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New public notices published in the issue of May 8, 2020

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is given as per Minnesota law starting on June 16th and ending June 23rd a 1995 Lund Pro V 1775 hull ID number LUN00633B595 and a Shorelander trailer VIN number 1MDACCS10HC305191 will be auctioned online at Lampi Auctioneers, 9141 6th St. NW, Annandale MN 55302. These items have been in Wright County custody since 7/11/2019 and have accrued a tow fee of $310.00 and storage fees of $2050.00 as of April 30, 2020.
Published in the Herald Journal, May 8, 15, and 22, 2020.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is given as per Minnesota law starting on 6-16-20 thru 6-23-20 a 2012 Polaris Ranger 800 Serial Number 4XATH7EA4C696037 will be auctioned online at Lampi Auctioneers, 9141 6th St. NW, Annandale, MN 55302. These items have been in Wright county custody since 10/25/2019 and have accrued storage fees of $1090.00 as of April 30, 2020.
Published in the Herald Journal, May 8, 15, and 22, 2020.
SECTION 00100 - ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS2020 Street MaintenanceCity of Howard LakeHoward Lake, MN
RECEIPT AND OPENING OF PROPOSALS: Proposals for the work described below will be received online through QuestCDN.com until 10:00 a.m. on June 5, 2020 at which time the bids will be opened and publicly read at the office of the City Administrator, City of Howard Lake, 625 8th Avenue, P.O. Box 736, Howard Lake, MN 55349.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The work includes the construction of approximately:
10,061 SQ YD REMOVE BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT
50 CU YD SUBGRADE EXCAVATION
270 CU YD AGGREGATE BASE CL 5
1,854 TON BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT
27 EACH ADJUST CASTINGS
together with numerous related items of work, all in accordance with Plans and Specifications.
COMPLETION OF WORK: All work under the Contract must be complete by December 1, 2020.
PLAN HOLDERS LIST, ADDENDUMS AND BID TABULATION: The plan holders list, addendums and bid tabulations will be available for download on-line at www.bolton-menk.com or www.questcdn.com.
TO OBTAIN BID DOCUMENTS: Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.bolton-menk.com or www.questcdn.com. You may view the digital plan documents for free by entering Quest project #7059861 on the website’s Project Search page. Documents may be downloaded for $45.00. Please contact QuestCDN.com at 952-233-1632 or info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, viewing, downloading, and working with this digital project information.
BID SUBMITTAL: A bid shall be submitted online no later than the date and time prescribed. For this project the City will only be accepting online electronic bids through QuestCDN. To access the electronic bid form, download the project document and click online bidding button at the top of the advertisement. Prospective bidders must be on the plan holders list through QuestCDN for bids to be accepted.
BID SECURITY: A Proposal Bond in the amount of not less than 5 percent of the total amount bid, drawn in favor of City of
Howard Lake shall accompany each bid.
OWNER’S RIGHTS RESERVED: The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any irregularities and
informalities therein and to award the Contract to other than the lowest bidder if, in their discretion, the interest of the
Owner would be best served thereby.
Dated: May 4, 2020
/s/ Mr. Nick Haggenmiller
City Administrator
Published in the Herald Journal, May 8 and 15, 2020.
BOARD MINUTES BOARD OF WRIGHT COUNTY COMMISSIONERSAPRIL 9, 2020DATE APPROVED: APRIL 21, 2020
The Wright County Board met in special session at 1:00 P.M. with Husom, Vetsch, Potter, and Daleiden present. Commissioner Borrell joined the meeting remotely.
AGENDA
Husom stated the Board will discuss COVID-19 updates because of the extension of the stay-at-home order issued by Governor Tim Walz. Lee Kelly, County Administrator, requested a petition to the Agenda for approval of the Labor Agreement with AFSCME so payroll can be processed.
Daleiden moved to amend the Agenda to include approval of the Labor Agreement with AFSCME. The motion was seconded by Potter and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
AGENDA ITEMS
APPROVE AND AUTHORIZE SIGNATURES ON THE LABOR AGREEMENT WITH AFSCME FOR THE 2020-2022 CALENDAR YEARS.
