Wright County Board Minutes

WRIGHT COUNTY BOARD MINUTES
SEPTEMBER 27, 2016
The Wright County Board met in regular session at 9:00 A.M. with Sawatzke, Borrell, Daleiden, Husom, and Potter present.
MINUTES
Potter moved to approve the 9-20-16 County Board Minutes, seconded by Husom. The motion carried 5-0.
AGENDA
Petitions were accepted to the Agenda as follows: Auditor/Treasurer Item #2, “Approve Abstract Of Fleet Card Transactions” (Hiivala); Item For Consid. D, “Discussion RE: 9-28-16 Committee Agenda” (Sawatzke). Potter moved to approve the Agenda as amended, seconded by Husom. The motion carried 5-0.
CONSENT AGENDA
Potter moved to approve the Consent Agenda, seconded by Daleiden, and the motion carried 5-0.
A. AUDITOR/TREASURER
1. Approve Claims As Listed In The Abstract, Subject To Audit, For A Total Of $348,410.35 With 194 Vendors And 349 Transactions
TIMED ITEMS
CAPT. TODD HOFFMAN, SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Adopt Resolution Approving The 2017 TZD Grant Authorizing The Sheriff’s Office To Administer The Grant
On a motion by Husom, second by Daleiden, roll call vote carried 5-0 to adopt Resolution #16-54 approving the 2017 TZD Grant authorizing the Sheriff’s Office to administer the Grant. Capt. Grant funding is used for DWI enforcement campaigns and other initiatives such as speed, distracted driving, and seat belt usage. The motion carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
4-H COORDINATORS KELLY STREI AND BRITTANY EICH & 4-H’ER MATTHEW NEUMANN
Adopt Resolution Declaring October 2-8, 2016 As National 4-H Week In Wright County Presentation Of 4-H Related Work
Neumann provided information on Wright County 4-H Clubs and the initiative to recruit new members during National 4-H week in Wright County. Borrell moved to adopt Resolution #16-55 declaring October 2-8, 2016 as National 4-H Week in Wright County. The motion was seconded by Potter and carried 5-0 on a roll call vote.
BOB HIIVALA, AUDITOR/TREASURER
Approve 5 Year SAS Agreement With OpenGov With The Option To Decline Renewal For Years 4 And 5 Hiivala stated the OpenGov Agreement was brought to committee. The option for an opt-out for Years 4 and 5 was negotiated, if done 90 days prior to the end of Year 3. He requested approval of a 5-Year SAS Agreement committing to 3 years with auto renewal of Years 4 and 5. Funding for this time period will be from Web Development funds.
Daleiden said departments have expressed their desire to utilize OpenGov. Pricing through OpenGov’s contract with the GSA will change next week. The County will save $20,000 by approving the Agreement today versus next week. Sawatzke asked how this compares to the offer of two weeks ago. Hiivala thought it was the same with the exception of the two year opt-out option for Years 4 and 5.
Daleiden moved to approve the OpenGov Agreement for Years 1, 2, and 3 with Years 4 and 5 as an option. The motion includes sending the Agreement to the Technology Committee 6 months prior to the 90-day opt-out period in Year 3. The motion was seconded by Borrell. The motion and second were amended to include authorizing Hiivala to sign the Agreement on behalf of Wright County. Borrell asked whether this information through OpenGov will be available to the public. Hiivala envisioned that will take about 6 months. The motion carried 5-0.
Approve Abstract Of Fleet Card Transactions
On a motion by Potter, second by Daleiden, all voted to approve the abstract of Fleet Card Transactions in the amount of $5,180.29.
ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION
9-20-16 COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MINUTES
At today’s County Board Meeting, Potter moved to approve the Minutes, seconded by Daleiden, and carried 5-0.
The COTW Minutes follow:
I. Union Presentations of Contract Negotiations Proposals
IUOE 49 was represented by Putnam, Klein, and Ron Boesel, Area Business Representative. Boesel presented the union’s proposal for the upcoming negotiations The Wright County Deputies Association (WCDA) was represented by Boverhuis, K. Kramer and Robert Fowler, Legal Counsel for WCDA. Members of the WCDA were in attendance. Boverhuis presented the union’s proposal for the upcoming negotiations.
AFSCME Council 65 was represented by Rick Nelson, Staff Representative, and Thomton. A large contingent of Heath and Human Services employees were in attendance. Nelson presented the union’s proposal for the upcoming negotiations.
Recommendation: Information Only
(End of 9-20-16 COTW Minutes)
SCHEDULE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE RE: COMPOST FACILITY
Lee Kelly, County Coordinator, requested a Committee Of The Whole (COTW) Meeting be scheduled to obtain Board direction on various items related to storm damage that occurred at the Compost Facility. Inspections have occurred, a proposal has been received to reconstruct, and MCIT has provided an opinion. Daleiden moved to schedule a COTW on 10-04-16 at 1:00 P.M., seconded by Husom, and carried 5-0. The COTW Meeting will be held in the Commissioners Conference Room.
AUTHORIZE ATTENDANCE, MAKE IT MSP TALENT SUMMIT, 10-10-16 @ 2:00 P.M., MINNEAPOLIS
Borrell moved to authorize attendance, seconded by Daleiden. The motion carried 5-0.
