Wright County Board Minutes

MARCH 14, 2017
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Husom, Vetsch, Daleiden, Potter, and Borrell present.
Vetsch moved to approve the Minutes, seconded by Husom. The motion carried 5-0.
On a motion by Husom, second by Daleiden, all voted to amend the Agenda as follows:
- Modify Consent Item G, referring the following additional items to the Technology Committee: (Vetsch)
PCI Compliance & Authorize .Net
Discussion Of Enforcement Of Technology Governance Policy
- Add Consent Item K, “Renewal Of Liquor License For Whispering Pines Golf Course, Eff. 4-01-17” (Hiivala)
- Remove 9:10 A.M. Agenda Item, U Of M Extension Service (Kelly)
- Add Items For Consideration C, “Schedule Closed Session RE: Property ID 103-500-172203” (Kelly)
Vetsch moved to approve the Consent Agenda as amended, seconded by Potter, and carried 5-0:
1. Approve Labor Contract Agreement and Authorize Signatures on Communications and Corrections Non-Licensed Essential Sheriff Staff, Local 320 for 2017 - 2019
1. Refer the Public Works flat EPDM roof to 3-22-17 Building Committee
1. Refer to Personnel Committee 3-22-17: Amend Property Appraiser Job Description
1. Set Ditch Committee Meeting For 3-22-17 at 2:30 P.M., Auditor/Treasurer’s Conference Room. Agenda Items: A. Weed Spraying/Maintenance Bid B. Ditch 10 C. Rinke-Noonen Update
1. Approve Claims as Listed in the Abstract, Subject to Audit, for a Total of $402,734.60 with 158 Vendors and 246 Transactions
1. Position Replacements:
A. Case Aide
B. Case Aide
1. Refer to the Technology Committee:
A. RightFax Update
B. Social Media Policy Revision
C. InfoTech Business Vision Survey Results
D. Requested Projects
E. PCI Compliance & Authorize .Net (Vetsch)
F. Discussion Of Enforcement Of Technology Governance Policy (Vetsch)
1. Position Replacement:
A. Deputy
1. Refer Sheriff’s Office Reorganization Plan To Personnel Committee
1. Approve Appointments to the Central Minnesota Emergency Services Board radio/communications committees:
A. Appoint Jeremy Wirkkula as representative to the Regional Logger Committee, Next Generation 911 Committee, Owner and Operators Committee, Users Committee, and as an alternate representative to the Regional Advisory committee, Effective March 14, 2017 with no expiration to term.
B. Appoint Richard Nevala as an alternate representative to the Regional Logger Committee and Next Generation 911 Committee effective March 14th, 2017 with no expiration to term.
C. Appoint Seth Hansen as the representative to the Regional Advisory Committee and as an alternate representative to the Owners and Operators Committee, and Users Committee, effective March 14th, 2017 with no expiration to term.
1. Approve Renewal of Seasonal On Sale Liquor License for Whispering Pines Golf Club.
Approve a Plat “Deer Haven Second Addition (Silver Creek Twp)
On a motion by Daleiden, second by Potter, all voted to approve the Plat as requested.
Approve Contract with CliftonLarsonAllen
The current contract is for the 2015-2017 audit years at a cost of $61,900, $61,700, and $63,000. Hiivala presented a four-year contract for approval (2017-2020) at a cost of $53,000, $54,000, $55,000 and $56,000, which would be for the balance of the current contract (less the two years when the County was required to have the audit performed by the OSA). CliftonLarsonAllen (CLA) was able to adjust the fees for the new contract based on the working knowledge with Wright County. The rates include CLA drafting the financial statements ($4,000 annually). That amount can be reduced based on Wright County staff taking over this responsibility.
The contract has been reviewed by the County Attorney’s Office. Hiivala stated the County can opt out if the Office of the State Auditor (OSA) requires audit services through them. Hiivala estimated the audit through the OSA was about $58,000 last year, plus the amount paid to CLA for financial statements.
Potter made a motion to approve the Contract with CLA for 2017-2020, seconded by Husom. Brian Asleson, Chief Deputy Attorney, recommended the County obtain language from Doug Host, CLA, indicating the County can opt out of the Contract if the OSA prevails in litigation. Potter and Husom amended the motion to include that recommendation. The motion carried 5-0.