Daleiden moved to approve and authorize signatures on the Labor Agreement with AFSCME for the 2020-2022 calendar years. The motion was seconded by Potter and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) - FUTURE STATE OF COUNTY OPERATIONS
Kelly suggested the following topics for today’s meeting:
• Extension by Governor Tim Walz of the stay at home order through 5-03-20
• Discussion on whether to extend closure of the public facing counters at County buildings, which are currently closed through 4-17-20
• Discussion on employee compensation, which is currently effective through 4-18-20
• Update by Public Health
Extension by Governor Tim Walz of the stay at home order through 5-03-20
Discussion on whether to extend closure of the public facing counters at County buildings, which are currently closed through 4-17-20
Husom thought it would be appropriate to extend the closure of the public facing counters through 5-03-20 to be in line with the Governor’s directive. Greg Kryzer, Chief Deputy Attorney, said the Governor’s Executive Order 20.33 extends the stay at home order through Sunday, 5-03-20 at 11:59 PM.
Daleiden moved to keep the public facing counters closed through the end of the day on 5-03-20. The motion was seconded by Potter. Potter stated that if Governor Walz issues another extension, the Board will discuss whether to adjust at that time. The motion carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Discussion on employee compensation, which is currently through 4-18-20
Kelly asked for Board direction on employee compensation after 4-18-20, which is the end of a pay period. Kelly said through data analysis of time sheets for the last pay period, over 95% of employees were able to complete work at home. Departments have become creative in finding ways to complete processes remotely. The Building Maintenance Department has been completing maintenance and painting.
Considerable discussion followed on the expectations associated with employee standards while working remotely, to include the following starting on 4-19-20:
• Remote work will continue if there is work that can be completed in that manner. If not, employees will need to report to work. Department heads and supervisors will need to oversee and provide direction.
• Employees working remotely should work eight-hour days and should be available to respond to inquiries within an hour time frame. Department heads will be made aware of an employee’s need to work a flexible schedule because of extenuating circumstances such as caring for a child at home.
• Departments should collaborate to determine whether employees can assist with work in other departments.
• Employees will be expected to utilize PTO/sick leave/vacation for personal time.
Schawn Johnson, Human Resources Director, said up to this point, the understanding is that employees working remotely would be available to answer calls and emails. The County is paying them to be available. Starting 4-19-20, employees would be required to take PTO/Vacation/Sick for time when they are not working.
Johnson said the County could consider implementation of an unpaid leave program where employees would sign up to voluntarily take time off each week without compensation. Benefit accruals and health insurance would continue. He viewed this as a savings to the County and it would allow employees to remain at home without affecting accruals. With this type of program, unions would have to be contacted to determine how the program would be implemented. Christine Partlow, HHS, said this type of program can impact the workload of an employee and in some cases does not benefit the County.
Johnson said the current process is for employees to use their accrued leave before moving to an unpaid leave status. To implement a voluntary leave without pay program, Administration and HR staff would need to draft a document outlining the program for Board approval to run from April to the end of the year.
Borrell questioned whether employees could elect to go on unemployment. Johnson said there are not many employees without accrued leave. He thought most employees will want to keep their jobs, and the County wants this as well due to training costs and not knowing whether the employee will be available for rehire when the economy improves. To lay an employee off involves the union and the layoff is based on seniority. It is done by classification and the employee that is laid off may not necessarily be the one requesting the layoff. Johnson said the voluntary leave without pay program would allow employees to take time off without pay and return to their position. Borrell said with a short-term layoff, the employee could collect unemployment and it would be less of an economic hardship on them. Johnson responded that it would result in an economic hardship on the County, as counties have to pay dollar for dollar for unemployment. Johnson said the County is seeing an influx of unemployment claims from past employees, as the County is responsible for a percentage of their unemployment. Ten claims have been received this week.
Johnson stated the Board approved the FSCRA (Federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act) leave on 4-07-20 which allows for more protection for staff if they or their family members get the COVID-19 virus. It includes 10 days of sick leave under the federal policy, and also the extension under the FMLA with 12 weeks of protection as well.
Matthew Fomby, Information Technology Director, said the reason he became an employee for Wright County after 24 years of active duty is that those who work for the public enjoy doing it. He suggested a mechanism where employees can indicate if they have time available to assist other departments. There is work that can be completed in the IT Department.
Daleiden suggested directing staff to bring draft documentation to the 4-14-20 County Board Workshop for review. He suggested a Board Meeting on 4-16-20 to approve any recommendations from the Workshop. Kelly said staff can prepare language for the voluntary leave without pay program and clarify the expectations moving forward to present at the Workshop. The Workshop recommendations could be approved at the 4-16-20 Board Meeting. Potter said this will also allow a plan moving forward in case the Governor extends the order.
