Wright County Board Minutes
MAY 4, 1999
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Mattson, Eichelberg, Sawatzke, Jude, and Russek present.
Motion to approve the minutes of 4-27-99 was made by Mattson, seconded by Eichelberg, carried unanimously.
Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: Aud./Treas. Item #7, "Ditch 31, Woodland Twp." (Mattson); Item For Consid. #4, "Horse Riding in County Parks" (Mattson); Item For Consid. #5, "Letter from JME" (Eichelberg). Russek moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded by Jude, carried 5-0.
On a motion by Russek, second by Eichelberg, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda as follows:
1. Performance Appraisals: M. Cyr, J. Gordon, Ct. Admin.; B. Gabrelcik, L. Schallock, Recorder.
2. O/T Report, Period Ending 4-16-99.
3. Claim, MCIT, $270.00.
4. Refer to Personnel Committee Discussion of Personnel Policy 106, Compensation Plan.
5. Emergency Procedures Staff Critique Minutes.
1. Approve Hire, Phyllis DeBoer, Clerk I, Eff. 5-5-99, Step 3.
2. Approve Hire, Angela Williams, Clerk I, Eff. 5-17-99, Step 3.
3. Approve Tobacco License, Eagle Trace Golfers Club, City of Clearwater.
4. Approve On Sale Liquor License, Rasset Store, Chatham Twp.
5. Claim, Kurtti Construction, $138.00 (Fund 34-HSC).
6. Claim, Ebert Construction, $49,799.00 (Fund 01-Site Improvement).
C. COURT SERVICES
1. Approve Hire, Sandra Kile, Half-Time Sr. Clerk, Eff. 5-4-99, Step 3.
D. PLANNING & ZONING
1. Authorize Signatures, 1999 Natural Resources Block Grant Agreement. Laid over from the last County Board meeting, the following requests were discussed: 1) Co. Ditch 9, Petition for Outlet, Maple Ridge 3rd & 4th; 2) Co. Ditch 9 & 21, Street Crossing, Royal Meadows; and 3) Co. Ditch 9 & 21, Petition for Outlet, Royal Meadows. Present for discussion were Ralph Munsterteiger, developer, and Scott Dahlke, Meyer-Rohlin, Inc. Doug Gruber, Auditor/Treasurer, referenced a letter from Kerry Saxton regarding his opinion on the requests. Saxton's concerns were with the outlets and their capability to pass different storm flows, configuration of the ponds and placement of the inlets in relation to outlets to the ponds. Due to these concerns, Saxton passed the designs to the MPCA for an opinion as to whether they would meet their requirements. Saxton may consult with the engineer from SRF. He referenced problems with erosion and sediment control with areas of development. Saxton stated he could not attend today's meeting due to a meeting being held to address these types of issues.
Dahlke referenced Saxton's letter and said he understood Saxton's concerns to be with the final detail design of the stormwater ponds, the outlet pipe sizing, and the type of outlet structure configuration. As far as the overall process, he said Saxton felt the sizing of the ponds was adequate and that placement was not a concern. Regarding an agreement with the City of St. Michael, he said Brian Asleson, Assistant County Attorney, and the City have been working toward an agreement which would designate the City to be responsible for determining an assessment procedure within the City limits. This agreement will be presented at the next City Council meeting for approval. Asleson responded that he has not received the final draft but anticipated a three-way agreement between the County and the Cities of Albertville and St. Michael.
