WRIGHT COUNTY BOARD MINUTES
OCTOBER 20, 2015
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Husom, Sawatzke, Potter, Daleiden and Borrell present.
Husom moved to approve the 10-13-15 County Board Minutes as presented. The motion was seconded by Daleiden and carried 5-0.
Daleiden moved to approve the Agenda, seconded by Borrell, carried 5-0.
On a motion by Borrell, second by Daleiden, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda:
1. Claim - Madden, Galanter & Hansen, LLP., $5,218.04
1. Authorize Signatures On Memorandum Of Agreement With Local 49ers, Eff. 1-01-16 to 12-31-16
1. Authorize Signatures On Memorandum Of Agreement With Wright County Deputy’s Association, Eff. 1-01-16 To 12-31-16
1. Schedule Commissioners Retreat, 11-02-15, 8:00 AM 4:00 PM, Ney Nature Center
1. Approve Claims as Listed in the Abstract, Subject to Audit, for a Total of $1,244,973.57, with 210 Vendors and 417 Transactions
F. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
1. Position Replacement:
a. Financial Worker
G. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
1. Refer to Technology Committee:
a. Websense upgrade
b. Wireless upgrade
c. Helpdesk update
d. Board video streaming discussion
Potter said the Emergency Automotive Tech claim on Page 17 of the Claims Listing was miscoded. The entire bill was coded to Repairs and the portion relating to new squad build outs will need to be recoded.
Borrell requested that when a mailing is sent to cities and townships that they be informed that any County ditch repair be coordinated with Mike Young, County Ditch Inspector.
TIMED AGENDA ITEMS
BOB HIIVALA, AUDITOR/TREASURER
Adopt Resolution Approving Repurchase of PID # 211-011-001030 (Marysville Township)
Borrell moved to adopt Resolution #15-59, seconded by Daleiden, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Approve Contract with CliftonLarsonAllen for Compilation Services
Wright County will not be released from the State Audit until 2017. Continuing to contract with CliftonLarsonAllen until that time will require paying for services both through the State and through CliftonLarsonAllen. Daleiden moved to approve the Contract with CliftonLarsonAllen for Compilation Services, seconded by Husom, carried 5-0.
SEAN RILEY, PLANNING & ZONING ADMINISTRATOR
A Committee Of The Whole (COTW) Meeting was held on 10-06-15. At today’s County Board Meeting, Daleiden moved to approve the minutes and recommendations, seconded by Husom. The motion and second were amended and the motion carried 5-0 to approve the following changes to the minutes and the draft changes to the Zoning Ordinance attachment:
Minutes: Page 1, 3rd paragraph, 1st sentence will read, “Husom felt consideration of the ramifications in the AG zone is important and the potential impacts on the taxes.”
Attachments: Section 762.2, Solar Energy Farms Requirements and Standards, (1), 6th line should read, “Solar Energy Farms and Systems will be considered by the Planning Commission on restricted parcels of land zoned Agricultural.”
Attachments: Section 762.3, Solar Energy Systems Requirements and Standards, 1st paragraph, 3rd line should read, “Solar Energy Farms and Systems will be considered by the Planning Commission on restricted parcels of land zoned Agricultural.”
The 10-06-15 COTW Minutes as approved follow:
1. Agricultural Deed Restrictions Solar Farms
Riley approached the Board and summarized the documents in the packet provided that include a 2002 letter from Tom Zins, previous Ass’t County Attorney; three key pieces were outlined that included Section 604. Of the Wright County Zoning Ordinance; 2002 Planning Commission minutes on a Bauerly mining operation; and letter from the County Attorney’s office on General AG Ordinance standards. The specific question on “entitlement” and restrictions were spelled out as found on page 46 of the WCZO, para (4) (a). This restriction in practice and as stated, does not allow non-agricultural development such as a church, cell towers, golf courses on restricted parcels because they do not have an “entitlement”.
Borrell explained he brought this before the Commissioners as the restriction includes solar farms, because they are not truly agricultural. His feeling is solar farms do not change the land beneath, but harvest the sun. The land could return to agricultural use once the poles come out. It would not make sense to rezone to allow solar farms. Riley, commented we don’t rezone to I-1 or a commercial zone to allow a cell tower, golf course or other Conditional Uses (CUP) in the AG zone. If there is no house on the parcel and it is restricted land, the property cannot have a CUP for one of these uses. The 2002 Bauerly case pushed the County on this issue and the County Attorney provided the legal opinion based on the Zoning Ordinance and past practice. Riley pointed to several uses that were required to use an “entitlement”, including a sewage treatment plant and gravel pits. What is relevant at this time is the applications for solar farms on restricted parcels are not allowed. Borrell noted the Solar Farms that obtained their permits through a State process were not considering this.
