MARCH 24, 1998
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Rose, Mattson, Jude, and Sawatzke present. Commissioner Russek was absent.
Darla Groshens, Auditor/Treasurer, made two corrections to the 3-17-98 County Board Minutes: Page 1, 6th paragraph, 1st sentence should read "Groshens presented another claim from McLeod County for $472.09 for clean out of Jt. Ditch 11"; Page 1, last paragraph, 1st sentence should read "Groshens presented a claim from Carver County for $3,338.55 for work on Jt. Ditch No. 4." Motion to approve the minutes of 3-17-98 with corrections was made by Sawatzke, seconded by Mattson, carried 4-0.
Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: Aud./Treas. Item #4, "Claim, KUE Contractors, lnc., for Wright County Capital Improvement Building Permits" (Groshens); Item For Consid. #5, "County Commissioner Refresher sponsored by AMC/MCIT, 4-27-98, St. Cloud Holiday lnn" (Jude); item For Consid. #6, "Personal Watercraft" (Rose). Mattson moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded by Sawatzke, carried unanimously.
The Consent Agenda was reviewed. Jude referred to item Dl, "Acknowledge $2,500.00 donation to the Ney Nature Center from Wright Hennepin Power s Operation Roundup." He said the donation was appreciated. Mattson requested that Item A2, "Resignation, Bruce Thielen, Parks Administrator, Eff. 4-17-98; Auth. Advertising For Replacement" be removed for discussion. Groshens requested that Item B3 be added to the Consent Agenda, "Accept Resignation, Barbara Peterson, Eff. 4-3-98 & Auth. Replacement." On a motion by Mattson, second by Sawatzke, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda with removal of A2 and the addition of B3 as follows:
1. Performance Appraisals: M. Erickson, T. Kelly, A. Mohaupt, Attorney; L. Schmatz, Auditor.
2. Claim, GRRL,$238,928.00 (2nd Quarter Payment).
3. Distribution of the Performance Measurement Program Manual.
4. Refer use of Parking Lot during Buffalo Days to Building Committee.
5. Refer the following items to the Building Committee:
a. Quotes for Exhaust Hood, Sheriff Evidence Room.
b. Carpet Annex Hall, First Floor.
c. Tile in Jail Control Areas.
7. O/T Report, Period Ending 3-6-98. B. AUDITOR/TREASURER
1. Approve Renewal, Cokato Town & Country Club Annual Set Up License (Cokato Twp.).
2. Approve Annual On Sale Beer License, St. Mary s Mens Club (Franklin Twp.).
3. Accept Resignation, Barb Peterson, Eff. 4-3-98 & Auth. Replacement.
1. Approval of 1998 Maintenance Agreements between Wright County and Nine Cities (Annandale, Buffalo, Cokato, Delano, Elk River, Howard Lake, Maple Lake, Monticello and Montrose).
2. Authorization to sell used equipment (two rollers) to townships or cities in Wright County.
1. Acknowledge $2,500.00 donation to the Ney Nature Center from Wright Hennepin Power s "Operation Roundup."
1. Accept Resignation, Jeanne Baldwin, Clerk 11, Eff. 4-3-98 & Auth. Replacement.
1. Acknowledge Appointment, Scott McCarty, Corrections Officer, Eff. 3-30-98.
Item A2 was removed for discussion by Mattson, "Resignation, Bruce Thielen, Parks Administrator, Eff. 4-17-98; Auth. Advertising For Replacement." Mattson acknowledged Thielen's years of service with Wright County and said he would be hard to replace. Rose stated Thielen had done a lot to build up the Wright County Parks System. Sawatzke concurred. Thielen was wished well in the future. Jude moved to accept the resignation and to authorize replacement, seconded by Mattson, carried unanimously.
Brian Asleson, County Attorney, provided background information and his recommendations regarding clean out of County Ditch No. 9 as requested by Pilot Land Development. Asleson provided the following recommendations to the County Board:
1. Authorize Pilot to clean out the ditch in the area of its development at a .07 percent grade. This should restore the ditch bottom to its original level.
2. Approve of minor alignment shifts in Ditch No. 9 in the area of the development and the golf course. These shifts are acceptable as part of a repair procedure since they involve some wetland mitigation.