Munsterteiger requested that the Board consider the requests as two items, one for the outlets and the other for the crossings. He stated the outlets are the most time sensitive in an effort to keep the project moving. The crossings could be approved at such time as a formal agreement is in place. He attended the St. Michael City Council meeting last week and indicated to them that they should assess him for future clean out of the ponds. Munsterteiger said the water quality will be improved in the ditch and the flow will slow down. He said that since the last County Board meeting, he found out that the County has never gone through this procedure before. Munsterteiger said he has been caught up in the change in County procedures and that County staff was unsure as to the procedures which should be followed. He said as soon as he is provided with procedures, he will follow them. Sawatzke responded that the County is trying to protect all who have ownership on the ditch and that they must make sure that problems will not be created for others. Sawatzke also referenced Saxton's letter and the involvement of the MPCA and DNR. He envisioned they were involved due to the flow into the Crow and Mississippi Rivers as well as Regal Creek. Dahlke was not aware that the MPCA would need to become involved and felt that Saxton was obtaining an opinion from them on his own. He said that the developer previously submitted to the MPCA what was required to obtain a permit. As far as the involvement of the SRF Engineer, he did not know why Saxton would obtain an opinion from them. Mattson stated the MPCA has become more involved with watershed districts due to the water quality in the Metro area.
Sawatzke spoke with Saxton yesterday and requested that a letter be drafted as to his opinion on the requests. Sawatzke said Saxton was concerned as the inlet into the ponds was adjacent to the outlet and the potential of sedimentation running into the ponds and back out to the ditch. Sawatzke felt that the homework had not been done on the requests and that the Board was being placed in an awkward position. Munsterteiger said there were no guidelines to follow and that he still has not obtained any. He did not feel that County staff knew how to proceed. Jude echoed Munsterteiger's comments that procedures should be established for people to follow. Sawatzke responded that part of the problem is that the County does not often see urban development on County ditches.
Asleson said the State Statutes are not built for outlet requests of this type. He said the County could potentially hold up on the requests until the ditch liens are partitioned on all of the lots. He referenced Munsterteiger alluding to County staff not doing their jobs and stated that he has being trying to be of assistance through the process. Asleson also referenced the applicant approaching the Board only one week ago on the request. He said Saxton is not an engineer and is not necessarily an expert in this area, therefore he is seeking guidance from other agencies such as the MPCA. Asleson said he and Saxton did not have a problem with conditional approval upon satisfying concerns and reaching an agreement with the City.
Eichelberg stated that he arranged meetings with the cities, SWCD, DNR and those living on the ditch as he knew there were concerns. He felt that the County needed to work with the developer but that they must also be cautious in an effort to avoid future problems. In response to Eichelberg, Munsterteiger stated that the project schedule can work around the process but he must know the process soon so the project is not delayed into the Fall. Eichelberg said he asked Saxton to place a priority on these requests and that he was expected to review them on Monday. Eichelberg said that if Saxton were to review the area and an agreement is reached with St. Michael that the Board would be in a better position to act on the requests.
Bill Weldele was also present for discussion on Co. Ditch 9 & 21. He felt that the previous requests discussed would interfere with his previous requests for lowering of Pelican Lake. Russek explained that the requests were for an area which is an original part of the ditch and that Weldele was not an original part of the ditch.
Russek moved to lay the requests for Co. Ditch 9 & 21 over for one week, seconded by Jude, carried 5-0.
On a motion by Jude, second by Russek, roll call vote carried 5-0 to adopt Resolution #99-29:
WHEREAS, the City of Maple Lake has submitted a request to acquire Tax Forfeit Parcel No. 110-032-002020 described as Lot 2, Block 2, Maplewood 4th Addition
AND WHEREAS, it is the intent of the City of Maple Lake that the proposed public use of said parcel will be for park expansion;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the conveyance of this Tax-Forfeited parcel to the City of Maple Lake is approved.
The County Board reviewed letters received from the City of Cokato and Dassel-Cokato Public Schools regarding the Cokato tax forfeit property (old bakery). Both entities stated that although sympathetic to the County's position, they would decline any financial participation for clean up of the property. Jude noted that the County was looking for their positions on future capital funds. Jude moved to proceed with clean up of the property and to approve the low bids for demolition and asbestos removal. Funding will be from Budget 820, Site Improvements. The motion was seconded by Eichelberg and carried 5-0. Mattson said the bid should be $3000 less with road restrictions removed. Gruber was directed to notify Davis, Planning & Zoning, to remove any remaining hazardous material. Jude commented that in the future, the County should not take over tax forfeit properties until the cities involved have enforced their ordinances and there is no other avenue to pursue. He did not feel the County could afford to do this on a regular basis.
