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WRIGHT TECHNICAL CENTERSchool District 966
The meeting of the Governing Board of Wright Technical Center, School District 966, was held on Tuesday August 4, 2020 at 1405 3rd Ave. NE, Buffalo, Minnesota 55313.
Members Present: Diers, Mealey, Steffens, Lee, McAlpine present at WTC. Briesmeister, Sixberry and Curtis present at remote locations.
Others Present: Brian Koslofsky-Executive Director, Shaun Karson-Principal present at WTC. Dana Watters-Administrative Assistant, Anh Glewwe-Business Manager and Dan Flugum-Staff Representative present at remote locations.
The meeting was called to order by Member Diers at 6:32 p.m. followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.
Agenda Review
On motion by Member Mealey, second by Member Lee, item 5.9 was added to approve the School Nutrition Program Joint Agreement Contract. The agenda was approved as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
Consent Agenda
On motion by Member Lee, second by Member McAlpine, the consent agenda was approved as presented. 5.1 June 2 regular meeting & June 23 special meeting, 5.2 Bills for Payment, 5.3 Approval of the employment agreement for Tech Tutor/Classroom Aide II, 5.4 Approval of the employment agreement for Tech Tutor/Classroom Aide II, 5.5 Approval of the agreement for Special Education Director, 5.6 Approval of the cleaning agreement with Dalbecs Cleaning Services, 5.7 Approval of the 20-21 lease agreement with MAWSECO for Cornerstones, 5.8 Acceptance of the bid from Wright Lumber for the Construction Trades house materials, 5.9 Approval of the Food Service agreement renewal with BHM Schools for the ALC.
Financial Report
Business Manager Glewwe reported on the current finances. On motion by Member Mealey, second by Member McAlpine the financial report was approved as presented.
Principal Report
Principal Karson reported on meetings, student and staff handbooks, Fall In-Service, Hybrid & Distance Learning, 20-21 registration, staffing, program highlights & technology upgrades and summer school.
Director’s Report
Director Koslofsky discussed the construction trades house removal, CEO program, facilities, finance, meetings attended and upcoming and programs visited.
Negotiation Report
Member Mealey reported that the support staff agreement continues to be discussed.
New Business
• On motion by Member McAlpine, second by Member Mealey, to approve the 20-21 student handbooks as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
• On motion by Member McAlpine, second by Member Lee, to approve the 20-21 staff handbook as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
• On motion by Member Mealey, second by Member Lee, to approve the revised 20-21 calendar as presented. Motion carried by unanimous vote.
• On motion by Member Mealey, second by Member McAlpine, to approve the Board Resolution for appointing an Identified Official with Authority for the External User Access Recertification System as presented. Motion carried byunanimous vote. The Roll Call vote: Lee-yes, Mealey-yes, Sixberry-yes, Curtis-yes, Briesemeister-yes, Steffens-yes, McAlpine-yes, Diers-yes. Resolution passed.
Closed Session
A closed session was called by Chair Diers at 7:29 with a 5 minute recess to evaluate the Executive Director Evaluation. Closed session was called to order at 7:35. Director Koslofsky reviewed his evaluation with the board and left the meeting for the board to review in his absence. Director Koslofsky was called into the meeting at 8:15 for the board to share with him identified strengths and areas of growth. The closed session was opened at 8:29.
Chair Diers declared the meeting adjourned at 8:30.
Published in the Herald Journal, Sept. 11, 2020.
