to return to employment with that employer prior to the end of the agreement. If you are under age 65, you would also be subject to the reemployed retiree earnings limit.” Recommendation: Offer PERA’s Phased Retirement Option to all eligible employees except Department Heads.
Position Openings.
A. Social Worker (7-01-09).
Cyr distributed material outlining the request to replace a position in Children’s Services. The employee is transferring to the Family Assessment Unit effective 7-01-09. The position in Children’s Services is a 1-FTE Social Worker and covers a caseload of children’s mental health-targeted case management clients. The contract with STARS (System Transformation of Area Resources and Services) provides $62,500 annually toward staffing to use the Wraparound Approach to case management. The contract will expire in 2 years and 2 months. The County also receives $63,523.48 in funding through Federal and State MH-TCM grants. Combined, the County could lose $126,023.48 if the position is not filled, as well as being in excess of the statutory requirement of 15 clients per social worker. Cyr explained that the Agency has seen many families responding positively to the Wraparound Approach. This method encourages those in crisis to build a family and friend network to assist in resolving crisis situations. Eichelberg questioned whether funding from STARS will be available to fund a 7th year. Cyr said there is no guarantee. Some of the various programs that held six-year grants through SAMSA (Substance Abuse Mental Heath Service Administration) had requested continuation but have been denied. The purpose of the grant funding was sustainability and not creating a resource beyond 6-7 years. The grant was applied for jointly by the Central MN Mental Health Office and the following counties: Wright, Sherburne, Stearns and Benton. The contract is scheduled to terminate 9-30-11. Discussion followed on the future of the position after the 2 year, 2 month period. Russek stated there may be more budget constraints in 2011-2012. Cyr said it is a possibility that the position could go away but the contract is written that the Agency would assume the responsibility for the position, whether in that unit or another unit. Norman said if layoffs were considered at that time, it would be done by class and seniority. The Committee felt they could support the request to replace the position as long as it is understood that when the grant funding ceases, the position may have to be cut if it can not be absorbed into the Agency. Eichelberg said potential candidates for the position should be informed of this. Recommendation: Authorize replacement of the Social Worker position.
B. Custodian (7-02-09).
Norman said the request is to replace a Custodial position at the Jail/LEC. The employee did not meet probation requirements. The Jail/LEC is short one Custodial position and if this position request is not filled, that would increase to two positions. Recommendation: Authorize replacement of the Custodial position at the Jail/LEC.
Performance Appraisal, Wayne Fingalson, Highway Department.
Based on the review of four appraisals submitted, the Committee recommends an overall rating of “Exceptional.”
(End of 7-08-09 Personnel Committee Minutes)
The Bid Opening was held for the CSAH 37/CR 119 Safety Project. The project is for the construction of local road safety improvements on CSAH 37 (bypass lane construction and the addition of intersection street lights) for which a State grant was received. The project includes one addendum relating to the time frame (extending the project). On a motion by Thelen, second by Russek, all voted to lay the bids over to the 7-21-09 County Board Meeting for recommendation.
Bidder; Bid Bond; Addendum; Total Bid
Dennis Fehn Gravel & Excavating, Inc. (Albertville); Yes; Yes; $88,547.29
Knife River Corporation (Sauk Rapids); Yes; Yes; $67,940.00
Mid Minnesota Hot Mix (Annandale); Yes; Yes; $84,839.35
Hardrives, Inc.; Yes; Yes; $78,447.88
The Board addressed the payment of claims relating to the 800 MHz project as recommended by the Technology Committee. Norman said the request originally was for five claims, however only two are recommended as three of them are not ready to be paid. The recommendation is to pay the following claims: 1) Granite Electronics, $1,305.00, for 2009 Phase I Microwave Maintenance; and 2) APCO International, $1,680.00, NPSPAC Frequencies. Mattson moved to approve the two claims as presented, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0.
Correspondence was received from AMC relating to the AMC Leadership Summit being held August 12-14, 2009. AMC is requesting that anyone planning to attend that has not yet registered do so by 7-14-09. The Summit may be cancelled. Commissioner Thelen said she will attend the Summit if is held. The remainder of the Board will attend the Wright County Fair. Norman will contact AMC to let them know Thelen is interested in attending.