Mattson said he met with representatives from Woodland Township to review repair of a culvert in Ditch 21 which passes underneath a township road. The culvert width does not meet the standards required for funding participation by the County so repair would be the responsibility of Woodland Township. This was presented as an informational item.
On a motion by Mattson, second by Eichelberg, all voted to approve the claims as listed in the abstract, subject to audit.
Asleson requested approval of signatures on a quit claim deed and easement in Stanley Eddy Park. The County was contacted due to the sale of a seasonal cabin on Pickerel Lake, adjacent to the Park. The request is for the County to grant an easement for ingress and egress as well as for the County to disclaim any ownership of the parcel that the cabin occupies. As part of the easement, there is agreement that the County will not be responsible for maintenance of the road and includes a hold harmless clause for the landowner's use of the area. Jude moved to authorize signatures on the documents, seconded by Russek, carried 5-0.
Wayne Fingalson, Highway Engineer, presented a request for approval of the right-of-way appraisal rates for CSAH 18 from Fenning Ave. to Giffort Ave. in Monticello. Present for discussion were Dick Marquette, Highway Department, and Jim Cassidy, the County's independent licensed appraiser. A schedule of appraisals completed by Cassidy was distributed reflecting 34 R/W parcels. The total estimated cost including damages is $95,577.03 (Wright County share = $52,512.18; City of Monticello share = $43,064.85). The project schedule was distributed. Fingalson said assuming there is no problem with ROW acquisition, they felt they would be able to meet the schedule which reflects October, 1999 as the completion date for the 1.5 mile segment. Right of way activities will continue on the remaining portion of CSAH 18 to allow construction in 2000. Fingalson said they will do their best to meet the schedule, but they have been and are currently experiencing staff shortages. Also impacting their work were the moves of the staff during construction of the Highway Department Building. After the 32 parcels have been secured, Fingalson will send out a project schedule to residents. Jude moved to approve the Highway ROW appraisal rates for CSAH 18 from Fenning Ave. to Giffort Ave. in Monticello. Motion carried 5-0 on a second by Eichelberg.
The Board recessed at 10:00 a.m. and reconvened at 10:05 a.m. Students attending the Boy/Girl County Day observed County Board proceedings and asked questions about County Board functions. Presentations were also made during the day by various departments. Schools represented were Monticello, Delano, Howard Lake/Waverly/Winsted, St. Michael/Albertville, Buffalo, Rockford, Maple Lake and Dassel/Cokato. The American Legion and Auxiliary host the event annually.
A Building Committee meeting was held on 4-28-99:
Parenting Through Divorce Program. The issues discussed revolved around access to and security in the Government Center on Saturdays. After lengthy discussion it was the consensus to allow the Program to use the Community Room. Buskey will post the dates so that Custodians can sign up for scheduled overtime hours. Additional funds will be transferred from Budget 820, Personal Services, to the Building Care Budget to cover these additional expenses.
Floor Covering, Communication Center. The current floor covering is worn beyond practical use. It is recommended that the same material that was installed in the Jail Center Room be used in the Communications Center. Though this material is more expensive, it doesn't require waxing and is cheaper to maintain. The quote for replacement is $3,318. Recommendation: Approve quote from DuPont Flooring Systems, $3,318. Fund out of Budget 820, Site Improvements line item.