Husom felt consideration of the ramifications in the AG zone is important and the potential impacts on the taxes. Borrell indicated his understanding is the solar farms five acres or less would continue to be taxed as agricultural. In addition to the real estate taxes, a solar tax of $236 per acre is taxed, of which $60 goes to the City/Township. Systems on more than 5 acres would have a commercial rate, bringing in additional tax dollars. Riley stated for tax purposes, the Assessor does not just consider the zoning, but the use also. Husom noted a rezoning is permanent and a cautionary matter. Would not be appropriate once the equipment is removed to have it rezoned. Sawatzke agreed it cannot be about rezoning, these lands would not comply with the Land Use Plan.
Borrell suggested they add an exclusion, such as was done for Town Halls and allow solar farms without an “entitlement”. Riley noted in doing that there may be people that perceive other issues, many of those parcels would fall into annexation/transition areas. Also, it is hard to predict the effect until a few years down the road. Borrell questioned whether an “entitlement” should be required for other uses such as the gravel mining or cell towers. He would like to see future requests for solar farms on the same playing field as the ones approved by the Public Utilities Commission (PUC). Riley noted the State has other standards and criteria when reviewing requests that are not based on the Land Use. Discussion followed about the need to get input from the Town Boards. Some are concerned about the unknowns to the solar farms. The recent Ordinance was adopted to address the industry and anticipated requests. The question now is whether they should be allowed in restricted lands.
Discussion regarding the type of Conditional Use requests that are allowed in the AG zone. The life expectancy is unknown for the solar farms and Borrell noted most leases are 25 years. The changes in the technology was noted that may require upgrades. Riley stated the upgrades would possibly not require a new CUP, just a building permit.
A representative of a private solar industry, Kayne Tarhan (?) explained the changes in the solar panels from the early 1970’s, which still have an 85% generating capacity. He noted the banks look at this life time expectancy for their risk. The leases can be for 30-35 years with provisions for possible extensions. If they are not renewed, he felt with the capacity expected, they will be repurposed if removed.
Potter noted the question is how they can protect the property owners. Riley noted they have the Ordinance that allows these and there are hundreds of sites that are now available; although the industry will pursue the ideal locations. Another CUP are the Wind energy systems that are not allowed without an “entitlement”. Daleiden noted one difference is the solar farms are close to the ground. Riley noted from a planning concept, one industry might argue they are allowing for one type of power and not another. Borrell did not think it would be out of line to allow it for wind towers. Riley explained how things evolved over time and the Ordinance had to address new uses. The uses have impacts to be considered.
Discussion on the number of “entitlements” in the County. Riley noted through the recent Land Use Plan studies, it was determined there were many left. Sawatzke noted areas of the County where there would be more available. Borrell noted one aspect is they need to be located near the substations. The easiest way to handle this is to add this use as an exclusion (not require use of an “entitlement”). He explained how a division for mortgage with the house, could leave the balance of the farmland restricted. As the Ordinance is written, a solar farm would not be allowed.
Husom felt it is difficult to make a decision with this on the cusp, not knowing what will come ten years down the road. Borrell felt with the time sensitive subsidies, these will come in within the next year. Riley explained he is providing the information and not making a recommendation, but this change would open up more properties. They do not know what the outcome would be.
Location of pending farms were discussed, near substations and why most are close to town. Riley noted Wright Hennepin will be applying for two. Sawatzke noted the percent of the energy that has to come from alternate/renewable energies that Excel needs to meet.
