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BOARD MINUTES BOARD OF WRIGHT COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MAY 5, 2020 DATE APPROVED: MAY 19, 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 4-28-20
Vetsch moved to approve the 4-28-20 Wright County Board Minutes. The motion was seconded by Daleiden and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
COUNTY BOARD MINUTES 4-30-20
Vetsch moved to approve the 4-30-20 Wright County Board Minutes. The motion was seconded by Daleiden and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
AGENDA
Daleiden moved to approve the Agenda. The motion was seconded by Potter and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
CONSENT AGENDA
Daleiden moved to approve the Consent Agenda. The motion was seconded by Potter and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
A. ADMINISTRATION
1. Madden, Galanter & Hansen, Attorneys At Law, March 2020 Services, $7,989.05
B. ADMINISTRATION
1. Refer To 5-12-20 County Board Workshop: Non-licensed Uniformed Officer At The Department Of Motor Vehicles
C. AUDITOR/TREASURER
1. Acknowledge Warrants Issued Between April 22, 2020 And April 28, 2020
D. SHERIFF’S OFFICE
1. Refer To The Personnel Committee Discussion RE: School Resource Officer Staffing For The 2020-2021 School Year
TIMED AGENDA ITEMS
ALICIA O’HARE, WATER RESOURCE SPECIALIST-SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT (SWCD)
Resolution Of Intent To Support South Fork Crow One Watershed Plan
O’Hare requested approval of the resolution of support. The cooperators to be involved in the South Fork One Watershed One Plan have decided to apply for funding to plan the comprehensive water plan for the South Fork Crow River Watershed. The application will be written by McLeod Soil and Water Conservation District and Buffalo Creek Watershed District. Wright County is not a required partner in this effort, but the support will bolster the application. Borrell said that the partnership with McLeod County in the North Fork Crow River Watershed worked well. He extended appreciation to Luke Johnson and Alicia O’Hare from the SWCD, and to Jeff Burns, SWCD Board member, for their efforts.
Borrell moved to adopt Resolution #20-32 supporting participation in the South Fork Crow One Watershed Plan and the efforts of the McLeod County Soil and Water Conservation District and Buffalo Creek Watershed District to seek a Planning Grant from the BWSR (Board of Water and Soil Resources) for the planning effort. The motion was seconded by Potter and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
CAPT. PATRICK O’MALLEY, WRIGHT COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE JAIL DIVISION
Resolution Proclaiming National Corrections Officer Week Is May 3-9, 2020
O’Malley presented the resolution for approval. Daleiden moved to adopt Resolution #20-33. The motion was seconded by Vetsch and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote. Resolution #20-33 follows:
RESOLUTION PROCLAIMING MAY 3-9, 2020
AS CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEE WEEK IN WRIGHT COUNTY
WHEREAS, correctional officers are trained law enforcement professionals dedicated to maintaining a safe correctional facility and ensuring the public safety; and
WHEREAS, correctional officers are essential to the success of our criminal justice process; and
WHEREAS, correctional officers work includes daily exposure in a hostile environment with some of the most dangerous individuals in society; and
WHEREAS, correctional officers and employees provide offenders with direction, hope and a new focus while assisting with reentry and life outside corrections; and
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That we, the Wright County Board of Commissioners, do hereby acknowledge the week of May 3-9, 2020 as “Correctional Officers’ and Employee Week” in honor of the dedicated professionals who serve the citizens of Wright County by supervising the County’s inmate population.
(End of Resolution #20-33)
VIRGIL HAWKINS - HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
Approve Agreement No. 20-57 For The Fallon Avenue State Park Road Account (SPRA) Project With Monticello Township. Monticello Township Approved This Agreement At Their Meeting On Monday, April 20, 2020.
Hawkins indicated that Agreement No. 20-57 outlines the funding participation, construction, and maintenance responsibilities between Monticello Township and Wright County for the Fallon Avenue NE improvements (SAP 086-600-008). The DNR State Park Road Account funds pay up to $292,836.60 of construction costs.
