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Minutes - City of DelanoCity Council/Economic Development AuthorityTuesday, June 4, 2019 at 7 p.m.
1.Call to Order
Mayor Graunke called the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, June 4, 2019, to order at 7 p.m.
2. Roll Call and Approval of Agenda
Members Present: Dale Graunke, Mayor; Councilmembers Betsy Moran, Holly Schrupp, Jason Franzen, and Jon Sutherland
Also Present: Phil Kern, City Administrator; Alan Brixius, City Planner; Shawn Louwagie, City Engineer; Paula Bauman, Administrative Services Coord.; Ada Moreno, Management Assistant; Student Liaisons Chloe Lilliston, Lydia Ramstad, and Samson Streacheck
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Jason Franzen to approve the agenda as submitted; motion carried.
3. Minutes
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Jon Sutherland to approve the minutes as submitted; motion carried.
A. Minutes of the City Council special workshop of Tuesday, January 29, 2019 | Summary minutes
B. Minutes of the City Council special workshop of Tuesday, February 26, 2019 | Summary minutes
C. Minutes of the City Council special workshop of Tuesday, March 5, 2019
D. Minutes of the City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, April 16, 2019
E. Minutes of the City Council and Delano Water, Light and Power Commission special workshop of Tuesday, April 30, 2019 | Summary minutes
F. Minutes of the City Council Local Board of Appeal and Equalization and special workshop of Tuesday, April 30, 2019 | Summary minutes
G. Minutes of the regular City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, May 7, 2019
H. Minutes of the regular City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, May 21, 2019
I. Minutes of the City Council special workshop of Tuesday, May 28, 2019 | Summary minutes
4. Speaker, Presentations and Awards
A. Presentation from Eagle Scout Devyn Kimball regarding upcoming service project
B. Recognition of Chloe Lilliston, Lydia Ramstad, and Samson Streacheck, Youth Liaisons Program.
5. Consent Items
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Jon Sutherland to approve the consent items 5B, 5D and 5E as submitted; motion carried.
Motion by Jason Franzen, seconded by Betsy Moran to approve consent items 5A and 5C as submitted; motion carried.
A. Motion appointing two students to the Youth Liaison program.
B. Motion to hire part-time staff as Public Works seasonal
C. Motion authorizing hiring of Samson Streachek to intern position
D. Authorize gambling application from Delano American Auxiliary #377 for a bingo permit
E. Approve miscellaneous annual licenses for businesses within the City of Delano
6. City Strategy No. 1: Provide comprehensive services to meet community needs
A. Hold public hearing to consider adoption of rental housing ordinance
Motion by Jason Franzen, seconded by Jon Sutherland to open the public hearing to consider adoption of rental housing ordinance; motion carried.
Motion by Jason Franzen, seconded by Jon Sutherland to close the public hearing; motion carried.
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Jason Franzen to table the ordinance adding sections 423.01, licensing of Rental Housing and section 426.01, licensing of short-term rental housing to the Delano City Code; motion carried.
1. Adopt ordinance adding Section 423.01, licensing of Rental Housing to the Delano City Code.
2. Adopt an ordinance adding section 426.01, licensing of Short-term Rental Housing to the Delano City Code.
B. Consider approving the “Project Redefined” art application
Motion by Jon Sutherland, seconded by Jason Franzen to approve the art application “Project Redefined”; motion carried.
9. City Strategy No. 4: Manage sustainable and planned growth
A. Motion approving a cooperative agreement with Wright County regarding County Road 30 Improvement Project
Motion by Jon Sutherland, seconded by Jason Franzen to approve the cooperative agreement with Wright County regarding County Road 30 Improvement Project; motion carried.
14. Updates from Commission Liaisons
C. Planning Commission
1. Monday, April 8, 2019
2. Monday, May 13, 2019
F. Water, Light and Power Commission
1. Monday, February 25, 2019
2. Monday, march 18, 2019
3. Monday, April 15, 2019
4. Tuesday, April 30, 2019 (Joint Workshop)
5. Tuesday, April 30, 2019
16. Claims
A. City Claims
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Jon Sutherland to approve the City Claims as submitted; motion carried.
17. Adjournment
There being no further business to discuss, the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, June 4, 2019, was adjourned at 9:15 p.m.
