Wright County Board Minutes

APRIL 16, 2013
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 AM with Husom, Sawatzke, Daleiden, Potter and Borrell present.
The 04-09-13 Board Minutes were reviewed. Daleiden moved to approve the Board Minutes as presented. The motion was seconded by Potter and carried 5-0.
The Agenda was discussed. Richard Norman, County Coordinator, petitioned a request to schedule a tour of the old jail with the County Building Inspector. Sawatzke stated it would be Item for Consideration #3. On a motion by Potter, second by Borrell, all voted to approve the Agenda as amended.
The Consent Agenda was reviewed. Daleiden moved to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. The motion was seconded by Husom and carried 5-0. The Consent Agenda is as follows:
1. Performance Appraisals: S. Meyer, Hwy; A. Zachman, Sher.
2. Approve/Authorize Signatures On A Memorandum Of Agreement With Teamsters Local No. 320, Courthouse Unit, To Allow Donation Of Vacation Time to An Employee.
3. Approve/Authorize Signatures On A Memorandum Of Agreement With AFSCME, Human Services, To Allow Donation Of Vacation Time To An Employee.
4. Approve/Authorize Signatures On Labor Agreement With Teamsters Local No. 320, Courthouse Unit.
Bob Hiivala, Auditor/Treasurer, presented a request to approve an RtVision Time-Off Request Program. Hiivala stated that currently employees are filling out request manually.. This Program would allow for the requests to be submitted electronically in the same process as their timecards, and once the request is approved, it would show automatically on the employee’s timecard. Hiivala stated that RtVision is also looking into inventing a Checks & Balance software which would allow for the employee to know immediately if they have insufficient hours for the time-off they are requesting. The Time-Off Request Program is a $2,000 program with a $420 Enhancement Trigger that would allow the time-off to be requested either by the employee or their supervisor, if the employee is unable to do so themselves. This program would also call for a $400 maintenance fee for the first year, then a $300 maintenance fee for each year after that. Hiivala stated it would be offset by cost of the paper forms. Sawatzke questioned what was included in the purchase price of $2,000. Hiivala stated it was the cost of the software. Daleiden questioned the Trigger option of the Program. He wondered why there was a quantity of four. Hiivala stated RtVision is charging $105 an hour to program the Enhancement and that it would take four hours to complete.
Daleiden questioned if Hiivala presented this Program at the Leadership Meeting. Hiivala stated he had and that there were several Department Heads who stayed to review the Program. Hiivala understands that he will not receive 100% positive feedback on this Program but would still like to move forward with it. Sawatzke questioned if it would be optional for each department on whether or not they wanted to use this Program. Hiivala stated it would be and that he is not requesting it be made mandatory. Sawatzke suggested that over time, the Program might become mandatory especially if the County has already paid for the software. Hiivala stated he noticed some departments are using the GroupWise calendars to communicate time-off requests and expressed concern for changing a process that works for certain departments. Borrell questioned if Hiivala had discussed this Program with the Wright County IT Department on whether or not the Department could develop a program with the same capabilities. Hiivala stated he had and he does not believe the IT Department could develop the program and install it for under $2,000. Borrell questioned the ongoing maintenance fee, the current time-card management cost and what the total amount paid to RtVision would be. Hiivala stated that he did not have the exact numbers with him but believed it to be a total of around $40,000.
Daleiden questioned if there were any other programs being developed by RtVision that Hiivala would find helpful in the future. Hiivala stated that a goal would be to get a Claims Program. Claims would be able to be approved electronically, then sent directly into the imaging system, as opposed to the current manual process. Daleiden stated he was referring only to timecard programs. Hiivala stated one would be the ability to provide W-2’s to employees through the Timecard Program; and second would be to look into an enhancement that would allow the employee to submit a modification to their holdings. On a motion by Husom, second by Daleiden, all voted to approve the RtVision Time-Off Request Program.
The claims listing was reviewed. Borrell moved to approve the claims as listed in the abstract, subject to audit, for $204,172.75, with 193 vendors and 348 transactions. The motion was seconded by Daleiden and carried 5-0.
Virgil Hawkins, Highway Engineer, requested to schedule a Transportation Committee Of The Whole Meeting. Sawatzke suggested 05-13-13 or 05-14-13. On a motion by Potter, second by Daleiden, all voted to schedule the Transportation Committee Of The Whole Meeting for 05-14-13 at 1:00 PM, at the Public Works Building.