Schedule Site Inspection and Tour of Rolling Hills Landfill, 175 County Highway 37 N.E., Buffalo, MN 55313
Kryzer said a meeting has been requested by Rolling Hills Landfill. Potter moved to schedule a Committee Of The Whole Meeting on 3-20-17 at 9:00 A.M. at the Rolling Hills Landfill. The motion was seconded by Husom and carried 5-0.
Potter made a motion to approve the Minutes and recommendation, seconded by Daleiden, and carried 5-0. The Minutes follow:
I. Pavement Preservation at Compost Facility
Wilczek presented the costs to repave the Compost / Recycling facility site and to pave the Sheriff Support / Impound Lot (SSIL) entrance & parking area (not the impound lot itself). Compost / Recycling was $170,594.98 and the SSIL was $46,887.24. The proposals were received by the Highway Department as alternates included in their 2017 road paving project bids.
Borrell stated it is a lot of money and asked the group if the project could hold off any further while continuing to use the site for training. Potter indicated the project has already been pushed off from when previously discussed. Although the future Sheriff Department training location may be on another site, the timing is further out than would be acceptable to continue driving exercises on the current asphalt. Stephens stated it would be good for the public safety when dropping off materials at the site.
Borrell asked Hoffman if there were other options for training sites or if Wright County could use a different location. Hoffman responded that the Department previously utilized a location in St. Cloud, but the cost was expensive when factoring in the drive time & distance, the scheduling challenges, and the cost of using the provided trainer. Borrell asked if Wright County could bring their own trainers and Hoffman indicated no. Potter asked Stephens if he was aware of other available funding sources and Stephens indicated he would have to check further into it. Dahl asked if other departments could use the site for vehicle training as well. Potter indicated the site will be long term and supports the project.
Hoffman asked about the SSIL and it was clarified to Borrell the pricing included only the front entry and parking area, not to include the impound lot itself (small pad into the gate). Potter indicated the original intent of the delay in paving from construction was to allow the site and soils to settle.
Recommendation: Potter & Borrell recommended completing the paving projects at both the Recycling Center and the Sheriff Support / Impound Lot.
II. Recycling Center – Tipping Floor Demolition
Wilczek provided updates on new structure budgets. Three options were presented, all with 16’ clear height. 1) Metal framed clear span across the existing footprint with no center columns. 2) Metal framed on current footprint with center columns. 3) Wood / Post framed on current footprint with center columns. Option 1 was not viable as the structure with a lower height would put too much horizontal pressure on the existing concrete walls and would need to be reworked. Option 2 was proposed at a cost of $199k. Option 3 was at a cost of $222k. An engineer would need to test and certify that the existing concrete walls are sound for construction, however an engineering firm that had previously reviewed the site has indicated they are likely sufficient in strength.
Stephens stated they would make good use of a new structure, similar to what the old one was used for before it was damaged. Some operations and staging would be located back to that part of the building.
Recommendation: Potter and Borrell recommended moving forward with creating an RFP to competitively bid the design and construction of a new metal framed building with center columns on the existing footprint.
(End of 3-22-17 Building Committee Minutes)
Daleiden moved to approve the Minutes and recommendation, seconded by Husom. The motion carried 5-0. The Minutes follow:
I. Modify Child Foster Care Recruitment Contract
Item tabled from February 22, 2017 Personnel Committee meeting to gather more information regarding insurance.
Independent Contractor has purchased insurance to fulfill the necessary coverage to provide consulting services. The contract has been reviewed and vetted by the Attorney’s Office and Risk Management.
RECOMMENDATION: Approve modified Child Foster Care Recruitment Contract.
(End of 3-08-17 Personnel Committee Minutes)
Husom moved to approve the Minutes and recommendations, seconded by Daleiden. Discussion included a possibility of a rebuild/update of the 4H Food Building. It is anticipated this will be discussed at budget sessions. With regard to the Ag Society Fairgrounds Lease, Daleiden has requested from the Risk Manager a breakdown of insurance costs for the Fairground. The County provides $76,000/year in funding to the Fair Board, as well as insurance and assistance by the Highway Department. Daleiden would like a more true cost of what the County provides. The motion to approve the Minutes carried 5-0:
Borrell said the Wright County Fair Board is investigating whether to form a 501c3 organization so that donations may be tax deductible. If they did so, Borrell thought the lease would be between the County Fair Board and the Wright County Board.
