WRIGHT COUNTY BOARD MINUTES
OCTOBER 27, 2015
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Husom, Sawatzke, Potter, Daleiden and Borrell present.
Borrell moved to approve the 10-20-15 County Board Minutes as presented. The motion was seconded by Daleiden and carried 5-0.
Husom moved to approve the Agenda, seconded by Daleiden, carried 5-0.
On a motion by Borrell, second by Daleiden, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda:
1. Authorize Signatures on the MOA for 2016 Health Insurance Plans for Local 320, Non-Essential Sheriff Staff 2. Authorize Signatures on the MOA for 2016 Health Insurance Plans for Local 320, Courthouse Unit
1. Approve the 2016 Non Union Benefit Contribution as recommended by the Negotiation Committee of the Whole
1. Approve Claims as Listed in the Abstract, Subject to Audit, for a Total of $449,684.79, with 149 Vendors and 211 Transactions
D. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
1. Position Replacement
A. Information Systems Specialist
E. PLANNING & ZONING
1. Accept the findings and recommendations of the Planning Commission for the following rezoning:
Curtis DesMarais (Marysville Twp.) on a unanimous vote, the Planning Commission recommends rezoning 10 acres (approx.) from AG General Agriculture to A/R Agricultural- Residential.
F. SHERIFF’S OFFICE
1. Authorize Signatures On Central Minnesota Emergency Services Board Appointment to Board form.
Representative: Steve Berg
Alternate: Jon Young
TIMED AGENDA ITEMS
CAROL SCHEFERS, PUBLIC HEALTH DIRECTOR
State Award for Wright County EMS Advisory Council
The Wright County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Advisory Council received a 2015 Community Health Award from the MN Department of Health.
BOB HIIVALA, AUDITOR/TREASURER
Approve September Revenue/Expenditure Budget Report
Line Item 100-5710, Investment Income, will decrease due to an adjustment needed to record the premiums on investments. Daleiden moved to approve the Report, seconded by Husom, carried 5-0.
Approve Actions RE: Private Sale Tax Forfeit Parcels
On a motion by Borrell, second by Husom, all voted to approve the following:
PID # 114-500-262200
Split the parcel and assign two different PID’s. The western portion is a road and will likely be acquired by the City. The eastern portion should be attached to the adjacent parcel (see below).
Conditions of Sale
PID # 105-500-331106 Must be combined with PID # 105-500-331108.
PID # 114-139-001060 Parcel is sold subject to easement in favor of adjoining parcel
# 114-139-001070. See Document # 882672 in Office of Wright County Recorder.
PID # 114-500-262200 The eastern portion of this parcel must be combined with PID
PID # 201-000-293200 Must be combined with PID # 201-000-293301.
PID # 203-021-000011 1/6th interest must be combined with PID # 203-000-364401.
PID # 208-200-021104 Must be combined with PID # 208-200-021103.
PID # 209-020-000010 Parcel is sold subject to existing drainage easement and easements for ingress and egress.
VIRGIL HAWKINS, HIGHWAY ENGINEER
Approve Maintenance Agreement for CR 147 between Wright County and City of Buffalo
Husom moved to approve the Agreement, seconded by Sawatzke, carried 5-0.
Approve HSIP Safety Grant Application for Two Roundabouts
This is to solicit grant funding for 2018, 2019, and 2020 construction projects. This includes CSAH 34/CR 134 (Buffalo) and CSAH 19/70th Street (Otsego). Daleiden moved to approve the Grant Application, seconded by Husom, carried 5-0
Set Transportation Committee Of The Whole (TCOTW) Meeting
Agenda items will include:
1. 5-Year Plan Meeting Discussion
2. Region 7-W federal funding candidate projects (2016 application for FY 2020 construction)
3. Review CSAH 37/70th Street improvements and CSAH route re-designation (next year)
4. Other. This will include Soft Costs for Alternate Bids for the Highway Building Project.
Discussion followed on the soft costs for the alternate bids for the Highway Building Project. Sawatzke referenced the not-to-exceed figures approved at the beginning of the Project. Hawkins would like to have further discussion at the TCOTW Meeting. Daleiden moved to set a TCOTW Meeting on 11-05-15 at 1:00 P.M. The motion was seconded by Husom and carried 5-0. Location: Public Works Building.
ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION
SCHEDULE A COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING RE: SCOPE OF THE NEXT PHASE OF THE COURTS STUDY. PROPOSED TIME: 11-03-15 @ 1:00 P.M. (KELLY)
Daleiden moved to schedule the meeting for 11-03-15 at 1:00 P.M., seconded by Husom, carried 5-0.