Quotes, Jail Sprinklers. The Omega sprinkler heads installed in the Jail have been recalled by a Federal agency. Due to the level of liability these pose they should be replaced as soon as possible, and a claim for recovery of costs will be submitted to the manufacturer. Hayes received two quotes for replacement: Sentry Fire Protection, Inc., $22,840, and Viking Automatic Sprinkler Company, $25,065. Recommendation: Approve quote of Sentry, $22,840. Fund out of Budget 820, Site Improvements line item.
Parking Ramp Resurfacing. The parking ramp on the south side of the Annex is in need of repair. The surface is ten years old and has been patched in various areas to make it last this long. The estimate to repair could be very costly. It is proposed that Hayes seek proposals from engineering firms to write specifications for a formal bid process.
Government Center Faucets. The current faucets are a continuous maintenance problem. They fail to shut off, leak under the sinks and are easily broken. It is proposed that sensor operated electronic faucets be installed at a cost of $340 each. These would be ADA compliant. Recommendation: Approve installation of approximately twelve faucets in the restrooms used most by the public. These will be paid for out of the Building Care and Maintenance Budget.
Quote, Upgrade Generator. Upgrading the generator is a safety and Y2K issue. A quote was received from Loberg's for $15,900. Recommendation: Approve quote; fund out of Budget 820, Site Improvements line item.
At today's meeting, County Board consensus was that Hayes and Buskey should verify the warranty on the faucets which are currently in the Government Center. Regarding use of the Government Center on weekends for the Parenting Through Divorce Program, Sawatzke thought the County Board Room should be utilized. He felt this would save the overtime costs and that the participants would be in a secure area of the Government Center. In addition, he felt the Board Room could be utilized more. Jude moved to approve the minutes and recommendations, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 4-1 with Sawatzke casting the nay vote.
A Building Committee Of The Whole meeting was held on 4-27-99. A summary of the minutes follows.
Sheriff Storage Building-Electrical Cost. Additional electrical costs were incurred above the quote due to the 3-phase panel requested by the Highway Department for the tanker located near the storage building. Committee consensus was for the Highway to pay the additional costs of $4,658.00 and to not pay for the 100 amp service which was included in the bid. Norman was directed to determine which 1999 Highway budget funds would be used.
Investigation of Electrical Work-PW. Engel will be calling the State Inspector concerning the final check of the panelboard identification. The consensus was to hold on performing an electrical inspection at this time, for Fingalson to inform Scott/Engel of electrical issues that arise, and for a paper trail to be kept.
Project Update. Status of the following items were discussed: punch list, O & M manuals, drawings, pre-cast patching. Buetow authorized $100 to cover bulb costs (Buetow s expense) for PW exterior lights. Indirect costs of $2800 for KUE's investigation of boilers pumps was referred to the County Attorney for an opinion at the 4-6-99 meeting. It is the opinion of the Attorney's Office that contract language states that indirect costs are included in the 10% overhead allowed to be added by the contractor and 5% overhead for sub-contractors. Engel will contact KUE in this regard. Other issues discussed included schooling, men's toilet partitions, warped doors (HS), wallpaper replacement (HS), sod, combustion air, fascia repair, ice buildup. Regarding the masonry at the PW site, a proposal to apply a brite seal was discussed. The consensus of the Committee was to wait until the end of summer to see if the rain washes away the powdery deposits and if the dark spots disappear with drying time. The consensus was for a two-year extended warranty on the masonry and electrical (PW) with performance bond. Committee consensus was to approve a $200 credit for not repainting the bathrooms (PW) and a $150 add-on for the access panel for the folding door.
Voice/Data Update. A lock box will be used for the voice/data rooms.
Quote, Space Plan Update. A revised proposal from Buetow & Associates was received for a not-to-exceed fee of $7,500 and reimbursable expenses not to exceed $750, with reduced fax costs to $.12/sheet and corrected mileage to $.31/mile. David Hall will attend the May 6th Leadership Team Meeting to discuss general parameters of the space plan study. Per Engel, plan revisions will be included in the fee. Consensus of the Committee was to accept the revised proposal dated 4-14-99 and that Hall would not need to meet with Highway, Parks and Surveyor. Human Services meetings will only include the space within the Courthouse. Engel was informed that the space plan needs to fit within the current exterior dimensions of the Courthouse facility through 2010. Records storage and retention were discussed. Norman suggested potentially hiring someone on a contract basis knowledgeable in State retention requirements. Record storage will be addressed starting with departments that will be moving.
