Wright County Board Minutes
APRIL 18, 2000
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Mattson, Eichelberg, Sawatzke, Jude, and Russek present.
Corrections were made to the minutes of 4-11-00: Page 3, 2nd paragraph, 6th sentence should read, "Jude responded that the Legislature keeps creating more laws with levy limits" (Jude); Page 1, 6th paragraph, 3rd sentence should read, "At the 3-28-00 meeting, the County Board authorized Gruber to negotiate with Fyle's on the repair of Area #2 of the ditch project, not to exceed $3,250" (Gruber). Jude moved to approve the corrected minutes, seconded by Russek, carried unanimously.
Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: Aud./Treas. Item #3, "Ditch 15 Permits" (Russek); Item For Consid. #7, "Lake Charlotte/Lake Martha Sewer Update" (Asleson). On a motion by Russek, second by Eichelberg, all voted to approve the Agenda as amended.
On a motion by Eichelberg, second by Jude, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda as follows:
1. Performance Appraisals: R. Thielen, Assr.; L. Dixon, Atty.; D. Martin, MIS; C. Day, Recorder; J. Brown, Sheriff.
2. Charitable Gambling Application & Waive 30-Day Waiting Period, Silver Bullet Saddle Club (Clearwater Twp.).
3. Voluntary Leave Without Pay Program, 5/29/00 - 10/06/00.
1. Annual On Sale Beer License Renewal, "St. Mary's Mens Club" (Franklin Twp.).
2. On Sale Liquor License Renewal, "Silver Springs Golf Course," (Monticello Twp.).
3. Tobacco License Renewals: Dave's Town Club (Delano); Lantto's Store (French Lake Twp.).
4. New Tobacco License: Long Shot Bar & Grill (Albertville).
C. COURT SERVICES
1. Approve Hire, Sara Stemm, Sr. Clerk II, Eff. 5/1/00, Step 1.
2. Approve Request For Temporary Case Aide Position 5/1/00 - 8/16/00.
1. Reschedule Transportation Committee Of The Whole Meeting To Monday, 5/1/00, 1:30 p.m.
E. PLANNING & ZONING
1. Approve Establishment Of Rural Planned Unit Development District, G.P. Land Corp. (Buffalo Twp.).
1. Authorize Signature On An Additional DNR Grant For Boat & Water Enforcement.
2. Acknowledge Appointment, Paul Burke, Deputy Sheriff, Eff. 4-24-00 (Grade 3).
Judge Bruce Douglas presented a retirement plaque to David Leukuma. Leukuma was employed by the County in 1977 as a Deputy. Prior to that, he served as a part-time Reserve Deputy. Leukuma has spent his last eight years as a Bailiff. Judge Douglas spoke of Leukuma's dependability, dignity and humor which have been an asset in the Courts area over the years. Leukuma was thanked for his years of service to Wright County.
A Building Committee Meeting was held on 4-12-00. At today's meeting, Jude moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0. Relative to the retaining wall (East parking lot), the Board directed Norman to send a copy of the Building Committee minutes and recommendation to Kevin Chilson, Peterson's Chapel. The minutes follow:
HSC Intake Office Door. This item was discussed at yesterday's Building Committee Of The Whole meeting. At the conclusion of the discussion it was decided to lay the item over so Commissioners would have an opportunity to view the site. This will be discussed at the next Building Committee meeting.
Retaining Wall, East Parking Lot. Hayes contacted four firms for a quote. One estimate was received for $4,435. It could run higher depending on how much digging might be required. The current block is not made anymore so now material would have to be installed. The property was surveyed and most of the wall is on Peterson Chapel's property. After visiting the site, the consensus of the Committee is to observe the wall over time to see if any settling is taking place.
Voice/Data Area Remodeling. The total quote for remodeling the voice/data area is $2,620. To install a water warning sensor would be an additional $690 plus wiring. Recommendation: Approve request, fund out of Budget 820, Site Improvements line item.
Sheriff Storage Building Improvements. Jude questioned what functions will take place in the building long term. Hozempa stated that it will be used for storage and equipment. Jude said that the Board had concerns with improvements being made without review by the Building Committee and Board. Norman said that $38,489.50 in add-ons has taken place since the base bid award of $79,900. After discussion, it was the consensus that in the future prescribed procedures will be followed.