3. Approve placement of a lengthy culvert under the proposed road named Karston Ave. Asleson's opinion is that this culvert placement can be authorized as part of a repair procedure since it does not change the hydraulics of the ditch, and with approval of the Joint Powers Agreement with the City of Albertville, any maintenance concerns are greatly reduced.
4. Authorize signatures on the proposed Joint Powers Agreement for maintenance of County Ditch No. 9 with the City of Albertville. This agreement satisfies the concerns that the County has over the placement of the culvert noted above, since the responsibility for maintenance of that culvert would rest with the City of Albertville. In addition, the City of Albertville will be responsible for over 90 percent of any maintenance costs on the ditch in the future.
5. Authorize Pilot to clean out County Ditch No. 9 at a .07% grade from County Rd. 118 to County Rd. 119. Again this would restore the ditch bottom to its original levels and improve water handling capacity.
6.Authorize Pilot to clean a portion of County Ditch No. 9 south of County Rd. 119 on the Gutzwiller property. This cleanout was not originally proposed by Pilot, but was requested by the Gutzwillers and Pilot is willing to do this work to alleviate some flooding concerns that the Gutzwillers have.
Asleson stated that two of the landowners on the ditch have not signed the agreement yet. On the Rivera property, information has been forwarded to Mr. Rivera in Florida with request for signatures. Joseph Berning owns the other property and has not signed due to his concern with the adequacy of the culvert located under CR 119. Asleson said staff from Wright County and Pilot 1 and Company do not see a problem with the size or adequacy of the culvert. The culvert under CR 119 is smaller than that under CR 118. Staff from the SWCD and the Highway Department feel that the culvert under CR 118 is oversized. in addition, the City of Albertville requires the run off rate to be one half that of the pre-development rate of discharge. Mattson questioned whose responsibility it would be for repair if flooding did occur. Asleson responded that the County has the ultimate authority of ditches. Clean out of the ditch is being done by Pilot Land Company at no cost to the landowners.
In reference to the area South of CR 119 (Gutzwiller property), Asleson said the Board may want to set parameters on clean out by Pilot. Clean out will be on the Gutzwiller property only. Rose said County Ditch #9 ends just South of CR 119 and adjoins with County Ditch #21. County Ditch #21 runs for approximately 600' South and then water flows into a holding area. Rose indicated that she spoke with Berning who does understand that clean out of the ditch on his property will commence if approved. However, Pilot will not have the 50' access on either side of the ditch on Berning's property.
Under the Joint Powers Agreement the City of Albertville would have the right to a 30-day advance notice that a request for repair is being considered by the County Board. The City would have the opportunity to comment, but the decision rests with the County Board.
Sawatzke then questioned whether Item #1 and #4 of the recommendations should state that they are being required, not authorized to do the work. He felt this would ensure that Pilot would complete all of the action items recommended by Asleson. Asleson stated that in Items #1, #5 & #6 he used the word "authorize" as the County is delegating authority to Pilot. It is the County's responsibility to maintain the ditch system. He did not know if the County could require them to perform these items. The Attorney representing Pilot Land Company stated that Pilot made certain representation and the vote should be conditioned upon those representations being part of an agreement. He felt that being the governing authority, the Board would still have some control over making sure the work is completed. He stated that Pilot will complete the work and that they will do the work as part of the consideration for the vote. Asleson suggested a Memorandum of Understanding be drawn up between the County and Pilot Land Company outlining those action items referenced in his correspondence to the County Board. Sawatzke moved to approve the six action items provided that all six items are accomplished, seconded by Mattson. The motion and second were amended to include an additional sentence added to item #4, "Pilot is to handle all spoils pursuant to the wishes of landowners." The amended motion also include the stipulation that all work is to be completed by 6-1-99. A provision will be added to the agreement stating that if the work is not completed by 6-1-99, Pilot l and Company agrees to be responsible for assessments by the County. Motion carried 4-0.
On a motion by Sawatzke, second by Jude, all voted to acknowledge receipt of the February Revenue/Expenditure Guidelines.