Borrell again stated he did not see the harm allowing them on restricted lands. Riley noted until they have full disclosure it is hard to determine, there are many moving parts with Excel. Entitlement or not, they cannot cut up a farm to meet permitting requirements from the PUC. Sawatzke would agree they should not be able to split up the property for these in ways that don’t meet the Zoning Ordinance
Potter asked how they go forward and protect the County. Riley noted the process would be to provide provisions for an amendment for response from the public and Townships. Sawatzke felt including examples for the Town Boards would be helpful. Daleiden asked if it would not be simpler to consider these on a case by case basis. It is hard to believe there would be many of these situations. Kryzer explained they cannot send a request to the Board of Adjustment as the Statute does not allow a variance of a use. Riley stated the language would be simple, but no way to limit it. Daleiden noted not every location would make sense, such as the annexation areas. Riley referred to an appeal by the City of Annandale for the solar farm on their Orderly Annexation Area (Corinna Twp.) being permitted by the State. Husom agreed that is a concern. Borrell noted they would still need a CUP. Sawatzke asked how they could make an argument against one and deny a request if it meets the setbacks. Kryzer noted the standards to be met for a CUP are the public safety, general health and welfare, so it would be tough. Daleiden asked if this is really a problem or are they changing the Ordinance for one person. What impact would this have on the County and he does not think Wright County should become the solar capital of the country. Should the Commissioners be making this amendment or leave it up to the Township or Cities to bring forward. He would wait to hear from the Town Boards if we want more of these in these locations. Sawatzke agreed they would want to hear the Township input. He would prefer this is presented as asking the question, not recommending the change and see what the response is.
Dan Bravinder Cokato Township Supervisor approached the Board to ask for some information on it from the County Board. The Town Board can respond better to something specific.
Potter asked what the specific change would be. Kryzer stated the wording is under the 604.6 (4) (a) & (6) where they would exclude solar farms. Riley indicated a more appropriate spot might be warranted and staff would work on it. Potter would suggest Staff develop the language and provide it to the Town Boards for feedback. Husom clarified they would like this presented to the Town Boards as something they are considering, not recommending. Procedure was discussed and it was felt this would take a couple months. Staff was asked to develop the change and lay this over for another Committee of the Whole, or minutes of this meeting would be available at a future County Board meeting and direction could be verified at that point. Riley agreed and noted he would provide the Planning Commission with this also.
II. Process for Handling Rezoning Recommendations
Riley explained the normal procedure has been to put rezoning recommendations on the Consent Agenda. The most recent item was continued for a public hearing to receive further comment and written documents from the public. He asked if the County Board wants to change the format on how these have been handled.
It was felt the Commissioners have the option of pulling a matter off the consent agenda to allow someone the opportunity to address a specific request. An option would be to offer an opportunity for a public forum during the first ten minutes of their meetings. Potter noted they appoint the Planning Commission to listen and hear these matters and everyone was heard at those hearings. This particular case was not a unanimous decision, but that is not always the case. Sawatzke noted the County Board does have the final authority and asked if someone who wants to speak to them on the matter should have that opportunity. Potter stated out of respect for the job the Planning Commission does, he would defer to their recommendation. Borrell, who is a Commissioner on the Planning Commission, agreed they need to back the Planning Commission where the matters are fully vetted. Sawatzke and Husom would agree, but did not want anyone to feel like they did not get an opportunity to address them. This does not come up often.
The consensus was to maintain the same procedure.
Husom left the meeting.
Kryzer would caution them to be aware of the time-frame required for a decision.
Commissioners agreed they could pull a matter off the consent agenda. It was noted in the past the County Board has allowed someone attending their public meetings to address the Board.
(End of 10-06-15 COTW Minutes)
MARC MATTICE, PARKS ADMINISTRATOR
Authorization of signatures on all documents related to Phase 7 and 8 acquisitions at the Bertram Chain of Lakes Regional Park, including
A. Phase 7 Purchase Agreement
B. Phase 8 Purchase Agreement
C. Sixth Addendum to the Memorandum of Understanding between Wright County, City of Monticello and the YMCA
Approximately $17,000 was paid to YMCA by Xcel Energy for an easement; that amount has been reduced from the negotiated price. Sawatzke moved to approve and authorize signatures on the Phase 7 and Phase 8 Acquisitions and the Sixth Addendum to the MOU between Wright County, City of Monticello, and the YMCA. The motion was seconded by Daleiden and carried 5-0.