Doug Gruber, Auditor/Treasurer, referenced County Ditch 10 and water problems West of County Road 5 due to several beaver dams. Fyle's Excavating has submitted an estimate of $475.00 to remove the beaver dams. Swanson Trappers would like an additional week to trap the beavers before the dams are removed. Jude moved to authorize Swanson Trappers to trap the beavers ($20/beaver plus mileage) and for Fyle's Excavating to remove the beaver dams ($475.00). The work is to be coordinated with the Auditor/Treasurer. The motion was seconded by Russek and carried 5-0.
Russek provided an update on County Ditch 15. As discussed at the last meeting, Russek was to research what permits would be required relating to making this an open ditch. Currently, tile runs through a swamp area. The tile is only slightly covered so Russek proposed making it an open ditch from the start of the swamp. Russek contacted Kerry Saxton (SWCD) and Larry Kramka (DNR). Saxton did not have a problem with making it an open ditch, but Kramka indicated that this would be a ditch improvement and the proper permitting process would need to be followed.
Russek did not feel there would be a problem with the $50,000/year threshold for improvements on this ditch as he anticipated the permitting process to extend beyond this year. Brian Asleson, Assistant County Attorney, said a petition and public hearing would be required for a ditch improvement. Saxton will be contacted for his recommendation. Asleson will research statutes and provide a report back to the Board.
On a motion by Russek, second by Eichelberg, all voted to approve the claims as listed in the abstract, subject to audit.
Dennis Moeller, Wright County Extension Service, requested continuation of the temporary assignment for Laurie Schroeder. Schroeder has worked 40 hours since 2-1-00. Moeller requested additional assistance by Schroeder in training new staff and said they would not exceed their budget.
Jude moved to authorize the request provided Schroeder does not exceed the 67-day limit for temporary, part-time employees and that compensation can be handled within the Extension temporary line item. The motion was seconded by Eichelberg. Sawatzke recalled that when the original request to hire Schroeder was presented, the 67-day issue was discussed as it relates to PERA requirements.
Normally temporary, part-time employees are not eligible for PERA. A 30-day separation of employment is required after leaving full-time status. The motion was clarified that Moeller is to work with the Administration Office to assure that these requirements are being met. Motion carried 5-0.
A Building Committee Of The Whole meeting was held on 4-11-00. A summary of the minutes follows:
Fourth Floor Remodeling Bid Documents: Drawings and bid specifications were presented by the Architect with a request to proceed to the bidding process. The Architect reviewed the original estimated construction costs of $700,000 plus a 10% contingency fund and identified three alternatives for consideration:
1) The County purchase the heat pumps separately with installation by the contractor, reducing the bid by approximately $41,000;
2) Add direct digital control to the temperature controls at an additional cost of approximately $21,000; and
3) An additional cost of $25,000 if the building inspector requires a Won-Door for the lobby elevator. Cost estimates do not include soft costs or water problem repairs. Fourth floor will have all new finishes including wall coverings, carpet and ceiling tiles.
A meeting will be held with the Attorney, Court Services Director and Joe Scott regarding color selection. Seven card access doors are planned for fourth floor. Review of site drawings reflected areas of the parking lot and sidewalk which will be blocked during construction. The Buffalo Fire Department is to be notified of the North lot being blocked off. The County's position is that the pre-construction bid meeting is mandatory.
The Architect will revise the bid documents to reflect this. The removal of debris from fourth floor will be handled at the pre-construction bid meeting and terms agreed to will be binding. Other issues discussed included the fire walls, voice/data outlets, mold from the water leakage, and the need to maintain the integrity of the roof membrane during remodel.
Lunch Room/4th Floor Lunch Room Equipment: Mleziva requested approval to move the 4th Floor Human Services furniture and lunchroom equipment to the open area on the North side of third floor. It was clarified there was no water available in this location. The consensus was to approve moving the furniture and equipment to third floor and to open this area for all staff on a trial basis. Norman will notify staff of the relocation of the second floor employee lounge to C117 and the option of third floor.
HSC Intake Door: Mleziva requested approval to install a second door in the Intake Office at an approximate cost of $1,000. The primary reason is employee security. The consensus was to hold the item over to explore all options and for interested Committee members to tour the area.