KUE Contractors, Inc. submitted an invoice for $31,708.98 for building permits they obtained on behalf of the County for the Pamida and Public Works projects. In researching the claim, an error of $4,350.00 was made when assessing the SIC/WAC fees, bringing the total of the building permits to $27,358.98. The City of Buffalo indicated that they would reimburse KUE Contractors, Inc. for the amount of the error. In discussion of the building permit fees, Sawatzke pointed out that $3,711.00 is the actual cost of the building permit portion. The majority of the cost lies within the SAC/WAC fees. Rose stated that the question is not whether KUE should be reimbursed but instead relates to the process involved with reimbursement. Jude moved to lay the claim over to review at the Building Committee 0f The Whole Meeting scheduled for 10:30 A.M. today, seconded by Mattson. Motion carried 3-1 with Rose casting the nay vote.
The claims listing was reviewed. Mattson referenced claims on page 10 under the Court Services Department. Groshens indicated these fees are for classes held throughout the year. Mattson moved to approve the claims as listed in the abstract subject to audit, seconded by Sawatzke, carried 4-0.
Chuck Davis, Environmental Health Officer, requested approval to distribute the EAW for Annandale Rock Products to the provided listing of agencies. The EAW is mandatory as the mining area is over 40 acres. Davis pointed out that the legal description states this is in the NE corner of Section 22, and it is actually in the SE corner of Section 22. Davis requested that approval be contingent upon his verifying that it is the SE corner. Jude moved to authorize distribution of the EAW after the legal description is verified, seconded by Mattson, carried unanimously.
A Transportation Committee Of The Whole meeting was held on 3-13-98. Virgil Hawkins, Assistant Highway Engineer, highlighted the agenda items and the consensus reached on each. Discussion of Issues Involving City of Monticello:
CSAH 75 Improvements. The consensus of the Committee was to have Sawatzke and Hawkins act as County representatives on a CSAH 75 task force with the City of Monticello and others to discuss and resolve such issues as access, traffic patterns and design. It would be beneficial to have the City of Monticello take the lead in design and engineering of the project through a Cooperative Agreement. Funding would be based on County policy. At today's meeting, Mattson moved to approve the recommendation, seconded by Jude, carried 4-0.
Request From Monticello/Big Lake Hospital. Consensus of the Committee was to: 1) Agree to vacate the triangular piece of highway easement to the Monticello School District with no monetary consideration. This parcel can then be conveyed from the school to the hospital for helipad use.; 2) Allow the proposed helipad to be constructed as presented beyond the right of way limits of CSAH 75, once the easement has been vacated. At today's meeting, Sawatzke moved to approve the recommendation, seconded by Mattson. Jude voiced concern with the helipad being so close to CSAH 75 and thought they should work closely with the Sheriff's Department so accidents do not occur. Mattson responded that people will be drawn into the situation regardless. Motion carried 4-0.
School Blvd/CR 117. The consensus of the Committee was to: 1) Have Highway staff do further structure exploration work on CR 117; 2) Conduct City/County meetings about the options available for the future of CR 117; 3) Present options at a future Transportation Committee meeting. This was provided as an informational item.
Discuss Response From City of Cokato Regarding Future Maintenance Facility. The consensus of the Committee was: 1) Direct Highway staff to have the soils analyzed to determine if contamination exists (it was felt that borings would be necessary anyway to determine proper support for a new maintenance truck station); 2) Have the marketable portion of the County property described and use this description in a bid document which the Attorney's Office will create; 3) No further pursuit of a quiet title action; 4) County retains the right to reject all bids; 5) County will not have a property appraisal done prior to bidding; 6) No minimum bid will be included in the bidding document; 7) A bid security or earnest money of 15% shall accompany all bids; 8) County maintenance can stockpile aggregate shouldering at the Cokato site if used by end of the 1998 construction season (this could be a provision in the bid document). At today's meeting, Mattson moved to approve these action items and to continue to accept bids in Cokato, seconded by Sawatzke. Sawatzke said the committee discussed possibly extending the time period for accepting or rejecting bids to 60 days. Asleson suggested a bid opening date of 4-24-98. The motion and second were amended to include that as part of the action items, a bid document will be created extending the time period for acceptance of bids and also when the bid opening will be. The bid document will he reviewed at the next County Board meeting. Motion carried 4-0.