ADVISORY COMMITTEE/ADVISORY BOARD UPDATES
1. Husom attended the Bounce Back Meeting at the Monticello Middle School last week.
2. Husom attended a Central MN Mental Health Center Meeting last night. Discussion included interviewing for the Executive Director position.
3. Sawatzke attended the Bounce Back Meeting at the Monticello Middle School last week.
4. Sawatzke attended a Historical Society Meeting last week. Individuals interested in serving on the Historical Society Board should contact Sawatzke. Meetings are generally held the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 1:30 P.M.
5. Sawatzke attended the Central MN Mental Health Center Meeting with Husom.
6. Borrell said a Regal Creek stabilization project was discussed at a recent SWCD Meeting.
7. Daleiden visited Anoka County with staff to look at the method being used to broadcast Board Meetings.
8. Potter attended a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the opening of 70th St.
9. Potter attended a Regional Active Living meeting in Sauk Rapids to discuss coordination of connecting bike trails for the four counties involved. Legacy funding will be applied for. Internally, there are plans to coordinate trail projects with the Highway Department and Parks Board.
10. Potter attended a GRRL Board workshop meeting last week. Discussion included the Executive Director position and the potential delay of the request by Sartell for a library.
Alex Air Apparatus Inc $406.87
Allina Hospitals & Clinics 126.00
American Databank LLC 206.45
Ameripride Services 331.49
Annandale/City of 1,047.00
Anoka County Fiscal Services 9,462.00
Anoka County Sheriff 32,989.11
APEC Industrial Sales & Services 119.00
Aramark Services Inc 7,524.30
Arctic Glacier USA Inc 103.32
Association of MN Counties 2,100.00
Autumn Ridge Landscaping 1,455.40
Boyer Truck Parts 1,109.97
BP Amoco 428.44
Buffalo Auto Value 169.90
Buffalo Township 1,249.90
CDW Government Inc 154.07
Center Point Energy 444.00
Centra Sota Coop. - Buffalo 18,645.11
Climate Air 433.00
Commissioner of Transportation 1,886.30
CPS Technology Solutions 262.50
Dental Care Assoc. of Buffalo PA 260.00
Donlar Construction Co. 131,190.51
E2 Electrical Services Inc 30,404.75
EMCS Inc 450.00
Empirehouse Inc 5,719.00
Ernst General Construction Inc 22,036.00
Expert Automotive & Towing Inc 562.00
Federated Co-ops Inc 213.64
Franklin Township 2,342.80
Hach Company 174.99
Hasty Silver Creek Sportmens 3,806.00
Hillyard Inc - Minneapolis 4,435.50
Inn On Lake Superior/The 1,270.80
Integrated Fire & Security 14,472.20
Internat. Public Management 1,314.50
Keller Fence Company Inc 41,381.00
LaPlant Demo Inc 544.63
Lawson Products Inc 558.51
Loberg Electric 853.00
Madden Galanter Hansen LLP 5,218.04
Marco Inc 820.00
Menards - Buffalo 411.20
Mid-Minnesota Hot Mix Inc 2,667.69
MN Assn of Co. Probation Ofcrs 100.00
MN Counties Ins Trust 2,800.00
MN Fall Maintenance Expo 645.00
MN Onsite Wastewater Assn 340.00
Montrose/City of 1,326.00
National Center for State Courts 15,697.00
Neopost Great Plains 179.50
Net Transcripts Inc 843.76
New Look Contracting Inc 17,990.12
Office Depot 1,455.08
Performance Kennels Inc 103.20
RCM Specialties Inc 1,799.00
Royal Tire Inc 2,735.04
SAVE-Suicide Awareness Voices 396.79
Sheraton Sioux Falls 1,014.64
Sherwin Williams Co 287.76
St Cloud Stamp & Sign Inc 169.15
State Supply Co 113.19
Trueman Welters Inc. 439.06
Twin City Acoustics Inc 855.00
Village Ranch Inc 2,760.00
Weidner Plumbing and Heating 32,042.55
West Payment Center 1,238.90
Wheeler Lumber LLC 1,866.00
Wright County Highway Dept 280.00
Wright Hennepin Coop Elec 5,176.32
Wright Hennepin Electric 1,356.46
Xcel Energy 990.86
23 Payments Less Than $100 996.65
Final Total: 449,684.79
The meeting adjourned at 10:17 a.m.
Published in the Herald Journal Nov. 16, 2015.