Signed: Dale Graunke, Mayor
Attest: Paula Bauman, Administrative Services Coordinator
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 20, 2019.

Minutes - City of DelanoCity Council/Economic Development AuthorityTuesday, June 18, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
1. Call to Order
Mayor Graunke called the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, June 18, 2019, to order at 7:00pm.
2. Roll Call and Approval of Agenda
Members Present: Mayor Dale Graunke; Councilmembers Betsy Moran, Jason Franzen, and Jon Sutherland
Members Absent: Councilmembers Holly Schrupp
Also Present: Phil Kern, City Administrator; Shawn Louwagie, City Engineer; Brian Bloch, Finance Director; Paula Bauman, Administrative Services Coordinator; Ada Moreno, Management Assistant
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Jason Franzen to approve the agenda; motion carried.
4. Speaker, Presentations and Awards
A. Tour de Tonka
B. City Services Highlight: Splashpad
5. Consent Items
Motion by Holly Schrupp, seconded by Jason Franzen to approve consent items as submitted.
A. CSAH 30 Reconstruct Project Feasibility Report
B. Motion approving installation and engraving of boulder sign at Central Park
C. Motion approving hiring of staff at Delano Wine and Spirits
7. City Strategy No. 2: Maintain financial sustainability and fiscal stewardship
A. Consider approving a resolution accepting the grant disbursement of funds verifying the Finance Director as the person authorized to sign the grant agreements.
Motion by Jason Franzen, seconded by Betsy Moran to adopt Resolution R-19-13A accepting the grant disbursement of funds verifying the Finance Director as the person authorized to sign the grant agreement; motion carried 3-0 by roll call vote.
B. Review request from the Delano Community Group, LLC (d/b/a The 221 Common House) to waive annual liquor permit fees.
Motion by Jason Franzen, seconded by Betsy Moran to table; motion carried.
9. City Strategy No. 4: Manage sustainable and planned growth
A. Authorize staff to advertise for bids for the Delano West Metro Business Park Phase II Project.
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Jon Sutherland to authorize staff to advertise for bids for the Delano West Metro Business Park Phase II Project; motion carried.
10. City Strategy No. 5: Foster engaged and informed community
A. Consider request from Corey Vanderhoff, Brickside Grille and Tap, for an outdoor music event on Saturday, June 29, 2019.
12. City Strategy No. 7: Manage a safe and healthy community
A. Motion accepting donation and authorizing installation of shade structure and drinking fountain at Central Park
Motion by Jason Franzen, seconded by Betsy Moran to accept donation and authorize installation of shade structure and drinking fountain at Central Park; motion carried.
15. Communications and Announcements
Motion by Jason Franzen, seconded by Betsy Moran to cancel the July 2, 2019 and August 6, 2019 meetings; motion carried.
16. Claims
A. City Claims
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Jason Franzen to approve City Claims as submitted; motion carried.
17. Other Business
A. Consider nominations for the City of Delano’s annual Employee of the Year program. (This item may be discussed in a closed session.)
18. Adjournment
There being no further business to discuss, the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, June 18, 2019, was adjourned.
Signed: Dale Graunke, Mayor
Attest: Paula Bauman, Administrative Services Coordinator
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 20, 2019.

City of Delano Summary MinutesCity Council/Economic Development AuthoritySpecial Workshop Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
1. Call to Order
Mayor Graunke called the special workshop of Tuesday, June 25, 2019, to order at 7:00 p.m.
2. Roll Call
Members Present: Mayor Dale Graunke; Councilmembers Betsy Moran, Holly Schrupp, Jason Franzen, and Jon Sutherland
Also Present: Phil Kern, City Administrator; Scott Dornfeld, Building Official; Paula Bauman, Administrative Services Coordinator
3. Special Order of Business
A. Consider request from Delano Community Group, LLC to waive annual liquor permit fees
Council discussed the request and directed staff to look into costs and fees of surrounding communities. No motion taken.
B. Discuss building department staffing
Due to new commercial and residential development, Staff is requesting the ability to hire a part-time temporary position to conduct plan review and, if necessary, inspections as well.
C. Discuss recommendations from the Park and Recreation Commission
Landscape Structures has a new prototype which is similar to the Barb King Park; Council discussed potential locations for a new play structure
D. Discuss Granite Works Redevelopment Project
Phil Kern discussed the current discussions with Staff and developers on a potential Granite Works Redevelopment Project.