At today's meeting Jude moved to accept the proposal from Buetow & Associates to update the space plan to 2010 and fund it out of capital account bond proceeds. Expenditures will be tracked. Motion carried 5-0 on a second by Russek.
A Communications Committee meeting was held on 4-28-99. A summary of the minutes follows:
Equipment Upgrades, Sheriff's Department/Y2K Upgrades: Emergitek conducted a study for potential Y2K complications. Concerns include lack of reliable backup equipment and location. All equipment is located at one site and connected via phone lines. The Micor MSR2000 base stations will not be fully supported by Motorola. Based on the study, the Committee recommends the County install new equipment for all primary frequencies. This involves adding new base stations. The existing base stations would be moved to a secondary Dispatch Center at the Highway Department. This would address the obsolete parts and Y2K issue as well as provide the County with a fully redundant communication system to assure 100% operation. The upgrades are essential regardless of whether Y2K complications result. The price is approximately $44,987.51 with a monthly cost of $95 for battery maintenance. The Committee decided that Dick Norman should explore County resources from which funds might be obtained to fund these costs.
Building Care Radios. The purchase of an additional band width is the best option available for providing communication via radios to the County's Maintenance Personnel. The broadcast is a 10-15 mile radius. The existing band width and radios will be retained and used for other purposes within the County. Estimated cost by Ancom Communication is $9,055.36. Dick Norman will be consulted for possible funding sources.
At today's meeting, discussion involved potential funding sources of the requests. With regard to the equipment upgrades in the Sheriff's Department, Jude moved to lay them over for one week and to direct Norman to come up with funding scenarios. Motion carried 5-0 on a second by Russek. With reference to the radios for Building Care, Norman suggested that these be funded from the Building Care & Maintenance Furniture & Equipment line item. Norman stated that the Building Care budget will be over budget due to this upgrade as well as equipment purchased for the Public Works, Human Services Center and Government Center sites. Mattson moved to approve the minutes and the recommendation for the Building Care Radios, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0.
A Labor/Mgmt. Health Insurance Committee meeting was held on 4-28-99. A summary of the minutes follows:
Kristin McCullough presented information regarding a Voluntary Dental Plan that is available to public employees through MN Benefits Association. Unlike most dental plans, it does not require a mandatory participation level. This plan provides preventive benefits at 100% coverage, simple restorative services at 80% coverage and major restorative services at 50% coverage, but does not provide orthodontic coverage. Deductibles and premium rates were discussed. Premiums would be paid by employees through payroll deduction and meet the requirements of a pretax basis through the County's flex plan. The Committee recommends the plan be made available to employees with an implementation date of 7-1-99 at the earliest. Also reviewed was the Medica Group Summary Data Report for the period of 3-1-98 to 2-28-99 reflecting utilization of 107.55% which is down from the previous quarterly report at 119.18%. The Committee also reviewed changes in insurance coverage during the last open enrollment period.
At today's meeting Russek moved to approve the minutes and recommendation, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0. Norman indicated that information regarding the Voluntary Dental Plan will be sent to employees. Educational sessions will also be held. Norman said that August 1st may be a more realistic implementation date. Jude moved to offer the Voluntary Dental Plan through MN Benefit Association, and include it in the Section 127 Flex Plan so employees can have the option of taking the premiums on a pretax basis. Motion carried 5-0 on a second by Russek.