Potter moved to approve Agreement No. 20-57. The motion was seconded by Borrell and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Concur With The City Of Delano Award Of The Low Bid For The CSAH 30 Project. On April 21, 2020 The City Of Delano Awarded The Low Bid To GMH Asphalt In The Amount Of $3,198,559.65 Which Was 8.2% Under The Engineer’s Estimate
Hawkins said the City of Delano awarded the low bid subject to Wright County concurrence. Project Funding will include $2,334,495 Local Option Sales Tax (LOST) County funds and $ 864,064.65 City of Delano funds.
Potter moved to concur with the City of Delano’s award of the low bid for the CSAH 3 Project to GMH Asphalt for $3,198,559.65. The motion was seconded by Daleiden and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION
COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)
Husom questioned whether the Board should schedule a Board Meeting near the end of next week as that will be just prior to the expiration of the Governor’s stay-at-home order. Lee Kelly, County Administrator, said the County has been following the guidelines set by Governor Walz. The County is working towards modifications for when the stay-at-home order is lifted to allow protection for residents and employees. Some of these modifications include sneeze guards at public counters, queuing stations for flow, floor graphics designating 6’ social distancing, and an exterior drop box in the east alley.
Vetsch moved to set a special County Board Meeting for 5-15-20 at 10:00 AM. The motion was seconded by Potter and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Kelly said the County will follow the Governor’s orders but ultimately will need to decide how to proceed. Vetsch said based on public feedback he has received, he wanted to voice that the County is unable to change the Governor’s orders and has no control over the reopening of restaurants. There are County services that cannot be provided at this time due to limitations on access to State programs that are shut down because of the order. Husom said the public can access COVID-19 information on the County website. Daleiden questioned the status of the Justice Center and new Government Center building projects. Kelly responded they are moving forward with the established timeline for opening and contractors are working onsite. Potter said there was a contractor who left the Justice Center job site for one day. Contegrity Group implemented accommodations which allowed the contractor to return to the job site.
ADVISORY COMMITTEE / ADVISORY BOARD UPDATES
1. Great River Regional Library Board. Potter said a meeting was held last week. It was the consensus of the GRRL Board that the goal will be no increase to signatories for next year’s budget. There is the potential of up to 1.76% increase.
2. Central Mississippi River Regional Planning Partnership (CMRP). Vetsch said a meeting was held last week. The group is reviewing the impact COVID-19 will play on future planning efforts. He encouraged Board members to participate in a survey that is on the CMRP website.
3. Transportation Alliance. Potter said the Washington Fly-In has been moved to September. He asked for input from the CMRP group to take with at that time. Vetsch said they are focused on the river crossing.
4. Annandale Safe School Meeting. Husom participated in a web meeting. The school has provided web access for some families. Things the group is focusing on is what can be done for seniors, prom, and making sure students have what they need to learn.
5. Midwest Forensic Lab Meeting. Husom said evidence is being processed at the Lab utilizing social distancing and extra cleaning efforts. Testing is down about 20% due to COVID-19. Discussed were grants and new hires. Potter referenced a situation in the southwest part of the County where a theft occurred. Touch DNA is being utilized in the case by the Midwest Forensic Lab. The BCA does not offer this because of time limitations. He said this situation supports participation in the Midwest Forensic Lab because of the benefit to residents.
6. Daleiden attended a local Board of Appeals meeting in St. Michael last week and does not believe any appeals will be forwarded from this meeting to the County.
7. Daleiden and Husom participated in Negotiations Meetings relating to the Corrections and Communications Officer contract. This will be the last union contract to be negotiated for the period through 2022.
8. Administrator Updates:
A. Kelly has been in contact with Duane Northagen, Wright County Economic Development Partnership (EDP). The EDP is looking at potential business loans related to COVID-19. It would involve $5,000 loans with 0% interest and a 6-month deferred payment. More information will be provided to the County Board at a future date.
B. Kelly said the Governor announced budget information will be available today. A surplus was anticipated but now a deficit is expected.
The meeting adjourned at 9:30 AM.
County Board Minutes submitted by Susan Backes, Clerk to the County Board
Published in The Herald Journal, May 29, 2020.