E. Discuss Fourth of July Celebration
Staff and Council discussed the upcoming Fourth of July Celebration and the committees schedule of events.
4. Adjournment
There being no further business to discuss the special workshop of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, June 25, 2019, was adjourned.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor
Attest: Paula Bauman, Administrative Services Coordinator
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 20, 2019.

Minutes - City of DelanoCity Council/Economic Development AuthorityTuesday, July 16, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
1. Call to Order
Mayor Graunke called the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, July 16, 2019, to order at 7 p.m.
2. Roll Call and Approval of Agenda
Members Present: Dale Graunke, Mayor; Councilmembers Betsy Moran, Holly Schrupp, Jason Franzen, and Jon Sutherland
Also Present: Phil Kern, City Administrator; Alan Brixius, City Planner; Shawn Louwagie, City Planner; Scott Dornfeld, Building Official; Paula Bauman, Administrative Services Coordinator; Tammy Weber, Housing Director; Ada Moreno, Management Assistant
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Holly Schrupp to approve the agenda with the additions of 6D: Pay Request No. 21 to William Mueller for the 2016 Infrastructure Improvements Project and 6E: Final Pay Request to Matt Bullock for the Wallace Street Levee Removal Project; motion carried.
4. Speakers, Presentations and Awards
A. City Services Highlight: Public Housing – Crow River Villa and Ridge Manor
5. Consent Items
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Jon Sutherland to approve the consent items; motion carried 5-0 by roll call vote.
A. Motion to hire part-time staff at Delano Wine and Spirits
B. Approve miscellaneous licenses from the Church of St. Maximilian Kolbe for their annual Harvest Festival, September 6-8, 2019
C. Approve request from the Delano Area Chamber of Commerce for their annual Taste of Delano event on Wednesday, August 7, 2019
D. Accept the Public Art Application – Spark the Power of Art utility box covers
E. Motion authorizing hiring of part-time, temporary Building Inspector/Plan Reviewer
F. Adopt resolution R-19-16 directing abatement of public nuisances on public property located at 600 and 620 Babcock Boulevard West
G. Authorize LG220, Application for Exempt Permit, from Project Evergreen (GreenCare for Troops) for their Band Blitz III event to be held at the American Legion on Saturday, September 7, 2019
H. Approve request from the Delano Athletic Club for temporary liquor license for the baseball tournaments to be held in August and September
6. City Strategy No. 1: Provide comprehensive services to meet community needs
A. Consider adoption of rental housing ordinance
1. Adopt an ordinance adding section 425.01, licensing of rental housing to Delano City Code
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Jon Sutherland to adopt ordinance O-19-04 adding section 425.01, licensing of rental housing to Delano City Code; motion carried.
2. Adopt an ordinance addition Section 426.01, licensing of short-term rental housing to the Delano City Code
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Jon Sutherland to adopt ordinance O-19-05 adding section 426.01, licensing of short-term rental housing to the Delano City Code; motion carried.
3. Adopt resolution approving a tiered rental license inspection program within the City of Delano
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Jon Sutherland to adopt resolution R-19-17 approving a tiered rental license inspection program within the City of Delano; motion carried 3-2 with Holly Schrupp and Jason Franzen opposed.
B. Adopt resolution approving a Site and Building Plan review, Conditional Use Permit for outdoor storage, for KLN Foods Inc., plan set dated July 2, 2019, located at Lot 1, block 1, Delano West Metro Business Park 2nd Addition within the City of Delano
Motion by Jason Franzen, seconded by Jon Sutherland to adopt resolution R-19-18 approving a Site and Building Plan review, Conditional Use Permit for outdoor storage, for KLN Foods Inc., plan set dated July 2, 2019, located at Lot 1, block 1, Delano West Metro Business Park 2nd Addition within the City of Delano; motion carried 5-0 by roll call vote.
C. Consider bids received for the Delano West Metro Business Park Phase II Project
Motion by Holly Schrupp, seconded by Jason Franzen to award the base bad to Rachel Contracting and not award alternate 1; motion carried.