Potter moved to schedule a County Board Meeting on 4-16-20 at 1:00 PM. The motion was seconded by Daleiden and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Marc Mattice, Parks Administrator, referenced items approved by the Board on 4-07-20 regarding COVID-19 and distance learning. He asked whether information will become available on how to apply for those benefits. Johnson said forms will be made available tomorrow on the Intranet or they can be sent by email to the employee. For the sick leave and FMLA extension, employees must meet certain criteria or situations and that will be spelled out in the application form.
Mattice referenced the expectation for an employee response within a one-hour time frame. He said there needs to be some type of reasoning on that expectation. Some positions or circumstances may not allow response in a one-hour time frame. Daleiden said much of this will need to be left up to department heads. He requested allowing Administration to reduce this to writing. Husom suggested that departments send questions/concerns should be addressed to Lee Kelly or Schawn Johnson. Vetsch said the accountability expectations are more geared to those employees working remotely.
Update by Public Health
Sarah Grosshuesch, Public Health Director, referenced documentation previously provided to the Commissioners that includes information on the current incident command structure and the surveillance report. She plans to provide an updated report to the Board weekly.
There have been 12 Coronavirus cases in Wright County (6 active cases and 6 that are off isolation). The report is cumulative, so it does not include current hospitalization data. Over the period of the report, 3 cases required hospitalization and there are no known deaths. Grosshuesch learned today there are two long-term care facilities in Wright County that have defined an outbreak. One is located in Otsego and the other in Delano. An outbreak is defined as having at least one staff member or resident in the facility with 10 or more residents.
Daleiden encouraged department heads to collaborate with other counties on their efforts relating to COVID-19.
Vetsch was on the Trailblazer bus this morning delivering meals to seniors. He extended appreciation to Public Health, Catholic Charities, Wright County Community Action (WCCA), and the volunteers who have been delivering thousands of meals. It is expected 4000 meals will be delivered by the end of the week. There is still a demand of calls at WCCA with seniors wanting to get on the program. He expects that on the back side of the pandemic, the elderly may want to continue with the program.
The meeting adjourned at 1:57 P.M.
County Board Minutes submitted by Susan Backes, Clerk to the County Board
Published in the Herald Journal, May 8, 2020.
BOARD MINUTES BOARD OF WRIGHT COUNTY COMMISSIONERSAPRIL 7, 2020DATE APPROVED: APRIL 21, 2020
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Husom, Vetsch, Potter, and Daleiden present. Commissioner Borrell joined the meeting remotely.
COUNTY BOARD MINUTES 3-24-20
Daleiden moved to approve the 3-24-20 Wright County Board Minutes. The motion was seconded by Vetsch and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
COUNTY BOARD MINUTES 4-02-20
Daleiden moved to approve the 4-02-20 Wright County Board Minutes. The motion was seconded by Potter and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
AGENDA
Daleiden moved to approve the Agenda. The motion was seconded by Vetsch and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
CONSENT AGENDA
Vetsch moved to approve the Consent Agenda. The motion was seconded by Daleiden. Husom referenced Consent Item D1, and made the following correction to the heading of Section 312 (Federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA): Correct the spelling of “Benefits.” The motion carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
A. ADMINISTRATION
1. Approve Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) Between International Union Of Operating Engineers Local 49 & Wright County For Ten-Hour Work Days For The Highway, Survey, & Parks Department Staff Members
B. ADMINISTRATION
1. Approve & Authorize Signatures On The Labor Agreement With The International Union Of Operating Engineers (Local 49) For The 2020-2022 Calendar Years
C. ADMINISTRATION
1. Amend The Wright County Social Media Policy (Section 711.10 Of The Wright County Personnel Policy) 2. Accept The Social Media Management Protocol In Wright County
D. ADMINISTRATION
1. Approve Section 312 (Federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) In The Wright County Personnel Handbook
E. ASSESSOR
1. Presentation Of Final Contract And Recommendation To Purchase Computer Aided Mass Appraisal Software With Tyler Technologies & Authorize Signatures On Contract.