Adopt 3 separate Local Government Sponsor Resolutions related to Park and Trail Legacy Grant Application Submittals for:
A. Phase 10 Acquisition at Bertram Chain of Lakes Regional Park, Joint Application with the City of Monticello.
Daleiden moved to adopt Resolution #15-60, seconded by Sawatzke, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
B. Phase 1 Development at Bertram Chain of Lakes Regional Park
Daleiden moved to adopt Resolution #15-61, seconded by Borrell, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
C. Connecting People to the Outdoors, Joint Application with Stearns County
Daleiden moved to adopt Resolution #15-62, seconded by Borrell, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION
10-14-15 BUILDING COMMITTEE MINUTES
Daleiden moved to approve the Jail/LEC Boiler Feasibility Study recommendation, seconded by Borrell, carried 5-0. Daleiden moved to approve the Building Committee Minutes and the Sheriff’s Office Support Services Building Entrance and Drive Area recommendation. The motion was seconded by Sawatzke and carried 5-0. The Building Committee Minutes follow:
I. Jail/LEC Boiler Feasibility Study
Vergin distributed four documents:
1) Memo dated 10-05-15 to the Building Committee from Braun Intertec regarding the ground heat exchanger forensic investigation;
2) A letter from Braun to Lee Kelly, County Coordinator, dated 9-15-15, regarding the proposal for ground heat exchanger leak detection and rehabilitation services at the County Law Enforcement Center (LEC);
3) A report from Braun Intertec with observations, a work plan for leak repair, and an engineering analysis;
4) A spreadsheet entitled, “County Building Care Budget Worksheet” (see attachments).
Kelly said the Committee asked for permission to contract with Braun Intertec (Braun) to look at the County’s proposal and to investigate the wells in the bore field. Vergin, Hatfield, and Kelly met with a Braun representative at the site in August. Kelly said the big question is whether electrical costs can be reduced at the LEC. Staff was made aware of an available credit for electricity by the Minnesota Municipal Power Agency (MMPA) at a rate of $2.50 per ton. Kelly said he spoke with City of Buffalo Electric Director Joseph Steffel regarding this to potentially realize some savings. Kelly said the credit is based on the heat pump units. Hatfield said there are 100 tons. The credit is based on energy displaced by the ton. The credit would amount to approximately $250 per month.
Kelly said Braun gave recommendations regarding some things the County could be doing to realize additional savings. He said Hatfield met with Climate Air, who said many of the items are currently being done. Kelly said Braun indicated the LEC system was already redundant with heat pumps covering multiple locations. They also discussed the potential of using a generator for peak savings in months with higher electrical demand charges. Kelly questioned whether there is a point that would be more cost effective to use diesel fuel versus heat pumps. Hatfield said there are backup units, but all are electric. He is looking for direction regarding this situation. Kelly said Page 3 of the report said the first recommendation is to continue to monitor the temperatures in the bore field and examining the individual units. Hatfield said once the County has accumulated a year’s worth of data, they will be better able to determine whether spending $300,000 on adding a boiler would be the best solution.
Hatfield said the estimate to detect and rehabilitate the ground heat exchanger was $34,900 (see Page 1 of the second document). Kelly indicated that cost is a best case scenario if they are able to determine exactly which of the wells could be leaking. It’s possible more than one well is leaking. Hatfield said the Braun rep seemed confident about how to proceed.
Potter asked whether proceeding with the repair would interfere with the data gathering mentioned previously. Hatfield said it would not, but it would make the entire well system functional. Kelly said he was not comfortable using $34,900 as a “not to exceed” figure. He added that Braun indicated their process is minimally invasive. They wouldn’t begin until the spring of 2016 at the earliest. Potter asked Hatfield whether he was confident the system will continue to work. Hatfield said he is.
Recommendation: Approve the Braun Intertec quote of $34,900 for Ground Heat Exchanger Leak Detection and Rehabilitation Services for the County Law Enforcement Center, and proceed with the repair.
II. Sheriff’s Office Support Services Building Entrance & Drive Area
A quote from French Lake Curb Co. was distributed (see attachment). Potter said the contractor needs three days for the concrete to cure. He proposed having the work done over a weekend. Deringer said that could be potentially busier, although week days people are coming to the Impound Lot to pick up vehicles that were towed over the weekend. He said traffic varies. There was discussion about the logistics of moving vehicles in and out of the Lot. Deringer asked for a few days’ notice before the contractors start work to make sure the area is ready.
Potter said Virgil Hawkins, Highway Engineer, received a bid from French Lake Curb Co. for $5,680. They can start as soon as next week if that is feasible for the Sheriff’s Office. Potter said he directed Hawkins to submit the bid at the 10-20-15 County Board meeting for the Consent Agenda.