Discuss Proposal involving Revocation of CSAH 63 and CSAH 7 in City of Clearwater. The consensus of the Committee was to continue negotiations with the City of Clearwater and to try to reach a mutual understanding through the agreement. At today's meeting, Hawkins referenced a written update of a meeting that transpired on 3-20-98 with the City of Clearwater. In summary, the City would like to explore several issues with the County, including additional participation by the County in the areas of storm sewer and sidewalk costs. The current draft agreement calls for a 50/50 cost split for storm sewers and 100% payment by the City for sidewalk replacement. In a normal State Aid split, the funding is not determined until the State has reviewed the hydraulics. Hawkins said it not uncommon for a 70/30 split (County portion 70%). The County's policy is that 100% is paid for by the City. The City would like the County's best proposal to consider at their next Council meeting on 4-6-98. The City's best scenario would be to have Segment #3 (CSAH 7 from TH 24 to No. CSAH 75) completed in the year 2000; Segment #1 (Ash St.) would be completed in the year 2002, and it is uncertain thereafter when Segment #2 (CSAH 7 from TH 24 to So. CSAH 75) would be completed. The agreement would be revised to indicate that the work on CSAH 7 (Main St.) from TH 24 to So. CSAH 75 would be subject to the City annexing that portion of CSAH 7 that is currently outside the City limits. The City anticipates annexing that portion of CSAH 7 into the City limits later this year. The Highway Department s recommendation is for the County Board to determine their best offer for staff to present to the City of Clearwater at their next Council meeting. Highway Department staff felt many important County projects (map update, converting CR 118 to CSAH route to use state aid funds, etc.) hinge on gaining this additional CSAH mileage. Hawkins presented the following recommendations: I) Adjust the County's storm sewer percentage to 60%, which is well within past County state aid projects; and 2) Adjust the County's sidewalk percentage to 50%. With these recommendations, the overall cost for the three segments of work will be 57% County ($586,000) to 43% City ($442,000). The draft agreement indicated overall costs of 53% County ($544,000) to 47% City ($484,000). Jude moved to accept the new breakdown in costs and time lines and to have them presented to the City of Clearwater. Motion carried 4-0 on a second by Sawatzke.
Field Review of Proposed CSAH 6 Realignment Near TH12. After review of the entire portion of Keats Ave. South of TH12, the consensus of the Committee was that with the uncertainty of the construction schedule for future CSAH 6 on the Keats Ave. alignment, it is recommended that any decisions regarding the shift be delayed until after the 5-Year Hearing to be held in May 1998. If the decision is made after the hearing to have Mn/DOT realign Keats Ave. within their R/W, it can be accomplished with a Supplemental Agreement. At today's meeting, Rose referenced page 11 of the minutes that reflected the sentence "Judie felt that the City could have been more vocal about the CSAH 6 issue in the past five years." She said her comments were in response to a statement that the realignment was City generated. She said the project was not being completed for the benefit of the City of Howard Lake and that her comment was not critical of them.
Discuss Jct. CSAH 35 & CR 134. The consensus of the Committee was to recommend approval of:
1) Funding proposal:
a) The Buffalo School District would pay $5000 up front (consistent with their offer received by the County Board in May 1997).
b) Wright County would initially pay the balance of the costs associated with the project.
c) An up-front County/City agreement would be made for City funding participation for the signal project. The City's share of the funding would be based on when annexation takes place at the intersection using, for example, a 40-year pro-rated formula to compute what amount the City would pay using County funding policy guidelines (i.e., if the City of Buffalo share is 50% or $60,000 and the annexation takes place in 10 years, 75% of the 40 years would remain, obligating the City for 75% of the $60,000).
2) Have Rose approach the City of Buffalo with this proposal. Approval of the signal installation will be contingent on City approval of a funding arrangement acceptable to the County Board.
3) Authorize highway staff to get proposals from traffic engineering consultants for the design and plan preparation of the traffic signal system and related turn lanes in an effort to have the signals operating by the start of the 1998-99 school year.
4) Authorize the Highway Dept. to install a 4-way stop condition at the intersection of CSAH 35 and CR 134 as an interim safety measure until the traffic signal system is in operation. This will include rumble strips on the CSAH 35 approaches to the intersection for motorist awareness to the change in traffic control.
5) Make the public aware of this change in advance by notifying the newspapers, radio station, City and school district.