Hawkins requested approval of the Seasonal Requirement Contracts regarding Plant-Mixed Bituminous Mixture and Equipment Rental. The bids were received and opened on 04-12-13. Daleiden questioned if the County contacted the cities to see if they wanted to participate in the bid and questioned if the bids would be lower if the cities were involved. Hawkins stated the County did inform the cities. He said the quantities the County bids are so large that if the cities participated, it would not impact the bids.
Hawkins explained the Equipment Rental bids stating that the equipment would be used by Maintenance on an as needed basis and is recommending the Board approve all bids. Sawatzke stated the County will not necessarily use every piece of equipment listed. Hawkins stated that was correct, however, by approving the bid the County was locking in a price in case that piece of equipment is needed. Daleiden questioned the price for the Self Propelled Pickup Sweeper. Hawkins stated the price per hour should be listed but since it is not he will follow up and get a price to the Board. Daleiden questioned if the County owned a sweeper. Hawkins stated that the County did own a broom sweeper but not a pickup sweeper.
Daleiden questioned if the County would utilize a City’s sweeper instead of renting one while working within the City limits. Hawkins stated that was correct. Daleiden questioned if the City of Buffalo has a sweeper. Hawkins stated he was not certain but he would look into it. Husom stated the City of Buffalo does have a sweeper but she does not know what kind of sweeper. Daleiden moved to approve all Seasonal Requirement Bids with the exception of the Self Propelled Pickup Sweeper. Sawatzke questioned why Daleiden was not approving the Self Propelled Pickup Sweeper. Daleiden stated he is waiting for a price per hour on the equipment. The motion was seconded by Husom. Sawatzke stated Hawkins would have to bring back the sweeper bid with the price per hour at the 04-23-13 Board Meeting.
Husom questioned the equipment that did not receive bids and wondered if that meant companies do not rent this equipment. Hawkins stated that each year there are items that do not receive bids and if the County decides it would need that equipment, they would rent it at per hour rate. Daleiden questioned why there was a 4 CY Front End Loader and a 10 CY Truck w/ Snowplow & Wing when the County has them. Hawkins stated he would check with Steve Meyer. The motion carried 5-0.
Hawkins presented the 2013 Pavement Preservation Bid, which includes County Road 119 and Grand Castle Estates. He explained that this is a local levy funded contract. Hawkins stated that Grand Castle Estates came in at 9.2% under the estimated price and after talking with Steve Bot, City Administrator/Engineer for St. Michael, he would like to proceed with Knife River Corp of Sauk Rapids for the Base Bid and Alternative #1. Sawatzke questioned what Hawkins was expecting for the Grand Castle Estate project. Hawkins stated the estimate was $101,058, but the bid was $90,197.24. Sawatzke questioned what the total cost would be. Hawkins stated with staff time and testing, the final cost would be around $115,000-$120,000. Daleiden questioned the different between the Base Bid, Alternative #1 and Alternative #2. Hawkins stated that at the Transportation Committee Meeting there had been talk about doing a skin patch project (Alternative #2) instead of the original project (Alternative #1).Hawkins said the recommendation is to award the Base Bid plus County Road 119 in Alternate #1.
Potter moved to accept the Base Bid and Alternate #1 by Knife River Corporation for the Overlay Contract #1302 in the amount of $2,513,839.93, seconded by Daleiden. Sawatzke clarified that Grand Castle Estates is in the Base Bid, including the St. Michael project plus $90,197.24 for Grand Castle Estates. The motion carried 5-0.
Hawkins recommended awarding the CSAH 75 Project SP 086-675-018 to Knife River Corporation of Sauk Rapids with the CSAH 75 Project SP 086-675-018. Hawkins requested this bid be approved contingent on the Office of Civil Rights approval, which usually takes two to four weeks. Daleiden questioned if CSAH 75 was the road along I-94. Sawatzke stated that was correct. Daleiden questioned if work on CSAH 75 would begin after work on I-94 was completed. Hawkins stated that was correct and that work would hopefully begin by mid-July. Daleiden moved to approve awarding Knife River Corporation with the CSAH 75 Project SP 086-675-018. The motion was seconded by Borrell and carried 5-0.