Donald Mashak, Monticello Township resident, asked to approach the Board on a request for information he sent to the County on payroll and benefit packages for all employees for the past five years. He said this was motivated as Moody’s downgraded municipal bonds as a class and his taxes have risen $800-$1,000 over the past five years if the change in ag/homestead is taken into account. Mashak said it is close to three weeks since he has requested the information. In the course of normal budget preparations each year, he felt this data should be available and that it should not be hard to incorporate the information into a master spreadsheet reflecting salary and benefit packages over the past five years. Mashak also asked for a breakdown of this payroll per resident, per taxable acre, and per taxable property. Mashak was informed that a letter was sent to his home address. Mashak said he does not accept mail at his home and informed the County of the correct PO Box that is should be sent to in Albertville. Considerable discussion followed on e-mail correspondence from the County to Mashak. In particular, there was an email from the County Attorney’s Office to Mashak dated 7-10-09 indicating that the mailed correspondence had been returned and therefore was sent by email to him. The letter asked Mashak to respond on how he wanted to proceed. Mashak said he had not received it. Mashak was also informed that his request for information was quite extensive and that there isn’t staff available to generate the information in an immediate fashion. What is being requested could produce volumes of information. Mashak said Moody’s has downgraded the municipal bonds as a class, citing overspending and a hollowing out of the revenue core. Norman said Moody’s upgraded Wright County’s rate the last time bonds were issued (Jail/LEC). Sawatzke said while ratings for others declined, Wright County’s went up. Mashak was informed that the County has cut over $3 million in the 2009 budget, with a good share of these savings coming from positions not being filled. Mashak was invited to attend the upcoming 2010 budget sessions. He was informed that Wright County has one of the lowest per capita tax rates in Minnesota. This information can be obtained from the Department of Revenue’s website. Mashak was instructed to contact the County Attorney’s Office to obtain the information which the County attempted to send by mail and email. That may address some of the questions he has.
Bills Approved
A Plus Performance. $194.90
Becky Aanerud 135.77
Brian Abrahamson 217.25
Advanced Graphix Inc. 650.00
American Messaging 635.27
Ameripride Linen and Apparel 320.24
AMI Imaging Systems Inc. 990.00
Assn. of MN Emergency Mngrs. 125.00
Automatic Garage Door & Firepl 182.85
BP Amoco 1,094.96
Braun Intertec Corporation 433.00
Buffalo Floral & Landscaping 2,100.00
City Buffalo 75,502.37
Bureau of Crim. Apprehension 8,430.00
CDW Government Inc. 3,590.97
Cenex Fleetcard 923.40
Center Point Energy 115.22
Climate Air 2,681.02
City Cokato 27,835.50
Comm. of Transportation 3,825.49
Commvault Systems 42,352.19
Cottens Inc. 1,302.46
Derek Nikko Excavating 443.90
Embarq 118.44
Federal Signal Corporation 930.00
Fyles Excav. & Honey Wagon 175.00
Raymond Glunz 120.00
Going Under Dive Center 277.94
Granite Electronics 437.43
H&R Const. Co. 12,378.75
Hance Utility Services Inc. 354.11
Hardings Towing Inc. 133.60
Hillyard Inc. - Minneapolis 1,274.74
Holiday 12,605.51
Jolanta Howard 100.00
Integrated Fire & Security 375.00
Interstate Battery Systems 310.44
Kustom Signals Inc. 173.60
L-3 Communications Mobile Vis 327.94
LaPlant Demo Inc. 550.83
Loberg Electric 1,042.70
Martin-McAllisters Consulting 800.00
Mid-Minnesota Hot Mix 106,444.85
Midland Corporate Benefits Svc 997.75
Mini Biff LLC 522.64
MN Counties Computer Coop 2,625.00
MN Police & Peace Ofcrs. Assn. 125.00
Motorola Inc. 1,084.20
MP Nexlevel LLC 3,544.64
National Sheriff’s Association 224.00
Neopost Inc. 148.02
Office Depot 1,745.25
Professional Turf 101.18
Quetel Corporation 2,000.00
Qwest 2,218.51
Frank Ramacciotti 1,100.00
Reds Cafe 801.57
Reed Business Information 164.82
Roof Spec. Inc. 6,143.90
SMR Promotion 350.10
Tammi Solarz 385.25
Specialty Turf & Ag 993.64
Spectrum Solutions 7,241.87
Stearns County Treasurer 1,150.00
Stratus Technologies Ireland 3,061.73
Super Express 231.11
SW Recycling Inc. 200.00
T& S Trucking 350.00
Thermal Technologies Inc. 596.20
Tom’s Towing Service 303.52
Total Printing 2,571.98
Vance Brothers Inc. 708.38
Shawna Vollbrecht 150.00
Voss Lighting 1,650.58
Tom Waldron 119.95
Waste Management TC West 2,678.00
ZEP Sales & Service 302.95
Xiotech 743.56
44 Payments less than $100 2,235.64
Final total $362,583.58
The meeting adjourned at 10:18 A.M
Published in the Herald Journal Aug. 10, 2009.


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