WRIGHT COUNTY
WARRANTS FOR PUBLICATION
Warrants Approved On 4/16/2020For Payment 4/16/2020BUILDING MATERIAL SUPPLY INC 3,337.70
DONLAR CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
47,296.03
GR MECHANICAL 89,442.50
HUFCOR INC 2,192.60
LAFORCE INC 12,034.60
MODERN ELECTRICAL SOLUTIONS INC
75,632.35
NORTHERN GLASS & GLAZING LLC 31,350.00
PATRIOT ERECTORS INC 16,544.25
QUALITY DRYWALL MIDWEST INC 62,225.00
RJM CONSTRUCTION LLC 35,647.00
ROOF 1 RBR INC 36,186.57
SPECIALTY SYSTEMS INC 66,101.00
STEINBRECHER PAINTING COMPANY
3,610.00
THORNBERG STEEL 5,008.40
TRS RANGE SERVICES 328,168.37
WEIDNER PLUMBING AND HEATING CO
216,622.80
Final Total: 1,031,399.17
Warrants Approved On 4/16/2020 For Payment 4/17/2020
AMERICAN TOWER CORPORATION 7,363.33
ANOKA COUNTY 82,091.50
AT&T MOBILITY 5,105.68
BROCK WHITE CO LLC 2,163.00
BRUNTON ARCHITECTS, LTD 5,000.00
BUFFALO HOSPITAL FOUNDATION 3,600.00
BUFFALO/CITY OF 94,306.37
CENTERPOINT ENERGY 10,496.83
CHAMBERLAIN OIL CO 2,856.67
COMM OF MMB, TREAS DIV 34,356.00
GLOVER CONSULTING LLC 6,840.00
GRAINGER 2,132.17
GRANITE ELECTRONICS 27,009.00
GROVER/DION 30,000.00
HILLYARD INC - MINNEAPOLIS 2,927.88
LOCATORS & SUPPLIES INC 4,384.06
MARCO 3,535.60
MN COUNTIES COMPUTER COOPERATIVE 7,840.25
MN UC FUND 24,069.43
ON-DEMAND SERVICES GROUP INC 9,350.25
RICK OLSON SEMINARS 7,000.00
ROYAL TIRE INC 5,056.58
SAND CREEK EAP LLC 3,656.65
SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP 3,388.00
SUBURBAN TIRE WHOLESALE INC 10,928.64
VARITECH INDUSTRIES INC 15,810.00
VERIZON WIRELESS SERVICES LLC 13,190.15
WM CORPORATE SERVICES, INC. 2,162.78
WSB & ASSOCIATES INC 30,537.72
69 Payments less than 2000 30,474.73
Final Total: 487,633.27
Warrants Approved For Payment 4/17/2020
US BANK VOYAGER FLEET SYSTEMS15,491.56
Final Total: 15,491.56
Warrants Approved For Payment 4/17/2020
US BANK-PROCUREMENT CARDS 47,503.33
Final Total: 47,503.33
Warrants Approved On 4/21/2020 For Payment 4/22/2020ANOKA COUNTY CORRECTIONS 18,391.96
ARAMARK SERVICES INC 7,905.57
BRUNTON ARCHITECTS, LTD 34,843.00
BUFFALO HOSPITAL 2,439.00
CENTURYLINK 2,601.74
CIBER GLOBAL LLC 50,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 19,565.00
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY 8,310.00
GILMAN/DEBORAH M 4,114.00
IMPACT PROVEN SOLUTIONS 12,710.91
KJELLBERG’S CARPET ONE 20,967.29
LEO A HOFFMANN CENTER INC 10,602.00
MEND CORRECTIONAL CARE PLLC 40,805.25
NEXUS MILLE LACS ACADEMY 11,278.73
OMNICARE INC 12,297.86
PRESIDIO NETWORKED SOLUTION GROUP 95,674.05
SRF CONSULTING GROUP INC 13,858.35
STREICHERS 12,070.25
THE HOME DEPOT PRO 4,018.86
TRUE NORTH CONSULTING GROUP, LLC
4,792.50
TW VENDING INC 14,835.53
32 Payments less than 2000 16,497.43
Final Total: 418,579.28
Published in The Herald Journal, May 29, 2020.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ALIVESTOCK FEEDLOT PERMIT
Notice is hereby given per Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 116, that Barfnecht Farms LLC, has made an application to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency or the County of Carver for a permit to construct or expand a feedlot/manure storage area with a capacity of 500 animal units or more.