D. Pay Request No. 21 for the 2016 Infrastructure Improvement Project.
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Jon Sutherland to authorize Pay Request No. 21 to WM Mueller & Sons, Inc. in the amount of $42,390.81 for the 2016 Infrastructure Improvement Project; motion carried.
E. Final Pay Request for the Wallace Street Levee Removal Project.
Motion by Jason Franzen, seconded by Betsy Moran to authorize the final pay request to Matt Bullock Contract Co. in the amount of $55,287.23 for the Wallace Street Levee Removal Project; motion carried.
8. City Strategy No. 3: Conscientious asset/infrastructure management
A. Delano Heritage Center report
Motion by Jon Sutherland, seconded by Betsy Moran to direct staff to move forward with the request for proposal to repair the foundation support and building repair for the Delano Heritage Center; motion carried.
B. CSAH 30 Reconstruct Project Feasibility Report
1. Hold Public Hearing
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Jon Sutherland to open the public hearing regarding the CSAH 30 reconstruction project and feasibility report; motion carried.
Motion by Jason Franzen, seconded by Holly Schrupp to close the public hearing; motion carried.
2. Adopt resolution ordering improvements and directing preparation of final plans and specifications
Motion by Jason Franzen, seconded by Jon Sutherland to adopt resolution R-19-19 ordering improvement and directing preparation of final plans and specifications for the CSAH 30 Reconstruction Project; motion carried.
14. Updates from Commission Liaisons
A. Fire Relief Association
1. Minutes of June 13, 2019
16. Claims
A.City Claims
Motion by Holly Schrupp, seconded by Jason Franzen to approve the City Claims as submitted; motion carried.
17. Adjournment
There being no further business to discuss, the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, July 16, 2019, was adjourned at 9:15 p.m.
Signed: Dale Graunke, Mayor
Attest: Paula Bauman, Administrative Services Coordinator
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 20, 2019.

City of Delano - Summary MinutesCity Council/Economic Development AuthorityTuesday, July 30, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.
1. Call to Order
Mayor Graunke called the special workshop of Tuesday, July 30, 2019, to order at 7:00 p.m.
2. Roll Call
Members Present: Dale Graunke, Mayor; Councilmembers Betsy Moran, Holly Schrupp, Jason Franzen, and Jon Sutherland
Also Present: Phil Kern, City Administrator; Shawn Louwagie, City Engineer; Nancy Drumsta, Liquor Store Manager; Paula Bauman, Administrative Services Coordinator; Ada Moreno, Management Assistant
3. Special Order of Business
A. Discuss 2020 Street and Utility Improvement Project
City Engineer, Shawn Louwagie, reviewed with Council the three potential areas for the 2020 Street and utility Improvement Project.
B. 2018 Audit Review
Representatives from CliftonLarsonAllen were present to address the Council on the preliminary audit results and PowerPoint.
C. Discuss police services contract
Phil Kern stated the Wright County Sheriff’s contract rates are increasing 5% for 2020 discussing the reason of the increase.
D. Discuss parking along Bridge Avenue and Second Street
Council discussed striping along Bridge Avenue and Second Street to maximize the parking within these areas and agreed to move forward with striping. In addition, the Council also discussed an option of two-hour parking within the downtown area.
E. Adopt resolution approving summary publication of O-19-04 and O-19-05 (Rental Housing)
Motion by Holly Schrupp, seconded by Betsy Moran to adopt resolution R-19-20 approving summary publication of O-19-04 and O-19-05 (Rental Housing); motion carried 5-0 by roll call vote.
F. Motion to promote two part-time staff members at Delano Wine and Spirits
Motion by Betsy Moran, seconded by Holly Schrupp to promote two part-time staff members at Delano Wine and Spirits; motion carried.
G. Adopt amending resolution regarding public nuisances on properties owned by Noel William Schwegler
Motion by Jason Franzen, seconded by Betsy Moran to adopt amending resolution R-19-21 regarding public nuisances on properties owned by Noel William Schwegler
Signed: Dale Graunke, Mayor
Attest: Paula Bauman, Administrative
Services Coordinator
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 20, 2019.

MINUTES
Regular Meeting of the Board of Education
Independent School District 879, Delano Public Schools
The regular meeting of the Board of Education of Independent School District 879, Delano, Minnesota, was held on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019, at Delano City Hall. The meeting was called to order by the vice chair at 5:45 p.m. with the following members in attendance: Seguin, Black, Johnson, Rosenow, Depa and Briesemeister. Absent: Larson.