Update Elevator Controls: To accommodate the request from the offices of Attorney and Court Services to be able to access the fourth floor after hours, the best option appears to be a digital control pad on the main lobby elevator ($3,375 appx. cost). The consensus was to approve the digital control pad with the Purchasing Agent to handle the details.
Replace Annex Building Air Conditioning Unit: Four companies recommend replacement of the oldest tower. The Purchasing Agent indicated the cost to replace should not exceed $35,000 and that bids are being obtained to present to the Board. This can be done on an emergency basis without a formal bid process according to statutes. The consensus was for the Purchasing Agent to proceed with replacement of the tower with funding from Site Improvement.
Other: A list of anticipated soft costs totaling approximately $300,000 was reviewed. The contingency fund and the cost for a Won-Door are not included.
At today's meeting, Norman said the fourth floor bathroom walls have vinyl wall covering and will not be painted. Russek moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Sawatzke, carried unanimously.
A Communications Committee meeting was held on 4-12-00:
Change To 1995 Cellular Telephone Resolution. Wright County currently has departments contracting independently for cellular phone service and it is believed that cost savings may result if the entire County were to contract with one service provider. A copy of Stearns County's request for proposals for cellular service was reviewed and further suggested changes for the Wright County request for proposals can be given to Bill Swing.
Discussion about contracting with one service provider highlighted concerns about customer service, the feasibility of phones replacing pagers and radios and expensive roaming charges. Another concern was who would be responsible for the payment of cellular bills if private phones were purchased through the County's contract. Recommendation: Hayes will survey other Counties with regard to cellular service. He will review the particulars of the cellular service request for proposals with Helgeson, Gruber and Fingalson. Swing will draft a request for proposal incorporating input from departments.
Request for Motion Detection Alarm, Sheriff Storage Building. The Sheriff's Storage building can be equipped with an alarm without having to wire telephone communications to the building. This Wright/Hennepin Security alarm system includes detection at the doors and garage entrances into the building. The total cost is $1,165.11 and will be paid from the Sheriff's budget. Recommendation: Proceed with installation of the above referenced alarm system.
At today's meeting, Jude questioned whether the Sheriff will continue to pay the ongoing electrical fee for the Storage Building. Eichelberg responded that the Sheriff will be responsible for the payments through 2000 and that this expense may be incorporated into the budget thereafter. Relating to cell phones, Sawatzke said that in 1995 the County Attorney's office made it clear that such arrangements would be prohibited by State Law.
The only cell phone usage would be those related to County employment and that personal phone calls, even if kept separated, were not acceptable. Mattson responded that the Committee will review information before presenting a recommendation to the County Board. Jude moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0.
A Labor/Management Health Insurance Committee meeting was held on 4-12-00. On a motion by Eichelberg, second by Russek, all voted to approve the minutes as presented:
An in-depth Medica summary report (Health Care Data Report) for the 3/98-2/99 plan year was provided to committee members. Medica representatives reviewed the report with the group. The next meeting is scheduled for May 17, 2000 at 9:00 AM. Summary of Benefits will be obtained from Medica so the committee can begin reviewing the different plans offered by Medica. These summaries will serve as a resource to determine what shall be included in RFP's for the plan year effective March 1, 2001.
A Personnel Committee meeting was held on 4-12-00:
Request For Secretary Position, Attorney Department. Kelly requests that a Secretary position be authorized with a start date of June 19, 2000. With an employee out on unpaid leave for an extended period of time, there will be sufficient funds in his budget. The new position would then show up in the 2001 budget even though the hire will have already occurred. Recommendation: Approve request.
At today's meeting, Sawatzke noted that the County Attorney guaranteed that this would be the only additional position requested for the 2001 budget. Eichelberg moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Sawatzke, carried 5-0.
A Ways & Means Committee meeting was held on 4-12-00. On a motion by Sawatzke, second by Eichelberg, all voted to approve the minutes as presented:
Bid Opening, Seasonal Requirements. Fingalson opened bids for seasonal requirements. He will present his recommendations to the Board next Tuesday.
Videotaping County Board Meetings. It is the consensus of the Committee that meetings should be videotaped for replay on television. After discussion, it was decided to contact the Vo-Tech School to see if they could assist us and Hayes will research what type camera systems are available.