BOARD AGENDABOARD OF WRIGHT COUNTY COMMISSIONERSAUGUST 18, 2020
I. 9:00 A.M. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
II. MINUTES - DISPENSE WITH READING. APPROVE AS WRITTEN/REVISED.
A. COUNTY BOARD MINUTES 8-04-20
Documents:
8-04-20 WRIGHT COUNTY BOARD MINUTES.PDF
III. REVIEW & APPROVAL OF AGENDA
IV. CONSENT AGENDA
A. ADMINISTRATION
1. Schedule CARES Act Non-Profit/Affiliates Advisory Committee Meeting On 8-20-20 @ 9:30 AM
2. Schedule CARES Act Wright County Economic Development Advisory Committee Meeting On 8-20-20 @ 10:30 AM
B. ADMINISTRATION
1. Position Replacement:
A. Facilities Maintenance Technician
Documents:
MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN POSITION REPLACEMENT 8-18-20.PDF
C. ATTORNEY
1. Authorize Signatures On Contract For Professional Services Of Guardianship And/Or Conservatorship With Michele E. Muller
Documents:
AGENDA REQUEST - GUARDIANSHIP K - 8-18-20.PDF
MULLER GUARDIANSHIP K.PDF
D. AUDITOR/TREASURER
1. Acknowledge Warrants Issued Between July 29, 2020 And August 11, 2020
Documents:
AGENDA 8-18 CONSENT - RBA WARRANTS ISSUED.PDF
E. HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
1. Position Replacement
A. Social Worker
Documents:
RFBA HHS 2020-08-18 SW ONGOING CP1.PDF
F. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
1. Refer To 08/26/2020 Technology Committee:
A. Project Updates
1. O365
2. ERP Implementation
3. New Building Updates
4. Admin-Event Scheduler
5. HHS – Contact Management Center
6. ISeries
7. CAMA - Assessors
8. OnBase Foundation EP3 Upgrade
9. Strategic Project Updates
B. New Project Requests
1. AUD Assisted Voting Technology
C. Soft Phone Demonstration
D. CIP Project Funding Discussion
Documents:
REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION - TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE AGENDA
AUGUST 26TH.PDF
G. PLANNING & ZONING
1. Accept Findings And Recommendation Of The Planning Commission For The Following Request To Rezone:
A. Robert Gruys - (Corinna Twp.)Approximately 33 Acres Zoned AG General Agriculture And S-2 Residential Recreational Shorelands As Follows: That Part Of The Property That Is Riparian Shoreland To R-2 Suburban Residential (Minimum 2.5 Acre Lot Standard) And The Balance That Is Non-Riparian To R-2a (Minimum 5 Acre Lot Standard).
Documents:
8-18 GRUYS REQUEST FOR BOARD ACTION.PDF
GRUYS MINUTES 7-30.PDF
TOWN BOARD RECOMMENDATION - PUBLIC WRITTEN COMMENTS.PDF
V. TIMED AGENDA ITEMS
A. 9:02 A.M. BOB HIIVALA, AUDITOR/TREASURER
1. Approve A Plat “Registered Land Survey No. 49” (Franklin Township)
2. Requesting Waiver Of 30 Day Requirement For Delano TIF District
Documents:
AGENDA 8-18 TIMED - RBA APPROVE PLAT.PDF
AGENDA 8-18 TIMED - RBA DELANO TIF DISTRICT.PDF
AGENDA 8-18 TIMED - COUNTY TIF 30-DAY WAIVER.PDF
AGENDA 8-18 TIMED - CITY OF DELANO ED TIF NO. 13 DRAFT FISCAL
IMPACT COUNTY.PDF
AGENDA 8-18 TIMED - DELANO TIF PLAN NO. 13 DRAFT FOR REVIEW.PDF
B. 9:06 A.M. VIRGIL HAWKINS, HIGHWAY ENGINEER
1. Approve Resolution Of Final Acceptance For Contract 1906 And Authorize Final Payment To Minnesota Paving & Materials, Inc. In TheAmount Of $48,102.51
2. Approve Resolution Of Final Acceptance For Contract No. 2004 And Authorize Final Payment To Pearson Bros., Inc. In The Amount Of $12,720.63
Documents:
BAR - FINAL PAY CONTRACT 1906.PDF
RESOLUTION - FINAL PAY 1906.PDF
BAR - FINAL PAY CONTRACT 2004.PDF
RESOLUTION - FINAL PAY 2004.PDF
C. 9:10 A.M. MARC MATTICE, PARKS & RECREATION DIRECTOR
1. Adopt An Updated Resolution Related To A Grant Application Through The Greater Minnesota Regional Parks And Trails Commission For Connecting People To The Outdoors - Equipment Purchases And Program Offerings
2. Review Parks Commission Minutes And Recommendations From July 13, 2020
A. Approve Request By Freedom Farm For Addition To The Lake Ida School House
B. Approve Food Truck Policy For Park Areas
Documents:
8-18-2020 CB AGENDA COP GRANT EQUIPMENT PURCHASES ADN PC MINUTES JULY.PDF
8-18-2020 CB RESOLUTION COP GRANT EQUIPMENT PURCHASES.PDF
07-13-2020 MINUTES.PDF
SCHOOLHOUSE CLASSROOM ADDITION PLANS.PDF
MOBILE FOOD TRUCK VENDING PERMIT_APPROVED 7_2020.PDF
VI. ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION
A. * CANCEL THE 8-24-20 HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES BOARD MEETING (BORRELL)