The existing and/or proposed feedlot/manure storage area will be located in the northeast quarter of section 10 (117N-26W) of Hollywood Township in Carver County, Minnesota. The total animal unit capacity will be 780. The existing facility consists of the following:
• Animal Species
• Dairy Cattle-Mature cow (milked or dry) over 1,000 lbs: 420 animals or 588 animal units
• Dairy Cattle-Heifer: 240 animals or 168 animal units
• Dairy Cattle-Calf: 120 animals or 24 animal units
• Facility Buildings and Open Lots
• Heifer/Dry Cow Barn and Open Lot
• Calf Barn
• Freestall Barn
• Milking Parlor
• Close-up Barn
• Breeding Heifer Barn
• Manure Storage
• In-Ground Concrete Storage Pit
• Wash Water Containment Pit
This publication shall constitute as notice to each resident and each owner of real property within 5,000 feet of the perimeter of the proposed feedlot project as required by Minnesota State Law.
Published in The Herald Journal, May 29, 2020.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
All interested persons are hereby notified that the Winsted City Council will meet to conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 6:00 P.M. or as soon thereafter as possible, in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 201 - 1st Street North in Winsted to consider a request to vacate a portion of an alley.
The request is related to the western portion of the alley that is located between 3rd Street South and 4th Street South, near Main Avenue West in the City of Winsted, McLeod County, Minnesota. The properties adjacent to the alley consists of two parcels described with parcel identification numbers R 21.079.0260 and R 21.079.0360.
All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearing at which time you will be given the opportunity to express comments on the project. Please visit the City’s website at www.winsted.mn.us for notifications and instructions on how to attend an electronic/telephonic public hearing, if necessary, due to COVID-19. Please also email your comments to adam.birkholz@winsted.mn.us by 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 16, 2020, in addition to attending the meeting. This will ensure that the comments are heard during an electronic/telephonic hearing.
If you would like to make comments but will be unable to attend the hearing, you may do so in writing by mailing comments to the City of Winsted, P.O. Box 126, Winsted, MN 55395 or by email to adam.birkholz@winsted.mn.us. Written and emailed comments must include your name and property address and must be received by the start of the public hearing. Specific questions regarding the vacation request can be directed to Adam Birkholz, City Administrator.
Respectfully,
Adam Birkholz
City Administrator
Published in The Herald Journal, May 29 and June 5, 2020.
SECTION 00100 - ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDSCentral Park Development - Phase ICity 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 Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at which time the bids will be electronically opened. A bid tab of the results will be posted on Quest following.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The work includes the construction of approximately:
1005 SQ YD REMOVE BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT
1 LS SITE GRADING
6500 SQ FT 4” CONCRETE WALK
200 TON BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT
together with numerous related items of work, all in accordance with Plans and Specifications. This project is subject to Responsible Contractor Certification.
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. Any addendums may also be distributed by mail, fax or email.
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 #7114913 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 19th, 2020 /s/ Mr. Nick Haggenmiller
Published in The Herald Journal, May 29, 2020 and June 5, 2020.
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDSWater Treatment Plant 2020 ImprovementsMayer, MN
RECEIPT AND OPENING OF PROPOSALS: Proposals for the work described below will be received online through QuestCDN.com until June 17, 2020 at 10:00 a.m., at which time the bids will be opened and publicly read through Microsoft Teams. Please use the below call-in number/Conference ID to hear the bid opening results: Call: 1-612-428-8778 / Conference ID: 104 616 679
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The work includes the following:
1. Conversion of existing pre-sedimentation basin to a filter cell.
2. Removal and replacement of high service pumps.
3. Removal and replacement of chlorination system.
4. Removal and replacement of media in existing two filter cells.
5. Construction of new municipal supply well and raw watermain into the existing facility.
6. Miscellaneous electrical and controls.
COMPLETION OF WORK: All work under the Contract must be substantially complete in 210 calendar days and final completion within 240 calendar days after receipt of the Notice to Proceed.
MINIMUM CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS: The Bidder shall have experience as a General Contractor in the successful completion of at least three municipal water plants within the last five (5) years.
OBTAINING CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND BIDDING REQUIREMENTS: Complete digital project bidding documents are available at www.questcdn.com. You may view the digital plan documents for free by entering Quest project #7112219 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, downloading, and working with this digital project information.
A copy of the plans and specifications may be inspected at the following locations: • Office of Bolton & Menk, Inc., 2638 Shadow Ln #200, Chaska, MN 55318.