A Personnel Committee meeting was held on 4-28-99. At today's meeting, the last sentence of paragraph 2 was changed to read, "After this four-year period the contract with Monticello can revert back to an annual agreement." A summary of the minutes follows:
City of Monticello Assessing Proposal. Rick Wolfsteller, City of Monticello, said the City Council would be willing to review a proposal from the County for next year's assessing. The County would like a relatively long-term arrangement due to the probability of hiring a Property Appraiser to provide the service. The consensus was to offer a four-year agreement with the following rates: $7.75, $8.00, $8.25 and $8.50. It was agreed to notify the City of Buffalo of its rates for the next four years: $7.50, $8.00, $8.25 and $8.50 respectively. After the four-year period, the Monticello contract can revert back to an annual agreement.
Case Management Supervisor Position. Due to the retirement of Barb Douglas on 8-20-99, the Committee reviewed a request for the replacement hired to work with Douglas for up to eight weeks. A cost analysis was reviewed reflecting how the replacement can be funded out of the existing budget. Review of the current non-union positions occurred with the suggestion that, given the point total, the position should be considered for reclassification from Class "G" to "Class H". Recommendation: Advertise for the Case Mgmt. Supervisor position. If an internal candidate is promoted, they would be allowed to work with Douglas for four weeks. If an external candidate is hired, the individual would be allowed to work with Douglas for up to eight weeks. Reclassify the position to Class "H" and allow Nordeen to hire as high as Step 4 on the Salary Schedule. Nordeen will revise job descriptions for both supervisory positions and submit them to Personnel for review and possible evaluation by Hay.
At today's meeting, Jude moved to offer this proposal to the City of Monticello and to authorize the Assessor's Office to hire another Property Appraiser effective 10-1-99 contingent upon signing the agreement with the City of Monticello. Motion carried 5-0 on a second by Russek. On a motion by Eichelberg, second by Russek, all voted to approve the Committee minutes and the recommendation for the Case Management Supervisor Position.
A Ways & Means Committee meeting was held on 4-28-99:
Lease Agreement. The Committee reviewed the Agreement with Historical Society representatives. It was the consensus that several sections need to be updated. Asleson will prepare a draft incorporating these revisions and forward it to Dircks prior to their May 12th meeting.
Parking Lot. Norman stated that Steve Meyer analyzed the condition of the lot and recommends that routing and crack filling be done to stabilize the condition. The Highway Department will be receiving unit costs for their scheduled work this Summer. Norman will advise Meyer that the Historical Society parking lot should be included in the contractor's work.
Capital Improvement Plans. The Society shared future expansion plans with the Committee. Commissioner Sawatzke stated that he could support a County match up to 50% of the construction cost. Commissioner Jude said he couldn't commit his support to the project at this time without considering other priorities. The Society wanted to inform the County early of its intended expansion plans.
At today's meeting, Jude moved to approve the minutes and for a Committee Of The Whole meeting to be scheduled with the Historical Society on site to review their expansion plans. Motion carried 5-0 on a second by Russek.
Correspondence was received from McLeod County which requested approval of a corrected CROW Joint Powers Agreement. The previous agreement had an error in Section 5 Board of Directors, Subd. 6 Executive Board. Jude referenced page 3 of the Agreement, Subd. 3, which states in part that "Withdrawal by a member county shall not result in the discharge of any legal or financial liability incurred by such member county before the effective date of withdrawal." Jude compared this Agreement to that of the GRRL where the County is obligated to meet their portion of the financial support. He was uncomfortable with other counties making decisions which may affect Wright County. Even though there is a withdrawal clause, Wright County would have to pay its share of the expenditures to date. Jude also felt that a participating county should act as the fiscal agent rather than hiring a director. Russek stated he would bring forth these concerns at the next CROW Watershed meeting. Russek moved to adopt Resolution 99-30 approving the corrected Joint Powers Agreement, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote. Norman suggested that when the Joint Powers Board has its first meeting, they contact MCIT staff to make sure they have the appropriate insurance coverage.