B. * BLEACHER PROJECT APPROVAL, WRIGHT COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS (BORRELL)
C. * APPROVE REVISIONS TO BUDGET COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE SCHEDULE (KELLY)
D. * GREAT RIVER REGIONAL LIBRARY WORK SESSION UPDATE (POTTER)
E. COMMITTEE MINUTES
Committee Of The Whole (8-04-20)
CARES Act Committee (8-05-20)
County Board Workshop Minutes (8-11-20)
Personnel (8-12-20)
Ways And Means (8-12-20)
Committee Of The Whole (8-12-20)
Documents:
8-04-20 COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MINUTES AND ATTACHMENTS.PDF
8-05-20 CARES ACT COMMITTEE MINUTES AND ATTACHMENTS.PDF
8-11-20 WRIGHT COUNTY BOARD WORKSHOP MINUTES AND ATTACHMENTS.PDF
8-12-20 COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MINUTES AND ATTACHMENTS.PDF
8-12-20 PERSONNEL COMMITTEE MINUTES AND ATTACHMENTS.PDF
8-12-20 WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE MINUTES.PDF
VII. ADVISORY COMMITTEE / ADVISORY BOARD UPDATES
VIII. ADJOURNMENT
IX. NOTE: 11:00 AM DITCH COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING
X. * NOTE: PETITIONED ONTO THE AGENDA
XI. WARRANTS ISSUED
Documents:
07-29-20 THRU 08-11-20 WARRANTS ISSUED 7,337,712.55.PDF
07-29-20 THRU 08-11-2020 CLIENT WARRANTS ISSUED 293,749.21.PDF
Published in the Herald Journal, Sept. 11, 2020.
WARRANTS FOR PUBLICATIONWarrants Approved On 7/29/2020 For Payment 7/29/2020
CARRABRE/JAMES E & CATHY G 9,162.00
OS NATIONAL LLC 2,056.00
PLAGGERMAN/MARGARET M 3,415.25
PLM LAKE & LAND MANAGEMENT CORP 30,214.27
21 Payments less than 2000 6,669.37
Final Total: 51,516.89
Warrants Approved On 7/31/2020 For Payment 7/31/2020
AAA STRIPING SERVICE INC 20,728.40
ARAMARK SERVICES INC 7,669.08
BUFFALO/CITY OF 6,012.91
CDW GOVERNMENT INC 7,920.00
COMPASS MINERALS AMERICA INC 13,860.35
DHS- SWIFT 6,041.44
DYNAMIC LIFECYCLE INNOVATIONS 3,236.36
FORD OF HIBBING 26,293.36
JUSTICE BENEFITS INC 3,354.34
MARCO 3,125.13
THOMSON REUTERS WEST PUBLISHING CORP 2,510.37
TRUENORTH STEEL 6,060.24
TW VENDING INC 9,270.90
48 Payments less than 2000 25,831.50
Final Total: 141,914.38
Warrants Approved On 8/04/2020 For Payment 8/04/2020
CUMMINGS MOBILITY CONVERSIONS & SUPPLY, 2,365.00
EMPIREHOUSE INC 8,800.00
GABRIEL/CATHLEEN 7,280.00
SOLDO CONSULTING, P.C. 7,847.77
49 Payments less than 2000 11,734.68
Final Total: 38,027.45
Warrants Approved On 8/07/2020 For Payment 8/07/2020
BARTLEY/CHAD GREGORY 14,800.00
BOARMAN KROOS VOGEL GROUP INC 46,867.24
BOLTON & MENK INC 8,264.69
CENTRA SOTA COOPERATIVE - BUFFALO 45,881.15
COMM OF MMB, TREAS DIV 52,993.50
DELL MARKETING LP 3,311.47
GERTEN GREENHOUSES & GARDEN CENTER INC 5,449.30
HENNING PROFESSIONAL SERVICES INC 6,671.75
INTERPROSE CORPORATION/THE 2,448.92
JK LANDSCAPING 3,240.00
KNIFE RIVER 4,021,105.93
MADDEN GALANTER HANSEN LLP 5,651.55
MATHIOWETZ CONSTRUCTION 1,324,791.41
MN COUNTIES COMPUTER COOPERATIVE 7,585.25
PRINSCO INC 7,374.00
ROYAL TIRE INC 4,794.40
SYLVESTER CUSTOM GRINDING INC 10,116.04
46 Payments less than 2000 23,200.20
Final Total: 5,594,546.80
Warrants Approved On 8/11/2020 For Payment 8/11/2020
A M MAUS & SON INC 28,546.00
ARAMARK SERVICES INC 7,746.43
HILLYARD INC - MINNEAPOLIS 2,919.08
MEND CORRECTIONAL CARE PLLC 40,805.25
MN DEPARTMENT OF LABOR & INDUSTRY 2,532.96
RUSSELL SECURITY RESOURCE LLC 54,276.00
SCHNEIDER EXCAVATING & GRADING INC 5,700.00
62 Payments less than 2000 29,095.49
Final Total: 171,621.21
Published in the Herald Journal, Sept. 11, 2020.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON A PROPOSAL OF A HOUSING PROGRAM FOR, AND THE ISSUANCE OF, REVENUE NOTES FOR A SENIOR HOUSING PROJECT(ANNANDALE CARE CENTER PROJECT)
Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Howard Lake, Minnesota (the “City”), will meet at the City Hall, 625 8th Avenue, Howard Lake, Minnesota, at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 29, 2020, to consider the proposal of Annandale Care Center, a Minnesota nonprofit corporation (the “Borrower”), that the City adopt a housing program and give approval to finance, in part, a project hereinafter described pursuant to Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 462C, by the issuance of revenue notes or other obligations (the “Notes”) by the City (the “Issuer”).