Currently, the Fairgrounds lease is with the Ag Society. Asleson said the Ag Society was established under State Statute, and is not a 501c3 nonprofit organization. He said an entity may incorporate as a nonprofit prior to getting Internal Revenue Service approval. Asleson said the Ag Society is a quasi-public entity.
The annual rent is $1.00 per year. Borrell asked when they last paid. Kelly referenced a 2005 check from the Ag Society for $121 as payment for twenty years of back rent and 99 years of future rent. He said he believes the County is operating under a lease dated 5-10-83. He distributed copies (see attached). The TERM AND RENT sections of this lease have blanks that were never filled in. Discussions took place in 2005 regarding potential revisions to the lease agreement.
Asleson said originally the plan was for him to contact the Surveyor in 2005 and have the legal description developed. Otherwise, the lease could reference parcel numbers.
Husom asked why the rent was so low. Kelly said he believes the County Board at the time meant it as a goodwill gesture. Borrell said if the County raised the rent, they would also have to increase the amount of money given to the Fair Board. Husom said the County Fair should sustain itself. She asked about the level of revenue the County Fair generated through admissions, food, amusements and events. Borrell said the County Fair has returned a good profit in the last three or four years. However, some years may not be good if the weather is bad. He said the Ag Society needs a reserve fund for lean years. Husom said they should at least break even. Borrell said the goal is to come out ahead.
Regarding SECTION THREE, ALTERATIONS, ADDITIONS, AND IMPROVEMENTS, Asleson said previous discussions suggested changing the improvement threshold from $1,000 to $10,000. The County Board is supposed to approve any work the Ag Society proposes over the specified threshold. The buildings are fixed to the real estate and belong to the County.
Dahl said a process is needed, as the County insures the buildings. If the Ag Society is going to improve a building by $50,000, for example, the County needs to know and make sure that coverage is adequate.
Borrell said the purpose of today’s meeting is to discuss how changing the Fair Board to a 501c3 nonprofit organization will affect the lease agreement. Asleson said if the Fair Board already had articles of incorporation as a nonprofit, they would be a legal entity, and the County could sign a lease with them. Since they were not organized in that way, the lease has always been with the Ag Society. According to the lease, they may use the Fairgrounds for the County Fair, limited storage, and livestock shows. Asleson suggested that the County expand the language to include large assemblies such as a recent request by a church group for a weekend this summer. Husom said this type of event may need additional insurance coverage. The Committee discussed potential insurance issues that could arise with large assemblies or events not specified in the current lease.
There was discussion regarding whether the lease would have to change from the Ag Society to the County Fair Board if the Fair Board formed a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
Asleson asked whether the Committee wanted to draft a list of allowable activities that may be held on the Fairgrounds. He said most leases turn the property over to the Lessee. Dahl said if the County decides to do that, he would like the lease structured to minimize County exposure to their activities. If something happened, it would be the responsibility of the Lessee.
Asleson said he has no problem with the 99-year concept. Borrell suggested adding a clause that says the lease will terminate in the event the County Fair closes. Asleson said the Ag Society rents storage space to people with boats and recreational vehicles. Dahl said there is no hold harmless mechanism for the rental of storage space. Asleson said boat owners sign a hold harmless statement.
Asleson said he will draft revisions to the lease, and he and Dahl can work on indemnity language. Asleson will touch base with the Fair Board Chair for an update on the formation of a nonprofit.
Dahl said the language inserted will depend on the County Board’s level of risk tolerance. The County owns the buildings. Dahl said the lease should address who manages the building, and whether they will clean and maintain them as well. Borrell said it should state that the Fair Board will indemnify and hold the County harmless.
Asleson asked whether the Committee thought the lease should specify a $10,000 threshold above which improvement costs should be presented to the County Board. Husom said that was a fair amount. Borrell asked whether the County Board would have to make a motion to approve any such improvements. Kelly said that was the mechanism so that everyone is notified. Husom said if the improvements cost less than $10,000, the Fair Board would simply inform the County Board.
Dahl said improvements that cost well over $10,000, if proposed, could necessitate the need for the County to obtain higher insurance coverage. He said sometimes the Fair Board has to go outside Minnesota Counties Intergovernmental Trust (MCIT) for insurance coverage of certain events. Large assemblies may require the Fair Board to get a city permit as well.
1. Asleson will revise the lease agreement and work with Dahl on indemnity language.
2. Asleson will follow up with the Fair Board regarding the status of the formation of a nonprofit organization, and will report back to the Committee at a later date.