• Office of Bolton & Menk, Inc., 7533 Sunwood Drive NW, Suite 206, Ramsey, MN 55303 • City of Mayer, 413 Bluejay Avenue, Mayer, MN 55360
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 Quest CDN. To access the electronic bid form, download the project documents and click the online bidding button at the top of the advertisement. Prospective bidders must be on the planholders list through QuestCDN for bids to be accepted.
PLANHOLDERS LIST, ADDENDA AND BID TABULATION: The planholders list, addenda and bid tabulation will be available for download on-line at www.bolton-menk.com or www.questcdn.com .
Bids will be received on a lump sum basis.
BID SECURITY: A Bid Bond in the amount of not less than 5 percent of the total amount bid, drawn in favor of the City of Mayer shall accompany each bid.
LABOR RATES - MINIMUM WAGE REQUIREMENTS:This project is being funded by the Minnesota Public Facilities Authority’s Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund and the City of Mayer. The project is subject to the State of Minnesota and Federal minimum wages.
PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BONDS: The successful Bidder will be required to furnish a Performance Bond and Labor and Materials Payment Bond each in the amount of the Contract.
The Bid, Agreement, and Bonds shall be conditioned upon compliance with all provisions of the Bid Documents.
PROJECT ADMINISTRATION: All questions relative to this project prior to the opening of bids shall be directed to the Engineer/Manager for the project. It shall be understood, however, that no specification interpretations will be made by telephone.
Address inquiries to: Bolton & Menk, Inc.Attn: Ryan Kotta, P.E., 7533 Sunwood Drive NW #206, Ramsey, MN 55303, Tel: 763-433-2851, Fax: 763-427-0833, Email: Ryan.Kotta@bolton-menk.com
OWNER’S RIGHTS RESERVED: The OWNER reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informality in a bid, and to make awards in the interest of the OWNER.Date: May 26, 2020 Owner: City of Mayer /S/ Margaret McCallum City Administrator
Published in The Herald Journal May 29 and June 5, 2020.
SUMMARY OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETINGMonday, April 13, 2020HLWW HS Media Center
The April 13, 2020 Regular School Board meeting of the Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted ISD #2687 was called to order at 6:00 pm. by Chairperson Heuer. After the pledge of allegiance, roll was taken with the following members present: Heuer, Koch, Bravinder, Peterson, Scheuch, Diers and Detlefsen. Also present were Superintendent Brad Sellner, Principals Jason Mix, Jim Schimelpfenig, and Jennifer Olson, and Board Secretary Marilyn Greeley.
(Item IV) Scheuch recommended approval of the agenda; Diers seconded; those in favor: Peterson, Bravinder, Koch, Scheuch, Diers, Detlefsen and Heuer; those opposed: none; passed unanimously.
(Item VI) Bravinder recommended approval of the consent agenda; Detlefsen seconded; Diers indicated he had a couple of questions about two expenses: Holiday Inn-Fargo and Minneapolis Marriott. Donna Wilson, SMS Financial Consultant, indicated the Holiday Inn expense was for a Region I conference Marilyn Greeley and a few other staff members attended in February; and the Minneapolis Marriott was for the Principals Conference; Principal Mix indicated that the MASSP Conference was held at the Marriott. Heuer asked for those in favor: Detlefsen, Diers, Scheuch, Peterson, Bravinder, Kocher and Heuer; those opposed: none; passed unanimously.
The consent agenda included March meeting minutes, payment of bills, enrollment, resignation and staff lane changes, policy approval, communications and recognitions.
(Item VII, Subd. A) Scheuch recommended approval of the quarterly treasurer report; Peterson seconded; Wilson gave the treasurer report; those in favor: Koch, Bravinder, Peterson, Scheuch, Diers, Detlefsen and Heuer; those opposed: none; passed unanimously.
(Item VII, Subd. B) Diers motioned to approve the Long Term Facilities Maintenance resolution for Wright Tech Center; Detlefsen seconded; those in favor: Detlefsen, Diers, Scheuch, Peterson, Bravinder, Koch and Heuer; opposed: none; passed unanimously.
(Item VII, Subd. C) Scheuch recommended approval of the handbook changes; Diers seconded; those in favor: Scheuch, Diers, Detlefsen, Koch, Bravinder, Peterson and Heuer; those opposed: none; passed unanimously.