Hawkins recommended awarding Traffic Marking Service of Maple Lake with the Pavement Marking bid. Hawkins stated the budget was $306,900 and Traffic Marking came in at $288,120. Sawatzke stated the County normally receives two bids on this project and questioned what the other bid was. Hawkins stated the County also received a bid from AAA Striping of St. Michael, however, their bid was received late. Daleiden questioned how this years bid compared to last year. Hawkins stated the bid is lower this year. On a motion by Daleiden, second by Husom, all voted to approve awarding Traffic Marking Service with the Pavement Marking bid in the amount of $288,120.
Hawkins recommended awarding Pearson Bros of Hanover with the Sealcoating bid. Potter moved to approve awarding Pearson Bros with the Sealcoating bid. The motion was seconded by Daleiden and carried 5-0. The bids are as follows:
Category: Plant-Mixed Bituminous Mixture Seasonal Bid ($/ton).
Name of Bidder; Bid Bond;
Item 1, SP 12.5; 100;
Item 2, SP 9.5; 4,500;
Item 3 Fine Mix; 100
Mid-Minnesota Hot Mix, Annandale; YES ;
$53.20; $52.20
$54.40; $53.40
$70.00; $60.00
Hardrives, Inc., Rogers; YES;
$46.90; $46.90
$48.75; $48.75
$52.75; $52.75
Recommendation: Accept Both Bids
Category: Equipment Rental.
The following bids were received:
Terning Excavating, Cokato
18CY Scraper/hr.: $175.00; Pull scraper; 9520 JD 20 CY
Dozer/hr.: $150.00; D6H
Hydraulic Excavator or: $150.00
Large Backhoe/hr: 315B
Motor Grader/hr: $100; Champion 740A
Jake’s Excavating, Inc., Buffalo
Dozer/hr.: $120.00; CAT D5M, 6-Way Blade w/Optional Root Rake
Hydraulic Excavator or: $135.00
Large Backhoe/hr: PC 160-7 w/Hyd Thumb & Coupler; 40,000 lbs.
2CY Skid Loader (#1650 life capacity): $115.00; Cat 277C
10 CY Truck/hr: $84.00; 12 CY Truck; Tri Axle
T&S Trucking, Buffalo
Self-Propelled Pickup Sweeper/hr.: 01/06 Elgin Pelican Sweeper
Elfmann Excavating, Annandale
Hydraulic Excavator or: $110.00
Large Backhoe/hr: JD 110 Excavator
2 CY Skid Loader (#1650 life capacity): $90.00; 92 Mack Dump Truck
1/2 CY Skid Loader (#1650 life capacity): $70.00; 2012 SV 250 Skidster
Recommendation: Accept all Bids.
Category: 2013 Pavement Preservation.
Bidder; Bid Bond; Base Bid; Alternate #1, CR 119, CP86-119-132A; Alternate #2; CR119, CP-86-119-132B
Knife River Corp., Sauk Rapids, MN; YES; $2,230,439.05; $283,400.88; $116,625.51
Alternate #1: $2,513,839.93
Alternate #2: $2,347,064.56
Hardrives, Inc Rogers, MN; YES; $2,491,107.73; $427,997.34; $133,336.01
Alternate #1: $2,624,443.74
Alternate #2: $2,624,443.74
Recommendation: Award Contract to Knife River Corporation.
Category: CSAH 75 Project SP 086-675-018.
Name of Bidder; Bid Bond; Total Base Bid
Knife River Corp. Sauk Rapids, MN; YES; $4,088,869.48
Hardrives, Inc. Rogers, MN; YES; $4,487,596.34
Central Specialties Alexandria, MN; YES; $5,011,586.38
Recommendation: Award Bid to Knife River Corporation.
Category: Pavement Markings.
Name of Bidder; Bid Bond; Yellow; White; Bid Amount
Traffic Marking Service, Maple Lake; n/a; $11.83/gal (9,000); $12.11/gal (15,000); $288,120.00
Recommendation: Accept bid of Traffic Marking Service, Inc.