(End of 3-08-17 Ways & Means Committee Minutes cont.):
Lee Kelly, County Coordinator, said changes to the Fees-For-Service Schedule must be approved by the County Board. The County Board normally holds one Public Hearing annually to address changes in the fall. However, there were several changes that came up in the early part of the year. At 9:38 A.M., Borrell opened the Public Hearing for public comment. As no comment was received, the Public Hearing closed at 9:38 A.M. Vetsch moved to approve the following revisions to the Fees-For-Service Schedule, seconded by Daleiden. The motion carried unanimously.
Item; Current 2016 Rate; Proposed 2017 Rate
Property Inquiries - Faxed or Emailed (cover/invoice no charge); $5.00 per service + $1.00/page; REMOVE
Property Inquiries - Mailed; $2.00 per service/parcel; REMOVE
Property Inquiries - Telephone Service (first 3 parcels are free per call); $3.00 per service/parcel; REMOVE
Tax Estimates (discretionary); $5.00 per service/parcel; REMOVE
Assessment Services; $10.50 per parcel; REMOVE
Assessment Services*; $ 25.00 for each new construction residential or commercial/industrial building permit with an estimated construction cost of $499,999.00 or less; REMOVE
Assessment Services*; $100.00 for each new construction commercial/industrial building permit with an estimated construction cost of $500,000.00 or more; REMOVE
*These new construction fees shall only be applicable in those cities or townships which issue their own building permits. REMOVE (language)
Local Assessor Setup Fee (Security Setup) ; $0; $50.00 per district (one time/new user)
Local Assessor Citrix Fee; $0; $100.00 (one time/new user)
Site Inspection Review Fee (non-contract jurisdictions); $0; $50.00 per hour
Special Project Assistance (non-contract jurisdictions); $0; $50.00 per hour
Item; Current 2016 Rate; Proposed 2017 Rate
Reservation Modifications; N/A; $5.00
Cancelation Fees; N/A;
$10.00 Plus $5.00 Reservation Fee Four or More Days Prior To Arrival
Less Than Four Days First Night’s Camping Fee is Forfeited Plus $10 and the Reservation Fee
Firewood Bundles / Bundle; $5.00/Bundle; Remove from Fee Schedule – Base on Market Value
Picnic Shelters Rentals – Weekend/Holidays
-Bertram Lake Side Shelter (Year 2018) N/A; $75/Day
- Bertram Four Season Chalet; N/A; $175/Day
Picnic Shelter Rentals – Weekday
- Bertram Lake Side Shelter (Year 2018); N/A; $35/Day
- Bertram Amphitheater’s; $85/5-Hour Time Slot; $75/Day (typo in minutes, suggested rate of $75)
- Bertram Four Season Chalet; N/A; $175/Day
Department Lead/Hosted Recreation Programs; N/A; Based on Program Expenses,
Fees Set By Department Head
Item; Current 2016 Rate; Proposed 2017 Rate
Fixed Fees
Fences over 6 7 ft. in height; NA; (Statutory change)
Residential Construction
Building Permit Dwellings, additions, decks, storage structures, etc. ; NA; (Language change only)
Foundation Repair; NA; $50
Accessory Structures
Non-Commercial Solar/Cell Towers/Windmills (Previously charged under $100 “Miscellaneous Permit”); NA; $100 (Language change only)
Commercial Construction
Building Permit Commercial building/construction; NA; (Language change only)
Other fees/Services
Land use/zoning review; $50; $50 per hour (1 hour minimum)
Miscellaneous services/research; $50; $50 per hour (1 hour minimum)
(Language change only)
(End of approved changes to the Fees-For-Service Schedule)
Kelly stated the topic has come up at Board Meetings and budget sessions, given the challenge with transportation funding. Counties may, after a public hearing, enact a local option sales tax for the purpose of funding transportation projects. He asked to revisit this prior to 2018 budget sessions.