F. ADMINISTRATION
1. Refer The Following Items To The 4-14-20 County Board Workshop: A. Jurisdictional Transfer Braddock Ave. and CR147 B. CMRP (Central Mississippi River Regional Partnership) Update C. Economic Development Authority
G. AUDITOR/TREASURER
1. Acknowledge Warrants Issued Between March 18, 2020 And March 31, 2020. 2. Approve The In-Kind Replacement For A Water Control Structure Submitted By The MN Department of Natural Resources (DNR) On County Ditch No. 16.
H. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
1. Position Replacement
A. Financial Worker
B. Social Worker
I. PLANNING & ZONING
1. Accept And Sign 2019 County Feedlot Officer’s Annual Report.
TIMED AGENDA ITEMS
CHIEF DEPUTY MATT TREICHLER, SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Request To Schedule A Public Hearing Regarding A Fee Schedule Modification For Specific Permit To Carry Applications
Sheriff Sean Deringer requested the addition of the following items to the Public Hearing.
From To
U.S. Military Veteran Permit to Carry Fee $100.00 $25.00
Spouse of U.S. Military Veteran Permit to Carry Fee $100.00 $25.00
Sheriff Deringer said that Greg Pickard, Veteran Services Officer, indicated that the Veteran Services Office can provide the necessary documentation for the spouse of the veteran.
Potter moved to schedule a Public Hearing on 4-28-20 at 9:30 AM for the proposed Sheriff’s Office Fee Schedule modifications for specific Permit to Carry Applications. The motion was seconded by Daleiden and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote. The proposed modifications that will be considered at the Public Hearing are listed below (in bold):
SECTION I. GENERAL REVENUE
SHERIFF
Change the following language/fees on the Schedule:
From To
Wright County Sheriff’s Office
Employee/Retired-in-Good Standing Employee
Permit to Carry Fee $100.00 $10.00
Spouse of Wright County Sheriff’s Office Employee
Permit to Carry Fee $100.00 $25.00
Any Active or Retired Peace Officer
Permit to Carry Fee $100.00 $25.00
U.S. Military Veteran Permit to Carry Fee $100.00 $25.00
Spouse of U.S. Military Veteran Permit to Carry Fee $100.00 $25.00
MARC MATTICE, PARKS & RECREATION DIRECTOR
Accept Bid, Award Contract And Authorize Signatures For Briarwood Avenue NE Improvement Project
Mattice said that the Bertram campground bids were awarded a couple of weeks ago. At that time, he was asked to obtain an alternate bid to the Briarwood Avenue NE project to pave the campground road. He presented the bid results and a draft contract with Knife River for the low bid of $321,626.80 for the Briarwood improvements. Bids were received on 3-26-20.
Mattice said $175,000 in turnback dollars was allocated to the Briarwood Avenue NE project. The Alternate 1 cost to pave the park road (from Briarwood to the campground) is $91,100. The City of Monticello will pay half of the $321,626.80 at a cost of $160,813.40. If the alternate bid is accepted, the County’s share would be $251,913.40. That leaves an approximate $77,000 shortfall. The campground budget has $60,000 earmarked for paving with an additional $85,000 in contingency that is built into the project budget that could be utilized.
Daleiden moved to accept the bid and award the contract to Knife River including authorizing signatures for the Briarwood Avenue NE Improvement Project and to utilize the contingency fund for the campground. The motion was seconded by Vetsch. Potter asked whether the motion includes the alternate. Daleiden and Vetsch indicated that it does. The motion carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Approve Operations Plan Related To Potential Impacts on Campgrounds, Shelters, Swimming Beaches, Facility Reservations and Refunds
Mattice presented a draft Operations Plan providing for four options moving forward because of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). These include opening as normal, a limited opening, a delayed opening, or full closure of the facilities (campgrounds, swimming beaches, picnic shelters, etc.). Mattice said decisions will be made following CDC (Centers For Disease Control) and Public Health guidelines and the Governor’s orders as they are issued relating to public and social gatherings. This would include following extended dates of orders. If the Governor or another body issues an order closing those types of facilities, the result will be a refund to those who have reservations. He did not feel it would be fair to the user to keep money as the County would be cancelling use. The current refund policy does not allow for a refund for shelters. Daleiden, who serves on the Parks Commission, said Parks Commission members agreed there should be a complete refund in this situation but not necessarily for no shows or short notice cancellations.