APPROVAL OF MEETING AGENDA (approved unanimously)
WORK SESSION
Board reviewed discussion items: annual student wellness report, extended athletic trips, policy review, FY20 levy authorization process, open board position, committee reports, TAC rates.
PROGRAM REVIEW
Board heard a presentation from DHS Assistant Principal Steve Schauberger on wellness.
CONSENT AGENDA (approved unanimously)
Board approved minutes from July 22, and the current budget status with year-to-date adjustments, investment transactions, construction bond investment transactions, wire transfers, Minnesota Liquid Asset Fund, cash report, revenue and expense fund totals, expense reports and disbursements.
RESOLUTION OF ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS (approved unanimously)
PERSONNEL (approved unanimously)
Board approved retirements/resignations/terminations, recommendations of employment and contract changes, including:
Retirements/Resignations/Terminations: Eighth-grade volleyball coach, TAC supervisor, DHS para and TKC aide, DMS soccer coach, boys cross country assistant coach, preschool teacher, DES paraprofessional. Recommendations for Employment: DES dishwasher, DES paraprofessional, boys middle school soccer coach, eighth-grade volleyball coach, long-term sub, preschool teacher, TKC lead, ECFE teacher, CE preschool teacher and TKC lead, girls C team tennis coach, DHS food service cook, TKC site supervisor. Contract Changes/Approvals/Position Changes: MOA – VEBA reimbursement for custodians and administrative assistants, DIS paraprofessional to CE preschool teacher and TKC lea d, DES dishwasher to DES food service worker, DHS school nurse to district nurse, MSRS transfer agreement for retiree health insurance, recess paraprofessional to full-time DES paraprofessional.
ADMINISTRATIVE AND BOARD REPORTS
Board heard the following administrative reports: Superintendent Schoen reported on the addition of new staff, the all-staff meeting, the literacy initiative and professional development, and strategic plan work. B. Voight reported on new staff members and Math Corps, along with enrollment. S. Heil reported on the new district-wide safety plan and upcoming events like the open house and Homecoming. G. Hinker reported on the implementation of the Benchmark Literacy curriculum, new staff, enrollment, workshop week and Orientation Days activities, and the literacy initiative. M. Reeder reported on the processing of new staff members and preliminary levy preparations. D. Johnson reported on summer events and activities, a community book read and discussion focusing on race, religion and American history; registration for youth programs and use of the Performing Arts Center. Board heard reports from: MAWSECO and Wright Technical Center.
OLD BUSINESS (approved unanimously)
Board approved the second read of a number of policies due to substantive changes: Policy 302 – Superintendent; Policy 304 - Superintendent Contract, Duties and Evaluation; Policy 506 - Student Discipline; Policy 713 - Student Activity Accounting (a new policy); and Policy 750 - Post-Issuance Debt Compliance Policy.
NEW BUSINESS (approved unanimously, unless noted)
Board approved the resignation of school board member Mark Larson, the facility usage manual, TAC membership rates (motion passed 5-1 with Depa opposed), a facility maintenance and scheduling agreement with the city of Delano, extended trips for athletics, a vending agreement with Bernick’s Full Line Vending; the first and only read of Policy 306 - Administrator Code of Ethics, and Policy 307 - Administrative Goals, due to non-substantive changes; and the first read of the following policies due to substantive changes: Policy 419 - Tobacco-Free Environment; Possession and Use of Tobacco, Tobacco-Related Devices, and Electronic Delivery Devices; Policy 522 - Student Sex Nondiscrimination; Policy 532 - Use of Peace Officers and Crisis Teams to Remove Students with IEPs from School Grounds; Policy 603 - Curriculum Development.
The meeting adjourned at 8:03 p.m. The preceding is a summary of the unofficial minutes. The full text of the unofficial minutes is on file in the District Office, 700 Elm Avenue East, Delano, Minnesota and is also available on the school district’s website, www.delano.k12.mn.us. The next regular meeting of the Board of Education will be held on Monday, Sept. 23, 2019, at 7 p.m. at Delano City Hall.
– Corey Black, Board of Education Clerk
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 20 and 27, 2019.