Hawkins provided background information. The local option sales tax and the wheelage tax are tools the legislature gave to outstate counties in 2014. Many counties have taken advantage of these options to raise funding for transportation. Wright County is one of the fastest growing counties in the State. There are upcoming needs that are unfunded, including expansion of highways from two to four lanes. Hawkins said these options could be used to fund future projects to address transportation needs. Other options include bonding or raising the local levy tax. Hawkins reported 77% of MN counties have adopted the wheelage tax or the sales tax to help fund transportation needs; 30% have adopted the local option sales tax. The Transportation Alliance has provided figures of how much the local option sales tax will raise. For Wright County, this amounts to over $5 million for a half percent tax and is anticipated to increase as sales go up in the future. A quarter percent tax would raise about $2.5 million. Projects must be identified. He referenced a list of projects in Wright County that will need to be funded in the next 10-15 years. The Local Option Sales Tax could be used to fund the County’s share of such projects as CSAH 9 near Waverly Lake.
Potter stated Wright County has 551 miles of county roads that require $12 million annually just to maintain. About $10 million is being funded annually so the County is behind. There is about $78 million in potential projects, not including what will be identified in the study being completed on northeastern Wright County. Roadways will need to be expanded to meet needs. The State Legislature has questioned why this tool is not being used. Potter stated that 30%-50% of travelers in Wright County are pass-through traffic. Hawkins added that many people come to Wright County to shop, so the tax could generate money from outside of Wright County. Vetsch questioned whether there is the possibility of joint ventures with cities in hopes of funding more city level projects. Hawkins was unsure. He stated that projects must be identified in the County’s plan.
After further discussion, Potter moved to schedule a Transportation Committee Of The Whole Meeting on 3-28-17 at 1:00 P.M. at the Highway Building. The motion was seconded by Vetsch. Potter said the County has already committed $1.1 million to the CSAH 9 project. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss whether to approve the concept of the Local Option Sales Tax with a decision made prior to budget sessions. Other projects can be identified at future meetings. He said it will either be a sales tax option or ad valorem tax. Potter said fixing roads is a core function of government and this is something that needs to be addressed. Husom agreed, stating the goal of the meeting is transparency and input from the communities. It will not be to identify specific projects.
Hawkins stated that a 90-day notice to the State is required with implementation the first day of each quarter. The motion carried 5-0.
Kelly said the Board met previously to discuss an offer on the property which is located by the Law Enforcement Center. He requested a Closed Session to discuss a counter offer received. Husom moved to schedule a Committee Of The Whole Meeting on 3-21-17 at 8:00 A.M. in the Commissioners Conference Room. The motion was seconded by Daleiden and carried 5-0.
1. MN Chamber Day at the Capital, 3-08-17. The event was attended by Potter and Vetsch. Potter said the I-94 Coalition met as a group with legislators. There is support to fund Corridors of Commerce. The Chamber of Commerce hosted a question/answer session on transportation funding. He said the Chamber has softened its stance on the gas tax issue and is open to discussion.
2. I-94 Coalition. Potter attended a meeting where discussion included what transpired at the meeting at the Capital. The section of I-94 between St. Michael and Albertville has received a second round of funding to complete the environmental study and road modeling. The project is shovel ready and should be at the top of the list if funding is received through Corridors of Commerce.
3. Public Works Labor Management. Husom attended a meeting on 3-09-17. Park cleanup has started. Asphalt pricing appears to be favorable this year so it is anticipated that extra projects may be completed. A safety day is being planned for 4-19-17. An open house for the new Highway Building is planned for 5-19-17.
4. Safe Schools, Annandale. Husom stated the Annandale High School holds 60-minute lunches for students. Staff are available in classrooms to assist students during that time. The School does not utilize substitute teachers. Students work on assignments for the day. These processes have worked well. Annandale High School also has a partnership with Village Ranch to assist students with mental health needs.
5. Law Library. Husom said the annual report was received reflecting that 4,763 issues were handled in the Law Library in 2016 (compared to 4,163 in 2015). On Thursdays from 12:00-1:00 PM, residents can visit the Law Library to receive legal advice from attorneys. Potter stated that Colleen Norgren, Wright County Law Librarian, testified at the Capital last week. Sherburne County is looking into whether fees collected in their Law Library can be used to offset construction costs. Husom said discussion included using funding toward such things as furniture but will pose that question at a future meeting.
6. Safe Communities of Wright County. Husom said Law Enforcement will focus on distracted driving during the period of April 10-23, 2017. There is a large amount of legislation on traffic safety related bills coming before the House and Senate, including distracted driving and banning any cell phone use. Three mock crashes will be held (Delano, Buffalo, and Howard Lake). Ridership in the sober cab has declined. Possible reasons are groups planning for a designated driver and the use of Uber. Total ridership over the past 5 years is 23,411. DWI arrests have declined. In 2016, there were 7 crashes resulting in 7 deaths, compared to 17 fatalities in 2008.