Mattice said the draft was sent to and accepted by the Parks Commission members. County Board approval would allow himself, as the Parks Director, and the Operations Manager to enact the Plan. Beaches normally open the first Saturday of May. Allowing people to cancel if they are uncomfortable with use will allow others to potentially reserve the space. Mattice said there is a possible reduction in the revenue line item this year. Mattice said that normally there are six seasonal workers at the shop. The plan is to reduce that to four seasonal workers for employee health and safety. There will be some impact on productivity because of this move.
Daleiden moved to accept the Operations Plan related to potential impacts on campgrounds, shelters, swimming beaches, facility reservations and refunds. The motion was seconded by Borrell and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote. It was clarified that the motion includes allowing for reservation refunds.
BOB HIIVALA, AUDITOR/TREASURER
Approve Resolution - Findings And Order Accepting Viewer’s Report And Adopting Redetermined Benefits On County Ditch No. 16 Approve Resolution - Findings And Order Accepting Viewer’s Report And Adopting Redetermined Benefits On County Ditch No. 19.
Matt Detjen, Agricultural & Drainage Coordinator, indicated that Commissioner Borrell has requested to table the County Ditch 16 and County Ditch 19 agenda items. Borrell stated that landowners spoke with him and more research is needed for Ditch 16 and Ditch 19.
Borrell moved to table the Findings and Order accepting the Viewer’s Report and adopting redetermined benefits for both County Ditch No. 16 and County Ditch No. 19. Vetsch questioned whether this relates to discussion of wetland properties. Borrell said it is that and other things. Vetsch suggested the potential of a Ditch Committee Of The Whole (COTW) Meeting to discuss best practices and what is being done on valuation of ditch systems in the State. Borrell said he would like to work with Detjen first. If changes are involved, a COTW can be scheduled. Vetsch seconded the motion to table the items. Daleiden questioned whether there is any work being completed on the ditches. Detjen replied there are about eight outstanding repair requests for County Ditch 19 which can probably be done without a redetermination of benefits depending on cost. The motion to table carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Approve Resolution - Findings And Order Granting Petition To Remove Property From County Ditch No. 10.
Vetsch moved to adopt Resolution #20-26 approving the Findings and Order granting the petition to remove property from County Ditch No. 10, Petition of Kendell and Susan Kubasch. The motion was seconded by Borrell and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION
WRIGHT COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP (EDP) – DEFER ENTERPRISE LOAN FUND PAYMENTS FOR UP TO 90 DAYS
Lee Kelly, Administrator, said he was in contact with Duane Northagen, Executive Director of the EDP. Northagen indicated the Initiative Foundation has deferred loan payments for 90 days. Northagen questioned whether the County wants to take the same stance with the Enterprise Fund loan payments. There are two businesses that have loans.
Borrell moved to defer Enterprise Loan Fund payments for 90 days. The motion was seconded by Potter. Potter said it is good to follow suit with the Initiative Foundation. The businesses may elect to make payments or take the deferral. The motion carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
Kelly said they are awaiting decision by the Governor on extending the stay at home order. The County Board has a meeting scheduled on 4-09-20 to discuss COVID-19. Kelly said notice was received from the State that some transactions can be processed at the Department of Motor Vehicles, and the CDC has issued a recommendation on face coverings. There has been dialogue amongst several of the County-related groups such as MACO (Minnesota Association of County Officers) and AMC (Association of Minnesota Counties). At the legislative level, there was discussion on moving back property tax deadlines. If the State does something relative to that, it may be passed to counties to make decisions. Husom said people have voiced concern on this topic, including reducing or forgiving penalties associated with late payments on property taxes. She said the penalty is by state statute. Potter said many have property tax payments escrowed so those payments will be made. It will be up to the State on whether to allow waiver of penalty on late payments.
ADVISORY COMMITTEE / ADVISORY BOARD UPDATES
1. Foster Parents. Vetsch acknowledged foster parents who are responsible for assistance with the education piece for foster children during COVID-19. He asked that a letter be sent on behalf of the County Board to foster parents recognizing the above and beyond efforts.
2. Central MN EMS (Emergency Medical Services). Husom said a Zoom meeting was held. The group approved purchase of equipment to disinfect ambulances and squads. Twenty-five were purchased for the region. The equipment was purchased to help support those in the healthcare field and law enforcement.
3. Dental Clinic. Potter extended appreciation to the City of Monticello for passing a resolution in support of the Dental Clinic that will be located in the new Government Center. The idea is to provide services to prevent future health issues and to help to reduce visits to emergency rooms for dental issues. The cost savings will be realized at the county, state and federal levels.
