Wright County Board Minutes

WRIGHT COUNTY BOARD MINUTES
FEBRUARY 10, 2015
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Husom, Sawatzke, Daleiden, Potter and Borrell present.
Borrell moved to approve the 2-03-15 County Board Minutes as presented. The motion was seconded by Daleiden and carried unanimously.
Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: 9:03 A.M., “Recognize Bob Hiivala for the MACO (Minnesota Association Of County Officers) Outstanding Treasurer of the Year Award”; 9:04 A.M. “Jami Goodrum-Schwartz RE: Request to schedule Personnel Committee Meeting”; and Item For Consideration E, “Grant Opportunity” (Daleiden). Daleiden moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded by Husom, carried unanimously.
On a motion by Borrell, second by Husom, all voted to approve the Consent Agenda:
A. ADMINISTRATION
Adoption of the 2015 Continuity of Operations Plan & Authorize Signature by the Board Chair on the Signature Page
B. ADMINISTRATION
Authorize the use of Government Center and Human Service Center Facilities for a Be The Match Donor Drive
C. AUDITOR/TREASURER
Approve Renewal of 2015 Tobacco Licenses for:
1. City of Delano: City of Delano DBA Delano Wine & Spirits
2. City of Maple Lake: DG Retail LLC DBA Dollar General Store #15392
3. City of Monticello: Name Change Only from Ecig Logic LLC to AR Vapes LLC
D. HUMAN SERVICES
Position Replacement:
1. Public Health Coordinator
E. PARKS
Refer to Personnel Committee Reclassification of Natural Resource Technician Position From Part Time To Full Time
The Board recognized Bob Hiivala for receiving the MACO (Minnesota Association of County Officers) Outstanding Treasurer of the Year Award. The Award was presented to him last week at their Winter Conference. Potter said it honors the work completed by Hiivala and the Auditor/Treasurer staff which has been recognized by others. Hiivala was congratulated on receiving the Award.
Jami Goodrum-Schwartz, Human Services Director, requested the Board schedule a Personnel Committee Meeting to discuss a DD Child Social Worker position. Interviews have been held, and Schwartz would like to offer the position at Step 7 to a candidate with exceptional experience. Daleiden moved to set a Personnel Committee Meeting on 2-17-15 at 11:00 A.M., seconded by Husom, carried 5-0.
Hiivala requested approval of the 1-27-15 Minutes from the Continuation of Public Hearing on County Ditch 38. The recommendation was to direct counsel to prepare the Findings of Fact and Order approving Redetermination of Benefits. A profile of the Ditch will be created thereafter. Hiivala said they are working to re-establish the official Ditch records as there are missing documents. Sawatzke said another recommendation was to direct counsel to address a letter sent to the Auditor’s Office by Ellen and Graham Sones and prepare a response. Sawatzke said the County Board should be provided a legal position based on the Sones arguments. The County Board should be able to read that response prior to addressing the Findings of Fact and Order to make sure the Sones’ concerns are addressed. Daleiden moved to approve the 1-27-15 Minutes from the Continuation of Public Hearing on County Ditch 38. The motion was seconded by Borrell and carried unanimously. Hiivala noted that the Public Hearing was adjourned so they will need to convene another Hearing. The purpose will be to address the letter from the Sones and the Findings of Fact and Order. Hiivala said they are working with both municipalities to make sure they have adequate information to handle assessments. The Continuation of Public Hearing on County Ditch 38 Minutes follow:
Bob Hiivala opened the meeting by stating the purpose of the Continuation of the Public Hearing was to:
1. Correct the Viewers’ Report regarding Clementa Ave SW road benefits.
2. Correct the Viewers’ Report regarding parcels within City limits, being assessed as one amount to the municipalities.
Hiivala stated that Ron Ringquist, Minnesota Viewer, had submitted a corrected Viewers’ Report to the Auditor’s Office with those changes. The cities and townships impacted by the changes, had been notified by mail.
Potter opened the floor for public comment and questions concerning the changes to the Viewers’ Report.