At today's meeting, Jude wanted the record to reflect that the Committee's recommendations triggered much activity, and that he learned about the recommendations over the radio. He felt these recommendations should have been approved by the County Board before any action was taken. Mattson contacted Fingalson last weekend with concerns regarding accomplishing work in relative time frames throughout the County. He referenced an intersection approved for rumble strips in the Cokato area and the delay of installation of them. Rose said the formula for reimbursement by the City was changed in that when each of the three segments of the intersection are annexed into the City, the City will pay 1/3 of the full share toward the cost of the stoplights. The school district was to discuss the $5000 contribution at their meeting on 3-23-98. Rose did not know the outcome of that meeting. Rose noted that if the action items were approved, the Board needed to understand that the funding formula had changed. It was clarified that the City would pay the share that they normally pay under a regular agreement toward the light (50%) and any funding from the school district would be reduced from the City share toward the light. As each corner of the intersection is annexed into the City, the City will pay 1/3 of the cost. The life cycle of the signal is approximately 10-15 years. Jude moved to direct the Highway Department to draft up funding scenarios for Board review next week pertaining to the stoplights on CR 134 and CSAH 35 with the City and the School District. Motion carried 4-0 on a second by Sawatzke. Board discussion moved to the Highway Department s authority to place 4-way stop signs at intersections. lt was requested that the resolution authorizing them to do so be copied to the County Board.
Discuss Turnback Issue of Old CSAH 7 in Clearwater Area. The consensus of the Committee was to have Highway staff contact the two landowners in the easement area and inform them that the County will vacate the easement if the owners will pay for the administrative costs (approximately $250 each) to complete the vacating process. At today's meeting, Jude moved to approve the recommendation, seconded by Mattson, carried unanimously. Sawatzke moved to approve the minutes of the Transportation Committee Of The Whole, seconded by Mattson. Jude said the motion should be to accept the minutes as separate motions were made on each issue. Motion carried 4-0.
Hawkins indicated that quotes for Phase 1 of the environmental assessment of the Cokato Shop Site had been received. Braun Intertec quoted $1,800 and BRW quoted $2,500. Mattson moved to accept the low bid from Braun lntertec for $1,800, seconded by Sawatzke, carried 4-0.
A request had been received from Human Services to appoint a Commissioner to the 1998 Outstanding Senior Citizen Committee. The Human Services Board voted to appoint Pat Sawatzke to this Committee.
A Smoke-free Policy Task force meeting occurred on 3-17-98: Rationale For Policy. The Task Force discussed the rationale for development of a smoke-free workplace policy. The mayor concern is the health risk associated with smoking and secondhand smoke. Norman said that a smoke-free policy doesn't totally address the use of tobacco. After discussion, the consensus of the Task Force was that the County implement a tobacco free policy for facilities and County owned vehicles. Policy Development. Norman will review tobacco-free policies from other jurisdictions and develop a draft policy for review by Task Force members. The Task Force discussed whether to have designated outside areas where individuals should go to use tobacco products. lt was the consensus that they should be allowed to use any area on the grounds as long as they are not near an air intake system. Proper signs will have to be displayed at County facilities alerting people that tobacco use is prohibited. Consideration of a smoking cessation program should be referred to the Wellness Committee. The next meeting of the Task Force will be held at 2:30 P.M., April 21st in the Commissioners Conference Room.
At today's meeting, discussion involved changing the policy to "tobacco-free" rather than "smoke-free." This would make it more consistent with other public entities. Jude responded that he felt the process should be taken one step at a time and that enforcement of other types of tobacco would be difficult. Sawatzke stated he was in opposition to changing the policy to "tobacco free", as the main reason for implementing the policy was due to second hand smoke and the costs associated with providing a separate area for smokers. Rose said that she would bring the concerns of the Board back to the Committee. Jude moved to accept the minutes noting that the concerns of the Board regarding a tobacco free policy will be brought back to the Committee for discussion. Motion carried 4-0 on a second by Mattson.
Correspondence was received from PlCV relating to a Job Training Partnership Act, Minnesota Workforce Center System Joint Powers Agreement approved by the Joint Powers Board of the Private Industry Council 5. Jude said this is a housekeeping matter to change the contract recognizing the Welfare to Work language and must be passed by all 11 member counties. Jude moved to authorize signatures on the revised Joint Powers Agreement with PlCV, seconded by Sawatzke, carried unanimously.
On a motion by Mattson, second by Sawatzke, roll call vote passed 4-0 to adopt Resolution #98-13 approving the Charitable Gambling Application as submitted by the Loretto Lions (Rockford Township).