Category: Sealcoating
Name of Bidder; Bid Bond;
Bid Amount
Breakdown/Grand Total
Pearson Bros., Hanover, MN; n/a;
78,148 Pearock CRS-2P;
279,103 Aggregate FA-2
27,911 Fog Seal
15,274 ITRM Pvmt Mrking
GRAND TOTAL: $327,299.80
Astech Corp., St. Cloud, MN, n/a
78,148 Pearock CRS-2P
279,103 Aggregate FA-2
27,911 Fog Seal
15,274 ITRM Pvmt Mrking
GRAND TOTAL: $329,587.76

Caldwell Asphalt, Co., Hawick, MN; n/a
78,148 Pearock CRS-2P
279,103 Aggregate FA-2
27,911 Fog Seal
15,274 ITRM Pvmt Mrking
GRAND TOTAL: $346,990.32
Morris Sealcoat & Trucking, Inc., Maple Grove, MN; n/a
78,148 Pearock CRS-2P
279,103 Aggregate FA-2
27,911 Fog Seal
15,274 ITRM Pvmt Mrking
GRAND TOTAL: $356,621.85
Allied Blacktop, Maple Grove, MN; n/a
78,148 Pearock CRS-2P
279,103 Aggregate FA-2
27,911 Fog Seal
15,274 ITRM Pvmt Mrking
GRAND TOTAL: $369,443.79
Scott Construction, Inc., Lake Delton, WI; n/a
78,148 Pearock CRS-2P
279,103 Aggregate FA-2
27,911 Fog Seal
15,274 ITRM Pvmt Mrking
GRAND TOTAL: $459,313.96
Recommendation: Award Bid to Pearson Bros.
(End of Seasonal Requirement Contract Awards)
A Deferred Compensation Committee was held on 04-09-13. At today’s County Board Meeting, Potter moved to approve the Minutes as presented. The motion was seconded by Husom and carried 5-0:
1. Request To Withdraw Funds Due to Hardship.
The Committee reviewed an employee’s request to withdraw funds. It was determined that the circumstances meet the definition of an unforeseeable emergency.
Recommendation: Allow employee to withdraw funds from the Deferred Compensation Program.
(End of 04-09-13 Deferred Compensation Committee Minutes)
A Personnel Committee Meeting was held on 04-10-13. Norman stated that throughout the Personnel Minutes, Case Aide was mentioned several times. The spelling of Case Aide would need to be changed from ‘Aid’ to ‘Aide’ wherever found. On a motion by Potter, second by Daleiden, all voted to approve the Minutes as corrected. The Personnel Committee Minutes are as follows:
A. Family Based Service Provider (Human Services). Nesseth requested to replace a Family Based Service Provider who recently transferred to the Collections Department. Nesseth stated that Human Services is also requesting to change the name of the position to Case Aide. This position provides high risk families with education curriculum, promotes attachment, helps assure the health and safety of the clients, provides child and teen checkup support and other Case Aide assigned duties. The outcome of this position is to prevent out of home placement, reduce child abuse, neglect and injury, improve school readiness and help assure parental success in child rearing. Through family interaction, it will also promote utilization of ECSE for developmentally delayed children. Nesseth stated that this position is also fully funded.
Sawatzke questioned who funds the position. Nesseth stated that it was a mix of PMAPS, MA, Grants, State Funds and MCH. Sawatzke questioned who would do the Family Based Service Provider’s duties if the Committee approved changing the position to Case Aide. Nesseth stated that the position would still do the same duties but it would allow for more to be added. Norman questioned how many Family Based Service Providers would be left if the Committee changed this position. Nesseth stated there would be one part-time employee. Sawatzke questioned if Nesseth would be requesting to change that employee over to a Case Aide as well. Nesseth stated that was correct but it was something that needed to be discussed with the Union. Norman stated that changing to a Case Aide would lead to a higher salary but there appears to be enough funding to cover the increase. Nesseth stated that in order to get funding from the State, the employee title must read Case Aide. Norman stated that the County would have to advertise the position at the same salary as the current Case Aide/Family Based Service Provider class. Sawatzke and Husom stated they would support the replacement.
Sawatzke questioned what percentage of the Public Health budget is levy dollars. Kieft stated it was about $2 million with the complete budget being around $3 million. Nesseth corrected Kieft stating it was $1.6 million that was levied last year. Sawatzke questioned where the rest of the budget goes if positions are being fully funded by outside organizations. Nesseth stated it goes for positions that are not funded such as Administration and Health Education.
Recommendation: Authorize replacement of the Family Based Service Provider and change the position title to Case Aide.