The proceeds of the Notes will be used to (i) finance, in part, the acquisition, construction, and equipping of an approximately 42-unit independent living and assisted living senior housing facility (the “Facility”) to be located east of Park Street East/Highway 24 and north of Poplar Avenue North in the City of Annandale, Minnesota (the “Host City”); (ii) fund capitalized interest during construction; (iii) fund any required reserve funds; and (iv) pay all or a portion of the costs of issuance (collectively, the “Project”). The Facility will be owned and operated by the Borrower or a related entity.
The aggregate estimated principal amount of the Notes to finance the Project and related costs will be an amount not to exceed $8,500,000.
The obligations, as and when issued, will not constitute a charge, lien, or encumbrance upon any property of the Issuer or the Host City, except the Project and the revenues to be derived from the Project. Such Notes will not be a charge against the Issuer’s or the Host City’s general credit or taxing powers but are payable from sums to be paid by the Borrower pursuant to a revenue agreement.
A draft copy of the proposed housing program is available for inspection at City Hall during normal business hours.
At the time and place fixed for the public hearing, the City Council of the City will give all persons who appear at the hearing an opportunity to express their views with respect to the proposal for the housing program and the Notes. Written comments will be considered if submitted to the Administrator–Clerk at the above City office on or before the date of the hearing.
By: Nick Haggenmiller
Administrator–Clerk
STATE OF MINNESOTA
COUNTY OF WRIGHT
CITY OF HOWARD LAKE
I, the undersigned, being the duly qualified and acting Administrator–Clerk of the City of Howard Lake, Minnesota, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that I have compared the attached and foregoing extract of minutes with the original thereof on file in my office, and that the same is a full, true, and complete transcript of the minutes of a meeting of the City Council of said City duly called and held on the date therein indicated, insofar as such minutes relate to calling for a public hearing on the Annandale Care Center Senior Housing Project.
Published in the Herald Journal, Sept. 11, 2020.
NOTICE OF ACQUISITION OF CONTROLof a Minnesota Bank Pursuant to Minnesota Law Regarding Change of Control
Notice is hereby given by:
The Ella Elizabeth Meyerson 2008 Irrevocable GST Trust dated December 22, 2008, Atwater, Minnesota; trustees Ella Meyerson and David A. Gutzke, both of Minneapolis, Minnesota; and the Ella E. Meyerson Revocable Trust, u/a/d September 23, 2011 (trustee Ella Meyerson), Minneapolis, Minnesota, to retain and acquire voting shares of Cattail Bancshares, Inc., Atwater, Minnesota (“Cattail”), and thereby join the Meyerson family shareholder group, a group acting in concert, that controls Cattail. Cattail owns Harvest Bank, Kimball, Minnesota, and Citizens State Bank of Waverly (Incorporated), Waverly, Minnesota.
The Commissioner of Commerce, State of Minnesota, pursuant to Minn. Stat. sec. 46.048, accepted this notification for filing on September 4, 2020.
Public comment will be accepted on the application for a period of not less than 21 days from September 11, 2020, the date of publication. Written comments should be addressed to:
Maxwell Zappia, Deputy Commissioner
Department of Commerce
Division of Financial Institutions
85 7th Place East, Suite 280
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55101
Consistent with state law, the Notice is a public document available for review at the Department of Commerce during normal business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. by telephoning (651) 539-1714 for an appointment.
Published in the Herald Journal, Sept. 11, 2020.