Connie Holmes, Mayor of Waverly had concerns regarding the assessment to the municipalities for the numerous parcels within city limits. Holmes stated that when she first received the notice that the City of Waverly would be assessed for the entirety, I wondered why because it seems it would be much easier for us to have it on the tax system. However, I do understand now the concern of “double billing” parcels if a resident is all ready paying storm water fees. One issue though is approximately 55% of the assessment is for property owned by the bank and approximately another 30% is on undeveloped lots, so does the City assess those entities? Kale Van Bruggen, Rinke Noonan stated that the City Attorney would need to advice them regarding this issue. The City Attorney could make sure the Cities assessments are fair and help them decipher what to assess. The Auditor’s Office can supply you with a list of parcels for the assessments. Sawatzke mentioned that the County would not want to pass on the assessment if the City had to pay for the full amount and was not able to pass it on to the individual parcels. Holmes had concerns regarding the process of the County assessing the City and not the individual parcels. Van Bruggen stated that it is allowable by Minnesota Statute 103E.315 subdivision 2; which states the property within the jurisdiction of a municipality, whether owned by the municipality or by private parties, may be assessed as benefits and damages to the municipality. Holmes suggested that perhaps a footnote could be indicated on the Viewers’ Report, listing the individual parcels to be assessed, by the Cities. Van Bruggen stated that if the individual parcels were listed on the Viewers’ Report that would indicate that the County is going to access all those parcels. The Ditch Authority needs to accept the Viewers’ Report as is. Anything on the Viewers’ Report that would lead someone to conclude that the County will assess the parcels, is not recommended. It is not up to the Ditch Authority to decide what parcels are to be assessed by the City, this decision is to be made by the City.
Justin Kannas, Engineer for the City of Montrose, addressed the board. Kannas stated that the City of Montrose does have storm water fees, but the fees are for the pipes and maintenance of the system. Therefore, the City of Montrose is requesting that the County assess the individual parcels for the ditch assessment and not one assessment to the City of Montrose. Sawatzke mentioned that there should be no difference if the parcels are inside or outside of the city limits. It doesn’t change who should pay for the ditch assessment. It is my understanding, that you are stating Justin, that there are parcels who may benefit from the ditch system, but not from the storm water system and those who may benefit from the storm water system, but not the ditch system. So, how is that fair if they are not using both? Potter stated that at some point in time you have to get as fair as you can with the assessment. If you are looking for perfection you are not going to get there.
Hiivala then stated; Commissioners you have heard from the municipalities and I believe the issues for the continuation of the hearing have been addressed. I do want to acknowledge that the Auditor’s Office did receive a letter from Ellen and Graham Sones requesting that they be taken off the Viewers’ Report. Van Bruggen pointed out that the removal of Sones from the Viewers’ Report could not be addressed at today’s hearing. The board can direct counsel to address the letter from Sones.
Husom made a motion, to direct counsel to address the letter sent to the Auditor’s Office by Ellen and Graham Sones and prepare a response. The motion was second by Sawatzke. Motion carried 5-0.
Borrell stated that he was not sure that the board had resolved the issue of the City being assessed instead of the individual parcels. Sawatzke pointed out that as these developments occur and housing is built adjacent or around the ditch system, and relay on the ditch for drainage, the County cannot continually try to stay on top of assessing these individual parcels. Van Bruggen again stressed that it is not the Ditch Authorities responsibility to determine what the city wants to assess. If the assessments are charged to the City or to the individual parcels, is why the board asked the viewers to amend the report. Argument for this board, is whether or not the parcels benefiting from this ditch system are on the rolls.
Potter asked if there were anymore comments or questions from the public in regards to the changes to the Viewers’ Report.
As there was no further comments; Husom made a motion to close the public hearing. The motion was 2nd by Daleiden.
Husom made a motion to direct counsel to prepare a “Findings of Fact and Order” approving Redetermination of Benefits, pursuant to Minnesota Statue 103E.351. Sawatzke second the motion.
Sawatzke made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Husom 2nd the motion.
The meeting was adjourned at 11:30 AM.
(End of 1-27-15 Continuation of Public Hearing County Ditch 38 Minutes)
Hiivala requested the Board authorize acceptance of quotes from Fyle’s Excavating for demolition of structures on two tax forfeit properties: 7944 Ochoa Ave NE, Otsego; and 4606 112th St. NW, Silver Creek. Both were on the public sale list last fall. A condition of that sale was that the buyer would need to remove the structures on the property. There were no bidders for either property. The request is to seek authority to demolish the buildings and clean up properties in an attempt to make them more likely to sell. Quotes were solicited from several contractors. One quote for each property was received.