Jude moved to authorize attendance by Department Heads and the County Board at the County Commissioner Refresher scheduled for 4-27-98 at the St. Cloud Holiday Inn (sponsored by AMC/MCIT). Motion carried 4-0 on a second by Mattson.
Rose received an update from Carl Swanson relating to the personal watercraft bill which did not pass at the State level. Asleson said that the restrictions the State Legislature proposed were more restrictive than those recommended by the Ways & Means Committee last fall, so the County was awaiting to see the outcome. He anticipated cooperation of the DNR due to the bill being rejected at the State level. The proposed ordinance changes will be forwarded to the DNR and Lake Associations. A Public Hearing would be scheduled for mid-May with the ordinance to potentially become effective 6-1-98. He would bring the issue before the Board in one month. The major changes in the ordinance would relate to hours of operation (proposed 10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.) and the setback of operating distance from docks/boats (increase from 100' to 150'). This was provided as an informational item.
Airtouch Cellular 262.96
Aspen Equipment Company 139.59
Automatic Garage Door Co 1026.24
Clemens Becker 190.92
Bowman Distribution 559.31
Buffalo Clinic 1020.00
Bureau of Criminal Apprehensn 240.00
Central Lock & Safe 171.61
Chamberlain Oil Co 202.82
Debbie Ernst 129.27
Jim Hatch Sales Co Inc 1299.71
Interstate Battery System 495.97
Jerome Jochim 116.66
Lake Region Coop Oil 12947.36
Lakeland Transmission 1174.35
Loberg Plumbing & Heating Co 214.33
Joel Mackereth 224.67
The Market Place 615.24
Masys Corporation 2181.86
McDowall Co 5375.00
MN Dept of Revenue 169.00
MTI Distributing Co 1467.77
NENA of Minnesota 125.00
Northern Hydraulics Inc 149.45
Office Depot 536.36
Dave Peterson Monticello Ford 299.14
Professional Safety Inc 1808.10
Reds Auto Electric 154.62
Research & Information Technol 115.14
Royal Tire-St Cloud 3985.71
Scenic Signs 181.64
Sharp Electronics 942.41
Snap-on Tools 468.46
St. Cloud Group Home 1719.68
State Supply Co 504.92
Tires Plus 128.37
Twin City Labor Mngmt Council 200.00
Unlimited Electric Inc 334.67
US West Communications 499.99
Voss Lighting 711.85
A Weege Construction Inc 1150.00
Wright Hennepin Electric 4030.17
AMI Imaging Systems Inc 253.50
Bob Barker Co 399.43
Best Disposal Services 239.39
Boyer Truck Parts 513.96
Buffalo Hospital 266.75
Business Computer Design 2535.00
Central Glass 279.11
Central McGowan, Inc 156.33
Decorative Designs Inc 167.18
Emergitek Inc 538.37
H & H Sport Shop 1821.15
IBM Corporation 500.00
Institute for Forensic Psych 325.00
JLM Telecommunications 123.25
Kjellbergs Carpet & Appliance 6595.00
Lakedale Telephone 127.10
Lawson Products, Inc 462.40
M-R Sign Company Inc 845.48
Marco Business Products 208.00
Marks Standard Parts 233.08
Matco Tools 118.85
MN Pollution Control Agency 190.00
National Bushing & Parts 236.00
Richard Norman 217.78
Northern States Power Co 193.28
Olsen Chain & Cable Co Inc 519.04
Prairie Lake Detention Center 248.00
RDO Equipment Co 421.22
Renu International Corp 158.29
Dr Risk 200.00
Ryan Motors inc 24390.97
Simplex Time Recorder Co. 275.00
Special Operations Training Co 400.00
St. Cloud State University 464.00
Stratus Computer Inc 1770.00
Sweeney Brothers Tractor 136.16
Thermo Dyne Inc 870.18
Total Printing 639.59
Unitog Rental System 110.89
Vergin TV & VCR Service 830.44
Harry Walsh 400.00
West Abe Consortium 1800.00
47 payments less than $100 2,153.81
Final Total $117,078.24
The meeting adjourned at 10:48 A.M.
Judie Rose, Chairperson
ATTEST: Richard W. Norman , County Coordinator