4. TH 55 Coalition Executive Committee. Potter participated in a Zoom meeting last week. A legislative briefing was provided. It is anticipated that when the legislative session ends, the Governor will call a special session. There are House and Senate files for TH 55 for inclusion in the bonding bill. Potter extended appreciation to Senator Bruce Anderson co-sponsoring the bill. The Coalition has been without a contract with SRF since 2017. The TH 55 Executive Committee approved the contract to be signed by Virgil Hawkins, Wright County Highway Engineer. Potter said funding in the account should last for a couple of years. The maximum increase in the fee schedule for 2021 is 3%.
5. Wright County Community Action (WCCA). Daleiden said the WCCA has a meal program for Wright County residents ages 60+. The meals are delivered to homes. More information can be found on the WCCA website. Appreciation was extended to Trailblazer for delivering meals and JMB Meats in St. Michael for providing storage of frozen foods. This effort is in collaboration with Catholic Charities.
6. Appreciation was extended to Information Technology staff for their efforts to enable staff to work remotely. Matt Fomby, IT Director, said the COVID-19 situation was not anticipated so they could not prepare for it. Overall, he thinks things are going exceptionally well. He cited the efforts of Mark Staller who worked all night to transition voice mail to email for Health & Human Services, and to the Business Analyst Team as they are completing a tremendous amount of work at this time. He extended appreciation to the entire Information Technology team.
7. Borrell was involved with meetings for the Emergency Services Board and the MN Rural Caucus. At the MN Rural Caucus, they discussed COVID-19 and outstate hospitals who may only have one ICU bed. Borrell said outstate hospitals may not be equipped to handle COVID-19.
The meeting adjourned at 9:55 AM.
County Board Minutes submitted by Susan Backes, Clerk to the County Board
Published in the Herald Journal, May 8, 2020.
WRIGHT COUNTY WARRANTS FOR PUBLICATIONWarrants Approved On 3/18/2020 For Payment 3/18/2020
Vendor Name Amount
MADDEN GALANTER HANSEN LLP 17,443.84
MADISON NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO INC 2,001.64 SKYNORTH SOFTWARE LLC 3,997.26
16 Payments less than 2000 10,038.78
Final Total: 33,481.52
Warrants Approved On 3/23/2020 For Payment 3/23/2020
BRETH ZENZEN FIRE PROTECTION LLC 22,914.00
CHOSEN VALLEY TESTING INC 3,839.00
CONSTRUCTION SYSTEMS INC 23,471.71
CONTEGRITY GROUP 59,016.37
DESIGN ELECTRICAL INC-COLD SPRING ELEC. 5,976.51
EBERT CONSTRUCTION 2,166.00
HENKEMEYER COATINGS INC 2,850.00
MASTERS PLUMBING HEATING & COOLING 50,201.80
NORTHLAND CONCRETE & MASONRY CO LLC 386,540.75
PATRIOT ERECTORS INC 104,405.00
WELLS CONCRETE 424,464.65
5 payments less than 2000 4,261.35
Final Total:1,090,107.14
Warrants Approved On 3/23/2020 For Payment 3/23/2020
CHOSEN VALLEY TESTING INC 2,220.00
DONLAR CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 92,375.96
FEHN COMPANIES INC 34,974.25
G R MECHANICAL PLUMBING & HEATING INC 88,920.00
HERZOG COATINGS 14,820.00
MODERN ELECTRICAL SOLUTIONS INC 169,759.91
PATRIOT ERECTORS INC 21,850.00
QUALITY DRYWALL MIDWEST INC 24,177.50