7944 Ochoa Avenue NE, Otsego:
Fyle’s Excavating & Honeywagon; $7,590.00; remove structure, deck, up to 5 appliances, abandonment of well & septic system per State code, garage door and contents, small shed, up to 20 tires, and misc. debris above ground near house and garage; 700.00 additional cost for garage removal; $595.00 additional cost for garage slab removal.
4606 112th St. NW, Silver Creek:
Fyle’s Excavating & Honeywagon; $17,495.00; house includes removing structure, foundation, up to 5 appliances, locating and abandonment of septic system and well, all materials to approved land fill; shed includes removal of overhead doors, contents of shed; grounds includes removal of debris within 100’ of house and shed, up to 30 tires, 5 appliances, 2 small sheds in rear of large one;
-1,150.00 Less $1,150 of quoted bid if asbestos check and removal is completed prior to demolition;
2,095.00 Additional cost for total shed removal;
1,275.00 Additional cost for concrete from shed removal;
Some small trees/bushes and tree limbs may need to be removed for access.
Husom made a motion to allow acceptance of the quotes from Fyle’s Excavating for demolition of the structures on the two tax forfeit properties. The motion was seconded by Daleiden with the caveat that the garage and concrete slab not be removed from the Otsego property. He thought the property may have more value with the garage. The Board discussed whether the site should be leveled prior to sale. Brian Asleson, Chief Deputy Attorney, did not think that would be required. The purchaser may intend to do something different with the property. Potter said the purchaser will be required to present a site plan to the City. The motion carried unanimously.
Hiivala requested the Board schedule a Tax Forfeit Committee to discuss Parcel #155-010-007090 in South Haven. The parcel went unsold at last fall’s public sale. A non-profit out-patient CD treatment facility has indicated interest in acquiring the building. The City has recently expressed interest in possibly acquiring the property to facilitate the transfer to the non-profit facility. Asleson said the property cannot be used in its present condition. The City can acquire it at less than market value. Discussion led to other tax forfeit properties that have been for sale for some time. Daleiden suggested the tax forfeited properties should be listed on the County website. Hiivala said the purpose of the Tax Forfeit Committee Meeting will be to revisit the properties and decide whether to offer them through private or public sale. Many of the properties have not been reviewed for years. They are working with municipalities on actions which could be taken to make the properties more marketable. Daleiden made a motion to set a Tax Forfeit Committee Meeting on 2-17-15 at 8:30 A.M. The meeting will be held in the Auditor/Treasurer’s Conference Room. The motion carried 5-0 on a second by Husom.
On a motion by Daleiden, second by Husom, all voted to approve the claims as listed in the abstract, subject to audit, for a total of $575,700.84 with 130 vendors and 239 transactions.
Capt. Pat O’Malley, Wright County Jail, requested approval of the Sentence To Service Program (STS) Contract with the MN Department of Corrections (DOC). The total cost of the current Contract with the DOC is $116,311.50 and ends 6-30-15. The total cost of the new Contract is $120,531.00 and will be for the period of 7-01-15 to 6-30-17. This represents a total increase of $4,219.50 over two years. O’Malley said there were 117 participants in STS during 2014 with almost 7,200 hours work ($7/hour). Over 75% of the work was performed in the County which is required per the Contract. Clean up of tax forfeit parcels are one example of work completed. Work is also completed for the DNR, who reimburses the DOC. Borrell made a motion to authorize signatures on the STS Contract. The motion was seconded by Daleiden and carried 5-0.
Launette Figliuzzi, Wright County Nuclear, requested approval of an Amendment to the 2014-2015 Radiological Emergency Preparedness Grant Agreement (A-REP-2014-WRIGHTCO-00038) from the MN Department of Public Safety, Homeland Security and Emergency Management Division. The original Grant Agreement was $282,000 and was accepted on 11-26-13. The Grant Agreement term is 7-01-13 through 6-30-15. The Homeland Security & Emergency Management Division issued an Amendment to the Grant Agreement in the amount of $56,000 for Radiological Emergency Preparedness (training, drills, exercises, equipment and supplies) in 2015 for enhancements to the Wright County Incident Command Post located at the Law Enforcement Center. Figliuzzi explained that the Amendment aids in preparing for a hostile-based action event. There is a drill in August by FEMA to test that phase. She stated this involves not only the County’s Emergency Management staff but the Incident Command Force at the Law Enforcement Center. Sgt. Annette Habisch provided an overview of improvements and enhancements at the Incident Command Force location. Other items discussed included the re-calibration of dosimeters and the Monticello Plant planning guide which outlines various services (distribution of KI (potassium iodide) for residents/businesses within a 10-mile radius of the Plant and evacuation assistance to citizens). Daleiden moved to approve the Amendment to the 2014-2015 Radiological Emergency Preparedness Grant Agreement (A-REP-2014-WRIGHTCO-00038) from the MN Department of Public Safety, Homeland Security and Emergency Management Division. The motion carried 5-0 on a second by Borrell.