Recommendation: Approve the quote by French Lake Curb Co. in the amount of $5680 for a concrete curb and 5 foot apron at the new Sheriff Support Services Building and Impound Lot.
(End of 10-14-15 Building Committee Minutes)
10-14-15 PERSONNEL COMMITTEE MINUTES
Husom moved to approve the minutes and recommendations, seconded by Borrell, carried 5-0. The Personnel Committee Minutes follow:
I. Child Protection Social Worker (HHS Board)
II. Administration Department Reorganization
Kelly distributed a document entitled, “Proposed Wright County Administration Organizational Chart” (see attached). His plan is to develop a strategy for the Administration Department (Department) for the next ten years in anticipation of County growth and the need to provide more services. His goal is to help the County Board carry out their vision.
Referring to the reorganizational chart, Kelly said he is proposing changes in reporting relationships and supervision, and reallocating duties. He would like to review job descriptions. He added that the positions noted in green are future position requests over the next five years or sooner.
Under Human Resources (HR), Kelly said the HR Director handles an increased number of high-level issues, prompting his request for a future Assistant HR Director.
Kelly referred to the Risk Manager position. He proposes that this position report to the HR Director instead of to him, as the Risk Manager has become more involved with Workers Compensation issues.
Kelly said the proposed Administrative Specialist position under Human Resources would be a promotion for the current Office Technician II employee. This position supports Human Resources and front desk duties. Kelly said she also assists the Risk Manager with case management duties.
Kelly said other changes include shifting the Office Manager II position to Clerk to the County Board, reporting to the Assistant County Coordinator. Kelly said this position currently performs many Board functions, including taking minutes at all County Board meetings.
The Administrative Specialist position currently reports to the Office Manager II position. If the reorganizational structure is approved, this position would report to the Assistant County Coordinator.
Sawatzke asked to see a current organizational chart with staff names for easy reference. He asked about the need for a proposed Public Information Officer (PIO). Kelly said this position would be a centralized communications person.
Recommendation: See recommendation under Item III.
III. Purchasing Agent Position
Kelly said the proposed Facilities Services Director position would include some of the functions of the former Purchasing Agent position. Some aspects of the purchasing process may change with the implementation of Procurement Cards. Kelly said the proposed Facilities Services Director would obtain quotes, proposals, research products, and manage building projects.
Kelly said he is trying to determine the best use of available space at the County. There will probably be more remodeling and building projects in the future. There is a need for someone with building facilities experience and to coordinate vendors.
Recommendation: Refer topics II and III to the 11-02-15 Commissioners Retreat. Provide current and proposed organizational charts.
(End of 10-14-15 Personnel Committee Minutes)
RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEDICAL EXAMINER
Sawatzke moved to adopt Resolution #15-63, seconded by Husom, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
10-14-15 WAYS & MEANS COMMITTEE MINUTES
The following change was made to the minutes: page 1, remove 2nd occurrence of “Delete Right of Sign Maintenance (is a policy not an ordinance).” Sawatzke moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Borrell, carried 5-0. The Ways & Means Committee Minutes follow:
I. ORDINANCE CODIFICATION
American Legal Publishing codified the Wright County Ordinances. Kryzer said he is not looking for final approval of the draft today. The Publisher has provided an extension for review of the document until after Thanksgiving. The extension relates to Sign Ordinance updates and Building Code corrections that will be included in the final draft of the Ordinance. The final draft will be presented to the Planning Commission and County Board in November.
A draft of the codified Ordinance was reviewed by the Committee. The following are recommendations for the draft:
• References to “Parks” Commission (not “Park”) should be consistent throughout the document
• References to “Auditor/Treasurer” (not “Auditor”) should be consistent throughout the document
• Statutory references and cross references should be updated
• Move the following sections as indicated:
-Solid Waste to Land Use
-Septic Systems to Land Use
-Water Surface Use to General Offenses
-Highways to Public Works
-Zero Phosphorus to General Regulations
-Point of Sale Ordinance from Highways to Land Usage
• Delete Right of Sign Maintenance (is a policy not an ordinance)
• The Social Host Ordinance will remain listed under General Offenses
• The Care for the Frail and Elderly section will remain in Section 31, Policies
• Staff will work with Public Works on what should be included/removed from the draft
• Chapter 90, “Animals” should be renamed “Dangerous Dogs”
• Chapter 151, “Building Regulations; Construction” should be renamed “Building Code and Construction Standards”
• Title XV, “Land Usage” should be renamed “Land Usage and Zoning”
• Section 51, “Septic Systems” should be renamed “Point of Sale Septic Certification Ordinance”
• The manner in which numbers are written within the document should be consistent and follow industry standards. It was suggested that numbers could both be written numerically and spelled out.