(Item VII, Subd. D) Koch recommended approval of the superintendent evaluation; Bravinder seconded; those in favor: Koch, Bravinder, Peterson, Scheuch, Diers, Detlefsen and Heuer; those opposed: none; passed unanimously.
(Item VII, Subd. F) Diers recommended approval of the resolution accepting donations; Koch seconded; those in favor: Scheuch, Diers, Detlefsen, Peterson, Bravinder, Koch and Heuer; those opposed: none; passed unanimously.
(Item VII, Subd. K) Detlefsen motioned to approve the work session items; Scheuch seconded; those in favor: Detlefsen, Diers, Scheuch, Peterson, Bravinder, Koch and Heuer; opposed: none; passed unanimously.
(Item IX) Next Meeting Dates:
• Work Session Meeting - Monday April 27, 2020 6pm HLWW HS Media Center
• Regular Board Meeting - Monday May 11, 2020 6pm HLWW HS Media Center
For the full report, visit the district website at www.hlww.k12.mn.us/board-meeting-minutes or view a copy in the district office.
Heuer adjourned the meeting at 7:21 pm.
Lacy Detlefsen, Clerk
Published in The Herald Journal, May 29, 2020.
SUMMARY OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION REGULAR MEETINGMonday, April 27, 2020HLWW HS Media Center
The April 27, 2020 School Board Work Session meeting of the Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted ISD #2687 was called to order at 6:01 pm. by Chairperson Heuer. After the pledge of allegiance, roll was taken with the following members present: Heuer, Koch, Bravinder, Peterson, Scheuch, Diers and Detlefsen. Also present were Superintendent Brad Sellner, Principals Jason Mix and Board Secretary Marilyn Greeley.
(Item IV) Scheuch recommended approval of the agenda; Koch seconded; those in favor: Scheuch, Diers, Detlefsen, Peterson, Bravinder, Koch and Heuer; those opposed: none; passed unanimously.
(Item VII) Next Meeting Dates:• Regular Board Meeting - Monday May 11, 2020 6pm HLWW HS Media Center• Work Session Meeting - Tuesday May 26, 2020 6pm HLWW HS Media Center
For the full report, visit the district website at www.hlww.k12.mn.us/board-meeting-minutes or view a copy in the district office.
Heuer adjourned the meeting at 7:25 pm.
Lacy Detlefsen, Clerk
Published in The Herald Journal, May 29, 2020.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEARBY GIVEN: That on Tuesday June ,9, 2020
The Stockholm Township Board of Adjustment will hold a hearing in the Stockholm Community Center at 16233 County Road 30 S.W. Cokato at 8:00P.M. to consider the petition of:
Owner: Dennis Terning
15343 60Th. St. SW
Cokato,MN. 55321
LOCATION: Tax parcel 218-000-041201
Legal description: The North one half of the West 20Acres of the NorthEast one quarter and the East seven eights of the NorthEast one quarter West of the road except that part of the NorthWest one quarter of the NorthEast one quarter then described commencing in the Northweast corner then East along the North line 723.93 Feet to the point of the beginning then continuing East along the North line 219.55 feet then South 02 degrees 18 minutes 46 seconds then West 284.72 Feet then North 89 degrees 18 minutes 15 seconds then West 216.39 Feet then North 01 degrees 41 minutes 22 seconds then East 281.98 Feet to the point of the beginning.
Proposed split is 20.47 acres.
Legal is dependent upon board action.
Section: 4
Township: 118 Stockholm
Range: 28
County: Wright, MN.
Reason for the hearing: To receive a variance to do a non-standard division said parcel
Containing 20.47 Acres, more or less.
Subject to easements of record.
Subject to any and all enforceable restrictive covenants
Such persons that desire to be heard with reference to the proposed application will be heard at this time. ATTENTION: If you have comments in this matter please submit them to the clerk BEFORE the hearing or Call the Clerk or Administrator. The meeting has limited attendance for pubic safety. If you do not comment it will be assumed that you have no objections to the proposal. If there are any questions, please contact the Clerk, Administrator
STOCKHOLM TOWNSHIP PLANNING AND ZONING
ADMINISTRATOR: 612-790-0227
CLERK: (612) 270-3409
Published in The Herald Journal, May 29 and June 5, 2020.