Virgil Hawkins, Highway Engineer, requested approval of an annual resolution relating to spring load restrictions. Restrictions are typically done in mid-March, usually following MnDOT’s lead. They may be imposed as early as late February. Daleiden made a motion to adopt Resolution #15-06, seconded by Husom, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Hawkins requested approval of a Detour Agreement, Contract No. 1000017, for CSAH 12, for channelization and traffic control construction at TH 12 and TH 25 (east of Montrose). This Agreement provides payment by the State to Wright County for road life consumed on CSAH 12, which will be used as part of a temporary detour required for this Project at TH 12 and TH 25. The detour is expected to be in place from July, 2015 to October, 2015. Daleiden moved to adopt Resolution #15-07, seconded by Husom, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Hawkins requested the Board approve a Resolution of Final Acceptance for the CSAH 33 Overlay Project, Contract #1402, with Hardrives, Inc. of Rogers, Minnesota, and to authorize final payment of $10,000. The final value of the work certified is $2,112,634.59. On a motion by Daleiden, second by Borrell, roll call vote carried 5-0 to adopt Resolution #15-08.
Hawkins requested Board approval of a Resolution of Final Acceptance for the CSAH 37/19 Intersection Project, Contract #1406, with Hardrives, Inc., of Rogers Minnesota, and to authorize final payment of $6,531.01. Husom moved to adopt Resolution #15-09, seconded by Daleiden. Daleiden questioned warranty. Hawkins said warranty is typically one year on workmanship and materials. The motion to approve Resolution #15-09 carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
Hawkins presented for approval a Resolution of Final Acceptance for the CSAH 35 Bridge Project, Contract #1301, with Mathiowetz Construction Co. of Rogers, Minnesota and to authorize final payment of $6,474.24. Borrell moved to adopt Resolution #15-10, seconded by Daleiden, carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
A Committee Of The Whole Meeting was held on 2-03-15. At today’s County Board Meeting, Husom moved to approve the Minutes. The motion was seconded by Daleiden and carried 5-0. The Minutes of the Committee Of The Whole Meeting follow:
The purpose of the meeting was to review the COOP Plan and Response Team Procedures. Materials distributed included COOP Response Team – Procedures for Communication in Emergency Events, and COOP Response Team Incident Checklists – Response and Recovery.
Austin-Roehler, 2014 COOP Chair, informed the County Board that over the past year COOP has been active reviewing and updating the COOP Plan relative to the Response Team’s role. In November, while reviewing the Decision Tree discussion lead to additional changes. It is the intent that the full COOP Plan will come before the County Board for final approval.
Austin-Roehler stated that in 2014 COOP held two tabletop exercises. As a result of the exercises COOP heard from department heads that communication was important. She further informed the County Board that changes in membership to the COOP Response Team led to further reviews of procedures.
The COOP Response Team Incident Checklists are to assist in guiding what needs to be addressed, looked at, and considered during an event. These forms will become Appendix C of the COOP Plan, and will be available on the Intranet. Other updates to the COOP Plan are to ensure that the plan is current.
Daleiden questioned “Contact Building Key Holder” in the Decision Tree. Austin Roehler responded that it is the intent that the key holder will be contacted through dispatch, and would determine the extent of the emergency and would then follow up with additional contacts as (if) needed. It was further noted that COOP is about planning for big events, but the smaller type events are most likely to only involve a few people.
Borrell questioned if schematics of the buildings are available to the Sheriff. Kelly informed the Board that there are maps of the facilities and would verify that they have those.
Dahl stated that as to building security matters they have updated and tested panic buttons. There have been upgrades to cameras at the HSC and are currently working on their speaker system.
To confirm it was stated that the intent of COOP is more about the operational functions on how the County continues to do business when an event occurs.