Jail Medical Agreement. (Lay over until April 26th).
Recapturing Medical Costs From Inmates. (Lay over until April 26th).
On a motion by Russek, second by Eichelberg, all voted to approve the bids for seasonal requirements as recommended by the Highway Engineer. These were opened at the Ways & Means Committee meeting held on 4-12-00 and have been reviewed by the County Attorney:
Bituminous Road Materials Seasonal Bids: Award bid to Koch Materials of St. Paul, MN, at $.9362/Gal.
Corrugated Steel Pipe Culverts and Metal End Sections: Award to Johnston-Fargo Culvert Co. of St. Paul, MN, $30,812.50.
Sand & Rock ($/Ton): Award FA-1 to all bidders; FA-1 (MOD-Y), FA-1 (MOD-X), FA-3 (MOD), Washed 3/4" Rock, and Riprap Rock to Annandale Rock Products; Class 5 to all bidders.
Annandale Rock Products, Annandale, MN: FA-1, $2.75; FA-1 (MOD-Y), $4.74; FA-1 (MOD-X), $4.74; FA-3 (MOD), $6.25; Class 5, $3.18; Washed 3/4" Rock, $8.14; Riprap Rock, $21.43.
Bauerly Co, Sauk Rapids, MN: Class 5, $2.85.
Barton Sand & Gravel, Osseo, MN: FA-1, $2.10, Class 5, $3.25, Washed 3/4" Rock, $9.50.
Equipment Rental: Award all bids as shown on the "EQUIPMENT RENTAL" Sheet.
Pavement Markings Contract 0004: Award to low bidder meeting specifications, Traffic Marking Service of Buffalo, MN. Total County Portion $154,520.00 (Yellow Paint $7.90; White Paint $7.61).
F. & I. Rubberized Crack Seal Material Contract 0003 ($/lb.): Award to low bidder (County Portion) meeting specifications: Daffinson Asphalt Maint. of Green Bay, WI. Total Bid County Portion Only $66,800 (CSAH 37 $.668; CSAH 16 $.668; Rockford Twp. $.668; Corinna Twp. $.668).
Plant-Mixed Bituminous Mixture Seasonal Bid ($/Ton): Award Items 1-4 to all bidders. Note that the 1st price is per ton unit price and the 2nd price is 100+ ton/day unit price:
Item 1, 3/4" Bit. Mixture; Item 2, 1/2" Minus Bit. Mix; Item 3, Winter Mix; Item 4, Fine Mix.
Buffalo Bituminous, Inc., Buffalo, MN Item 1, 3/4" Bit. Mixture: $23.90, $22.90; Item 2, 1/2" Minus Bit. Mix: $24.75, $23.75; Item 3, Winter Mix: No BID, NO BID; Item 4, Fine Mix: $25.85, $25.85.
Mid-Minnesota Hot Mix, Annandale, MN, Item 1, 3/4" Bit. Mixture: $26.75, $23.25; Item 2, 1/2" Minus Bit. Mix: $26.75, $23.25; Item 3, Winter Mix: NO BID, NO BID; Item 4, Fine Mix: $31.75, $23.25.
Bauerly Co., Sauk Rapids, MN, Item 1, 3/4" Bit. Mixture: $23.95, $22.95; Item 2, 1/2" Minus Bit. Mix: $25.25, $24.25; Item 3, Winter Mix: $32.65, $32.65; Item 4, Fine Mix: $28.00, $27.00.
Commercial Asphalt, Newport, MN, Item 1, 3/4" Bit. Mixture: $24.25, $23.25; Item 2, 1/2" Minus Bit. Mix: $27.40, $24.40; Item 3, Winter Mix: NO BID, NO BID; Item 4, Fine Mix: NO BID, NO BID.
SMC, Mankato, MN, Item 1, 3/4" Bit. Mixture: NO BID, NO BID; Item 2, 1/2" Minus Bit. Mix: NO BID, NO BID; Item 3, Winter Mix: NO BID, NO BID; Item 4, Fine Mix: NO BID, NO BID.
Omann Brothers, Inc., Albertville, MN, Item 1, 3/4" Bit. Mixture: $26.38, $25.88; Item 2, 1/2" Minus Bit. Mix: $27.00, $26.50; Item 3, Winter Mix: NO BID, NO BID; Item 4, Fine Mix: $28.98, $28.48.