• References to County Board of Commissioners, Planning Commission, and Board of Adjustment should be consistent
• Definitions need subsection numbers added
• Section headings should be in BOLD versus italics
Kryzer will send the Ordinance Codification draft Table of Contents to Department Heads requesting they bring forward ordinances which should be added or deleted from the draft.
Recommendation: Continue discussion to the 11-18-15 Ways & Means Committee.
(End of 10-14-15 Ways & Means Committee Minutes)
ADVISORY COMMITTEE/ADVISORY BOARD UPDATES
1. Potter attended the I-94 Grand Opening last Tuesday, followed by a function in St. Michael commemorating 10 years of the Senior Center being open.
2. Potter attended Ribbon Cutting ceremonies for CR 37/70th St. in Otsego on 10-19-15.
3. Husom said the Bounce Back Project will be held on 10-20-15 at 5:30 P.M. (Monticello Middle School Auditorium) and 7:00 P.M. (Buffalo High School Performing Arts Center).
4. Borrell stated that TH 25 is open which included innovative improvements to the intersection of State Highway 12 and TH 25 (bypass lane).
Albertville Body Shop Inc 284.00
American Door Works 1,095.08
American Society of Civil Eng 255.00
American Tower Corporation 12,399.43
Ameripride Services 552.12
APEC Industrial Sales & Services 740.00
Aramark Services Inc 7,558.95
Big Time Towing 275.00
BMC Software Inc 761.17
Brandel Electric LLC 449.26
Braun Intertec Corporation 9,455.50
Buff N Glo Inc 130.52
Buffalo Auto Value 286.96
Buffalo Hospital 178.11
Centra Sota Coop. - Buffalo 7,111.95
CenturyLink (Hwy Use) 231.09
CliftonLarsonAllen LLP 1,500.00
Croteau Plumbing 600.17
Databank Imx LLC 3,224.17
Dell Marketing LzP 134.99
Deltaware Data Solutions 660.00
Design Electrical-Cold Spring Elec. 771.16
Emergency Auto. Tech Inc 16,801.04
Fyles Excavating & Honey Wagon 175.00
Gale-Tec Engineering Inc 958.75
Glunz Construction Septic Serv 225.00
Granite Electronics 1,713.92
Greenview Inc 19,905.63
Hagen, Christensen & Mcilwain 29,397.78
Hillyard Inc - Minneapolis 550.80
Interstate Battery Systems 127.60
Jack’s of Cokato Inc 124.00
Kjolhaug Environmental Services 530.00
Kris Engineering Inc 1,125.83
Loberg Electric 1,180.35
Mapping Solutions 565.00
Martin-McAllisters Consulting 1,800.00
Mattson Well Company 550.00
Mcleod County Sheriff 135.00
Menards - Buffalo 227.66
Mend Correctional Care LLC 21,829.33
Mini Biff LLC 890.08
Minn. City/County Management 115.00
MN Counties Computer Coop 1,066.40
MN Dept. of Labor & Industry 1,042.93
Moore & Moore Advantage 300.00
Morrell Towing Inc 183.00
MP Nexlevel LLC 1,662.50
O’Reilly Auto Parts 194.96
Office Depot 1,558.53
Office of MN IT Services 2,100.00
Omann Brothers Inc 1,368.06
Otsego/City of 577,771.24
Playpower LT Farmington Inc 407.00
Precision Prints of Wright Co 636.00
Royal Tire Inc 3,502.58
Russell Security Resource Inc 806.25
Ryan Automotive 138.89
SHI International Corp 492.00
Steve O Septic 258.57
Total Printing 305.00
Varitech Industries Inc 4,440.00
Verizon Wireless 10,589.79
Waste Management of WI-MN 328.33
Wright County Highway Dept 947.56
Wright Hennepin Electric 409.91
Zacks Inc 1,981.20
25 Payments less than $100 1,057.26
Final Total: 1,244,973.57
The meeting adjourned at 10.16 a.m.
Published in the Herald Journal Nov. 9, 2015.