DISCUSSION RE: 9-28-16 COMMITTEE AGENDA
Sawatzke requested the Personnel Committee Meeting scheduled for 9-28-16 at 8:30 AM be changed to 9-28-16 at 9:00 AM because of an Xcel Energy meeting he would like to attend. It was the consensus that the meeting time will be changed and posted and impacted parties will be notified of the change.
ADVISORY COMMITTEE / ADVISORY BOARD UPDATES
1. 7W Transportation. Potter attended a meeting in St. Cloud on 9-23-16. Transportation alternative offerings are available, and information was sent to City Administrators by the Highway Engineer. Solicitations for projects will be accepted until the end of October. The group is also looking at Fast Track and Fast Lane Federal Programs and how those will affect future funding. Daleiden referenced a study to review the impacts a mall of entertainment would have on CR 19 by the Albertville Outlet Mall. Potter stated CR 38 and CR 19 were already included in a MnDOT study. When the mall project was announced, the study was revamped. He expects information to be available in February.
2. Central MN Mental Health Center. Husom attended a meeting on 9-26-16. Things are moving forward in a positive way as they continue to review programs.
3. Mayors Association. Husom and Potter attended a meeting in Hanover on 9-21-16. Two additional cities have joined WCAT.
4. GRRL. Potter attended the GRRL Board meeting last week. Sartell was approved for book lockers which will be placed in their community center. A grant will be used from anonymous donor. It is felt the community center is in too close of proximity to the St. Cloud Library to open another branch in Sartell. Potter said the book lockers may be a good alternative for communities that do not want to build a library.
Bills Approved
Abbott Northwestern Hospital $237.29
AGC Networks Inc 54,146.90
Allina Hospitals & Clinics 150.00
American Databank LLC 337.20
Anoka County Fiscal Services 13,264.00
Aramark Services Inc 16,902.32
BMC Software Inc 4,042.83
Brandel Electric LLC 147.14
Braun Intertec Corporation 6,654.75
Buffalo Hospital 622.91
Buffalo/City of 182.70
Burdas Towing 365.00
Busch/Ryan 348.50
CDW Government Inc 3,497.06
Center Point Energy 3,061.51
Centra Sota Coop - Buffalo 16,419.47
Central McGowan Inc 413.15
CenturyLink 4,131.44
CenturyLink 1,381.84
CenturyLink (Hwy use) 207.85
Commissioner of Transportation 250.00
Corner Home Medical 299.95
CST Distribution LLC 1,977.57
Daleiden/Mark 126.00
Elite Lift Truck Inc 330.72
Federle/Sarah 200.00
Ford of Hibbing 47,546.00
Gabriel/Cathleen 200.00
Glunz Construction Septic Service 130.00
Granite Electronics 255.95
Green View Inc 6,700.00
H&R Const Co 4,625.00
HCMC 115.00
Helgeson/Nate 125.00
Hillyard Inc - Minneapolis 1,363.48
Hotsyminnesota.com 393.50
Impact Proven Solutions 18,354.00
Keeprs Inc 221.96
Kustom Signals Inc 381.00
Laplant Demo Inc 332.50
Link Interpret 367.52
Lous Gloves Inc 2,511.00
M-R Sign Company Inc 166.95
Madden Galanter Hansen LLP 3,663.64
Marco 2,022.30
McKay/Anne 666.30
Menards - Buffalo 119.66
Miller/Blake 4,100.00
Minnesota Monitoring Inc 10,148.75
MN Assn of Co. Feedlot Officers 175.00
MN Corrections Association 550.00
MN Counties Ins Trust 126.00
MN County Attorneys Association 122.00
MN Highway Safety and Research 578.00
Monticello Auto Body Inc 150.00
Moore & Moore Advantage 693.00
Morries Parts & Service Group 1,875.93
Munson/Margaret 216.50
Neil Nelson & Associates 1,500.00
Nelson Upper Midwest 5,552.15
North Star Awards & Trophies 208.94
North Suburban Towing Inc 260.00
Office Depot 2,956.57
Omann Brothers Inc 575.36
Pakor Inc 293.07
Peterson’s Towing & Recovery 157.00
RCM Specialties Inc 2,376.40
Redneck Inc 296.96
Royal Tire Inc 1,210.91
Ryan Automotive 1,011.78
Select Account 1,641.60
Specialty Turf & Ag 383.24
Stericycle Inc 334.08
Sunrise Equipment Inc 732.03
Taser International 296.06
Thrifty White Pharmacy 3,361.26
Total Printing 185.00
Tri-co Tree Movers 2,485.00
Vanderlinden/Michael 550.00
Victor Township 22,896.95
Victory Corps 427.24
Voss Lighting 164.80
Washington County 120.00
Waste Management of WI-MN 894.78
Wells Concrete 358.56
Woodland Township 20,296.24
Wright County Highway Dept 32,424.05
Wright Hennepin Coop Elec Assn 2,474.64
Wright Hennepin Electric 1,145.41
Xcel Energy 874.60
26 Payments less than $100 1,271.63
Final Total $348,410.35
The meeting adjourned at 9:43 a.m.
Published in the Herald Journal Oct. 17, 2016.