B. Information System Specialist (Human Services).
Kieft is requesting permission to replace an Information System Specialist, which is vacant due to an employee switching departments. This particular position will cover the trouble shooting for the agency, train employees on the software, be part of the mobile support for the Social Services Unit and, most importantly, back up the ISS (Information System Specialist) team, which works with EDMS (Electronic Document Management System). Kieft stated that this position is used daily and while it is a direct cost to the County, this position is essential.
Sawatzke questioned how many ISS team members there are. Kieft stated there are five. Sawatzke questioned how long there have been five ISS members. Kieft stated he was unsure. Norman stated that there have been five ISS members for quite some time and that not filling this position would fail to meet the expectations of the IT Departments new position. Husom stated she agreed with the position. Sawatzke stated he also agreed with the position because IT employees are very important. Sawatzke said that he would like to see that the ISS employees are better informed about their position duties and responsibilities due to an issue in the past where an employee did not feel they were being compensation correctly for the tasks they were doing. Kieft stated that while he would like employees to stay within the job description, there needs to be some room to allow each employee to use their full potential. Sawatzke stated that was true, however, this particular employee was doing what they wished instead of what the organization requested and it resulted in the loss of another employee.
Recommendation: Authorize replacement of the Information System Specialist.
C. Highway Maintenance.
Hawkins presented a request to replace a Highway Maintenance Worker. Hawkins stated there were many different duties performed by this position and due to the number of workers out on restrictive duty or workers’ compensation leave, the position is very important. Husom questioned if the employees on restrictive duty could still perform some tasks. Hawkins stated they can still drive but it limits the amount of workers who do other duties, such as cutting brush. Husom stated that means that efficiency is down and since the Highway Department is under close watch, the County could get a lot of complaints. Sawatzke stated he would prefer to wait for the fall to hire for this position, however, it seems like this position is needed due to the shortages. Husom questioned an employee who is out on workers’ compensation leave due to a head injury. Hawkins stated he fell six feet, was knocked unconscious, suffered a concussion and does not yet have physician permission to return to work.
Recommendation: Authorize replacement of the Highway Maintenance Worker.
D. Corrections Officer.
Husom questioned if this position is the one Hagerty requested an eligibility list on at a previous Board Meeting. Norman stated that was for a Civilian Communications Officer. Sawatzke questioned if the Sheriff Department sent an email requesting this position be filled since there is not a representative at the meeting. Norman stated he had not received one. Sawatzke suggested the position be laid over a month.
Recommendation: Lay Corrections Officer Position over until the 05-08-13 Personnel Meeting.
(End of 04-10-13 Personnel Committee Minutes)
Husom presented Resolution requesting to make the week of 05-19-13 through 05-25-13 Emergency Medical Services Week. Husom moved to adopt Resolution #13-09. The motion was seconded by Borrell and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
WHEREAS, emergency medical services is a vital public service; and
WHEREAS, the members of emergency medical services teams are ready to provide lifesaving care to those in need 24 hours a day, seven days a week; and
WHEREAS, access to quality emergency care dramatically improves the survival and recovery rate of those who experience sudden illness or injury; and
WHEREAS, the emergency medical services system consists of emergency physicians, emergency nurses, emergency medical technicians, paramedics, firefighters, educators, administrators and others; and
WHEREAS, the members of emergency medical services teams, whether career or volunteer, engage in thousands of hours of specialized training and continuing education to enhance their lifesaving skills; and
WHEREAS, it is appropriate to recognize the value and the accomplishments of emergency medical services providers by designating Emergency Medical Services Week; now
THEREFORE, we, the Wright County Board of Commissioners, in recognition of this event do hereby proclaim the week of May 19 – 25, 2013 as EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES WEEK with the theme, EMS: One Mission One Team. We encourage the community to observe this week with appropriate programs, ceremonies and activities.
(End of Resolution #13-09)
Norman requested scheduling a Building Committee Of The Whole Meeting. Norman stated it had been discussed at the quarterly meeting of the Leadership Team that the County Building Inspector and Lee Kelly, Special Project Administrator, should do a walk through of the old jail. Since that meeting, several Commissioners have shown interest in also going on this walk through. Norman suggested 04-23-13 at 10:30 AM. Daleiden questioned if that would cause a conflict with Boy/Girl Day. Sawatzke stated it would not. Husom questioned how long the walk through would take. Norman stated about an hour. On a motion by Potter, second by Husom, all voted to approve scheduling a Building Committee Of The Whole Meeting on 04-23-13 at 10:30 AM. Norman stated they would meet in the old jail lobby at 10:30 AM.