Bituminous Sealcoat Contract 0006: Award to low bidder meeting specifications, Astech of St. Cloud, MN, $123,807.80.
Jude moved to approve the request from the Buffalo Days Committee to use the Government Center parking lot at the corner of State Hwy 25 and Lake Boulevard during the Buffalo Days celebration. Use of the lot would be from 6-16-00 (after 4:30 p.m.) through 6-18-00 (a.m.). Motion carried 5-0 on a second by Russek.
A request was received from LaVonn Nordeen for the Board to confirm or update the members of the Wright County Court Security Committee. Sawatzke moved to reappoint Norman and Mattson as the County Board delegates to this Committee. Motion carried 5-0 on a second by Russek.
At the last Human Services Board meeting, a motion carried 3-2 to increase the mileage reimbursement rate to $.325/mile effective 7-1-00. At today's meeting, Jude moved to implement a mileage reimbursement rate of $.325/mile for all County departments, seconded by Eichelberg. Sawatzke was not supportive of the increase as this was not included as part of the budget process for 2000 and the financial implications were unknown.
At the Human Services Board meeting, the Human Services Director had estimated approximately $3000 in additional costs for Human Services only. Sawatzke said information on the estimated additional costs for the other 16 departments was not available. Mattson added that last year, the Board discussed lowering the mileage reimbursement rate due to lowered gas prices. He felt that with increased prices this year, there was a balance between the two. He did not support the increase without financial data to review. Motion carried 3-2 with Sawatzke and Mattson casting the nay votes.
Correspondence was received from Mark Sexton, Wright County Community Action (WCCA), indicating that the appointed term of Dan Dawson, Public Sector Representative on the WCCA Board of Directors, would be ending on 5-13-00. Jude moved to reappoint Dan Dawson as Public Sector Representative on the WCCA Board of Directors for a three-year term, second by Eichelberg, carried 5-0.
At 10:00 A.M., Mattson closed the Bid process for the Public Facility Building, Wright County Fairgrounds.
Brian Asleson, Assistant County Attorney, referenced correspondence from Jeff Roos relating to the time line of engineering services for the Lake Charlotte/Lake Martha sewer project. Asleson outlined the following steps which need to be followed: 1) A meeting will be held with the Engineer to set the boundary lines for the project; 2) An informational meeting would be held and a petition circulated; 3) The informational meeting would be held at Rockford Town Hall; and 4) A public hearing would be held.
A two-week publication of the public hearing notice is required. Notification must be mailed to all those within the district. The Feasibility Report would be reviewed and the Board would then decide whether to proceed with the project. Jude questioned whether the project could still be completed as a subordinate sewer district rather than through Chapter 429. Asleson responded affirmatively. Asleson will attempt to set up a meeting with the Engineer and the two commissioners who represent this area to establish the district boundaries.
Gene Branstrom, E.M. Branstrom Associates Architects, Inc., opened and read the bids received for the Public Facilities Building at the Wright County Fairgrounds. The following are the alternates: A-1, increase the building size 16' in length; A-2, change the structure from pole type to wood frame with continuous foundation; A-3, increase building size 16 ft. in length using A-2 Alternate; A-4, complete interior finishes of the meeting room; A-5, increase the building size 16' to include A-4. Norman questioned what Branstrom's estimate was for the Base Bid.
Branstrom responded that they look to contain the project within $140,000. Jude moved to lay the bids over for one week for review and recommendation from the Engineer. Motion carried 5-0 on a second by Eichelberg.
Contractor, Ken Durdahl. Base Bid, $116,963.00; Alt. A-1, $7,494.00; Alt. A-2, $6,600.00; Alt. A-3, $3,000.00
Contractor, Spectra Bldg. Group. Base Bid, $116,000.00; Alt. A-1, $7,630.00; Alt. A-2, $12,400.00; Alt. A-3, $7,400.00; Alt. A-4, $9,250.00; Alt. A-5, $2,700.00.
Contractor, Terranova, Base Bid, $114,874.00; Alt. A-1, $7,850.00; Alt. A-2, $6,600.00; Alt. A-3, $12,300.00.