7. Mass Emergency Mass Sheltering Exercise. Husom said this was held at Zion Lutheran Church in Buffalo. Public Health partnered with the Red Cross and Wright County Emergency Management. There are 14 evacuation shelters located in the County.
8. Central MN Jobs & Training. Husom attended a meeting on 3-10-17. Discussion included the clean audit that was received.
9. Polar Plunge Sponsored By Law Enforcement For Special Olympics Minnesota. Husom attended the event which took place on 3-11-17 at Sturges Park in Buffalo.
10. St. Cloud V.A. Event, Buffalo Legion. Husom attended the event on 3-08-17 honoring 98 Vietnam Vets and included a health care forum. Greg Pickard, Wright County Veteran Services Officer, and staff had an information table at the event.
Bills Approved
Aarestad/Paul $217.50
Abrahamson/Brian 219.00
AiAFS 184.00
Albertville Body Shop Inc 342.00
Alternative Business Furniture Inc 509.76
American Tower Corporation 441.58
Ameripride Services 136.93
Anoka County Sheriff 140.00
Aramark Services Inc 135.00
Auto Value 218.90
Boarman Kroos Vogel Group Inc 35,591.97
Buffalo Hospital 118.60
Buffalo/City of 71,596.55
Busch/Ryan 370.00
C Walker Trucking 10,585.00
Carver County Taxpayer Services 2,604.22
Center Point Energy 470.32
Climate Air 13,612.47
Core Professional Services PA 1,600.00
Cottens Inc 1,810.30
CXTEC 218.65
Daleiden/Mark 413.00
Dell Marketing LP 1,750.81
Design Elect.Inc-Cold Spring Elec. 2,949.85
Dingmann Marine & More LLC 709.45
DLT Solutions LLC 8,370.96
Donlar Construction Company 33,304.40
Election Systems & Software Inc 136.66
Ernst General Construction Inc 2,250.00
Fleetpride 747.02
Fyles Excavating & Honey Wagon 6,465.00
Gabriel/Cathleen 500.00
Golden Tongue Consultants, Inc 116.40
Green Interiors 450.00
Green View Inc 1,334.35
Gustafson Trailers 6,278.85
Harper Brooms 317.85
Harry S Crump LLC 2,208.96
High Performance Coatings Inc 9,660.00
Hiivala/Robert 165.85
Hillyard Inc - Minneapolis 4,366.44
Hirman/Alex 190.00
Holiday Companies 665.50
IPMA-HR 916.00
Jahnke/Chris 172.50
Jones/John 228.00
Keeprs Inc 210.00
Kjellberg’s Carpet One 37,853.53
Kraus Anderson Construction 11,914.10
L3 Communications Inc 153.00
Laplant Demo Inc 593.87
Loberg Electric 1,532.06
Lutheran Social Service of MN 662.37
Marco 2,498.99
Marco 439.90
Maria Felger Ramos LLC 120.00
Maxx Steel Erectors Inc 14,143.30
MCHRMA 125.00
Meeker Cooperative Light & Power 683.28
Meeker County Auditor 373.71
Mn Dept. of Labor & Industry 542.40
New Look Contracting Inc 43,355.86
Nuss Truck & Equipment 1,280.19
Office Depot 895.83
OSI Environmental Inc 100.00
Pakor Inc 250.38
Potter/Michael J 192.00
Pts of America LLC 1,370.80
Quantum Corporation 1,392.33
Royal Tire Inc 526.46
Schermann/Robert D 255.00
SGA Group Inc 1,611.30
SHI International Corp 398.00
SMB of Minnesota 1,300.00
Traffic Control Corporation 2,200.00
Translanguages LLC 414.00
Tree Top Clearing Inc 14,920.00
Victor Township 22,885.15
Warning Lites of MN Inc 279.76
Waste Management of WI-MN 3,184.07
Wright County Journal Press 345.60
Wright Hennepin Electric 473.45
WSB & Associates Inc 6,152.00
Xcel Energy 137.61
24 Payments less than $100 $1,178.70
Final Total: $402,734.60
The meeting adjourned at 10:23 a.m.
Published in the Herald Journal April 3, 2017.