Austin –Roehler turned to Dahl, who will chair the COOP committee in 2015. Dahl stated that the goals for 2015 would include planning for a loss of a facility, and identifying what the technology needs will be for each department in this scenario. He anticipates a couple of tabletop events, which would include a catastrophic event and a smaller incident. In addition, the Committee would like to review alternative facilities, in order to determine possible locations to relocate operations to if a building is no longer a viable.
Austin-Roehler informed the Board that Nelson had created a survey that is being sent to the departments asking them to identify what software is needed, who the users are, and what systems need to be supported. The Committee will be trying to meet with all departments one on one in 2015.
Nelson stated that currently it is more about identifying critical records and data, but further planning is needed and that is the intent of the survey. IT would like to identify what systems are a priority for departments so that IT can plan for this in the event of an incident.
The Committee discussed if the internet is down, how departments would have access to the COOP Plan. Departments will be encouraged to have hard copies on hand. Nelson stated that perhaps a CD with the full plan, and a paper format with the highlights. Dahl suggested distributing full copies once the Board approves the plan. It was suggested that the plan be stored in a secure off site location in case of an event.
The revised COOP Plan will be on a County Board agenda within a few weeks for consideration of approval.
The Committee of the Whole meeting ended at 11:35 am.
(End of 2-03-15 Committee Of The Whole Minutes)
Laid over from the last Meeting, the Region 7W Transportation Policy Board appointment was discussed. Potter said he attended the Mayor’s Association in December and mentioned the opening. There was not much response at that time so he proceeded to seek a candidate to fill the position. After discussion by the County Board last week and subsequent follow up, the County has learned there are others that are interested in the position. As indicated in an email received from Dale Graunke, Mayor of Delano, the process followed in the past was for the Mayor’s Association to vote on and recommend who they wish to represent the cities on the Region 7W Transportation Policy Board. Potter suggested the same process be followed for this vacancy. It will cause the appointee to miss the February Policy Board Meeting. Daleiden moved to lay over this item and to refer the vacancy on the Region 7W Transportation Policy Board to the Mayor’s Association for a recommendation.
Sawatzke asked that Graunke be sent an email indicating the Board misunderstood the process and that he was correct in the information he presented to the County. The motion was seconded by Sawatzke and carried 5-0.
Lee Kelly, County Coordinator, requested the Board schedule an Owners Committee Of The Whole Meeting regarding financing and bond issuance for the Public Works Building. The timetable is several months to complete this process with the intent of starting construction in July, 2015. He said it is important to meet with bond counsel and for the Board to articulate their desires. Daleiden questioned whether this will be put out for bids. Kelly said that will be a topic of discussion at the Meeting. The plan is to invite Bruce Kimmel from Ehlers to the Meeting. Potter understands Hiivala has informed Kimmel that this process will be open for others to bid on bond counsel services. Bidding for the actual Public Works Project bond will follow. Potter asked whether the Board wants to discuss bonding in reference to the Public Works Facility only or explore the opportunity to refund the current bonds to realize a savings. Sawatzke said the County needs to be aware of associated prepayment penalties for bonds that are not at the point of being callable. Potter said Kimmel indicated there may be an opportunity now. Daleiden moved to schedule an Owners Committee Of The Whole Meeting for 2-24-15 at 11:00 A.M. The motion was seconded by Husom and carried 5-0.
Kelly requested the Board schedule a Building Committee Meeting on 2-18-15 to discuss the Sheriff’s Impound Lot. Having this discussed on that date will provide staff an opportunity to attend city and township meetings seeking approval for the Lot. Daleiden moved to schedule a Building Committee Meeting on 2-18-15 at 9:00 A.M., seconded by Husom, carried 5-0. Borrell or Sawatzke will sub for Daleiden at the Meeting.
Daleiden attended a SWCD Planning Meeting last week relating to the Riparian Buffer Compliance Grant through BWSR (Board of Water & Soil Resources). Minnesota counties and municipalities are responsible for administering the Minnesota Shoreland Rules, Chapter 6120, which requires a 50-foot buffer along all rivers, streams, and lakes in agricultural areas that do not have an approved conservation plan in place. The Grant funding would provide an opportunity to conduct an inventory of riparian areas to determine compliance. The Grant application period is from 2-02-15 through 4-03-15. Available funding is capped at $1,000,000 and requires a 25% non-State match. Funding is available on a first come, first served basis until funds are depleted. The grant term is through 12-31-18. After discussion, Daleiden moved to have Planning & Zoning and the SWCD confer and decide who is best suited to deal with this Grant opportunity. The motion was seconded by Sawatzke and carried 5-0. Sawatzke said the County is definitely interested in this Grant.