Russek presented Glenn Dixon an appreciation plaque for his service to the Wright County Parks System. Dixon served the Parks Department for 32 years, previously as a Parks Foreman and most recently as a Parks Commission member for 7 years. Dixon was thanked for his many years of service and congratulated on his retirement. A reception was held in the Government Center following the County Board meeting.
Airtouch Cellular Bellevue 234.67
City Albertville 2092.00
Allina Medical 923.00
Ancom Technical Center 3006.50
Annandale Advocate 451.25
Assn. of Minnesota Counties 130.00
AT & T 1383.68
Baers Body Shop 1001.00
Beaudry Propane Inc. 499.50
Benton County Treasurer 2290.07
Best Inc. 3738.87
Boyer Truck Parts 177.27
Buff 'N' Glo Inc. 219.50
City Buffalo 20783.41
Canadian Pacific Railway 4848.67
Cassidy Realty & Appraisal Inc. 1925.00
Catco Parts Service 700.05
Central Lock & Safe 373.50
Central McGowan, Inc 5563.80
Central Tractor Farm & Ctry. Inc. 205.30
City Cokato 2005.66 Commissioner of Transp. 22271.47
Contech Construction Product 9556.00
Copy Equipment Inc. 283.69
Data Transmission Network 888.00
Delano Municipal Utilities 158.17
Department of Public Safety 240.00
DLT Solutions 792.00
Doublewood Inn Best Western 110.00
Doyle Equipment Inc. 27903.00
East Central Regional Juvenile 5955.50
Edmund Scientific Company 190.45
Enterprise & Dispatch 340.93
Wayne Fingalson 131.46
Franklin Township 2218.00
G & K Services 1277.92
Gateway Companies Inc 510.00
GE Capital Information Techno 4278.81
Ralph Goelz 100.00
Grafix Shoppe 418.00
H & H Sport Shop 215.00
Hansen Advertising Specialties 359.10
Hillyard Floor Care Supply 121.41
Industrial Supply Co 189.89
International Personnel Mngmnt. 776.75
KNR Communications Serv. Inc 145.00
Lab Safety Supply Inc 116.97
Lake Region Coop Oil 27295.13
Laplant Demo Inc 1158.45
Michael Laurent 275.73
Lightning Powder Co. Inc 128.10
Loberg Plumbing & Heating Co 6764.37
Frank Madden & Associates 3496.20
Craig Madson 121.21
Marco Business Products 1395.69
Marks Standard Parts 3938.97
Midland Corporate Benefits SVC 627.25
Minncomm Paging 309.60
MN Alcohol Traffic Safety Assn 720.00
MN Pollution Control Agency 240.00
Monticello Times 771.02
MTI Distributing Inc. 636.18
National Assn. Of Cty. Engineers 300.00
National Camera Exchange 1462.72
Northern States Power Company 181.33
Northern Tool & Equipment Co 119.78
Northstar Repro Products Inc 115.70
Office Depot 2000.75
Olympic Oil Co. 141.03
Pats 66 344.00
Dave Peterson Monticello Ford 1421.05
Photo I 742.02
Portolite Products 383.40
Bill Pouliot 100.00
Professional Portable Xray Inc 100.00
R Home Of Woodbury Inc. 2356.00
Reliant Energy Minnegasco 2577.26
Sheriffs Youth Program Of MN 2070.36
Simplex Time Recorder Co 837.62
St. Cloud Fire Equipment Inc. 510.51
State Of MN 164.83
Stepp Mfg. Company Inc. 572.77
Superior Striping Inc. 320.00
Sweeny Brothers Tractor 291.03
Teply Equipment Inc. 55054.53
Tools Unlimited 1506.49
Underwater Schools Of America 102.38
Uniforms Unlimited 386.48
United Rentals 240.99
Regents University Of MN 350.00
US West Communications 7869.95
US West Communications Serv. 8147.72
Ver Tech 292.88
Warning Lites 409.00
Waste Management 256.61
Winsted Publishing Inc. 520.44
Wright County Auditor-Treas. 572.36
Wright Hennepin Electric 3323.81
911 Emergency Products Inc. 152.86
47 payments less than $100 2,451.23
Final Total 282,053.59
On a motion by Sawatzke, second by Russek, all voted to adjourn the meeting at 10:24 A.M.
Dick Mattson, Chairperson
ATTEST: Richard Norman, County Coordinator
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