RJM CONSTRUCTION LLC 44,109.04
ROOF 1 RBR INC 135,917.74
SPECIALTY SYSTEMS INC 51,110.00
WEIDNER PLUMBING AND HEATING CO 10,165.00
Final Total: 690,399.40
Warrants Approved On 3/23/2020 For Payment 3/23/2020
CD3 GENERAL BENEFIT CORPORATION 35,475.00
FRONTIER FIRE PROTECTION INC 3,648.00
WRIGHT HENNEPIN ELECTRIC 3,366.77
12 Payments less than 2000 6,804.01
Final Total: 49,293.78
Warrants Approved On 3/24/2020 For Payment 3/24/2020
DLT SOLUTIONS LLC 8,949.60
SNODEPOT LLC 2,180.00
SUBURBAN TIRE WHOLESALE INC 3,426.90
WRIGHT HENNEPIN COOP ELEC ASSN 2,626.99
WSB & ASSOCIATES INC 8,663.89
8 Payments less than 2000 2,396.50
Final Total: 28,243.88
Warrants Approved On 3/24/2020 For Payment 3/24/2020
BMC SOFTWARE INC 2,976.14
DATABANK IMX LLC 18,113.75
EAST CENTRAL REGIONAL JUVENILE CENTER
61,746.00
HENNEPIN COUNTY TREASURER 2,197.33
ON-DEMAND SERVICES GROUP INC 31,920.00
PRYOR LEARNING SOLUTIONS 2,871.00
WOOD CHUCKERS FIREWOOD 3,960.00
21 Payments less than 2000 7,820.12
Final Total: 131,604.34
Warrants Approved On 3/26/2020 For Payment 3/26/2020
ABM BUILDING VALUE 5,100.70
BOSER CONSTRUCTION INC 4,999.50
COM-TEC-DIV CORNERSTONE DETENTION
444,098.52
CONTEGRITY GROUP 37,450.60
EMPIREHOUSE INC 160,702.00
GRAZZINI BROTHERS & COMPANY 96,522.85
HEATER RENTAL SERVICES LLC 3,134.82
HIGH PERFORMANCE COATINGS INC 18,576.14
HUFCOR INC 7,274.15
HUMERA TECH 4,201.55
INNOVATIVE BUILDING CONCEPTS LLC 5,201.25
KONE INC 15,793.75
KONECTA LLC 36,000.00
MASTERS PLUMBING HEATING & COOLING
5,094.82
MP NEXLEVEL LLC 86,467.68
NELSON SANITATION & RENTAL INC 21,526.74
PATRIOT ERECTORS INC 8,154.00
RTL CONSTRUCTION 1 114,521.90
ST CLOUD ACOUSTICS INC 84,197.55
VEIT DISPOSAL SYSTEMS 4,070.00
WEIDNER PLUMBING AND HEATING CO 70,941.25
WILLMAR ELECTRIC SERVICE CORP 191,127.34
4 Payments less than 2000 2,874.25
Final Total: 1,428,031.36
Warrants Approved On 3/26/2020 For Payment 3/26/2020
ALLINA HOSPITALS & CLINICS 5,000.00
AMERICAN TOWER CORPORATION 7,363.32
ANOKA COUNTY CORRECTIONS 33,090.89
ARAMARK SERVICES INC 8,843.13
DHS- SWIFT 3,300.00
ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE LLC 2,952.91
ENVIROTECH SERVICES INC 5,366.40
FRONTIER PRECISION INC 7,587.60
GOEBEL FIXTURE COMPANY 20,769.34
JEDDELOH & SNYDER PA 5,861.50
MONTICELLO/CITY OF 4,620.80
OFFICE OF MN IT SERVICES 6,000.00
OMNICARE INC 6,454.22
REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MN 2,000.00
SPRINT 2,256.07
SYLVESTER CUSTOM GRINDING INC 14,978.00
THOMSON REUTERS WEST PUBLISHING CORP 2,510.37
30 Payments less than 2000 12,901.77
Final Total: 151,856.32
Warrants Approved On 3/31/2020 For Payment 3/31/2020
ACCENT ELECTRIC AND AUTOMATION INC 4,280.00
ASSETWORKS LLC 5,359.76
ASSOCIATION OF MINNESOTA COUNTIES 33,058.00
CENTERPOINT ENERGY 4,383.52
FOTH INFRASTRUCTURE & ENVIRONMENT, LLC 4,197.04
HEALTH PARTNERS 775,297.24
HEALTH PARTNERS - DENTAL 22,758.96
IMPACT PROVEN SOLUTIONS 16,040.44
KNOW iNK LLC 15,375.00
LEWIS BRISBOIS BISGAARD & SMITH LLP 3,434.00
LOUCKS & ASSOCIATES INC 4,641.00
MARCO 3,118.40
PLAGGERMAN/MARGARET M 3,438.95
RELIANCE TELEPHONE SYSTEMS INC 3,000.00
SPECIAL COUNSEL, INC. 7,584.50
WOOD CHUCKERS FIREWOOD 3,960.00
23 Payments less than 2000 13,033.17
Final Total: 922,959.98
Published in the Herald Journal, May 8, 2020.