Advisory Committee/Advisory Board Updates:
1. SWCD Meeting. Borrell attended a meeting on 2-09-15. Natural Resources Conservation District (NRCD) staff attended as well. There are various programs available for farmers that may provide a subsidy. He encouraged people to contact Julie at the NRCS (Natural Resource Conservation Service) for more information.
Bills Approved
A M Leonard Inc $283.95
AGC Networks Inc 7,945.00
All State Communications Inc 3,371.00
American Databank LLC 120.60
Anoka County Sheriff 51,842.62
Aramark Services Inc 294.00
Asleson/Brian J 126.45
Benson/Sharon 100.00
Bestfriends Veterinary Clinic 400.00
Big Shot Archery LLC 975.00
Bluetarp Financial Inc 1,253.17
Buffalo Hospital 292.92
Buffalo/City of 65,526.06
Burdas Towing 203.00
Center Point Energy 14,374.55
Centra Sota Coop - Buffalo 15,930.36
CenturyLink 244.91
Chamberlain Oil Co 1,962.34
Clearwater/City of 1,340.80
Climate Air 13,454.00
Cokato Township 327.80
Cokato/City of 993.20
Compass Minerals America 39,252.80
Cornerstone Automotive 135.60
Cornerstone Chevrolet 1,316.82
Cottens Inc 2,783.66
Crow Wing Sheriffs Mtd. Patrol 1,339.00
CST Distribution LLC 2,015.37
Design Elect. Inc-Cold Spring 679.76
ECM Publishers Inc 110.76
Edens Group 650.00
Elk River Municipal Utilities 134.45
Emergency Automotive Tech 510.57
Engel/Dale L 225.00
Envirotech Services Inc 10,548.95
Forestry Suppliers Inc 110.99
Grainger 242.86
Green Interiors 450.00
Gustafson Trailers 3,078.75
H M Cragg Co 1,944.00
Hagen, Christensen, McIlwa 57,949.02
Hardrives Inc 16,531.01
Helena Chemical Company 16,962.64
Hillyard Inc - Minneapolis 2,669.69
Holiday 12,666.29
Integrated Fire & Security 1,166.80
JLR Garage Door Service 1,848.98
Joint Powers Board 156.49
Kris Engineering Inc 29,200.50
Latest Products Corporation 224.74
Loberg Electric 4,155.63
M & M Express Sales 298.42
M-R Sign Company Inc 411.33
MACPZA 225.00
Maple Lake Lumber Company 121.26
Mathiowetz Construction 6,474.24
McKesson Medical-Surgical 1,306.34
Menards - Buffalo 1,444.84
Mend Correctional Care LLC 21,829.33
Midwest Machinery Co 3,081.60
MN Department of Agriculture 165.00
MN Dept. of Labor & Industry 347.10
MN Monitoring Inc 12,799.00
MN Sheriffs Association 1,395.00
Montrose/City of 1,214.20
Morries Parts & Service Group 359.80
MSC Industrial Supply Co 134.20
Northern Safety Technology 542.57
Office of MN IT Services 793.62
Ramacciotti/Frank 200.00
Ratwik, Roszak,& Maloney 3,814.70
Richards/Thomas W 200.00
Running’s Supply Inc 101.81
Russell Security Resource Inc 739.00
Setter/Randi 100.00
SHI International Corp 11,148.00
Sprint 2,962.34
Suburban Emergency Assoc. 280.85
Total Printing 283.00
Towmaster 817.31
Viking Industrial Center 169.59
W D Larson Companies LTD 1,120.39
Waste Management of WI-MN 1,891.14
Waste Management-TC West 466.42
Waverly/City of 445.60
Woodford/Michael 169.50
Wright County Highway Dept 99,889.79
Wright County Journal Press 584.37
Wright Hennepin Coop Elec 222.95
Ziegler Cat 5,538.68
22 Payments Less Than $100 1,189.69
The meeting adjourned at 10:13 A.M
Published in the Herald Journal March 2, 2015.