Norman presented a draft resolution authorizing Historical Society employees to remain on PERA. When the employees became independent of the County, they were kept on PERA. On a motion by Russek, second by Mattson, roll call vote was unanimous to adopt Resolution #99-31 authorizing PERA membership for employees of the Wright County Historical Society.
Mattson was contacted by a Parks Commission member regarding action taken by the County Board on 4-13-99 to leave the trails open to horses at the Stanley Eddy Park. The Parks Commission member indicated that the Parks Commission has not toured the Park nor made a recommendation to the County Board. Eichelberg stated that he and three of the Parks Commission members toured the Park last night. Although some of the members do not want horses on the trails, Eichelberg stated that it was decided that if the horses were allowed in after a heavy rain, damage may be done. Otherwise it was felt that the horses did not do any more damage than a heavy rain. It was decided that the trails should be monitored and the issue reviewed at the close of the season. Signs will be posted and people will be informed of the rules and guidelines. Eichelberg said erosion had been caused by the equipment used to make the trails flat.
Correspondence was received from JME in Monticello which referenced the SWTF's meeting with Veit Disposal Systems regarding use of the Compost Facility. JME stated they had inquired about use previously. Jude stated he had also been contacted by others in the past about use of the Compost Facility. Sawatzke said the Board has not turned anyone down, that they have never received a complete proposal. Jude moved to have Davis send letters to all parties which have expressed an interest in use of the Compost Facility inviting them to the next SWTF meeting, seconded by Eichelberg, carried 5-0. Davis is to notify the County Board two weeks in advance of the next SWTF meeting. Mattson said the County will need to follow the guidelines set by the State as to what the building can be used for to avoid having to reimburse the State. The facility must be used for its intended purpose.
The meeting adjourned at 11:40 a.m.
Airtouch Cellular Bellevue 276.10
Betmar Languages Inc 287.20
Buffalo Hospital 122.00
Tim Cameron 125.00
Cole Papers Inc 816.06
Copy Equipment Inc 1052.45
East Central Regnl Juvenile 10045.50
Elmer Eichelberg 249.01
GE Capital Information Technol 434.91
Lance Hellerud 300.00
Holiday Inn - Duluth 223.74
Intoximeters Inc 6283.50
Loaf & Ladle 220.17
MN Assn of Cty Probation Ofcrs 200.00
Dennis Moeller 127.65
Office Depot 435.84
Parr Emergency Product Sales I 633.68
Genel Reese 273.14
Ruttger's Bay Lake Lodge 365.00
Sheriffs Youth Program of MN 2518.04
SKC Comunication Products 149.60
Stamp Fullfillment Services 185.20
State Supply Co 228.93
Adriana Trevino 1235.00
Wheeler Lumber Operations 1106.75
Wright County Highway Dept 3805.63
Anoka County Sheriff 162.50
Ruth Bonk 105.99
Cambridge Educational 139.32
Josephine Carpenter 105.40
Linda Connelly & Assoc Inc 3652.00
John Dziuk 405.20
Ebert Construction 49799.00
Debbie Ernst 154.73
Grinnell Fire Protection Sys 2646.00
Hillyard Floor Care Supply 1852.92
Information Technology Div 129.62
Kurtti Construction Inc 138.00
MN Ass'n of Assessing Officers 360.00
MN Counties Computer Co-op 1450.00
Monticello Sportsmen Club 1200.00
Olivia Chrysler Center 44884.00
Premier Crown Corp 4481.79
Royal Printing 167.21
Scenic Signs 154.43
Simplex Time Recorder Co 818.99
Sokkia Measuring Systems 510.14
Star Tribune 324.00
Total Printing 1730.64
Uniforms Unlimited 1146.51
Wright County Auditor-Treas 908.04
39 payments less than $100 2,044.49
Final total $151,471.02
The meeting adjourned
Patrick Sawatzke, Chairperson
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