Hiivala request authorization to sign the contract with RtVision. Sawatzke asked Norman the appropriate person to sign the contract. Norman said if the Board authorizes the signature of the Auditor/Treasurer, and the minutes reflect that permission, the Auditor/Treasurer may sign the contract. Sawatzke said the Board moved to approve the contract earlier in the meeting. He asked Norman whether that was adequate. Norman suggested the Board pass a separate motion authorizing the signature of the Auditor/Treasurer.
Hiivala also asked the Board for authorization to amend the motion to include that the funding source is the Professional Services Line Item in Budget 100. Hiivala stated that is the Line Item the County used to fund the time card program. Potter moved to authorize the signature of the Auditor/Treasurer on the RtVision contract, funded out of Professional Services Line Item in Budget 100. Daleiden seconded the motion, and the motion carried 5-0.
Bills Approved
Advanced Graphix Inc $5,835.00
Americinn of Hutchinson 339.96
Ameripride Services 305.38
Aramark Services Inc 6,667.50
Association of MN Counties 1,400.00
Bankers Advertising Co Inc 4,682.66
Bestfriends Veterinary Clinic 543.70
Buffalo Hosp.-OTPT Comm. 5,593.45
Buffalo/City of 64,676.93
Bureau of Crim. Apprehension 600.00
Bureau of Crim. Apprehension 120.00
Bureau of Crim. Apprehension 2,820.00
Bureau of Crim. Apprehension 5,490.00
Bureau of Crim. Apprehension 120.00
C Walker Trucking 2,325.00
Center Point Energy 667.74
CenturyLink 5,111.38
CenturyLink 1,753.98
Chamberlain Oil Co 2,534.74
Climate Air 2,663.50
Cokato/City of 938.20
Comm. of Transportation 823.69
Corporate Payment Systems 1,358.56
Croteau Plumbing 529.27
Diane Turman 160.00
Ergometrics 2,565.00
Ernst/Debbie 266.98
Frontier Precision Inc 451.61
Gabriel/Cathleen 100.00
Globalstar USA 184.67
Grainger 574.84
Granite Electronics 2,206.60
Green Interiors 482.01
Greenview Inc 504.16
GTS Educational Events 300.00
Highway Technologies Inc 270.40
Hillyard Inc - Minneapolis 3,254.77
Howard/Jolanta 100.00
Jahnke/Chris 167.00
Kustom Blinds & Draperies Inc 389.84
LaPlant Demo Inc 1,072.97
Lehmberg/Lavonne 231.00
Marco 493.76
Marietta Aggregates/Martin 2,003.30
Martin-McAllisters Consulting 450.00
Matt Legal Services 600.00
Matthew Bender & Co. Inc 294.15
Menards - Buffalo 1,278.55
Milana P Tolins LLC 200.00
MN Counties Ins Trust 2,500.00
MN Dept. of Labor & Industry 673.45
MN Dept of Transportation 32,499.20
MN Monitoring Inc 792.00
MN Sheriffs Association 125.00
Montrose/City of 1,500.00
Morries Parts & Service Grp 1,824.50
North American Salt Co 5,361.01
NPELRA 175.00
Office Depot 1,353.89
Performance Kennels Inc 201.99
Pope Douglas Solid Waste M 421.20
Ramacciotti/Frank 100.00
Redneck Inc 514.97
Reliable Restoration 2,991.00
Royal Tire Inc 309.10
Seton Identification Products 2,059.45
SHI International Corp 205.20
State of MN-office Enterprise 1,150.00
Suburban Emerg. Assoc. PA 127.64
TASC 1,095.00
Total Printing 295.62
Uniforms Unlimited 581.45
Vance Brothers Inc 512.36
Verizon Wireless 6,922.41
Waste Management-TC West 1,969.40
Windstream 286.13
23 Payments less than $100 1,123.53
Final total $204,172.75
The meeting adjourned at 9:47 A.M
Published in the Herald Journal May 6, 2013.

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